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Appropriation Acts

1. Bill No. 154, (for granting to His Majesty, etc., $37,198,026.71 for 1929), res., 1r., 2r., com., 3r., 1729

2. Bill No. 155 (for granting to His Majesty, etc., $7,777,747.89 for 1928), res., 1r., 2r., com., 3r., 1762 3. Bill No. 359, (for granting to His Majesty, etc., $244,477,639.96 for 1929), res., 1r., 2r., com., 4149; M. for 3r., 4151, amdt. Mr. Bennett (tariff advisory board), 4151, neg. on div., 4153; amdt., Sir George Perley, (Tokyo representation), 4153-67, neg. on div., 4170; 3r., 4170

Appropriations. See Estimates; Public Expenditure

Arbitrations. See Industrial Disputes; International Joint Commission; International Peace, M. (Miss Macphail)

Archives. See Public Archives
Arctic Seas, title to lands in, 3691
Armaments. See National Defence; Peace;
War

Armistice Day celebration, qu., 1093
Observance of Thanksgiving day on, 3653

Armouries. See National Defence

Arrowhead, B.C., river improvements, 3390 Arsenic

Insecticides, for, 3749

Production of, 1357, 3815

Arthabaska, Que., illicit liquor, qu., 3191
Arthurs, Mr. James (Parry Sound)

Agriculture com. report, 3879

Baie St. Paul post office, 2633, 2642 Budget, 748. Four sources of increased prosperity: agriculture, mining, pulpwood and tourist traffic; banks and insurance companies, 749; movement of Canadians to the United States; immigration policy; war debt; lack of sufficient protection, 750; development of home market; exports of farm produce; farm export statistics include products not agricultural; closing of factories, 751; Safeguarding of Industries Act; protecting the workingman; development of iron ore industry, 752

Chicoutimi public building, 2633 Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway, 2489

Arthurs, Mr. James-Con.

Electricity Inspection Act Amdt. bill, 2081 Eleven o'clock, motions called and discussion uncompleted, 1338

Federal Loan Company bill, 2799
Great Lakes and Atlantic Power bill, 2945
Great lakes shipping, M. (Mr. Church), 484
Hudson bay patrol service, 1735
Immigration Act Amdt. bill, 2497
Immigration, report of committee, 3879
Kempton, Sergeant, employment, qu., 2360
Kenogami public building, 2642
Lake Nipissing levels, 2724
Mail contracts in Ontario, 3549
Motion on order paper, precedence, 1338
Muskoka lakes mail service, 2625
Naturalization Act Amdt. bill, 2583, 2729,
2732, 2764

Niagara Falls Memorial Bridge Company bill, 1678

Northern Ontario mail service, 3432
Ottawa-Parry Sound railway service, 4016
Post Office department, estimates, 3246
Public buildings

Improvements, expenditure, 2643
Policy, 2634

Quebec citadel, Governor General's quarters,

2654

Rabies outbreak in Ontario, 2394
Radio licenses, cancellation, 1849
Railway Act Amdt. (grade crossings), 2444
Root Vegetables Act Amdt. bill, 2296-9
Rowell, Hon. N. W., payments to, qu., 3295
St. John harbour commissioners bill, 2406
Settlement of western lands, M. (Mr. Bou-
langer), 1342

Soldier Settlement Act Amdt. bill, 2722, 2790, 2806

Vigilant, steamer, sale of, 3627, 3639

Artificial Silk. See Textiles, Silk

Arvida, Que., town officials, 3358

Asbestos Corporation, threatened legal proceedings, 2543, 2601, 2624

Ash Wednesday Adjournment. See House of Commons

Ashcroft, B.C., public building, 2903

Ashton, Ont., postmastership, qu., 2723

Asiatics, Pan-Asiatic Congress, 1105
Asparagus. See Vegetables

Assisted Passages. See Immigration

Athabaska Election. See also Privileges and Elections Com.

Baldy Robb, reference of Mr. Cannon, 1806, 1814, 1872, 1975

Reports of Mr. Justice Clarke, M. (Mr.
Garland, Bow River) for reference to
Privileges and Elections com., 1797,
agreed to, 1830

Athabaska Lake, aids to navigation, 3688
Athabaska River, improvements, 3387
Atherley Bridge, Trent canal, 3321-3
Atikokan Iron Company, 219
Atlas Shipping Company, 3534
Audit Act. See Board of Audit
Audit Board. See Board of Audit
Auditing. See Banks and Banking; Canadian
National Railways; Finance; Public
Accounts

Auditor General
Legations, 3512

Office, salaries, 4101

Position of, 678

Quebec harbour commission, 2155
Report, ref. to Public Accounts com., 2211

Auger, Mr. Louis M. (Prescott)

Budget, 1224. French element and a truly national policy; factors in prosperity; foreign relations; Canada not a subordinate part of mother country, 1224; revision of defective laws; taking an interest in the farmer and workingman; wise revision of the tariff, 1225; increase in products and trade; emigration to the United States; natural migration between the two countries; immigration, 1226; immigration schemes of Conservative party; railway branch lines; offering Canadians the same advantages as immigrants; preference to Canadian settlers, 1227; application of the immigration laws; the Liberal party; reciprocity with the United States, 1228

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Australia-Con.

Australian treaty-Con.

Exports to United States, 3060

Imports and exports under, qu., 1325, qu.,

1924

Mutton and wool, 832

New Brunswick Farmers' and Dairy-
men's Association, res., 1219
New Zealand, and, 1017
Banking system, 392, 399
British immigration to, 721

Commonwealth government bank, 392
Dairy products, duty on, 1191
Eggs, imports from, 3006
Immigration, 2564, 2570

Iron and steel duties, 3261

London building, 3504

Naturalization regulations, 2548

Non-British population, 2563

Automobiles. See also speeches on Address;
Budget; Highways; Tourist Traffic

Assembling of parts in Canada, 1262
Duties, 163, 312, 624, 971, 976, 1071, 1109,

1138, 1145, 1154, 1767

Engines and parts, imports, 643

Europe, export to. See European countries

Excise tax, 1076, 1858

Remission, 3625

Sales tax, and, 1858

Expenditure on, 306

Ford car prices, 867

Ford Motor Company, production, 920
Ford tractor plant at Walkerville, 1156
General Motors Corporation, 1856
Gotfredson Corporation, 1156
Government, 2921, 4043

Officials, use by, 3843
Imports and exports, 991, 1241

Industry, 698, 707, 713, 919, 1155, 1763, 2118, 3260. See also discussion on European Countries, Commercial Treaty Drop forging plants, 1155 Employment, 920

Level crossings, and, 2438

Motor trucks, duty, 1767

Ottawa parking regulations, 2350

Parts, imports of, 1262

Prices, 1077, 3445

Canada and United States, in, 1076

Prince Edward Island car ferry, carried on, qu., 2047

Purchase of abroad, 971

Sales tax, 1140, 1858

Refund to dealers, 1277

Spring and axle steel, 3260

Tops, wheels and bodies, 2128

Trucks

Duty, 1767

New, entered as second-hand, 1156

United States owned, in Canada, 1155-6

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service, 788

Public air terminal, 2

Royal Canadian Air Force, 3765
Transatlantic flights, co-operation in, 1451
Transcontinental Airways, Limited, 4069
Vancouver landing facilities, 994

Backus, Mr. E. W., grants to, 102
Bags, customs duty, 1541

Baie St. Paul, Que., post office, 2633

Bailey's Brook, N. S., repairs to pier, 2935 Baldwin, Right Hon. Stanley. See Great Britain

Baldwin, Mr. W. K. (Stanstead) Budget, 681. Economy in public expenditure; repatriation of Canadians; sales tax; political union with West Indies and Newfoundland, 682; preferential tariff within the empire; Hudson bay railway; St. Lawrence waterway; Chi

Baldwin, Mr. W. K.-Con. Budget-Con.

cago drainage canal; export of power to United States; immigration problem, 683; unemployment in United States; spending money before it is rereceived; Sir Henry Thornton, 684 Naturalization Act Amdt. bill, 2748

Baldwin Divorce Bill. See Private Bills Discussed

Baldwin Steel Company, 975

“Baldy" Robb. See Athabaska Election

Baled Hay. See Hay and Straw Inspection
Bancroft, Mr. L. P. (Selkirk)
Address in reply, 79. Natural resources of

Manitoba; Hudson bay railway, 79;
selection of Churchill as terminus;
navigability of Hudson strait; lake
Winnipeg fisheries; advisory seed
board, 80; embargo on pulpwood cut
on crown lands; binder twine, 81;
tariff advisory board, 82

Binder twine, 81-2, 465, 1173, qu., 1925 Black Island, Manitoba lake, wharf, 3127 Budget, 1173. Binder twine industry; Brant

ford Cordage Company; tariff history of binder twine industry in Canada; twine and cordage combine; Farmers' Binder Twine Company, 1173; Plymouth Cordage Company; Consumers' Cordage Company; rope twine manufacture; decreased market for maritime rope and cordage products; duties on rope, 1174; import of twine from Holland and Germany; Canadian export of binder twine to Russia; decrease of imports from the United States; free trade and binder twine prices; improvement in quality of Canadian binder twine; production, imports and exports of binder twine from 1895 to 1928, 1176; expansion of industry under free trade, 1177

Canadian Horticultural Council, 451 Dominion Elections Act Amdt. bill, 338, 540 Hudson bay, ice conditions, 80, 3734

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Banks and Banking-Con.

Federal bank of rediscount, proposed, 396
Federal reserve bank, 396, 2721
Home bank. See that title

Interlocking directorates, 2721, 2820
Letters of credit, 1200

Loans. See Finance

Mutual savings banks, 2721

National system, M. (Mr. Woodsworth) 387, agreed to as amended, 411; amdt. (Mr. Irvine) 409

Post office savings banks, 401
Savings bank deposits, 6

Accumulation of, 46

Unclaimed bank balances, qu., 1491, qu., 2599

United States banks, Canadians in, 650

Banting, Dr., insulin discovery, 418

Barber, Mr. H. J. (Fraser Valley)
Abbotsford, B.C.

Liquor seizure, qu., 790

Public building, qu., 1555, 2899 Address in reply, 174. Oriental question;

a white British Columbia; Conserva-
tive convention resolution declaring
for oriental exclusion, 174; agree-
ment with Japanese government; de-
tails of oriental occupation of British
Columbia, 175; Asiatic exclusion in
other British dominions, 176

Armistice day, qu., 1093
British Columbia public buildings, 2898
Budget, 1047. Forty minute rule; tax re-

duction; applying income tax to re-
duction of war debt, 1047; reduction
of net debt and increase in railway
indebtedness; increase in public ex-
penditure; result of tariff changes;
budget does not encourage prim-
ary industries; agriculture; dairy-
ing industry and the Australian treaty,
1048; imports and exports of butter;
Fraser valley dairying interests; de-
cline of butter production in prairie
provinces; National Dairy Council
on the Australian treaty; protests
from western dairying organizations,
1049; poultry industry; imports of
eggs from the United States, 1050;
nurserymen and the production of
young fruit trees; imports of rose
bushes and shrubs, fresh fruits and
vegetables; imports of apples and new
potatoes, 1051; protection and tariff
stability; immigration, 1052

Class B fairs, 3712

Dehydration experiments, 473

Dumping duty

Amdt. (Mr. Anderson, Halton), 3008

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Nursery stock, duty on, qu., 902, 1051 Oriental situation in British Columbia, 174 Strawberries, competition from United

States, 3301-02

Trail public building, 2898

Barnardo Homes. See Immigration
Barron, Senor Medina, Consul General for
Mexico, 228, 482. See also Mexican
Situation

Barss Corner-New Germany, N.S., mail contract, qu., 614, 2494

Bassham, Mr. L., Annette, Sask., postmaster dismissal, 994, qu., 1555, 1595

Bates, Mr. Alexander, employment in Na-
tional Revenue dept., qu. 2391
Battlefields. See National Battlefields
Battlefields Memorials, 2650, 3778. See also
Monuments and Memorials
Baxter, Hon. J. B. M. See New Brunswick
Beans. See Vegetables

Beatty, Mr. E. W., industrial and economic conditions, 129

Beaubien, Mr. A. L. (Provencher) Address in reply, seconder, 9; equality of the two great races; French settlements in prairie provinces; Mr. Speaker; Winnipeg Conservative convention; selection of Hon. Mr. Bennett; diamond jubilee and visit of two princes; Imperial conference of 1926; Canada's status; League of Nations, 10; establishment of diplomatic service; Dominion-provincial conference; return of natural resources to prairie provinces; sources of wealth in Manitoba; Flin-Flon mineral belt; Hudson bay railway, 11; immigration; progressive policy of the government,

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