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Inventory of timber supplies of British Columbia, referred to    83

Inverness Railway and Coal Co.'s railway    15

Investigation by J. C. Blumer    75

into cost of top-lopping by Ellwood \Vilson and D. \V. Lusk   140

of Forest Resources    75

Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa railway    11, 13

comes under Board's jurisdiction    88

 

JACK CREEK, referred to    171, 182

James Bay and Eastern railway    11

James river, district burned over    243

Jasper park, referred to    1, 242, 259

Jocko limits, statement re brush disposal on    139

Jurisdiction, division of, in control of forests    80

of Board of Railway Commissioners over railways    1, 3, la

 

KAMLOOPS, B.C., country near, referred to    247

crown timber agent at, referred to    81, 216, 234, 253

disposal of timber at, referred to    260

district inspector at    259

regulations governing yearly licenses    260

Kamloops district, report on    125

broadcast burning on    125

brush piled but not burned on    127

details of cost of broadcast burning    126

Kananaskis River valley, area largely burned    243

Kasshabog lake, referred to    171, 172

groups of pine in area west of    175

Keewatin, early regulations governing permits in    266

Kelowna district, B.C., irrigated lands under fruit in    123

Kent Northern railway    15

Kettle valley, forest growth restriction    102

considerable merchantable timber in    108

Kettle Valley railway    11, 12, 20

construction of, referred to    123

excellent results secured on    38

Klondike Mines railway    11, 12

Koch, Elers, United States Forest Service, report by    147

article by, referred to    163

Kootenay and Alberta railway    11, 12

Kootenay lakes, pine on slopes surrounding    106

Kootenay valley, forest growth restriction    102

considerable merchantable timber occurs    108

 

LACK of technical supervision    82

Lake Erie and Northern railway    11, 13

Lake Huron and Northern Ontario railway    14

Lake States, experience of, referred to    273
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