Sessional papers of the Dominion of Canada 1915
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GovemmenS ( Publication iPV^^C.-;^^'••-w.^^/|Q_.,^;5^' f ,o i-X^^rv^-ut^ / <=^-*^Lc-A_^ s SESSIONAL PAPERS '»7 /t. ^2VOLUME 1-PA^RT FIFTH TWELFTH PARLIAME.NTSESSION OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA >^^^'^ -J SESSIONSESS 1915^ ^^^ :V VOLUME L. 109159.5 ———— — — — — — —— 5 George V. Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. A. 1015 ALPHABETICAL li^DEX TO TUE SESSIONAL PAPERS OK THE PARLIAMENT OF CANADA SESSION, TWELFTH PARLIAMENT, 1915.FIFTH B Belanger, Theophile—Correspondence re Abercorn, Quebec—re number, salaries of claims made by the detention of bag- employees at Customs port of in 1911.. 180 gage, etc 254 Agriculture—Report of the Jlinister of Belgium—Communication from Consul for year 1914ended March 31, 15 General of re protest of against German Agricultural Instruction ReportAct— on Chancery, etc 233 for 1913-14 93 Bluff Head, Yarmouth N.S.Co., re re- Instruction Act—Return re pairs and extension of breakwater at. 186 arrangements between Government and Bonds and Securities—Detailed state- Provinces 93a ment of since January 21, 1914 102 Agricultural Instruction Act Correspon- Boots—Report— of Board of Officers on, dence between Dr. C. James, as supplied CanadianC. J. C. to force 91 Chapais and Provinces re Boots, ankle Showing93t — how many firms American citizen re killing of. and shoot- ordered from, number of, etc 117 ing another by Militia in Lake Erie, Bow River Power and Storage Investi- <;tc 143 gation, seasons of 1911-12-13 25e Antigonish Harbour re dredging at since Brownlee, T. A. it medical supplies pur- 1912, etc 164 chased from by Government since July Armoury at Amherst, N.S. re construc- 1, 1914 . 261 tion of, etc 89 Bicycles re number of firms and persons Archives—Report of work of for year from whom Government ordered since 1913 July29b 1, 1914 225 Astronomer Chief—Report of for year ending March 31 25a c Atlantic Ocean Freight Rates—Documents Canadian :Pacific Railwayre from Nova Scotia to Dept. of Trade Average cost per mile from inceptionand Commerce, since August, 1914.. 267 to date, etc., also average rental, etc. 46Auditor General's Report 3 Vols.—Pts. Copy of agreement between Govern-A to L M to V ; ; V to Z 1 ment and re special grant respecting irrigation system in Albtrta 98 Re lands sold by during year endedB September 30, 1914 106 Re Copies of O. in C. re required under Baker Lake, N.B. re correspondence be- Resolution passed in 1S82, since last tween Dept. of iJarine and Fishery return 115 Overseer at 297 Canadian Northern Railway Co. : Barracks Property. Shelburne, N.S. re Return showing total bond issue of, purchase of by Government 273 and affiliated companies, cost to date Eannatyne, R. re copies of documents of construction of lines composing respecting cancellation of entr.v for N. system, etc 79 W. section ofJ land in section 24, Copies of Reports of Committee of township range35, IS, west of 2nd Privy Council re advances made to, meridian 104 and also G.T.P. Ry. Co., o4c 190 79240—1 — ———— — ——— — — '^.George Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. A. 1915 Canada Cycle and Motor Co.—Relating Dismissals Continued. to tires purchased by Government from 130 Employees—dismissed, resigned, desert- Canadian Car and Foundry Co. of Am- ed to date, etc.. from Oct. 10, 1911.. 85a herst, forN.S. re cost of preparing— desert- military 155purposes, etc ed etc., Oct 1911., 856to date, from 10, Capitally convicted in Canadapersons Employees—dismissed, resigned, desert- Statistics from 1S67 Feb. 1914.. .. 63to 1911.. 85ced to date, etc., from Oct. 11, Caraquet and Tracadie re tenders re-— desert- ceived for mail service between.. .. 191 1911.. 85ded to date, etc., from Oct. 10, Car.slalie Hotel re purchase of for Post appointedEmpIo-\'ees—dismissed and 218Office purposes in 1911, to date. 86P.E.I, since Oct. 10. 1911 Agriculture,Census of Canada. — Humphries, A. E., Inspector of Immi- Volume IV B grations, Lethbridge, Alta 132 Chance Harbour and Trenton, Pictou Co. Hutchinson, Leonard, Chief Keeper. N.S. re mail contract IQ'i Dorchester Penitentiary 181 Churchill and Port NeUson, Ports of re Hurlbert, T. P., Postmaster, Springdale, plans, reports, and soundings of . . . . 70 Yarmouth Co., N.S 208 Civil Service List of Canada, for year, Higginbotham, Edwd. N., Postmaster, 1914 30 274Lethbridge, Alta Civil Service Commission—Annual Re- Ingraham, H. W., Asst. Regristrar of 1914.port of for year ended August 31, 31 157alien enemies, Sydney, C.B Alberta, Saskatche-Coal imported into Larivifre, Mr.—Dominion Lands Agent from in 1914wan and Manitoba U. S. at Girouard 100 96—duties, etc Mallet Mr.—Captain of lifeboat station"" Coasting Voyages —respecting such 159at Choticamp, N.S defined in Canada Shipping Actas Marshall, Chas. 1£.—Postmaster at since 1SS6 214 Nanton, Alta 211 Commander Lieut.—Lieutenant Comman- Medicine Hat, and McLeod—dismissals der Engineer, and Com- and appts. in present constituencies mander, R.C.M.V.R.. NavT 43a of from 1S96 to present date 296 Investigation ReportConciliation and — McGibbon, A. R.—Customs Service, year endedof Registrar of Board of, 108Lethbridge, Alta 36aMarch 31, 1914 McKenzie, John—M. D. to IndiansDr. re names of firms or per-Cotton Shirts of Pictou N.S 160Co., from whom purchased by Govt.sons Postmaster Johnstown, Richmondat since July 1, 1914 260a Co., N.S 62 Criminal Statistics for year 1913 17 at St. Romuald, Que.... 105 Customs—Report of Department of for Pipes. Brown—Customs service Leth- year ended March 31, 1914 11 bridge. Alta 108 :—Shelburne Co.. N.S. J. V. Smith of (Wood Harbour) ; John H. Lyons. Barrington Pas- sage Wm. L. Smith. Baccaro ; E. ; Storage CommissionerDairy and Cold D. Smith. Shag Harbour ; J. A. of for year ended March 31,Report Orechia. Woods 139 • 15a1914 J. C. Morrison. Shelburne ; Albert Branch ofDartmouth and Dean's, P. O. Mahaney, Churchover ;W. L. Smith.whomI.e. Ry.—Names of persons from Baccaro. N.S. ; J. A. Arechia. 251lands have been bought, etc Lower Wood Harbour, and J. C. DegreeDemarcation of Meridian of 141st Shelburne,Morrison, N.S 139a Report of Commis-West Longitude— Thomas. John, Postmaster Ham-at 97sioners, re mond's Plain, N.S 205-205a and Pest Act—Regu-Destructive Insect Thomson, V/. M., at Fort under 92lations Qu'Appelle, Bask .. 244 :Dismissals Dominion Police Force—Statement relat- 82Avard, Fredk., of I.C.R ing to for year 1914 69 carpenter onArbxickle, Isaac, foreman Trust Company—documents re 244I.C.R. at Pictou, N.S incorporation of, etc 121 Customs offi-Blais, Alex., Lfivis. Que.— Dominion Trust Company respecting cer- Eradore Bay 240 tain passed by Legislature of B.C.,cer at Act Wiswell—Sectionman at Stel- relating to 121aBruce, N.S. on I.C.R 198 Dominion Lands Survey Act, O. in C.larton, Brennan, Jas., fireman, I.C.R. at Stel- from Dec. 13, to January 15, relating larton, N.S 112 to 128 Bonnyman, Alfred H.—Postmaster at Dominion Lands Survey Act, O. in C. 204 February 1915.Mattatal Lake, N.S from January 1914 to 128a Quarantine Service "within mile Ry. BeltCase, W. A.—Govt. Lands 40 80 in 1914 re 1286Halifax, N.S in B.C.—O. in C. 82 Lands—40 mile Ry. Belt B.C.Carter, "Warren, of I.C.R Dominion Postmaster at St. Hermas. O. in C. re between Dec. 1913, and Jan.Cyr, Emile, Two Mountains 275 15, 1915 12ScCo. of of Little Bras D'Or, N.S... 292 Drill Shed or armoury at Inverness, In-Day, Jos., Ulric, Lightkeeper a-t St. Chas. verness Co., N.S.—Correspondence re. . 125Dion, Caplan. Quebec 5S Duck Mountain Timber Reserve—docu-de resigned, desert- ments re placing of settlers on home-Employees—dismissed, steads of, 259etc., from Oct. 10, 1911... 85 etced to date,