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Blue-books, printing and distribution of, 1595, 2310 Boivin, Mr. Geo. H. (Shefford) Granby mail service, 905 L6vis dry dock, 767 Patent shovel shield, 437, 1235 Shefford mail service, 1287 Bonaventure Mail service, 769, 994, 2297 Purchase of war supplies in, 994 Boots, army, purchase of. See War Supplies Borden, Rt. Hon. Sir Robert (Prime Minister) Address in reply to Governor General's Speech Services of the Governor General, 20 Loyalty of Canadians of foreign origin, 20 Decease of members, 21 Army boot contracts, 21 Causes of the war, 22 Canadian contingent, 24 Aeroplanes, reported appearance of, 145 Aviation schools, 1989 British Columbia better terms commission, 2316 British North America Act, proposed amendment of. See Parliamentary representation. Budget, 1058 Proposed war taxation, 1058 Conference with Opposition, 1058 Tariff proposals, 1060 British preference, 1061 Length of debate, 1064 Canadian High Commissionership, 2318 Canadian Manufacturers' Association, correspondence of, 2189, 2461 Canadian Pacific railway ocean services 749 Canadian patriotic fund, 395 Canadian representative at Washington, 2315 Capital punishment, 140 Conservation Commission, 2324 Controverted elections, 1995, 2007, 2014, 2020 Copyright, 203 Divorce bills, 1988, 2187 Dominion elections, 2143 Dominion notes, issue of, 1537 Expropriation of lands for military pur, poses, 1549 External Affairs, department of, 2318 Farquhar, Colonel, death in action of, 1283 Food exports, government control of, 551 Fort Erie shooting case, 333 iii Borden, Rt. Hon. Sir Robert (Prime Minister) -Con. Franco-Canadian steamship service, 718 Government buildings rented-alleged misconduct of officials, 2050 House of Commons Bowles, Mr. W. C., resignation of, 1526 Business of the House, 206, 1187 Committees, select standing, 74 Deputy Speaker and Chairman of Committees, election of, 41 Representation in. See Parliamentary Correction of clerical errors in Act (1914), 1557, 1994 Intercolonial railway branch lines, 1543 Lake of the Woods Technical Board, 1394 Liquor manufacture, suggested suspension of, 2327 Medical Council of Canada, 1251, 2316 Ministerial changes, 207 Monuments, erection of, 1251, 1252 Mounted Police, Royal Northwest, 1249 2322, 2326 National Transcontinental railway, operation of, 2125, 2135 Newspaper attacks, 2190 Nickel, export of, 3 . Nova Scotia Military forces, 561, 612, 687, 720, 905, 1432, 1441, 1500 Postal services, 904 Parliament, members of, and government contracts, 2143-2146 Parliamentary representation-proposed amendment of British North America . Act, 1460, 2327, 2340, 2342. See Prince Edward Island Prince Edward Island, parliamentary representation of, 327, 1460. See Parliamentary representation Public Accounts Committee. See War supplies Railway capitalization, 290 Reindeer, experiments with, 2315 Robertson, Lt.-Col. Struan. See Nova Scotia military forces Senate. See Parliamentary representation Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 679 Soldiers Comforts for, 293 Payment of, 2320 Votes for, 337, 2200, 2213, 2259, 2469, 2477, 2537 Submarines, purchase of, 105, 946, 955 Taxation-liquor duties, 1154 Unemployment, 2320 Valcartier land claims, 1549 Volume i: 1-944 Ai Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628



Borden, Rt. Hon. Sir Robert (Prime Minister) -Con. 'War Appropriations, 93, 1397 'Canadian expeditionary forces-statement of mobilization and organization, 12364 Canadian troops in France, 204, 909 Engineering corps, 1625 Expenditures, statement of, 1397 Fair wages in war contracts, 38 Nova Scotia military forces. See that title Pensions, 1188, 1394, 1450 Supplies, purchase of Ammunition, 93, 1455 Binoculars, 2605 Boots, 21, 144, 204, 2450 British Government, for, 38, 2461, 2614 Carleton Drug Company, 2605, 2614 Committee of Council, 1246 Generally, 93, 945, 2461, 2538, 2602, 2610, 2614, 2617 Horses, 2098-2102, 2606, 2613 Shells, 38, 2614 Western farmers, relief for, 1330 Boulay, Mr. H. (Rimouski) Agriculture in Quebec, 2076 Anticosti lightship, 309 Budget, 984 French Canadians in Government service, 985 Judges' pensions, 987 Aid to agriculture, 988 Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, payments to, 1864 French language in Department of Agriculture, 2077 Immigration inspectors and the French language, 233 Intercolonial railway Bridges, 897 Cement posts, 309 Dining car employees, 1485 Passenger service, 1485 Madawaska postal service, 1388 Marine service in Rimouski, 1256, 2304 Matapedia road, 2178 Ore refined in United States, 309 Voters' lists, errors in, 2309 War supplies-horses, 898, 1455 Bounties on lead and petroleum, 1936 Bourassa, Mr. J. Boutin (Levis) Dismissals, 1652 Intercolonial railway Chaudiere employees, 1785 Lfvis station, 831 Bourassa, Mr. J. Boutin (LOvis)-Con. Lauzon dry dock, 1647 LSvis quarantine station, 241, 1290 National Transcontinental railway-Quebec terminals, 518 St. Romuald post office, 518 Telephone disinfectants, 2531 War supplies-horses, 830 Bowman, Mr. James (East Huron) Budget, 930 Rival fiscal policies, 930 Development under protection, 932 Aid to agriculture, 934 Boyer, Mr. Gustave (Vaudreuil) Levis shell factory, 519 Maple sugar industry, 513, 1794 Rigaud Armoury, 631, 993 Dredging, 390 Wharf, 1786 Scales in cheese and butter factories, inspection of, 513 St. Zotique wharf, 390 War supplies Horses, 388 Saddles, 521 Bradbury, Mr. George H. (Selkirk) Budget, 715, 772 Pre-election promises, 716, 776 Expenditures on public works, 717, 772 British preference and the tariff, 781, 782 Cement merger, 784 Hudson Bay railway, 786 Seed grain distribution, 789 Experimental farms, 2066 Pollution of navigable waters, 3, 118 St. Peter's Indian reserve, 1321, 1882 Bristol, Mr. Edmund (Toronto Centre) Inland navigation freight rates, regulation of, 254 British Columbia Better Terms Commission, 2316 Labour troubles, 497 Militiamen on active service, 151 Steamship services, 1300 British North America Act, proposed amendment of, 1459, 2327 Brooks-MacNally mail service, 994 Brouillard, Mr. Ovide (Drummond aftd Arthabaska) Gilbert, R., employment of, 1787 Stanfold model farm, 1993 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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Buchanan, Mr. William A. (Medicine Hat) Alberta Coal industry, 492 Oil leases, 48 Relief distribution, 242, 2188 Bank loans for seed grain, 1244 Blood Indian reserve, 763, 1323 Brooks-MacNally mail service, 994 Coal imports, 521 Coutts quarantine area, 150 Experimental farms, 2066 Food exports, government control of, 540 Lethbridge Customs staff, 521 Field battery, 1646 Immigration inspector, 150, 1567 Postmastership, 143, 769, 1364, 1367 Wool storage, 828 Medicine Hat Homestead inspection, 2123 Postmasters, 764 Rural mail service, 768 Mounted Police, Northwest, 1284 Oil and gas leases, 241 Railway charters, extension of, 724, 758 War supplies-horses, 631, 1146 Western farmers, relief for, 58, 947, 1244, 1340. See Bank loans Wrentham post office, 142 Budget debate, 80, 352, 404, 442, 562, 613, 689, 709, 772, 833; amendment (Sir Wilfrid Laurier), 841, 905, 955, 999, 1058; div., 1141. See Taxation Bureau, Mr. Jacques (Three Rivers and St. Maurice) Cap de la Madelaine wharf, 2120 Inland Revenue, Deputy Minister of, pamphlet of, 1724 Maple syrup, adulteration of, 1792, 1800 St. Maurice river slides and booms, timber for, 2184 Soldiers, votes for, 2288, 2491 Taxation postage stamps and war stamps, 2539 Three Rivers Dredging, 2175 Harbour works, 2155 Public building, 1786 Burnham, Mr. John H. (Peterborough West) Budget, 404 Unemployment, 405 British preference, 408 Eastern peril, 409 German menace, 411 Free trade, 413 Made-in-Canada movement, 414 Burnham, Mr. John H. (Peterborough West) -Con. Budget-Con. Balance of trade, 415 Ethics and industry, 416 Civil service, old men in, 1871 Controverted elections, 2011 Dominion elections-hours of polling, 1907 Grain shortage, compensation for, 1956 Immigration.and old age pensions, 1573 Mail carriers, remuneration of, 1374 Naval service, I960 Peterborough government employees, 128S Burrell, Hon. Martin (Minister of Agriculture) Agricultural Instruction Act, administration of, 2107 Agriculture, Department of Estimates, 2055 Bulletins, 2083, 2092 Cold storage, 2084 Dairying industry, 2081, 2103 Exhibitions, 2085, 2109 Experimental farms, 2056, 2058, 2072. Foot and mouth disease, 2088 Horse breeding, 2104 . Live stock industry, 2092 Meat, inspection of, 2091 Potato scab, 2078 Public health, 2108 Parliamentary representation, 1994 Seeds, improvement of, 2106 Cadwell Sand and Gravel Company, 1166; Calgary civil servants, 1184 Calmer-Telfordville mail service, 11S7 Canada Grain Act Amendment Bill, lr., 1644. 2r., 2030. Com., 2030. 3r., 2191. Sen. amdt., 2532 Canada Temperance Act, referenda under, 1590 Canada Year Book, 1938 Canadian expeditionary forces. See War Canadian Manufacturers' Association and war supplies, 1667, 2189, 2461 Canadian Northern Railway Company, payments to, 150 Canadian Pacific railway Capitalization, control of, 286, 726 Ocean services, 749 Canadian patriotic fund, 143, 1446, 1864 Canadian Patriotic Fund Act Amendment Bill, lr., 204. 2r., 393. Com., 393. 3r„ 404 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628



Canadian Peace Centenary Association, 2315 Canadian Peat Society, 1865 Canadian representative at Washington, Canadian War Contingent Association, 2122 Canadian Wheatlands Company, 2188 Canadians in California, status of, 1189 Canals, 491, 632, 832, 1710, 1712 For individual canals, See their titles Canning public building-, 1979 Canso Fish reduction works, 633, 767 Military guard, 1556 Cape Breton, customs service in, 222 225 227 1650 Capital punishment, abolition of, 42, 127, 264 1228, 1761 Cardigan-Annandale mail service, 1648 Cardin, Mr. P. J. A. (Richelieu) Richelieu postal service, 1287 ' Cardin, D., employment of, 1993 Cardinal canal, 832 Carey, J. M., employment of, 993 Cariboo island breakwater, 308 Carleton retaining wall, 390 Carrick, Mr. J. J., M.P., service of, 561 Carroll, Mr. W. F. (Cape Breton South) Aliens, registration of, 1147, 1733. Bank loans for seed grain, 1352, 1358 Benjamin, H., employment of, 241 Budget, 989, 1012 Party truce, 1013 Naval question, 1014 Free trade, 1015 Proposed new taxes, 1016 Manufacturers and prices, 1018 Labour and the tariff, 1021 Liberals and the war, 1021 Aid to Belgium, 1022 Canadian Pacific railway ocean service, 743 Canadian patriotic fund, 393 Cape Breton customs service, 222, 225, 227 Explosives in mines, 1601 Food exports, government control of, 550 Foster, W. G„ employment of, 898 Inland navigation rates, 255, 1687 Intercolonial railway-service of Mr. Gute-lius, 1483 Iron and coal imports, 244 Carroll, Mr. W. F. (Cape Breton South)-Com. Kelly, Edgar, employment of, 241 Livingstone, C. P., appointment of, 150 Miller, J., patent of, 1990 Mines Department, 1600 National employment bureau, 484-490 New Waterford Postal service, 1360 Recruiting, 392 Customs service, 227 _ Nova Scotia Fire insurance rates in, 1284, 1399 Postal service, 903 Patent medicines, alcohol in, 1717 Railway charters, extension of, 722 Smuggling, alleged, in Cape Breton, 222 Sydney pilotage commissioners, 1265 Sydney-New Waterford mail service, 1361 Sydney-St. Peter's railway, 608 Valcartier camp stores, 308 Vancouver Terminal Company, 1262 Voters' lists, preparation of, 1594 War supplies-horses, 607 Carslake Hotel purchase. See Montreal Carvell, Mr. Frank B. (Carleton, N.B.) Budget, 1066 The party truce, 1066 Revenue and expenditure, 1068 Taxation proposals, 1071 British preference, 1079 Canadian Northern Railway Company, 760 Civil Service appointments, 1144, 1285 Controverted elections, 1924, 2151 Dominion elections Hours of polling, 1906 Voters' lists, 1897 Fraudulent titles to real estate, 1221 French, Field Marshal Sir John, 1444 Horse exports, 1234 Intercolonial railway Fredericton land purchase, 168, 1475 Freight rates and trains, 156, 167 St. John and Quebec railway agreement 1473 Militia-engineer services and works, 1513 Pollution of navigable waters, 124 Potato embargo, 719 St. John Valley railway, 46, 173, 1473 Soldiers Pay of, 2320 Votes for, 2352 Southampton railway investigation, 142 Taxation Agricultural implements, 1174 Customs valuation, 1154 Fertilizers, 1076, 1166 Tobique Indian reserve, 187, 193 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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Carvell, Mr. Frank B. (Carleton, N.B.) Con. Valley railway. 142 War supplies Hay, 140, 241 Imported munitions, duty on, 1506 Motor truck tires, 1290 Casgrain, Hon. T. Chase (Postmaster General) Aberdeen Association and the franking privilege, 1370 Montreal postal service, 1378, 2296 Parliament, members of, and government contracts, 2145 Pollution of navigable waters, 125 Post office Contingencies, 1360 Department staff and salaries, 1359, 2295 Dismissals, 1367 Estimates, 1359-1394, 2295-2298 Letters for soldiers, 1419, 1422 Mail bag locks, 47, 1393 Mail carriers, payment of, 2297 Outside service, 1360, 1371 Parcel post, 1371-1375, 1384 Rural mail service, 1379 Stamps, sale and use of, 1391, 1393, 1422, 2297, 2624 Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 661 Cattle. See Agriculture Censorship, 1264, 1448, 1496, 1506, 1618 Charbonneau, R., employment of, 610 Chesley public building, 1646 Chisholm, Mr. Alexander W. (Inverness) Campbell, Daniel, weights and measures official, 511 Cheticamp Live-saving station, 1633, 1636 Marine medical service, 1269 Intercolonial railway branch lines, 1482, 1702 Inverness harbour improvements, 2052 McLeod, Mr., dismissal of, 1606 Navigable waters, removal of obstructions in, 347 Steam trawling, 246, 2306 Chisholm, Mr. William (Antigonish) Antigonish-Sherbrooke mail service, 46 Eastern Extension railway land damages, 1469 Fenian raid bounty, 1546 Immigration to Nova Scotia, 1558 Intercolonial railway Abutment contracts, 895, 1286 Branch lines, eastern Nova Scotia, 1478, 1482 Chisholm, Mr. William (Antigonish)-Con. Intercolonial railway-Con. Bridges, watchmen on, 763 Coal contracts, 769 . Nova Scotia Indians, 1308, 1310, 1312 Inland revenue officials, 507 Postal service, 1380 Oil for fuel, imports of, 143 Taxation-postal rates and stamp taxes, 1413 War supplies-clinic thermometers, 307, 521 Civil Service Appointments, 213, 218, 1144, 1285, 1591 Commission, 992, 1612 Dismissals, 213, 218 Militia service, civil servants in, 312, 522 Reform, 895, 1189 Speech of Mr. Adam Shortt, 213, 232, 471, 634 Clark, Mr. Hugh (North Bruce) Agricultural reports, 2083 Prison reform, 1766 Soldiers, votes for, 2282, 2351 Clark, Mr. Michael (Red Deer) Address in reply to Governor Generals Speech, 27 Made-in-Canada campaign, 28 Canada's paramount duty, 30 Spending of monevs. 31 Party literature, 31 Election talk, 32 Claims of the Empire, 32 Budget, 863 Submarines in naval warfare, 864 Financial comparisons, 867 Home markets and the National Policy, Borrowings or economy, 870 War and taxation, 872 Income tax, 872 _ British preference and made-m-Canada campaign, 873, 876 Effect of the new tariff, 875 Canadian patriotic fund, 404 Dismissals, 1366 Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 640 Soldiers, votes for, 2201, 2217, 2468 Taxation Income, 1197 Postage stamps and war stamps, 1415 See Budget Western farmers, relief for, 67 Wetaskawin settlers, grievances of, 1565 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628



Clarke, Mr. W. A. (North Wellington) Budget, 1050 Canada and the war, 1051 The Government's tariff policy, 1051 Revenue and protection, 1051 Western conditions, 1052 Coal. See Mines Coast Guard, steamer, 1866 Coasting trade, 296, 1933 Cochrane, Hon. Frank (Minister of Railways and Canals) Canadian Pacific railway ocean services, 746 -Canals Soulanges, 1712 Staff, repairs, etc., 1713 Trent, 1712 Welland, 1710, 1713 Government purchase of railways, 1540, 1681 Hudson Bay railway, 1861 Intercolonial railway Branch lines Eastern Nova Scotia, 1467, 1477, 1482, 1701 Chatham, 1492, 1686 Bridges, 1492, 1686 Cape Breton improvements, 1687 Fredericton land purchase, 171 Freight rates and trains, 164 General management, 1489 Halifax terminals, 1688 Highway protection, 1687 Moncton Death claim-Mrs. O'Rourke, 1475 Improvements, 1691 Subway, 1397 Mulgrave car ferry, 1473, 1693 Operation, 1472, 1690 Quebec solicitor, 1708 Rolling stock, 1695 Safety appliances, 1698 St. John and Quebec railway agreement, 1473 National Transcontinental railway Construction, 1859 Government operation, 1802, 1816, 2128 Montreal connection, 1711 Quebec Bridge, 1710 Terminals, 1860 Railways and Canals Department Estimates, 1467-1495, 1685-1713, 1859 Staff and salaries, 1471 St. John Valley railway, 184 Cockshutt, Mr. William F. (Brantford) Food exports, government control of, 526, Naturalization, 610 Soldiers, votes for, 2266 Coderre, Hon. Louis (Secretary of State and Minister of Mines) Canada Temperance Act, referenda under, 1590 Dominion electoral atlas, 2307 Mines Department Electric smelting, 1602, 2313 Estimates, 1599-1612, 2313 Explosives in mines, 1601, 1604 - Geological survey, 1607-1611 Investigations and experiments, 1603, 2313 Staff and salaries, 1599 Tar sands for road making, 1604 Printing and stationery, 1591 Scientific literature, international catalogue of, 1590 Secretary of State, Department of Estimates 1588-1598, 2307 Staff, salaries, etc., 1588, 1589 Vincent, Mr. J. U., pamphlet of, 1724 Voters' lists, preparation of, 1594 Colcleugh, F. W. R., employment of, 1648 Cold storage. See Agriculture Cole Harbour wharf, 517 Collingwood Ship Building Company, 519 Conservation Commission, 2314, 2324 Consolidated Fund expenditure, 1290 Contrecoeur public works, 1651 Cookshire post office, 1991 Copp, Mr. A. B. (Westmorland, N. B.) Amherst Camp, 1290, 1395 Military buildings, 1395 Redstone Company, 1864 Budget, 936 Economy or taxation, 938 The party truce, 938 Tariff burdens on farmers, 940 Patriotism-and-production campaign, 941 New Brunswick and war taxes, 943 Intercolonial railway management, 944 Grand Trunk Pacific railway, labour conditions on, 498 Intercolonial railway Branch lines, 1685, 1706 Employees, enlistment of, 245 Management, 1487, 1491 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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Copp, Mr. A. B. (Westmorland, N.B.)-Con. Intercolonial railway-Con. Moncton Death claim-Mrs. O'Rourke, 1475, 1713 Shops, 1696 Subway, 1397 Operation, 1708 Sackville, accommodation at, 606, 1693, 1706 Wages, payment of, 498 Mount Allison military instruction, 1524 New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island railway, purchase of, 152, 1685 Post Office Employees, inefficiency of, 1392 Rural mail service, 1390 Sackville Home guard, 1517 Pilotage, 1266 Post office, 153 War supplies Hay, 1289 Horses, 520 Seasickness cure, 152 Copper exports, 312 Copyright, protection of, 196, 1226 Corn imports, 152 Cost of Living Commission, 1395, 2625 Country Harbour gas buoy, 762 Courts. See Justice Coutts quarantine area, 150 Cream exports, 294 Criminal Code Amendment Bills, lr., 47,205. 2r., 284, 304. Ref. to select Com., 476. Com., 1218. 3r., 1291. Sen. amdts., Crothers, Hon. Thos. W. (Minister of Labour) Cost of Living Commission, 2625 Labour British Columbia, troubles in, 497 Department Estimates, 481-498, 501-503 Staff and salaries, 481, 502 Disputes, settlement of, 494 Employment bureaux, 485-490 Farm labourers, distribution of, 490 Grand Trunk Pacific railway, conditions on, 498 " Railway construction and labour, 502 Railway employees, voting of, 2504 South Wellington mine disaster, 207 Technical education, 495, 502 Crothers, Hon. Thos. W. (Minister of Labour) -Con. Labour-Con. Telegraphers, conditions of employment of, 2532 Unemployment, 483, 493, 501 Wages Payment of, 498 War contracts, on, 490, 503 Welland canal, on, 492 Cumberland rural mail, 1649 Customs Agricultural implements, valuation of, 605 Alert, revenue steamer, 231 Department Appointments and dismissals, 218-222, 228 Employees in war service, 217 Staff and salaries, 217-230 Fraudulent importation of horses, 229 Investigations, 611 Smuggling, alleged, 222 See Taxation Customs Tariff War Revenue Bill. Res., 89, 1150, 1168. lr., 1217. 2r., 1400. Com., 1400.' 3r„ 1405. See Budget, Special War Revenue Bill, and Taxation Dagneau, John, employment of, 1866 Dairying Industry. See Agriculture. Davidson, Mr. Avard L. (Annapolis) French, Field Marshal, 1446 Davidson, W. W., employment of, 768 Delisle, Mr. Michel S. (Portneuf) Dorion, C. N., employment of, 521 Government reports in French, 828 National Transcontinental railway Portneuf claims, 993 Quebec terminals, 993 Quebec county telegraph service, 1187, 2122 St. Gilbert de Portneuf postmaster, 307 War supplies Horses, 520 Motor trucks, 1186 Demers, Mr. M. Joseph (St. John and Iberville) Allison, J. Wesley, services of, 1145 Horses, embargo on, 150 Adulteration of maple sugar, 1798 Montreal postal station, 1651, 2528 Descarries, Mr. Joseph R. (Jacques Cartier) Budget, 1022 Canada's share in the war, 1023 Expenditures and taxation, 1024 Devlin, Mr. Emmanuel B. (Wright) Civil Service reform, 895 Dominion elections-hours of polling, 1911 Georgian Bay canal, 1971 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628 X



Devlin, Mr. Emmanuel B. (Wright)-Com. Hull Inland revenue service, 1871 Post office repairs, 1985 Mica duties; 830 Ottawa-Hull Postal rate, 766 Town-planning commission, 766 Patent medicines, 1717 Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 659 Doherty, Hon. C. J. (Minister of Justice) Aliens Assistance to, 1218 Registration of, 1734 Canadians in California, status of, 1190 Canadian patriotic fund, 204, 393 Capital punishment, 264 Controverted elections, 1920, 1994-2030, 2148 Copyright, 201, 1226 Criminal Code amendments Aliens, assistance to, 1218, 2053 Bawdy house, inmate of-penalty, 1227 Committee, select, on, 476 Dramatic copyright, infringement of, 1226 Military stores, fraud in sale of, 305, 1226 Real estate titles, fraudulent, 285, 1220 Doherty, Hon. C. J., pension of, 209, 1727 Dominion elections Hours of polling, 1915 M. for select com., 205 Railway employees, voting of, 2499, 2501, 2502 Voters' lists, 1895 Dominion police, 1732 Exchequer Court Expenses, 1731 Reports, 1730 Expropriations at Valeartier and Three Rivers, 1739 Insurance companies-licenses, 1247, 1399 Judges Additional, for British Columbia and Alberta, 1428 Militia, in active, 1728 Salaries of, 1732 Superannuations in Quebec, 1186 Justice Department estimates, 1727, 2186 Maple sugar adulteration, 1793 Parliament, members of Active service, on, 351, 440 Government contracts, and, 2143, 2145 Parliamentary representation, 1788, 1929, 1994 Penitentiaries Kingston Management, 1775 Release of Thomas Riley, 2259 Doherty, Hon. C. J. (Minister of Justice)- Con. Penitentiaries-Con. Prison reform, 1775 Ticket-of-leave system, 1736 Soldiers, votes for, 1643, 1874, 2195, 2229, 2259-2294, 2343-2364, 2462-252S, 25332538, 2625. Solicitor General, office of, 1736 Supreme Court Expenses, 1730 Jurisdiction-appeal in provincial election cases, 1988, 2053 Winding-up Act amendment, 2121, 2195 Doherty, Hon. C. J., judicial pension of, 209, 808, 987, 1727 Dominion Controverted Elections Act Amendment Bill, lr., 1714. 2r., 1920. Com., 1920, 1994, 2148. 3r„ 2154. See Supreme Court Act Amendment Bill Dominion Elections Act Amendment Bill, lr., 1714. 2r„ 1895. Com., 1895, 2139. 3r., 2148. Select Com., 205. See 1527, 1929 Dominion lands and parks, 231, 1894 Dominion Notes Bill. Res., 1528. lr., 1539. 2r„ 1653. Com., 1653. 3r., 1653. See 146, 479. Dominion police. See Justice Dominion Trust Company, 519 Dominions, overseas Peace terms, and, 2627 Status of, 439 Dorion, C. N., employment of, 521 Douglas, Mr. James (Strathcona) Agricultural literature, 2082 Calmar-Telfordville mails, 1187, 1376 Camrose, public building for, 1979 Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway Company, 723 Homesteaders' wood rights, 1560 Killam mail route, 244 Mclnnes, T. R. E., employment of, 1864 Nice, Mr., employment of, 1991 Oil lease, George McRae, 243 Pope land lease, 993 Ribstone, village of, patent of, 243 Seed grain distribution, 1281 Strathcona postal service, 1376 Wainwright park, 236 War supplies Horses 898, 1234 Overshoes, 762 Wetaskawin settlers, grievances of, 1560, 1565, 1566 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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xi Dredging. See Public works Drill halls. See Militia Duchemin, H. P., payments to, 604, 667, 948 Duck Mountain Homesteaders, 992 Timber reserve, 1577 East Erinville post office, 519 Edmonton Public building, 2044 Rifle range, 1552 Edwards, Mr. John W. (Frontenac) Barriefield military road, 1515 Budget, 458 Government dismissals, 459 Government administration and expenditure, 459 Trade conditions, 462 The United States market, 463 Tariff increases, 464 British preference, 464 Tariff on agricultural implements, 467 The war crisis, 469 Cement duty, 469 Capital punishment, 136 Cheese inspection, 513 Dismissals, government, 459, 1366 Experimental farms, 2063 Farmers' relief, 1240 Hog cholera, 1286 Hughes, Major W. S., 435 Meat inspection, 2090 Parcel post, 1384 Patent shovel shield, 1236 Rdyal Military College, 1519 Penitentiaries Kingston, 136, 515, 1740, 1773 Release of Thomas Riley, 2459 Stoney Mountain, 390, 1185 Electric smelting. See Mines Emigration to United States, 242 Employment bureau. See Labour Escuminac wharf, 1287 Estimates. See titles of departments and subjects Eureka, steamer, 1265, 1268 Exchequer Court. See Justice Excise, 1717 Exhibitions, 2085, 2109 Experimental farms. See Agriculture Explosives. See Mines External Affairs, Department of, 2314, 2318 Farmers Bank, depositors of, 391 Farmers' relief. See Western farmers, also Richmond county Farquhar, Colonel, death in action of, 1283 Fenian raid bounty, 242, 1545, 1651 Ferguson, Mr. T. R., report of. See Interior Finance Charges of management, 1715 Expenditure of Canada, 435, 764 Revenue of Canada, 152 Finance Act, 1914-proclamation continued, * 476 Fish and Fisheries Advisory board, 1270 American vessels, regulation of, 1650 Behring sea claims, 239 Bounties, 94 Breeding, 1278 Departmental estimates, 1270-1280, 1643 Exhibit at Toronto, 1277 " Fish and How to Cook It "-booklet, 239 Grants to fishermen, 2123 Herrings-regulation of prices, 17S6 Hudson bay fisheries, 1280 Inspection, 48, 1271, 1279 Licenses, issue of, 1275, 2302 Lobsters Close season, 45 Hatcheries, 1278 Seed, 309 Undersized, 1150 ' Officers, 1270 Oyster culture, 1275 Pickled fish, 48, 1278 Protection service, 1622 Quebec, in province of, 994 Reduction works, 633, 767 Shell-fish commission, 607 Steam trawling, 243, 246, 311, 312, 1622, 2305 Tidal waters, fisheries in, 116, 1270 Transportation, SO, 1494 Fisher, Captain E., employment of, 517 Fisher, Mr. J. H. (Brant) Budget, S17 Expenditures on public works, 817 Made-in-Canada movement, 818 Indian Department, 819 Votes for soldiers, 819 Flour, Canada's gift of, to Great Britain, 1646 Food Exports, government control of, 526, 556 Inspection, 2090 Foot and mouth disease, 611, 2053, 2087 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2823 xn



Forest reserves, 233, 1579 Fort Erie shooting case, 143, 332 Fort William harbour improvements, 19701975 Foster, Mr. Arthur De Witt (King's, N.S.) Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 674 War supplies-horses, 629, 1033 Yarmouth harbour, 1289 Foster, Hon. Sir George E. (Minister of Trade and Commerce) Belgian relief, 1676 Bounties on lead and petroleum, 1936 Budget, 999 The war and party co-operation, 999 Canada's finances, 1001 Protection or free trade and revenue 1003, 1011 Financial inheritances of the Government, 1004 Methods of taxation, 1006 The tariff, 1008 British preference, 1009 Canada's part in the war, 1012 Canada Year Book, 1938 Civil Service appointments, 1872 Customs valuations, 1404 Freight rates, ocean, lake and river, 215 Gold and silver marking, 1875 Grain Act Administration of, 1939-1954 Amendment Bill, 1644, 2191, 2532 House of Commons Easter adjournment, 1645 Government business, 1787 Nickel export, 1937 Pit props, trade in, 1934 Steamship services, 1291. See that title Trade and Commerce, 212, 1291, 1931. See that title War Appropriations, 1664, 1670 Supplies Committee of Council on, 1666 Communications from Canadian Manufacturers' Association, 1668 Foster, W. G., employment of, 898 Fournier, L. H., employment of, 521 Fowler, Mr. George W. (King's and Albert) Controverted elections, 1925 Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 669 Fraser river, removal of obstructions in, 2303 Fraserville harbour, 392 Fredericton land expropriation, 168, 1475 Freight rates Lake and ocean, supervision of, 215, 351 Inland navigation, control of, 43, 249 French Canadians Civil Service, in, 985, 2318 Military service, in, 1149, 1442, 1445, 2189 French language Blue books in Printing and distribution, 1596, 2310 Translation, 504 Department of Agriculture, in, 2077 War stamps in, 1205 French river improvements, 1991 French, Sir John, Field Marshal, 1443 French Treaty and war taxes. See Taxation Fripp, Mr. Alfred E. (Ottawa) Votes for soldiers, 334 Furois, E., employment of, 1993 Gallon, W. J., employment of, 831 Garland, Mr. W. F. (Carleton, Ont.) War contracts, 947 Gas inspection, 508, 1720 Gaspe Deferred elections in, 1903, 2147 Purchase of war supplies in, 994 Railways, 518 Salmon fisheries, 116, 2302 Steamer service, 307, 833, 1286, 1301 Gaspe Bay anchorage, 998, 1449 Gauthier, Mr. Louis J. (St. Hyacinthe) Budget, 586 Criticism of the Government, 587 Party truce and the war, 588 Taxation and protection, 589 British preference, 589 St. Denis rural mails, 993 War supplies-waterproofs, 609 Gauvreau, Chas., employment of, 390 Gauvreau, Mr. Charles A. (Temiscouata) Auclair expropriation, 1729 Fraserville harbour, 392 Intercolonial railway Gutelius, Mr.. F. P., 141, 309 Hay, cutting of, 1710 Ice contracts, 79 Riviere du Loup shops, 141 Lake Temiscouata postal service, 79 Louisville Mails, 1288 Public building, 1288, 1459 ______________________I____________________- Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume ili: 1785-2628


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xiii Gauvreau, Mr. C. A. (Temiscouata)-Con. MalScitfi Indians, 1308 Menace newspaper, 991 Mousseau, P. A., employment of, 1992, 2122 Temiscouata postal service, 392 Genest, A., employment of, 767, 1185, 1368 Geological survey. See Mines Georgian Bay Canal commission, 1145, 2183 German, Mr. William M. (Welland) Admiralty court procedure, 1732 Bank loans for seed grain, 1245 Canadian patriotic fund, 1309 Controverted elections, 2000, 2010, 2016, 2152 Point Abino signal service, 1256 Soldiers, votes for, 2246, 2259, 2287, 2345, 2464, 2506 Solicitor General, office of, 1735, 1738 Taxation-patent medicines, 1423 War supplies Bicycles, 995 Boots, 315 Welland canal, wages on, 491 Gilbert, Arthur, employment of, 1787, 1993 Gillis, A. B„ employment of, 831 Girard, Mr. Joseph (Chicoutimi and Saguenay) Agriculture in Quebec, 2073 Glass, Mr. S. Francis (East Middlesex) Budget, 913 Tremendous effect of the war, 913 Patriotism and production, 914 Credits for farmers, 916 Reciprocity with the United States, 917 Conditions of trade and finance, 919 Canada's share in the war, 922 British preference, 923 Immigration, 924 Dominion elections-hours for voting, 1910 Privilege-the member for West Lambton, 2460 . Gobeil, A., employment of, 895, 1458, 1962 Gold and Silver Marking Bill, lr., 1645. 2r., 1875. Com., 1875. 3r., 1876. Gordon, Mr. David A. (East Kent) Wallaceburg customs collector, 766 Government Railways Purchase Bill. Res., 1539. lr., 1544. 2r„ 1681. Com., 1681. 3r„ 1685. Graham, Hon. George P. (South Renfrew) Bank loans for seed grain, 1349 Budget, 1130 Party co-operation and the war, 1130 Public expenditure and the late Government, 1132 Graham, Hon. G. P. (South Renfrew)-Con. Budget-Con. Railway obligations-Canadian Northern and National Transcontinental, 1133 Reduction of expenditure, 1136 War taxes or not, 1137 British preference, 1140 Cadet corps, 1518 Capital punishment, 136, 137 Cardinal canal Removal of houses, 832 Statistical officer, 832 Civil Service-temporary appointments, 1871 Coal imports, 633, 828 Collingwood Shipbuilding Company, 519 Dairying industry, 2081 Food exports, government control of, 554 Georgian Bay canal, 966 Commission, 2183 Horse breeding, 2105 House of Commons stenographers, employment of, during recess, 1360 Hudson Bay railway, 436, 631 Intercolonial railway Expenditures, 1492 Halifax terminals, 1689 Level crossings, 1688 Kingston penitentiary-employment of Mr. Begg, 828 _ Morris, F., employment of, 151 National Transcontinental railway Construction expenditure, 1859 Government operation, 1802, 1841, 2124, 2134 Quebec terminals, 606 Ocean freight rates, 751 Parliament, members of, and government contracts, 2144 Pollution of navigable waters, 124 Public health, conservation of, 2107 Railway capitalization, 289 Richards, James W., M.P., death of, 827 St. Thomas armoury, 1866 Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 681. Soldiers, votes for, 336, 2262, 2274, 2350 Trent canal-claim of Cory & Laverdure, 1712 War Appropriations, 1667 Canadians, enlistment of, 1447 Members of parliament on active service, Supplies Canadian Manufacturers' Association. communications from, 1667, 2189, 2461 Clothing, 2531 Salisbury Plain, at, 306 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628



Grain * Administration of Act, 1939-1957 Amendment Bill. lr., 1644. 2r., 2030. Com., 2030. 3r„ 2191. Distillation of, 2624 Granby mail service, 905 Grand Trunk Pacific railway Expenditures on, 437, 1864 Labour conditions on, 498 See National Transcontinental railway Gray, William (London) Canadians in California, 1189 Dominion elections-hours of polling, 1908 South Wellington mine disaster, 207 Transportation of Canadian forces, 763 Green, Mr. Robert F. (Kootenay) Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway Company, 721 Real estate titles, fraudulent, 1222 Gutelius, Mr. F. P„ 141, 309, 1483, 1489 Guysbo rough Branch railways. See Intercolonial Fishery guardians, 313 Mail service, 519, 607, 633, 897, 1185 Half-breed scrip, 1287 Haliburton, recruiting at, 896 Halifax Chartered steamers, 1647 Customs night watchman, 831 Military headquarters staff, 1514 Permanent force, supplies for, 2529 Public Works, 1458 Terminals, 764, 1688 Halifax and Eastern railway, 1466 Hall, R. P., appointment of, 763 Harbours. See Public works H awkesbury-Grenville bridge, 1648, 1992, 2176 Hazen, Hon. J. D. (Minister of Marine and Fisheries) Cheticamp life-saving station, 1635 Dredging, 1252 Fish and Fisheries Advisory board, 1270 Breeding, 1278 Departmental officers, 1270 Exhibit at Toronto, 1277 " Fish and How to Cook It "-booklet, 239 Grants to fishermen, 2301 Licenses, issue of, 116, 1275, 2302 Hazen, Hon. J. D. (Minister of Marine and Fisheries)-Con. Oyster culture, 1275 Protection service, 1622 Steam trawling, 1622, 1624, 2305 Tidal waters, fisheries in, 1270 Fraser river obstructions, removal of, 2303 Hudson bay Fisheries, 1280 .Hydrographic surveys, 1626 Navigation, 1627 Karluk, steamer. See Stefansson LeBlanc, seaman, 1642 Live-stock inspection, 348 Marine British ships, transfer of, 1057 Coasting trade, 299 Government steamers, 312, 338, 1255 Hydrographic surveys, 1626 Ice breaking, 339, 1255, 1267 Life-saving service, 351, 1633 Lighthouse and coast service, 1256-1260, 1267 Maritime road, 1267 Masters and mates, examination of, 340 Navigation Aids to, 1258 Obstructions to', 347, 2303 Schools of, 346 Pilotage, 1265 St. Lawrence ship channel, 1252 Seamen, sick and dis*ressed, 1269 Shipping casualties m 1914, 833 Signal service, 1264 Steamboat inspection, 1270 Unseaworthy vessels, 345 Wrecking plants, 349 Wrecks, investigations into, 342 Marine and Fisheries estimates, 338-350, 1252-1280 Naval service, 237, 1612, 1654, 2298 Navigable waters, pollution of, 121 New Brunswick shale industry, 1608 Northern waters, patrol of, 1631, 2298 Parliamentary representation, 2332 Prince Edward Island winter mail service, 348 Quebec Harbour Commission-resignation of Sir William Price, 1966 Richard, Mrs. Margaret, claim of, 1642 St. John custom house, 1982 Shelburne fishery inspector, 1271 Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 642 Stefansson expedition, 1631, 1632, 2298 Submarines, purchase of, 100 United States flag, alleged flying of, on wireless station, 1617 Wireless telegraphic service, 1263 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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Hepburn, Mr. B. R. (Prince Edward, Ont.) Steamboat rates, 257 Higenbotham, E. N., dismissal of, 1364 High Commissioner, Canadian, 391, 2318 Homesteaders' 'wood rights, 1560 Horn, Werner, extradition of, 44, 79-Horses Export to the United States, 150, 1230 Breeding, 2103 Fraudulent importation of, 229 See War supplies House of Commons Business of the House, 206, 687, 1187 Committees, select standing, 74 Deputy Speaker, election of, 41 Easter adjournment, 1645 Members Active service, on. See Senate and House of Commons Governrftent contracts, and, 1242, 2139 Indemnity of, 2309 Officials, appointment of, 144, 1526, 1863, 2258 Reading room, taking of papers from, 611 Representation. See House of Commons Representation Act Amendment Bill, Parliamentary representation, and Prince Edward Island Sessional employees, 2109 Stenographers, post-sessional employment of, 1360 Voters' lists, preparation of, 1594, 2111, 2309 House of Commons Representation Act Amendment Bill (correction of clerical errors). lr„ 1557. 2r., 1788. Com., 1788, 1929, 1994. 3r., 1994. Hudson bay Fisheries, 1280 Hydrographic surveys, 1626 Navigation, 1627 Hudson Bay railway Construction, 436, 1861 Cost of mileage, 631, 114S Le Pas bridge, closing of, 606 Wages of employees, 1395 Hughes, Major W. S., appointment of, 435 Hughes, Mr. James J. (King's, P.E.I.) Brudenell wharf, 2114 Budget, 1027 Financial administration, 1028 Taxation, prosperity, and revenue, 1029 Governments and expenditures, 1030 Civil service administration, 1032 War contracts, 1033 Hughes, Mr. James J. (King's, P.E.I.)-Con. Cardigan-Annandale mail service, 1648 Charlottetown Harbour, 2114 School of navigation for, 347 Controverted elections, 2013 Cost of Living Commission, 1395 Drill halls, use of, 2036 Earl Grey, steamer, sale of, 312 Enlistment from the active militia, 1456 Fenian raid bounty, 1545 Food exports, government control of, 543 *House of Commons reading room, 611 Liquors and tobaccos in bond, 314 Little Sand breakwater, 2117 North lake harbour, 2114 Potatoes, exportation of, 1229, 2078 Prince Edward Island Mail service, 348, 1378, 1385 Marine life-saving service, 351, 1637 Parliamentary representation, 316, 331 Public works, 2114 Railway, 1704, 1707 Shortt, Mr. Adam, speech of, 673 Souris life-saving station, 1637 Taxation-cheques, 1203 Hughes, Hon. Major General Sam (Minister of Militia and Defence) Allison, J. Wesley, services of, 1145, 1452, 1508, 1669 Ammunition, purchase of, 1451-1455, 15061512, 1669, 1867 Aviation, 1989 Boots, army, purchase of, 2455 Cadet corps, 1518 Canadian troops in the firing line, 613 Censorship, 1448 Dominion arsenal, 1506 Duty on imported munitions, 1506 Edmonton rifle1 range, 1553 Engineer services, 1513 Enlistment. See Recruiting Fenian raid bounty, 1546 French Canadians, enlistment of, 1442, 1445, 1447 - Haliburton recruiting, 896 Halifax headquarters staff, 1515 Home guards, 1516 Militia estimates, 1428, 1496, 1544 Motor trucks, purchase of, 1146 Nova Scotia military forces, 1396, 1436 Permanent force, Canadian, 1515 Prince Rupert Rifles, disbandment of, 1522 Recruiting, 438, 1680, 1989 Rifle ranges, 1553 Robertson, Struan, Lt. Col., 1396, 1436 Volume i: 1-944 Volume ii: 945-1783 Volume iii: 1785-2628


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