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CONTENTS—Continued

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RECOMMENDATIONS    205

AGRICULTURAL POSSIBILITIES    205

MARKET GARDENS AND SWAMPS    206

REACHING THE MARKETS    207

FOREST POLICY SHOULD BE DEVISED    207

PLANS FOR CONTROL OF AREA    208

RE-PLANTING OF PINE NECESSARY    209

FOREST EXPERIMENTAL STATION    210

PART V. THE REPRODUCTION OF COMMERCIAL SPECIES IN_ THE SOUTHERN COASTAL FORESTS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, BY C. D.

HOWE, P H.D    212

OBJECT OF THE WORK AND CONCLUSIONS    212

NATURE OF THE INVESTIGATIONS    213

MATURE FORESTS    214

YOUNG FORESTS    217

DOUGLAS FIR PREDOMINANT    218

HEMLOCK PREDOMINANT    219

CEDARS ARE SHORT-LIVED    220

EFFECT OF VARIOUS AGENCIES UPON FOREST REPRODUCTION   221

LOGGING WITHOUT BURNING    221

LOGGING WITH BURNING    222

UNDER-VEGETATION    226

RECOMMENDATIONS    228

PART VI. FORESTRY ON DOMINION LANDS, BY J. H. WHITE, M.A., B.SC.F   231

INTRODUCTION    231

DOMINION FORESTS    232

DOMINION LANDS    232

FOREST REGIONS    233

LUMBERING INDUSTRY    234

FOREST CONDITIONS ON DOMINION LANDS IN MANITOBA   236

TIMBER BERTHS    236

FOREST RESERVES    236

RIDING Mou NTAIN RESERVE    237

OTHER RESERVES    238

SUGGESTED MANAGEMENT    239

FOREST CONDITIONS ON DOMINION LANDS IN SASKATCHEWAN   239

TIMBER BERTHS    240

FOREST RESERVES    240

FOREST CONDITIONS ON DOMINION LANDS IN ALBERTA    241

TIMBER BERTHS    241

ROCKY MOUNTAINS FOREST RESERVE   242

LESSER SLAVE LAKE RESERVE    245

FOREST CONDITIONS ON DOMINION LANDS IN BRITISH

COLUMBIA    246

THE RAILWAY BELT    246

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