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National Revenue Department-Con.

Appraisal system-Con.
Appraisers' rulings, 1072

Linters, wags and waste, 1375 Valuation for duty, co-operative societies, amdt. (Mr. Evans) 4127, withdrawn, 4129

Auditors' report on reorganization, 949, 992 Board of customs

Dominion appraisers, etc., salaries, 3532 Magazine duties, 3595

Bronfman liquor interests, prosecutions, 23, qu., 1549, 3534

Business Profits War Tax Act, admn., 3532 Chartering of boats, 3580

Chasse, the late Noel, successor, appointment, 2493

Clarkson report, 3541
Customs and excise

Bates, Mr. Alexander, customs excise

examiner, qu., 2391

Berthier, Que., revenue, qu., 480
Caledonia, N.S., office, 1926
Chicoutimi, Que., revenue, qu., 1323

Church Point, N.S., officer, dismissal, 3582
Collectors, 2775

Digby, N.S., officers, qu., 2963, 3581
Downie, Mr. H. S., dismissal, 2493
Drawbacks

Table, 1316-20

Total amount paid since 1921, 1241 Dumoulin, Mr. J. W., qu., 1772 Duties

Reduction, 1281

Table showing, on implements of production, 1301-15

Increase since 1922, 620
Employees, dismissals, 3564
Excise tax. See also Taxation
Alcohol, tax on, 1357

Automobiles, remission, 3625
Cigarettes, on, 168

Liquor tax, 669, 2361

Taxes, 164

Fines for federal exchequer, 742
Galt collector of customs, qu., 1554
Inquiries, 701

Labonte, Mr. Valere, St. Joseph de Beauce,

officer, dismissal, qu., 791, 1556 Manzerolle, Mr. W. P., Shippigan sub

collector, dismissal, qu., 1772, 1775 Montreal examining warehouse, 1747 New Glasgow, N.S., collector, 3596 Notre Dame des Bois, officer, dismissal, qu., 3299, 3525, 3564

Port Mouton, N.S., officer, 1926
Prosecutions, 3532

Regulations at border points, 164

National Revenue Department-Con. Customs and excise-Con.

Revenue, increased, due to customs investigations, 662

Saulnier, Mr. P. A., dismissal, 2493 Special investigating officers, 2775 Urquhart, Mr. William, employment, qu., 2598

Valuation for duty

Co-operative societies, and, amdt. (Mr.
Evans), 4127, withdrawn, 4129
Fixing, 2814

New trucks from United States as
second-hand, 1156

Violations under Customs Act, qu., 3546 Customs entry ports, 145, 164 Reduction of, 206, 3594

Customs Inquiry Commission, 3532-3. See
I also that title

Customs preventive service
Alberta chief officer, 795
Appointments, 2365

Cape Breton West-Richmond officers, qu., 2363

Crowdis, J., Louisburg, N.S., qu., 2362
Elliott, Albert, appointment, qu., 2135
Inverness county, qu., 2837
Kempton, Sergeant, qu,, 2360
Nova Scotia, 691.

Ports of entry, qu., 1924

Patrol boats, 3581

Patrol boat "G," qu., 1548
Sub-chaser Baroff, qu., 2599

Vigilant, qu., 1579, 3580, 3602, 3625
Order in council, 3627-28

Papers tabled, 3603

Preventive officers, 2775

Salaries, etc., 3532

Secret preventive service, 3532

Seizures, etc., qu., 378, 880

Admiral Beatty, schooner, qu., 2261,

3589

Bujold, Clovis, liquor, qu., 2365

Kennedy, steamer, 1892, 1917

Nova Scotia legal fees, 615

Wines and spirits, 1923-1927, qu., 2723 Selection and appointment, advisory com

mittee report, 3017

Estimates, 3525, 3564, 3625

Extracts from report of Customs Inquiry

Commission, 3532-3

Income War Tax Act, 1917, admn., 3532

Literature, immoral or seditious, 3575

Minister of, references to, 692, 731

Officers, appointment and salaries, 1848 Printing and stationery, 3532

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Natural Resources-Con.

Alienation, 70

Conscription in time of war, M. (Mr. Irvine) 1568

Depletion of, 15

Development, 658, 728

Canadians, by, 700

Failure to manufacture, 1187 Manitoba, 79, 132

Maritime provinces, 153

Natural gas, 3832

Peace river country. See that title

Prairie provinces, 2, 11, 17, 65

M. (Mr. Edwards, Frontenac) 1688, withdrawn, 1693

Raw materials

Export of, 162, 848, 1187
United States, to, 642
Manufacture of, 285

United States capital in, 637
Scientific development, 1294
War, and, 1710

Water powers. See that title

Western provinces, return to, 156, 482, 806, 2094, 2222, 3199

School lands, 2094. See also Alberta Naturalization. See also Immigration Act Amdt. Bill

Imperial Naturalization Act of 1914, 3503 Statement by Chief Justice Meredith, 2725

Naturalization Act Amendment Bill (Simplifying procedure for obtaining certicates)

1r., 107; 2r., 2531-41 on div., com., 2541; 2543, 2578, 2602, 2727, 2783; M. (Mr. Rinfret) for 3r., amdt. (Mr. Bennett) 2841, neg. on div., 2843; 3r., 2844

Naval Defence. See National Defence; War
Naval Disarmament Conference, 1712
Naval Service. See National Defence

Navigation. See also Hudson Bay; Marine and Fisheries; Shipping and Shipbuilding; St. Lawrence Waterway; Steamship Services; Vessels

Aerial. See Aviation

Great lakes disasters, 986, 3370, 3492, 3604
Hudson bay and strait. See Hudson Bay
Legislation affecting, 2025

Lights and aids to navigation, 3687
Opening of, qu., 2363

St. Lawrence river, 1735-9. See also that title

Near East Crisis of 1922, 1714. See also Chanak Incident

Neill, Mr. Alan W. (Comox-Alberni)
Acoustics of chamber, 2920
Address in reply, 334. National coal

policy; British Columbia coal pro-
blem, 335; competition with United
States fuel oil; bonus to Alberta coal
industry, 336

Alberta coal, transportation rate, 336, 1450
Bounties on copper rods, 2900
British Columbia

Coal problem, 334-6

Freight rate, qu., 1769

Fishing industry, 3701
Licenses, 3550

Poultry industry, 2996

Public buildings, 2899 Budget, 1015. Australian treaty; oleomargarine and butter, 1015; results of Australian treaty in British Columbia; increase in export trade of thirty per cent; exports of fish and paper; the egg industry; resolutions of National Dairy Council; Patterson bonusing scheme, 1016; abolition of Australian treaty as applied to New Zealand; immigration; the oriental question, 1017; cheap labour; assisted passages; British immigration; quota law with regard to European immigration, 1018; the open door and the quota system; emigration to United States; immigration and population, 1019; limitation of speeches by forty minute rule, 1020

Debate, forty minute rule, 1020, 1153 Canada House, 3505

Employees, qu., 377

Chinese immigration, 384

Coal transportation, qu., 1769, 3821
Copper Bounties Act Amdt. bill, 1864
Deep Sea Fisheries Act, 3701

Dumping duty, amdt. (Mr. Anderson, Hal

ton) 2996

Fisheries Act of 1914, interpretation, 3694
Fisheries, separate deputy minister, 3694
Forty minute rule, 1020, 1153
Government supplies, purchase, 3847
Government vessels, crews, uniforms, qu.,
3545, 3615

Hay and straw inspection bill, 2981, 3156
High Commissioner's office, 3505
Hydrographic surveys, 3616
Immigration of miners, 375, 1855

Industrial and International Relations com.

report, 3495, 3545

Unemployment insurance, 3791 Interior dept. estimates, 3847

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Neill, Mr. Alan W.-Con.

International peace, M. (Miss Macphail) 1780

Life-saving service, 3612

Lightkeepers, annual leave and salaries 3682-5

Lignite and bituminous coal, M. (Mr Kaiser) 486

Locomotives for logging companies, 1367 Natural resources of prairie provinces, M (Mr. Edwards, Frontenac) 1689 Naturalization Act Amdt. bill, 2739 Niagara Falls Memorial Bridge Company bill, 1474, 1482

Notice of motion, alteration of, 1689
Pacific Great Eastern Railway, qu., 3299
Passports, 2513

Peace river country lands, transfer, qu., 2135
Pelagic sealing treaty, qu., 3443
Pilchard industry, 3703

Reduction plants, 3616

Private bills, refund of fees, 3060
Privilege

Forty minute rule, 905

House of Commons rules, adoption, 2369 Pulverized coal, test of, M., 1563 Quathiaskia Cove wharf, 3405 Railway belt lands, transfer, qu., 2135 Root Vegetables Act Amdt. bill, 2276 Rural postmasters, commissions, 2263 Sea fisheries, development, qu., 3443 Seeds Act Amdt. bill, 1981 Sheep-raising industry, 1623 Soldier settlement, 3996

Cost under Act, qu., 1551

Soldier Settlement Act Amdt. bill, 2794, 2811, 2978

Thanksgiving day, observance, 3653
Trail public building, 2900
Unemployment insurance, 3791

M. (Mr. Heaps) 1495

Women, eligibility to sit in Senate, 2311

Netherlands, trade treaty with, 719

New Brunswick. See also Maritime Claims Commission; Maritime Provinces Agricultural products, 745

Baxter, Hon. J. B. M., Premier, criticism of Canadian National Railways, 8

Geological survey, qu., 481

Harbours and rivers, 3123

Indians, 1742

Industries, 813

Postmasters, dismissals, 615

Propaganda to belittle findings of Duncan

report, 273

Provincial subsidy, 4102

Public buildings, 611, 2911

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Newspaper Ownership. See Post Office Act Amdt. Bills

Newspapers. See Press

Newsprint. See Pulp and Paper

Niagara Falls, Ont., public building, 2669

Niagara Falls Memorial Bridge Company Bill

1r., 107; 2r., ref. to railway com., 360; com., 1451-57, 1524, 1678; M. for 3r. (Mr. Pettit), 1750; amdt. (Mr. Heaps), 1750 agreed to; amdt. (Mr. Irvine), 1750 neg. on div., 1754-5; com., 2801; M. (Mr. Pettit) for 3r., 2857; M. for previous question (Mr. Spotton) agreed to on div., 2858; 3r., on div., 2858; fees refunded, 3396

Niagara Gorge Bridge Company Bill, fees refunded, 1243

Niagara River, sand shoal, 3606

Nickel. See Mines and Minerals

Nipissing Central Railway Company Bill,

2577

Nipissing Lake Levels, 2724, 2773
Non-Ferrous Metals, imports, 643, 987

Noon Gun, firing of, 2917

Noranda, Que., town officials, 3358

Normandin, Major A. L., qu., 3547
North Oxford, constituency, 265

North River, N.S., postmaster, dismissal, 2494
North Sydney, N.S., public building, 610
North Vancouver rifle range, 3779

Northern Electric Company. See Bell Telephone Company

Northern Ontario. See Ontario

Northwest Canada Conference Evangelical

Church Bill

1r., 1346; M. for 2r. stands, 1430; 2r., 1489; com., 3r., 2235

Northwest Territories
Fur licenses, 3829
Government of, 3778
Estimates, 3828
Indians, 1743, 3825
Opening up of, 1217
Prospecting rights. 1580

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