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SESSIONAL PAPERS

VOLUME 4

SECOND SESSION OF THE FOURTEENTH PARLIAMENT

DOMINION OF CANADA

SESSION 1923

VOLUME LIX

13-14 George V Alphabetiral Index to Sessional Papers

A. 1923

ALPHABETICAL INDEX

TO THE

SESSIONAL PAPERS

OF THE

PARLIAMENT OF CANADA

SECOND SESSION, FOURTEENTH PARLIAMENT, 1923

A

Acadia Coal Co. Agreements with re

Railway 99

Agriculture Department:

Annual Report, 1921-22 16

Employees of 147

Agricultural Instruction Act:— Report of Duncan Marshall re.. .. 86o

Report on, 1921-22 86

Agricultural workers, etc. Draft agree- ment with British Government re- specting prepaid passages 201

Air Board— Annual Report, 1922.. .. 241 Alberta coal strike, 1922 ..149, 149a, 1496 Alberta Drainage Co.— Sale of land to 250 Archives, Public— Annual Report, 1921 30 Arctic Islands Occupancy of by ex- peditions 231, 231o

Auditor General Annual Report, 1921- 22 1

B

Bacon sides (fresh American) shipped into Canada 151

Bank Act— Returns under S. 91, sub- section 2 222

Barristers— Payments to account C.N.R. and G.T.R. arbitrations 81

Beckett, M. C, Owen Sound, Ont.— Employment of 130

Belanger, A. C, St. Moise, P.Q.— Dis- missal of 182

Belanger, U., Padoue, P.Q. Dismissal of.. 181

Blackwood, H. P., Winnipeg, Man. Em- ployment of 168

Blake, Charles, Winnipeg, Man. Em- ployment of 166

Bolte, Camille, Post Office, Montreal, P.Q 198

Bonds or securities registered State- ment 80

Boulay, Adrienne, Sayabec, P.Q. Dis- missal 137

Bounties for development sea fisheries and building of fishing vessels.. .. 115

Bridge, Montreal and Longeuil Con- struction of 234

63347—1

Bridge, on Lachine Canal, St. Henry Ward, Montreal 200

British Columbia^^Jlaims of on Fed- oral Government 140

Butter Imports and exports 95

C

Campbell, Orin Claim for loss of horse 105 Canada Temperance Act Representa- tions of B.C. Government 136

Canadian Battlefields Memorials Com-

mis-sion— Report 69

Canadian Government Merchant Mar- ine, Limited;

Annual Report for 1922 189

Earnings and e.xpenditures of certain

vessels 219

Sale of 27 of smaller vessels 218

U.se. suitability, sale or other disposi- tion of vessels 253

Canadian National Railwa.v Act, 1919

Regulations under 93

Canadian National Railways: Correspondence of members of Gov- ernment or officials of Depts; of Members of Parliament; with late Directors re resignations.. ..215, 215o

Costs, fixed charges, etc 160

Details of appropriations, 1923-24.. 230 Equipment orders placed since Oct.

4, 1922 238

Hotels operated by 134

Orders in Council.. ..55, 55o, 556, 228o

Private or oflScial cars 204

Purchase of property, King-Yonge

Sts., Toronto 221

Real estate purchased or agreed to be

purchased 228

Real estate sold or agreed to be sold

since Oct. 4, 1922 228

Revenue, freight and passenger traffic

originating Ontario, Quebec, etc. 94 Ruling grades, construction costs, etc. 195 Canadian Northern Railway Co.: Arbitration proceedings Payments to

barristers 81

Correspondence of members of Gov- ernment or officials of Depts.; of

members of Parliament 215, 215o

Orders in Council 228a

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A. 1923

Canadian Pacific Railway Co.:

Assets, capital stock issued, etc 170

Data re 170a

Land held; land sold past five years. 85a Land sold year ended Sept. 30, 1922. 85 Rulinp; grades, construction costs, etc. 195 Terminals, Quebec City— Use by

Canadian National 124

Cattle, dairj' Testing of vicinity Monc-

ton, N.B 152

Cattle, pure bred Accredited herds 114

Cattle, store and breeding Entry into

Great Britain 239

Civic Employees' Union, Prince Rupert

^Board of Conciliation 190

Civil Service: Dismissal of employees, City and dis- trict of Quebec 243

Dismissal of officers or employees

from Jan. 1, 1922 226, 226a

Employees, City and district of Que- bec 245

Employees, Department of Agricul- ture 147

Employees, No. each year 1911-22;

costs since 1911 102

Employees, No. on Dec. 31, 1922; totals of 'amounts payable to, etc.

112, 112a Employees, No. on March 31 each

year since 1900; salaries.. ..121, 121a Employees, No. on March 31, 1923;

total cost of service 251

Employees, temporary, Dec. 31, 1921,

Dec. 31, 1922 192

Employees, temporary, made perman- ent 206, 206a

Employees, full-time Number.. .. 225 Retirements under Public Service

Act 109

Superannuation and Retiring Allow- ances, 1922 42

Technical and professional appoint- ments, Sept. 1911 to Dec. 1922.. 252 Total cost, each department, 1911-22 214

Total cost, 1918-19, 1921-22 210

Civil Service Commission: Annual Report, year ended Decem- ber 31, 1922 24

Appointments or nominations made

by since Jan. 1, 1922 180

Positions removed from the control

of 127 127a, 127b

Civil Service Insurance Statement for

1921-22 43

Coal for federal buildings, Winnipeg.. 207 Coal importations from U.S., 1896-1921 100 Coastal shipping regulations Abroga- tion or suspension of 232, 232a

Congdon, K.C., F. C— Alleged malad- ministration in Yukon Ty 191a

Congdon, K.C., F. C— Order in Council

appointing Commissioner 191

Convention between Canada and JJS.,

halibut fisheries Ill

Conventions of Commerce:

France-Canada, 1922 72

Italy-Canada, 1923 78

Country elevators Regulations of Board of Grain Commissioners.. .. 64

Customs and Excise Annual Report, 1921-22 3

Customs and Excise tax collections, 1918-22 179

Customs tariff rates in France 72a

Customs officials, etc., Co. Halton, Ont. 203

D

Dairy cattle, vicinity Moncton, NJJ. Testing of 152

Dauphinee, Charles, Lunenburg, N.S. Dismissal 82

Debt of Canada on March 31, 1921, etc 142

Destructive Insect and Pest Act Regu- lations under 66

Disarmament on the Great Lakes Papers 141

Doctors employed on Government rail- ways, Quebec 146

Dominion buildings Ofiicers in Charge. Chief Architect's Branch, Dept. Pub- lic Works 209

Dominion Coal Co. strike, 1922— Send- ing of troops 122

Dominion Lands Leases, licenses, per- mits cancelled 89

Dominion Lands Act Orders in Council 59

Dominion Lands 40 mile railway belt, B.C. Orders in Council 63

Dominion Lands Survey Act— Orders in Council 62

Dominion Statistician Annual Report, 1921-22 10

Dorchester Penitentiary- Emergency re- quisitions for supplies 97

Driden, W. A. Communications and reports 244

Dry-dock. Levis. P.Q 158

Dundas St. Highway, Toronto to Lon- don ; 103

Eastern Land Co., The, Capreol, Ont. Purchase of land 133

Eastern Lands Development Co., The Transfer of land 133a

Editorial Committee Annual Report, 1922 87

Economic Conference, Genoa, 1922 Report of Canadian Delegates.. .. 35

Elections Act, Dominion ^Tariffs of fees 76

Elections, By, 1922— Report 34a

Electoral Officer, Chief— Report for 1922 34

Embargo on cattle entering Great Britain 239

Empire Settlement Scheme Draft agreement with British Govt. . . . 201

Estimates:

Main, 1923-24 88

Details. Ci\'il Govt.. 1923-24 88o

Supplementarv, 1923-24 88c

Supplementarj', further, 1922-23.. . 88b Supplementary, further, 1923-24. .88(f, 88e

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A. 1923

Eureka, S.S. Appointments of officers

and men 199

Experimental Farms, Dominion Report

of Director 1921-22 65

Exports of certain commodities from

Canada, 1922 120

Express charKes, etc. Payments by

various departments 217

External Affair? Annual Report, 1921-

22 25

F

Fairs Officials Dept. Agriculture attend- ing, 1922 240

Fire insurance, property soldier settlers, Prov. Manitoba 117

Fish trawlers Landing of fish in Mari- time province ports 247

Forest Reserves and Parks Act Orders in Council 60

France-iCanada Convention of Com- merce, 1922 72

Freight and express rates, apples and vegetables, Windsor, N.S. to Mont- real, P.Q 106

Freight rates Alleged discrimination against B.C 173

C

Genoa Economic Conference, 1922 Report of Canadian Delegates 35

Gold, placer, in Labrador Statement by Geological Survey 202

Governor General's Warrants State- ment 38

Grain Commissioners, Fort William Employees, etc 194

Grain dealers Western Inspection Di- vision, licensed under Grain Act.. 212

Grain elevator system, Fort William to Montreal— Papers 237

Grain grown on Indian reserves, prairie provinces 171

Grain marketing and shipment 138

Grain rates. Great Lakes Report of Royal Commission..- 211

Grain .shipped from Montreal, years, 1920-21-22.. .. 176

Grain trade investigation Correspon- dence with R. M Rombough.. .. 132

Grand Trunk Railwa.v Co.: Arbitration proceedings payments to

barristers 81, 81a

Correspondence with late Directors

re resignations 215, 215a

Orders in Council 70, 70a,

706, 228a Preference and Common sharehold- ers— Memorial and reply of Gov- ernment 233

Revenue, freight and passenger traffic,

originating Ontario, Quebec, etc... 94 Terminal facilities, etc—Chicago and Detroit 125

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co.: Memorial of holders 4 per cent deben- ture stock 227

H

Halibut fisheries of Northern Pacific:

Convention between Canada and U.S., 1923 Ill

Communications re signing of conven- tion Ilia

Harbours, Govt.— Tolls and dues, 1921 68 Health Department Annual Report,

1921-22 19

Hotels owned by Canadian National

Railways 134

Hudson, Government cutter Crew.. 165 Hudson's Bay Railway Removal of

rails 118

I

Illicit stills Remissions granted to con- victed persons 223

Immigration and Colonization Annual Report, 1921-22 13

Immigration, assisted Draft agreements with Great Britain 201

Imperial Conference, Imperial Econ- omic Conference, 1923 Correspon- dence and Agenda 177

Imperial Oil Co. Construction of pipe line. Barrack Point, N.S 216

Imperial Oil Co. Sale or lease of lands at Barrack Point, N.S 148, 148a

Imports into Canada Value in cur- rency of country of origin, also in Canadian currencv 164

Income tax collections, 1918-1922.. .. 178

Income War Tax Act, 1917 Remission of fines, etc 242

Indian Act Enfranchisements under.. 58

Indian Affairs— Annual Report, 1921-22 14

Insurance— Report of Superintendent, 1921 45

Interior Department Annual Report, 1921-22 12

Internal Economy, House of Commons Report of Commissioners, 1922 ... 75

International Labour Conference, Gen- ev.a Reports and documents,. ..150,

laOa 1506, 150c

Intoxicants taken into N.W.Ts. under permit 56

Irrigation Act Supplementary rules, etc 84

Italv-Canada Convention of Com- merce, 1923 78

J

Joint Peat Committee— Data 128

.Joseph LeBlanc, fishing boat Confisca- tion of 193

L

Labour Department Annual Report, 1921-22 26

Lake Grain Rates Report of Royal Commission 211

Land within pre-emption area, Domin- ion Lands Act 155

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Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers

A. 1923

Lands sold by C.P.R. year ended Sept.

30, 1922 85

Lands sold by C.P.R. past five years.. 85a League of Nations:

Third Assembly. 1922— Report of

Canadian Delegates 36

Lewis, John L. Correspondence between

Minister of Labour and 90

Librarians of Parliament Appendix to

Annual Report, 1922 37

Licenses, permits, etc. Government

scale of fees 156

Licenses to United States fishing vessels. 116 Lignite Utilization Board of Canada

Data 119

Lindsay market scales 96

Liquor export warehouses N3. Es- tablishing of 139

Liquor Imports, exports, duty, etc... 246 Liquor Transportation over Canadian

National Railway into N.S... .. .. 236

Live stock conditions South America

Report of W. A. Drj'den 174

L(ian and Trust Companies Abstract

statement of, 1921 46

Lots 31-32. Block 8, Vermilion, Alta.—

Sale to Govt 169

H

Mail subsidies and steamship subven- tions—.\nnual Report, 1921-22 7

Margaree River Salmon Fisheries As- sociation 229

Marine and Fisheries: Annual Report (Fisheries') 1921-22.. 29 Annual Report (Marine) 1921-22.. .. 28

Marshall, Duncan Communications and Reports 244

Marshall, Duncan Appointment as Commissioner 126

Migratory Birds Convention Act Orders in Council 61

Militia and Defence:

Annual Report, 1921-22 17

Appointments, promotions, retire- ments 53

Disbursements out of monies other than those included in amovmts

voted by Parliament 157

General Orders 52

Militia Orders 54

Motor cars, official ^Data 204

Milking machines Duty collected.. .. 95

Mines Department Annual Report, 1921-22 15

Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses Statement 39

Morrison, D. W., St. Peter's N.S.— Dismissal 186

N

National Battlefields Commission Fi- nancijil statement, 1921-22 48

Naval Sers-ice:

,\nnual Report. 1921-22 17a

Orders in Council 51, 51a to 51(7

Newspapers companies Payments to since Jan. 1, 1922 208, 208a, 2086

Nicomen Island, B.C. Protection against flooding 153

Xohn, J., St. David, P.Q.— Resignation 175

North Oakville Post Office Opening of 159

Northwest Territories Act Ordinances under 57

Nova Scotia Statutes, 1921— Disallow- ance of Chapter 177 145

Nova Scotia Statutes, 1921 Memo- randa, opinions, etc 144, 144a

O

Oleomargarine Manufacture of, etc... 95

Ordinances of Yukon Ty., 1921-22.. .. 71 Oriental Immigration into B.C. Papers,

correspondence, etc.. ..187, 187a, 188, 188a Ottawa Improvement Commission An- nual Report, 1921-22 49

P

Park St. Charies Land Co. Ltd 101

Patent Commissioner Annual Report, 1921-22 9

Peace Treaties Acts Orders in Council under 107

Penitentiaries— Annual Report, 1921-22 20

Pensions and Re-establishment: Report of Royal Commission on First

Part of Investigation 154

1st Interim Report of Commission on Second Part of Investigation lS4a

Pension Commissioners Annual Re- port, 1921-22 91

Pension Commissioners Annual Re- port, 1922-23 91a

Postmasters, Countv of Levis Dismis- s.iJs. 1911-22 185

Postmaster General Annual Report, 1921-22 30

Proprietary' or Patent Medicine Act Order in Council 74

Provincial Legislation Disallowance of 143

Printing and translation of departmen- tal reports, etc 224

Printing companies Payments to since Jan. 1. 1922 208, 208a, 208b

Printing outside Printing Bureau Pay- ments for past five years 208c

Public Accounts Annual Report, 1921- 22 2

Public Printing and Stationery Annual Report. 1921-22 27

Public Service Act Retirements under 109

Public Works— .'Annual Report, 1921-22 31

Purchasing Commission Departments purchasing through 205

Radiotelegraph regulations Amend- ments 79, 79a

Railwavs and Canals Annual Report, 1921-22 32

Railwav Belt (40 mile) B.C.— Orders in Council 63

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A. 1923

Railway Commissioners, Board of An- nualReport, 1922 33

Railways owned by Dominion in 1896, etc 184

Reclamation Act Drainage works con- structed, etc 83

Remissions and refunds of customs duties, excise taxes, sales taxes.. .. 108

Reports, etc.. Departmental Printing of in English and in French 224

Returned Soldiers' Insurance State- ment. 1921-22 44

Revenue of Canada from various sources 142

Road projects, Ontario Data 98

Road project?, Quebec Data 110

Roval Canadian Mounted Police An- nual Report, 1922 21

Royal Society of Canada Financial statement 47

Rule of the road, N.S. Disallowance of legislation 135

S

St. Lawrence River Watcrw.ay Papers relating to Report International Joint Commission 249

Sales Tax Exemptions from operation 104

Salt— Duty collected 95

School lands, pre-emption area, Dom- inion Lands Act 162

Scientific and Industrial Research Coun- cil:—

Annual Report. 1921-22 77

Financial statement, 1921-22 77a

Secretary of State Annual Report, 1921- 22 22

Six Nations Indian Reserve, Grand River. Ont.— Claims of 172

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment An- nual Report, 1921-22 18

Soldiers' Comforts Branch, Toronto Closing of 248

Soldier Settlement Act Amendments to regulations 73

Soldiers' Settlement Board Placing of insurance at Edmonton 254

Shareholders, Canadian chartered banks ,50

Shareholders. Quebec Savings banks.. 506

Shipbuilding industry Endorsements or liabilities 41

Shipping (Navig.ation and SJiipping) —Annual Report. 1921-22 4

Steamboat Inspection .Ainnual Report, 1921-22 196

Strikes in shipping or railway trades..

149, 149a, 149b

Superannuation and Retiring Allow- ances. Civil Service, 1922 42

Supreme Court of Canada Rules.. .. 123

.Sydenham Hospital, Kingston Dismis- sal of medical officers 131

.Sydney coal strike, 1922.. ..149, 149a, 1496

T

Temporary loans Statement 40

Terminal elevators, Fort William and Port Arthur 235

Thibeau, Peter Cancellation of mail contract 161

Thompson, F. G., Winnipeg Employ- ment of 167

Thornton. K.B.E.. Sir Henry W. Agree- ment with Government 92

Toronto Suburban Railway Sale of. . 220

Trade and Commerce Annual Report, 1921-22 5

Trade Commissioners, etc. Names, etc. 129

Trade of Canada (Imports and Ex- ports)—Annual Report, 1921-22.. .. 6

Trade with France. .Spain, etc 113

Transcontinental Railway line to Que- bec, etc. Utilization of 197

Translation and printing of departmental reports, etc 224

Treasury Board over-rulings State- ment 38

U

Unclaimed balances, Canadian chartered banks 50a

Unclaimed balances, Quebec Savings

banks 506

V

Valcartier Camp grounds Utilization of. etc 213

\'ancouver Harbour Board Retirement of certain members 163

W

Wrights, Measures, Electricity. Gas Ser- vices—.A.nmi.al Report, 1921-22 8

Wharves, piers, breakwaters Leases of 67

Wheat crop of the worid, 1921, etc.. .. 183

Yukon Tv. ,'Mleged maladministration

of F. C'. Congdon, K.C 191a

Yukon Ty.— Ordinances of 1921-22.. .. 71

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LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS

Arranged in Numerical Order, with their titles at jull length; the dates when Ordered and when presented to the Houses oj Parliament; the Names oj the Senator or Member who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is ordered to be Printed or not Printed. Also those printed but not presented. ,

Contents of Volume 1

'his volutne is bound in three parti.)

1. Report of the Auditor General for the voar ended March 31, 1922,— Vol. 1, Parts

a-b— A to J, Volume II, Parts K to SS, Volume III, Parts T to ZZ. Presented February 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

Contents of Volume 2

2. Public Accounts of Canada for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. Presented

February 6, 1923 Printed for distribution and seisbional papers.

3. Report of the Department of Cu.stoms and Excise, containing accounts of revenue

with statements relative to the Imports, Exports, and Excise of the Dominion of Canada, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. Presented February 6, 1923.

Printea foi distribution and sessio7ial papers.

4. Shipping Report of the Department of Customs and Excise, containing the Statements

of Navigation and shipping of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. Presented February 6, 1923.

Printed for distribiition and sessional papers.

5. Thirtieth .Vnnual Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal

year ending March 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923.

Printec for distributior. and sessional papers.

Contents of Volume 3

6. Annual Report of the Trade of Canada (Imports for Consumption and Exports), for

the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. Presented April 17, 1923.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

Contents of Volume 4

7. Report relating to Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions for the fiscal year

ending March 31, 1922, with traffic returns, etc., to December 31, 1922. Presented April 11, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

8. Annual Report of the Weights and Measures, Electricity and Gas Inspection Services

of the IDopartment of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ending March 31. 1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

9. Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1922.

Presented February 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

10. Annual Report of the Dominion Statistician, for the fii^cal year ended March 31, 1922. Presented March 27, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

12. Annual Report of the Department of the Interior, for the fiscal year ended March 31,

1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

13. Annual Report of the Department of Immigration and Colonization, for the fiscal

year ended March 31, 1922. Presented February 1. 1923.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

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Contents of Volume 4 Concluded

14. Annual Report of the Dep;irtmeat of Indian Affairs, for the year ended March 31, 1922.

Presented Febniarj' 1, 1923 Printed /or distribution and sessional papers.

15. Annual Report of the Department of Mines, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922.

Presented February 1, 1923 Printed jor distribution mid sessional papers.

16. Report of the Minister of Agrioidture for the Dominion of Canada, for the yeai

ended March 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923.

Printei' jo' distribution ana sessional papers.

17. Report of the Department of Militia and Defence, for the fiscal year ending March

31, 1922. Presented February 1, 192Z.. Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

17a Report of the Department of the Naval Service, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1922. Presented Februarj- 1, 1923 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers.

18. Report of the work of the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishmcnt, for the

year ending December 31, 1922. Presented February 12. 1923.

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers.

19. Report of the Department of Health, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. Pre-

sented Febniary o. 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

Contents of Volume 5

20. Report of the Superintendent of Penitentiaries, for the fiscal year ended March 31,

1922. Presented Febniary 6, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

21. Report of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for the year ended September 30, 1922.

Presented February 16, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

22. Report of the Secretarj' of State of Canada, for the year ended March 31, 1922. Pre-

sented Februarj- 2, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

24. Fourteenth Annual Report of the Civil Service Commission of Canada for the year

ended December 31, 1922. Presented June 14. 1923.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

25. Report of the Secretarv of State for External Affairs for the year ended March 31,

1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

26. Report of the Department of L.ibour for the fisral year ended March 31, 1922. Pre-

sented February 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

27. Annual Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationerj- for the fiscal

year ended March 31, 1922. Presented Februari- 1. 1923.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

28. Fiftv-fifth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, for the year

1921-22— Marine. Presented February 2, 1923.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

Contents of Volume 6

29. Fifty-fifth Annual Report of the Fisheries Branch of the Department of Marine and

Fisheries, for the year 1921-22. Presented Febniarj' 2, 1923.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

30. Report of the Postmaster General for the year ended March 31. 1922. Presented

February 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

30. Report of the Public Archives for the year 1921. Presented Febniar\' 6. 1923.

Printed for distribution.

31. Report, of the Minister of Public Works on the works under his control for the

fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. Presented February 1. 1923.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

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Contents of Volume 6 Continued

32. Annual Report of the Department of Railways and Canals, for the fiscal year from

April 1, 1921, to March 31. 1922. Presented February 1, 1923.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

33. Ei<rhteenth Annual Report of the Board of Railway Ck)mmissioners for Canada, for tho

year ended December 31, 1922. Presented (manuscript) April 9, 1923.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

34. Report of the Chief Electoral Officer for 1922. Presented January 31, 1923.

Not printed.

34a. Report on By-Elections for the House of Commons of Canada, held during the year 1922. Presented February 8, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

33. Joint Report of the Canadian Delccates, Sir Charles Gordon, G.B.E., and Professor Edouard JMontpetit, K.C., LL D., M.R.S.C, of the Genoa Conference for the economic and financial reconstruction of Europe, held from April 10 to May 19, 1922. Presented Februarj- 1. 1923.

Printed for sessional papers and distribution to Senators and Members.

36. Report of the Canadian Delegates Hon. W. S. Fielding, Hon. Ernest Lapointe and

Hon. Peter C. Larkin, to the Tliird Assembly of the League of Nations, September 3 to 30, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923.

Printed for sessional papers and distribution to Senators and Members.

37. Appendix to the Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament for 1922. Presented

January 31, 1923 Not printed.

38. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since last session of Parliament on

account of 1922-23. Statement of the .■Vuditor General respecting over-rulings by the Treasury- Board on decisions of the Auditor General. Presented Februarj' 1, 1923 ." Not printed.

39. Statement of Expenditure on account of " Miscellaneous L^nforeseen Expenses," from

tho 1st .'^pril, 1922, to the 31st January. 1923, in accordance with the Appropriation Act, 1922-23. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

40. Statement of Temporary Loans under Chapter 24, Section 13, R.S. (Consolidated

Revenue and Audit Act). Presented Febniary 1, 1923 Not printed.

41. Statement of endorsements made or liabilities incurred under the provisions of Chapter

70, 10-11 Geo. V, An Act respecting the Sliipbuilding Industrv. Presented Februarv 1, 1923 Not printed.

■12. Statement of Superannuation and Rehiring Allowances in the Civil Service during the year ended December 31, 1922, trader Chap. 17, R.S.C.. 1905, showing name, rank. salar>'. age, service allowance and cause of retirement of each person superannuated or retired, also whether the vacancy h.as been filled by promotion, or by .appoint- ment, and the saiar\- of any new appointee. Presented February 1, 1923.

Not printed.

43. Statement in pursu.ance of Section 17 of the Ci\"il Sennce Insurance .\ct. for the vear

ending March 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

44. Statement of Returned Soldiers' Insurance, for the year ended 31st March. 1922.

Presented Febniari- 1, 1923 ." Not printed.

45. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance of the Dominion of Canada for the year

ended December 31, 1921 Volume I, Insurance Companies other than Life; Volume II, Life Insurance C-ompanies. Presented Februarj- 1. 1923.

Presented in printed form.

46. Abstract of Statements of Loan and Trust Companies in Canada, for the vear ended

December 31. 1921. Presented February 1, 1923 Presented in printed form.

47. Statement of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Roval Society of Canada, for the

year ended April 30, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

48. Statement of Reeeipts and Expenditures of the National Battlefields Commission for

the year ended March 31, 1922. Presented Februarv 1, 1923 Not printed.

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Contents of Volume 6 Continued

49. Report of the Ottawa Improvement Commission for tlie fiscal year ended March 31,

1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

50. Lists of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada as on

December 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

50a. Lists of Unclaimed Balances, etc., in Canadian Chartered Banks, in accordance with Section 114, Chap. 9, Acts of 1913 (The Bank Act). Presented Februar>' 1, 1923.

Not printed.

506. Lists of Shareholders in Quebec Saving Banks; Lists of Unclaimed Balances, etc., in Quebec Savings Banks made in accordance with Sections 58 and 59 of Chap. 42, Acts of 1913 (Quebec Savings Bank Act). Presented February 1, 1923.

Not printed.

51. Copies of Orders in Council in respect to the Department of National Defence under

the provisions of Section 47, Chapter 43, 9-10 Edward VII, as follows: P.C. 1964, dated September 21, 1922, re Regulations for payment of transportation to depen- dents of Naval Officers and Men transferred from one Naval Station to another in Canada. P.C. 2224, dated October 27, 1922, re amending Pav and Allowances Regulations (Clerk to Senior Naval Office.-). P.C. 2346, dated November 11, 1922, re entry of Instructors, Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. P.C. 79, dated January 15, 1923, re authorizing formation of Canadian Naval Reserve. P.C. 80, dated January 15, 1923, re authorizing Regulations for the organization and main- tenance of The Canadian Naval Reserve. Presented February 1, 1923.

Not printed.

51u. P.C. 139, of January 31, 1923, authorizing formation of the Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. P.C. 140, of January 31, 1923. luthorizing Regulations for the Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. Presented February 13, 1923 Not printed.

51b. P.C. 202. dated February 7. 1923, authorizing Pay and Allowances of Petty Officer Instructors in Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. Presented February 16, 1923

Not printed.

51c. P.C. 64. dated February 15, 1923, authorizing an allowance to cover moving expenses for Royal Canadian Naval ratings. Presented March 6, 1923 A'ot printed.

51d. P.C. 391, of March 5, 1923, amending Rates of Pay and Allowances for the Royal Canadian Navy. Presented March 16, 1923 Not printed.

51e. P.C. 781, dated May 2, 1923, amending Regulations for the Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve in respect to the age limit of enrolment of graduates from the Royal Naval College of Canada. Presented May 8, 1923 Not printed.

51/. P.C. 716, dated April 25, 1923, regarding Pay of Royal Canadian Naval Officers serving in the Royal Na\T- Presented May 18, 1923 Not printed.

51g. P.C. 1006, dated May 31, 1923 Amendments to Naval Service Pay and Allowance Regulations Pay of Headquarters Supervising Officer. Presented June 20, 1923.

Not printed.

52. Copies of General Orders promulgated to the Militia for the period between February

2, 1922, and February 1, 1923. Presented February 1, 1923.

Presented in printed form.

53. .\ppoiutments. Promotions and Retirements, Canadian Militia and Canadian Ex-

peditionary Force, from February 2, 1922, to February' 1, 1923. Presented February 1, 1923 Presented in printed form.

54. Copies of Militia Orders promulgated between Februarj' 2, 1922, and February 1,

1923. Presented February 1, 1923 Presented in printed form.

55. Copy of Order in Cotincil, P.C. 115, dated January' 20, 1923. entrusting to the

Canadian National Railway Company the management and operation of the Canadian Government railways. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

55o. P.C. 2094, dated October 4, 1922, nominating Directors of the Canadian National Railway Company. Presented Februarj' 2, 1923 Not printed.

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556. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 5th March, 1923, for a copy of all Orders in Council passed since the first day of January, 1922, in any way relating to the Canadian National Railways or any railway now forming part of the National System. Presented April 26, 1923. Sir Henry Drayton A^ot printed.

56. Return showing the number of permits granted to take intoxicants into the North

West Territories, for the year ended December 31, 1922, in accordance with the provisions of the Revised Statutes, Chapter 62, Section 88. Presented February 1 , 1923 Not printed.

57. Ordinances pas?ed during the period Febru-iry 28, 1922. to January 18, 1923, in

atcordance with provisions of Section 11, Chapter 62, Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906, Northwest Territories Act. Presented Februarj- 1, 1923 Not printed.

58. Statement showing the number of Enfranchisements under the Indian Act, from

April 1, 1922, to January 31, 1923. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

59. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette,

between February 2, 1922, and December 30, 1922. in accordance with the pro- visions of Section 77 of " The Dominion Lands Act," Chapter 20, 7-8 Edward VTI. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

60. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada G'azctle

between February 2. 1922, and December 30, 1922. in accordance with the pro- visions of Section 19. Chapter 10, 1-2 George V, " The Forest Reserves and Parks Act." Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

61. Copies of Orders in Council passed between February 2, 1922, and December 30, 1922,

approving of regulations and forms prescribed in accordance with the provisions of Section 4. Chapter IS, 1917, " Migratory Birds Convention Act." Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

62. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette,

between February 2, 1922, and December 30, 1922, in accordance with the pro- visions of Section 5 of "The Dominion Lands Survey Act," Chapter 21, 7-8 Ed- ward VII. Presented February 1, 1922 Not printed.

63. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette and

in the British Columbia Gazette, between February 2, 1922, and December 30, 1922, in accordance with provisions of Subsection id) of Section 38 of the regu- lations for the survey, administration, disposal and management of Dominion Lands within the 40-mile Railway Belt in the Province of British Columbia. Pre- sented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

64. Copy of Rules and Regulations of the Board of Grain Commissioners in respect to

Country Elevators. Presented Februan,- 1, 1923 Not printed.

65. Report of the Director of Dominion Experimental Farms for the fiscal year ended

March 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Presented in printed form.

66. Regulations under " The Destructive Insect and Pest Act," pursuant to Section 9.

Chapter 31 of 9-10 Edward VII. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed.

67. Return of leases of wharves, piers and breakwaters. Presented February 2, 1923.

Not printed.

68. Return of tolls and dues of Government harbours, etc., for the j'ear 1921. Pre-

sented February 2, 1923 Not printed.

69. Report of the Canadian Battlefields Memorials Commission from April 1, 1922, to

date. Presented Februarj' 2, 1923 Not printed.

70. Copy of P.C. 2095, dated October 4, 1922, accepting resignations of the Directors of

the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, and appointing others in their stead. Presented February 2, 1923. Not printed.

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70a. Copy of P.C. 114, dated January 19, 1923, declaring that the whole of the preference and common stock of the Grand Trunk Railway of Canada is the property of the Government of Canada, in accordance with the Judgment of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council ; and directing that proper entries thereof in the stock registers and other books of the Company in that behalf shall forthwith be made. Presented February 2, 1923 A'ot printed.

706. Copy of P.C. 181, dated January 30, 1923, amalgamating the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada with the Canadian Xational Railway Companj'. Presented February 2, 1923 ^ Not printed.

71. Ordinances of the Yukon Te.'ritoi-y passed by the Yukon Council, Second Session,

1921, and in the year 1922. Presented February 5, 1923.

Presented in printed form.

72. Convention of Commerce between France and Canada entered into at Paris on

the 15th day of December, in the year 1922, between His Majesty The King and the President of the French Republic. Presented February 5, 1923.

Presented in printed form.

72a. Copy of Convention of Commerce between Canada and France. 1922. Particulars relating to Customs Tariff Rates in France. Presented March 19, 1923.

Presented in printed form.

73. Amendments to Regulations made under the authority of the Soldier Settlement

Act, 1919, pursuant to subsection 2, of section 63. Presented February 5, 1923.

Not printed.

74. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. No. 2413, dated November 20. 1922. in respect to

Regulations made under the Proprietarv or Patent Medicine Act, as amended by Chap. 66, 9-10 Geo. V. Presented February 5, 1923 A^o( printed.

75. Report of the proceedings of the Commissioners of Internal Economy of the House

of Commons for 1922. Presented February 5, 1923 Not printed.

76. Copies of Orders in Council Nos. P.C. 1459 and P.C. 2416. of 1922, approving tariffs

of fees of elections officers under section 76 of the Dominion Elections Act. Pre- sented February 6, 1923 Not printed.

77. Report of the administrative chairman of the Honorary Advisory Council for Scien-

tific and Industrial Research of Canada, for the year ending March 31, 1922. Presented February 6, 1923 Not printed.

77a. Financial Statement of the Honorary Advisoiy Council for Scientific and Industrial Research of Canada, for the year ended March 31, 1922. Presented February' 6. 1923 Not printed.

78. Copy of a Convention respecting the Commercial Relations between Italy and

Canada entered into at London the 4th day of January. 1923, between His Majesty the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, etc., and His Majesty the King of Italy. Pre- sented February 6, 1923 Presented in printed form.

79. Amendments to Radiotelegraph Regulations Nos. 1 and 2, approved by the Governor

in Council; and Regulations Nos 1 to 32. inclusive, 72, 75, 76, 77, 78. 88 (a) and 97, issued by the Minister of the Department of Marine and Fisheries. Presented February 8, 1923 Not printed.

79a. Amendment to "Private Commercial Broadcasting License. Form W. 69.": Amend- ment to Radiotelegraph Regulations, "Licenses" No. 2 (6). Presented Mav 23. 1923 Not printed.

80. Detailed statement of all bonds or securities registered in the Department of the

Secretary of State of Canada, since last return (March 9. 1922), submitted to the Parliament of Canada under Section 32 of Chapter 19, of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906. Presented February 8, 1923 Not printed.

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81. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th June, 1922, for a return showing a

statement of all moneys paid by the Government of Canada or any department thereof, to barristers and solicitors of the various provinces of Canada for legal services in connection wiih the arbitration concerning the Canadian Northern Railway and the Dominion of Canada, and the Grand Trunk Railway and the Dominion of Canada, said statement to set forth retainers, per diem pay, expense allowances, number of days employed and the names of the barristers and solicitors so engaged. Presented February 9, 1923. Mr. Martell Not printed.

81a. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1923, for a copy of the bills for living allowances and disbursements, retainers, certificates of taxation and auth- orities to act on behalf of the Government, of W. N. Tilley, K.C., H. A. Lovett, K.C., Hector Mclnnes, K.C.. J. C. H. Dusseault, K.C., E. F. Xewcombe, Z. A. Lash, K.C., Pierce Butler of Minneapolis, T. Ludlow Christie of New York, Laurence Jones & Co. of London, England, Charles Russell & Co. of