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ACTS OF THE PARLIAMENT 

OF THE 

DOMINION OF CANADA 

\ " ' .. 1945 \t;Wm 

SIXTH SESSION - NINETEENTH PARLIAMENT 




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PREFIX TO STATUTES, 1945 

CONTAINING LIST OF PROCLAMATIONS 
FROM JANUARY, 1945, TO MAY, 1945. 




OTTAWA 

EDMOND CLOUTIER — ~* 
PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 
1945 



PART I — A 



INDEX TO CONTENTS OF PREFIX 



Acts proclaimed in force 

Proclamations, January, 1945, to May, 1945 



tM 



PROCLAMATIONS OF CANADA, JANUARY, 1945, TO MAY, 1945 







Date 


Canada 






in Force 


Gazette 


Acts proclaimed — 










Farm Improvement Loans Act, 1944 — Statutes, 1944-45 — 










proclaimed in force 


1 


Mar., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 981, 








Extra, Mar. 1, 1945. 


Juvenile Delinquents Act, 1929, in force in — County of Kings, 










Province of Prince Edward Island 


11 


Jan., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 459. 


National Housing Act, 1944 (with exception of Part IV 










thereof) — Statutes, 1944-45— proclaimed in force 


18 


Jan. 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 377. 


Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island National Parks 










Act, 1936— Statutes, 1936-7 










Directing that certain lands lying and being in the Dis- 










trict of Ingonish, County of Victoria, Prov. of Nova 










Scotia, forming part of Cape Breton Highlands 










National Park be withdrawn and re-vested in the 










Prov. of Nova Scotia 


8 


Mar., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 1836. 


Veterans Insurance Act — Statutes, 1944-45 — proclaimed in 










force 


20 


Feb., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 895. 


War Measures Act — 










Trading with Enemy Regulations, 1939 — 










Revision No. 56 of List of Specified Persons 


25 


Jan., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 511. 










Extra, Jan. 25, 1945. 


Revision No. 57 of List of Specified Persons 


28 


Mar. 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 1600. 








Extra, Mar. 28, 1945. 


scellaneous Proclamations — 










Animal Contagious Diseases Act, restricted areas in — 










Alberta — 










Municipal District of Lamont, No. 516 


1 


Mar., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 1249. 


Municipal District of Camrose, No. 427 


4 


Apr., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 1836. 


Quebec — 










9 


Feb., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 896. 


Cadastral Counties of Rimouski, Matane, Mata- 










pedia, Gaspe North, Gaspe South and Bona- 










venture together with the Islands in the St 










Lawrence River and Gulf which form part of 










these Counties 


9 


Feb., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 896. 


Parliament — 










Prorogued, 31st Jan., 1945 


31 


Jan., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 471. 


Prorogued, pro forma, 28th Feb., 1945 


21 


reu. 




Vol. 79, p. 835, 










Extra, Feb. 21, 1945. 


Summoned, 19th March, 1945 


2 


Mar., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 983. 








Extra, Mar. 2, '1945. 


Prorogued, 16th April, 1945 


16 


Apr. 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 1733, 










Extra, Apr. 16, 1945. 


Dissolution, 16th April, 1945 


16 


Apr., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 1722, 








Extra, Apr. 16, 1945. 


Summoned, pro forma, 16th Aug., 1945 


16 


Apr., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 1723, 










Extra, Apr. 16, 1945. 


Issue of Writs 


16 


Apr., 


1945 


Vol. 79, p. 1723, 








Extra, Apr. 16, 1945. 



PART I — B 



V 



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fl^ ft. 0 » s 

ACTS 



OF THE 

PARLIAMENT 

OF THE 

DOMINION OF CANADA 

PASSED IN THE SESSION HELD IN THE 

NINTH YEAR OF THE REIGN 
OF HIS MAJESTY 

KING GEORGE VI 

BEING THE 

SIXTH SESSION OF THE NINETEENTH PARLIAMENT 

Begun and holden at Ottawa, on the Nineteenth day of March, 1945, and 
closed by Prorogation on the Sixteenth day of April, 1945. 



HIS EXCELLENCY THE RIGHT HONOURABLE 

THE EARL OF ATHLONE 

GOVERNOR GENERAL 



PUBLIC ACTS 



OTTAWA 
PRINTED BY EDMOND CLOUTIER 
LAW PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 
ANNO DOMINI 1945 



9 GEORGE VI. 



CHAP. 1. 



An Act for granting to His Majesty certain sums of money 
for the public service of the financial year ending 
the 31st March, 1945. 

[Assented to 29th March, 1945.] 
Most Gracious Sovereign, 

WHEREAS it appears by messages from His Excellency, Preamble, 
the Right Honourable the Earl of Athlone, etc., etc., 
Governor General of Canada, and the estimates accom- 
panying the said messages, that the sums hereinafter men- 
tioned are required to defray certain expenses of the public 
service of Canada, not otherwise provided for, for the 
financial year ending the thirty-first day of March, one 
thousand nine hundred and forty-five, and for other pur- 
poses connected with the public service: May it therefore 
please your Majesty that it may be enacted, and be it 
enacted by the King's Most Excellent Majesty, by and 
with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of 
Commons of Canada, that: — 

1. This Act may be cited as The Appropriation Act, short title. 
No. 1, 1945. 

2. From and out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund $5,654,976.27 
there may be paid and applied a sum not exceeding in the for 
whole five million, six hundred and fifty-four thousand, nine 
hundred and seventy-six dollars and twenty-seven cents 
towards defraying the several charges and expenses of the 

public service from the first day of April, one thousand nine 
hundred and forty-four to the thirty-first day of March, one 
thousand nine hundred and forty-five, not otherwise 
provided for, set forth in the Schedule to this Act. 

3* Notwithstanding the provisions of The Consolidated Amounts 
Revenue and Audit Act, 1931, the amounts appropriated ^ ax ^ Ae 
by this Act may be paid at any time on or before the thir- ending 
tieth day of April, one thousand nine hundred and forty- i945. March ' 

part 1 — 1\ 3 five, 



2 



Chap. 1. Appropriation Act No. 1, 1945. 9 Geo. VI. 



five, and such payments shall be deemed to have been 
made in and be chargeable to the fiscal year ending the 
thirty-first day of March, one thousand nine hundred and 
forty-five. 

Account to^ 4. A detailed account of the sums expended under the 
indetaii. re authority of this Act shall be laid before the House of 

Commons of Canada during the first fifteen days of the 

then next session of Parliament. 



4 



SCHEDULE 



1945. 



Appropriation Act No. 1, 1945. 



Chap. 1. 3 



SCHEDULE 

Based on Further Supplementary Estimates, 1944-45. The amount 
hereby granted is $5,654,976.27. 

Sums granted to His Majesty by this Act for the financial year ending 
31st March, 1945, and the purposes for which they are granted. 



No. 
of 
Vote 


Service 


Amount 


Total 




AGRICULTURE 


cts. 


$ cts. 




Administbation Service 






427 


Advisory Committee on Agricultural Services — Further amount 
Science Service 


1,000 00 




428 
429 


Botany and Plant Pathology — Further amount required 

Plant Protection — Further amount required 

Marketing Service 


8,907 00 
5,750 00 




430 
431 

432 

433 
434 


Dairy Products — Further amount required 

Subsidies for Cold Storage Warehouses under the Cold Storage 
Act, and Grants, in the amounts detailed in the Estimates — 
Further amount required 

Fruit, Vegetable, and Maple Products and Honey— Further 

Live Stock and Live Stock Products — Further amount required 
Marketing of Agricultural Products, including temporary 
appointments that may be required to be made, notwith- 
standing anything contained in the Civil Service Act, the 
amount available for such appointments not to exceed 
$15,000— Further amount required 


8,680 00 

70,332 76 

40,000 00 
31,700 00 

3,000 00 


169,369 76 




FINANCE 




435 


Bank Inspection (Inspector General of Banks' Office) — Further 
Superannuation and Retirement Benefits 


3,750 00 




436 
437 


Superannuation and Retirement Acts, Administration — Further 

Government's contribution to the Superannuation Fund — 
Further amount required 


3,000 00 
40,795 00 


47,545 00 










FISHERIES 






438 


To provide for transportation, dressing and dyeing, and other 
expenses incidental to receiving and disposing of fur seal 
skins accruing to Canada pursuant to Provisional Fur Seal 
Agreement between Canada and United States by exchange 
of notes dated December 8 and 19. 1942— Further amount 




85,000 00 




LABOUR 




439 
440 


Departmental Administration — Further amount required 

Annuities Act — Further amount required 


28,000 00 
32,200 00 


60,200 00 



5 SCHEDULE 



4 Chap. 1. Appropriation Act No. 1, 1945. 9 Geo. VI. 



SCHEDULE — Continued 


No. 
of 
Vote 


Service 


Amount 


Total 




LEGISLATION 


cts. 


$ cts. 




House of Commons 






441 


To provide an additional amount, and under the same terms 
and conditions, to that provided under Vote 495 of the 
Appropriation Act No. 5, 1944, for transportation and living 
expenses of Members of the House of Commons during the 

General 


500 00 




442 


Printing of Parliament, including salaries of staff of the Joint 


rt gf AAA A A 

25,000 00 


25,500 00 










MINES AND RESOURCES 








Lands, Parks and Forests Branch 








Government of the Northwest Territories 






443 


General Administration, operation and maintenance of services, 
including Wood Buffalo Park — Further amount required. . . 

Surveys and Engineering Branch 


15,000 00 




444 
445 


Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, Victoria, B.C. — Further 

Hydrographic and Map Service — 
Hydrographic Service — To provide for the repair and 
renovation of Hydrographic Steamer Wm. J. Stewart — 

Indian Affairs Branch 


3,500 00 
154,000 00 




446 


Medical — Indian Hospitals and general care of Indians — Further 

nmnnnf, rpmiirpfl 


240,000 00 


412,500 00 










NATIONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE 








Health Branch 






447 


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wULLL U IX l> I LI V t/Ilt/I sjcXx, iylo^doto, XXVJ.JJJ.1X1XSI/1 cHjlKJLl A' Ui uXICX <XLli\JU.Lll< 




90,250 00 




XT A HTAXT A T "r» TT'TT'TT* ATTTT7* 

NATIONAL REVliilN Ulii 






Income Tax Division 






448 


District Offices— Further amount required 




775,000 00 


NATIONAL WAR SERVICES 




449 


National Film Board, including the Motion Picture Bureau 




108,000 00 



6 SCHEDULE 



1945. Appropriation Act No. 1, 1945. Chap. 1. 5 

SCHEDULE — Continued 



No. 
of 
Vote 



Service 



Amount 



Total 



POST OFFICE 

Post Offices, including salaries and other expenses of Head- 
quarters and Star! Post Offices and supplies and equipment 
for Revenue Post Offices — Further amount required 

Railway Mail Service — Further amount required 



cts 



2,071,056 00 
175,000 00 



PUBLIC PRINTING AND STATIONERY 



Canada Gazette — Further amount required m 

Printing and binding official publications for sale and distri 
bution to departments and the public; — Further amount 
required 



PUBLIC WORKS 

Chief Architect's Branch 

Maintenance and operation of Dominion public buildings and 
grounds, other than at Ottawa, including rents, repairs, 
furniture, heating, etc. — Further amount required 



Chief Engineer's Branch 
Construction, Repairs and Improvements — Harbours and Rivers 
British Columbia and Yukon 
Esquimalt Dry Dock — wharf repairs — Further amount required 

SECRETARY OF STATE 
Trade Marks Branch— Further amount required 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 

Mail Subsidies and Steamships Subventions 

Eastern Local Services 

Mulgrave, Arichat and Canso, service between— Further amount 
required 



Canada Grain Act 

Operation and Maintenance, including inspection, weighing, 

registration, etc. — Further amount required 

Canadian Government Elevators including equipment — Further 
amount required 



TRANSPORT 

Marine Service 

Construction, maintenance and supervision of Aids to Navi- 
gation, including salaries and allowances to lightkeepers — 

Further amount required 

Government Wharves — 

To provide for payment to the Consolidated Revenue Fund 
of the sum of $3,007.40 to be applied in account with the 
Imperial Fuels Limited, Port Stanley, Ontario, for 
improvements to Government wharf property at Port 
Stanley, Ontario, under an agreement whereby expen- 
ditures by the Company were applied against rentals 
accruing to or to accrue to the Department of Transport 
— Further amount required 



$ cts. 



2,246,056 00 



13,000 00 
25,000 00 



38,000 00 



200,000 00 



30,000 00 



230,000 00 



1,975 00 



27,000 00 

130,000 00 
114,160 84 



271,160 84 



58,550 00 



3,007 40 



SCHEDULE 



6 Chap. 1. Appropriation Act No. 1, 1945. 9 Geo. VI. 



SCHEDULE — Concluded 



No. 
of 
Vote 


Service 


Amount 


Total 




TRANSPORT — Concluded 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 




Railway Seevice 






462 
463 


Hudson Bay Railway — To provide for the difference between 
expenditures for operation and maintenance, and revenue 
accruing from operation during the year ending March 31, 

Maritime Freight Rates Act — 

Additional amount in excess of the sum of $3,500,000, already 
appropriated to authorize and provide for the payment 
from time to time during the fiscal year 1944-45 to the 
Canadian National Railway Company of the difference 
(estimated by the Canadian National Railway Com- 
pany and certified by the Auditors of the said Company 
to the Minister of Transport as and when required by 
the said Minister) occurring on account of the application 
of the Maritime Freight Rates Act, between the tariff 
tolls and the normal tolls (upon the same basis as set 
out in section 9 of the said Act with respect to companies 

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calendar year 1944 under the tariffs approved on the 
Eastern Lines (as referred to in section 2 of the said Act) 
of the Canadian National Railways — Further amount 
required 

Air Service 

(Control and supervision vested in the Minister of Reconstruc- 
tion by Orders in Council P.C. 7995 of 13 October 1944 and 
8207 of 24 October 1944.) 


267,090 00 
353,273 61 




464 


Radio Division 

Si7 - nr\TPQQiri , n rvf lr*P5*1 Alpp"fvrif*ol iTi+o'rfoT'A'n aoq TT'n'r'f'.ViPT* nTYimTfrf*, 


10,315 00 


692,236 01 










VETE'RANS AFFAIRS 








Rehabilitation Branch 






465 


Direct Payments to Veterans and Dependents 


1 *7*> AAA AA 

173,000 00 




466 


Widows' Compassionate Allowances to be paid under terms 
and conditions approved by the Governor in Council — 


20,000 00 


193,000 00 










GOVERNMENT OWNED ENTERPRISES 








Special 








Deficits 








Prince Edward Island Car Ferry and Terminals 






467 
• 


Additional amount in excess of the sum of $564,200 already 

year 1944-45 to the Canadian National Railway Company 
(hereinafter called the National Company) upon application 
approved by the Minister of Transport, made from time to 
time by the National Company to the Minister of Finance, 
and to be applied by the National Company in payment 
of the deficit (certified by the Auditors of the National 
Company) in the operation of the Prince Edward Island 
Car Ferry and Terminals arising in the calendar year 1944— 




209,183 66 














5,654,976 27 



OTTAWA: Printed by Edmond Cloutier, Law Printer to the 
King's Most Excellent Majesty. 



8 



9 GEORGE VI. 



CHAP. 2. 



An Act for granting to His Majesty certain sums of money 
for the public service of the financial year ending 
the 31st March, 1946. 

[Assented to 16th April, 1945,] 
Most Gracious Sovereign, 

WHEREAS it appears by messages from His Excellency, Preamble, 
the Right Honourable the Earl of Athlone, etc., etc., 
Governor General of Canada, and the estimates accom- 
panying the said messages, that the sums hereinafter men- 
tioned are required to defray certain expenses of the public 
service of Canada, not otherwise provided for, for the 
financial year ending the thirty-first day of March, one 
thousand nine hundred and forty-six, and for other pur- 
poses connected with the public service: May it therefore 
please Your Majesty that it may be enacted, and be it 
enacted by the King's Most Excellent Majesty, by and 
with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of 
Commons of Canada, that: — 

1. This Act may be cited as The Appropriation Act, short title. 
No. 2, 1945. 

2. From and out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund $i48,845,ooo.59 
there may be paid and applied a sum not exceeding in the for 
whole one hundred and forty-eight million, eight hundred 

and forty-five thousand dollars and fifty-nine cents 
towards defraying the several charges and expenses of the 
public service, from the first day of April, one thousand 
nine hundred and forty-five, to the thirty-first day of March, 
one thousand nine hundred and forty-six, not otherwise 
provided for, and being five-twelfths of the amount of each 
of the items to be voted, set forth in the Main Estimates 
for the fiscal year ending the thirty-first day of March, one 
thousand nine hundred and forty-six, as laid before the 
House of Commons at the present session of Parliament. 



9 



3. 



2 



Chap. 2* Appropriation Act No. 2 , 1945. 9 Geo. VI. 



$437,749.83 3. From and out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund 
granted for fa eTe ma y b e an( j applied, in addition to the amount 
granted therefor by section two of this Act, a sum not 
exceeding in the whole four hundred and thirty-seven 
thousand, seven hundred and forty-nine dollars and eighty- 
three cents towards defraying the several charges and ex- 
penses of the public service, from the first day of April, 
one thousand nine hundred and forty-five, to the thirty-first 
day of March, one thousand nine hundred and forty-six, not 
otherwise provided for, and being one-twelfth of the 
amount of each of the several items to be voted set forth 
in Schedule A to this Act. 



^antedfor 4# From and out of the Consoli(iated Revenue Fund 
!945-46. ° r there may be paid and applied, in addition to the amount 
granted therefor by section two of this Act a sum not 
exceeding in the whole eight hundred and sixty-two 
thousand, nine hundred and fifty-eight dollars and thirty- 
three cents towards defraying the several charges and 
expenses of the public service, from the first day of April, 
one thousand nine hundred and forty-five, to the thirty-first 
day of March, one thousand nine hundred and forty-six, 
not otherwise provided for, and being one-sixth of the 
amount of each of the several items to be voted set forth in 
Schedule B to this Act. 



Power to 
raise sums 
required 
for 

redeeming 
loans or 
obligations. 
1931, c. 27. 



Chargeable 
to 

Consolidated 

Revenue 

Fund. 

Account 
to be 
rendered 
in detail. 



5. (1) The Governor in Council may, in addition to the 
sums now remaining unborrowed and negotiable of the 
loans authorized by Parliament, by any Act heretofore 
passed, raise by way of loan, under the provisions of The 
Consolidated Revenue and Audit Act, 1931, by the issue and 
sale or pledge of securities of Canada, in such form, for 
such separate sums, at such rate of interest and upon such 
other terms and conditions as the Governor in Council may 
approve, such sum or sums of money as may be required 
for paying or redeeming loans or obligations of Canada 
maturing or callable in the fiscal year ending March 31, 
1946. 

(2) The principal raised by way of loan under this Act 
and the interest thereon shall be a charge upon and payable 
out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund. 

6. A detailed account of the sums expended under the 
authority of this Act shall be laid before the House of 
Commons of Canada during the first fifteen days of the 
next session of Parliament. 



10 



SCHEDULE 



1945. 



Appropriation Act No. 2> 1945. Chap. 2. 



3 



SCHEDULE A 



Based on the Main Estimates, 1945-46. The amount hereby granted 
is $437,749.83, being one-twelfth of the amount of each item in 
the said Estimates as contained in this Schedule. 

Sums granted to His Majesty by this Act for the financial year ending 
31st March, 1946, and the purposes for which they are granted. 



No. 
of 
Vote 


Service 


Amount 


Total 






S cts. 


$ cts. 




AGRICULTURE 








Science Service 






10 




610,045 00 




Marketing Service 




23 




129,980 00 
401,719 00 
631,507 00 




24 






27 








1 779 OKI ftft 
1,110) &QL IFU 










MINES AND RESOURCES 








Lands, Parks and Forests Branch 






141 
146 


Dominion Forest Service — 

General scientific, economic and administrative services 

National Parks Bureau — 


139,895 00 

1,050,000 00 
40,000 00 




148 






Surveys and Engineering Branch 




151 




103,105 00 
24,552 00 




152 


Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, Victoria, B.C 

Indian Affairs Branch 




171 


Welfare and Training — 


1,619,915 00 






2,977,467 00 










PUBLIC WORKS 








Cheef Engineer's Branch 






267 


Engineering, including salaries of Engineers, Clerks, etc 




502,280 00 














♦5,252,998 00 



•Net total, $437,749.83. 



11 



SCHEDULE 



4 



Chap. 2. Appropriation Act No. 2, 1945. 9 Geo. VI. 



SCHEDULE B 



Based on the Main Estimates, 1945-46. The amount hereby granted 
is $862,958.33, being one-sixth of the amount of each item in the 
said Estimates as contained in this Schedule. 

Sums granted to His Majesty by this Act for the financial year ending 
31st March, 1946, and the purpose for which they are granted. 



Service 



Amount 



Total 



AGRICULTURE 
Special 

Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act and Water Storage. 

MINES AND RESOURCES 
Mines and Geology Branch 



Bureau of Geology and Topography- 
Geological Surveys , 

Topographical Surveys, including expenses of the 
graphic Board of Canada 



Geo- 



Lands, Parks and Forests Branch 



Dominion Forest Service — 

Forest Experiment Stations. 



Surveys and Engineering Branch 

Dominion Water and Power Bureau, including the adminis- 
tration of the Dominion Water Power and Irrigation Acts. . 

Geodetic Service 

International Boundary Commission 

Hydrographic and Map Service — 

Hydrographic Service 

Legal Surveys and Map Service, including grant of $350 to 
assist in printing the publication of the Canadian 
Institute of Surveying 



PUBLIC WORKS 
Chief Engineer's Branch 

Dredging — 

Maritime Provinces 

Ontario and Quebec 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta 

Maintenance and Operation of Graving Docks, Locks and 
Dams, etc. — 

Selkirk — Repair Ship 

Locks and Dams 

Snagboats 

Maintenance and Operation of Roads and Bridges — 

Burlington Channel Bridge 

Kingston, LaSalle Causeway 

Generally 



% cts. 



341,000 00 
282,764 00 



121,415 00 



251,000 00 
146,610 00 
38,785 00 

407,285 00 



290,082 00 



402,765 00 
295,695 00 
169, 160 00 



7,784 00 
97,550 00 
49,745 00 

27,200 00 
23,820 00 
70,890 00 



$ cts. 



2,000.000 00 



1,878,941 00 



12 



SCHEDULE 



1945. Appropriation Act No. 1945. Chap. 2. 5 

SCHEDULE B — Concluded 



No. 
of 
Vote 



Service 



Amount 



Total 



287 



290 



PUBLIC WORKS — Concluded 

Chief Engineer's Branch—- Concluded 

Construction, Repairs and Improvements — 
Harbours and Rivers — 
Nova Scotia — 

Digby — Additional fire protection for piers and 
sheds (Revote) 

Quebec— 

Manicouagan (Baie Comeau) — Wharf improve- 
ments (Revote $15,000) 

Montmagny — Wharf reconstruction (Revote 
$21,350) 

Ontario — 

Cobourg — Breakwater reconstruction 

Rondeau — Replacement of Harbour Protection 
(Revote $15,000) 

Saskatchewan, Alberta and Northwest Territories — 
Fort Norman — Wharf 

British Columbia and Yukon — 

Port Alberni Assembly Wharf — Construction of 
shed (Revote) 



$ cts, 



6,600 00 

17,000 00 
23,000 00 

65,000 00 
15,000 00 

7,600 00 
20,000 00 



cts. 



1,298,809 00 



♦5,177,750 00 



Net Total, $862,958.33. 



OTTAWA: Printed by Edmond Cloutier, Law Printer to the 
King's Most Excellent Majesty. 



13 



9 



GEORGE VI. 



CHAP. 3. 



An Act for granting to His Majesty aid for National Defence 

and Security. 

[Assented to 16th April, 1945.] 

WHEREAS Canada is at war with the German Reich Preamble, 
and Japan; and whereas the term of this Parliament 
will have ended on the seventeenth day of April, one 
thousand nine hundred and forty-five; and whereas it is 
expedient that aid be rendered to His Majesty for the 
common defence and security and for the prosecution of 
the war until a new Parliament assembles: Therefore His 
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate 
and House of Commons of Canada, enacts as follows: 

1. This Act may be cited as The War Appropriation Act, short title. 
No. 1, 19^5. 

2. From and out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund Appropria- 
there may be paid and applied, beyond the ordinary grants $2°ooo,ooo,ooo. 
of Parliament, a sum not exceeding two billion dollars 
($2,000,000,000) subject to allotment by the Treasury 

Board, towards defraying any expenses or making any 
advances or loans that may be incurred or granted by or 
under the authority of the Governor in Council during the 
year ending the thirty-first day of March, one thousand 
nine hundred and forty-six, for 

(a) the security, defence, peace, order and welfare of 
Canada; 

(b ) the conduct of naval, military and air operations in 
or beyond Canada; 

(c) promoting the continuance of trade, industry and 
business communications, whether by means of in- 
surance or indemnity against war risk or in any other 
manner whatsoever; 

(d) the purposes of The War Appropriation (United }^-44» c - * 7 : 
Nations Mutual Aid) Act, 1943, as amended by The 1944 - 45 « c - 15 - 
War Appropriation (United Nations Mutual Aid) Act, 

1944; and 

15 (e) 



2 



Chap. 3. War Appropriation Act No. 1, 1945. 9 Geo. VI. 



Refunds or 
repayments. 

1939 (2nd 
sess.), c. 9. 
1940, c. 3. 
1940-41, c. 11 
1942-43, c. 9. 

1942- 43, c. 21. 

1943- 44, c. 2. 
1943-44, c. 5. 
1943-44, c. 16. 

1943- 44, c. 32. 

1944- 45, c. 6. 
1944-45, c. 16. 



(e) the carrying out of any measure deemed necessary 
or advisable by the Governor in Council in conse- 
quence of the existence of a state of war, 
and any moneys received as a refund or repayment of any 
advance, loan or expenditure made under the authority of 
The War Appropriation Act, 1939, The War Appropriation 
Act, 1940, The War Appropriation Act, 1941, The War Ap- 
propriation Act, No. 1, 1942, The War Appropriation Act, No. 

2, 1942, The Supplementary 1942 War Appropriation Act, 
The War Appropriation Act, No. 1, 1943, The War Appro- 
priation Act, No. 2, 1943, The War Appropriation Act, No. 

3, 1943, The War Appropriation Act, No. 1, 1944, The War 
Appropriation Act, No, 2, 1944, or this Act may, with the 
approval of the Governor in Council, be re-expended, 
advanced or loaned for the purposes of this Act. 



Government 
may act 
as agent. 



Expenditures 
required by 
Government 
wholly- 
owned 
companies. 



3. (1) The Government of Canada may act as the agent 
of the Government of any British or foreign country allied 
with His Majesty for any purpose which, in the opinion of 
the Governor in Council, will aid directly or indirectly in 
the prosecution of the war, and any obligations or costs 
incurred temporarily or assumed by the Government of 
Canada in the exercise of the powers hereby conferred may 
be paid out of any unappropriated moneys in the Con- 
solidated Revenue Fund. 

(2) Any expenditure required to be made by the Gov- 
ernment of Canada under any contract for munitions of 
war and supplies entered into by the Government of Canada 
for the purpose of enabling any company wholly-owned 
by the Government of Canada to fulfil its obligations in 
respect of orders received by such company from the 
Government of any British or foreign country allied with 
His Majesty may be paid out of any unappropriated moneys 
in the Consolidated Revenue Fund. 



Loans 
authorized. 



1931, c. 27. 



Charge on 
Consolidated 
Revenue 
Fund. 



4. (1) The Governor in Council may, in addition to 
the sums now remaining unborrowed and negotiable of the 
loans authorized by Parliament, by any Act heretofore 
passed, raise by way of loan, under the provisions of The 
Consolidated Revenue and Audit Act, 1931, by the issue and 
sale or pledge of securities of Canada, in such form, for 
such separate sums, at such rate of interest and upon such 
other terms and conditions as the Governor in Council may 
approve, such sum or sums of money, not exceeding in the 
whole the sum of two billion dollars ($2,000,000,000) as 
may be required for the purposes of this Act. 

(2) The principal raised by way of loan under this Act, 
and the interest thereon shall be a charge upon and payable 
out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund. 



16 



5. 



1945. 



War Appropriation Act No. 1, 194-5. Chap. 3. 



3 



5. (1) The Governor in Council may make, from time Ordersand 
to time, such orders or regulations as may be deemed regulatlon3 
necessary to give effect to the purposes of this Act, and for 
greater certainty, but not so as to restrict the generality 

of the foregoing terms, the Governor in Council may, by 
order or regulation: — 

(a) make provision for the appointment of temporary 
civil officers, clerks and employees and determine 
their rates of compensation and conditions of employ- 
ment; 

(b ) determine the rates of pay and allowances of officers 
and men of the naval, military and air forces of Canada ; 

(c ) prescribe administrative practices with respect to 
contracts and agreements for the execution of any 
public work or for the acquisition of lands, buildings, 
equipment, stores, materials and supplies, by pur- 
chase or otherwise, for the use of the public service of 
Canada ; 

( d ) provide for the utilization, control and disposal of 
equipment, materials and supplies; and 

(e ) prescribe administrative practices with respect to 
the making of financial commitments, the taking of 
security for the performance of contracts and agree- 
ments, and the recording and paying of accounts. 

(2) All orders and regulations of the Governor in Council Power to 
made under this Act shall have the force of law and may be ™£ y orders 
varied, extended or revoked by any subsequent order or regulations, 
regulation; but if any order or regulation is varied, ex- 
tended or revoked, neither the previous operation thereof 
nor anything duly done thereunder shall be affected thereby, 
nor shall any right, privilege, obligation or liability acquired, 
accrued, accruing or incurred thereunder be affected by 
any such variation, extension or revocation. 

6. Upon the Treasury Board making an allotment of Accounting 
any part of the two billion dollars ($2,000,000,000) granted 2£E^J? 
by this Act, to provide for the cost of any service, the ments. 
Minister of Finance shall cause an accounting record to 

be maintained in a form that will disclose the financial 
commitments entered into and the expenditure made as a 
consequence of the allotment being provided for the service* 
concerned. 



OTTAWA: Printed by Edmond Clotjtiek, Law Printer to the 
King's Most Excellent Majesty. 



PART I — 2 



17 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PUBLIC GENERAL ACTS OF CANADA 



SIXTH SESSION, NINETEENTH PARLIAMENT, 9 GEORGE VI, 1945 
( Page figures denote the numbers at the bottom of the pages ) 

CHAP. PAGE 

Assented to March 29, 1945 

1. Appropriation Act, No. 1, 1945, The 3 

Assented to April 16, 1945 

2. Appropriation Act, No. 2, 1945, The 9 

3. War Appropriation Act, No. 1, 1945, The 15 



PART I — 3 



19 



INDEX 

TO 

PUBLIC GENERAL ACTS 
OF CANADA 

SIXTH SESSION, NINETEENTH PARLIAMENT, 9 GEORGE VI, 1945 



Appropriation Acts, cc. 1, 2 

War Appropriation Act, No. 1, 1945, c. 3 
preamble 
short title, 1 

appropriation, $2,000,000,000 
government as agent, 3 (1) 

government wholly-owned coys., expenditures, 3 (2) 
loans authorized, 4 (1) 
charge on C.R. Fund, 4 (2) 
orders and regulations, 5 
accounting record of commitments, 6 



21 



TABLE OF PUBLIC STATUTES 1907 TO 1945 

SHOWING ALL THE CHAPTERS OF THE REVISED STATUTES, 1927, WITH AMEND- 
MENTS THERETO, AND CERTAIN OTHER PUBLIC ACTS AND AMENDMENTS 
THERETO FROM 1907 TO 1945*. 



*C.S." means Consolidating Statute. 



Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



Admiralty 

Aeronautics 

Agricultural Aid 

Agricultural Credit (See Dominion Agricul 

tural Credit.) 
Agricultural Fertilizers (See Fertilizers). 

Agricultural instruction 

Agricultural Pests' Control (See Pest Control 

Products). 

AgriculturalPrices Support 

Agricultural Products Co-operative Marketing. 

Agriculture, Department of 

Air, carriage by 

Alberta-British Columbia Boundary 

Alberta Criminal Procedure 

Alberta Natural Resources.. 

Alien Labour 

Animal Contagious Diseases 

Annuities (See Government Annuities) . 
Appropriation Acts 



109 



Archives (See Public Archives). 

Armistice Day 

Audit, Board of 

Auditors for National Railways (See National 
Railways, Auditors for). 

Australian Trade Agreement 

Austria, Treaty of Peace 



10 



1932, c. 4; 1934, c. 31, C.S.; 1935, c. 35. 

1944-45, c. 28. 

1912, c. 3: 1913, c. 5, C.S. 



1913, c. 5. 



1944-45, c. 29. 

1939, c. 28; 1940, c. 19. 

1939, c. 12. 
1932, c. 5. 
1930, c. 12. 

1930, c. 3; 1931, c. 15; 1938, c. 36; 1940-41-42, 
c.22. 



1928, cc. 1, 2, 54; 1929, cc. 1, 2, 3, 64; 1930, cc. 1, 
2, 50; 1931, cc. 1, 2, 3, 14, 61; 1932, cc. 1, 2, 3, 
57; 1932-33, cc. 1, 11, 20, 22, 55; 1934, cc. 1, 2, 
16, 23, 62; 1935, cc. 11, 12, 15, 27, 50; 1936, 
cc. 1, 2, 13, 16, 17, 50; 1937, cc. 1, 2, 45; 1938, 
cc. 1, 2, 18, 54; 1939, cc. 1, 27, 53; 1940, cc. 2, 
46, 47; 194041-42, cc. 3, 4, 31, 32; 1942-43, cc. 
2, 3, 11, 18, 36; 1943-44, cc. 3, 4, 6, 15, 33; 1944- 
45, cc. 1, 2, 7, 27, 52; 1945, cc. 1, 2. 

1931, c. 4. 



1925, c. 30; 1931, c. 16. 
1919 (2 Sess.), c. 30. 



B 



Bank. 



12 



Bank of Canada. 
Bankruptcy . , 



1932-33, c. 23; 1934, c. 24, C.S.; 1944-45, c. 17 and 

c. 30, C.S. 
1934, c. 43; 1936, c. 22; 1938, c. 42. 
1931, cc. 17, 18; 1932, c. 39 (See 1932-33, c. 36). 
(See also 1934, c. 53). 

1931, cc. 19, 20; 1940, c. 20. 
1924, c. 9. 
1934, c. 17. 

1907, c. 5; 1923, c. 57; 1938, c. 32. 
1930, c. 4; 1937, c. 31, repeal (See Fisheries 
Research Board). 

•There are a certain number of Acts, in force before 1927, which have not been repealed and have not been consolidated 
for the Revised Statutes, 1927. Therefore as those Acts are still in force they are included in this Table. 



Battlefields (See National Battlefields). 
Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Co. 

Belgian Trade Convention 

Bills of Exchange 

Bills of Lading 

Binder Twine Bounty (1903, c. 5) 

Biological Board 



11 



23 



Table of Public Statutes 



Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



B 



Blind (See Old Age Pensions). 

Board of Grain Supervisors 

Boards of Trade 

Bounties (See Copper, Hemp, Iron and Steel 

Lead, Manila Fibre, Petroleum, and Zinc) 

Bridges 

British Columbia Divorce Appeals 

British Columbia Indian Reserves Mineral 

Resources 

Broadcasting (See Canadian Broadcasting). 

Bulgarian Peace Treaty 

Bureau for Translation (See Translation 

Bureau). 

Business Profits, Tax on 



Cables (See Ocean Telegraph). 
Canada Evidence 



19 



20 



59 



Canada-France Convention (See also French 
Convention) 

Canada-France Trade Agreement (See also 
France, Trade Agreement with) 

Canada-Germany Provisional Trade Agree- 
ment , 

Canada Grain 



Canada-Guatemala Trade Agreement 

Canada-Hay ti Trade Agreement 

Canada Highways (See Highways). 

Canada Medical , 

Canada-Poland Convention of Commerce. 
Canada Shipping 



Canada Temperance , 

Canada-United States Tax Convention 

Canada-United States Trade Agreement. . . 

Canada-Uruguay Trade Agreement 

Canadian and British Insurance Companies 

(See Insurance Companies). 
Canadian Broadcasting (See also Radio Broad 

casting) 

Canadian Coal 

Canadian Farm Loan 

Canadian Fisherman's Loan 

Canadian National-Canadian Pacific 



129 
186 
196 



Canadian National (Central Vermont) Fin- 
ancing Act 

Canadian National Montreal Terminus 

Canadian National Railways 

Canadian National Railways (Agreement with 
C.P.R. Joint Section) 

Canadian National Railways (Agreement with 
C.P.R., tracks and premises at Regina).. 

Canadian National Railways (Agreement with 
Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Railway 
and Navigation Company) 

Canada National Railways Capital Revision.. 



172 



1919 (2 Sess.), c. 5. 
1932, c. 14. 



1937, c. 4. 
1943-44, c. 19. 
1920, c. 4. 



1916, c. 11; 1917, c. 6; 1918, c. 10; 1919, c. 39; 
1920, c. 36; 1923, c. 34; 1924, c. 10 (37); (1926- 
27, c. 34); 1937, c. 19. 



1931, c. 5; 1938, c. 4; 1940, c. 5; 1942-43, c. 19; 
1943^4, c. 20. 

1932-33, c. 30. 

1932-33, c. 31; 1935, c. 2. 

1937, c. 20. 

1929, c. 9; 1930, c. 5, C.S.; 1932-33, cc. 9, 24; 
1934, c. 26; 1938, c. 5; 1939, c. 36; 1940, c. 6. 

1938. c. 19. 
1938, c. 20. 



1935, c. 51. 

1931, c. 21; 1932-33, c. 52; 1934, c. 44, C.S. 
1936, c. 23; 1938, cc. 6, 26. 

1943-44, c. 21; 1944-45, c. 31. 

1936, c. 3; 1939, c. 29. 

1937, c. 21. 



1936, c. 24; 1944-45, c. 33. 
1930, c. 6. 

1934, c. 46; 1935, c. 16. 

1935, c. 52. 

1932-33, c. 33 (See also 1934, c. 3; 1935, c. 1 and 
1936, c. 21); 1936, c. 25; 1939, c. 37. 

1930, c. 7. 
1929, c. 12. 

1928, c. 13; 1929, c. 10; 1931, c. 6. 
1928, c. 3. 

1931, c. 7. 



1940, c. 7. 
1937, c. 22. 



24 



Table of Public Statutes 



Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



C 



Canadian National Railways Financing 

Canadian National Railways Financing and 
Guarantee 



Canadian National Railways Guarantee 

Canadian National Railways (Lines acquired) 
Canadian National Railways (Branch Lines) 
(Extension of time) 

C.N.R. Co., Ont. and Que. Ry. Co., C.P.R. 

Co. and Toronto Terminals Ry. Co 

Canadian National Railways Loan 

Canadian National Railways Pension (See 

Grand Trunk Railways Pensions) 

Canadian National Railways Refunding 

Canadian National Steamships (West Indies 
Service) 

Canadian Nationals 

Canadian Northern Alberta Ry. Co. (guar- 
antee) 

Canadian Northern Alberta Ry. Co. (subsidy) 

Canadian Northern 5% Income Charge deben- 
ture stock 

Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. Co. (guar- 
antee) 

Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. Co. (subsidy) 

Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. Co. (agree- 
ment with Campbellford, etc., Ry. Co.). . 

Canadian Northern Pacific Ry. Co. (subsidy) 

Canadian Northern Railway Co. (guarantee 
of bonds) 

Canadian Northern Railway System (guar- 
antee) 

Canadian Northern Railway System (loan) . . . 

Canadian Northern Railway System (acqui- 
sition of capital stock) 

Canadian Pacific Railway (Agreement with 
C.N.R. Joint Section) 

Canadian Pacific Railway (Agreement with 
Midland Railway re tracks and premises 
at Winnipeg) 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co. (Agreement with 
re tracks at Quebec) 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co. (Agreement with 
re tracks at Saint John, N.B.) 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co. (See Toronto 
Viaduct). 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co. (Financial 
arrangement with Government of United 
Kingdom ) 

Canadian Patriotic Fund 

Canadian Radio Boradcasting (See Radio 
Broadcasting). 

Canadian Red Cross Society 

Canadian Soldiers' Electoral Franchise (See 
Soldiers). 



1931, c. 22; 1932, cc. 6, 25; 1932-33, c. 34; 1934, 
c. 28; 1935, c. 17. 

1937, c. 6; 1938, c. 43; 1939, c. 38; 1940, c. 24; 

1940-41-42, c. 12; 1942-43. c. 22; 1943-44, c. 22; 

1944-45, c. 14. 
1931, c. 23; 1932, cc. 15, 26. 
1929, cc. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17. 

1924, cc. 13 to 32; 1925, cc. 5, 6, 7; 1927, cc. 12 to 
29, 45; 1929, 18 to 36; 1932, c. 24; 1936, c. 26. 

1939, c. 25. 
1936, c. 27 . 

1929, c. 4. 

1929, c. 11; 1930, c. 8; 1935, c. 3; 1938, c. 22; 
1944-45, c. 9. 

1927, c. 29, 



1910, c. 6; 1912, cc. 7, 8. 
1913, c. 10. 

1928, c. 11. 

1911, c. 6. 

1913, c. 10. 

1934, c. 4. 

1912, c. 9. 

1908 c. 11; 1909, c. 5. 

1914, c. 20. 

1915, c. 4; 1916, c. 29. 

1917, c. 24; 1918, c. 11. 
1928, c. 3. 



1939, c. 11. 
1934, c. 10. 
1934, c. 5. 



1917, c. 8. 

1939 (2 Sess.) c. 1. 



1909, c. 68; 1916, c. 58; 1919 (1 Sess.), c. 101; 
1922, c. 13; 1926, c. 5; 1931, c. 21; 1937, c 7. 



25 



Table of Public Statutes 



SubjectrMatter 



R.S. 

1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



Canadian Wheat Board. 



Canadian Wheat Board. 



Canteen Funds 

Carriage by Air (See Air, Carriage by) 

Caughnawaga Indian Reserve 

Central Mortgage Bank 

Cheese and Cheese Factory Improvement. 
Chicoutimi Harbour Commissioners 



Chief Justice of Canada. 
Chinese Immigration. . . 
Civil Service 



Civil Service Insurance 

Civil Service Superannuation. 



Civil Service Widows Annuities 

Coal operations, Director of 

Cold Storage 

Collingwood Shipbuilding Co. (subsidy). 

Combines Investigations 

Commercial Treaties (1895, c. 3) 



Companies. 



Companies' Creditors Arrangement 

Compensation (See Government Employees). 

Compensation (Defence) 

Conciliation and Labour 

Conservation Commission 

Conservation of Exchange (See War Exchange 

Conservation). 

Consolidation Revenue and Audit 

Contingencies 

Convention with U.S. (Sockeye Salmon 

Fisheries) 

Copper, Bounty on 

Copyright 

Corrupt Practices Inquiries 

Criminal Code 



Criminal Procedure in Alberta. 

Crows Nest Pass Agreement (1897, c. 5). 

Cullers 

Currency 

Customs (See also Tariff Board) 



Customs and Fisheries Protection. 
Customs Tariff 



95 
22 

23 
24 



110 



178 
31 



1919 (2 Sess.), c. 9; 1920, c. 40; 1921, c. 5; 1922, 
c. 14. 

1935, c. 53. (See ss. 4 and 5 of 1936, c. 12); 
1939, c. 39; 1940, c. 25; 1942^3, c. 4. 

1925, c. 34; 1928, c. 14. 

1934, c. 29. 
1939, c. 40. 

1939, c. 13; 1940, c. 26. 

1926, c. 6; 1927, cc. 46, 47; 1929, c. 37; 1931, c. 
25; Repealed 1936, c. 42, s. 39. 

1939, c. 14; 1943-44, c. 1. 

1929, c. 38; 1932, c. 40 (See 1932-33, c. 27, s. 8); 
1938, c. 7. 

(See 1932-33, c. 27, s. 7). (See also 1932-33, 
c. 45, s. 6). (See also 1932, c. 52; 1932-33, 
c. 19; 1934, c. 22); 1940, c. 27; 1944-45, c. 34. 

1927, c. 74. 
1920, c. 42. 

1912, c. 17. 

1935, c. 54; 1937, c. 23. 

1907, c. 49; 1908, c. 28; 1910, cc. 21, 22; 1913, 
c. 56. 

1930, c. 9; 1931, c. 26; 1932, c. 27; 1934, c. 33, 
C.S.; 1935, c. 55. 

1932-33, c. 36. 

1940, c. 28. 

1909, c. 27; 1910, c. 42; 1913, c. 12; 1921, c. 23. 



1931, c. 27, C.S. 



1930, c. 10. 

1923, c. 40; 1928, c. 25. 

1931, c. 8; 1935, c. 18; 1936, c. 



1938, c. 27. 



Czechoslovak Convention. 



1930, c. 11; 1931, c. 28; 1932, cc. 7, 8, 9, 28; 1932- 
33, cc. 25, 53; 1934, cc. 11, 47; 1935, cc. 36, 56; 
1936, c. 29; 1938, c. 44; 1939. c. 30; 1943-44, 
c. 23; 194445, c. 35. 

1930, c. 12. 
1922, c. 41. 

1931, c. 48, s. 17. 

1928, c. 16; 1930 (2 Sess.), c. 2; 1931, c. 29; 1932- 
33, cc. 7, 38; 1934, c. 48; 1936, cc. 19, 30; 1937, 
c. 24. 

1928, c. 17; 1929, c. 39; 1930, c. 13; 1930 (2 Sess.), 
c. 3; 1931, c. 30; 1932, c. 41; 1932-33, cc. 6, 37; 
1934, cc. 32, 49; 1935, c. 28; 1936, c. 31; 1937, 
cc. 25, 26; 1939, c. 41; 1939 (2 Sess.), c. 2; 
1940, c. 29; 1940-41^12, c. 13; 1942-13, c. 23; 
1943-44, c. 7; 1944-45, c 36. 

1928, c. 18. 



26 



Table of Public Statutes 



Subject-Matter 



Dairy Industry 

Daylight Saving 

Debts due to the Crown 

Deep Sea Fisheries 

Defence Purchases 

Demise of the Crown 

Demobilization Appropriation 

Department of External Affairs 

Department of Finance and Treas ry Board. 

Department of Justice 

Department of Munitions and Sup ly 

Department of National Defence 

Department of National Health z d Welfare 

Department of National Revenue 

Department of Reconstruction 

Department of State 

Department of Trade and Commerce 

Department of Transport Stores 

Department of Veterans Affairs 

Destructive Insect and Pest 

Diamond Jubilee of Confederation 

Disfranchising 

Divorce Act (Ontario) 

Divorce Appeals (British Columbia) 

Divorce Jurisdiction 

Domestic Fuel 

Dominion Agricultural Credit Company 

Dominion By-Elections 

Dominion By-Elections Franchise 

Dominion Companies (See Companies). 

Dominion Controverted Elections 

Dominion Day 

Dominion Elections 

Dominion Franchise 

Dominion Forest Reserves and Parks.: 

Dominion Housing 

Dominion Lands Surveys 

Dominion Lands 

Dominion Notes 

Dominion Notes (certain issues) 

Dominion Plebiscite 

Dominion Succession Duty 

Dominion Trade and Industry Commission.. 
Dominion-Provincial Taxation Agreement. . . 

Dominion Water Power 

Dry Dock Subsidies 

Drugs (See Food and). 

E 

Eastern Bank of Canada 

Economic Council 

Edmonton, Yukon and Pacific Railway 

Elections (See Dominion Elections). 
Electrical Units 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap 



45 



74 



65 
71 
106 

136 

137 

189 
200 

"47 
52 



73 



117 
113 
41 



210 
191 



56 

27 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



1928, c. 19; 1931, c. 31; 1934, c. 12; 1936, c. 32; 
1937, c. 8; 1938, c. 45; 1939, c. 15; 1940, c. 8. 

1918, cc. 2, 18. 

1927, c. 51; 1932, c. 18; 1940, c. 30. 

1939, c. 42. 

1919, c. 33; 1920, c. 45. 
1942-43, c. 24. 

1931, c. 48. 

1939 (2 Sess.), c. 3; 1940, c. 31; 1943-44, c. 8. 

1940, cc. 1, 9, 21. 
194445, c. 22. 

1928, c. 37; 1937, c. 27; 1940, c. 10; 1943^4, c. 24. 
1944-45, c. 18. 



1937, c. 28; 1939, c. 16. 
1944-45, c. 19. 
1932, c. 19; 1934, c. 13. 
1927, c. 6. 

1930, c. 14. 
1937, c. 4. 

1930, c. 15. 
1927, c. 52. 

1931, c. 32. 

1936, c. 35; Repealed 1938, c. 46, s. Ill, 
1936. c. 36. 



1929, c. 40; 1930, c. 16; 1934, c. 50, C.S.; 1935, 
c. 57. (See 1936, c. 35); 1938, c. 46, C.S. 

1934, c. 51; 1935, c. 37; 1936, c. 4. (See 1936, 
c. 36); 1937, c. 9; 1938, c. 8. Repealed 1938, 
c. 46, s. 111. 

1928, c. 20; (See 1928, c. 44) ; 1930, c. 33; (See 1932, 
c. 12); (See also 1936, c. 43). 

1935, c. 58; Repealed 1938, c. 49, s. 10. 

1928, c. 21;(See also 1928, c. 44 and 1932, c. 12). 
1932-33, c. 12; 1934, c. 34. 
1915, c. 4; Repealed 1934, c. 30. 
1942^3, c. 1. 

1940-41-42, c. 14; 1942^3, c. 25; 1944-45, c. 37. 
1935, c. 59; 1939, c. 17. 
1942-43, c. 13. 



1928, c. 78 (Private Act); 1932, c. 29 (Public 
Act). 

1935, c. 19; 1936, c. 5 (Repeal). 
1908, c. 25; 1911, c. 6, C.S, 



Table of Public Statutes 



Subject-Matter 



E 



Electricity and Fluid Exportation 

Electricity Inspection 

Employment and Social Insurance 

Employment (See National Employment, see 
also Unemployment Relief and also Vet- 
erans' Assistance). 

Employment Offices Co-ordination 

Escheats 

Esthonia, Trade Agreement with. . 

Evidence (See Canada Evidence). 

Exchange Fund 

Exchequer Court 

Excess Profits Tax 

Exchange (See War Exchange Conservation). 
Excise 



Experimental Farms 

Explosives 

Export 

Export Credits Insurance. 

Export of Gold 

Expropriation 

External Affairs, Dept. of 

Extradition 

Extra-territorial 



Fair Wages and Hours of Labour 

Family Allowances 

Farmers' Creditors Arrangement 

Farm Improvement Loans 

Farm Loan (See Canadian Farm Loan). 
Fisherman's Loan (See Canadian Fisherman's 
Loan). 

Federal District Commission 

Feeding Stuffs 

Fenian Raid Volunteer Bounty 

Ferries 

Fertilizers 

Film, National 

Finance 

Finance and Treasury Board (See Department 
of, etc.). 

Finland Trade Agreement 

Fish (See Meat and Canned Foods, Salt Fish, 

Salmon, Sockeye). 
Fisheries 

Fisheries. Department of 

Fisheries Prices Support 

Fisheries Research Board 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



34 



60 



61 

62 

63 



67 

68 
69 

70 



73 
125 

18 
28 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



1928, c. 22; C.S.; 1935, c. 4. 
1935, c. 38. 



Rep.-Proc. Jan. 19, 1943. 
1928, c. 52 
1935, c. 60. 

1928, c. 23; 930, c. 17; 1932-33, c. 13; 1938, c. 28; 

1943-44, c 25; 1944-45, c. 3. 
1939 (2 Sess ), c. 4; 1940, c. 32, C.S.; 1940^1-42, 

c. 15; 194 43, c. 26; 1943-44, c. 13; 1944-45, c. 

38. 

1928, c. 24; 1929, c. 41; 1930, c. 18; 1932, c. 30; 

1932-33, cc. 8, 40; 1934, c. 52 C.S.; 1935, c. 29; 

1936, c. 37; 1937, c. 29; 1938, c. 29; 1939, c. 43, 

1939 (2 Sess.), c. 5; 1940, c. 33; 1940-41-42; 

c. 16; 1942-43, c. 27; 1943-44, c. 9. 
1928, c. 25. 

1930. c. 19. 
1944-45, c. 39. 
1932, c. 33. 

1942-43, c. 24. 

1932-33, c. 39. 



1935, c. 39. 
1944-45, c. 40. 

[1934, c. 53; 1935, cc. 20, 61; 1938, c. 47]; 1943-44, 

c. 26, Rep. and New. 
1944-45, c. 41. 



1927, c. 55; 1928, c. 26; 1943-44, c. 27. 
1937, c. 30, C.S. 

1912, c. 53; 1914, c. 56. 

1928, c. 27. 
1939, c. 20. 
Repealed 1934, c. 35. 



1925, c. 11. 



1929, c. 42; 1932, c. 42, C.S.; 1934, c. 6; 1935, 
c. 5; 1939, c. 44. 

1930, c. 21. 
1944-45, c. 42. 

1930, c. 4; 1937, c. 31, C.S. 



Table of Public Statutes vii 



Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



Fish Inspection 

Food and Drugs 

Foreign Enlistment 

Foreign Insurance Companies (See Insurance 

Companies). 
Forest Reserves and Parks (See Dominion 

Forest). 

France, Trade Agreement with 



Franchise (See Dominion Franchise, and also 

Dominion By-Elections Franchise). 
French Convention 



Frontier College, The 



Fruit 

Fruit and Honey (See Fruit, Vegetables and 

Honey) 

Fruit, Vegetables and Honey , 

Fuel, Domestic (See Domestic Fuel). 
Fugitive Offenders , 



Game Export 

Gas Inspection 

Geology and Mines (See Mines and Resources). 
Germany, Trade Agreement (See Canada- 
Germany). 

Germany, Treaty of Peace 

Gold and Silver Marking (See Precious Metals 
Marking) 

Gold Clauses 

Gold Export 

Government Annuities 

Government Employees Compensation 

Government Harbours and Piers 

Government House Property at Toronto 

Government Railways 

Government Vessels Discipline 

Government Works Tolls. 

Governor General 

Grain (See Canada Grain). 

Grain Futures 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (1903, c. 71). . . 

Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. (bond purchase) 

Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. (guaranteed bonds, 
1905, c. 98) 

Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. (guarantee) 

Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. (Loan) 

Grand Trunk Pacific Securities 

Grand Trunk Pacific (Taken over by Govern- 
ment) 

Grand Trunk Railway, acquired by Govern- 
ment 

Grand Trunk Railway (Pensions) (See Can- 
adian National Railways Pensions) 

Grand Trunk Railway (Sale Major's Hill Park) 

Grand Trunk Railway (See Toronto Viaduct, 
and Intercolonial Railway Extension to 
Montreal). 



80 



81 



82 

83 



84 



7 

30 
89 

173 
203 
167 
85 



1929, c. 43; 1930, c. 22; 1932, c. 31. 

1930, cc. 23, 30; 1934, c. 54; 1939, c. 3. 
1937, c. 32. 



1921, c. 8; 1923, c. 14, s. 
c. 2. 



6; 1932-33, c. 31; 1935, 



1908, c. 28; 1910, cc. 21, 22; 1919 (2 Sess.), c. 15; 

1921, c. 8; 1923, c. 14; 1932-33, c. 30. 
1922, c. 77 (Private Act); 1932, c. 32 (Public 

Act). 

Repealed, 1934, c. 18, s. 29. 

1934, c. 18, repealed 1935. 

1935, c. 62. 



1940-41-42, c. 17. 
(See 1936, c. 33). 

1919 (2 Sess.), c. 30. 
1928, c. 40. 

1937, c. 33; 1939, c. 45, C.S. 
1932, c. 33; 1935, c. 21. 
1931, c. 33. 

1931, c. 9 (See 1932-33, c. 27, s. 6). 
1937, c. 10. 
1912, c. 25. 



1939, c. 31. 

1912, c. 95; 1913, c. 22; 1914, c. 2. 

1913, c. 24. 

1908, c. 32. 

1914, c. 34. 

1909, c. 19; 1913, c. 23; 1915, c. 4; 1916, c. 29. 
1927, c. 7. 

1919, c. 22; 1919 (2 Sess.), c. 16. 
1919 (2 Sess.), c. 17; 1920, c. 13. 

1907, c. 89; 1929, c. 4. 

1908, c. 44. 



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Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



Grand Trunk Arbitration 

Guatemala, Trade Agreement. 

H 



Halibut (See Northern Pacific, etc.). 
Halifax Harbour Commission 



Halifax Relief Commission 

Halifax Signal Dues (1859, c. 61) 

Harbour Master at Halifax 

Harbours (See National Harbours). 

Hay and Straw Inspection 

Hayti, Trade Agreement 

Health, Department of (See Pensions and 

National Health) 

Health, National (See National Health). 

Hemp, Bounty on 

High Commissioner in the U.K 

Highways 

Home Bank 

Home Improvement Loans Guarantee 

Hours of Work (See Limitation of). 

House of Commons 

Housing (See Dominion Housing) (See also 

National Housing). 

Hungary, Trade Agreement with 

Hungary, Treaty of Peace 

Hutchison, Lois B. (bounty warrant) 



I 



Identification of Criminals 

Immigration 

Immigration Aid Societies 

Immigration and Colonization, Department of, 

(See Mines and Resources) 

Income War Tax 



Indian (See Mines and Resources) , 

Indian Lands, Settlement of Differences 

Industrial Development Bank 

Industrial Disputes Investigation 

Inland Water Freight Rates 

Inquiries 

Inspection and Sale 

Insurance 

Insurance, Department of 

Insurance Companies, Canadian and British 

Insurance Companies, Foreign 

Insurance Companies, Extension of Charters 



90 

92 

145 



112 
208 
99 
100 

101 



1921, c. 9. 
1938, c. 19. 



1927, c. 58; 1928, c. 28; 1929, c. 44; 1931, c. 34; 
repealed 1936, c. 42, s. 39. 

1918, c. 24. 
1908, c. 66. 

1919, c. 23; repealed 1927, c. 58. 

1932-33, c. 26. 
1938, c. 20. 

1928, c. 39, C.S. 

1913, c. 50. 

1938, c. 30, C.S. 

1919, c. 54; 1923, c. 4; 1925, c. 4. 

1925, c. 45. 

1937, c. 11. 



1928, c. 52. 
1922, c. 49. 
1913, c. 30. 



1928, c. 29; 1937, c. 34. 



Repealed 1936, c. 33. 

1928, cc. 12, 30; 1930, c. 24; 1931, c. 35; 1932, cc. 
43, 44; 1932-33, cc. 14, 15, 41; 1934, cc. 19, 55 
1935, cc. 22, 40; 1936, cc. 6, 38; 1938, c. 48 
1939, c. 46; 1939 (2 Sess.), c. 6; 1940, c. 34 
1940-41-42, c. 18; 194243, c. 28; 1943-44, c. 14 
1944-45, c. 43. 

19,30, c. 25; 1932-33, c. 42; 1934, c. 29; 1936, c. 20 
(See 1936, c. 33); 1938, c. 31; 1940-41-42, c. 19. 
1920, c. 51; 1924, c. 48. 
1944-45, c. 44. 
1940-41-42, c. 20. 

1934, c. 37. 

1930, c. 22, s. 3; 1932-33, c. 26, s. 4; 1938, c. 32, 
C.S. 

1929, c. 45; 1930, c. 26; repealed 1932, c. 46 (See 
1932, cc. 45, 46 and 47). 

1932, c. 45. 

1932, c. 46; 1932-33, c. 32; 1934, cc. 27, 45; 1936, 
c. 18; 1937, c. 5; 1938, c. 21; 1939, c. 10; 1944- 
45, c. 32. 

1932, c. 47; 1934, c. 36; 1939, c. 18. 

1915, c. 5; 1916. c. 8. 



30 



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Subject-Matter 



U.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



Insurance Companies, Investment of (See Life 
Insurance). 

Insurance for Returned Soldiers (See Returned 
Soldiers' Insurance). 

Interest 

Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Rail- 
ways Employees' Provident Fund , 

Intercolonial Railway Extension to Montreal 

(1899, c. 5) 

Interior (See Mines and Resources) 

International Boundary Waters Treaty 

Interpretation 

Intoxicating Liquors, Importation of 

Irish Free State Trade Agreement 

Iron and Steel Bounties , 

Irrigation " , 

Italian Convention 



Japanese Treaty. 



Johnson, Mrs. Alice, pension to. 
Judges (See also Chief Justice). 



Justice (See Department of). 
Juvenile Delinquents 



Labour Department 

Lac Seul Conservation 

Lake of the Woods Control Board 

Lake of the Woods and other waters 

Lands Surveys, Dominion 

Land Titles 

Land Titles Act, 1894 (Assurance Fund). . 

Latvia, Trade Agreement with 

Lead Bounties 

Leprosy 

Library of Parliament 

Life Insurance Companies, Investment of. 

Limitation of Hours of Work 

Lithuania, Trade Agreement with 

Live Stock and Live Stock Products 



Live Stock Pedigree. 
Live Stock Shipping. 
Loan Act 



Loan Companies 

Loans, Small 

Lord's Day (See Weekly Day of Rest). 
Lotbiniere and Megantic Railway 



102 

103 
1 

104 



105 



108 



111 



117 
118 



119 
146 



120 



121 
122 



28 



123 



1907, c. 22; 1908, c. 37; 1913, c. 26; 1918, c. 15; 
1919, c. 14; 1925, c. 37; 1927, c. 49; 1929, c. 5. 

1907, c. 18. 

Repealed 1936, c. 33. 

1911, c. 28; 1914, c. 5. 

1931, c. 36; 1935, cc. 6, 30. 

1928, c. 31. 

1932-33, c. 4. 

1907, c. 24; 1910, c. 33. 

1923, c. 17. 



1907, c. 50; 1911, c. 7; 1913, c. 27; 1943-44, c. 28, 

Repealed. 
1914, c. 11. 

1930, c. 27; 1931, c. 37; 1932, cc. 16, 48; 1936, 
c. 39; 1944-45, cc. 10, 45. 

1929, c. 46, C.S.; 1932, c. 17; 1935, c. 41; 1936, 
c. 40. 



1940^11-42, c. 21. 
1928, c. 32. 
1921, c. 10. 

1921, c. 38; Repealed 1928, c. 32. 



1908, c. 42. 
1928, c. 52. 

1908, c. 43; 1910, c. 37; 1913, c. 29, C.S. 



1916, c. 18. 
1935, c. 63. 
1928, c. 52. 

1928, c. 33; 1934, c. 20; 1935, c. 42; 1939, c. 47, 
C S 

1932, c. 49, C.S. 

1909, c. 23; 1916, c. 3; 1917, c. 3; 1919, c. 67; 

1922, c. 30; 1924, c. 56; 1925, c. 16; 1926, c. 

11; 1928, c. 34; 1931, c. 38; 1932-33, c. 43; 1935, 

c. 43; 1936, c. 41; 1939, c. 48; 1940, c. 11; 1942- 

43, c. 20; 1944-45, c. 4. 
1932, c. 45, s. 10; 1934, c. 56; 1939, c. 4. 
1939, c. 23. 
1935, c. 14. 
1916, c. 22. 



31 



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Table of Public Statutes 



Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



M 



Major's Hill Park, sale of part to Grand Trunk 

Railway 

Manila Fibre, bounty on 

Manitoba Boundaries 

Manitoba Natural Resources 

Manitoba Supplementary Provisions , 

Maple Sugar Industry , 

Marine, Department of , 

Maritime Conventions 

Maritime Freight Rates 

Maritime Provinces Additional Subsidies. . . 
Marketing (See Natural Products). 

Marriage and Divorce , 

Meaford Harbour (1866, c. 78)..... 

Meat and Canned Foods 



Medical, Canada 

Migratory Birds Convention 

Military and Naval Aid (See War Appropria- 
tions). 

Military Service Act 

Military Voters Act 

Militia 

Militia North West Rebellion, grants of land 

(1906, c. 30) 

Militia Pension 



Mines and Resources, Department of 

Minimum Wages 

Minister of Overseas Military Forces 

Mint (See Royal Canadian Mint). 

Money-Lenders 

Montreal (sale ordnance lands) 

Montreal Harbour Commissioners (1894, c. 



48), 



Montreal Harbour Commissions, loans to. 



Montreal Terminals 

Mortgage Bank (See Central Mortgage Bank), 
Mount Royal Tunnel and Terminal Co., Ltd... 

Municipal Improvements Assistance 

Munitions and Supply (See Department of) 



N 



Narcotic (See Opium and). 
National Battlefields at Quebec. 



National Defence, Department of 

National Employment Commission 

National Film 

National Gallery 

National Harbours Board 

National Health (See Pensions and National 
Health). 

National Housing 



124 

125 
126 
79 



127 

*77 

129 
130 



132 



133 



135 



136 



1908, c. 44. 
1923, c. 57. 

1912, c. 32; 1930, c. 28. 
1930, c. 29; 1938, c. 36. 

1930, c. 30. 

1930, c. 31; Repealed 1936, c. 34, s. 10. 

1934, c. 31, s. 37; Repealed 1934, c. 44, s. 717. 

1942-43, c. 14. 

1932, c. 10. 
1908, c. 46. 

1934, c. 38; 1935, c. 31; 1939, c. 19; 1940-41-42, 
c. 6. 

1932-33, c. 16. 



1917, c. 19. 
1917, c. 34. 
(See 1932-33, c. 21). 

1913, c. 30. 

1928, c. 35; 1929, c. 6; 1930, c. 32; 1937, c. 12; 

1940, c. 12. 
1936, c. 33. 
1935, c. 44. 
1917, c. 35. 



1908, c. 51. 

1909, c. 24; 1912, c. 35; 1913, c. 32; 1914, c. 42; 
1924, c. 58; 1932, c. 50; 1932-33, c. 10. 

1907, c. 30; 1909, c. 25; 1910, c. 40; 1912, c. 36; 

1914, c. 41; 1918, c. 5; 1919, c. 53; 1921, c. 11; 

1922, c. 33; 1923, c. 59; 1927, c. 8; 1929, c. 47; 

repealed (except 1918, c. 5 and 1921, c. 11), 

1936, c. 42, s. 39. 
1929, c. 12. 

1916, c. 20. 
1938, c. 33. 



1908, cc. 57, 58; 1910, c. 41; 1911, c. 5; 1914, 

c. 46; 1925, c. 47; 1928, c. 36; 1938, c. 23. 
1940, cc. 1, 9, 21. 
1936, c. 7. 
1939, c. 20. 
1913, c. 33. 

1936, c. 42; 1938, c. 34. 



1938, c. 49; 1944-45, c. 46. 



32 



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Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



N 



National Parks (See also Dominion Forest Re- 
serves and Parks) 



National Physical Fitness 

National Railways, Auditors for. 



National Resources Mobilization 

National Revenue, Department of 

National Transcontinental Ry. (1903, c. 71).... 

National War Services, Department of 

Naturalization 

Natural Products Marketing 

Natural Resources (See Alberta, or Manitoba, 

or Saskatchewan Natural Resources) 

Natural Resources Transfer 

Naval Service 

Navigable Waters' Protection 

Netherlands, Trade Convention 

New Westminster Harbour Commission 

New Zealand Trade Agreement 

Northern Alberta Railways 

Northern Pacific Halibut Fishery Protection . 

North Fiaser Harbour Commission 

North Sydney Harbour 

Northwest Game 

Northwest Rebellion Land Grants (1906, c. 30) 

Northwest Territories 

Nova Scotia and P.E.I. National Parks 



Oaths of Allegiance 

Ocean Steamships Subsidies (1899, c. 2; 

c. 44) 

Ocean Telegraph 

Official Secrets 

Old Age Pensions 

Oleomargarine 



137 
138 

139 
140 

75 

141 
142 

143 



1903, 



Ontario Boundaries 

Ontario Superior Courts 

Opium and Narcotic Drug 

Ordnance and Admiralty Lands 

Ordnance Lands (See Toronto, Montreal and 
Winnipeg). 

Ottawa Agreement 



156 



144 
115 



Ottawa Improvement Commission (1899, c. 
10) (See Federal District Commission) 

Ottawa Mint (See Department of Finance and 
Treasury Board) 



1930, c. 33; 1930, c. 37, sch. 2 (See 1936, c. 43) 
1937, c. 35; 1938, c. 35. 

1943-44, c. 29. 

1932-33, c. 33; 1934, c. 3; 1935, c. 1; 1936, c. 21 
1937, c. 3; 1938, c. 3; 1939, c. 2; 1940, c. 4 
1940-41, c. 5; 1942-43, c. 12; 1943-44, c. 18 
1944-45, c. 8. 

1940, c. 13; 1942-43, c. 29. 

1928, c. 37; 1937, c. 27; 1940, c. 10; 1943-44, c. 24. 
1907, c. 48; 1909, c. 26; 1912, cc. 37, 38, 39; 1913, 

c. 34; 1914, cc. 3, 43; 1915, c. 18. 
1940, c. 22. 

1931, c. 39. 

1934, c. 57; 1935, c. 64. 

1938, c. 36. 
1940-41-42, c. 22. 

(See 1932-33, c. 21); r 1940, c. 35; 1944-45, c. 23, 
C.S. 

1925, c. 19. 

1913, c. 158; 1931, c. 40; 1938, c. 37. 

1932, c. 34; 1932-33, c. 44. 

1929, c. 48; 1931, c. 10. 

1937, c, 36, C.S. 

1913, c. 162; 1931, c. 41. 

1914, c. 16. 

1913, c. 30. 

1938, c. 38; 1940, c. 36. 
1936, c. 43; 1938, c. 35. 



1934. c. 21. 

1908, c. 68; 1909, c. 36; 1911, c. 25. 
1910, c. 57; 1913, c. 52; 1917, c. 10. 
1939, c. 49. 

1931, c. 42; 1937, c. 13. 

1919 (2 Sess.), c. 24; 1920, c. 30; 1921, c. 41 
1922, c. 35. 

1912, c. 40. 

1913, c. 50. 

1929, c. 49, C.S.; 1932, c. 20; 1938, c. 9. 



1910, c. 45; 1920, c. 15; 1924, c. 59; 1925, c. 21; 
1931, c. 43; 1932, c. 11; 1932-o3, c. 17; 1934, 
c. 7; 1935, c. 7; 1936, c. 14; 1937, c. 37; 1938, 
c, 10; 1939, c. 5; 1940, c. 14; 1940-41-42, c. 7; 
1942-43, c. 15; 1943-44, c. 10; 194445, c. 11. 

1910, c. 45; 1919, c. 62; 1921, c. 43, repealed 
1927, c. 55. 



134 I 1931, c. 48. 

33 



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Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



Pacific Cable 

Paper Control Tribunal 

Parcel Post 

Parliamentary Secretary, Militia and Defence. 
Parliamentary Secretary, Soldiers' Civil Re- 

establishment 

Parliamentary Under-Secretary, External 

Affairs 

Parks (See Dominion Forest Reserves) (See 

also Waterton Glacier). (See Nova Scotia 

and Prince Edward Island National Parks) 

(See National Parks). 

Passenger Tickets 

Patents 

Patriotic Fund (See Canadian Patriotic). 

Pawnbrokers 

Peace (See Treaties of Peace). 

Pelagic Sealing • 

Penitentiary 

Penny Bank 

Penny Bank of Toronto 

Pension Fund Societies 

Pensions * 

Pensions and National Health, Department of 

Permanent Court of International Justice 

Pest Control Products 

Petition of Right 

Petroleum and Naphtha Inspection 

Petroleum Bounty (1904, c. 28) 

Physical Fitness (See National Physical Fit- 
ness). 

Pictou, Harbour of 

Poland, Convention of Commerce 

Portugal, Trade Agreement with 

Postal and Railway Mail Service employees... 

Post Office 

Prairie Farm Assistance 

Prairie Farm Rehabilitation 

Precious Metals Marking 

Plesbiscite (See Dominion Plesbiscite). 
Piince Edward Island National Park (See 
Nova Scotia and). 

Prince Edward Island Railway Extension 

Prince Edward Island subsidy 

Prisons and Reformatories 

Proprietary or Patent Medicines 

Provincial Subsidies 

Public Archives 

Publication of Statutes 

Public Documents 

Public Lands Grants 

Public Officers 



174 
150 



152 

153 
154 

13 

155 
157 



5 
158 
159 



161 



84 



163 
151 
192 
8 
2 
48 
114 
164 



1899, c. 3; 1901, c. 5; 1929, c. 50. 
1919, c. 63. 
1913, c. 35. 

1917, c. 35. 

1918, cc. 41, 42. 
1917, c. 35. 



1928, c. 4; 1930, c. 34; 1932, c. 21; 1935, c. 32, 
C.S. 



1938, c. 39, C.S. 

1932-33, c. 27; 1938, c. 11; 1939, c. 6, C.S.; 1940, 

c. 37. 
1929, c. 51. 
1923, c. 24. . 

1928, c. 38; 1930, c. 35; 1931, c. 44; 1932-33, c. 45; 

1934, c. 58; 1935, cc. 8, 45; 1936, c. 44; 1939, 

c. 32; 1940-41-42, c. 23. 
1928, c. 39; C.S.; Repealed 1944-45, cc. 19, 23. 
1921, c. 46. 

1939, c. 21. 



1932, c. 22; Repealed, 1942-43, c. 16. 
1907, c. 33; 1908, c. 52; 1910, c. 46, C.S.; 
c. 63. 



1923, 



1920, c. 63. 
1935, c. 51. 

1928, c. 52. 

1929, c. 52. 

1931, c. 45; 1932-33, c. 46; 1935, c. 46. 
1939, c. 50; 1940, c. 38; 1940-41-42, c. 24; 1942- 
43, c. 5. 

1935, c. 23; 1937, c. 14; 1939, c. 7; 1940-41-42, 
c. 25. 

1928, c. 40; 1929, c. 53; 1934, c. 14; 1935, c. 9; 
1937, c. 15; 1940-41-42, c. 8; 1942^3, cc. 6, 30. 



1908, c. 54. 

1912, c. 42; 1927, c, 76, item 526. 
1928, c. 41; 1931, c. 46. 



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Subject-Matter 



U.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



Public Printing and Stationery 

Public Service Rearrangement and Transfer. . 
Public Service, Retirement of certain members 

of 

Public Works 

Public Works Construction 

Public Works Health 

0 

Quarantine 

Quebec and Saguenay Railway 

Quebec Boundaries 

Quebec Bridge and Railway 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners (1899, c. 34) 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners, loans to... . 



Quebec Harbour and River Police 

Quebec, Montmorency, and Charlevoix Rail- 
way 

Quebec National Battlefields (See National 
Battlefields). 

Quebec Savings Banks 

R 

Radio 

Radio Broadcasting (See Canadian Broad- 
casting) 

Radiotelegraph (See Radio) 

Railway Belt 

Railways 

Railways and Canals, Department of (See 

Transport, Department of) 

Railway Belt and Peace River Block 

Railway Belt Water 

Railway Subsidies 



Rainy Lake Watershed Emergency-Control. . . 

Rebellion (See North West Rebellion). 

Reclamation 

Reconstruction, Department of 

Re-election of members (See Senate and House 
of Commons). 

Refunds (Natural Resources) 

Regulations and Orders in Council 

Reinstatement in Civil Employment 

Relief (See also Unemployment and Farm Re- 
lief, also Unemployment Relief, also Un- 
employment Relief and Assistance) 

Reparation Payment 

Representation 

Research Council 

PART I — 4 



162 
165 



166 
91 

168 



169 



14 



195 



195 
116 
170 



171 
2li 



175 



1928, c. 5. 

1920, c. 67; 1921, c. 49; 1922, c. 39; 1923, c. 65. 
1934, c. 59; 1935, c. 34. 



1916, c. 22. 

1912, c. 45. 

1907, c. 35; 1908, c. 59. 

1907, c. 36; 1912, c. 44; 1913, c. 40; Repealed 
1936, c. 42, s. 39. 

1913, c. 41; 1914, c. 47; 1917, c. 4; 1919, c. 53; 
1922, c. 40; 1925, c. 51; 1928, c. 42; Repealed 
(except 1919, c. 53), 1936, c. 42, s. 39. 

Repealed 1936, c. 42, s. 39. 

1916, c. 22. 



1932-33, c. 28; 1934, c. 39; 1944-45, cc. 20, 47. 



1938, c. 50, C.S. 

1932, c. 51; 1932-33, c. 35; 1934, c. 60; 1935, cc. 

24, 65; Repealed 1936, c. 24; 1944-45, c. 33. 
Repealed, 1936, c. 23, s. 20. 

1928, c. 43; 1929, c. 54; 1930, c. 36; 1932-33, c. 
47; 1938, cc. 12, 40. 

(See 1936, c. 34). 
1930, c. 37. 
1928, cc. 6, 44. 

1907, c. 40; 1908, cc. 63 (25), (32); 1909, c. 35; 
1910, cc. 51, (6); 1912, cc. 48, (7), (8), (9); 
1913, cc. 46 (10), (23), (24). (53) 

1939, c. 33. 



1944-45, c. 18. 



1932, c. 35. 

1928, c. 44; 1932, c. 12. 
1942-43, c. 31. 



176 
177 

35 



1932, c. 36; 1932-33, c. 18; 1934, c. 15; 1935. c. 13 

1936, c. 46. 
1929, c. 55. 

1932-33, c. 54, C.S.; 1934, c. 61; 1935, o. 10. 



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Table of Public Statutes 



Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



Returned Soldiers' Insurance. 



Revised Statutes 

Root Vegetables (Repealed, see Fruit, Veget- 
ables and Honey) 

Roumania, Trade Agreement with 

Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, Toronto 

Royal Canadian Air Force 

Royal Canadian Mint (See Department of 
Finance and Treasury Board) 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police 



Royal Military College 

S 

Safety of Life at Sea and Load Lines Conven- 
tions 

Saint John and Quebec Railway 



Saint John Harbour Commission... 



Saint John, wharves and buildings at Harbour 
Salaries 



Salary Deduction. 



Salmon Fisheries Convention 

Salt Fish Board 

Saskatchewan and Alberta Roads 

Saskatchewan Natural Resources 

Satisfied Securities 

Saskatchewan Seed Grain Loans Guarantee . 

Saskatchewan, Superior Courts of 

Savings Banks 

Savings Deposits Returns 

School Lands 

Seals 



Second Narrows Bridge 

Secretary of State, Department of. 

Seed Grain 

Seed Grain Sureties 

Seeds 



Seed Grain, Fodder and other relief 

Seed Grains Loans Guarantee 

Senate and House of Commons 

Serb, Croat and Slovene Kingdom, Trade 

Agreement with 

Shipbuilding 

Shipping (See Canada Shipping). 

Shop Cards Registration 

Signal Dues (See Halifax). 

Small Loans 

Sockeye Salmon Fisheries (See Convention 

with U.S.). 



181 



160 



131 



182 



180 
184 



15 
183 



189 
87 
88 

185 



147 



1920, c. 54; 1921, c. 52; 1922, c. 42; 1923, c. 67; 

1928, c. 45; 1929, c. 56; 1930, c. 38. 
1907, cc. 43, 44; 1924, c. 65. 

1929, c. 7; 1931, c. 47. 
1928, c. 52. 

1927, c. 9. 
1940, c. 15. 

1931, c. 48. 

1930, c. 39; 1931, c. 11; 1932, c. 37; 1932-33, c. 
29; 1934, cc. 8, 40; 1935, c. 25; 1937, c. 38; 
1938, c. 24; 1940, c. 39. 

1928, c. 7, C.S. 



1931, c. 49; Repealed 1934, c. 44. 

1911, c. 11; 1912, c. 49; 1914, c. 52; 1916, c. 23; 

1917, c. 22; 1919, cc. 7, 31; 1921, c. 12; 1925, 

c. 25; 1928, c. 8. 
1927, c. 67; 1928, c. 4o; 1931, c. 50; Repealed 

(except ss. 15, 16, 17 of 1927, c. 67), 1936, c. 

42, s. 39. 
1910, c. 53. 

1930, c. 40; 1931, c. 12; 1939 (2 Sess.), c. 7; 1940, 
c. 40; 1944-45, c. 24. 

1932, c. 52; 1932-33, c. 19; 1934, c. 22; 1935, c. 26; 
1936, c. 8 (See also 1932, c. 44; 1932-33, c. 15; 
1934, c. 19; 1935, c. 22 and 1936, c. 6). 

1930, c. 10. 
1939, c. 51. 

1930, c. 41; 1931, c. 51; 1938, c. 36. 

1936, c. 9. 
1916, c. 25. 



1907, c. 26; 1908, c. 22. 
1939, c. 22. 
1935, c. 47. 



1928, c. 47; 1937, c. 40, C.S.; 1938, c. 51; 1940, 
c. 16. 

1915, c. 20; 1919, c. 32. 

1937, c. 39; 1938, c. 13. 

1931, c, 52; 1932-33, c. 48; 1940-41-42, c. 26. 

1928, c. 52. 
1920, c. 70. 

1938, c. 41. 

1939, c. 23. 



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xv 



Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-194.' 



S 

Soldiers, Canadian Electoral Franchise 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment (See Pensions 

and National Health) 

Soldier Settlement 

Solicitor General 

Songhees Indian Reserve 

South Africa Trade Agreement 

Southern Rhodesia Trade Agreement 

Spanish Treaty 

Speaker of the House of Commons 

Speaker of the Senate 

Special War Revenue 



188 



107 



148 
149 
179 



Statistics 

Steamship Subsidies 

St. Peters' Indian Reserve 

St. Regis Indian Reservation 

Succession Duty (See Dominion Succession 
Duty). 

Succession to the Throne 

Supply (See Appropriation Acts). 

Supreme Court (See also Chief Justice) 

Surplus Crown Assets 



Taber Irrigation District 

Tariff Act (See Customs Tariff). 

Tariff Board 

Tax Convention (See Canada-United States, 
etc.). 

Tax on Business Profits (See Business Profits). 

Technical Education 

Telegraph (See Ocean Telegraph). 

Telegraphic News from Great Britain 

Telegraphs 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway 

aid 

Temperance, Canada 

Three Rivers Harbour Commission 

Ticket of Leave. . 

Timber Marking 

Tobacco Restraint 

Toronto (Sales Ordnance Lands) 

Toronto Government House property 

Government House). 
Toronto Harbour Commissioners (1850, c. 80) 




193 



194 



196 



197 
198 
199 



(See 



Toronto Terminals (1906, c. 170), 



Toronto Viaduct 

Trade Mark and Design Act (See Unfair Com- 
petition 



201 

37 



1915, c. 11; 1917, c. 34. 
1928, c. 39. Repealed. 

1928, c. 48; 1930, c. 42; 1931, c. 53; 1932, c. 53; 
1932-33, c. 49; 1934, c. 41; 1935, c. 66; 1936, 
c. 10; 1938, c. 14. 

1911, c. 24. 
1932-33, c. 3. 
1932-33, c. 5. 
1928, c. 49. 



1928, c. 50; 1929, c. 57; 1930, c. 43; 1931, c. 54; 
1932, c. 54; 1932-33, c. 50; 1934, c. 42; 1935, 
c. 33; 1936, c. 45; 1937, c. 41; 1938, c. 52; 1939, 
c. 52; 1939 (2 Sess.), c. 8; 1940, c. 41; 1940-41- 
42, cc. 1, 27; 1942-43, c. 32; 1943-44, c. 11; 
1944-45, c. 48. 

1908, c. 68; 1909, c. 36; 1911, c. 25. 
1916, c. 24. 
1927, c. 37. 



1937, c. 16. 

1928, c. 9; 1929, c. 58; 1930, c. 44; 1937, c. 42. 
1944-45, c. 21. 



1916, c. 26; 1919, c. 72. 

1931, c. 55; 1932-33, c. 51; 1940, c. 42. 

1929, c. 8; 1934, c. 9; 1939, c. 8; 1944-45, c. 5. 
1908, c. 12; 1910, c. 7; 1913, cc. 43, 52. 

1913, c. 53. 

1923, c. 71; 1927, c. 70; 1929, c. 59; 1931, c. 56; 

Repealed (except 1927, c. 70), 1936, c. 42, s. 39. 
1931, c. 13. 

1930, c. 45. 

1908, c. 51; 1910, c. 49. 



1911, c. 26; 1913, c. 11; 1914, c. 54; 1936, c. 11; 

1939, c. 24; 1942^3, c. 17. 
1924, c. 70; 1925, cc. 28, 29; 1928, c. 51; 1930, 

c. 46. (See also 1939, c. 25). 
1913, c. 11; 1914, c. 54; 1924, c. 70 

1928, c. 10. 



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Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



Trade Agreements 

Trade and Commerce, Department of 

Trade and Industry Commission (See Domi- 
nion Trade and Industry Commission). 

Trade Unions 

Trans-Canada Air Lines 

Transfer of Lands to Ontario and Quebec 

Translation Bureau 

Transport 

Transport, Department of 

Treachery 

Treaties of Peace 

Trenton Harbour 

Trust Companies 

Turkey, Treaty of Peace 

U 

Unemployment and Agricultural Assistance... . 

Unemployment and Farm Relief 

Unemployment Insurance 

Unemployment Relief 

Unemployment Relief and Assistance 

Unfair Competition 

United Kingdom Trade Agreement 

(United Kingdom Financing) War Appropria- 
tion 

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation 
Administration 

United States Tax Convention (See Canada 
United States). 

United States Trade Agreement (See Canada- 
United States). 

United States Treaty (Smuggling) 

United States Wreckers 

Uruguay Trade Agreement (See Canada- 
Uruguay). 

V 



Van Buren Bridge Co. agreement with 

Majesty the King 

Vancouver Harbour Commissioners 



Vehicular Traffic on Dominion Property — 

Veterans Affairs, Department of 

Veterans' Allowances. (See War Veterans). 

Veterans' Assistance Commission 

Veterans Insurance 

Veterans' Land 

Victoria Day 

Visiting Forces 

Vocational Education 

Vocational Training 

Volunteer Bounty 



His 



200 



202 



29 



214 



204 



1928, c. 52; 1932-33, cc. 2, 3, 4, 5, 31, 44; 1937, 
cc. 17, 20, 21. 



1937, c. 43; 1938, c. 15; 1940, c. 17; 194041-42, 
c. 9. 

1943-44, c. 30. 
1934, c. 25. 

1938, c. 53; 1944-45, c. 25. 

1936, c. 34 (See Transport Stores, 1937, c. 28 and 

1939, c. 16). 
1940, c. 43. 

1919 (2 Sess.), c. 30; 1920, c. 4; 1922, c. 49. 

1922, c. 50. 

1931, c. 57; 1939, c. 9. 

1922, c. 49. 



1937, c. 44; 1938, c. 25; 1939, c. 26; 1940, c. 23. 

1931, c. 58; 1932, c. 13. (See also Relief). 
1940, c. 44; 194344, c. 31. 

1930 (2 Sess.), c. 1. 
1936, cc. 15, 46. 

1932, c. 38. 

1932-33, c. 2; 1937, c. 17 (1932-33, c. 2 repealed). 
194243, c. 8. 
1994-45, c. 12. 



1925, c. 54. 



1918, c.48. 

1913, c. 54; 1914, c. 17; 1916, c. 9; 1919, c. 74; 
1922, c. 52; 1923, c. 29; 1924, c. 72; 1927, c. 73; 
1929, c. 60; repealed (except 1914, c. 17; 1916, 
c. 9 and 1922, c. 52); 1936, c. 42, s. 39. 

1930, c. 47. 
1944-45, c. 19. 

1936, c. 47. 
1944-45, c. 49. 
1942-43, c. 33. 

1932-33, c. 21. 

1931, c. 59. 
1942-43, c. 34. 

1908, c. 67; 1910, c. 60; 1912, c. 52; 1913, c. 55; 
1914, c. 18. 



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Subject-Matter 



R.S. 
1927 
Chap. 



Amendments in years 1907-1945 



W 



Wages Liability 

War Appropriation Acts. 



205 



War Appropriation (United Kingdom Financ- 
ing) Act 

War Appropriation (United Nations Mutual 
Aid) Act 

War Appropriation and Revenue Acts 



War Charities. 



War Exchange Conservation 

War Measures 

War Risk Insurance 

War Service Grants 

War Time Elections 

War Time Elections (Canadian War Service 
Electors) 

War Veteran's Allowances 

Water Carriage of Goods 

Water Meters Inspection 

Water Power in Alberta, Sask. and Man. (See 
also Dominion Water Power) 

Waterton Glacier International Peace Park 

Waterways Treaty 

Weekly Day of Rest (See also Lord's Day) . . . 

Weights and Measures 

West Indian Trade Agreement 

Western Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Co. 
(Subsidy) 

Wheat 

Wheat Acreage Reduction 

Wheat Board (See Canadian Wheat Board). 

Wheat Co-operative Marketing 

Wheat Crop Equalization Payments 

White Phosphorous Matches 

Widows Annuities 

Winding-up 

Winnipeg and St. Boniface Harbour Commis- 
sioners 

Winnipeg, sale of lands at 

Winnipeg Terminals 



208 



207 
209 



212 



128 
213 



Youth Training 

Yukon 

Yukon Placer Mining 

Yukon Quartz Mining 

Yukon Territory, Administration of Justice 
in the.. 



Zinc, Bounty on 

Zinc, investigating process. 



1939 (2 Sess.), c. 9; 1940, c. 3; 1940-41-42, cc. 10, 
11; 1942-43, cc. 7, 8, 9, 21; 1943-44, cc. 2, 5, 
16, 17, 32, ; 1944-45, cc. 6, 16; 1945, c. 3. 

1942- 43, c. 8. 

1943- 44, c. 17; 194^45, c. 15. 

1914 (2 Sess.), c. 1; 1915, cc. 8, 23; 1916, c. 28; 
1917, c. 2; 1918, cc. 45, 46; 1919, c. 33; 1920, 
c. 45. 

1917, c. 38; repealed, 1927, c. 39; 1939 (2 Sess.), 

c. 10; 1940-41-42, c. 28. 
1940-41-42, cc. 2, 29; 1944-45, c. 50. 

1942-43, c. 35. 
1944^5, c. 51. 
1917, c. 39; 1918, c. 47. 

1944- 45, c. 26. 

1930, c. 48; 1936, c. 48; 1938, c. 16. 
1936, c. 49 (R.S., 207 repealed). 
Repealed, 1944-45, c. 13. 

1929, c. 61. 
1932, c. 55. 

1911, c. 28; 1914, c. 5. 
1935, c, 14. 

1935, c. 48; 1937, c. 18. 

1913, c. 56; 1921, c. 13; 1926, c. 16; 1927, c. (29). 

1913, c. 57. 

1931, c. 60. 

1942^3, c. 10; 1943-14, c. 12. 

1939, c. 34; 1940, c. 18. 

1936, c. 12. 

1927, c. 74. 

1930, c. 49; 1932, c. 56. (See 1932-33, c. 36). 

1912, c. 55; 1938, c .17. 
1910, c. 49; 1912, c. 54. 
1907, c. 52; 1914, c. 57. 



1939, c. 35. 

1940, c. 45; 1940-41-42, c. 30. 

1928, c. 53; 1929, c. 63; 1932, c. 23. 

1929, c. 62. 



1916, c. 27; 1918, c. 51. 
1910, c. 37. 



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