Table of the provincial statutes in force, or which have been in force in Upper Canada: in their chronological order, shewing which of them, or what parts of any of them, are now in force, and by what subsequent acts they have been amended, continued, repealed or otherwise affected. With a continuation of the Index to the statutes in force, &c. to the end of the session of 1856

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Printed by S. Derbishire & G. Desbarats, law printer to the Queen, 1856 - Law - 147 pages
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Page 97 - LXXXV.—FIREMEN, municipalities may exempt fromstatute labour and juries. See also 13, 14 V. c. 55, s. 5, as amended by 14, 15 V. c. 65, exempting firemen of regular companies from serving as jurors.
Page 26 - OF DEATH, dispensed with in certain cases. See also 4, 5 V. c. 24, ss.
Page 90 - Section 87 is repealed by 16 V. c. 177, s. 29, and other provision made.
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