Previous Forest Protection in Canada 1913-1914

 

INDEX

PACE

White, J. H., cost of investigation by    76

study of forest conditions on public domain by    80

report by, referred to    91

report on Trent Watershed by, referred to    79

White Pass and Yukon railway    10, 12

Whitford, Dr. H. N., investigation by    75

cost of study of forest resources by    76

work of, in British Columbia, referred to    84
Whole number of trees, one inch and above in diameter now present accord-

ing to the number of times burned (diagram)    191

Wider use of western coal    95

Width of agricultural plain in Alberta    233

Williscroft, Mr., opinion of re brush disposal    136

Wilson, Ellwood, Inspection on lands of Laurentide Co., by    140

\Vinegar, B. M., Forest Inspector, C.P.R., report by    67

Winnipegosis lake, sale of timber berths on    259

\Vinnipeg, Man., Crown timber agent at    81, 234, 256

lake, referred to    236, 251

permits issued by timber office at    267

\Vinnipeg river, referred to    236

forest reserve in upper waters of, advocated    93

water-power development referred to    84

Withholding from settlement of non-agricultural lands    83

Wood crop, small amount used or marketed    101

Woods, lake of the, watershed as forest reserve recommended    84

watershed of, referred to    93

Work in Saskatchewan discontinued    84

Work of propagandist of fire protection    205

Work on forest investigation in British Columbia    85

Wyman, Thomas B., Secretary-Forester, quoted    162

Wyoming, brush disposal conditions in    152

Forest Service takes charge of brush disposal    155

 

YALE, ground rent on lands situated west of    262

timber regulations for district    260

Yellowhead Pass, climatic conditions of    108

Yellow pine region, classes of timber in area    107
Yield of poplar 30 years hence on burned areas with estimates of its value

and the loss in value by repeated fires (Table XII)    200

Yoho Park Forest reserve, referred to    248

York and Carleton railway    15

Young forests of British Columbia    217
Young pine trees, one inch and above in diameter now present, according to

the number of times burned (diagram)    191
Young poplars, one inch and above in diameter. now present, according to

the number of times burned (diagram)    191

Yukon Territory, railways subject to Board in    12

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