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published: 19th April 1918


people: Chambers

locations: Atlantic

organizations: Canada

There is no longer an Immigration Branch of the Department of the Interior, Government of Canada, 'but the Canadian Parliament, have now organised the Department 8f Immigration and Colonization, in which the Chief Officer, Mr. Obed Smith, on this side of the Atlantic, will be hereafter desingated as "Commissioner of Emigration for Canada." A useful booklet has recent y been published by the Agricultural Organi ization Society explaining how to form and work an Allotment Society, and containing specimen rulings of a simple form of account book, model bye-laws, and many useful hints in the management of societies. A set of leaflets dealing with the advantages of co- operative land-renting and registration, and descriptive of the work of societies, can be obtained on application. Model rules for socie- ties, both for those desiring to register under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act and for those which prefer to remain unregistered, as well as for the formation of Federations, are availabie for the asking from Queen Anne's Chambers, Tothill-street, London, S.W.I.