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FIRST SESSION OF THE SIXTH PARLIAMENT

OF THE

DOMINION OF CANADA

SESSION 1887.

VOLUME XX.

OTTAWA : Printed by MacLean, Roger & Co., Parliamentary Printers. Wellington Street.

1887.

50 Victoria.

Alphabetical Index to Sessional Ps

ipcrs.

A. 1887

See also Numerical List, page 4.

ALPHABETICAL TNDEX

TO THE

SESSIONAL PAPERS

OF THE

PARLIAMENT OF CANADA.

FIRST SESSION, SIXTH PARLIAMENT, 1887.

Adulteration of Food.

8 c

Agriculture, Annual Report 12

Alberta and Athabasca Railway Co

Archives, Canadian

Auditor General, Annual Report

74

126

3

18

Banff Springs Reservation

Banks, Shareholders in

Baptisms, Marriages and Burials o6

Board of Examiners, Civil Service, Report

of

Bonds and Securities

Bossiere Bros. & Co

Bremner, Mr., Report of. '{'"[

Bridge across Welland Canal "...

British American Vessels, Seizure of 48

British Canadian Loan and Investment Co..

British Columbia, Defences of

British Copyright Works

Brokovski, Edward

5a

38

72

39

42 a

48 1

27

62

36

73

34

34a

Cadets, Royal Military College 84

Canadian Archives 12j

Canadian Pacific Railway .......34 to 34tf

. Correspondence between Interior Depart- ment and C. P. R

Agreements with James Leamy and Don- ald McGillivray

Reports on Work— Selection or Reserva- tion of Land— Point Douglas— Lands at Donald— Lands on Indian Reserve at False Creek— Payment of Moneys— New Westminster Branch— Sudbury and Sto- bie Mines Branch—Extension of Algoma Branch-Rates and Tolls-Particulars

under Consolidated Railway Act 345

Town Site of Re gin a 34c

Lands sold in Manitoba \ 34^

42 Wa

Canadian Section, Colonial Exhibition, Re- port on jt)i

Canals, Expenditure on g<

Canal Statistics 8c

Canal Tolls .!!................ 81

Census in Manitoba 29

Chambly Canal Superintendent

Change of Names of Places

Chinese Immigration 57 57a

Chippewa Indians 20a

Civil Service List "5^

Civil Service Promotions and Appointments. 5c, 5e Civil Service, Report of Board of Examiners

Civil Service Superannuations 25

Claim of Six Nation Indians

Claims in the Disputed Territory

Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, Returns

n „fr0m 53,53a, 534

Collmgs, James, M.D 32

Colonial Conference 45 45a

Commercial Relations with France 88

Commissioner, Dominion Police

Commissioner, North-West Mounted Police

Consolidated Fund

Criminal Statistics

~>a

20b 19a

28

7a 21 12a

Defences of British Columbia 62

Deposits in P. 0. Savings Banks 37

Disputed Territory, Claims in the '. \9a

Dominion Lands granted Railway Com- panies ^4

Dominion Police Commissioner 28

Dynamite imported into Halifax 61

Election Returns, 1887

536

Electoral District of Kamouraska 47

Elgin County, Junior Judge for 56

Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway 83

50 Victoria.

Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers.

A. 1887

Estimates, 1887-88 2

Examinations for Promotion

Exchange Bank •"•

Expenditure and Receipts ^a> **°

Expenditure on Canals ^

Expenses, Unforeseen

Exports and Imports

F

Fabre, Hon. Mr., Report of '

Final Report of War Claims Commission ...

Fisheries, Annual Report

Fisheries Protection Service

Fisheries Question, Correspondence relative

to

Fishing Bounties

Fishing Rights of Indians

Food, Adulteration of

Franchise Act

J

Jackson, Lieut-Col. W. H., Report of

Junior Judge, County of Elgin

Justice, Annual Report

9c

56

4

. 47

Wharf at 68

. 78

Kamouraska, Electoral District of

,47a,

96 16 16a

166 16c

20

8c 476

G

39

Gauging Molasses •••••

Giasson, Napoleon, Dismissal of <*

Governor General's Warrants 21, 21a, 216

Grain and Animal Products ^

Grain carried on Intercolonial Railway 54

John, Appointment of

Kamouraska, Kingsport, Railway from

Kingston and Montreal Forwarding Co 85

Ii

Langlois, Polydore, Wharf of |

Lands on Vancouver Island ' 83

Lands sold in Manitoba by C.P.R 34«

Laurie, Major-General, Report of J*d

Leamy, James, Agreement with 34a

Leeds and Grenville Licensees 89

Les Fonds Post Office 35

Library of Parliament, Annual Report 17

Licenses to cut Timber

List of Shipping Lobster Fishery

15c 16i

•Gray,

Recount 53

61

Haldimand Election

Halifax, Dynamite imported into

Harbor of Pinette

Harbor of Refuge at Port Rowan

Harbor of Refuge at Wellington

High Commissioner ;""

Howe, William and George, Amounts paid .. Hudson Bay Expedition

30c

306

30a

65

70

156

71 29 15 74 20<f

9

9a

Ice-boats owned by Government ^ ^

Imperial Institute '

Indian Affairs, Administration of

Indian Affairs, Annual Report

Indian Reserve near Georgian Bay

Indians, Fishing Rights of

Inland Revenue, Annual Report ..•••

Inspection of Weights, Measures and Gas... Insurance Companies, Abstract of State- ments of '""

Reports of Superintendent,

81

6 20c 20

8

86

14a

Insurance,

1885 and 1886

Intercolonial Railway- Rolling Stock

Pullman and Parlor Cars.....

Oil furnished

Capital Expenditure

Casualties to Trains

Revenue and Expenditure ...

Wire and other Fencing

Grain earned on

Interior, Annual Report.. ...... .

interior Department and C. P.

,14, 146

Main Ducks and Yorkshire Islands

Manitoba Census

Marine, Annual Report

Medicine Hat Railway and Coal Co

Metlakahtla Indians

Militia, Annual Report

Militia List

Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses

Montmorency Voters' List

Montreal Cotton Company

Montreal Flood Commission

Mortuary Statistics

Mounted Police, Report of Commissioner... Murray Canal

1 j.

McDougall, Michael L™

McGillivray, Donald, Agreement with 34<

McKay, William, Amounts paid

McLaren, Inspector, Report of

N

Names of Places changed

"Neptune," Steamer

"Northern Light," Steamer

North Shore Railway

Nova Scotia Central Railway Co

421

41

6f

75

75a

756

75c

75 a"

75c

w

54

7

34

O'Donoglme, M. F

Oxford to New Glasgow, Railway from

Penitentiary, St. Vincent de Pau!

Permits to cut Timber

Pinette Harbor

Port Hood Harbor

LjPort Moodv, Wharf at

I Port Rowan, Harbor of Refuge at. 2

,4a to < 1

50 Victoria.

Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers.

A. 1887

Postmaster-General, Annual Report 10

Post Office atLes Fonds 35

Post Office Savings Banks 37

Preventive Officers .*'*" 50

Prince Edward County Voters' Lists tfb

Prince Edward Island, Subsidy to (30

Prince Edward Island Subway 63

Promotion Examinations 5^

Public Accounts, Annual Report 2

Public Works, Annual Report 11

Public Works Expenditure '......' Ua

'Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan Railway Co

74

Railway Commission

Railway Companies, Subsidies to 80

Railway from Oxford to New Glasgow '.'. 44

Railways and Canals, Annual Report: 13

Railway Statistics 13a

'Receipts and Expenditure '.'.'.'.'24

Recommendations for Scrip

Regina Town Site .....

Report of Executive Commissioner, Colonial Exhibition

136

Ua

59

34c

12*

Representatives at Colonial Conference 45

.Returning Officers, Particulars concerning.. 53a

Revising Officers, Remuneration to 47c

Royal Military College Cadets 84

S

Schooner " Ste. Anne " 86

Scrip, Recommendations for 59

Secretary of State, Annual Report..''.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'

Seed Grain Advances

Seizure of British American Vessels 48

Seymour, M. M., M.D

Shareholders of Banks

Shipping List

Six Nation Indians, Claim of

Steamboat Inspection

Steamship Service between France "and

Canada

fit

5

52a

48a

32

18

15c

206

15a

72

\incentde Paul Penitentiary 4a to 4g

Supplementary Report of " Penitentiaries

Inspector of

Report of Inspector Moylan 4$

4c

Escape of Fortier

Charges against Roumald Gadbois Ad

-Memorandum from J. G. Baillairge 4e

V

Escape of Dorion

4<7

Ah

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary- Om^wco*.

Addenda for Defence ot Warden

Defence of Warden

Letter of J. B. Desormeau .... 4i

Reconciliation between Warden and As- sistants ..

Letter of J. E. Durocher ......... /&

Escape of Herwood and Williams u

Complaints by Chief Keeper McCarthy...'.' 4m

Charges by "L'Etendard" 4n

Evidence of Employees 4o

Letter of J. H. Bellerose and others 4p

Complaints against Adolphe Lefaivre 4q

Subsidies to Railway Companies 80

Subsidy to Prince Edward Island qq

Subway, Prince Edward Island 6S

Superannuations, Civil Service 25

Superintendent of Chambly Canal ...." 42

Supplementary Estimates ...".. 2

Swisher, Joseph 7g

68

Tache, Madame V., Wharf of

Taylor, Judge, Report of ..Z....... 56a

Tea imported 51

Thunder Bay District, Explorations in ....... 66

Timber, Licenses and Permits to cut 19

Timber, Sale of 2o

Tracadie Harbor 53

Trade and Navigation, Annual Report '.. 1

Trade Relations with West Indies 43

Travis, Hon. Jeremiah, Enquiry respecting Town Sites in the North-West

56a 34c

IT

Unforeseen Expenses

22

Vancouver Island, Lands on 83

Voters' Lists, Prince Edward County. '.'.'. .Ala, 476

W

Walters, John, Charges against 71

War Claims Commission, Final Report of... 96

Warrants, Governor General's 21, 21a, 216

Weights, Measures and Gas, Inspection of... ' 86

Welland Canal, Bridge across the 42a

Wellington, Harbor of Refuge at 300

West Indies, Trade Relations with '..'..... 43

Wharf at Port Moody .."*' 34«

Windsor and Annapolis Railway ..." 87

Wire Fencing 75/.

w«*. a- f .".'.''"I'.'.".'.'.:::::: jb

ij

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List of Sessional Papers. A. 188T

See also Alphabetical Index, page 1.

LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS

Arranged in Numerical Order, with their Titles at full length ; the Date when Ordered and when Presented to both Houses of Parliament ; the Name of the Member who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is Ordered to be Printed or Not Printed.

ERRATUM FOR LIST OF 1886. On page 6, Return No. 9a, read Printed/or Distribution only, instead of Not printed.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME A.

Census, 1886, of Province of Manitoba Printed/or both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 1.

1 Tables of the Trade and Navigation of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year ended 30th

June 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 15th April, 1887, by Hon.M Bowell-

J •' Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 2.

2 Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1886 Presented tc > the , Hon*.

of Commons, 15th April, 1887, by Sir Charles Tapper. Estimates for the M-£^g «* June, 1888 ; presented 9th May, 1887. Supplementary Estimates of Canada for teWTW endin* 30th June 1887 ; presented 14th June, 1887. Supplementary Estimates of Canada .or S^^^^a0thJr™,.1888i presented 14th June, 1887. Additional Supplement.* Estimates for the year expiring 30th ^^^^.^^^^ Session, Papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 3.

3 Annual Report of the Auditor-General on Appropriation Accounts, for the year ended 30th June

1886 Presented to the House of Commons, 18th April, 1887, by Sir Charles Tapper

P rinted Jor both Distribution and Sessional Paper

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 4.

4 Report of the Minister of Justice as to Penitentiaries in Canada, for the year ended 30th June,

1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 19th April, 1887, by Sir John ^* / P„„,r,

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers

4* Supplementary Report of the Inspector of Penitentiaries, for the year ended 30th June, 188 Presented to the House of Commons, 3rd June, 1887, by Hon. J. S. D Thompson-

Printed for Department of Justice only

46 Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 21st May 1886, praying His Excellency to be pleased to cause to be laid before this House a copy of th repot of Inspector Moylan, upon the complaints made in 1884 by Deputy Warden Oiumet St Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, against J. E. Durocher, ex-Guard of that institution wit copies of the evidence taken at the time of the enquiry referred to. and of the judgment of Honorable the Minister of Justice; also copies of all other documents relating toll complaints. Presented to the Senate, 27th May, 18Sl.-IIon. Mr. Bellerose

4c. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General dated 12th Ma; 1886, for copies of the reports made by the Inspector of Penitentiaries upon the "^ «£ Fortier, a prisoner, from the penitentiary of St. Vincent de Paul, on or about the 1st Octobe

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1884 ; and also copies of the evidence taken at the time of the enquiries referred to, and of all other documents forming part of the record thereof. Presented to the Senate. 31st May, 1887.

Hon. Mr. Belle rose See Aa.

4d. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 14th May, 1886, for a copy of the report upon the enquiry made by Inspector Moylan into certain complaints or charges against Romuald Gadbois, one of the employees at St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary,, at the end of the year 1884, or the commencement of the year 1885, together with copies of the evidence taken, and of all other documents forming part of the record thereof. Presented to the

Senate. 31st May, 1887.— Hon. Mr. Bellerose See 4a.

4e. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 17th May, 1886, for a copy of a letter or memorandum addressed by J. G. Baillairge, Esquire, one of the members of the commission appointed to make an investigation into the management of the St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, in 1884, to Godfroi Laviolette, Esquire, Warden of that peniten- tiary, requesting the latter to withdraw from his reply to the defence of Mr. Telesphore Ouimet all that might be considered an attack upon, or complaint against the inspector, the other mem- ber of the commission of enquiry ; also a copy of Mr. Laviolette' s answer to this demand ; also a copy of the report upon the state of that institution, made by the warden of the aforesaid penitentiary to the inspector after the customary visit of the latter at the beginning of the present year 1886, probably in February last, if such report has been made ; also a copy of the judgment or decision of the Honorable Minister of Justice following the report by Messieurs Moylan and Baillairge upon the enquiry held by them in 1884 into the management of St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary. Presented to the Senate, 31st May, 1887. Hon. Mr. Bellerose See Am.

4/. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 20th May, 1886, for a copy of Inspector Moylan's report on the enquiry made by him into the escape of one Dorion, one of the convicts then confined in St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, with copies of the evidence and of all other documents bearing upon that escape, including the decision of the Government upon the said report. Presented to the Senate, 31st May, 1887.— Hon. Mr. Belle- rose See Aa.

4g. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 20th May, 1886, for a copy of the addenda for the written defence of the Warden of St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, filed at the end of the inquiry of 1884 ; also a copy of the reply of the said warden to the answers of Deputy Warden Ouimet to the charges made against him by the warden. Presented to the Senate, 31st May, 1887.— Hon. Mr. Bellerose See Aa.

4h. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 10th May^ 1886, for a copy of the plea or defence, in writing, of Warden Laviolette, filed at the end of the enquiry, made in 1884, into the administration of the penitentiary of St. Vincent de Paul, by Messieurs Moylan and Baillairge. Presented to the Senate, 31st May, 1887 Hon. Mr. !e lie- rose See Aa.

Ai. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 30th April, 1886, for a copy of a letter to the warden of the penitentiary of St. Vincent de Paul, dated 31st July, 1885, signed by ex-Keeper J. B. Desormeau, of the said penitentiary, against his dismissal, and making most serious charges against certain officials, and asking for an indemnity. Pre- sented to the Senate, 31st May, 1887. Hon. Mr. Bellerose « See Aa.

Aj. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 20th May, 1886, for a copy of the report made by the warden of St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary upon the fact of a reconciliation having taken place between that officer and his two assistants the deputy warden and the head keeper— as ordered by the Minister of Justice, and as also mentioned in the annual report of the inspector for 1884-85. page xxv, lines 21, 22, 23,24. Presented to the Senate, 31st May, 1887.— Hon. Mr. Bellerose See Aa.

4k. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellenc}^ the Governor General, dated 5th May, 1886, for the copy of a lette< to the warden of the penitentiary of St. Vincent de Paul, dated 31st July, 1885, and signed by ex-Guard J. E. Durocher, protesting against his dismissal, and making serious charges against certain officials. Presented to the Senate, 31st May, 1887. Hen. Mr. Bellerose See Aa.

41. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 14th May, 1886, for copies of all reports which may have been made by Inspector Moylan, or by any other persons appointed by the Government for that purpose, on and upon the occasion of the escapes,

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in 1881. of certain persons named Herwood and Williams, then prisoners at St. Vincent dePaul Penitentiary, as well as copies of all evidence taken at the enquiries which preceded these reports ; and also copies of all other documents forming part of the record thereof. Presented to the Senate, 31st May, 1881.— Hon. Mr. Bellerose See 4a.

4ra. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 21st May, 1886, for a copy of the report of Inspector Moylan upon the complaints made in 1884 by Chief Keeper McCarthy, of St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, against Hector Demers, then Guard in that institution, with copies of the evidence taken, and of the judgment rendered by the Honor- able the Minister of Justice ; and also copies of all other documents relating to such complaints. Presented to the Senate, 31st May, 1887.— i/ow. Mr. Bellerose See 4a.

4w. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 19th May, 1886, praying His Excellency to be pleased to cause to be laid before this House, a copy of aletter from the Department of Justice, Penitentiaries Branch, addressed, on or about the 18th of June, 1883, to the Warden of St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, requesting that officer to draw the attention of the deputy waiden of that institution to certain charges brought against the latter by "L'Etendard" newspaper, which accused him of having unduly interfered in the elections for the county of Laval in 1883 ; also a copy of the reply of the said deputy warden ; also a copy of a second letter of the Department of Justice, Penitentiaries Branch, to the said warden on the subject of a new charge brought against the latter officer by the same newspaper, which complained that Deputy Warden Ouimet made use of convicts to carry on his correspondence, and particularly to prepare the reply mentioned in the first place, and requiring the waiden to demand an explanation from his deputy on this subject, with the reply of the deputy warden ; also copies of all other memoranda, documents, letters, &c, which may form part of the record, whether they be dated before or after the documents herein above mentioned. Presented to the Senate, 27th May, 1887.— Hon. Mr. Bellerose Set 4a.

4o. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 10th May.

1886, for copies of the evidence of Jean Baptiste Desormeau, Jos. E. Durocher and Hector Demers, formerly employees at St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary ; also copies of the evidence of Felix Lesage, Guard ; Leandre Mazuret, Steward; Noel Beauparlant. Instructor of Shoe- making; Adolphe Lefebvre, Messenger; George B. Lamarche, Storekeeper, and Godfroi Laviolette, Warden, who were called upon to give evidence in 1884, at the time of the enquiry into the management of the aforesaid penitentiary, made by Messieurs Moylan and Baillairge. the commissioners appointed for that purpose. Presented to the Senate, 31st May. 1887. Hon. Mr. Bellerose See 4a.

4p. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 27th May,

1887, praying that His Excellency will be graciously pleased to cause to be laid before thi» House a copy of a letter dated 10th September, 1886, and signed by Jos. H. Bellerose. in relatiom to the difficulties at the St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, together with a copy of a letter from C. A. Nutting, Esq., Advocate, dated 28th August, 1886, upon the same subject : and also a copy of the report of Mr. Sherwood, Superintendent of Government Police, charged by the Honorable the Minister of Justice with the verification of the facts contained in the last-men- tioned letter. Presented to the Senate, 3rd June, 1887. Hon. Mr. Bellerose See 4a.

4q. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, praying that Hi* [ Excellency will be graciously pleased to cause to be laid before this House, copies of all com- plaints which may have been made by the authorities of the St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, since the 24th April, 1886, against Adolphe Lefaivre, formerly an employee of the penitentiary; as also of all reports which the inspector may have made since the same date against the said Lefaivre, together with copies of the decisions which the Honorable the Minister of Justice may have given upon these reports and complaints. Presented to the Senate, 23rd June, 1887. Hn. Mr. Bellerose See 4a.

5. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada, for the year ended 31st December,"^18S6. Presented to the House of Commons, 21st April, 1887, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau—

Printed/or both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

5a. Report of the Board of Examiners for the Civil Service in Canada, for the year ended ^31st December, 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 21st April, 18S7, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

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5b. The Civil Service List of Canada, on the 1st July, 1886, pursuant to the 59th section of the Civil Service Act. Presented to the House of Commons, 17th May, 1887, by Hun. J. A. Chapleau Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

5c. Return of the names and salaries of all persons appointed to or projnoted in the Civil Service during- the year ending 18S6, in terms of section 58, sub-section 2, of " The Civil Service Act " (Revised Statutes 17). Presented to the House of Commons, 29th April, 1887, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau Printed for Sessional Papers only.

5d. Return to an Order of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, 1887, for statement showing names of all candidates at the promotion examinations held at Ottawa, beginning on 1st March, past names of all who passed such examinations and copies of all examination papers submitted to such candidates ; also statement showing whether any, and, if so, which of such candidates were examined at such examinations later than the said 1st of March, and what questions were submitted to such candidate or candidates. Presented to the House of Commons, 25th May, 1887.— Mr. Casey Not printed.

5e. Return to an Order of the House of Commons, dated 20th April, 1887, for a Return showing: 1. The number of vacancies in the Civil Service on the 1st day of January, 1887, caused by superannuation during the year 1886. 2. The number since filled, and whether filled by pro- motions or new appointments. 3. The date of the appointment, the names of the party pro- moted or appointed, and the salary paid. 4. The names of all new appointments to the Civil Service since the 1st day of January, 1886, up to the 1st April instant, the position to which they have been appointed and the salary paid; also the respective ages of the appointees ; also the changes and new appointments in the Senate and House of Commons. Presented to the House of Commons, 30th May, 1887. Mr. Mc Mullen Not printed.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 5.

6. Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs, for the year ended 31st December, 1886.

Presented to the House of Commons, 15th April, 1887, by Sir John A. Macdonald

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 6.

7. Annual Report of the Department of the Interior, for the year ended 31st December, 1886.

Presented to the House of Commons, 18th April, 1887, by Hon. Thos. White—

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

7a. Report of the Commissioner of the North-West Mounted Police Force, 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 6th June, 1887, by Sir John A. Macdonald -

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No, 1.

8. Report, Returns and Statistics of the Inland Revenues of the Dominion of Canada, for the fiscal

year ended 30th June, 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 15th April, 1887, by Hon. J.

Costigan Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

9a. Canal Statistics for season of navigation, 1885, being Supplement No. 1 to the Inland Revenue Report, fpr the year ended 30th June, 1886

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

86. Thirteenth Report on Inspection of Weights, Measures and Gas, being Supplement No. 2 to the Report of the Department of Inland Revenue. Presented to the House of Commons, 20th April, 1887, by Hon. J. Costigan Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

8c. Report on Adulteration of Food, being Supplement No. 3 to the Report of the Department of Inland Revenue Printedfor both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

%d. Statement showing the amount of tolls accrued on all the canals for eleven months ended 31st May, 1887. Presented to the House of Commons, 20th June, 1887, by Sir Charles Tupper—

Not printed.

%e. Statement showing comparatively the expenditure on cnnals for the eleven months ending 31st May, 1886, and to 31st May, 1887. Presented to the House of Commons, 20th June, 1887, by Sir Charles Tupper Not printed.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 8.

'9 Annual Report of the Department of Militia and Defence of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 31st December, 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 15th April, 1887, by Sir Adolphe Caron f. Printed fur both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

9<7. The Militia List of the Dominion of Canada. Corrected to 1st January, 1887. Piescnted t# the House of Commons, 15th April, 1887, by Sir Adolphe Caron

Printed for both Distribu ion and Sessional Papers. •96. Final Report of War Claims Commission on matters in connection with the suppression of the rebellion in the North-West Territories in 1885, being continuat'on of Appendix No. 4 to the Report of 18th May, 1886, of the Department of Militia and Defence. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1887, by Sir Adolphe Caro.i—

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Pap, ers.

■9c. Report of Lieutenant-Colonel W. H. Jackson, Deputy Adjutant-General, Principal Supply, Pay and_Transport Officer to the North-West Forces, and Chairman of War Claims Commission, on matters in connection with the suppression of the rebellion in the North- West Territories in 1885. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1887, by Sir Adolphe Caron

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Paper*.

9c?.|Report of^ Major General Laurie, commanding base and lines of communication, upon matter* H'j'iKi in connection with the suppression of the rebellion in the North-West Territories in 1885. Presented to the House of Commons, 23rd June, 1887, by Sir Adolphe Caron

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 9.

10, Annual Report of the Postmaster General, for the year ended 30th June, 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 15th April, 1887, by Hon. A. W. McLelan—

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

H. Annual Report of the Minister of Public Works of Canada, for the fiscal year 1885-86, on the works under_his~control. Presented to the House of Commons, 18th April, 1887, by Sir Hector Langevin .Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

11a. Statement of Expenditure on Public Works of the Dominion of Canada, from 1st July, 1807. to 30th June, 1881 ; also Statement of Expenditure prior to and since Confederation

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 10.

12 Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada, for the calendar year 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 20th April, 1887, by Hon. J. Carling

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[12*. Report of Sir Charles Tupper, G.C.M.G., C.B., Executive Commissioner, on the Canadian Sec- tion of the Colonial and Indian Exhibition at South Kensington, 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 25th April, 1887, by Hon. J. Carling

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I2a. Criminal Statistics for the year 1885, being an Appendix to the Report of the Minister of Agri- culture, for the year 1885. Presented to the House of Commons, 25th April, 1887, by Hon. J. Carling Printedfor both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 11.

12b. Report on Canadian Archives, 1886 Printedfor both Distribution and Sessional Papers.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 12.

12c. ^Abstracts of the Returns of Mortuary Statistics for the year 1886

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»' 13. Annual Report of the Minister of Railways and Canals, for the past fiscal year, from the 1st July, 1885, to the 30th June, 1886, on the works under his control. Presented to the House of Com- mons, 19th April, 1887, by Hon. J. H. Pope. .Printed for both Distributi n and Sessional Papers. 13a. Reports and Railway Statistics of Canada, and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the

railways of the Dominion, 1885-86 Printed for b th Distribution and Sessional Papers.

136. Return to an Address of the House of Commons to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 25th April, 1887, for a Return showing names, occupations and callings of the gentlemen appointed on the Railway Commission, showing dates of their appointments ; also copies of any instructions given to the Commission, and of all correspondence between the Government and any member of the Railway Commission touching the matters to be enquired into bv the Commission, and of the proceedings and evidence had and taken before the Commission," with statement showing (with date) the places where the sittings of the Commission have been held. Presented to the House of Commons 22nd June, 1887.— Mr. Mulock Not printed.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 13.

14. Report of the Superintendent of insurance, for the year ended 31st December, 1885-

Printedfor both Distribution and Sessional Papers. 14«. Abstract of Statements of Insurance Companies in Canada, for year ending 31st December, 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 25th April, 1887, by Sir Charles Tupper-

Printedfor both Distribution and Sessional Papers. 116. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance, for the year ended 31st December, 1886-

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 14.

r N?onoieeoth AnnUal ReP°rt °f the DePartment of Marine, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 15th April, 1887, by Hon. G. E. Foster.

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156. Report of the Hudson Bay Expedition of 1886, under the command of Lieut. A. R. Gordon, R.N.

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers. 15c. 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 day of December, 1886-

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 15.

i Annual Report of the Department of Fisheries, Dominion of Canada, for the year 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 2nd June, 1887, by Hon. G. E. Foster—

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers. 16a. Special Report of the Fisheries Protection Service of Canada, 1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 3rd June, 1887, by Hon. G. E. Foster—

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers. 166. Correspondence relative to the Fisheries Question, 1885-87. Presented to the House of Com- mons, 3rd May, 1887, by Hon. G. E. Foster—

Printed for both Distribution and Sessional Papers. 16c. Return to an Order of the House of Commons, dated 6th June, 1887, for a Return showing the names of all persons who applied for fishing bounties for the year 1885, for the district of Grand Narrows and Washabuck, in the county of Victoria, Nova Scotia, showing too the names of those applicants who, for that year, were refused ; showing too if the claim for fishing bounty t Michael McDougall was refused, and if so, why ; showing too if said McDougall was after- wards appointed fishery warden for the said district, and, if he was, showing who was his immediate predecessor, and if the latter resigned or was dismissed, and if dismissed all papers showing why. Presented to the House of Commons, 22nd June, 1881. -Mr. Larron..Not printed.

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16<i Return to an Order of the House of Commons, dated 6th May, 1887, for copies of correspond- ence in connection with the lobster fishery and close season in the Provinces of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Presented to the House of Commons, 16th June, 1887. Mr. Flynn.

Not printed.

17. Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament on the state of the Library of Parliament. Pre-

sented to the House of Commons, 14th April, 1887, by Hon. Mr. Speaker—

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 16.

18. Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada, as on the 31st December,

1886. Presented to the House of Commons, 18th April, 1887, by Sir Charles Tupper.

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19. Return to an Address of the House of Commons to His Excellency the Governor General, dated

8th March, 1886, for a Return showing : 1. The total number of Orders in Council or Depart- mental Orders, since 1870, recommending the granting of licenses or permits to cut timber in the Dominion of Canada, with the total area (actual or approximate) covered by such orders. 2. For each separate year^since 1870, the name and address of each applicant in whose favor such order was made ; the date of each order ; the area covered by each order ; the location of the land covered by each such order ; the ground rent and Crown dues, respectively, paid in each case, and the bonus, if any, in addition to the cost of surveys, in each case required ; also the whole area covered by such orders in each year. 3. The total number of licenses issued under the authority of the several Orders in Council ; the total area covered by each license, whether the area consisted of detached pieces of land or of compact blocks ; and the period of time in each case during which the license was operative ; and in the case of permits, the purpose for which the timber was required. Presented to the House of Commons, 18th April, 1887. Mr Charlton Not printed.

19a. Return to an Address of the House of Commons to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 6th June, 1887, for copies of all Orders in Council and of all correspondence between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Province of Ontario, and between the Gov- ernment of Canada and any person or persons, respecting timber licenses and Crown titles to lands affected by claims of settlers, and by mining claims, within the so-called Disputed Ter- ritory. Presented to the House of Commons, 15th June, 1887. Mr Dawson

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20. Return to an Order of the House of Commons, dated 14th April, 1886, for copies of petitions or

letters from the Indians on the North Shore of Lake Huron or Lake Nipissing. with reference to their rights of fishing in those waters ; and correspondence on the same subject between the Department of Indian Affairs and the local superintendents. Presented to the House of Oommons, 18th April, 1887.— Mr O'Brien Not printed.

SOa. Return to an Order of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, 1887, for a Return showing the amount of arrears now due to the Chippewa Indians of Lakes Huron and Superior, on the sur- render of lands made by them under the Robinson Treaty, and all correspondence between the Indian Department of the Dominion Government and the Provincial Government of Ontario, relative to the same, since the 3rd day of May last. Presented to the House of Commons. 1st June, 1887.— Mr. O'Brien Sot printed.

206. Return to an Order of the House of Commons, dated 2nd May, 1887, for copies of all title deeds, patents, correspondence, and all documents respecting the claim of the Six Nation Indians, as set forth in their petition presented to this House on the 18th April, 1887. Presented to the House of Commons, 16th June, 1887. Mr. Pater son (Brant)

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360c. Return to an Address of the House of Commons to His Excellency the Governor General, dated fith June, 1887, for copies of all papers, letters, documents, maps, &c, in any way relating to the action of the Dominion Government in setting apart an Indian reserve, under the Robinson or other treaty, between White Fish and Wanabtasch Rivers, several miles inland from the north shore of Georgian Bay ; for copies of all correspondence had between the Governments of the

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DominioQ of Canada and the Province of Ontario on the subject; and for copies of all corre- spondence and other documents and papers with the Government of Canada and any person or persons, regarding- the sale of timber upon said reserve, if any such sale has been had. Pre- sented to the House of Commons, 23rd June, 1881. *fr. Barron Rot printed.

20c?. Return to an Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, dated 21st April, 1887, praying that His Excellency will cause to be laid before this House, copies of the reports of the Commander of Her Majesty's Ship " Cormorant," and of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs for British Columbia, relative to the agrarian troubles last winter at the Indian Reserve of Metlakahtla, together with all correspondence during the years 1886 and 1887 between the Dominion and Provincial Governments on the same subjects. Presented to the Senate, 23rd. June, 1887. Hon. Mr. Macdonald Not printed.

21. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since last Session of Parliament, on account

of the year 1885-86. Presented to the House of Commons, 19th April, 18" 87, by Sir Charles Tupper Not printed.

21a. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since last Session of Parliament, on account of the year 1886-87. Presented to the House of Commons, 19th April, 1887, by Sir Charles Tupper