General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada and of the Sessional Papers, ...: Printed by Order of Parliament

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Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1880
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Page 246 - Act respecting the duties of Justices of the Peace out of sessions in relation to summary convictions and orders," or as it has since come to be called The Summary Convictions Act (now part XV.
Page 341 - ... shall be deemed to be valid, and to have been valid as from the date at which the royal assent was given thereto by the governor-general of the Dominion of Canada. 3. This act may be cited as " The Parliament of Canada Act, 1875.
Page 522 - Certified copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honorable the Privy Council, approved by His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the 6th January, 1890.
Page 118 - Vic. ch. 27,) passed an act to make temporary provision for the election of members to serve in the House of Commons, which regulates the present election ; the important sections are the following : Sec.
Page 431 - Senate resumed the consideration of the motion for the appointment of a committee to inquire into the expediency of requiring the establishment of a competent office of discount and deposite within the city of Washington.
Page 246 - Acts in force respecting the duties of Justices of the Peace out of Sessions in relation to persons charged with indictable offences...
Page 487 - An act to carry into effect the provisions of the treaty between the United States and Great Britain, signed in the city of Washington the 8th day of May, 1871, relating to the fisheries.
Page 89 - An Act respecting Procedure in Criminal Cases, and other matters relating; to Criminal Law...
Page 78 - That this House, while desirous of obtaining for the Dominion the freest access to the markets of the world, and thus augmenting and extending its prosperity, is satisfied that this object can be best obtained by the concurrent action of the Imperial and Canadian Governments, and that any attempt to enter into a treaty with a foreign power, without the strong and direct support of the Mother Country...

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