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COMMISSION OF CONSERVATION

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Crown lands, inflammable debris thereon    89

Crown timber agents, referred to    81, 216, 234, 253, 256

duties of    256

Crowsnest, B.C., cost of brush disposal in    255

Crowsnest River valley, forest study in    243

best spruce forests originally occurred in    244

Crow river, Ont., referred to    171

Cultivated lands, fire-guarding of    54

Cumberland Railway and Coal Co    11, 14

information re fire situation on    40

Cut-over lands, transfer to Dominion Government suggested    168

Cutting, regulations, referred to    263

 

DAMAGE claims, no jurisdiction by Board    65

Dangerous condition of settlers' lands in Ontario    68

Data obtained by actual measurement    198

Dauphin, permits issued by timber office at, referred to    267

Debris, requirements of regulations re disposal of    231

Deer river, watershed of    104, 105

Deer river, referred to    171

Decrease in number of trees per acre as stands grow older    217

Dense stands of Douglas fir, causes of    225

Denver, Colorado, district forester at, statement by    152

Department of Indian Affairs, clearing of debris by    50

disposal of slashings in Shawanaga reserve, Ont., by    90

Department of Interior, referred to    231

action re future timber supply in west    236

annual reports of, referred to    234

erection of, in 1873, referred to    256
Department of Lands, Forests and Mines, Ontario, clearing up in Algonquin

park    50

co-operative work in Algonquin park    89

Depressed lumber market conditions of British Columbia    229

Designating trees to be felled    265

Destructive bark borers in unburned refuse    163

Destructive forest insects    165

Detailed information collected by British Columbia Branch, referred to   85

Detailed statement of Burleigh-Methuen area, Ont    166
Diameter classes and the average proportion, burned once (table IB) ...176, 177 Diameter classes and the average proportion, burned twice (table IIA) ..180, 181 Diameter classes and the average proportion, burned three times (table IIIB) 185 Diameter classes and the average proportion, burned many times (table IVB) 189

Diameter limit of 10 inches at stump, provision for    262

Difficulty of control of cutting    268

Disastrous effect of repeated fires    224

Discontinued disposing of timber under license system    232

Diseased trees, removal of under settlers' permits    241

Disposal of Dominion timber    259
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