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CONTENTS—Continued

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RAILWAY FIRE PROTECTION    87

CO-OPERATION IN FIRE PROTECTION    88

LINES BROUGHT UNDER RAILWAY BOARD    88

REDUCTION OF RAILWAY FIRE HAZARD    89

BURNING OF SLASH REQUIRED    89

CO-OPERATION SECURES GOOD RESULTS    89

DOMINION FOREST RESERVES    90

CIVIL SERVICE REFORM    91

FORESTRY ON DOMINION LANDS    91

FOREST RESERVES IN ONTARIO    92

PROTECTION OF WATERSHEDS    93

TRENT WATERSHED    93

VALUE AS DEMONSTRATION    94

WIDER USE OF WESTERN COAL    95

CO-OPERATIVE FIRE PROTECTION    95

GAME PRESERVATION    96

SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS    96

RESOLUTIONS OF COMMITTEE ON FORESTS, 1914    97

PART III. FOREST FIRES AND THE BRUSH DISPOSAL PROBLEM    100

INTRODUCTION BY CLYDE LEAVITT    100 DISPOSAL OE LOGGING SLASH IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, BY R. E.

BENEDICT    101

FOREST REGIONS O: BRITISH COLUMBIA    102

DOUGLAS FIR COAST REGION    103

NORTHERN COAST REGION    104

INTERIOR WET BELT REGION    '   106

YELLOW PINE REGION    107

ROCKY MOUNTAIN AND PLATEAU REGION    108

FRASER BASIN REGION    110

NORTHERN INTERIOR REGION    111

SUMMARY OF' TIMBER AREAS    111

MOST IMPORTANT FOREST PROBLEM    112

GOVERNMENT FOREST POLICY    114

TIMBER SALES AND RAILWAY PERMITS    114

SLASH DISPOSAL ON TIMBER LEASES AND LICENSES    115

LETTER OF FOREST BRANCH TO OPERATORS    115

REMOVAL OF SLASH TO REDUCE FIRE HAZARD    117

REPORTS ON FIRE DANGERS    117

FIRE IN INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS    118

INSPECTIONS BY DISTRICT FORESTERS    120

CRANBROOK DISTRICT, BY J. D. GILMOUR    121

VERNON DISTRICT, BY L. R. ANDREWS    123

KAMLOOPS DISTRICT, BY P. Z. CAVERHILL    125

TETE JAUNE DISTRICT, BY C. MACFAYDEN    127

SUPPLEMENTARY, BY H. B. MURRAY    129 BRUSH DISPosAI. IN THE RAILWAY BELT OP BRITISH COLUMBIA,

BY D. ROY CAMERON    129

ALBERTA, BY W. N. MILLAR    132

SASKATCHEWAN, BY G. A. GUTCHES    135

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