Federalism, Finance, and Social Legislation in Canada, Australia, and the United States

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agricultural colleges, federal grants for, in U.S.A., 14-15, 17.
Alberta, province of, medical care in, 253-4.
Alexander F., Moving Frontiers, 205.
Altmeyer, A. J., 281, 284.
America, see United States.
American Association for Labour Legislation, 282.
American Civil War: and federal revenues, 9-11; effect on Southern claims, 121, 240-1.
American Legislators' Association, 24, 39-42; and seeCouncil of State Governments.
American Medical Association, 16-17, 282-5.
Anderson, W. O., 282.
Australasian Federal Convention, Official record of the Debates of, 82.
Australia: division of revenue sources, 80-86; financial settlement, of 1910, 98-100; Financial Agreement of 1928, 112-17; income tax, 117-19, 169-71, 244, 254-62, 288; Uniform Tax Plan, 117-19, 254-62, 288; difficulties of poorer states, 126-38, 144-6; special grants to poorer states, 146; constitutional amendment of 1946, 158, 234-6; social legislation, 205-37, 261-7; Constitutional Convention of 1942, 227-8.
Australia--Commonwealth legislation:
Hospital Benefits Act, 1945, 231-3.
Income Tax Acts, 1942, 118.
National Health and Pensions Act, 1938, 223-4, 237.
National Health Service Act: 1948, 261-5; 1949, 265-6.
National Insurance Act, 1928, 237.
Pharmaceutical Benefits Act, 1944, 154-8, 230-1, 234-5.
Surplus Revenue Act: 1908, 206; 1910, 100.
Tuberculosis Act, 1945, 231-3.
Unemployment and Sickness Benefits Act, 1944, 230-1.
Australia--constitutional cases:
Att.-General for Victoria v. Commonwealth, 154-8.
British Medical Association in Australia v. Commonwealth, 265.
Commonwealth v. McKay, 176.
Moran v. Deputy Federal Commissioner of Taxation for N.S.W., 169.
N.S.W. v. Commonwealth, 100, 206.
South Australia v. Commonwealth, 155, 170.
Victoria v. Commonwealth, 169.
Australian Constitution, Report of the Royal Commission on, 99, 113.
Australian Loan Council, 114.
Bailey, K. H., 117, 119.
Bank of Canada, 190-1.
Beard C. A.: An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States, 8; American Government and Politics, 178-9.
Beloff, M., 151, 291, 293.
Bennett, R. B., 184-6.
Better Terms for Canadian provinces, 61-66.
Bland F. A., Government in Australia, 208.
blind persons, aid to: in U.S.A., 34- 36, 43; in Canada, 204, 253.
Bolles A. S., Financial History of the United States, 1774- 1881, 10.
Book of the States, 23, 24, 39-42.
Boulder Dam, in U.S.A., 25.
Braddon Clause, of Australian Constitution, 83-98passim.
Brigden, J. B., 129.
British Columbia, province of:
financial position in 1874, 61-62;
Dominion subsidies to, 64-66;
claim for compensation, 124; negotiations over Tax Rental Agreement, 247; medical care in, 253-4.
British Medical Association in Australia, 265, 267.
British North America Act of 1867, see Canada.
Brown, George, 45-46.

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