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accordingly presented accordingly read Act respecting Address be presented appointed Bank Bill to amend Bill was accordingly British Columbia Brunswick Cartier Clerk do carry Commissioners contract Day being read defray expenses dollars be granted Dominion Government Dominion of Canada duty Election Electoral District ending 30th June engines Esquire Excellency the Governor followeth Halifax Holton Honorable Sir Francis Honorable Sir George Honorable the Privy House of Commons humble Address hundred dollars Intercolonial Railway intituled Langevin leave to bring Mackenzie Majesty Manitoba McDougall Member Messieurs Militia pension Montreal motion Nova Scotia Ottawa Parliament of Canada Privy Council Province of Manitoba Province of Quebec Question being put read a second read the third received and read reported resumed the Chair Ross second reading Select Standing Committee Senate Sessional Papers Sir Francis Hincks Soulanges Speaker resumed spent therein sum not exceeding tender Terrebonne thousand dollars Tilley Tupper Victoria Walsh Whole House
Page 50 - It shall not be lawful for the House of Commons to adopt or pass any Vote, Resolution, Address, or Bill for the Appropriation of any Part of the Public Revenue, or of any Tax or Impost, to any Purpose that has not been first recommended to that House by Message of the Governor General in the Session in which such Vote, Resolution, Address, or Bill is proposed.
Page 183 - The Government of the Dominion undertake to secure the commencement simultaneously, within two years from the date of the Union, of the construction of a Railway from the Pacific towards the Rocky Mountains, and from such point as may be selected, east of the Rocky Mountains, towards the Pacific, to connect the seaboard of British Columbia with the railway system of Canada, and further, to secure the completion of such Railway within ten years from the date of the Union.
Page 137 - Territory, or either of them, into the Union, on such Terms and Conditions in each Case as are in the Addresses expressed and as the Queen thinks fit to approve, subject to the Provisions of this Act ; and the Provisions of any Order in Council in that Behalf shall have effect as if they had been enacted by the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
Page 294 - The Parliament of Canada may from time to time establish new Provinces in any territories forming for the time being part of the Dominion of Canada, but not included in any Province thereof, and may, at the time of such establishment, make provision for the constitution and administration of any such Province, and for the passing of laws for the peace, order and good government...
Page 172 - ... from and after the union, be imported from one of those provinces into the other of them on proof of payment of the customs duty leviable thereon in the province of exportation, and on payment of such further amount (if any) of customs duty as is leviable thereon in the province of importation.
Page 167 - To THE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. Most Gracious Sovereign, WE, your Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects the Senate...
Page 170 - Certified to be a true copy of a Minute of a Meeting of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by His Excellency the Governor General on the $th February, 1946.
Page 184 - The person issuing writs under this section shall have the like powers as are possessed at the Union by the officers charged with the issuing...
Page 155 - ... of Canada may, from time to time, establish new Provinces in any territories form'ing for the time being part of the Dominion of Canada, but not included in any Province thereof, and may, at the time of such establishment, make provision for the constitution and administration of any such Province, and for the passing of laws for the peace, order, and good government of such Province, and for its representation in the said Parliament.
Page 169 - ... pre-emption right, or by Crown grant, within the limits of the tract of land in British Columbia, to be so conveyed to the Dominion Government, shall be made good to the Dominion from contiguous public lands; and, provided further, that until the commencement, within two years, as aforesaid, from the date of the union, of the construction of the said railway, the Government of British Columbia shall not sell or alienate any further portions of the public lands of British Columbia in any other...