Table of the Provincial Statutes and Ordinances in Force Or which Have Been in Force in Lower Canada, in Their Chronological Order ...

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S. Derbishire & G. Desbarats, law printer to the Queen, 1857 - Law - 184 pages
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Page 55 - CAP. 43.— ST. MAURICE RIVER, appropriation for ascertaining the practicability of erecting a Bridge over it. — Effete. 2 W. 4, c, 11, appropriated money for building the Bridge. CAP. 44, — MILITIA, appropriation for paying certain Officers of, for 1830.— Effete. CAP. 45. — EMIGRANT HOSPITAL, QUEBEC, appropriation for the support of.— Effete. CAP. 46. — GENERAL HOSPITAL, MONTREAL, appropriation for the support of.— Effete. CAP. XL VII ?— LITERARY AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Quebec, advance...
Page i - Canada, in their chronological order, showing which of them or what parts of any of them are now in force, and by what subsequent acts they have been amended, continued...
Page 1 - Table of the Provincial Statutes and Ordinances in force or which have been in force in Upper C.
Page 52 - W.4, c. 3, s. 2, extended to 1st May, 1833, by 2 W. 4, c. 7. The provisions of the Act extended to lands in free and common soccage in the counties of Two Mountains and Acadie, by 4 W.
Page 92 - The air was divided at the bottom of the slope or manway into two currents, one current for the north and the other for the south side of the mine.
Page 65 - Biidge over the. — It extended the term allowed by 1 W. 4, c. 8, s. 11, for erecting the said Bridge. — Effete. CAP. 17. — CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS at Montreal, appropriations in aid of.— Effete. CAP. XVIII.— DISTRICT OF ST. FRANCIS.— T. To be in force until 1st May, 1837, and to the end of the next Session, to which time it continued 3 G. 4, c. 17, which see, and the Acts amending it, with which it has been continued, and is now made permanent by 3, 4 V.
Page 77 - Gosforcl) proclaiming Martial Law in the District of Montreal.— 2. That of 27th February, 1838, (by Sir John Colborne) continuing Martial Law in the District of Montreal.— 3. That of 27th April, 1838, (by Sir J. Colborne) declaring that all powers derived from Martial Law, should cease from the said day. — 4. That of 16th November, 1838, (by Sir John Colborne) proclaiming Martial Law in the District of St. Francis. —5. That of 16th November, 1838, (by Sir John Colborne) extending this Ordinance...
Page 69 - Presented for the Royal Assent, 18th March, 1834 ; — Reserved ; and the Royal Assent proclaimed 7th January, 1835. — It continued 2 W.
Page 92 - Section 54 requires that, in order to entitle themselves to the benefit of this Ordinance, the Company shall complete the railroad within ten years from the passing of the Ordinance and deposit the survey-book and plan within two years from the same time, in default of either of which conditions this Ordinance is to be null and void ; — and provides also that if the railroad shall not have been commenced, or...
Page 22 - CAP. 1. — PARLIAMENT HOUSE. — 12th March, 1811. — The duties imposed by this Act for defraying the cost of the building, were to continue only until 25th March, 1813, but were continued by 52 G. 3, c. 21, to 25th March, 1814, when they expired : — the rest of the Act is Effete.— See 45 G. 3, c. 13. CAP. 2. — PARLIAMENT HOUSE. — 21st March, 1811. — It explains and corrects Cap.

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