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SESSIONAL PAPERS

VOLUME 1— PART 2

FIRST SESSION OF THE FOURTEENTH PARLIAMENT

OF THE

DOMINION OF CANADA

SESSION 1922 9^. lo 3

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VOLUME LVIII

12-13 George V

Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers

A. 1922

ALPHABETICAL INDEX

TO THE

SESSIONAL PAPERS

OF THE

PARLIAMENT OF CANADA

FIRST SESSION, FOURTEENTH PARLIAMENT, 1922

A

Agriculture Dept. Annual Report, 1920-

21 15

Agricultural Instruction Act Annual Re- port 1920-21 15a

Air Board Annual Report 1921 141

Air Force Amendments to regulations. . 09 Annuities Act Transfer of administra- tion iib

Animals, health of Compensation paid 117 Arniaint-nts, Liinitation of Report of Washington Conference, 1921, and

Treaties 47

Armouries in Canada Data 144

Army Service Corps Data.. 189

Auditing of public accounts Expendi- tures 214

Auditor Geniral Annual Report 1920-

21 1

Bankruptcy Act Trustees District of

Montreal 121

Barristers, Supreme Court of N.S.

Payments to 175, 175 a-b-v

Binder twine Consumption in Canada,

1921 164

Board of Hearing Appeals to 155

Bonds of railways guaranteed by pro- vinces 103

Bonds and securities registered State- ment 72

Borden, Sir Robert Appointment to Limi- tation of Armaments Conference.. .. 47a

Buildings rented in Calgary for Govern- ment ottlces 134

Buildings rented in Ottawa for Govern- ment Offices lu:i

Cabinet Ministers' trips to Europe

Cost, etc 109

Caisse, J. J. Employment in Montreal

Post Office 114

Canadian E.xpeditiunary Force Musical

Instruments II2th battalion 92

43746 1

Canadian Wheat Board Memorandum re " " Legal opinion as

to constitutionality

Canals of Canada Data

Canal statistics, 1921

Canadian Government Merchant Marine

Annual Report 1921

Canadian National Railways Annual

Report, 1921

Canadian National Railway.s Passenger

trattic, vicinity Moncton

Canadian Northern bonds guaranteed by

B.C. Assumption by Dominion

CaraQuet and Uulf Shore Railway Co.

Purchase of 159,

Cattle embargo Activities of Hon. M.

Doherty

Chief Architect's Branch, Dept. Public

Works Classification

Civil Service :

Appointments in departments, 1911-22

Number

Appointments, permanent, April 1, 1920,

to January 6, 1922

Bonus Amounts paid to April 1, 1921 Order in Council April 21, 1921 Civil Service Act, 1918 Positions ex- cluded under Sec 38b

Civil Service Commission Annual Re- port, 1921

Civil Servants Number on Jan. 1, 1912,

and Jan. 1, 1922; amount salaries..

Civil Servants receiving $S00 or $900 or

less yearly

Civil Service Insurance Act Statement

for 1921

Superannuation and Retiring Allow- ances, 1921

Coal importations from U.S. by Dominion

Government, 1918-21

Coal importations from U.S. 1896-1921.. Cold storage warehouses extension of

subsidies

Country elevators Rules and regulation.s Covenant, League of Nations Amend- ments to

Criminal Statistics, year ended Sept. 30,

1921

Customs and Excise Annual Report,

1920-21

Customs and Excise Dept., Montreal Em- ployees

Customs collections, Parry Sound, Ont. . .

76

76a 161 20a

200

199

133

208

159o

128

lis

219

139 187 112

102

32

2U4

174

58

116 116a

192 45

151

lud

11

168 188

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A. 1922

D

DeBeaux, Robert Internment of 197

Destructive Insect and Pest Act Regula- tions under 94

Doherty, Rt. Hon. C. J. Amounts paid

to 100

Dominion Lands Act Orders in Council 78 Survey Act Orders in

Council S2

Dry docks at Vancouver, etc. Data.. .. 110

E

Eastern LaHave Transportation Com- pany, Limited 132

Editorial Committee Annual Report 1921 75

Elections, By, 1921 Report 13a

Election, General, 1921 Report 13

Election officers Tariffs of fees 68

Electoral Officer, Chief Report 6i5

Estimates :

Main, 1922-23 3

Supplementary, 1922-23 4

, further, 1921-22 5

Exchequer Court Rules and Orders. ... 71 Experimental Farms Report of Director,

1920-21 93

External Affairs Annual Report 1920-21 34

Extra-territorality rights of the Dominion 127

F

Farms, greater production, Blackfoot In- dian Reserve 154

Fort Edward, Windsor, N.S. Lease of . . 95

Forest Reserves and Parks Act Orders

in Council 79

Fisheries, Dept. of Establishment as sep- arate department 99, 99u

Fisheries of B.C. Cost of operation, etc. 180

" " " Transfer of control.. ISOa

Fisheries of Quebec Control of.. ..46, 46a Petition of A.

Wick and others 122

Fisheries Protection Service Transfer of

jurisdiction 44c

Fisheries statistics, 1920 17a

G

Genoa Conference Documents relating to

105, 105a

Geographic Board of Canada 17th Re- port 2i)b

Governor-General's Warrants Statement 52

Grand Trunk Railway Company $25,-

000,000 loan, 1921 113

Grand Trunk Railway strike, 1910

Sc-niority rights of employees 172

H

Harbours of St. John, etc. Expenditure

on Ill

Harbour improvements at Quebec, etc.

Expenditures on 97

Health Dept. Annual Report 1920-21.. 12

Heath, Clyde, Taneook, N.S. Trial and

conviction of 167

Hi>5torical Publications Board- 4th An- nual Report 101

Holland, Lee Deportation of lio

Hydrographic, Tidal. Current Surveys

Transfei' of jurisdiction 44c-

I

Income Tax Office, Montreal Employees 140

Indian Act Enfranchisements under . . .. 88

Indian Affair.s Annual Report 1920-21.. 27

Indian Agency, Bear River, N.S 183

Imperial Government Advances to from declaration of war 215

Immigrants Placing of upon land in

Provs. of Man., Sask., Alta 99

Immigration and Colonization Annual Report 1920-21 jg

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

Insurance Annual Report of Superin- tendent, 1920-21 8

Insurance on C.N.R. and G.T.P.R. Com- panies— Placing of 124

Internal Economy Report of Commis- sioners, House of Commons, 1921-22 43

Interior Department Annual Report

1920-21 26

Inverness Railway and Coal Co. Acqui- sition by Govt 10 7

International Labour Conference, Geneva, 1921 Draft Conventions and Recom- mendations isib

Investigators of Values Appointments to London and Paris 186

Junior County Court Judge, County Na-

naimo, B.C 207

K

Kootenay Falls, B.C. Reclamation of.. 218 King's Court Bench, Sask. Orders and

Rules 70

Labour Dept. Annual Report 1920-21.. 37

Land grants Prov. of Sask. as bonus to railways 198

Lands sold by C.P.R. year ended Sept. 30, 1921 84

Larkin, P. C. Appointment as High Com- missioner 7 7

League of Nations:

Amendments to Covenant 181

International Labour Conference, 1921 l&lb Reports of meeting, Geneva, 1921.. .. ISlu

Librarians of Parliament Report for 1921 4 2

Librar.v of Parliament Annual supple- ment to catalogue 42a

Lignite Experiments in carbonizing, Bienfait, Sask 120

Limitation of Armaments Conference,

W^ashington, 1921 Report and treaties 47

Loan and Trust Companies Report for

1920 143

Lot 225, Hudson Bay Co.'s survey. Parish of St. John, Man 216

M

Mail contract, Bonaventure, P.Q.

Changing of H5

Mail subsidies and Steamship .subven- tions—Annual Report 1920-21 loa

Marine Hospitals Service Financial statement 74

Migratory Birds Convention Act Orders in Council SO

12-l.T Qporfrp \

A I |ili;ilMMi<';il Iiidrx fo Srssioiinl fapcr,-

A. 192;>

Militia:

Ajipointmonts, Promotions, T^rtiivmonts r.i

Army Pay Corps nntn lOn

Army Sorvifo Corps Daln ISO

Biiildinfis occiipiod Ottawa, etc IflO

Ctciif^rals. ptc. Nuinher, salaries.. .. 10^

Conor.'il Orflers 63

Military districts Number, staffs, sal- aries 104

J^rrinanenf F'oroe Strenpth of 100

Militia aiul Defence Annual Report Ui20-

21 rifi

Mii>pr;il claims, Ynkon Ty.— Recorrlinp

of 157

Mineral oiitpti(, >iil<()ii Ty. Royalty tax

on IfiO

Mines Department Annual Report 1920-

21 2fi

Miscellaneous Unforeseen expenses Statement 54

Montreal Dvy Dock Co. Leases with

Covt 165. n;.^«

Montreal Ifarlxiui- Commission -Em- ployees 15S

Multigraph machines in Government De- partments— Number, etc 170

Mc

McLachlan, J. B. Comnuinicaliuns be- tween Minister of Ijabour and tflt

McQuarrie, John C. Superannuation of 123

N

Naval Service Annual Report 1020-21 . . 30 Naval Service (Fiseries Branch) Annual

Report 1920 40

Naval Service Orders in Council.. 49, 49o, 49& National Battlefields Commission Finan- cial statement 61

Natural resources of Western Provinces

Transfer of 142, 142a, 142b, 142c

Nautical assessors mode of appoint- ment 206

Newspai)er censorship during war. . . . 131 Nf>rthern E.xplosive Co. plant, Rigaud,

P.Q 191

O

< >fficials, Government, in receipt higher

salaries than deputy ministers 196

Order of Grain Buyers Respecting.. .. 209

Ordinances of Yukon Ty., 1921 62

under N.W.T.'s Act 85

Ottawa Improvement Commission .An- nual Report 1920-21 67

P

Page. H. \V. A.— Claims of 205 Park St. Charles Compan.\, Ijimiied

Documents 203

Patent Commissioner Annual Report

1920-21 10/

"Pekin," Tug Employment of iHfi

Penitentiaries Annual Report 1920-21.. 35 Pension Commissioners Annual Report

1920-21 41

Pensions paid. County Middlesex, 1921-22 217 Persons from Poland, etc., entering under

bond to farm 125

Postmaster.s :

Cfinstitiiency I'Assomption and Mont- calm -Dismissals 177

Constituency Richmond and Wolfe Ap- pointments 17R

Constituency Richmond and Wolfe

Dismissals 179

Postmaster General Annual Report

1920-21 24

Post OfTices :

Avignon, P.Q. Transfer of I.M

Carleton, P. Q. Transferor 146

Bonaventure, P.Q. Transfer of.. .. 147

Montreal, P.Q. Employees I.^i2

Paspebiac, P.Q. Transfer of 149

St. Omer, P.Q. Transfer of 14S

Shigawake, P.Q. Transfer of 150

Proprietary or T'atent Medicine Act

Memorandum 7T 73

Pre-emptions in Alta. and Sask. sold to settlers 176

Prime Ministers' Conference, London,

Bng., 1921 Summary of Proceedings 48

Purchasing Commission Origin of goods purchased 195

Puljlic Service Act Retirements under 96

Public Service Act Rearrangement and

transfer of duties.. ..44, 44a, 44b. 44c

Public Accounts of Canada Annual Re- port 1920-21 2

Public Printing and Stationery Annual

Report 1920-21 33

Public Works Annual Report 1920-21.. 19

Pulp and Paper Statistics, 1919 17

Q

Quebec Bridge Conditions imposed upon railway companies 2ni

Quebec Harbour Terminal and wharf

facilities lOS

Quebec Harbour Commission Corre- spondence with Minister of Marine and Fisheries 129

Quebec. Oriental and Atlantic Railway

Merging with Canadian National.. .. 109

Quebec and Western Railway Merging with Canadian National 109

Radiotelegraph Regulation No. 104 Amendment to

Radiotelegraph Service Transfer of juris- diction

Railways and Canals Annual Report 1920-21

Railway Belt (40 mile), B.C. Orders in Council

Railway Belt Water Act Orders in Coun-

cil.

Railway Commis.sioners Annual Report 1921

Railway.s Payments to C.N.R.. G.T.R., etc

Railway between New Glasgow and Thorburn, N.S

Retirements under Public Service Act..

Returned Soldiers' Insurance Statement

Road projects in N.S. Advances by Fed- eral Govt

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Annual Report 1921

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Trans- fer of control

Royal Society of Canada Financial Statement

50

44c

20

81

83

20c

137

211 96 59

210

28

44a

60

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A. 1922

s

Sardines sold for export Minimum price 171

School lands in Sask., etc. Acres sold,

etc 173

Scientific and Industrial Research Re- port of Council. 1920-21 51

Scientific and Industrial Research Finan- cial statement 51a

Secretary of State Annual Report 1920-

21 29

Shareholders, chartered banks of Canada 106 " Quebec Savings Banks . . 106a

Shipbuilding industry Endorsements or

liabilities 5G

Shipping (Navigation and Shipping)

Annual Report 1920-21 11a

Shipping, List of Annual Report 1921.. 22

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment Annual

Report 1920-21 14

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment Expendi- tures of Dept., 1921 115

Soldiers established on land in different provinces 119

Soldier Settlement Act Regulations

under 87

Soldier Settlement Board Annual Report

1921 90

Sorel shipyards Dismissals since Dec.

29. 1921 LIS

Stallion Clubs, etc. Preiniums or bonuses paid 126

Steamboat Inspection Annual Report

1920-21 23

St. Lawrence River Waterway

Correspondence between Canada and

U.S S9n

Reports and correspondence 8 9/

Report of International Joint Commis- sion 89

Reports of New York State Commission

in opposition 89b, 89c, 89d, 89e

Superannuation and Retiring Allowances, Civil Service, 1921 57

T

Taylor, James Appointment Asst. Supt.

Montreal Post Office 185

Tobacco Experimental Station, I'Assomp-

tion. P.Q 1S4

Temporary Loans Statement 55

Timber on Indian lands, Tp. Laird, Dist.

Algoraa 153

Timber on Crown lands. Western Pro- vinces— Licenses for 162

Tolls and Duties Remissions and refunds 91

Topographical Surveys Branch Annual

Report 1920-21 inj,

Toronto Harbour Expenditures on 1912-

21 136

Trade and Commerce Annual Report

1920-21 10

Trade Commissioners, Canadian List of 156

Trade of Canada (Imports and Exports)

Annual Report 1920-21 10b

Trade (reciprocal) with Australia Corre- spondence . 65

Treasury Board over-rulings Statement 53

Treaties of Peace : :

Allies and Associated Powers and Hun- gary, 1920 212

Allies and Associated Powers and Turkey, 1920 213

U

L'nclaimed balances, Canadian chartered

banks 106b

Unclaimed balances, Quebec Savings

banks 106a

Union Station at Palais, Quebec, P.Q. Construction and use 202

V

Valley Railway, N.B. Terms of opera- tion. 163

W

Weights, Measures. Electricity, Gas Ser- vices— Annual Report 1920-21 lOe

Winnipeg strike Correspondence with

A. J. Andrews 138, 138a. 138c

Winnipeg .strike Correspondence with

General Kitchen 138b

Y

Young, Gurney. Tancook, N.S. Trial and conviction of 16'?

12-13 George V List of Sessional Papers A. 1922

LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS

Arranged in Numerical Order, with their titles at full length; the dates when Ordered and when presented to the Houses of Parliament; the Names of 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

(This volume is hound m two jiarls).

1. Report of the Auditor General for the year ended March 31, 1921. Volume I Parts a-b— A to J. Presented March 13. 1922 Printed for distribution a7id sessio7ial papers.

Report of the Auditor General for the year ending 31st March, 1921. Volume II Parts K to SS. Presented March 13. 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional impers.

Report of the Auditor General for the year ended March 31, 1921, Volume III Parts T to ZZ. Presented March 13. 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2

(This vffolume is bound in two parts.) Public Accounts of Canada for the fiscal year ended March 31. 1921. Presented March 13, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

3. Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year endinp on the

31st March, 1923. Presented March 24, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

4. Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year

ending on the 31st March, 1923. Presented June 23, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessio7ial papers.

5. Further Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for

the year ended on the 31st March, 1922. Presented April 27, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

8. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance of the Dominion of Canada for the year ended 31st December, 1921 Volume I, Insurance Companies other than Life; Volume II Life Insurance Companies. Not presented.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

10. Twenty-ninth Annual Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1921. Presented March 9, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

10a Report relating to Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1921, with traffic returns, etc., to December 31, 1921. Presented April 28, ^^22 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3

10i> Annual Report of the Trade of Canada (Imports for Consumption and Exports), for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1921. Presented April 11. 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4

lOrf Criminal Statistics for the year ended September 30, 1921. Not presented.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

lOe. Annual Report of the Weights and Measures, Electricity and Gas Inspection Services of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1921. Pre- .<!nnted March 10. 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME ^i— Concluded.

10/ Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1921. Pre- sented March 10, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

11. Report of the Department of Customs 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, 1921. Presented March 23, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5

llo Shipping Report of the Department of Customs and Excise, containing the Statements ot Navigation and shipping of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1921. Presented March 23, ld22 . . . .Pnnted for distribution and sessional papers.

12. Report of the Department of Health for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1921. Pre-

sented March 17, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

13. Report of the Chief Electoral Officer on the Fourteenth General Election for the House

of Commons of Canada, 1921. Presented April 28, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

13a. Report of By-Elections for the House of Commons of Canada, held during the year 1921. Presented April 10, 1922 Printed for distribution a7id sessional papers.

14. Report of the work of the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment for the calen-

dar year ended December 31, 1921. Presented March 24, 1922.

Printed for distribution a7id sessional papers

15. Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada, for the year ending

March 31, 1921. Presented March 10, 1922.

Printed for distribution o?id sessional papers.

15o Report on "The Agricultural Instruction Act," for the fiscal year 1920-21. Presented March 31, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

17. Pulp and Paper statistics, 1919 Dominion Bureau of Statistics. Not presented.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6

17a Fisheries statistics, 1920 Dominion Bureau of Statistics. Not presented.

Printed for distributioii and sessional papers.

18. Report of the Department of Immigration and Colonization, for the fiscal year ended

March 31, 1921. Presented March 23, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

19. Report of the Minister of Public Works on the works under his control for the fiscal

year ended March 31, 1921. Presented March 13, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

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

1, 1920, to March 31, 1921. Presented March 17, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

20a Canal Statistics for the year ending December 31, 1921. Not presented.

Printed for distribution and sessio7ial papers.

20c Seventeenth Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the year ending December 31, 1921. Manuscript. Presented March 31, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

21. Fifty-fourth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, for the fiscal

year 1920-21 Marine. Presented March 10, 1922.

Printed for distribution a7td sessio7uil papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7

22. List of Shipping, issued by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, being a list of

vessels on the registry books of the Dominion of Canada, on the 31st December, 1921. Not presented Printed for distribution a^id sessio7ial papers.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7— Concluded.

23. Supplement to the Fifty-fourth Annual Report of the Department ot Marine and Fish-

eries for the fiscal year 1920-21 (Marine) Steamboat Inspection Report. Not pre- sented Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

24. Report of the Postmaster General for the year ended March 31, 1921. Presented March

10, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

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

1!"21. Presented March 23, 1922 Printed for distribiition and sessional papers.

25:i Annual Report of the Topographical Surveys Branch, Department of the Interior, year 1920-21. Not presented Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

251' Seventeenth Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, containing all decisions from April 1, 1919, to March 31, 1921. Not presented.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

26. Report of the Department of Mines, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1921. Presented

March 23, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8

27. Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the year ended March 31, 1921.

Presented March 23, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

28. Report of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for the year ended September 30, 1921.

Presented March 13, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

29. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada for the year ending March 31, 1921. Pre-

sented March 13, 1922 Printed for distribution and ses^onal papers

32. Thirteenth Annual Report of the Civil Service Commission of Canada for the year 1921.

Presented June 19, 1922 Printed for distiHbution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9

33. Annual Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery for the fiscal year

ended March 31, 1921. Presented March 20, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

34. Report of the Secretary of State for External Affairs for the year ending March 31,

1921. I'resented March 10, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

35. Report of the Superintendent of Penitentiaries for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1921.

Presented March 14, 1922 Printed for distribiition and sessional papers.

36. Report of the Department of Militia and Defence, Canada, for the fiscal year ending

March 31, 1921. Presented March 13, 1922.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

37. Report of the Department of Labour for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1921. Pre-

sented March 20, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessiona^ papers.

39. Report of the Department of the Naval Service for the fiscal year ended March 31,

1921. Presented March 13, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

40. Fifty-fourth Annual Report of the Fisheries Branch of the Department of the Naval

Service, 1920. Not presented Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

41. Report of the Board of Pension Commissioners for Canada, for the year ending March

31, 1921. Presented March 13, 1922 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

42. Reiurt of the Joint Librarians of Parliament, for 1921. Pre.sented March 10, 1922.

Not printed.

42'i Cpv of Annual Supplement to the Catalogue of the Library of Parliament: Classified list of all books and pamphlets added to the Library from January 1, 1921, to Decem- ber 31, 1921. Presented March 15, 1922 Not printed.

43. Rtport of the proceedings of the Commissioners of Internal Economy of the House of

Commons for 1921-22. Presented March 9, 1922 Not printed.

44. Copies of Orders in Council passed under the provisions of Chapter 6, 8-9 George V,

"An Act to authorize Rearrangements and Transfers of duties In the Public Service." Presented March 9, 1922 Not printed.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME d— Continued.

44a Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 923, dated 26th April, 1922, transferring the control and administration of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police from the Minister of Militia and Defence to the Minister of Justice, under the provisions of Chapter VI, 8-9 George V. Presented May 2, 1922 Not printed.

44b Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 957, dated May 3, 1922, transferring the administration of The Government Annuities Act to the Minister of Labour. Presented May 4, 1922.

Not printed.

44c Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1246, dated June 14, 1922, authorizing the transfer of the Radiotelegraph Service, Hydrographic Survey, Tidal and Current Survey and Fisheries Protection Service, from the jurisdiction of the Minister of the Naval Service to the Minister of Marine and Fisheries. Presented June 27, 1922 Not printed.

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

Country Elevators. Presented March 9, 1922 .' Not printed.

46. Copy of Orders in Council, P.C. 360, dated 13th February, 1922, authorizing the Minister

of Marine and Fisheries to undertake the administration of the fisheries in the tidal and navigable waters of Quebec that are accessible by way of navigation from the sea. Presented March 9, 1922 Not printed.

46a Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd April, 1922, for a copy of the correspondence and all other documents regarding the transfer of fisheries to the Province of Quebec. Presented April 19, 1922. Hon. Mr, Marcil (Bonaventure) Not printed.

47. Copy of Report of the Canadian delegate to the Conference on the Limitation of Arma-

ments held at Washington, November 12, 1921, to February 6, 1922, including Treaties and Resolutions. Presented March 9 and April 3, 1922.

Printed for houtid sessional papers and distributed to Senators and Members.

47a Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 24th March, 1922. for a copy of all letters, telegrams, correspondence and other documents exchanged between the Imperial Government and the Government of Canada, and all corre- spondence passing between officers of the Government of Canada and Sir Robert Borden, concerning the appointment of Sir Robert Borden as Canadian representative at the International Conference for the limitation of armaments at Washington. Also a copy of any Orders in Council in this connection. Presented May 1, 1922. Mr. Casgrain Not printed.

48. Report of the Conference of Prime Ministers and Representatives of the United King-

dom, The Dominions, and India, held in London, England, in June, July, and August, 1921 Summary of Proceedings and Documents. Presented March 9, 1922.

Not printed.

49. Orders in Council in respect to the Naval Service as follows: P.C. 2112, dated the 20th

June, 1921, re entry of Stewards and Cooks. P.C. 2155, dated the 17th August, 1921, re allowance to Writer ratings who have qualified in Shorthand. P.C. 3625, dated the 17th October 1921, re extra pay for engineroom ratings and cook ratings whilst on ships in tropics. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

49a Order in Council, P.C. 436, March 21, 1922, terms under which officers of Royal Navy may be loaned to the Royal Canadian Nav-y. Presented March 30, 1922.

Not jnHnted.

49b Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1189, dated June 5, 1922, authorizing regulations govern- ing the retirement and discharge of officers and men to promote economy in the Naval Service. Presented June 8, 1922 Not jtHnted.

50. Amendment to Radiotelegraph Regulation, No. 104. Presented March 13, 1922.

Not printed.

51. Report of the administrative chairman of the Honorary Advisory Council for Scientific

and Industrial Research of Canada, for the year ending March 31, 1921. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

51a Financial Statement of the Honorary Advisory Council for Scientific and Industrial Research of Canada, for the year ended March 31, 1921. Presented March 22, 1922.

Not printed.

52 Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since the last session of Parliament on account of 1921-22. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

53. Statement of Treasury Board over-rulings, under Section 44, Consolidated Revenue

and Audit Act. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

54. Statement of Expenditure on account of "Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses," from

the 1st April, 1921, to the 8th March, 1922, in accordance with the Appropriation Act 1921-22. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

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

Revenue and Audit Act). Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

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

70, 10-11 Geo. V, An Act respecting the Shipbuilding Industry. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

57. Statement of Superannuation and Retiring Allowances In the Civil Service during the

year ended 31st December, 1921, under Chap. 17, R.S.C., showing name, ranl<, salary, age, service allowance and cause of retirement of each person superannuated or retired, also whether the vacancy has been filled by promotion, or by appointment, and the salary of any new appointee. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

58. Statement in pursuance of Section 17 of the Civil Service Insurance Act, for the year

ending March 31, 1921. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

59. Statement of Returned Soldiers' Insurance for period from September 1, 1920, to March

31, 1921. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

60. Statement of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Royal Society of Canada, for the

year ended April 30, 1921. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

61. Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the National Battlefields Commission for

the year ended 31st March, 1921. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

62. Ordinances of the Yukon Territory passed by the Yukon Council (First and Second

Sessions), in the year 1921. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

63. Copies of General Orders promulgated to the Militia for the period between February 1,

1921, and January 1, 1922. Presented March 13, 1922 Not printed.

64. Appointments, Promotions and Retirements, Canadian Militia and Canadian Expedi-

tionary Force, from February 3, 1921, to November 17, 1921. Presented March 13, 1922.

Not printed.

65. Copy of correspondence between the late Government of Canada and the Government ot

Australia with respect to reciprocal trade with Australia. Presented March 13, 1922.

Not printed.

66. Report of the Chief Electoral Ofllcer as required by Section 74 of the Dominion Elec-

tions Act, as of date March 1, 1922. Presented March 14, 1922.

Printed for distribution to Senators and Members.

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

1921. Presented March 14, 1922 * Not printed.

68. Copies of Orders in Council Nos. P.C. 578, P.C. 579, P.C. 2507. P.C. 2508, P.C. 3979.

P.C. 3980 and P.C. 4725. approving tariffs of fees of elections oflScers under section 76 of the Dominion Elections Act. Presented March 14. 1922 Not printed.

69. Amendments to Regulations for the Canadian Air Force, approved by the Governor in

Council under Section 5 of the Air Board Act, 9-10, George V, Chapter 11, on the 7th day of August, 1921, and the 12th day of November, 1921. Presented March 15, 1922.

Not printed.

70. Copy of the consolidated and revised Orders and Rules of the Court of King's Bench ot

Saskatchewan, in accordance with Section 576 of the Criminal Code. Presented March 15, 1922 Not printed.

71. Copy of General Rules and Orders of the Exchequer Court of Canada, in accordance

with the provisions of Section 88 of the Exchequer Court Act, Chapter 140, R.S.C., 1906. Presented March 15, 1922 Not printed.

72. Detailed statement of all bonds or securities registered in the Department of the Secre-

tary of State of Canada, since last return (21st February, 1921), submitted to the Parliament of Canada under Section 32 of Chapter 19, of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906. Presented March 16, 1922 Not printed.

73. Memorandum of Proprietary or Patent Medicine Act. as amended by Chap. 66, 9-10

Geo. v. Presented March 17, 1922 Not printed.

74. Statement of Revenue and Expenditure on account of Marine Hospitals Service, from

April 1, 1921, to February 28, 1922. Presented March 17, 1922 Not printed.

75. Fifth Annual Report of the Editorial Committee on Government Publications, dated 30th

January, 1922. Presented March 17. 1922 Not printed.

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76. Memorandum presented to the Dominion Government by the Canadian Council of Agri-

culture regarding the Re-establishment of the Canadian Wheat Board. Presented March 22, 1922 Not printed.

76a. Written opinion of the Law Officers of the Crown upon the question of the constitu- tionality of the reconstitution of the Wheat Board with the powers conferred thereon by the Orders in Council, establishing or extending the same. Presented April 19, 1922.

Not printed.

77. Return to an Address of the Senate of the 22nd March, 1922, for a copy of the Order in

Council appointing P. C. Larkin as High Commissioner for Canada in London, with a copy of instructions defining his powers and duties. Presented March 22, 1922. Rt. Hon. Sir George Foster Not printed.

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

1st January, 1921, and the 26th January, 1922, in accordance with the provisions of Section 77 of "The Dominion Lands Act," Chapter 20, 7-8 Edward VII. Presented March 23, 1922 Not printed.

79. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette between

the 1st January, 1921, and the 26th January, 1922, in accordance with the provisions of Section 19, Chapter 10, 1-2 George V "The Forest Reserves and Parks Act." Presented March 23, 1922 Not lirinted.

80. Copies of Orders in Council passed between the 1st January, 1921, and the 26th January,

1922, approving of regulations and forms prescribed in accordance with the provisions of Section 4, Chapter 18, 1917. "Migratory Birds Convention Act." Presented March 23, 1922 Not printed.

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

the British Columbia Gazette, between 1st January, 1921, and the 26th January, 1922, in accordance with provisions of Subsection (d) of Section 38 of the regulations for the survey, administration, disposal and management of Dominion Lands within the 40-mile Railway Belt in the Province of British Columbia. Presented March 23, 1922.

Not printed.

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

the 1st January, 1921, and the 26th January, 1922, in accordance with the provisions of Section 5 of "The Dominion Lands Survey Act," Chapter 21, 7-8 Edward VII. Presented March 23, 1922 Not printed.

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

the 1st January, 1921, and the 26th January, 1922, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter l7, 2 George V, entitled "The Railway Belt Water Act." Presented March 23, 1922 Not printed.

84., Return showing all lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company during tha year ended 30th September, 1921, together with the names of the purchasers, in accordance with 49 Victoria, Chapter 9, Section 8. Presented March 23, 1922.

Not printed.

85. Ordinances passed during the period 1st March, 1921, to 28th February, 1922, in accord-

ance with provisions of Section 11, Chapter 62, Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906, Northwest Territories Act. Presented March 23, 1922 Not printed.

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

Territories, for the year ended the 31st of December, 1921, in accordance with tha provisions of the Revised Statutes, Chapter 62, Section 88. Presented March 23, 1922.

Not printed.

87. Regulations made under the authority of the Soldier Setltement Act, 1919, pursuant to

Subsection 2 of Section 63. Presented March 23. 1922 Not printed.

88. Statement showing the number of Enfranchisements under the Indian Act, from 1st

April, 1921, to 9th March, 1922. Presented March 24, 1922 Not printed.

89. Report of the International Joint Commission on the St. Lawrence Navigation and

Power Investigation, 1921. Appendices A, B, C. D, E, B2, F, Ga, Gb, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, and Book of Plates. Presented March 27 and April 19, 1922 Not printed.

89«- Correspondence between the Government of Canada and the United States Government concerning the St. Lawrence River Improvement scheme. Presented May 30, 1922.

Printed for sessio7ial papers and distribution to Senators and Members.

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89b. Copy of Progress Report No. 3 of the Commission appointed by the State of New Yorlt In opposition to the St. Lawrence Ship Canal and Power Project. Presented June 5, 1922 2Vot jrrinted.

89c. Copy of Preliminary Report of the Commission appointed by the State of New York in opposition to the St. Lawrence Ship Canal and Power Project. Presented June 12, 1922.

Not printed.

SQd. Copy of Progress Report No. 1 of the Commission appointed by the State of New York in opposition to the St. Lawrence Ship Canal and Power Project. Presented June 12, 1922 Not printed.

89e. Copy of Progress Report No. 2 of the Commission appointed by the State of New York in opposition to the St. Lawrence Ship Canal and Power Project. Presented June 12, 1922 Not jrrinted.

89/. Return to an Order of the Senate for a copy of all reports and correspondence in rela- tion to the St. Lawrence River Ship Canal. Presented June 27, 1922. Hon. Mr. Casgrain Not printed.

90. Report of the Soldier Settlement Board on its activities and operations from its incep-

tion, January 31, 1918. to March 31, 1921. Presented March 29, 1922. .. .Not printed.

91. Statement of Remissions and Refunds in Tolls and Duties, recorded in the Department

of the Secretary of State of Canada, for year ended March 31, 1921. Presented March 30, 1922 Not printed.

92. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th March, 1922, for a copy of all letters, tele-

grams, petitions, accounts and all other documents in possession of, or under the control of the Government of Canada, relating to the musical instruments of the 112th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force. Presented March 30, 1922. Mr. Martell.

Not printed.

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

March 31, 1921. Presented March 31, 1922 Not printed.

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

31 of 9-10 Edward VII. Presented March 31, 1922 Not jyrinted.

95. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 24th March,