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Foreign Loans. See Finance, Loans

Foreign Policy. See Constitutional Status; Foreign Relations; Imperial Conference; Legations

Foreign Relations, 3445, 4153. See also Imperial Conference; International

Peace; International Sanitary Con-
vention; Legations

Arcos building raid, 3448
Barron, Senor Medina, 3452

Foreign consuls, status of, 3452, 3470, 3496
Correspondence tabled, 3790

Great Britain, and, 61

Grey, Sir Edward, and foreign office, 3456

Imperial and, amdt. (Mr. Bourassa) 3445,

3496, withdrawn, 3504

International relations, 158

Ministers, appointment of, 116
Pacific relations, 111

Foreign Relations--Con. Russia, with, 3447

Suez canal route, 3453

Trade. See various trade treaties United States, with. See that title Foreign Settlements. See Immigration Foreign Wars, participation in. See Constitutional Status; Imperial Conference; War

Forest Reserves. See Dominion Forest Reserves; Forests and Forestry

Forests and Forestry. See also Dominion Forest Reserves and Parks Act; Natural Resources; Pulp and Paper; Timber

Air patrol, 3777

Burning operations to clear land, 3848
Chalk river, Ont., reforestation, qu., 1952
Forest conservation and pathology, qu.. 2132
Forest fires, 2133

Forest products laboratory, 3854
Forest reserves, 3854

Homesteading and fire dangers, 2036
Withdrawal of lands, 2035

Forest resources, conservation, 3830
Indian Head forestry station, 3832
Losses by insects and fire, 1294

Spruce bud worm, 3554

White, Mr. W. E., fire-ranger, dismissal,

qu., 2622, qu., 3832

Forke, Hon. Robert (Minister of Immigration and Colonization)

Address in reply, 185. Mixed farming in
Manitoba; criticism of administration
of Immigration department, 185;
agricultural immigrants; Sir Charles
Gordon on diversified employment;
making the rural population con-
tented, 186; policy of Department
of Immigration; visit to Scandina-
vian countries, 187; immigration in
1913; comparative statements of
immigration from 1921 to 1927, 188;
British immigration; empire settle-
ment scheme; assisted passages, 189:
railway agreements; land settlement
board; boy immigrants, 190-191
Brandon agricultural fair, 4115
Budget of 1923 and, 823

Dissolution of 1926, and, 1044, 1045
Privilege, Hon. Mr. Edwards, 905
Immigration, 185-191

Administration of department, 185, 3459
References to, 657

Agents, 1552

British retired officers, 1921

Forke, Hon. Robert-Con.

Immigration-Con.

Confidential report, 3941
Deportation, 3964

Detroit office, 3297

Ens, Mr. Gerhard, employment, 3940
Estimates, 3247, 3940, 3946
Details, 748

Foreign settlements, conditions, 3902
Immigrants

Farm labourers. classed as, 1850
Unemployment, 2262

Kirzak case, 2836

McConachie case, 295, 855, 1113, 1114,

1554, 1631, 2773, 3967

Mennonites, investigation, 3940, 4127
Miners, 1854

Misappropriation of trust funds. 3980
Nova Scotia, to, 1922-3
Permits, 3894

Regulations, 51

Repatriation, 3969

Russia, from, 3896

Salaries and contingencies, 3247
Societies, 3958

Southeast Europe, from, 1630
United States offices, in, 3297

Immigration Act Amdt. bill, 1868, 2483, 2495, 2510, 2523

Political patronage, 3015
Present, but not voting, 1755

Prime Minister, reference to, 3932
Prince Albert public building, 2718

Privilege, pledge to Governor General, 878
Progressives, absorption into Liberal party,

674, 811

Red Deer Indian industrial school, leasing,

2161

References to, 2123

Bennett, Hon. Mr., by, 3925, 3963

Seeds Act Amdt. bill, 1986

"Sniping" directed against, accusation of,

3951-4

Soldier settlement, 3995

Chinn case, 3984

Foreclosures, 2459

Lands, revaluation, 1630, 3986, 3995
Regulations, 3294

Soldier Settlement Act Amdt. bill, 2722, 2789, 2803, 2976, 3727

Soldiers' advisers, 2459 Tourists, control of, 2135 Winnipeg, unemployment, 2262, 2311 Formaldehyde. See Customs Tariff Items Forsyth, Mr. P. A., Whitney, N.B., postmaster, qu., 3793

Fort Churchill. See Hudson Bay Railway

Fort Frances, Ont., public building, 2635
Fort McMurray, Alta., wharf, 3388

Fort Pelly, Sask., postmaster, dismissal, 386, 1592

Fort William, Ont.

Grain exchange building, 482
Grain in terminal elevators, 2393
Harbour, 2168, 2178

Naturalization applications, 2566
Post office building, 2668

Forty Minute Rule. See speeches on Address; Budget; House of Commons

Fox Creek, N.B., postmaster, dismissal, 331 Fox-Raising Industry

Canadian National Silver Fox-Breeders Association, qu., 2597

Prince Edward Island, 586

France. See also Imports and Exports; Trade; Treaties

French treaty, 2062. See also discussion on commercial treaties with Czechoslovakia, European Countries New tariff and, 1195

Minister plenipotentiary to. See Legations Commissioner General, former, status, 240 Postal rates to, qu. 377

Trade treaty with, 94, 719, 1070, 2131, 2062

Fraser, Mr. J. A. (Cariboo)

Agriculture department estimates, 3709
Alfred peat experiments, 3811

Ashcroft public building, 2903
British Columbia

Government telephone lines, sale, qu.,
2393, 3414, 3428

Public buildings, 2903

Budget. 986. Saskatchewan members and the budget; mining industry, production, 986; bonusing the mining industry; imports and exports of iron and its products; non-ferrous metals; non-metallic minerals; increase in imports of manufactured articles; decrease in export of raw materials; 987; mineral imports; adverse trade balance in mining and manufacturing industries; Mr. Malcolm on increasing imports and decreasing exports; imports of raw materials, beverages, fruit and vegetables; sugar, undressed fur, 988; cotton industry; increase in imports of cotton yarns; flax, hemp and jute imports; woollen industry, 989; increase in importation of iron and its products; iron

Fraser, Mr. J. A.-Con. Budget-Con.

and steel industry and the war; farm tractors, 990; duty on farm implements; imports and exports of automobiles; Saskatchewan National Dairy Council and cream and butter industry; Mr. Motherwell on imports and exports; boots and shoes and fish, 991; wood products; fruit industry; butter, fish and eggs; potentialities of Peace river district, 992 Commercial intelligence service, 3155 Cotton schedules, buckram. 1437, 1441 Customs ports, reduction of, 3594

Dominion Lands Act Amdt. bill, 2089 Dumping duty, amdt. (Mr. Anderson, Hal

ton) 3010, 3053

European countries, trade treaties, 2121
Fisheries commission, 615

Fruits and vegetables, imports, qu., 793, 988
Geological survey, 3817

Hammocks and window shades, duty, 1448

Hay and straw inspection bill, 3159
Kamloops, B.C.

Fair, 3713

Public building, 2903

Telephone lines, 3428, 3414

Lower great lakes terminal, 3798

Machinery belting, 1669

Merritt, B.C., public building, qu., 1324,

2905

Mines department laboratory, 2694
Mining machinery, duty on, 1368
Montreal postal station, 2645

National gallery, 3416

National Revenue dept. estimates, 3594

Peace river railway outlet, 4001
Postal employees, salaries, 3241
Postal tractors, 2895, 2934

Prince George public building, 2903
Railway Act Amdt. bill (grade crossings),

2437

Railway Belt Water Act Amdt., 356, 1880 Correspondence, 385

Reparations claims, amdt. (Mr. Ernst), 3184
Root Vegetables Act Amdt. bill, 2301
Rural mail boxes, 3438

St. John Valley railway, qu., 2723
Salmon Arm public building, 2909
Seeds Act Amdt. bill, 1980, 1985
Smith, Mr. Pendrell, claim, 3709
Strawberries, dumping duty, 3199
Tatchi river improvements, 3406
Validation of orders in council, 2221

White, Mr. W. E., fire ranger, dismissal, qu., 2622, 3832

Wilson, Inez, war claim, 3184

Fraser River

Dredges and snagboats, qu., 712 Employees, Sunday work, 3392 Improvements, 3390

Sockeye salmon run, 3699 Woodward's slough dam, N. E. Broley claim, 3390

Fraser's Mill, N.S., postmaster, dismissal, 1492
Free Trade. See speeches on Address; Bud-
get; Great Britain; Protection; Trade
Freight Rates. See also Address; Budget;
Canadian National Railways; Coal;
Grain and Grain Trade; Hudson Bay
Railway; Maritime Claims Commis-
sion; Railways

Agricultural implements, qu., 2623
Alberta coal, 2626. See also Alberta
Apples, 448

Canadian National Railways. See that title
Coal, 3279, 3819. See also Railway Act
Amdt. Bills

Adjustment, necessity for, 243-4 Statutory rate, demand for, 244 Crowsnest pass rates, 1209

Eastern lines, 2832

Fish, 1130

Fruit and Vegetables, 447, 460, 3006

Grain. See Grain and Grain Trade, and harbour commission bills, under their respective titles

Grande Prairie, reductions since 1921, 1206 Iron and steel, 85

Maritime freight rates, 8, 194, 324, 900. See also that title.

Maritime Freight Rates Act
Administration, 1748

Potatoes and lumber, 3255

Reduction of twenty per cent, 271
Table, 270, 271

Maritime provinces, international traffic,

3255

Railway wharves, 3129

St. John and Ste. Rosalie gateways, 194

French Canadians. See also French Language
Canadian expeditionary force, in, 3567
Emigration to United States, 1161
Minority in Ontario, 136
Peace river country, 3680
Pioneer work of, 226

Post office department, and, 4081
Repatriation, 3971, 3975
Western provinces, in, 10, 1161

French Language. See also French Canadians
Government reports published in, 386
Speeches, translation, qu., 480, qu., 1093

French Treaty. See France; Treaties

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Dehydration experiments, 473, 567

Dried fruit industry, 568

Dumping duty, 1926, 2368, qu., 2491. See also Customs Act

Amdt. (Mr. Anderson, Halton), 2983, 3053, 3080, neg., 3081

Amdt. (Mr. Tolmie), 2811

Application of, 874, 3054, 3302, 3396, 3604, 3653

Estimates, 446, 460, 1731
Freight rates, 447-8

Fruit trees, imports, 1501
Imports, 988

Early, competition from, 170. See under
this title, Dumping duty
Rate of duty, qu., 793

Insecticides, 1356

Keeping of, 451

Liquid sprays for, 1356
Loganberries, 570

Marketing, dumping duty, and, 2811
Mexican competition, 958
Nursery stock, duty on, qu., 902
Okanagan valley industry, 931
Ontario cherry-growing industry, 1070
Peaches, 2984

Production, 2984

Seasonal tariff, 933, 2816

Spraying materials, 1356
Strawberries, 2816

British Columbia shipments, 1139

Competition from United States, 3301, 3561, 3945

Dumping duty, application, 3397, 3551
Valuation for import, 3199

Fruit-Con.

United States competition, 928, 958, 1204. See also under this title, Dumping

Welland county, 1236

Wynnel, B.C., pre-cooling plant, 1139

Fuel Oil. See Oil

Fuel Supply. See also Coal
Burnhall fuel-saving device, 2910

Coke. See Coal, Coke

Fuel-testing laboratories, 2694
National policy, 150, 1237

Peat

Alfred bog, 3810

Frontenac county bogs, 3811

Insulating material from, 1374
Wainfleet peat bog, 3813

Oil. See that title

Policy, necessity for, 742

Problem, 686

Public buildings for, qu.. 1190

Pulverized coal, M. (Mr. Neill), 1563

Furs

Imports, 988

Licenses, Northwest territories, 3829

Gair, John, Killam, Alta., school lands lease, 3199, 3837

Galt, Mr. Justice, naturalization applications, 2582

Galt, Ont., customs collector, qu., 1554
Gaols. See Justice, Penitentiaries
Gardiner, Mr. Robert (Acadia)

Address in reply, 62. Speech from the throne
contains no forecast of legislation, 63;
territorial distribution of prosperity;
balance of trade; capital to develop
natural resources, 63; surplus of
labour; conditions in western Canada;
salaries for research work, 64;
Dominion-provincial conference; sub-
sidies for the provinces; return of
natural resources to prairie provinces;
British Columbia lands, 65; Cana-
dian National Railways branch lines;
Hudson bay railway; immigration, 66;
pensions and medical care of returned
soldiers; grants to highways; technical
education; Alberta coal rate; St.
Lawrence waterway, 67; tariff advisory
board; redemption of national debt;
undemocratic situation created by
forty minute rule for speeches, 68.
Agriculture estimates, details, printing, 994
Amherstburg, Ont., harbourmaster, 3690
Anticosti Corporation, 3551
Arctic lands, titles, 3691

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