The Canada Year Book

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Census and Statistics Office, 1908 - Canada
 

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Contents

NORTHWEST PROVINCES LXXVII Population by districts 1906 and 1901
161
Sex conjugal state birthplace and ages of the people in 1906 162163
162
Number and population of cities towns villages townships etc in 1901 and 1906
164
Population of cities towns and incorporated villages in 1906
165
as classed in 1906 165166
166
Farms in the provinces in 1906 and 1901
167
Horses horned cattle sheep and swine in the provinces in 1906 and 1901
168
Field crops of 1900 1905 and 1906 169170
170
EASTERN PROVINCES LXXXVI Farm land cleared in all crops and in orchard and garden in On tario Quebec and the Maritime Provinces in 1907 ...
171
Barley rye and buckwheat in Ontario Quebec and the Maritime Provinces in 1907 and 1901
172
Peas potatoes and roots in Ontario Quebec and the Maritime Pro vinces in 1907 and 1901
173
Areas of field crops per 100 acres of occupied farm land in Ontario Quebec and the Maritime Provinces in 1907 and 1901
174
XOVI Exports of Canada to Britain United States and other countries
178
XOVII Imports of Canada by values entered for consumption from Britain
186
OVII Imports of Canada from other countries in quantities and values
294
Imports of Canada from all countries in quantities and values
314
Summary of imports from Great Britain United States and other
337
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
342
oxxII Receipts of Canada on consolidated fund account also surplus
348
Summary expenditure on consolidated fund account 18681907 355362
355
Accounting for increase of debt in the fiscal years 18681907 363366
363
INLAND REVENUE
370
BANKS AND BANKING
376
ducts 147148 1
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