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Cahan, Mr. C. H.-Con. Budget-Con.

duction, 617; accounts properly kept should show increase in net debt; Canadian National Railway bonds should appear as direct government liabilities, 618; reductions in taxation merely reductions of previous increases; cost of living; volume of taxation undiminished since 1921, 619; increase of customs and excise duties and taxation since 1922; general tariff policy of Conservative party, 620; development of natural resources; preservation and enlargement of domestic and foreign markets; development of Canadian industries; stabilization of costs of living; reduction of tariff; adjustment of British preference; promotion of trade through Canadian ports; economic independence; control of trade and industrial monopolies; Conservative national policy, 621; development of primary and encouragement of secondary industries; industrial production of Canada for 1926; value of domestic markets, 622; development of domestic consumption and restriction of export trade; production in Canada of commodities now imported; agricultural production; adverse alteration in foreign trade; increase in imports of $160,000,000; imports of manufactured goods from United States increasing; export of electrical energy to United States, 623; tariff on automobiles; maintenance of same net protection; producers of primary products suffering; desirability of clarifying existing tariff schedules and the British preference, 624; unbleached and coloured cotton, old and new duties; imports of cotton fabrics, 625; drawbacks; woollen schedules, 626; condition of woollen and worsted cloth mills, 627; worsted yarns; steel and iron industry, 628; reduction in wages and salaries; immigration; necessity for provision of employment for Canadian people, 629; amendment, 630

Debate, 501

Member speaking on main motion after
amendment disposed of, 1329
Press report of, reference to, 710

Business of the house

Divorce bills, first and second readings,

2211

Cahan, Mr. C. H.-Con.

Business of the House-Con.

Hansard, insertion of tables not read, 1348 Notice of motion, procedure on alteration

of, 1688

Private members' days, 501

Supply, amendments, procedure, 2875 Canadian National Railways

Accounts, preliminary statement, 1548 Canadian Northern debenture stock bill, 1835

Canadian National Telegraphs, qu., 1491 Canadian representation at Washington, 3499

Cap Chat wharf, qu., 1687

Cap St. Ignace postmaster, qu., 791, 795, qu., 2261, qu., 2363

Chicago drainage canal, 1581, 1831
M. for papers, 545, 560

Papers, printing, 2596, 3551
Cotton schedules, 1396

Disinfecting, dipping or spraying chemicals,

1356

Divorce bills, procedure, 2236

Dumoulin, Mr. J. W., dismissal, qu., 1772 European countries, commercial treaty, 2101, 2109, 2116

Exchequer Court Act Amdt. bill, 2266
Federal district commission bill, 2382
Fertilizer Act Amdt. bill, 2267

French Canadian corps in Canadian Expeditionary force, 3567

Government inspectors, 2277

Hay and straw inspection bill, 3158
Hudson bay and strait

Aerial survey, 2163
Patrol service, 1734
Immigration, 629

Occupational tests, 51

Report of committee, 3864, 3934
Amendment, 3867
Regulations, 51

Imperial and foreign relations, amdt. (Mr.
Bourassa) 3498

Imperial conference of 1926, 3498

Committee of experts, 126, qu., 376 Imports from Great Britain, 2365

Income War Tax Act Amdt. bill, 1837, 1844
International peace

M. (Miss Macphail) 1785
Treaty, 3109

International sanitary convention, 1954
Isle-aux-Grues mail contract and telephone

system, qu., 3191

Joliette postmaster, 795, qu., 902, 3199 Judges' salaries, M. (Mr. Lapointe) 1511 Labonte, Mr. Valere, qu., 791

Cahan, Mr. C. H.-Con.

Lake St. Francis water powers, 1194, 2626,

2673

Lausanne treaty, 3501

Law firms, Quebec city, employment, 2493 League of Nations, conference, 1057 Lightkeepers, medals awarded to, 2600 McCutcheon divorce bill, 2237

Matane-Ste. Anne des Monts mail service, qu., 1687

National research institute, 424
National Revenue estimates, 3525, 3564
Natural resources, prairie provinces, M.
(Mr. Edwards, Frontenac) 1688
Naturalization Act Amdt. bill, 2594, 2612
Niagara Falls Memorial Bridge Company

bill, 1479, 1526, 1752

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Calder, Mr. R. L., K.C., customs investiga-
tions, 3539
Legal services, 3572

Notre Dame des Bois excise officer, dismissal, Caldwell, Ont., railway station, 1112

qu., 3298, 3525, 3564

Pension Act Amdt. bill, 3116

Political partisanship, dismissals for, 3525-6 Pulpboards, duty, 1349

Quebec harbour commissioners bill, 2141, 2174, 2374

Ratification of treaties, 1956

Reparations commission, amdt. (Mr. Ernst) 3172, 3181

Returns, inquiry for, 2626

Root Vegetables Act Amdt. bill, 2269, 2289 St. Clair Transit Company bill, 1488, 1681, 1683

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Caledonia, N.S., customs-excise office, 1926

Calgary, Alta.

Bennett, Mr., speech in 1927, 54

Bow river encroachments, 3389, 3409
Government rentals, 3794
Grain inspection, 3145
Building, 4107

Inspectors' quarters, 3140

Immigrants, unemployment and, 141
Population, qu., 3198

Public building, 2636, 2887, 4046

Robb, Hon. Mr., statement on income tax, 725, 747

Unemployment of Czechoslovakians, 141
Winnipeg postal employees, 4092

Calgary Colonization Company, 3927
Camp Hill Hospital. See Halifax

Campaign Funds. See Elections; Political
Parties and Groups

Campbell, Mr. Milton N. (Mackenzie)
Adjournment, motion for, 4035
Annette, Sask., postmaster, dismissal, 994,
qu., 1555, 1595

Bell Telephone Company bill, 3087
British Columbia apples, 449
Budget, 806. Proposal of donations towards
reduction of public debt; provincial
income tax system; income tax col-
lections; claims of maritimes and
prairie provinces; natural resources of
the western provinces; undesirability
of centralization of income tax in
central provinces; objections to in-
come tax reductions; farmers and
federal taxes; contribution of farmers
to import and excise duties and sales

Campbell, Mr. Milton N.-Con. Budget-Con.

taxes; percentage of revenue from income tax in Canada and United States, 806; Financial Post and Financial Times on income tax; Prime Minister on income tax; tax collections in 1921-22 and 1927-28, 807-08; inter-imperial trade; effect of budget on cotton industry; cotton yarns; exports to the United Kingdom; undesirability of restricting British exports to Canada; Liberal platform of 1919, 809; appeal to the electors to line up with Liberals; delegation of United Farmers of Saskatchewan respecting agricultural implements; average rate of duty on imports, 810; section 43a of the Customs Act; mixing of grain at terminal elevators; Minister of Immigration on absorption of Progressives by Liberal party; budgets since 1922, 811

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Judges' salaries and pensions, 386
Kamsack, Sask., postmaster, dismissal, 482,
1595

Magazines, duty on, 3577, 3595

Maloneck, Sask., postmaster, qu., 386, qu., 1093, 1195, 1593

Mennonite settlers, 3942
Moses Asiz case, 994
National Revenue department
Bill, 2779

Estimates, 3577

Naturalization Act Amdt. bill, 2533, 2567 Niagara Falls Memorial Bridge bill, 1461 Nut Mountain, Sask., postmaster, 1593 Pensions and National Health dept. bill, 2460

Political patronage, resolutions protesting against, 1596

Poplar Bluff, Sask., postmastership, 386, 1592 Post Office Act Amdt. bill, newspaper ownership, 457

Post Office department, estimates, 3240 Postmasters, dismissals, 386, 482, 1595 Prince Edward Island, coal transportation

contract, qu., 2391

Private bills, 4084

Private members, rules affecting, 2339
Quebec

Citadel, Governor General's quarters, 2664
Harbour commissioners bill, 2149, 2170,

2376

Railway Act Amdt. (grade crossings), 2436 Reference of Mr. Hepburn to, 962

Returns, inquiry for, 796

Rockford, Sask., post office, 386, qu., 1555,

1593

Root Vegetables Act Amdt. bill, 2292, 2297 Rural mail carriers, 3433

St. Front, Sask., postmaster, dismissal, 386, qu., 1555, 1592

Saskatchewan, natural resources, 3200
Seed grain liens, 3855

Sheho, Sask., postmaster, dismissal, 482, 1595
Soldier Settlement Act Amdt. bill, 2977
Soldier settlement lands, qu., 3601
Sun Life Assurance Company bill, 3422
Supply, airing of grievances on, 3562
Tariff advisory board, 4101

Traffic in intoxicating liquors bill, 2482
Validation of orders in council, 2222
Vancouver grain elevators, qu., 1489

Elevator No. 3, 2724
Vermilion wheat, 464

Wheat, moisture content, qu., 1326
Wynyard, Sask., post office building, 2885
Ypres, Sask., post office, 2723

Camrose, Alta., public building, 1147, 2889, 2912

Canada Gazette, public accounts, and, 4101

Canada Grain Act. See also Grain
Administration, 3139
Cost of, 899

Interpretation, qu., 377

Canada Grain Act Amendment Bill (Grading of spring wheat, oats and barley) 1r., 1869; 2r., ref. to Agriculture and Colonization com., 2138

Canada House. See High Commissioner Canada Steamship Company, Burlington channel pier, 3370

Canada Weekly Printing Company, payments to, qu., 3546

Canada Year Book, printing, 3754 Canada's Constitutional Status. See Constitutional Status

Canada's Imperial Relations. See British

North America Act; Constitutional Status; Imperial and Foreign Relations; Imperial Conference

Canada's Participation in War. See Imperial Conference; War; and discussion on International Sanitary Conference Canada's Status. See Constitutional Status; Foreign Relations

Canadian Air Force. See National Defence Canadian Airways Limited, 4070

Canadian Ambassador at Washington. See Legations, Washington

Canadian-American International Bridge Company, bill withdrawn, 3271

Canadian Battlefields Memorials. See National Battlefields

Canadian Building in London. See High Commissioner

Canadian Citizen, definition of, 3603 Canadian Constitutional Studies, Sir Robert Borden on, 57, 95, 125

Canadian Co-operative Wheat Producers, Limited, Quebec port development, 2141

Canadian Cottons, Limited, 121, 716, 1407 Cotton schedules, and, 1394

Canadian Council of Agriculture. See also Progressive Party

Agricultural scientists, 3553-4

Married women, legal domicile, res., 212 Political patronage, abolition of, 3075 Canadian Council on Child Welfare, 3783 Canadian Credit Institute Bill

1r., 686; 2r., 1428; com., 2234; 3r., 2235 Canadian Expeditionary Force. See War Canadian Farm Loan Act, qu., 2161 Salaries and expenses under, 4103 Canadian Fisheries Association, memorandum, 3440

Canadian Furnace Company, 219 Canadian General Electric Company, mining machinery, imports, 954

Canadian Government Merchant Marine. See also Address; Budget; Canadian National Railways; Canals; Freight Rates; Marine and Fisheries; Shipping and Shipbuilding; Steamship Services; Vessels

Annual report, tabled, 1868
Basis of pay, qu., 3442
Canadian Raider, 1761

Coal from United States, bunkering with, 108, 149, 229, 386. See also Coal Estimates, 4036

Loans, 4036

To be applied in payment of deficits, 1757 South America steamship service, 3757 Vessels, sale of, 2823

Canadian High Commissioner. See High Commissioner

Canadian Historic Sites. See Canadian National Parks and Historic Sites

Canadian Horticultural Council, 460
Dumping duty, 2988

Grant to, 446

Canadian Legion of the British Empire
Service League

Brigden, Ont., postmastership, 3234
Empire service league, 2967

International exchange of flags, 3496

Notre Dame des Bois excise officer, 3526, 3564

Canadian Minister at Washington. See Legations, Washington

Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene, grant, 3784

Canadian National Parks and Historic Sites. See also Dominion Forest Reserves and Parks Act

Alienation, legislation respecting, 2215
Ancient fortifications, care of, 2632
Banff park, administration, 3845
British Columbia additions, 1630
Expenditure on, qu., 2258
Forest fires, 2133

Historic sites, marking of, 1773, qu., 2364
Jasper park, paving, qu., 3296
Louisburg, 2652-4

National monument, Connaught place, 3417
Nova Scotia, 3303

Prince Albert park, 3855

Quebec citadel, fortifications, 2650
Water powers, alienation, 3851

Canadian National Railways, 1125. See also
Address; Budget; Canadian Govern-
ment Merchant Marine; Freight
Rates; Grain and Grain Trade;
Maritime Freight Rates Act; Ports;
Railways

Accidents, Anse-à-Giles station, at, 2137 Accounting. See under this title, Finance Accounts, preliminary statement, M. to re

fer to Railways and Shipping com.,
1548

Additions and betterments, 510
Administration, 1112

Advances. See under this title, Finance
Advertising, 2722, 2823

Alberta coal. See Alberta, and under this

title, Coal

Alberta railways, purchase, 2049, 2368
Annual report, 905, 1917

Baxter, Hon. J. B. M., criticism by, 8
Bell Telephone Company rates, 2824

Board of directors. See under this title,
Directors

Branch lines, 66, qu., 690, 4017, 4029, 4146
Cape Breton, extension, 1132
Centreville-Andover, 343

Gaspé-Edmundston, 654

Provision for, 510

Rosedale-Bullpound, 40, 339, 342 St. John and Quebec railway, 343 Sherbrooke-Portland, qu., 2837, 2917 Sturgeon Falls-Field, 615 Buffalo offices, qu., 2962 Caldwell, Ont., station, 1112

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