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Gott, Mr. Eccles J.-Con. Address in reply-Con.

island growers, 165; British preference on tobacco; exportation of tobacco to Great Britain; imports of tobacco from United States; solution of tobacco problem, 166; profits of Imperial Tobacco Company; application before tariff advisory board, 167; bootlegging in cigarettes; excise tax on cigarettes; imports of unmanufactured tobacco into United Kingdom, 168, 169; export of unmanufactured tobacco from Canada; dumping of early vegetables into Canada; imports of carloads of tomatoes and early vegetables, 170; passing of order in council No. 1088; valuation of fruit and vegetable imports; section 47a of the Customs Act; unfavourable trade balance, 171.

Amherstburg, Ont.

Harbour master, 3689

Port, qu., 3061

Public building, 1581

Caretaker, qu., 1771, 2838

Budget, 923. Speech of Mr. Odette;

tobacco-growing industry in western Ontario, 923; reduction of excise tax on cigars and cigarettes recommended; three major factors entering into solution of tobacco problem; tariff advisory board; penalizing the consumer of tobacco; application of the cigar manufacturers before the tariff advisory board, 925; cigar production in Canada; smuggling of cigarettes from United States; employment in tobacco manufacturing establishments, 926; cost of operating factories; cost of raw leaf tobacco to the factories, 927; cigarette industry; import duty on tobacco; solution of tobacco problem; competition of United States in fruits and vegetables, 928; state of Ohio farm relief plan; federal farm board; development of natural resources; immigration; prosperity of the west, 929; imports of United States foodstuffs; 930

Canadian Steel Corporation plants, 1046 Colchester-Sackville wharf, qu., 3546 Cottam, Ont., wharf, qu., 2865

Detroit and Windsor Ferry Company, qu., 3298

Detroit immigration office. qu., 3296

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Governor General-Con.
Speech at opening of parliament-Con
British Empire; appointment to Can-
ada of representative of government
of Great Britain; ministers plenipo
tentiary to France and Japan; Do-
minion-provincial conference; contin-
uance of money grants to maritime
provinces; return of natural resour-
ces to prairie provinces; British Co-
lumbia railway lands; Peace river
block; Hudson bay railway; selection
of Churchill as terminus; immigra-
tion, British and continental; British
youths for agricultural work; railway
branch lines; harbour commissions at
St. John and Halifax; volume of trade
through Canadian ports; grain ship-
ments by Montreal; aviation; sep-
aration of civil aviation from air
force; establishment of air ship base
and public air terminal; air mail ser-
vice between Rimouski and Mont-
real; organization of Department of
National Revenue; amalgamation of
departments of Health and Soldiers'
Civil Re-establishment; revised sta-
tutes; trade treaties; industrial and
scientific research, 2.

Address in reply. See that title
Speech on prorogation, 4173

Status of, 3457, 3488, 3491

Governor General's Warrants. See also Supply

Unforeseen expenses, and, 1746, 4102

Governor's Island, oil operations, 3817
Grade Crossing Fund. See Railway Act
Amdt. Bill

Grading of Wheat. See Grain and Grain
Trade, Wheat

Grain and Grain Trade. See also Address; Budget; Canada Grain Act; Canadian National Railways; Freight Rates; Hudson Bay Railway; and various harbour commission bills, under their respective titles Calgary grain inspection, 4107 Inspectors' quarters, 3140

Canada Grain Act, admn., 1746. Scc also
that title

Canadian Co-operative Wheat Producers,
Quebec port development, 2141
Elevators, 2138

Halifax, 3154

Hudson bay terminal, 3731

Volume II: 1243-2672

Volume III: 2673-4176

Grain and Grain Trade-Con.

Elevators-Con.

Management, operation, maintenance, 3153 Port Mann, B.C., 3392

Terminal

Grain in, 2393

Mixing, 811

Total Canadian capacity, 2153

Vancouver, qu., 1489, qu., 1921, 3153
Victoria, B.C., 4146

Fort William grain exchange building, 482
Freight rates, 1209. See also that title
Grading, 147, 1869, 2138, 3553. See also
Seeds Act Amdt. Bill

Lowering of grades, 1519

Vancouver, qu., 1489, qu., 1921, 3153
Victoria, B.C., 4146

Wheat, of. See under this title, Wheat Grain commissioners, board of, 3139 Revenue and expenditure, qu., 993

Grain inquiry commission, 499

Quebec port, 2141

Grain inspection

Calgary, 3140, 4107

Inspectors, interchange of, 3140
Revenue, 3139

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Grain and Grain Trade-Con.
Shipments, 383

Canadian ports, via, qu., 481, 2141
Condition on arrival in Britain, 1518

Lake shippers' clearance association, 940
Montreal, 2

Transportation in United States vessels, 828
Vessels on Great lakes, qu., 688
Wheat

Development of varieties, 3553
Exports, 47

Export duty, 863, 985, 1237
Great Britain, to, 847
United States, for milling, 861
Grading, 3140

M. (Mr. Millar) 494, 524, agreed to as
amended, 540

Amdt. (Mr. Bothwell) 536

Inspection and, report of agriculture com., 3788

Printing, 4036

Hard wheat production, 3751

Kota wheat in terminal elevators, 2393 Marquis, 3553

Milling, 1295. See also Milling Industry In bond, 861

Buffalo, at, 986

Milling in Canada, 1295

Moisture content, qu., 1326

Prices, 146

Protein content, 494, 3140

Rust, 144

Elimination of, 415, 424

Research work, 174, 289, 3553, 3746 Saunders, Dr. Charles, 3554 United States duty on, 985

Vermilion, 464

War-time conditions, 3919

Western inspection division, 384
Wheat pool, 173, 670, 868, 1170

Wheat flour, Czechoslovakian market, 2061
Winnipeg grain laboratory, 145, 3142, 3553
Winter storage, 2173

Grain Elevators. See Grain and Grain Trade
Grain Growers' Grain Company
Agricultural implements, 4128
Home bank, and, 397

Grain Inquiry Commission. See Grain and
Grain Trade

Grain Standards Board. See Grain and Grain Trade

Grand Bend, Ont., pier repairs, 3372

Grand Manan Island, wharves, 3125

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. See Canadian National Railways

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Grimmer, Mr. R. W. (Charlotte)
Charlotte county wharves, 3124
New Brunswick public buildings, 2628
St. Stephen post office, 2628, 2933

Group Representation. See Government.
Political Parties and Groups

Groves, Dr. W. A., Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, 4061

Guerin, Mr. J. J. E. (St. Ann)

Bolshevist, communist and anarchist schools, 1194

Budget, 1234. The McConachie case, 1234 ; emigration to the United States; bolshevists and socialists in Canada, 1235

Guion Island, N.S., lighthouse, qu., 1687 Guthrie, Hon. Hugh (South Wellington) Address in reply, 74. Contemplated legis

lation; chronicle of last year's events; Dominion finances, 74; retirement of the public debt; public accounts; increases in the funded debt; railway financing; claims to reduction of national debt, 75; outstanding Dominion notes; cheque and receipt taxes; the sales tax, 76; burden of taxation; increase in per capita tax; Imperial conference of 1926; equality of status, 78; power to amend the constitution; British North America Act, 79 Anti-Jewish agitations in Roumania, 3513 Bay Hound, customs vessel, 3581 Bilodeau, Mrs. Amedee, claim of, 3509 British Steel Piling Company bill, 1434 Budget, 1119. Forty-minute rule; objection

to method of presenting budget; Canadian National Railway commitments; budget should present balance sheet of railway system; audit of departmental accounts; statement of public accounts for 1923; claims of reduction in national debt, 1120; Mr. Fielding and budget of 1923; Canadian National Railway finances; railway indebtedness to investing public; Dominion railway guarantees, 1121; total railway indebtedness; operating revenue and expenses; increase in net earnings, 1122; increase in railway bonded indebtedness; insolvency of Canadian National Railway system; Ontario government and Hydro-Electric Power Commission guaranteed bonds; credit for the reduction of net debt due to Canadian

Guthrie, Hon. Hugh-Con,
Budget-Con.

National Railway management, 1123; sales tax a war measure; tariff rates on woollens; reduction of two cents a yard on suit of clothes; sales tax of $3 on $100 worth of clothing, 1124 Debate

Adjournment, 877

Member speaking twice in, 1329 Canadian Minister at Washington, 3509 Canadian representation at Paris, 3516 Canteen funds disposal bill, 438

Cotton tariff schedules, 1389, 1402, 1413, 1417 Customs preventive service, 3581

Customs tariff, changes in budget, notice

of, 1436

Dominion Notes Act Amdt, bill, 371
German currency, redemption, 3514
Groves, Dr. W. A., retiring allowance, 4061
Hat bands and trimmings, 1666
Hudson bay railway, 3731
Immigration, 3968

Industrial and International Relations com. report, 3545

Insulating materials, 1374

International bible students, 3622-3

Judges' salaries, M. (Mr. Lapointe), 1504 Leader of the opposition, reference to services as, 3, 4

Life-saving service, 3609
Light-keepers' salaries, 3686

Mahone Bay public building, 591
Marine and fisheries estimates, 3597
Maunsell Brothers, claim, 3857

Morning sittings, 3550

National Revenue department bill, 2779 Niagara Falls Memorial Bridge Company bill, 1525

Passport regulations, 3513

Patent Act Amdt. bill, 340

Questions passed as orders for returns, 1113
Radio broadcasting, 3661

Railway commission, estimates, 3740
Revision of the statutes, 4068

Royal Military College of Canada bill, 346
Sales tax, cancellation of wholesale licenses,

3652

Technical education, 3012

Timiskaming and Northern Ontario right

of-way, 3730

Toronto Star, radio broadcasting, 3624
Universal Radio of Canada, Limited, 3622
Vigilant, steamer, 3581, 3587, 3602
Welland canal, 3740

Winnipeg D.S.C.R. hospital, 4107
Woollen industry, 1616
Worsted cloth mills, 1630
Worsted yarns, 1616

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