Acts of the Parliament of the Dominion of Canada, Volumes 1 à 2

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Brown Chamberlin, Law Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1908

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An Act respecting the Montreal Ottawa and Georgian Bay Canal Company
189
CHAP PAGE 53 An Act to amend The Post Office Act
449
An Act to authorize the construction of a branch line of the Prince Edward Island Railway from Harmony on the Souris branch to Elmira
451
An Act to amend The Prisons and Reformatories Act in so far as the same affects the Province of Nova Scotia
453
An Act respecting Proprietary or Patent Medicines
457
An Act respecting the National Battlefields at Quebec
463
An Act respecting the National Battlefields at Quebec
467
An Act respecting the Quebec Bridge and Railway Company
471
An Act to amend chapter 38 of the statutes of 1907 in amendment of The Railway Act
473
An Act to amend The Railway Act with respect to Telegraphs and Telephones and the jurisdiction of the Board of Railway Commissioners
475
An Act to amend The Railway Act as respects the constitution of the Board of Railway Commissioners
483
An Act to authorize the granting of Subsidies in aid of the construc tion of the lines of Railway therein mentioned
487
An Act to amend The Canada Shipping Act
499
An Act to amend The Canada Shipping Act
501
An Act respecting Signal Dues at Halifax
513
An Act to amend The Act relating to Ocean Steamship Subsidies
519
An Act respecting the Salary of the Superintendent of Insurance
521
An Act to amend The Supreme Court Act
523
An Act to amend The Canada Temperance Act
525
CHAP PAGE 72 An Act to amend The Timber Marking Act
531
An Act to restrain the use of Tobacco by young persons
533
An Act to amend The Windingup Act
537
An Act to amend The Windingup Act
539
An Act to amend The Yukon Act
541
An Act to amend The Yukon Placer Mining Act
545
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An Act to incorporate the Alberta and Brazeau River Railway
5
way Company 17
17
An Act respecting the Atlantic Quebec and Western Railway
23
An Act respecting the British Yukon Railway Company 29
29
An Act to incorporate the Canada Weather Insurance Company 35
35
CHAP PAGE 92 An Act respecting the Canadian Northern Railway Company 39
39
An Act respecting the Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Com pany 41
41
An Act respecting the Canadian Northern Quebec Railway Com pany 43
43
An Act respecting the Canadian Pacific Railway Company 45
45
An Act to amend chapter 92 of the statutes of 1901 respecting the Canadian Patriotic Fund Association 47
47
An Act for the relief of Catherine Ann Cannon 49
49
An Act to incorporate the Womans Auxiliary to the Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada 51
51
An Act respecting the Crown Life Insurance Company 55
55
An Act respecting the Cumberland Railway and Coal Company 63
63
An Act respecting the Dominion Atlantic Railway Company 109
109
An Act for the relief of Edith Maud Rosario Gammell 137
137
An Act for the relief of Edith May Gilmore 141
141
An Act respecting the Grand Trunk Pacific Branch Lines Company 147
147
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Company 159
159
An Act to authorize the issue of Government annuities for Old Age 165
165
An Act respecting the office of the Auditor General 171
171
An Act to amend The Bills of Exchange Act 177
177
An Act respecting the Macleod Cardston and Montana Railway
179
An Act respecting certain aid for the extension of the Canadian
183
An Act respecting certain Patents of the Metal Shingle and Siding
185
An Act to repeal The Canned Goods Act 189
189
change its name to The National Union Insurance Company 191
191
An Act respecting the New Brunswick Southern Railway Company 193
193
An Act respecting the Niagara Grand Island Bridge Company 197
197
An Act respecting the Niagara St Catharines and Toronto Rail way Company 199
199
An Act respecting the Nipissing Central Railway Company 201
201
An Act to incorporate the North Empire Fire Insurance Company 203
203
An Act respecting the merger of the Northern Bank and the Crown Bank of Canada under the name of The Northern Crown Bank 207
207
An Act to incorporate the Northern Empire Railway Company 211
211
An Act respecting the Occidental Fire Insurance Company 213
213
An Act respecting the Ottawa Brockville and St Lawrence Rail way Company 219
219
An Act respecting the Owen Sound and Meaford Railway Company 221
221
An Act respecting the Pacific and Atlantic Railway Company 223
223
An Act respecting the Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Company 225
225
An Act for the relief of Ada Katurah Stewart Paulding 231
231
An Act respecting the Phænix Assurance Company Limited 233
233
An Act respecting the Pontiac Central Railway Company 235
235
An Act respecting the Board of the Presbyterian College Halifax 237
237
An Act respecting the Ministers Widows and Orphans Fund of the Presbyterian Church of Canada 239
239
An Act respecting the Quebec Railway Light and Power Company 243
243
An Act respecting the St Clair and Erie Ship Canal Company 249
249
An Act to incorporate the Shuswap and Thompson Rivers Boom
257
An Act respecting a certain patent of William B Smith 263
263
An Act to incorporate the Standard Accident and Guarantee Com
269
An Act to incorporate the Standard Plate Glass Insurance
279
An Act for the relief of Arthur James Townsend 285
285
An Act to incorporate the Bank of Vancouver 293
293
An Act for the relief of Andrew Walker 299
299
An Act respecting the Windsor Chatham and London Railway
305

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Page 527 - vote, resolution, address, or bill for the appropriation of any part of the public revenue of the territory, or of any tax or impost, to any purpose that has not been first recommended to Council by message of the Commissioner, in the session in which such vote, resolution, address, or bill is proposed.
Page xix - persons charged with or convicted of the crimes hereinafter enumerated, and being fugitives from justice, should, under certain circumstances, be reciprocally delivered up; their said Majesties have named as their plenipotentiaries to conclude a treaty for this purpose, that is to say:— And whereas a treaty was concluded on the
Page xii - Pardo, his Minister for Foreign Relations; who after having exhibited to each other their respective full powers and found them in good and due form, have agreed upon the following articles:— ARTICLE I. The high contracting parties engage to deliver up to each other, in accordance with the
Page xxiii - 1870 to 1906, it was amongst other things enacted that, where an arrangement has been made with any foreign State with respect to the surrender to such State of any fugitive criminals, His Majesty may, by order in council, direct that the said Acts shall apply in the case of such foreign State; and that
Page xv - foreign possessions of His Britannic Majesty, so far as the laws in such colonies and foreign possessions allow. The requisition for the surrender of a fugitive criminal who has taken refuge in any of such colonies or foreign possessions shall be made to the governor or chief authority of such colony or
Page 7 - subsequent order, limit the operation of the order and restrict the same to fugitive criminals who are in or suspected of being in the part of His Majesty's dominions specified in the order, and render the operation thereof subject to such conditions, exceptions, and qualifications as may be deemed expedient; And whereas a treaty was concluded on the
Page xii - according to the laws of the high contracting parties, are extradition offences and are punishable by not less than one year's imprisonment. The extradition is also to be granted for participation in any of the aforesaid crimes, provided such participation be punishable by the laws of both contracting parties. Extradition
Page 512 - and also all barrels, cases, boxes, packages, and other receptacles of any kind whatever containing the same before me to be disposed of and dealt with according to law. Given under my hand and seal at in the said district (or county, or united counties, or as the case

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