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COMMISSION OF CONSERVATION

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Powell river, referred to    213, 216

Power speeders, uses and limitations of    37

Power to declare inflammable material public nuisance    47

Prairie provinces, land in, referred to    232

total estimate of spruce saw-timber in    86
Present composition and average number of trees per acre on area severely

burned once (table I, )    175

burned twice (table IIs)    182

burned three times (table IIIA)    184

burned many times (table IVA)    188

Present regulations governing permits    267

Preservation of natural resources    69

Prevention and extinguishing of fires, instructions re    70

Prince Albert, Sask., referred to    240, 251

crown timber agency at    81, 234, 256

district inspector at    25<9

inventory of forest resources in district west of    75

permits issued by timber office at    267

Prince Albert Lumber Co., manager of, quoted    137

Prince Edward Island railway    15

Prince George, B.C., reference to    110

Problem of burned pineries    168

Problems resulting from slash and debris    102

Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters, referred to    163

Protection, cost of adequate    167

good degree of, cost of    203

Protection of forested watersheds    77

Protection of forests, studies in    211

Protection of watersheds    93

Protective associations, efficient work by    68

permits to burn issued by    68

Provincial Forest Board of British Columbia, referred to    117, 118

power to declare inflammable material public nuisance    117

Provincial Forester, appointment of, Nova Scotia    1

Provincial Government of Quebec, co-operation of local associations with   96

Provincial Government's regulations re reduction of fire hazard    98

Provincially-chartered railways (See also Railways not subject to Board)   74

Provision for clearing up old slashings    232

Provisions affecting lumbering, should be enforced    84

Public nuisance, power to declare inflammable material a    47

Public Utilities Commission, Quebec    20

Public Works Department of British Columbia, referred to    132

Publicity as to the value of young growth    230

Pulpwood, amount of material suitable for, small    167

amount of, on area burned twice    183

amount of, on area burned three times    186

amount of, on unburned areas    187

estimated yield per acre, on area burned once       194 306


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