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CONTENTS —Con Iinued

 

 

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LOCOMOTIVE FUEL    

44

RIGHT-OF-WAY CLEARING    

45

CLEARING OUTSIDE RIGHTS-OF-WAY    

46

FIRE GUARD CONSTRUCTION, 1913    

50

INSTRUCTIONS OF BOARD    

51

SYNOPSIS OF VARIATIONS FROM 1912    

54

STUBBLE FIRE GUARDING-INSTRUCTIONS OF BOARD   

55

FIRE GUARDING, SEASON OF 1914    

58

FIRE GUARD REQUIREMENTS OF BOARD    

58

VARIATIONS IN REQUIREMENTS IN 1914    

63

RESULTS HAVE PROVEN SATISFACTORY    

64

SUMMARY OF FIRE GUARD CONSTRUCTION    

66

FIRE PROTECTION IN ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND NEW BRUNSWICK

 

ALONG THE LINES OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY,

 

SEASON OF 1914, BY B. M. WINEGAR    

67

NEW BRUNSWICK FAIRLY SATISFACTORY    

67

QUEBEC HAS DIFFICULT CONDITIONS    

67

ONTARIO CONDITIONS VERY UNSATISFACTORY    

68

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY FIRE PROTECTION   

68

LETTER TO GENERAL SUPERINTENDENTS    

69

CIRCULAR NO. 8 TO OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES   

70

PART II. REPORTS OF THE COMMITTEE ON FORESTS OF THE COMMISSION OF

CONSERVATION, BY CLYDE LEAVITT    

72

REPORT OF COMMITTEE FOR 1913    

72

RALLWAY FIRE PROTECTION WORK    

72

FIRE GUARDS IN PRAIRIE PROVINCES    

73

RAILWAYS NOT SUBJECT TO BOARD OF RAILWAY COM-

 

MISSIONERS    

74

INVESTIGATION OF FOREST RESOURCES    

75

INVENTORY OP FOREST RESOURCES COMMENCED   

75

STUDY OF FOREST REPRODUCTION    

76

DOMINION FOREST RESERVE EXTENSION    

77

PROTECTION OF FORESTED WATERSHEDS    

77

ADDITIONS TO DOMINION FOREST RESERVES   

78

TRENT WATERSHED SURVEY    

79

WATERSHED OF TRENT CANAL    

79

FOREST STAFF UNDER CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION   

80

FORESTRY ON DOMINION TIMBER BERTHS    

80

BRUSH DISPOSAL AS FIRE PREVENTIVE    

81

LACK OF TECHNICAL SUPERVISION    

82

RECOMMENDATIONS OF COMMITTEE ON FORESTS, 1913   

82

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON FORESTS FOR 1914    

84

INVENTORY OF FOREST RESOURCES    

84

THE WORN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA    

85

PROGRESS IN SASKATCHEWAN    

85

ESTIMATE FOR MANITOBA AND ALBERTA    

86

REPRODUCTION STUDY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA    

86

REPEATED FIRES DESTROY VALUABLE SPECIES   

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