3 edition of Index of subjects to the report of the Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic in Canada found in the catalog.
Index of subjects to the report of the Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic in Canada
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royal commission on transport. This had been set up to review the Act but its work was pre-empted by a bill introduced by Lord Cecil which proposed road safety measures. A select committee was then convened but it was unable to agree on Cecil’s ideas and the task of drafting a bill was passed to the Minister of Transport. REPORT F 4  As a result of this denial of access to records, the Applicant formally requested a Review by this office in accordance with section 49 of FOIP on Janu
Argus, 31 December , and summary of report on sly-grogging released by Chief Secretary Bowser, Argus, 20 November Report of the Royal Commission into the Sale, Supply, Disposal or Consumption of Liquor in the State of Victoria, , Part II, pp. 14– See however Ballarat Courier, 21 November A Letter to Robert Wissett, Esq. on the Subject of Licen sing and Regulations for Public-Houses and Liquor Shops (). Letters on Public-House Licensing: Shewing the Errors of the Present System together with a Proposal for their Cure.
The “Royal Commission” of may have been the first to invoke the monarchy, but it was not the first probe into corruption in Montreal, nor even the first of the century. Inquiries in , , , and had been attempted, ignored, abandoned, aborted, and . The United States government only interferes with the traffic to tax it for revenue, and to regulate the sale of liquor to Indians, to soldiers, etc. The liquor traffic is subject—whether in the form of manufacture, wholesale or retail trade—to a uniform tax of 25 dollars (£5) per .
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Get this from a library. Index of subjects to the report of the Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic in Canada: index to report of Commission, index to report of Rev.
McLeod, index to appendices to report. [Canada. Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic.;]. Canada. Privy Council Office. Canada. Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic in Canada.
Title: Report of the Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic in Canada. Publication type: Monograph: Language [English] Format: Electronic: Electronic document: View (PDF, MB). View (PDF, MB). Get this from a library. The facts of the case: a summary of the most important evidence and argument presented in the report of the Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic.
[F S Spence; Canada. Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic.; Dominion Alliance for the Total Suppression of the Liquor Traffic.]. Full text of "Report of the Royal commission on the liquor traffic in Canada" See other formats. Report, with minutes of evidence, of the Royal Commission on the liquor traffic in Canada.
The Facts of the case [microform]: a summary of the most important evidence and argument presented in the Report of the Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic by Spence, F. (Francis Stephens), ; Dominion Alliance for the Total Suppression of the Liquor Traffic.
Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic in Canada: Report of the Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic in Canada: Joseph Hickson: Herbert Stone McDonald, Edward F.
Clarke, George Auguste Gigault and Rev. Joseph McLeod: This report is. The survey on the issue of alcohol as a social problem, conducted by the Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic among the clergy of all important religious denominations in Canada, provides interesting information in support of this hypothesis.
Out of more than questionnaires sent, the Commission received replies. Booze is a history of Canadian drink and drinking from the European conquest to the present. Filled with photographs, ads, and cartoons, this multifaceted story features the liquor traffic, alcohol in Native communities, the law and prohibition, public drunkenness, the workingman's club, bootlegging, alcoholism, and a wide array of watering holes.
Royal Commission on Chinese Immigration, The Royal Commission on Chinese Immigration was appointed to obtain proof that restricting Chinese immigration to Canada was in the best interest of the country. Approximat Chinese labourers came to Canada in the s to work on the western section of the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia.
The Dominion Alliance for the Total Suppression of the Liquor Traffic was an organization established in in Canada that lobbied for prohibition of alcohol. Membership was largely Protestant and Anglophone. The Dominion Alliance faced passive resistance from politicians concerned about the views of their constituents, particularly in Quebec, but had some success at the local level.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP; French: Gendarmerie royale du Canada (GRC), lit. 'Royal Gendarmerie of Canada'; colloquially known as the "Mounties", and internally as the "Force") is the federal and national police service of Canada, providing law enforcement at the federal level.
The RCMP also provides provincial policing in eight of Canada's provinces (all except Ontario and Quebec. The sale of liquor in New Zealand: report / of the Royal Commission of Inquiry.
HV N4 N The effects of Nordic alcohol policies: what happens to drinking and harm when alcohol controls change. / edited by Robin Room. Royal Commission on Customs and Excise, Report of the Royal Commission on the Liquor Traffic in Canada, pp.
i-iv, 6 Rudin, Ronald, The Forgotten Quebecers: A History of English-Speaking Quebec, pp. The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) was a Canadian Royal Commission established in to address many issues of Aboriginal status that had come to light with recent events such as the Oka Crisis and the Meech Lake commission culminated in a final report of 4, pages, published in The original report "set out a year agenda for implementing.
Railway costing in Canada became a highly scrutinized and sophisticated subject due in large part to the deliberations of the MacPherson Royal Commission commencing in The Royal Commission’s investigation into problems facing the Canadian transportation system placed a heavy emphasis on costs and costing methods.
The recommendations of. Traffic Advisory Committee Report [7/] Royal Commission into causes of Bush Fires [9/ pt] Royal Commission on Bush Fires. (Papers comprise copies of the Report, information relating to the Royal Commission and the notice of appointment of the Royal Commission.) [4/] Government housing schemes [7/] Praise “Canadian Cultural Studies marks an important publication With contributions from media studies, literary studies, cultural studies, Aboriginal studies, and studies of multiculturalism, as well as government policy documents and a concerted effort to bridge the divide between Quebec and the rest of Canada, this reader does a great job of covering its ground.
The Mount Erebus disaster occurred on 28 November when Air New Zealand Flight (TE) flew into Mount Erebus on Ross Island, Antarctica, killing all passengers and 20 crew on board. Air New Zealand had been operating scheduled Antarctic sightseeing flights between and This flight was supposed to leave Auckland Airport in the morning and spend a few hours flying over.
Moving the mail: Canada's postal service in the 's. (Report of the Standing Committee on Consumer and Corporate Affairs and Government Operations). Ottawa: Queen's Printer. Canada. Report of the Royal Commission on Government Organization.
Ottawa: Queen's Printer. Osborne, B. The history of Canada covers the period from the arrival of the Paleo-Indians thousands of years ago to the present day.
Prior to European colonization, the lands encompassing present-day Canada were inhabited for millennia by Indigenous peoples, with distinct trade networks, spiritual beliefs, and styles of social of these older civilizations had long faded by the time of.The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) was a Canadian Royal Commission established in to address many issues of aboriginal status that had come to light with recent events such as the Oka Crisis and the Meech Lake commission culminated in a final report of pages, published in  The original report "set out a year agenda for implementing changes.".Ottawa September Official report of proceedings and discussions together with various memoranda relating to the conference and the report of the Royal Commission on Industrial Relations.
Proceedings and discussions reported by the official reporters of the Senate of Canada. Issued by the Department of Labour of Canada ()[Leather.