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Returns Ordered-Con.

Customs preventive service-Con. Downie, Mr. H. S., dismissal (Mr. Short) 2493

Nova Scotia (Mr. MacNutt) 691 Electric light and power

Export of electric power (Mr. Stewart, Leeds) 385; (Mr. White, London) 1687

Government contracts (Mr. Church) 2601 Englishtown-Ingonish Ferry mail carrier

(Mr. Johnstone, Cape Breton) 880 European immigration agreements (Mr. Adshead) 2048

Exhibitions or fairs, federal grants (Mr. Edwards, Frontenac) 1925

Fire, clearing land by (Mr. Kennedy) 386 Fish duty, imposition or abrogation (Mr. Ernst) 1194

Fisheries commission (Mr. Fraser) 615 Flin Flon Mining Company (Mr. Senn) 2723

Fruit and vegetables, dumping act (Mr. Church) 2367; (Mr. Young, Weyburn) 1926

Government electric light and power contracts (Mr. Church) 2601

Government rentals, Calgary (Mr. Adshead) 3794

Government reports in French and English

(Mr. Parent) 386

Government steamers, coal supplies (Mr.
Smith, Cumberland), 386, 690
Grain and grain trade

Fort William grain exchange building (Mr.
Cowan) 482

Grain in terminal elevators (Mr. Don

nelly, 2393; (Mr. Garland, Bow River) 2394

Shipments (Mr. Stewart, Leeds) 383 Halton Rifles, headquarters (Mr. Anderson, Halton) 1926

Historic sites, marking (Mr. Kennedy) 1773 Hudson bay, expedition, supplies, (Mr.

Black, Halifax) 3601; (Mr. Quinn) 795 Hudson Bay Mining Company (Mr. Senn) 2723

Hudson Bay railway expenditure (Mr. Black, Halifax) 4126

Icebreaking, Fort William and Port Arthur (Mr. Cowan) 2494

Immigration

Assistance to immigrants (Mr. Hocken) 2493

Assisted passages (Mr. Clark) 384
Chinese (Mr. Neill) 384

Families from Great Britain (Mr. Ross,
Kingston) 994

Returns Ordered-Con.

Immigration-Con.

For 1921-1927 (Mr. Church) 385
Immigrants in 1927 (Mr. Evans) 993
Japanese (Mr. Neill) 384

McConachie case (Mr. Ross, Kingston)

1093

Oriental (Mr. McQuarrie) 1194 Imported manufactured products (Mr. Fansher, Lambton) 690

Imports from Great Britain (Mr. Cahan) 2365

Indian agents, Nova Scotia (Mr. Cantley) 2162

Inquiries for, 796, 2494, 2626, 2773, 3061 Interior dept., Smith investigation (Mr. Spencer) 2837

Judges' salaries and pensions (Mr. Campbell) 386

Labonté, Mr. Valère (Mr. Gott) 1556
Lake St. Francis power (Mr. Cahan) 1194
Law firms, Quebec city, employment (Mr.
Cahan) 2493

League of Nations, expenses of delegates (Mr. Church) 1926

Legal services, payments for (Mr. Garland, Bow River) 482

Lightkeepers, medals awarded to, (Mr. Cahan) 2600

Live stock grading (Mr. Kennedy) 386 Mahone Bay-Church Lake mail route (Mr. Ernst) 544

Manitoba Paper Company (Mr. Bissett)

3794

Manzerolle, W. P., Shippigan, N.B., customs
collector (Mr. Hanson) 1775
Massena, N.Y., water diversion (Mr. Stewart,
Leeds) 386

National research council (Mr. Kennedy) 482

National Revenue department

Saulnier, A. P., dismissal (Mr. Short)

2493

Seizures (Mr. McQuarrie) 880

Natural resources, western provinces (Mr. Church) 482

New Germany-North River, N.S.. mail contract (Mr. Ernst) 2494

Nova Scotia

Indian agents (Mr. Cantley) 2162
Legal fees (Mr. Ernst) 615

Mail carrier routes (Mr. Smith, Cumberland) 795

Political partisanship investigation (Mr. Cantley) 1492

Oil regulations (Mr. Garland, Bow River) 1093

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Padstow, Alta. (Mr. Kennedy) 3199 Rockford, Sask. (Mr. Campbell) 386 Western Shore, N.S. (Mr. Ernst) 544 Ypres, Sask. (Mr. Campbell) 2723 Postal service (Mr. Church) 3300 Postmasters

Enterprise, Ont. (Mr. Edwards, Frontenac) 1775

Hyas Sask. (Mr. Campbell) 386
Joliette, Que. (Mr. Cahan) 795
Odessa, Ont. (Mr. Edwards, Frontenac)
1775

St. Paul du Buton, Que. (Mr. Cahan) 795

Wabamun, Sask. (Mr. Campbell) 2048 Postmasters, dismissals

Annette, Sask. (Mr. Campbell) 994 Birch Grove, N.S. (Mr. Macdougall) 1688

Cap St. Ignace (Mr. Cahan) 795, 2261 Conquerall Banks, N.S. (Mr. Ernst) 544 Dalem Lake-Boularderie, N.S. (Mr. Johnstone) 544

Drobot, Sask. (Mr. Campbell) 482

Fort Pelly, Sask. (Mr. Campbell) 386
Fraser's Mills (Mr. Macdougall) 1492
Inverness county (Mr. Macdougall) 2723
Ivera Farm, N.S. (Mr. Johnston) 880
Kamsack, Sask. (Mr. Campbell) 482
Lafleche, Sask. (Mr. Ernst) 1492
New Brunswick (Mr. Price) 615
North River, N.S. (Mr. Ernst) 2494

Nut Mountain, Sask. (Mr. Campbell) 386
Ohsweken, Ont. (Mr. Smoke) 2261
Renata, B.C. (Mr. Esling) 615

Returns Ordered-Con.

Postmasters, dismissals-Con.

St. Front, Sask. (Mr. Campbell) 386 Sheho, Sask. (Mr. Campbell) 482 Prairie provinces, ownership of lands (Mr. Edwards, Frontenac) 1580

Public buildings, fuel (Mr. MacDonald, Cape Breton South) 1190

Radio

Broadcasting stations (Mr. Charters) 1925; (Mr. Geary) 4126

Cancellation of licenses (Mr. Woodsworth) 2049

Licenses (Mr. Spencer) 1953

Station CKCX, Toronto (Mr. Church) 2366

Railway Belt Water Act (Mr. Fraser) 385 Railway securities (Mr. White, London) 615 Railways, government aid (Mr. Church) 2723 Revenue, subsidies and (Mr. Church) 385 Rideau canal (Mr. Edwards, Frontenac) 1775

Employees (Mr. Garland, Carleton) 1556 Rideau hall, expenditure (Mr. Woodsworth) 384

St. Lawrence waterway (Mr. Church) 2600 School lands files, Alberta (Mr. Garland, Bow River) 3199; (Mr. Kellner) 3199; (Mr. Kennedy) 3199; Lucas) 3199; (Mr. Luchkovich) 3199; (Mr. Speakman) 3199; (Mr. Spencer) 3199

(Mr.

Seven Sisters Falls (Mr. Church) 3794 Shippigan, N.B., wharf (Mr. Hanson) 1687 Soldier settlement (Mr. Clark) 385

Land revaluation (Mr. Speakman) 482 Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, Hunter commission (Mr. Black, Yukon) 1926 South Sault Rapids dam (Mr. Stewart, Leeds) 386

Steamship Frank H. (Mr. Stevens) 2365 Tabled forthwith, insertion in Hansard,

1190

Tariff advisory board (Mr. Spence) 880 Textile imports (Mr. Edwards, Waterloo) 2624

Titles of honour (Mr. Cahan) 2368

Toronto govt. counsel (Mr. Church) 2837 Unemployment insurance (Mr. Brady) 796 Vancouver harbour

Administration (Mr. Stevens) 2365 Ballantyne pier (Mr. Stevens) 2365, 2366 Elevator No. 1 (Mr. Stevens) 2365

Elevator No. 3 (Mr. Stevens) 2366; (Mr. Campbell) 2724

Harbour commission

Budget (Mr. Manion) 1926

Correspondence (Mr. Stevens) 2266

Returns Ordered-Con.

Vancouver harbour-Con.

Harbour commission-Con.

Purchase of property (Mr. Stevens)
2366

Harbour facilities (Mr. Stevens) 2366
Insurance on property (Mr. Stevens) 2366
Lapointe pier (Mr. Stevens) 2365

Spillers' elevator jetty (Mr. Stevens) 2367
Swan, Mr. A. D., engineer, report (Mr.
Stevens) 2365

Terminal railway (Mr. Stevens) 2366 Victory Hosiery Mills (Mr. Morin, St. Hyacinthe) 1093

Wheat grades, inspection (Mr. Coote) 384 Wool and mutton imports and exports (Mr. McGibbon) 2135

Reuters, Limited, news service, 3138

Revaluation of Soldier Lands. See Soldier Settlement

Revelstoke-Golden, B.C., road survey, qu., 790, qu., 2837

Revenue. See also Address; Budget; Customs Tariff Items; Imports and Exports; National Revenue; Protection; Revenue Bills; Taxation; Trade

Budget tables, 505

Collections. See National Revenue; Special
War Revenue

Expenditure and, estimated, 505-06
For 1920-21, and 1927-28, 1267
For 1926-7-8, tables, 505-06
Income tax collections, 1279

Comparison, Canada and United States, 806

Reduction in, 1244

Statistics, 385

Taxation, from, 728. See also Taxation Total consolidated revenue, 1922-1926, 4040

Revenue Bills

1. Customs Tariff, 1927, Amdt. bill Res. 514-24, 1349, 1402, 1434, 1519, 1603, 1631, 1654, 1762, 1855; 1r., 1855; 2r., com., 1855; 3r., 1858

2. Income War Tax Act Amdt. bill Res. 523; 1r., 1768-9; 2r., 1835; com., 1836; 3r. on div.,1846-7

3. Income War Tax Act Amdt. bill 1r., 3107; 2r., com., 3r., 3156

4. Special War Revenue Act Amdt. bill Res., 1858; 1r., 2r., com., 1866; com., 1900; 1986; 3r., 1989

Revenue Department. See National Revenue Department

Revised Statutes of Canada, 2 Amendments not enacted by parliament, incorporation, qu., 2600

Cost, commisisoners, etc., qu., 378, qu., 1555

4067

Printing, binding and distributing, 4068

Revision of the Statutes. See Revised Statutes

Revolvers. See Criminal Code Amdt. Bill,
Possession of Weapons

Rex V. Nadan, Privy Council appeal, 18
Richelieu River, improvements, 3361
Rideau Canal. See Canals

Rideau Hall. See Ottawa

Right of Appeal. See Privy Council
Rimouski, Que.

Dredging, 3362
Wharf repairs, 3364

Rimouski-Montreal air mail, 2, 137, 218

Rinfret, Hon. Fernand (Secretary of State) Amherstburg, Ont.

Port, 3062

Public building, caretaker, 1771 Australian and New Zealand treaties, 1325 Beauharnois Power Company, 1579 British Steel Piling Company bill, 1433 Bronskill, Mr. F. G., 3548, 3793

Butter importations, 502

Canada Weekly Publishing Company, 3546 Canadian navy, 2622

Canadian war records, 1579

Cap St. Ignace postmaster, 2364

Chicoutimi harbour commission, 1324
Civil service commission

Annual report, 2771

Organization branch, 3036

Professional and technical officials, report,

3792

Civil service reclassification, 2360

Technical officers, 2310, 3792 Colchester-Sackville wharf, 3546 Copyright Act amendment, 1978 Cottam, Ont., wharf, qu., 2865 Eggs, imports, 1770

Elections in Alberta, cost, 3792

Ens, Mr. Gerhard, employment, qu., 3061 Federal district commission, 1578

Fisheries commission, 2361

Forest conservation and pathology, 2132 Generals pensions to, 3836

Government commissions, judges, 3188

Rinfret, Hon. Fernand-Con.

Government contracts supervision com-

mittee, 2133

Hochelaga, vessel, 2134

Hunter inquiry, McGregor, Mr. Alex., coun-
sel fees, 2863

Hyde, Mr. J. Reid, employment, 1324
Industrial property, protection, 4068
International copyright convention, 2310
International copyright office, 4068
Jasper park, paving, 3296
Joliette postmaster, 902
King's printer, qu., 3792

Kingsville, Ont., post office, 2866
Kyte, Mr. George W., 1580
Legal services, payments, 1091
Liquor statistics, 2361

Liverpool, N.S., public building employees,
qu., 689

Logan, Mr. John D., archives staff, 3794
Macdonald, Mr. Arthur, political partisan-
ship investigation, 1950

Maritime claims commission, 2361
Millspaugh patent bill, 1431, 2860
Naturalization Act Amdt. bill, 107, 2531,
2545, 2578, 2594, 2727, 2783, 2841
Statement by Chief Justice Meredith,
2725

Normandin, Major A. L., 3547
Norwegian Publishing Company, 3546
Nursery stocks, customs tariff, 902-04
Patent Act Amdt. bill, 41, 339, 431
Patent and Copyright Office, 4068
Pathfinder, yacht, purchase of, 3937
Postal service classification, 3296

Correspondence, 3652

Private cars, payments for, 1090
Public Printing and Stationery
Bill, 336, 357, 440
Dept., 4068
Employees, 3548

Railway mail clerks, classification, 689
Reparations commission, 4067

Amdt. (Mr. Ernst) 3169
Procedure 688

Report, 687, 1094, 1581, 1850, 1951
Tabled, 3293

Rideau canal, expenditure, 2622

Robertson, Mr. R. S., Toronto harbour in-
quiry, 3061

Rowell, Hon. N. W., payments to, 3295
St. Paul du Buton postmaster, 902
Secretary of State, estimates, 1730, 4067
Steamer Pelee, 3545

Table of precedence, 2362

Trade Mark and Design Act Amdt. bill,
41, 342, 434, 566

Rinfret, Hon. Fernand-Con.

Trade with United States, 3295

United States boats on Great lakes, 689
Vigilant, patrol boat, 1579

Riviere Laguere, Quebec, dredging, 3364
Roads. See Highways

Robar, Mr. Howard, North River, N.S., post-
master, dismissal, 2494

Robb, "Baldy". See Baldy Robb

Robb, Hon. J. A. (Minister of Finance)
Administration, reference to, 744
Agricultural implement industry, 2118
Auditor General's report, 2211
Auditors' certificates, 758
Automobile industry, 2118
Bank mergers, 2393

Banking and commerce com. report, 2722
Beauharnois canal, 3366

British Empire Assurance Co. bill, 2112
British preference, labour content, 1660
Brockton, steamer, 4103
Budget, 504. Progress and prosperity in

1927; revenues ample to meet fixed
charges; reduction of debt; public
accounts; audit of balance sheet;
revenues and expenditures, 505; esti-
mated ordinary revenues, 507; surplus
of $54,815,000; net debt reduced by
$38,815,000, 508; revaluation of loans
to soldier settlers; seed grain and re-
lief advances; outstanding public
debt; retirement of maturing loans;
guaranteed securities of Canadian Na-
tional Railways, 509; additions and
betterments; Toronto viaduct; branch
lines; Montreal harbour commission-
ers; Canadian National (West In-
dies) Steamships, Limited; inter-
national trade; imports and exports;
trade with treaty countries, 510;
empire trade; reductions in taxes;
customs tariff reductions in cottons,
woollens, linen, flax and jute pro-
ducts, 511; silk and artificial silk;
textile machinery; other tariff
changes; drawbacks, 512; cost
of production requirements on goods.
under British preferential tariffs;
general tone of optimism; friendly
caution as to the future; expansion
of frontiers; balancing of geographi-
cal groupings of population, 513; re-
duction of expenditure under the 1922
budget, 513-4; taxation readjustment;
measures of relief to basic industries;

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Clothing, 1445

Cotton plushes, 1442

Cotton threads, cord and twine, 1424
Imports, 1395-6

Cotton yarns, 1377, 1388, 1434
Dominion Textile Company,, 1406-07
Household blankets, 1443
Textile trade, views of, 1405
Crude petroleum, 1366, 1763

Disinfecting, dipping or spraying chemi-
cals, 1356
Drawbacks, 791, 1670

Book coverings, 1672

Coal for salt manufacture, 1674
Newsprint paper, 1671

Seamless iron or steel tubing, 1674
Fibre yarns, 1520

Flake calcium chloride, 1354

Formaldehyde, 1360, 1362, 1675, 1762
Hair, haircloth, etc., 1647
Handerchiefs, 1539

Hat bands and trimmings, 1665
Horse blankets, 1443, 1767
Insulating materials, 1374

Robb, Hon. J. A.-Con.
Customs tariff items-Con.
Jute, 1533, 1541

Lace and embroidery, 1540
Marine signal equipment, 1372
Mitts and mittens, 1670
Nickel chromium rods, 1366
Oiled textiles, 1541

Palm and palm kernel oil, 1366
Printing machinery, 1370
Pulp boards, 1349

Silk schedules, 1662

Socks and stockings, 1445, 1661
Surgical dresings, 1366

Vegetable fibre yarns, 1531, 1535

Vegetable fibres, material from, 1519
Wool, camel, alpaca or goat hair, 1604
Woollen schedules, 1625, 1639, 1855
Woollen yarns, 1650, 1654

Customs tariff schedule of comparative
rates, 565, 655

Czechoslovakia, treaty, 1950, 2061, 2098

Dominion notes, 711

Dominion Notes Act Amdt. bill, 369

Dominion Textiles, 1393, 1406

Dumping duty, amdt. (Mr. Anderson, Hal-

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