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Bradette, Mr. J. A. (North Timiskaming) Address in reply, 176. Diamond jubilee of confederation; St. Lawrence waterway, 176; Georgian bay canal; immigration; winter conditions; immigrants sending earnings out of country; keeping young people on the farms, 177; importation of fruits and vegetables; seasonal employment in northern Ontario; reduction of national debt; expenditure on public buildings; Toronto customs house; experimental farm at Kapuskasing; taxation of railway properties for municipal and school purposes, 178; notice of motion, and letter from the Clerk of the House of Commons; memorial of town of Cochrane, 179-180; letter of Hon. Senator Robertson and Mr. Irvine, M.P.; Hon. Frank Cochrane on taxation of railway property; Hon. Mr. Ferguson and special grant for railway taxation, 181; Northland Post; correspondence with Canadian National Railways; Right Hon. Mr. Meighen on railway amalgamation, 182; Sir Thomas White; municipal and provincial taxation of railways, 183 Canadian National Railways, municipal taxation, 178-183, 3517, 4010 Interprovincial and James Bay Railway Company bill, 1430

Mining industry, tariff changes, 1358, 1369 Pulpwood exports, 3950

Railway property, municipal taxation, 178183, 3517, 4010

Bradlaugh Case, 366

Brady, Mr. J. C. (Skeena)

Address in reply, 159. Ministers to France and Japan; return of natural resources to Alberta and British Columbia railway lands, 159; era of prosperity; duty of opposition; work of parliament turned over to commissions; Duncan commission; immigration. 160; population of British Columbia and New Zealand; increase of transportation facilities in western Canada, 161

Anyox-Alice Arm mail contract, qu., 795
Bankruptcy Act Amdt. bill, 375, 542
British Columbia, 159, 943

Experimental farms, 2908

Public works, 3398

Telephone and telegraph lines, 3430

Brady, Mr. J. C.-Con.
Budget, 940. Budget not in keeping with
spirit of Canadian people; prosperity
not general or widespread, 940; keep-
ing our people in Canada; immigra-
tion and natural resources; education
and emigration, 941; immigration and
intelligence tests; deportation of child
after test; British Columbia mining
and fishing industries, 942; the gov-
ernment and the working classes;
Prince Rupert fishing shelter; conges-
tion at Stewart wharves; natural re-
sources of central British Columbia;
development of ports, 943; income
tax, 944

Canadian National Railways
Earnings, qu., 2048

Halibut shipment, shortage of cars, 3796
Debate, forty-minute rule, 1153
Divorce committee, evidence, 2212
Emigration to the United States, 2679
Experimental farms, 575, 2908
External Affairs, estimates, 3504
Federal district commission bill, 2344
Immigration, 942, 3887
Indians, education, 3828

Teachers' salaries, qu., 2162
Lightkeepers, annual leave, 3683
Motion picture bureau, 3754
Peace river railway outlet, 4005
Pensions and National Health dept. bill,
2453, 2460

Postmasters, dismissal, qu., 791
Petitions and parliament, 3395
Prince Rupert, 943

Fishermen's float, 3400

Fishing shelter, 943

Halibut shipment, car shortage, 3796
Port, 2148

Public building, qu., 380, 2901

Queen Charlotte islands steamship ser-
vice, 3756

Range-finding facilities, qu., 1092
Public works

Estimates, 2679, 3395, 3398

Patronage, in, 3398

Skeena, 2679

Quebec harbour commissioners bill, 2148
Returned soldiers, hospital treatment, 2455
Rural mail service, 3437

Smithers, B.C., postmastership, qu., 1093
Soldiers' advisers, 2456

Unemployment insurance fund, 795

Bran and Shorts. See Milling Industry

Branch Lines. See Canadian National Rail

ways

Brandy Pot, Que., lightkeeper, 3674, 3681

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British Mining and Metallurgical Congress, meeting, 647

British North America Act, 127. See also

Confederation; Constitutional Status;
Imperial Conference; Dominion-pro-
vincial Conference; Jurisdiction;
Privy Council, Appeals

Aliens, jurisdiction, 3359

Amendment of, 127, 302, 1970

Constitution, power to amend, 78-9
Direct taxation, and, 892
Harbours, jurisdiction, 2939

Judicial, administrative or municipal matters, 2054

London treaty, and, 192
Marine hospitals, 1972

Maritime provinces subsidies, and, qu., 480
Naturalization, jurisdiction, 2612

Navigation, shipping and quarantine, 1972 Nova Scotia representation, 796

Obligations under treaties, 1973

Quarantine, 1971, 3781

Representation of provinces, 1831

British North America Act-Con. Resolutions involving public expenditure. 3314

Taxation, and, 725

Treaties, jurisdiction. See Treaties; also their respective titles

Treaty-making powers, 2057. See discussion on Imperial and Foreign Relations Unemployment insurance, 3791

War and peace, jurisdiction, 1695 Women, eligibility to sit in Senate, amendment, 2311, 4164

Works for the general advantage of Canada. See discussion on Niagara Falls Memorial Bridge bill

British Preference, 98, 143, 632, 726, 803, 1210. See also discussion on Address; Budget; Customs Tariff Items; Great Britain; Trade; Treaties; and also the various individual trade treaties under their several titles

Adjustment of, 620

British labour content, 644, 768, 1288, 1661 Increase, 513

Budget proposals, and, 736

Cotton schedules, 624

Czechoslovakia, convention, and, 2098

Empire labour content, 893, 1080, 1098, 1288. See also under this title, British labour content

Spread under, 1521

Tariff reductions, 512-23
Tobacco, on, 166
Undermining of, 843
Woollen industry, 813

British Steel Piling Company, Limited, Bill 1r., 107; 2r., com., 1433; 3r., 1434 British West Indies. See West Indies

Broadcasting. See Radio

Brockton, steamer, sale of cargo, 4103

Bronfman Interests, customs investigations, 23, 1549, 3534

Bronskill, Mr. F. G., qu., 3548, qu., 3793 Brown, Mr. J. L. (Lisgar) Address in reply, 161. Canada fairly prosperous, 161; Canadian Pacific Railway pamphlet on agricultural and industrial progress in Canada; binder twine industry; export duty on pulpwood; conservation of timber resources, 162; volume of taxation; reduction of duty on automo

Brown, Mr. J. L.-Con. Address in reply-Con.

biles; Minister of Railways and Hud-
son bay railway, 163; selection of
Churchill as terminus; customs regu-
lations; reduction in customs entry
ports; excise taxes; research work;
salaries of technical men in the civil
service, 165

Bell Telephone Company bill, 3093
Budget, 1036. Cost of farmers' equipment

and material; Mr. Drury and the
price of hammers; prices of tools in
Canada and the United States; Wool-
worth stores, prices, 1036; United
Grain Growers and binder twine
prices; income tax, 1037; tax reduc-
tion; distinction between volume and
rate of taxation; pension problem;
attributability to service; suggested
alliance of Progressives and Conserva-
tive party; McNary-Haugen bill;
tariff proposals; crude petroleum,
1038; Imperial Oil Company; tariff
advisory board, application of oil
companies; political parties and the
balance of power theory; right of
house to decide when government de-
feated; legislative program of 1926
and 1927, 1039; board of strategy;
groups in early Canadian political his-
tory, 1040; compromise the essence of
democratic government; attitude of
Liberal-Progressives; the ginger group,

1042.

Debate, forty-minute rule, 1152
Copper Bounties Act Amdt. bill, 1864
Druker divorce bill, 2575

Grading of wheat, M. (Mr. Millar) 539
Grain grading and inspection, 3142
Hay and straw inspection bill, 3160
Income War Tax Act Amdt. bill, 1842
Liquor, excise duties, 3575

Motions affected by closing rule, 1492
Northwest Canada Conference Evangelical
Church bill, 1430, 1489

Penalty of the lash, M. 1794, 4065
Political partisanship, dismissals for, 3528
Private bills

Committee, report, 3396
Refund of fees, 3599

Pulp board, imports, 1353

Seed control, 461

Sheep-raising industry, 1546

Tariff advisory board, evidence, 796
Trent canal, 3323

Brussels, Ont., post office building, 2672

Budget. See also Customs Tariff; Taxation; Ways and Means

Amendment (Mr. Cahan), 630, neg., 1321-2 Amendment to amendment (Mr. Fansher. Lambton), 704, neg., 1320-1

Annual financial statement of Minister of Finance, 504

Date of bringing down, announcement, 501 Debate, 616, 655, 692, 712, 748, 796, 837, 882, 906, 950, 995, 1047, 1094, 1154, 1196, 1243, 1328

Forty minute rule, 1152. See also House of Commons, Debate

Precedence, 501

Effect on private bills, 2211 Resuming after amendments disposed of, 1328

Speakers: Messrs. Adshead, 722; Anderson (Halton), 975; Anderson (High Park), 704; Arthurs, 748; Auger, 1224; Baldwin, 681; Bancroft, 1173; Barber, 1047; Beaubien, 767; Bell (St. Antoine), 1031; Bennett, 1243; Bird, 1113, 1114; Blatchford, 1215; Bourassa, 1094, 1328; Bourgeois, 743; Boys, 1000; Brady, 940; Brown, 1036; Cahan, 616; Cahill, 1124; Campbell, 806; Cantley, 882; Cayley, 685; Church, 674; Clark, 717; Coote, 1074; Cotnam, 944; Cowan, 980; Denis (St. Denis), 875; Dickie, 649; Dionne, 652; Dunning, 887; Edwards (Waterloo), 731; Edwards (Frontenac), 851; Embury. 1147; Ernst, 812; Esling. 1138; Evans, 736:; Fansher (Lambton), 701; Fansher (Last Mountain), 670; Fraser, 986; Geary, 1020; Gershaw, 1179; Girouard, 857; Glen, 995; Gott, 923; Guérin, 1235; Guthrie, 1119; Hall, 752; Harris, 641; Heaps, 635; Hepburn, 960; Hocken, 894; Howard, 1133; Ilsley, 1084; Irvine, 1025; Johnstone (Cape Breton), 770; Kaiser, 1238; Kellner, 864; Kennedy, 950; King (Kootenay), 907; King, Mackenzie, 1264; Ladner, 1210; Laflamme, 1196; Lang, 826; Langlois, 1105; Lapierre, 646; Lapointe, 1052; Lavigueur, 663; Lucas, 1143; Luchkovich, 771; MacDonald (Cape Breton South); Macdonald (Kings), 784; Macdonald (Richmond-Cape Breton), 1127; Macdougall, 913; MacLaren, 1177; MacLean (Prince), 778; MacNutt, 1181; Macphail, 837; McGibbon, 697; McIntosh, 801; McMillan, 712; McQuarrie, 1100; McRae, 1162; Malcolm, 844; Maloney, 1108; Manion, 654, 655; Matthews, 796; May

Budget-Con. Debate-Con. Speakers-Con.

bee, 872; Morin (Bagot), 1150; Motherwell, 1204; Neill, 1015; Odette, 918; Peck, 1185; Perley, 1199; Pettit, 1235; Pouliot, 665; Prévost, 818; Price, 1219; Quinn, 1229; Ralston, 1007; Raymond, 1063; Robb, 504; Robinson, 1154; Ross (Kingston), 822; Rowe, 829; Ryckman, 757; Ryerson, 869; St. Pere, 1158; Sanderson, 692; Senn, 1169; Sinclair (Wellington), 1080; Smith (Cumberland), 1058; Smoke, 834; Speakman, 630; Spence, 1068; Spencer, 898, 906; Spotton, 935; Stewart (Leeds), 726; Stinson, 859; Stirling, 930; Thompson, 985; Tolmie, 955; Tummon, 968; White (London), 970; Woodsworth, 762

Main motion (Mr. Robb), agreed to, 1336-7
Amendment (Mr. Cahan), neg., 1321-2
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Fansher, Lamb-
ton), neg., 1320-21

Press comments on, 764
Speech, 504

Surplus. See also speeches on the Budget
Announcement, 508

Tariff changes, 511-24, 565

Buffalo

Ranchers, applications from, 3842

Wainwright herd, 3829

Wood buffalo herd, 3828

Buffalo, N.Y.

Canadian National Railway offices, 2962
Canadian wheat, milling at, 986
Milling industry, 862, 1237

Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Company, terminal, 2149

Building Construction. See also Industries Bank buildings, 2638

Boom, 644

Border cities in, 920

Hotels, 644, 646

Increase in, 6, 34

Sales tax on, 1140

Buildings. See Canadian National Railways; Ottawa; Parliament Buildings; Public Buildings

Bureau of Standards, 2075

Bureau of Statistics. See Dominion Bureau Burial of Indigent Soldiers. See Soldiers

Burlington Channel Bridge. 3426

Pier, 3369

Burnhall Fuel-Saving Device, 2910

Burns and Company, Limited, Interior dept. supplies, 3845, 3848

Burnt Church, N.B., wharf repairs, 3123

Business of the House. See House of Com

mons

Butter. See Dairying Industry
Cabinet. See Government

Cables. See Telegraphs, Telephones and
Cables

Cadet Services and Training. See National Defence

Cahan, Mr. C. H. (St. Lawrence-St. George) Address in reply, 122. Inter-imperial rela

tions; equality of status; legislative jurisdiction of Great Britain, 123; Territorial Waters Jurisdiction Act; restrictions to legislative jurisdiction of Canada; Colonial Laws Validity Act, 124; constitutional crisis in 1926; Sir Robert Borden on the constitution; imperial conference resolutions; Merchant Shipping Act, 125; committees proposed by Imperial Conference report; Lord Milner on continuance of the British Empire, 126; power to amend constitution; British North America Act, 127 Agriculture com. report, 2934 Immigration, 3864

Agriculture, jurisdiction, 2267-8 Arthabaska, Que., illicit liquor cases, qu., 3191

Athabaska election, M. (Mr. Garland, Bow
River), 1819

Bankruptcy Act Amdt. bill, 543
Beauharnois Power Company, 4172
Beaupre, Que., wharf, qu., 3192

Bell Telephone Company bill, 3038, 3092
Bovine tuberculosis, compensation, qu., 4171
British North America Act, maritime sub-
sidies, and, qu., 480

Budget, 616. Duty of opposition in relation to budget; statements of Sir Henry Thornton, 616; public debt and railway indebtedness; auditing of public accounts; Canadian National Railways, long term indebtedness; liability for cash advances; net debt re

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