Canada Year Book

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1889 - Canada
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Page 365 - Brunswick. 97. Until the Laws relative to Property and Civil Rights in Ontario, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, and the Procedure of the Courts in those Provinces, are made uniform, the Judges of the Courts of those Provinces appointed by the Governor General shall be selected from the respective Bars of those Provinces.
Page 365 - Provinces, are made uniform, the Judges of the Courts of those Provinces appointed by the Governor General shall be selected from the respective Bars of those Provinces. 98. The Judges of the Courts of Quebec, shall be selected from the Bar of that Province.
Page 461 - On all iron or steel bars or rods of whatever shape or section which are cold rolled, cold drawn, cold hammered, or polished in any way in addition to the ordinary process of hot rolling or hammering, there shall be paid...
Page 5 - There are large auriferous deposits, as well as silver, iron, graphite, ochre, brick and pottery clay, mica, gypsum, lime and sandstone, " while the petroleum area is so extensive as to justify the belief that eventually it will supply the larger part of this continent...
Page 317 - SYNOPSIS OF FISHERY LAWS. Net fishing of any kind is prohibited in public waters, except under leases or licenses. The size of nets is regulated so as to prevent the killing of young fish. Nets cannot be set or seines used so as to bar channels or bays. A general weekly close-time is provided, in addition to special close seasons. The use of explosive...
Page 28 - Commons ment. are denned by the Parliament of Canada, but they must not exceed those enjoyed by the members of the Imperial House of Commons at the time of the passing of the British North America Act in 1867.
Page 407 - The pre-emption right entitles the homesteader, who Pre-empobtains entry for a pre-emption, to purchase the land so preempted on becoming entitled to his homestead patent ; but should the homesteader fail to fulfil the homestead conditions, or to pay for such pre-emption within six months after he becomes entitled to claim a patent for his homestead, he forfeits all claim to his pre-emption. 650. Every assignment...
Page 24 - Dollars over and above his Debts and Liabilities: (5) He shall be resident in the Province for which he is appointed: (6) In the case of Quebec he shall have his Real Property Qualification in the Electoral Division for which he is appointed, or shall be resident in that Division.
Page 1 - It is bounded on the north by the Arctic Ocean, on the west by the Arctic Ocean...
Page 102 - ... expenditures of the Australasian Colonies are very high, the chief explanation of which is that " a considerable revenue is derived from " the usufruct of the unsold lands, which is not generally the " case elsewhere ; the revenues also are swelled by the large " sums which are received annually from the alienation of " Crown Lands, and from the working of the State railways...

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