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xxix Peace Treaty-Con Territorial adjustments, 152 Alsace-Lorraine, Saar Basin, etc., 14, 15 Time of coming into force, 14 Trade treaty with Prance-effect upon, 137 War, prevention of, 17, 93, 153. See also this title under League of Nations William II of Hohenzollern, 17, 175 Peace Treaty Bill. (See also Address; League of Nations; Peace Conference). Res., 13, 109, 150, 179, 258; amdt. (Mr. Fielding) 191, neg., res., agreed to, 239; lr., 51; 2r., 498; com., 502; 3r„ 532 Error as to resolutions, explanation of, 240 Peck, Lieut.-Col. Cyrus Wesley, V.C. (Slceena) Electrocution, 490 Peace Treaty, and arrangements for debate of, 178 War, movements of 16tli Batt., 641 Pedlow, Mr. Isaac Ellis (South Renfrew) Aliens Enemy, and title to land, 868 Firearms, 872-7 Board of Commerce, 457 Civil Service Commission, 957, 963 Foreign credits, 1763 House of Commons-Thanksgiving Day, 905 Nickel and Germany, 746 Nickel exports, ques., 1062, 1219 Sugar, retail, ques., 1062 Thanksgiving Day Choice of 13th October, 306 October 13th and Ontario elections, 714 Thanksgiving Day Bill, 25, 431, 476-481, 518, 523 War indemnity, 107 Pelletier, Mr. Francois Jean (Matane) Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 1114 Masters and Mates, 1938-9 Nationalization of public utilities, including railways, 1115 National finance, 1116 Order, point of-Kingston by-election, 1542 Pilotage, 1913-4 War Purchasing Commission, ques., 621 Pensions. See ulso War veterans' gratuity Commissioners' salaries, 959 District officers, 713 Permanent Force, medical and dental officers, ques., 712 Pilotage, Pacific coast. See Canada Shipping Act Pointe au Pic post office, ques., 1221 Poland Message from President Paderewski, 2 Peace Treaty, under, 15 See also League of Nations; Peace Treaty Poles and Ukrainians, 747 Police Bills 1. Unionism prohibited lr., 74; withdrawn, 899 2. Amalgamation; Pensions. Res., 884; lr., 712; 2r., com., 825, 886; 3r., 994 Criminal law-authority of police to en-1679, 1925 Local responsibility for maintenance of the peace, 833, 836-7 Political Corruption Absence of, in Wright County, 811 By-elections, in, 730, 1899 Political Picnic and train service, ques., 953, 1679, 1925 Polling Day, public holiday. See House of Commons Act Pork and Beans for Army, 858 Porter, Mr. Edward Guss (West Hastings) Canada Temperance Act Amdt., 1977, 1986-96 Intoxicating Liquors Bill, 1947 Privilege-Statement of Mr. Archambault, 1925 Port Stanley, public works at, 663 Postmasters' Compensation Bill. See Civil Service Post Office Railway mail service, 1063 Registered mail, change of system, ques., 2000 Revenue. See Civil Service Act,-Postmasters Post Office Savings Banks, deposits in, ques., 623 Power, Mr. Charles Gavan (South Quebec) British Expeditionary Force, canteen funds in France, ques., 406 Canadian Expeditionary Force, pay, equalization of, 406 Canadian National Railways, uniforms, contracts for, ques., 469 Peace Treaty, 227


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Power, Mr. Charles Gavan-Con.

Regimental canteen funds, ques., 406

Staff officers, war service gratuity, ques., 404

War veterans' gratuity claim, 177, 1848, 1852

Motion (Mr. Currie) for adjournment, to discuss, 334

Scheme of Great War Veterans-proposed Commission, 108

Preambles to public Acts, 613

Press, The, 105

Preston, Mr. W. T. R., 594

Prevost, Mr. Jules Edouard (Terrebonne)

Address in reply to Governor General's Speech, 382. Unionist Government-[DOT] cost of living and export of food, 382; Peace Treaty, 383; Canada's national status, 385; Imperialism, 386; policy for the future, 387

Prices, 947. See also Board of Commerce; Canadian Wheat Board; Grain Supervisors

Prince (Electoral District), by-election, 1, 1276

Prince, Professor E. E., 965 Prince of Wales

H.R.H. visit to Canada, 1, 4, 7, 11, 34, 39, 43, 47, 57, 59, 61, 65, 71 Canadian train, not of Canadian National Railways, 1167 French language, use of by, 371 Literature supplied in Royal train, ques., 271

Visit to House, 1865, 1875, 1898 Printing Bureau. See Public Printing Printing of Parliament

Joint Com., 49, 73

Peace Treaty, special motion, 304

Private Bill Discussed

North Empire Fire Insurance Company, 841

Private Bills, Com. appointed, 49 Privilege

Archambault, Mr.-statement of Mr. Steele, 443

Clarke, Mr. M.-statement of Mr. Bureau, 955

Currie, Mr.-statements of Toronto Globe, Toronto Star and Ottawa Citizen, 495

Gauvreau, Mr.-statement of La Minerve, 107

Privilege-Con.

McKenzie, Mr.-statement of Mr. Mowat as reported in Halifax Chronicle, 910 McMaster, Mr.-statement of Montreal Gazette, 605

Middlebro, Mr.-Toronto Star repoi't of statement of Mr. Currie, 1671 Murphy, Hon. Charles-statement of Mr. Rowell, 491

Porter, Mr.-statement of Mr. Archambault, 1925

Reid, Hon. J. D.-statement of Regina Leader, 1276

Sinclair, Mr. J. H.-statement of Mr. Edwards, 74

Privileges and Elections, Com., 48, 531, 900, 48

Production and Consumption, cost of each, 468

Prohibition. See also Canada Tempeiance Act; Intoxicating Liquors Bills to be proceeded with, 1924

Property of Germans in Canada. See Exchequer Court

Proportional Representation, ques., 1062

Prorogation, 1911, 2007, 2009

Protection-necessary to progressive and well-balanced development of Canada; motion (Mr. Burnham), 905

Provincial Control of natural resources, ques., 1144

Proulx, Mr. Edmond (Prescott)

Address in reply to Governor General's Speech. Prince of Wales-Peace Treaty, 71; Board of Commerce and prices, 272; cold storage, 273; credits to foreign countries, 274; economy- Military Service defaulters, 275 Board of Commerce

French-speaking member, 707 Salaries, 447

Canadian Wheat Board-tax on wheat, 677, 1006-7

Dickenson, Major, ques., 1220 Lawson, Captain, ques., 1220 Macdonald, Major, ques., 1220 Paymaster General's Branch, ques., 1220 Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, 1958 Thanksgiving Day, 522

Public Accounts Com. appointed, 49

Public Finance, ques., 553, ques., 1218

Public Information Department, ques., 1499 Pathescope Company, ques., 1999

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xxxi Public Ownership. See Grand Trunk Public Printing and Stationery Act Amdt. Bill. lr„ 1332; 2r., 1916; com., 1917; 3r., 1940 Purchasing of Supplies Policy of Government, 2002 Tender and contract, by, 1918 Quebec and Saguenay Railway, ques., 1221; ques., 1381; ques., 1999 Quebec Bridge, 1265 Quebec City Government plans and expenditures- railways, shipping, dry dock, Ross Rifle factory, soldiers' huts, etc., 291 Riot claims, ques., 1380 St. Malo shops, ques., 403 Quebec East (Electoral District), 1, 1748 Railway Act, 1919, Amdt. Bill (Inland and coastwise vessels), lr., 240 Railway Act, 1919, Amdt. Bill (Jurisdiction), lr., 1912; 2r., 1940; com. rises, 1946 Railway Service, promotion by seniority, 1679 Railways Capital cost, 1241 Cars, shortage of, ques., 1010, 2004 Duplication of, 1237 Expenditure per mile of road, comparative statement, 1097 Mails, payment for carrying, 1063 Rates, Intercolonial and Canadian Pacific, 1999 Subsidies to, ques., 1222, 1230, 1232, 1259, 1277 (For individual railways, sec their titles.) Railways, Canals and Telegraph Lines, Com. appointed, 48 Read, Mr. Joseph, vacancy caused by death of, 1 Reciprocity, 917, 1140, 1180 Reconstruction Bonus, scheme proposed, 108 Cost of living, and, 145 Speech from the Throne, 2 Re-establishment. See also Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment; Returned Soldiers War veterans' gratuity claim, 177 Documents ordered to be printed, 268 Ministerial statement, 242 Papers presented, 268 Redman, Mr. Daniel Lee (East Calgary)) Pensions, district offices, 713 War veterans' gratuities claim, 258, 1871 Motion for Commission, withdrawn, 304 Motion (Mr. Currie) for adjournment, to discuss, 329 Regiment-22nd French Canadian, ques., 1534 Registered Mail, ques., 2000 Reid, Hon. John Dowsley (Minister of Railways and Canals) Canadian * National Railways-political picnic, holding of train-case of Mr. R. H. Thompson, 1680 Canadian Wheat Board, 925 Car shortage, 1952, 2004 Drayton, Sir Henry, candidature in Kingston, 994 Gagetown to Westfield, operation of St. John Valley Railway, 714 Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 10121062, 1091-4, 1309-32, 1333-9, 1444, Arbitration, 1028, 1334, 1469 Expenses of, proposed amdt.-withdrawn, 1118 Maximum award, 1579 Atlantic terminals, 1058, 1061 Canadian National Railways, 1113 Canadian Pacific, relation to, 1057, 1575 Company assets, 1390 Debate, arrangements for, 1331, 1583 Delay, proposed, 1318 Earnings, 1216 Equipment, 1428-9, 1445-8, 1581-2 Finance, 1402-12 Grand Trunk Pacific, 1312, 1454-6 Liquidation, 1574 Hotels, 1411-2 Mackenzie and Mann, 1314 Mileage, 1385 Montreal Board of Trade, 1063 Obligations of Company, 1040, 1091, 1096, 1243, 1383, 1576, 1582 Obligations of Government, 1333 Operation, 1327-8 Exchange of traffic, 1528 Ownership-title, 1309, 1503-4 Physical condition, 1113 Procedure in debate of Bill, 1114 Shareholders, ratification by, 1527 Sleeping and parlour cars, 1571 Stocks, 1448-9 Guaranteed, 1029 Taxation, 1343, 1452-3 Terminals-Toronto and Montreal,


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Reid, Hon. John Dowsley-Con. Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition-Con. Traffic, exchange of, 1535-6 Unions of employees, 1679 Valuation, date for, 1296-7, 1339 Hudson Bay Railway, 714 Kingston by-election, 1540 Manitoba, Northern, railway into, 1383 Privilege-statement of Regina Leader, 1276 Wheat trade with United States, 925 Reid, Mr. John Flaws (Mackenzie) Railway rates, ques., 1999 Vancouver Terminal elevator, ques., 901 War veterans' gratuity claim, 1884 Repatriation Com., ques., 1498 Resignations, Cabinet Ministers, of, rumoured, 497 Restaurant, Parliamentary, Joint Com., 73 Returned Soldiers. See also Canadian soldiers; Civil Service; Dominion Lands; Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment; war veterans' gratuity Canadian National Railway, men training on, 665 Civil Service, and, 971 Housing-garden cities, 461 Montreal post office, in, ques., 1063 Treatment of, 1117 . Res. (Mr. Pripp), 642, ref. to com., 646 Rhodes, Hon. Edgar N. (Cumberland). See Speaker Richardson, Mr. Robert Lome (Springfield) Board of Commerce, 449, 695 Business of the House, morning sittings, 1561 Conner, James, dismissal of, 654 Corruption in 1899 by-elections, 730 Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 1227, 1601 Arbitration, 1231, 1241 Grand Trunk Pacific and Transcontinental, 1229, 1359 Liquidation, 1230 Operation, 1604 Public ownership, 1602 Railway subsidies, 1230, 1232 " Stock jobbing," 1239 Taxation, 1349, 1352 Terms to be scrutinized, 1239 Valuation, date of, 1340 House of Commons Act Amdt. Bill, 440 Macdonald by-election, 1606 Personal political experience, 737 Public ownership, 1227, 1234 Soldiers' votes, 729 Thanksgiving Day, 440, 476-9 Riots in England, ques., 1144 Robb, Mr. James Alexander (Chateauguay-Huntingdon) Address in reply to Governor General's Speech, 400. Differences between Mr. Murphy and Mr. Rowell, 400; Mr. Rowell and French Canadians, 401; cost of living, 402 Board of Commerce, 445 Canadian National Railways, finances, ques., 908 Canadian W'heat Board, 673-9, 923, 931-2, 1006 Canso Harbour Master, ques., 623 Financial obligations of Canada, ques., 909 Fraser River salfnon, 1178 Grain Supervisors, 665-8, 847-8 Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 1274, 1409-1411 Arbitration, 1578 Atlantic and St. Lawrence railway, 1433-4 Canadian Pacific, relation to, 1575 Duplication of lines, 1629 Equipment, 1428. 1445-6 Finance, 1392-4 Negotiations, 1274 Postponement suggested, 1029 Ratification by Parliament, 1459-60 Six-months' hoist; amdt. to 3r., 1747 Subsidiary companies and Com. of management, 1538 Superannuation and Pension Fund, 1549 Terminals-Toronto and Montreal, 1582 United States, lines in, 1545, 1582 House of Commons' officials, 1004 International Trade Congress, 1176 Macdonald by-election, 1606 National debt, totals, ques., 553 Pilotage Bill, 1933 Public Printing and Stationery, 1917 Reciprocity, 923 War veterans' gratuity claim Special Com., printing of report, 1998 Robertson, Dr. James W., 19 Roger Miller & Sons Ltd., ques., 1797 Ross, Mr. Duncan Campbell (West Middlesex) Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 1393-1 Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, 425 Expenditures, 413 Imperial services, members of, 416 Ross Rifle, Motion for papers (Sir Sam Hughes), 533 Roumania, credit to, 241, 371, 406


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xxxiii Rowell, Hen. Newton W. (President of the Privy Council and Minister of Health) Address in reply to Governor Gen. r u's Speech, 388. Profiteers and the Government, 388; Board of Commerce, 389; Sir Joseph Flavelle and Imp rial Munitions Board-reply to charges of Mr. Murphy, 391; conscription-personal position, 395; French Canadian soldiers, 396; alleged slander of Roman Catholic Church, 397; position of Liberal Unionists, 400 Adulteration Act Arndt. (Bran and Shorts), 719, 726 Investigation to be made, 724 Canadian ships, registry, 150 Fraser River salmon, protection of, 117 71181 Grand Trunk Railway Acquisition, 1046, 1054, 1108, 1204 Arbitration, 1108, 1289, 1338-9 Stocks, price to be paid, 1415-6 Assets, 1390 Canadian National Railways, 1209 Canadian Pacific, relation to, 1053-4 Central Vermont railroad, 1391 Company, entity of, 1348 Delay, proposed, 1211, 1360 Finance, 1395-1402 Grand Trunk Pacific and Transcontinental, 1360 Receivership, 1053 Montreal Board of Trade, 1211 Negotiations, 1051, 1210, 1354, 1358 Obligations of Company, 1389 Ownership-title, 1345-8 Parliamentary approval, 1412 Public opinion, 1361 Public ownership, 1054, 1204 Reflection on members, alleged, 1401 Stocks, 1046 Market value, 1109 Taxation, 1344-5, 1350-3 Valuation, date for, 1342 International Labour Conference, 1365 League of Nations Covenant and commentary, 269, 270 See also under this title, Peace Treaty Labour clauses, with explanatory statement, 270 Opium and Drug Act Arndt., 1118-1120 Peace Treaty, 117. See also under this head, League of Nations Documents and printing, 304-5, 952, 1142 Correspondence brought down, 148 South Africa, approval by, 512 Political patronage, 1207 Rowell, Hon. Newton W.-Con. Postmasters' salaries Bill, 1373-5 Royal Northwest Mounted Police, 178, 712, 825-840, 885-6 Ships, Canadian registry, 178 Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment Department, 304, 407-431 Soldiers' votes, 802 War veterans' gratuity claim Distribution of documents, 209 Ministerial statement, 242 Motion (Mr. Currie) for adjournment, to discuss, 366 Royal Assent, 1024, 2009 Royal Northwest Mounted Police. See Police Rural Mail Service, 775 St. Croix River bridge, blowing up of, 1063 St. Fidele wharf, ques., 1382 St. John Board of Trade and Grand Trunk, 1143 St. John River wharves, ques., 2000 St. John Valley Railway, Westfield-St. John, 1 714 St. Johns barracks, ques., 746 St. Lawrence River protection works, ques., St. Lawrence ship channel, ques., 533 Ste. Anne de Beaupre wharf, ques., 1221 Salmon, Fraser River, protection of, 1142, 1177 Secretary of State-Enemy aliens and Dominion lands, 865 Seed Grain Advances, 1954, 1973 Senate and House of Commons Act Arndt. Bill (Leader of the Opposition), lr., 1924 Senate Members' indemnity, 1969 Message from; amending Bills, printing of, 2002 Settlers, needy, relief for, 1954, 1973 Sexsmith, Mr. John Albert (East Peterborough) Board of Commerce-prices, 699 Canadian Wheat Board, 681 Shaw, Mr. Hugh Murray (Macleod) Hay shipments-car shortage, 2004 Sheard, Mr. Charles (South Toronto) Civil Service classification, 762 Oleomargarine, 891 Shillington, Dr. A. T., ques., 1011 C


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