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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 6.

Life and Accidental Insurance in Canada: Abstract of, for the year 1883.

12... INTERIOR :—Annual Report of the Department of, for the year 1883.

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13... SECRETARY OF STATE OF CANADA:-Report of, for the year ended 31st December, 1883.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 8.

15a.

Return (in part) to Order; Statement showing the names, etc., of all em-
ployés in the various Departments of the Dominion in British Columbia.
(Not printed.)

Supplementary Return to preceding. (Not printed.)

16... PENITENTIARIES IN CANADA:-Report of the Minister of Justice on, for the year ended 30th

June, 1883.

No. 196. SUPERANNUATION :-Supplementary Return, covering time lapsed since preceding order. (Sessional Papers only.)

19c.

Return to Order; Return of the total amount paid into the Superannuation Fund during the time of service by each of those superannuated during the year ended 31st December, 1883. (Sessional Papers only.)

20... GOVERNOR GENERAL'S WARRANTS:-Statement of, issued since the last Session of Parliament, in accordance with the Act 41 Vic., chap. 7, sec. 32, sub-sec. 2, on account of the fiscal years, 1882-83, and 1883-84. (Distribution only.)

21... SUBSIDIES:-Return to Order; Return of moneys advanced to New Brunswick, on account of and in anticipation of the subsidy, since January 1st, 1882, etc. (Not printed.)

21a.

216.

21c.

21d.

216.

21f.

21g.

Return to Order; Statement of all sums paid by Canada on account or in full of the subsidies voted to the several railway companies mentioned in chapter 25, Act 46 Vic. (1883).

Return to Address; Copies of all correspondence, etc., respecting the grant or payment of any subsidies to railways, not already brought down, to date.

Return to Address; Statement showing: 1. The names of all railway companies which have made application to the Government or Parliament of Canada for subsidies from 1867 up to this date; 2. The names of the rallway companies to which have been granted and paid subsidies by the Dominion Government, from 1867 to this date; 3. The sums paid to each of the said railway companies from 1867 to this date; 4. The length of the said Railways; 5. The names of the Province or Provinces traversed by the said railways; 6. The original amount of the mortgage held by the Dominion on the properties of the Northern Railway Company of Canada; 7. Copy of the Order in Council effecting the discharge of the said mortgage in favour of the said company, the date of the said discharge, and the amount of interest accrued on the said mortgage at the date of discharge; and 8. The amounts paid by the Government of Canada, from 1867 to this date, for the extension of the Intercolonial Railway in the City of Halifax. (Not printed.)

Return to Address; Copies of all correspondence, etc., not already brought down, in reference to subsidies or grants for Manitoba, the extension of its boundaries, the territory disputed between it and Ontario; its school lands, public lands within the Province, and railway questions affecting the Province.

Return to Address; Copies of all correspondence, etc., respecting the con-
struction or subsidizing of the proposed railway line between Graven-
hurst and Callander. (Not printed.)

Papers respecting aid to Quebec and other Provinces and railway subsidies,
as follows:-Memorandum respecting the claim of Quebec; Montreal to
St. John, Halifax and Sydney; Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa Rail-
way; Pontiac Pacific Junction Railway; Ottawa and Gatineau Valley
Railway; Napanee and Tamworth Railway; Erie and Huron Railway;
Ontario and Pacific Railway; Kingston and Pembroke Railway Com-
pany; Railway and Bridge between Jacques Cartier Union Railway
Junction and St. Martin's Junction; St. Louis to Richibucto Railway;
Hopewell to Alma; St. Andrews to Lachute Railway; Grand Piles to
Lac des Iles Railway; Western Counties, Annapolis to Digby Railway;
Baie des Chaleurs, Caraquet to Shippigan; Metapediac to Paspebiac;
Miramichi Valley Railway; Derby Station to Indian Town (I. C. R.
Branch.) (Sessional Papers only.)

Copy of contract between Her Majesty the Queen, acting in respect of the
Dominion of Canada, and therein represented by the Hon. Sir Charles
Tupper, K.C.M.G., Minister of Railways and Canals,-and the Northern
Pacific Junction Railway Company. (Not printed.)

22... EXPENSES OF COMMISSIONERS, ETC. :-Return to Order; Return showing the expenses in detail

22a.

incurred by the several members of the Government, and any other person sent to England or elsewhere, on behalf of the Government, from 16th December, 1880, to the present. (Not printed.)

Supplementary Return to preceding. (Not printed.)

No. 23... EMPLOYÉS IN MILITARY DISTRICTS:-Return to Order; Return showing the name of each officer and employé in each Military District, with salary and date of appointment. (Not printed.)

24... COST OF CONVEYING PRISONERS:-Return to Order; Statement showing the cost per capita of conveying prisoners from county gaols to penitentiaries, in the years 1880-81 and 1881-82. (Not printed.)

25... DOMINION LANDS:-Return to Order; Return showing the total acres of public land sold during the year 1882, the number of parties to whom sold, the average price, and the total amount received from sales.

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Return (in part) to Address; 1. Copies of all correspondence, etc., with the Land Commissioner at Winnipeg, or other land agent, respecting the withdrawal of lands in the Mile Belt from homestead and pre-emption, and respecting the opening of said lands for homestead and pre-emption. 2. All correspondence, etc., as to the claims of settlers and squatters on such lands. 3. All correspondence, etc., respecting the sale of such lands, etc. 4. All regulations respecting the claims made by settlers or squatters on such land. (Not printed.)

Return to Order; Return giving copies of all regulations or orders_issued concerning the sale or management of Agricultural Lands, Timber Lands, Pasture Lands, Mineral Lands and Town Sites, not covered by the Order of last Session. (Not printed.)

Return to Order; Representation to the Government on the subject of the simplification of the system of transfer of lands of the North-West. (Not printed.)

Return to Order; Copies of correspondence, if any, between the Mayor and Council of Winnipeg and the Government, in reference to a grant or lease of the land at Fort Usborne to the city for park purposes. (Not printed.) Return to Address; Copies of the Order in Council setting apart lands to be granted to the Qu'Appelle Valley Farming Company; also, all correspondence, etc., in reference to the fulfilment of the terms of said order, and the removal of settlers found on said lands, etc. (Not printed.) Return to Order; Return showing the total number of acres of public lands surveyed in Keewatin, Manitoba and the North-West Territories, previous to the year 1883, and the cost per acre of such survey. (Not printed.) Return to Order; Return showing the total number of acres of public lands entered as homesteads and pre-emptions during the year 1883, with the number of such entries, etc. (Not printed.)

Return to Address (Senate); Return showing all Orders in Council, etc., since 1st January, 1882, with reference to the sale of, or the order for the sale of, Ordnance Lands in Sorel Seigniory. (Not printed.)

Return to Order; Return concerning the sales of Dominion Lands in Manitoba and the North-West Territories during 1882. (Not printed.)

Return to Order; Return showing the total number of applications for land for colonization, under Plan No. 1 of the land regulations of December 23rd, 1881, where conditions have been complied with and applications agreed to, etc., up to January 1st, 1883. (Sessional Papers only)

Return to Order; Return showing the total number of acres of public lands sold in the year 1883, the average price per acre, and the total amount received from such sales; also, the number of applications under Colonization Plans Nos. 1 and 2, under regulations of December 23rd, 1881, the number of acres granted under each application, etc. (Not printed.)

Return to Order; Return showing the number of acres or square miles of timbered lands or timber limits sold by the Government since 1st March, 1883, in or convenient to the Bow River country, in the North-West, giving the names of the parties sold to, and the prices paid, etc. (Not printed.)

Supplementary Return to No. 256. (Not printed.)

Return to Order; Return giving copies of all regulations issued concerning the management or sale of Agricultural Lands, Mineral Lands, Timber Lands, Pasture Lands, and Town Sites, since December 23rd 1881. (Not printed.)

No. 250. DOMINION LANDS:-Return to Order; Return of all Reports not hitherto published, relating to the character and probable resources of the country through which the Canadian Pacific Railway is being constructed, to the north of Lakes Huron and Superior, embracing all information in possession of the Government in respect to the whole of the region intervening, between the Great Lakes and the southern coast of Hudson Bay. (Not printed.) Return to Order; Copies of all applications for, etc., and statement of all sales or leases made of Coal Lands in the North-West, not covered by the Returns already ordered, and of the particulars of all conversions of leaseholds into freeholds of Coal Lands; and the payments made under any leases, sales or conversions. (Not printed.)

25p.

257.

25r..

258.

251..

25u.

25v.

2520.

Return to Address; Copies of all correspondence between the Provincial
Agricultural and Industrial Society, also the Board of Agriculture of
Manitoba, and the Government, on the subject of a grant of land in Winni-
peg for Exhibition purposes. (Not printed.)

Return to Order; Return showing the number of acres of Public Lands
surveyed in Manitoba and the North-West Territory, in the year 1883,
and the cost per acre of such survey. (Not printed.)

Supplementary Return to No. 25a. (Not printed.)

Return to Address; Copies of all correspondence, etc., with agents, as to the withdrawal from homestead and pre-emption of all lands south of the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway; also, the existing regulations in respect to the disposal of said lands. (Not printed.)

Return to Address: 1. Copies of all correspondence, etc., with agents as to the withdrawal from homestead and pre-emption of the lands south of the Canadian Pacific Railway. 2. All correspondence, etc., as to the claims of settlers or squatters on such lands. 3. All correspondence, etc, respecting the sales of such lands. 4. All sales effected privately up to 1st January, 1884; with the conditions and price. 5. All correspondence, etc., respecting the re-opening of said lands for homestead and preemption. (Not printed.)

Return to Addres; 1. Copies of all correspondence, etc., with the agents of the Government respecting the withdrawal from homestead and preemption of all lands in the Town Reserve, at Regina, Moose Jaw, and other places in the North-West Territories on the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and respecting the re-opening of the said lands for homestead and pre-emption, with the terms and conditions on which so re-opened. 2. All correspondence, etc., as to the claims of settlers and squatters on such lands. 3. All correspondence, etc., respecting the sale of such lands. 4. All regulations, etc., respecting the claims made by settlers or squatters on such lands. (Not printed.)

Return to Order; Return showing the number of Pasture Land Leases granted in the year 1883, the name of each lessee, the estimated number of acres covered by each lease, the term of each lease, the sum received and to be received upon each lease, and the total number of acres leased, and the total receipts from leases during the year. (Distribution only.)

26... VICE-ADMIRALTY COURTS:-Return to Address; Return showing the amount of money paid

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as the emoluments of their offices, to the Judge, Registrar and Marshal of the Vice-Admiralty Courts at Quebec, Halifax and St. John, respectively; also, a Return showing the number of libels filed and cases tried in the said Courts respectively, from 1st July, 1867, to the present date. (Distribution only)

Return to Address; Copies of all dispatches not already brought down, from the Imperial Government, in relation to the Vice-Admiralty Courts in the Dominion, and the change of procedure and practice therein. (Not printed.)

27.. LIGHTHOUSES:-Return to Order; Copies of all correspondence, etc., in connection with the erection of a lighthouse at Westhavers' Point, Hubbard's Cove, Lunenburg County, and all instructions to the Commander of the steamship "Newfield," or any other officer of the Government, in reference to said lighthouse, under which he acted on 10th June, 1882; also, copy of agreement for the purchase of land for said lighthouse between the Government and C. E. Kaulbach, Esq., M. P. (Not printed.)

No. 274. LIGHTHOUSES :-Return to Order; Return showing in detail the amounts expended, with vouchers, from 1st January, 1880, in repairs on the Pelée Island, Long Point and Rondeau lighthouses; also, copy of all correspondence between the Government and John Corbett, also William Grubb, or any other person relating to the Pelée Island lighthouse. (Not printed.)

28... DOMINION MONEY ON DEPOSIT :-Return to Order; Statement showing the amount of money on deposit to the credit of the Government of Canada on 1st January, 1884, together with the names of the banks wherein the said moneys are deposited, with the amount; also the amount at interest, with the rate allowed on the said deposits in each case. (Distribution only.)

29... RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE:-Return to Order; Return of, in detail, chargeable to the Consolidated Fund. from 1st July, 1882, to 20th January, 1883, and from 1st July, 1883, to 20th January, 1884. (Distribution only.)

29.

Return to Order: Return of, chargeable to the Consolidated Fund, to 10th
February, in each of the fiscal years 1883 and 1884. (Distribution only.)

Return (in part) to Order: Statement of, chargeable to the Consolidated
Fund, to 20th March, 1883 and 1834, in each year respectively; also, for
Return of Exports and Imports to 1st March, 1883 and 1884, respectively.
(Not printed.)

30... INTOXICATING LIQUORS:-Return to Order; Return of all certificates for liquor granted under the Act of 1878 by the physicians of the County of Halton, giving the name of each physician and the number of certificates granted by each, from 1st May to 31st December, 1882. (Not printed.)

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306.

30e.

301.

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30f..

Return to Order; Return showing quantity of intoxicating liquors imported, manufactured and entered for consumption in Canada, during the year ended 31st December, 1883, by Provinces, with the Customs and Excise duties accruing thereon, and the total cost thereof. (Not printed.)

Return to Address; Copies of all correspondence, etc., on the subject of the
importation of liquor into the North-West Territories. (Not printed.)

Return of liquors sold to parties in the County of Halton, under the Canada
Temperance Act, 41 Vic., chap. 16.

Return to Order; Return of all certificates given by medical men under the
Temperance Act, 1878, in Prince County, P.E.I., since that Act came
into force in that County, showing by whom, to whom, and when
granted. (Distribution only.)

Return to Address; Copies of judgment of the Supreme Court of Canada, not already brought down, on the question of the legislative power with reference to the regulation of the sale of intoxicating liquors, and of the judgment of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in the case of Hodge against the Queen on the same subject, and of the shorthand writer's notes of the proceedings before the Committee, and of any correspondence in connection with the case; and also, for copies of the shortband writer's notes of the proceedings before the Committee in the case of Russell and the Queen. (Sessional Papers only.)

Return to Address; Copies of all correspondence between the Government and the Provinces respecting the Liquor License Act of 1883. (Sessional Papers only.)

31... CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY:-Correspondence relating to the guarantee by the Government of interest on the stock of the Company.

31a.

316.1

31c

Resolution of the House; Report giving information affecting the Railway, up to the latest date:-1. The selection of the route. 2. The selection or reservation of land. 3. The payment of moneys, subsidy, advance, etc. 4. The laying out of branches. 5. The rates of tolls for passengers and freight. 6. Sundry subjects, construction of bridges, etc. 7. (1.) Transfer and operation of the Thunder Bay section, and (2.) Valuation of the rolling stock to be taken over by the Company.

Copies of contracts for the Railway, entered into since last Session of Parliament. (Sessional Papers only)

Papers connected with an application from the Company, for an advance, on security, of a sum sufficient to enable them to continue the work of construction. (Sessional Papers only.)

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