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Clark, Mr. J. A. (Vancouver-Burrard)
British preference, 1413
Budget, 717. Method of arriving at surplus;
net debt and Canadian National Rail-
way guarantees, 717; increase of ex-
penditures since 1925; farmers and
the budget; no reduction in the cost
of living; employees in industrial
establishments, 1915-20; many in-
dustries destroyed since government
took office; reduction in taxation and
so-called "people's budget "; income
tax reduction; the Minister of Immi-
gration, 718; sales tax; trade rela-
tions within the empire; trade treaties
with foreign countries; reduction of
favourable trade balance; treaties
with Australia, New Zealand, France,
British West Indies, Japan, Italy and
the Netherlands; immigration, 719;
emigration of Canadians to the
United States; Canadians returning,
720; sources of immigration; British
immigation to Australia; immigration
of British settlers into Canada; racial
complexion of Canadian people chang-
ing; Quebec and immigration policies,
721; desirability of further British
immigration, 722

Canteen funds disposal bill, 439
Chicago drainage canal, 559-60

Civil service, returned soldiers, preference, 3027, 3065

Czechoslovakia, treaty with, 2062
Emigration to the United States, 1291
Flake calcium chloride, 1355

Immigration, assisted passages, 384

Martin patent bill, 3777

Militia Pension Act Amdt. bill, 2022, 2033

Morning sittings, 2867

National Health and Veterans' Welfare dept,

bill, 1909, 2012-19, 2786

National Revenue dept. bill, 2777, 3027, 3065
Naturalization Act Amdt., 2729, 2735, 2763
North Vancouver rifle range, 3779

Peace river country, settlers' rates, 184
Pension Act Amdt. bill, 2774, 3046
Pensions and National Health dept. bill,
1909, 2012, 2019, 2786

Reparations commission
Amdt. (Mr. Ernst), 3168
Report, qu., 687, 1094
Soldier settlement, 385

Bill, 2794, 2803, 2979
Soldiers' advisers, 2788

Supply, amendments, procedure, 2875
Sutton, Que., post office, 3398

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Coal-Con.

Duties. See Customs Tariff Items
Freight rates, 250, 3819. See also that title
Adjustment, necessity for, 243-4
Fuel-testing laboratories, 2694
Government vessels for, 690

Hudson bay expedition, for, 322, 795
Hydrogenation, 430, 485, 1566
Imports

Duty, 887

Exports, and, qu., 2258

Ontario and Quebec, into, 327

United States, from, 152, 233, 743, 770 Industry, seasonal employment, 1087 Lightship No. 24, bunkering, qu., 1919 Lignite, 1566

Bituminous and,

Gasoline from, 485

Utilization, M. (Mr. Kaiser) 484, agreed to as amended, 494

Amdt. (Mr. Lapointe) 494 Liquefaction, 417

Hydrogenation, and, 430, 485, 1566
Low temperature carbonization, 490
Machine car loaders, duty, 1371

Maritime freight rates. See that title
Maritime provinces. See that title
Miners. See Labour

National coal policy, 111, 323. See also Railway Act Amdt. Bill (special rates on coal)

Nova Scotia, 7, 150, 263, 1061. See also that title

Colliery disrticts, unemployment, 108, 149 Freight rates, 255

Industry, 882-7, 3250

Transportation, 1451, 3303

Oil, crude, conversion into, 429 Policy, 29

Prices, 327

Public buildings, for, 1190
Pulverization, 492

Pulverized, proposed test, M. (Mr. Neill) 1563, agreed to, 1568

Slack, 975, 3259

Smelting, for, duty rebate, 1010
Smoke consumers, 2910

Special rates on, 22. See Railway Act
Amdt. Bill

Steel, production, used in bounty, 1128
Transportation, 1187. See also Freight Rates
Nova Scotia to central Canada, 1728
St. Lawrence waterway, 1937

United States. See also that title

Bunkering Canadian vessels with, 149,

150, 229, qu., 1772

Lightship No. 24, qu., 1919

Canadian Pacific Railway, for, 280

Coal-Con.

United States-Con.

Duty on, 1158

Halifax, landing at, qu., 879 Imports into Ontario, 863-4 Iron blast furnaces for, 983 Tariff to shut out, 1062 Winnipeg, dumping at, 2137

Cobourg, Ont., harbour improvements, 3370

Cochrane, Hon. Frank, railway property, taxation, 181

Cochrane, Alta., postmaster, letter of Mr. Bennett in 1912, 2441

Cochrane, Ont., memorial on taxation of railway property, 179-180

Coinage. See Finance

Coke. See Coal

Coking Plants. See Coal; Maritime Prov

vinces

Colchester County, N.S., mail routes, 994
Colchester-Sackville, Ont., wharf, qu., 3546

Cold Storage. See Agriculture
Colliery Districts. See Coal
Collingwood, Ont., dredging, 3371

Colonial Laws Validity Act of 1865, 25, 55, 124, 157, 3446. See also Constitutional Status; Imperial Conference

Colonial Status. See British North America Act; Constitutional Status

Colonization. See Agriculture; Immigra

tion; Lands; Peace River District; Settlement; Soldier Settlement

Colpton, N.S., mail contract, qu., 613

Combines. See also Address; Budget
Combines Investigation Act, 4110
Distribution, in, 4127

Fruit and vegetables, 447, 930, 2985
Power, 3665

Proprietary Articles Trade Association, 613
Radio stations, control of, 3665

Twine and cordage, 1173

Commercial Intelligence Service. See Trade and Commerce

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Canadian National Railways, 3742
Fontigny, J. B., 3709

Hilden, Mrs. Charles, 3742

Sleck, Stanley, 1733

Tilley, William H., widow of, 1733

Competition. See also Imports and Exports;
Industries; Markets; Trade
Destructiveness of, 1026

Fuel oil with B.C. coal, 1563
Low wage countries, from, 1260
Russian eggs in British market, 1264

Compulsory Arbitration in International
Disputes, 3473. See also International
Confederation. See also Address; British
North America Act; Budget; Con-
stitutional Status

British Columbia, and, 1210-15

Diamond jubilee, celebration, 2, 8, 10, 31,
130, 172, 176, 204, 2318
Newfoundland delegation, and, 1047
Prince Edward Island, and, 215, 3277

Confederation Park, proposed, 2319

Conferences. See also Dominion-Provincial; Imperial Conference

On communications and transit, 1712

Confidence, want of. See Supply, Amendments and Statements on

Congress of the International Statistical Institute, 1712

Connaught Place, Ottawa, national monument, 3417

Conquerall Banks, N.S., postmastership, 544

Conscience Money, payment of, 1725
Conscription. See War; Wealth
Conservation. See National Resources

Conservative Party. See also speeches on
Address; Budget; Bennett; Opposition

Anti-dumping measures, 2818

Average tariff collections under, 201
Bennett, Mr., leadership, 3, 695, 935, 1055.

See also Bennett

Brick for brick tariff policy, 3004
British Columbia orientals, and, 1102
Budget amendments since 1922, 1283
Budgets from 1917 to 1922, 1150
Canadian National Railway, 696
Loans, 888

Chicago drainage canal, 559

Class groups, bargaining with, 1299
Crownest pass agreement, fruit, 2991
General tariff policy, 620-1
Georgian bay canal, and, 1023
Hudson bay railway, 1208
Immigration, resolution at Winnipeg con-
vention, 174

International prejudices, stirring up, 967
Kamloops convention in 1926, 1214
Leader of, 695, 935

Bennett, Hon. Mr., selection, 3. See also
Bennett

Legal services, lists of counsel, 3541
Major hill park, construction of, 2320
National and constructive, 229
National policy, 621

Naturalization, 2593. See also Naturaliza- .

tion Act Amdt. Bill

Oleomargarine, and, 1219

Oriental exclusion resolutions, 60 Ottawa river water powers, 1023

Popular vote, 2881

Postmasters, dismissals, 3230-1

Protection and, 762

Reparations, 3164

Rideau canal, employment, 1365

Rideau hall, 2706

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Constitutional Development.

See British North America Act; Constitutional Status; Imperial Conference

Constitutional Status, 14, 53, 115, 4153. See also speeches on Address; Budget; British North America Act; Foreign Relations; Imperial Conference; Jurisdiction; Legations; Privy Council, appeals; and discussions on several trade treaties, under their respective titles

Colonial Laws Validity Act of 1865, 25, 55, 124, 157, 3446

Constitutional crisis in 1926, 125 Dominion-provincial conference, 38 Equality of status, 95, 103, 123, 239, 316, 301 Power to amend constitution, 79, 127 Consular Service. See Trade and Commerce Consuls, Foreign. See Foreign Relations Consumers. See Address; Budget; Com

bines; Cost of Living; Labour; Prices; Taxation

Consumers' League, 704. See also Speeches on Budget; Tariff Advisory Board Consumers' Cordage Company, Dartmouth, N.S., 233, 281, 297, 333, 1005, 1174, 1221, 1231

Convicts. See under Justice, Penitentiaries
Cooper, Lieut. Col. H. W., British Columbia
penitentiary, dismissal, qu., 3441
Co-operation. See also Address; Budget;
Grain and Grain Trade; Markets;
Trade

Group system, and, 952

Marketing, 1170-1

Co-operative Societies, customs valuations,

amdt. (Mr. Evans), 4127, withdrawn, 4129

Coote, Mr. G. G. (Macleod)

Agriculture

Department, salaries, 3552-3

Scientific and research work, 3961
Technical men, salaries, 3551

Arctic lands, titles, 3691

Athabaska lake, navigation aids, 3688 Audibility of debate, 3138, 3875

Automobiles

Excise and sales tax, 1076, 1859 Prices, privilege, 1077, 3445 Budget, 1074. Speech of Mr. Lapointe; no attempt on part of government or its supporters to analyze budget proposals; reduction of sales tax and income tax; striking out of 122 items from tariff schedules and substitution of 159 new items, 1074; dealing with each item separately; speech of the Minister of Finance; tariff advisory board, 1075; Retail Trade Bureau of Canada and the income tax; administration of the Income War Tax Act; investigation of the income tax question; excise tax on automobiles; prices of cars valued at less than $1,200 in Canada and the United States, 1076; necessity for highways; national highway from Halifax to Vancouver, 1077; Home bank depositors relief; salaries paid to postmasters; unemployment relief; emigration to United States and returning Canadians, 1078; control of legislation vested in the Prime Minister; power of dissolution of parliament; preparation of the budget; party discipline, 1079; Mr. Marler on position of a private member; appointments to the Senate; comparison of control of finance in both countries; remodelling the banking system; income tax the best method for collection of taxes; empire labour content in British preference, 1080

Bureau of statistics, 3745

Canada Grain Act, adm., 3139

Civil service commission, salary revision,

3560

Committee proceedings, reference to, 3955 Commons chamber

Conversation in, 3875 Lighting of, 3798

Ventilation, 2670

Dominion Lands Act Amdt. bill, 2095

Coote, Mr. G. G.-Con.

Edmonton, Dunvegan and B.C. Railway Company, 2703

Electricity Inspection Act Amdt. bill, 2073 Eleven o'clock adjournment, 2868

Federal district commission bill, 2346, 2355
Fertilizer Act Amdt. bill, 2267

Flags for public buildings, 2910
Fraser river dredging, 3392

Grading of wheat, M. (Mr. Millar), 530
Grain

Grain commission, revenue and expendi-
ture, qu., 993

Grain elevators, 3154

Grading and inspection, 384, 530, 3140, 3148
Hay and straw inspection, 2981, 3153, 3156
High River protection works, 3389
Horse breeders' clubs, qu., 1189
Hudson bay railway, 3735

Immigration, colonization societies, 3962
Income War Tax Act Amdt. bill, 1843
Indian affairs, estimates, 3827
Interior department

Engraving, lithographing, etc., 3851
Supplies, 3846

International bible students, radio, 3659

Lighthouses, maintenance and repair, 3686 McClymont charges, 3841

Marquis wheat, 3553

Mining machinery, duty on, 1368

Natural gas, regulations, 3832
Noxious weeds, 470

Ottawa

Buildings rented by government, 1194

River, storage dams, 3415

Public works estimates, 3797
Quebec

Citadel, Governor General's quarters, 2665
Harbour commissioners bill, 2205
Railway Act Amdt., (grade crossings), 2435
Reparations, speech in 1925, 3176
Root Vegetables Act Amdt. bill, 2292
Rust research, 3746

St. Clair Transit Company bill, 1680
Scottish Immigrant Aid Society, 3962
Seeds Act Amdt. bill, 344

Soldier Settlement Act Amdt. bill, 2980
Special War Revenue Act Amdt. bill, 1859
Tariff changes, political aspect of, 1368
Technical and professional men, salaries,
3551

Report of Civil Service Commission, 3653, qu., 3791

Trade and Commerce dept. estimates, 3744 Wheat inspection, 384

Copper. See Mines and Minerals

Copper Bounties Act, 934, 984
Administration, 3082, 3139

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