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SESSIONAL PAPERS

VOLUME 6

FOURTH SESSIONOFTHETHIRTEENTH PARLIAMENT

OF THE

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SESSION 1920

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A. 1920

ALPHABETICAL INDEX

TO THE

SESSIONAL PAPERS

OF THE

PARLIAMENT OF CANADA

FOURTH SESSION, THIRTEENTH PARLIAMENT, 1920

A

No.

Advertisements respecting voluntary enlistment, before year 1917 181

Agreement between Allies and Associated Powers, re cost of liberation of Territories of former Austro- Hungarian Empire. . 42A

Agreement between Allies and Associated Powers re Italian reparation Payments, etc 42/

Agriculture Report of Department of 1919 15

Agricultural Instruction Act 1918-19 15a

Air Board, Report of year 1920 47a

" O. in C. respecting re-organization of 1920 476 " Force in Canada O. in C. 1920 re organization. . 127 " Regulations O. in C. relating to, 1920 47

Alberta respecting irrigation development in 164

Antigonish, N.S. Date of establishing Branch of P.VV. Department at 101

Antigonish, N.S. and North Sydney Branches of P.W. Department at 101a

Appointments to Civil Service in Cities of Canada since 1915 191

Archives, Department of, Ottawa- -number of em- ployees in, salaries, etc 170c

Arms Traffic Convention Protocol re 1919 42c

Assets of Canada Total Amount, interest, etc. from 1910 average to present time 137

Auditor General's Report, Vol. I, Pt. A-B— A-to J. .1

" II, Pt. KtoS 1

" III, Pt.TtoZ

" IV, Pt. ZZ..., j

Automobiles respecting the amount of excise dutv collectedon, in 1918-1919 2C3

B

Banks, chartered number of, profits, etc. years, 1911-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19

Beatonville P.O. .Inverness Co. ,N.S., respecting site of

Becker & Co., London, England Copy of correspond- ence between, and Government

Berlin and Brussells Acts Convention— 1919

Board of Commerce re resignation of Chief Com- missioner of, etc

Board of Commerce of Canada, First Annual Report of and O. in C. accompanying same

Bonds and securities, statement re, 1919

British House of Commons— Resolutions of thanks passed by, to troops in late war

is

114

c

Canadian Expeditionary Forces— re payments to respecting rate of exchange 90

Canadian Expeditionary Forces— Copies of Routine Orders promulgated— 1919-1920 94

Canadian Expeditionary Forces Appointments, Pro- motions and Retirements— 1919-20 95

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No.

Canadian Government Merchant Marine Ltd. Report of Directors of 161

Canadian Militia Promotions, Appointments and Retirements— 1919-1920 95

Canadian Munition Resources Commission Report year 1915 to 1919 184

Canadian Munition Resources Commission O. in C. Copy of dissolving same, 1920 184a

Canadian National Railways re amount of work on certain lines of 97

Canadian Naval Service number of vessels of, during war— names, etc 117

Canadian Naval Service re gratuity to warrant officers of.. 43c

Canadian Northern Railway Company re mortgage deeds granted by Government to, 1918-1919 175

Canadian Northern Railway System Report of Directors for year 1919 160

Canadian Securities once held in Great Britain, now by U. S. of America 89

Canadian Silver Coinage defining standard of 76

Canal Statistics, season of navigation, 1919 20a

Captain Superintendents H.M.C. Dockyards re pay- ments to 43

Carvill, George respecting dismissal of from position of Ticket Agent at St . John 134

Census of Industry, Pulp and Paper 17c(4)

Chippewa Indians Agreement between and Govern- ment— re surrender of Sarnia Indian Reserve 207

Civil Service Commission Annual Report of, 1919. . . 32 " number of persons employed on names and salaries 150

Civil Service Commission, re correspondence with, respecting classification of Civil Service 90

Civil Service Investigation Commissions No. of ap- pointed since 1895 166

Civil Service Insurance Act, Statement in pursuance ol 50 Number of Classification engineers em- ployed in re-classification of 98a

Civil Service, respecting names, salaries, etc., of men employed to re-classify same 228

Coal operations Orders of the Director of No. 1 to 144 inclusive 202

Coal Production of in Canada past 10 years Total Exportation and importation of past 10 years 103

Commissions re date and object of appointment of since 1911 to date f 5

Commissions re date and object of appointment of since 1912 to date 65a

Commissions re date and object of appointment of since 1914 to date 656

Commissions re date and object of appointment of since 1911 to date 65c

Commissions of Enquiry re cost of reporting, trans- lating, etc. .since 1900 141

Conner, Jas., re dismissal of, etc 82

Cost of Living Bonus for Civil Service Employees, years 1920-21 193

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A. 1920

Xo. Court Martial re trials by of certain Riflemen of

Canadian Siberian Force, 1919 96i

.Consolidated Debt, of Canada Amount of in gross

also net, etc 106

Correspondence, copy of between Prime Minister, and

Prime Minister of Gt. Britain 211

Customs and Inland Revenue Report of 1919 11

" Shipping Department, Report of, 1919 11a

Departments of the Government number of non- Canadian-born in Engineers, etc

Department of Health re sum of $200,000 for combat- ting Veneral Disease

Demonstration Farm at Baie St. Paul, Co. of Charle- voix

Deputy Postmaster at Edmonton, Alberta reappoint- ment of

Dillon, John A., respecting retention as Fishing Over- seer in Co. of Guysborough, X.S

Dismissals of Civil Servants in Cities of Canada since

1915.

Dog-Fish Reduction Works Clark's Harbour, X.S.. Dominion Council of Health O. in C. appointing

same, 1919

Dominion Lands Survey Act O. in C. respecting . .

Dominion Lands Act O. in C. respecting

Dominion Manufacturers Association respecting

appeals connected with, from Supreme Court

Dominion Railways Commission re proceedings and

evidence, at Ottawa in 1911, and 1919

214 206 195 186 199

191

180

93a

74

75

153

136o

Edmonton, Alberta, re theft of §50,000 from post office at

•—Election, Return of the Thirteenth General. /■^ Emergency Fund for re-establishment of Soldiers-

amount overpaid to those not entitled.

Estimates of Canada

" Supplementary

Further Supplementary.

Exchequer Court of Canada Rules and Orders of. .

Experimental Farms. Report of, 1919

Explosives Division, Dept. of Mines Report of vear

1919

External Affairs Report of Department of, 1919

187

1 25

3 5

56 58 58a 16

110 34

Federal Government of Canada Respecting number

of persons employed by both sexes

Federal Housing Scheme— Orders in Council respect-

ing.

Feed for Live Stock in Southern Alberta cost of in years 1918-19-20

Ferry, Steamboat between Ste. Catherine and Tad- oussac

Finance Department number of employees in in- cluding Insurance Dept.

Fiset, Dr. Michel respecting appointment of in 1914 as Parcel Post Supervisor, Quebec City

Fisheries Branch at Ottawa names, salaries, etc. of, years 1919-20

Forbes, J. L. A. Reports concerning indemnity paid to widow of

Forest Reserves and Parks Act

Gagnon, F. X. correspondence between and Govt., rfi Military exemption

Geographic Board Report of including all decisions from 1917 to 1919

Geological Surveys Branch, Department of Mines, year 1919

Generals number of retiring, also number of pro- moted, etc., since six months past

Governor-Generals Warrants Statement respecting —1919-20

Grain Supervisors of Canada, Board of, O. in C. appointing, 1919

Grand Etang Harbour, X.S., re improvements on, years 1918, 1919, and 1920

Grand Trunk Ry. Co. of Canada Agreement between Government and

85

194

104

173

158/

204

156

209 72

129

224

G

No.

Greece re Contract between Canadian Wheat Board and Govt, of Canada respecting Wheat 86

Greece amounts loaned, or credits given to dates of, etc 147

Griffenhagen and Associates O. in C. re contract with, by Government 216

Halford, H. J. O. in Co. appointing as member of Dominion Council of Health 93a

Halifax Graving Dock re expropriation of 231

Harbours of Halifax, St. John, Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton, Port Arthur, Vancouver,— Amount of money spent in since Confederation 201

Harbour Commission of Quebec Documents re con- struction of Docks, Elevators, etc 131

Headquarters, Militia Department at Ottawa, names of all officers employed at 91a

Highlanders 78th Regt. of Pictou, X.S. re names of officers of, etc 142a

Highlanders 78th Regt. of Pictou Co., N.S. re names of officers of 142

Historical Documents Publication Board Annual Report of 30

Houses number of commenced and finished under Act of 1919 113

Imperial Xews Sen-ice Correspondence respecting establishment of same

Income Tax Number of companies and persons paying in Toronto

Inspectors of Terminal Elevators re authority of

Immigration and Colonization Report of Department of, 1919...

Indian Affairs Report of Department of 1919

Indian Affairs— Respecting number employed in Department of salaries, etc

Insurance Abstract of Statement of year 1919

Insurance Report of Superintendent of 1918

Insurance showing names of societies complying with provisions of Insurance Act, also, those which have neglected to do so, etc

Interior number of employees in service of Depart- ment of inside

Interior number of employees in service of Depart- ment of in Ottawa

Interior Report of Department of 1919

International Opium Association Copy of, etc

International Joint Commission re development of St. Lawrence River O. in C

International Labour Conference at Washington Draft Conventions, etc

International Labour Conference at Washington Xames of Canadian Representatives at

Intoxicants into X. West Territories re permits granted for 1919

Jellicoe Admiral Report of respecting Xaval Mission to Canada

Justice, Department of at Ottawa number of em- ployees in

Ill 178

170

231

158a*

170»" 25 45

78 100 100a

60

61 170*

Labour, Department of Xumber of employees in,

etc 158

Labour, Department of Xumber of employees in,

names, salaries, etc 170a

Labour, Department of Report for year 1920 _ . . 37

Lady Evelyn, Steamer, Documents re carriage of mails,

etc. to Magdalen Islands .■;•'--■ *' '

Lawyers, acting as public representatives in Military

Sen-ice trials salaries, eto 192

League of Xations Apportionment of expenses of,

also re Canada's share in 115

Librarians of Parliament Report of 1919 41

Life Saving Station at Cheticamp, X.S. respecting

closing of ; 221

Liquor Traffic Convention Protocol re traffic in

Africa— 1919 42d

Loans negotiated by Government since 1911 108

Lobster Hatchery sale of at Charlottetown, P.E.I. 116

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A. 1920

M

No.

Mabou, and Whycocomah, N.S. Documents re mail route between 148

Mail carriers County of Charlevoix-Montmorency, number of 63

Mail Bags re transfer of from C.P.R. to trains at Iberville Junction— 1917-1918 120

'Marine and Fisheries, Report of Department oi 1918-19— Marine 21

Marine and Fisheries Steamboat Inspection Report (Marine)— 1918-19. . 23

Marine and Fisheries, Department of number of employees in inside service of 1586

Marine and Fisheries, Department of number of employees in at Ottawa 1706

Marine and Fisheries, List of Vessels year 1919 . . 22

Mariners sick amount of dues from shipping in Canadian Ports in— 1912-13-14-15-16-17-18-19 190

Married Women No. of in employ of Government Salaries, etc 167

Metabetchouan respecting appointment of Post- master at 99

Mewburn, Hon. 8. C. resignation of 71

Metagama Stmr. re complaints of soldiers sailing on February 8, 1919 189

Militia Council— Report of year 1919 36

Militia Department re officers retained, who have not been overseas 91

Militia Department General Orders promulgated 1919-1920 94

Militia Department Number of employees in Inside Service of 1586

Militia and Defence Memo, re European War 1918- 1919 179

Mines Branch Department of Mines Annual report. 78a

Mines, Department of in Ottawa number of em- ployees in, etc \ 170/

Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses Statement res- pecting—1920 52

Missisquoi Bay re seine or net fishing in 200

Mixed Fertilizers re values of exportation of years 1916-17-18-19, etc 64

Montreal Gazette respecting names of publishers of, and amounts paid to in last 5 yrears 172

Mc

McLean, Hon. A. K., resignation of 71

Mc-Nutt, Dr. L. \V., Vancouver, B.C. correspondence re claim of against Government 157

N

National Battlefields Commission 1919 54

" " —1920 54a

Naval Service Report of Department of 1919 39

number of employees in Ottawa. . . . 170a Fisheries Branch, Report of Depart- ment of, 1919 40

Naval Mission to India— correspondence with British Admiralty respecting 176

Newspapers Amounts paid to following— vears, 1919 and 1920— "Montreal Gazette," the "Gazette Print- ing Co.," "Montreal Daily Star," "The Globe," Toronto, "Mail and Empire" of Toronto, "Tele- gram," of Toronto, "Star" of Toronto, "The Jour- nal" and "The Journal Press," Ottawa, and the "Citizen," Ottawa 226

O'Connor, W. F. copy of O. in C. accepting resignation

of same 212

Orders in Council:

re payment of Command Money to Captain Super- intendents 43

Cancellation of payment of Separation Allowance dependents in Naval Service 43a

Naval Forces of Canada, placed on peace footing. . . . 436 Ottawa Improvement Commission Report of year

1919 55

Outside printing done for Government during vears

1918-19 146

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No.

Parent, Elisee, Inspector of Inland Revenue papers re dismissal of in 1916 152

Parent, Elisee, Inspector of Inland Revenue supple- mentary Return, etc 152a

Parliamentary Library number of employees in, salaries, etc 188

Peace Conference Declaration by Supreme Council of, on Economic Conditions 143

Peace Treaty

Copy of between Allies and Bulgaria 1919 42

Serb-Croat-Slovene

1919 426

" " Czecho-Slovakia— 1919.. 33

Penitentiaries, Report of Minister of Justice, as to year, 1919 34

Port of Canso, N.S. re appointment of Harbour Mas- ter at 81

Postmaster-General Report of 1919 24

Prince Edward Island re appointment of Lieut. Governor for - 227

Printing Bureau, Govt. number of dismissals from, starting January 1 to March 1, 1920 119

Proprietary or Patent Medicine Act re appointment of Advisory Council, etc 93a

Public Accounts of Canada 2

Public cross road between Ste. Catherine and Tadous- sac O. in C. respecting 102

Public Health:—

Number of employees in Department of, etc 170n

Orders in Council relating to organization and work of.. 93

Public Printing number of persons employed in De- partment of names and salaries 170

Public Printing and Stationery Report of Depart- ment of, year 1919 33

Public Works:

Report of Department of, 1919 19

Names of tenderers for, in Co. of Mbntmorency, Que. 92 Number of employees in Canada from 1915 to 1920 . 196 Number of names and salaries throughout Canada,

up to January, 1920 196a

Number of names and salaries in Ottawa 170i

Public Service number of employees in Departments of, subject to new classification of 217

Postmasters names and P.O. addresses of, appoint- ed in N.S. since 1917 also documents re number of in County of Charlevoix Montmorency 62

Postmasters re salaries paid to 132

Post Office Department number of employees in inside service of 158a

Post Office Department at Ottawa number of em- ployees in, salaries, etc 1 70o

Post Offices number of north of St. Lawrence from Tadoussac to Esquimaux Point 112

Pound Sterling, British Value of in Canadian cur- rency in last of 1914, and in years 1915-17-18-19 124

Prince Edward Island respecting names of persons from, passing Civil Service Exams 165,

Q

Quebec and Saguenay Railway re curtailing of service on since November, 1919 197

Quebec, Board of Trade of City of, re letter to Minister of Trade and Commerce re Mail Steamers 155

Quebec, City of-rcorrespondence re Dam on St. Charles River gg

Quebec, Riots of 1918 respecting claims for damages, etc., incurred in 140

Quebec n copy of letter of Western Senators and Mem- bers of Commons, respecting routing shipments via 171

R

Radiotelegraph Regulations— Amendments to 44

" " 44q

Railways and Canals— number of employees in De- partment of in Ottawa i7oy

Railways and Canals— Report of Department of, 1919 20

Railway Statistics of Canada, year 1919 206

Railway Commission— respecting sessions of, relating to compensation for damages caused by C.N. Ry. . . 208

Railway Commission— respecting sessions of relating to compensation for damages caused by C.N. Ry. passing through North Bay 208a

Railway Commissioners:

Report of Board of, year 1919 1 20c

Report of, year 1919 . J

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A. 1920

Report of re fixing of rates for carriage of mails bv C.P.R. and G. Trunk Rys

Railway Belt, 40 miles in Province of B.C. 0. in C.

respecting

Railway between St. Camille, Que., and Cabano, Co. of Temiscouata

Railway Station " The Palais " at Que. re construc- tion of

Remissions and Refund of Customs .Duties, year 1918

Revenue— total estimate for 1891-1896-1901-1906-1911- 1912-13-14-15-16-17-18-19; also expenditure, etc

Richibucto Beach, N.B., re closing of the life saving station at

Ricthdorf, Prof. F. V., papers, letters, etc., naturaliza- tion of, etc

River Batiscan Champlain Co., respecting Bridge over

River Batiscan Champlain Co., Reports, correspond- ence, etc

Robson, Judge, correspondence re resignation of, as Chairman of Board of Commerce

Roumania Amounts loaned or credits given to dates, etc

Royal Canadian Navy 0. in C. 1920, re engagement of Seamen in

Royal Canadian Navy 0. inC. 1920, 't amendment to pay of Sergeant Lieutenants of

Royal Commission on Indian Affairs for Province of B.C

Royal North West Mounted Police Report of 1919. . .

Royal Society of Canada Report of 1919

Running Race Meets Report and Evidence of Com- mission to enquire into conditions re

Rural Mail Carriers re salaries, etc., paid to

Rural Mail Routes— Reports re, in Parishes of Champ- lain, Batiscan and St. Luc, Quebec

No

136

73

135

80

83

105

218

121

48a

147

43d

43e

66 28 56

67 132

Scientific and Industrial Research— Report of Chaii- man for Council of, year 1920 222

Secretaries Private, Number of to Members, chair- men, or members of commissions, since 1911 225

Secretary to Deputy Minister of Justice Documents respecting promotion of 163

Secretary of State, Report of Department of 1919 29

Secretary of State, Department of number of em- ployees in 1586

Secretary of State- Department of number of em- ployees in. . 170

Seed Grain Cost of providing for settlers in Leth- bridge in 1918-19-20 _ 104

Sentences commuted of prisoners to be hanged number of— 1916-17-18-19 118

Siberia Expedition to number of men composing it, voluntarily or otherwise Cost of expedition to, etc. . 96

Siberia, Expedition to Trial by Court Martial oi Riflemen attached to Expedition to 1919 96a

Soldiers Civil Re-establishment Report of Depart- ment of— 1919 14

Soldiers Civil Re-establishment re institutions under jurisdiction of, etc 159

Soldiers Civil Re-establishment Number of persons employed in Department of in Ottawa 170?

Soldiers Settlement Act Number of farms in Quebec purchased by returned soldiers 145

Soldiers Settlement Board Correspondence between, and Minister Lands, Province Quebec 107

Soldiers Settlement Board re number of persons em- ployed by in Province of Quebec < 133

Spirituous Liquors: quantity of imported into Canada years 1913-14-15-16-17-18-19 151

Superannuation and Retiring Allowances Statement respecting, to Dec. 31, 1919 49

Superannuation and Retiring Allowances re additional years granted under 49a

Superior Courts of Criminal Jurisdiction Copies of

__ Rules of 210

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia Rules of re Con- troverted Elections Act 59

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia Rules of Judges of re Criminal Code 59a

St. and Ste.

No.

Ste. Catherine and Tadoussac re subsidy connected with ferry between 173

Ste. Catherine and Tadoussac, respecting postal ferry service between 19

St. Charles river Quebec, re construction of a dam on. 88

Ste. Anne de Beaupre, Ste. Famille, He d'Orleans, St. Francois du Sud, He d'Orleans, St. Jean, He d'Orleans, He de la Quarantine, and Pointe aux Trembles, names of tenderers for public works at amounts of, etc 92

Ste. Anne de Bellevue re Military Hospital at, cost of, number of patients at 229

St. John and Quebec Ry., N.B., re procuring running rights of, over C.P.Ry. to enter St. John 220

T

Temporary Appointments number of made by

commission since Armistice still on pay-rolls 182

Temporary Loans since last session of Parliament. . . 53 Textile Manufactures re drawbacks paid to on raw

wool and cotton, year 1920 215

Toronto Harbour re work of development of under

present scheme of work 219

Trade and Commerce Report of relating to subsidies

and Steamship Subventions, for year 1919 10a

Trade and Commerce Trade of Canada (Imports for

consumption and exports) for the vear ending March

31, 1919 106

Trade and Commerce Criminal Statistics for year

ended September 1919 lOrf

Trade and Commerce Report of the Weights and

Measures, Electricity and Gas Inspection Services.

year 1918-19 10<>

Trade and Commerce Report of the Dominion Stat- istician year 1918-19 10/

Trade and Commerce Department of number of

employees in, salaries and names 170d

Trade and Commerce Department of number of

employees in, salaries and names 158a

Trade Commission overseas re purposes of creation,

etc 128

Transcontinental Ry., Commission correspondence re

Ry. Station at Champlain Market, City of Quebec

also Elevators, etc 130

Translators number of in Senate, House of Commons,

and different Depts. of Government, etc 154

Treaty between Allies, and Associated Powers and

Roumania, Dec. 9, 1919 42g

Treat j- of Peace between Allies and Bulgaria 1919. ... 42 " " " Czecho-Slovakia— 1919 42a

Treaties and Conventions Return re ratification of—

1920 42/

Tunnel, construction of in City of Quebec connected with Transcontinental Ry S4

u

Unforeseen Expenses Miscellaneous Statement re 1920. 52

V

Venereal Disease re sum of S200.000 placed with

Health Department for combatting 2t>6

Veterinary Director General Report of year 1919 . . . 156 Victory Loan 1919— Total cost and general expenses

of 109

Victory Loan Appointment of Special Committee

respecting stabilizing Loan of 1917 168

Victory Loan Total amount of commission charges

paid to brokers and agents, 1919 138

w

War Purchasing Commission Sales of Military and other supplies made by in 1917-18-19 162

War Records Office, Canadian Reports by Officer in charge, London, England _ 169

War Revenue Stamps re prosecutions in N.S. for neglect in placing on Medical Packages 126

Wharves on St. John River, etc., re liability of Do- minion Government for . 87

White, A. V.. consulting Engineer of Conservation Commission re expenses, etc. of 144

Y

Young, Arthur & Company Names, cost, amounts

paid to, etc 139

Yukon, Ordinances of Territory of, year 1920 223

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List of Sessional Papers

A. 1920

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 Name 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 bound in three parts).

1 . Report of the Auditor General for the year ended March 31, 1919, Volume I, Parts a-b— A to J. Presented by Sir

Henry Drayton, March 19, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

Report of the Auditor General for the year ended March 31, 19i9, Volume II, Parts K to S. Presented by Sir Henry Drayton, March 29, 1920 PrinUd for distribution and sessional papers.

Report of the Auditor General for the year ending March 31, 1919, Volume III, Parts T to Z. Presented by Sir Henry Draj ton, March 16, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

Report of the Auditor General for the year ended March 31, 1919, Volume rV, Part ZZ. Presented by Sir Henry Drayton, May 14, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2.

(This volume is bound in two parts).

2. The Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1919. Presented by Sir Henry Drayton, March

P> intedfor distribution and sessional papers-.

3. Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year ending on the 31st March, 1921. Presented

by Sir Henry Drayton, March 22,1920 Presented 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

1921 . Presented by Sir Henry Drayton, April 15, 1920 Presented for distribution and sessional papers.

5. Further Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year ending on the 31st

March, 1920. Presented by Sir Henry- Drayton, May 17, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.'

5a. Further Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year ending on the 31st March, 1921. Presented by Sir Henry Drayton, June 25, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

56. Further Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the sendee of the Dominion for the year ending on the 3ls1 March, 1921. Presented by Sir Henry Drayton, June 29, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

8. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance of the Dominion of Canada for the year ended December 31 1918

\oIume I, Insurance Companies other than Life; Volume II, Life Insurance Companies. Presented bv Sir Henry Drayton, March 2, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

9. Abstract of Statements of Insurance Companies in Canada, year ending December 31, 1919.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3.

10a Report relating to Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions as controlled by the Department of Trade and Com- merce, for the year ended March 31, 1919, with Traffic Returns, etc., to December 31, 1919. The Senate.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers .

10b. Annual Report of the Trade of Canada (Imports for consumption and Exports) for the fiscal year ended March 31, Printed for distribution and sessional papers'.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4.

10d. Criminal Statistics for the year ended September, 1919 Printed for distribution and sessional papers

lOe. Report of the Weights and Measures, Electricity and Gas Inspection Service, for the fiscal year ended March 31.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 10/. Report of the Dominion Statistician for the year ended March 31, 1919.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

11. Annual Report of the Department of Customs and Inland Revenue, containing accounts of revenue with statements relative to the Imports, Exports Customs and Inland Revenue of the Dominion of Canada, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1919, as compiled from official returns. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, March 4, 1920.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

11a Shipping Report of the Department of Customs, containing Statements of Navigation and Shipping of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1919, as compiled from official returns. Presented by Hon Mr Burrell, March 4, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

13. Return of the Thirteenth General Election for the House of Commons of Canada, held on the 17th day of December 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional paoert.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5.

14. Report of the Work of the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, December, 1919. Presented by Mr

Clark (Bruce), March 15, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

15. Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended March 31, 1919. Presented by

Hon. Mr. Tolmie, March 9, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

15a. Report on "The Agricultural Instruction Act," 1918-19, pursuant to Section 8, Chapter 5 of 3-4 George V. Presented by Hon. Mr. Tolmie, March 9, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papas.

15b. Report of the Veterinary Director General, year ending March 31, 1919 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

16. Report of the Dominion Experimental Farms for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1919. Appendix to the Report

of the Minister of Agriculture. Presented by Hon. Mr. Tolmie, March 9, 1920.

Piinled for distribution and sessional papers .

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6.

17c. Census of Industry Pulp and Paper Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

18. Annual Report of the Department of Immigration and Colonization, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1919.

Presented by Hon. Mr. Calder, March 3, 1920 Presented 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, 1919.

Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid, March 10, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

20. Annual Report of the Department of Railways and Canals, for the fiscal year from April 1, 1918, to March 31, 1919.

Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid, May 20, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

20a. Canal Statistics for the season of navigation of 1919 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

20b. Railway Statistics of the Dominion of Canada year of 1919 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

20c. Fourteenth Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the year ending March 31, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid, March 19, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7.

20d. Fifteenth Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the nine months ending December 31, 1919. (Manuscript copy.) Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid, April 19, 1920.

21. Fifty-second Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, for the year 1918-19 Marine. Presented

by Hon. Mr. Ballantyne, March 1, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

22. Marine and Fisheries List of Vessels, year 1919 .Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

23. Supplement to the Fifty-second Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries for the fiscal year 1918-1919

(Marine) Steamboat Inspection Report. Presented by Hon. Mr. Ballantyne, March 1, 1920.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

24. Report of the Postmaster General for the year ended March 31, 1919. Presented bv Hon. Mr. Rowell, March 2, 1920.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8.

25. Annual Report of the Department of the Interior, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr.

Meighen, March 10, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

25a. Report of the Topographical Surveys Branch of the Department of tne Interior, year 1918-1919.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

25b. Sixteenth Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, containing all decisions from April 1, 1917, to March 31, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr. Meighen, April 28, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

26. Report of the Geological Survey Branch, Department of Mines, year 1919 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

26a. Summary Report of the Mines Branch of the Department of Mines, for the year ending December 31, 1919.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers,

27. Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the year ended March 31, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr. Meighen,

March 16, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers

28. Report of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police for the year ended September 30, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr.

Rowell, March 22, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

29. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada for the year ended March 31, 1919. Presented bv Hon. Mr. Sifton, March

10, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9.

(This volume is bound in two parts.)

30. (Sessional Paper No. IS, 6-7 Edward VII, Rev. Ed.) Second Annual Report of the Historical Documents Publication

Board, together with accompanying printed volumes, being the second edition, revised and enlarged, of the first volume of the Constitutional Documents relating to Canada 1759-1791, now issued in two parts. Presented by Hon. Mr. Rowell, March 18, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

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32. Eleventh Annual Report of the Civil Service Commission of Canada, September 1, 1918-December 31, 1919. Pre- sented by Hon. Mr. Sifton, April 16, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

33. Annual Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1919. Pre- sented by Hon. Mr. Sifton, June 8, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

34. Report of the Secretary of State for External Affairs, for the year ended March 31, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr"

Rowell, April 22, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers-

35. Report of the Minister of Justice as to Penitentiaries for year ending March 31, 1919.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers'

36. Report of the Militia Council for the Dominion of Canada, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr. Guthrie, May 28, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

37. Report of the Department of Labour for the year ended March 31, 1919. The Senate.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

38. Annual Report of the Editorial Committee for the year 1920. Presented 1920.

Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

39. Report of the Department of the Naval Service, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr.

Ballantyne, March 1 , 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

40. Fifty-second Annual Report of the Fisheries Branch of the Department of the Naval Service, 1918. Presented by

Hon. Mr. Ballantyne, March 11, 1920 Printed for distribution and sessional papers.

1 . Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament . Presented by Hon. Mr. Speaker, February 26, 1920 Not printed.

42. Copy of the Treaty of Peace between the Allied and Associated Powers and Bulgaria, signed at Neuilly-sur-Seine on the 27th day of November, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr. Rowell, February 26, 1920.

Printed for distribution to senators and members.

42a. The Czecho-Slovak Minorities Treaty— Treaty between the Principal Allied and Associated Powers and Czecho Slovakia, signed at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, September 10, 1919. Ratification on behalf of Canada authorized by Order in Council of December 1, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr. Rowell, March 1, 1920.

Not printed.

42b The Serb-Croat-Slovene Minorities Treaty— Treaty between the Principal Allied and Associated Powers and the Serb-Croat-Slovene State, signed at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, September 10, 1919. Ratification on behalf of Canada authorized by Order in Council of December 1, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr. Rowell, March 1, 1920. a Not printed.

42c. Arms Traffic Convention Convention for the control of the trade in arms and ammunition, and Protocol, signed September 10, 1919. Ratification on behalf of Canada authorized by Order in Council of December 9, 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr. Rowell, March 1, 1920 Not printed.

42d. Liquor Traffic Convention— Convention relating to the liquor traffic in Africa, and Protocol, signed at Saint-Germain- en-Laye, September 10, 1919. Ratification on behalf of Canada authorized by Order in Council of December 1919. Presented by Hon. Mr. Rowell, March 1, 1920 Not printed.

42c Berlin and Brussels Acts Convention— Convention revising the General Act of Berlin, February 26, 1885, and the General Act and Declaration of Brussels, July 2, 1890, signed at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, September 10, 1919. Ratification on behalf of Canada authorized bv Order in Council of December 9, 1919. "Presented by Hon. Mr. Rowell, March 1, 1920 Not printed.

42/. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Administrator, of the 22nd March, 1920, for a copv of the Orders in Council of December 1, 1919, and December 9, 1919, respecting ratification of the treaties and conventions laid before the House of Commons on Monday, March 1, 1920 Presented March 29, 1920, Mr. Fielding Not printed.

42g. Copy of the English text of the Treaty between the Principal Allied and Associated Powers and Rumania, signed at Pans, Decembei 9, 1919. Piesented by Hon. Mi . Rowell, Apiil 14, 1920 Not printed.

42h. Copy of the agreement of September 10, 1919, between the Allied and Associated Powers with regaid to the con- tiibutions to the cost of libeiation of the tenitoiies of the foimei Austio-Hungaiian monaichy, and copy of Declaiation dated the 8th of Decembei, 1919, modifying this Agieement. Piesented by Hon. Mi. Rowell, Apiil 21, 1920 Not printed.

42i. Copy of Agieement of September 10, 1919, between the Allied and Associated Poweis and Italy with legaid to the Italian lepaiation payments and copy of Declaiation of Decembei 8, 1919, modifying this Agieement. Piesented by Hon. Mi. Rowell, Apiil 21, 1920 Not printed.

43. Oidei in Council, P.C. 69, dated Febiuaiy 28, 1920, Pavment of Command Money to Captain Supeiintendents H.M.C. Dockyaids. Piesented by Hon. Mi. Ballantyne, Maich 1, 1920 Not printed.

43«. Copy of Oidei in Council, P.C. 566, dated Maich 17, 1920: Cancellation of Oideis in Council authoiizing and governing the payment of Sepaiation Allowance to dependents of Officeis and Men in the Canadian Naval Set vice Piesented by Hon. Mi. Ballantyne, Maich 22, 1920 Not printed.

436. Oidei in Council, P.C. 559, dated 17th Maich, 1920: Naval Foices of Canada, including the Naval Volunteei Foices, placed on a peace footing. Piesented by Hon. Mi . Ballantyne, Maich 25, 1920 Not printed.

43c. Copy of Oidei in Council P.C. 1061, dated 15th May, 1920: Payment of Giatuitv to Ratings and Wanant Officer* of the Royal Canadian Navy. Piesented by Hon. Mi . Ballantyne, May 21, 1920 Not printed

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 10— Continued.

43d. Copy of Oidei in Coucnil, P.C. 1005, dated 20th May, 1920; Engagement of Seamen in Royal Canadian Navy. Pie- sented May 31 , 1920. Mi . Hocken Not printed.

43c. Oidei in Council, No. P.C. 1155, dated May 22, 1920, Amendments to Rates of Pay foi Suigeon Lieutenants, Royal Canadian Navy. (Sessional Papers, 1920, Xo. .) The Senate Not printed.

44. Amendments to Radiotelegiaph Regulations, Nos. 78, 25 and 104. Piesented bv Hon. Mi. Ballantvne, Maieh 1,

1920 Not printed.