2 edition of Ordinances made and passed by the Governor and Legislative Council of the province of Quebec found in the catalog.
Ordinances made and passed by the Governor and Legislative Council of the province of Quebec
|Other titles||Ordonnances faites et passées par le Gouverneur et le Conseil législatif de la province de Québec.|
|Contributions||Quebec (Province). Legislative Council., Quebec (Province)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (48 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Ordinances Made and Passed by the Governor and Legislative Council of the Province of Quebec. and Now in Force in the Province of Lower-Canada. The 18th. The Governor General had the power to grant assent to bills passed by the Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council, to refuse assent, or to reserve a bill for consideration by the monarch.
If a bill was reserved, it was forwarded to London, where the government would decide if the bill should be allowed to come into force. Legislative Council of the Province by the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, or Person administering the Government there, have been absent from the said Province for the Space of four Years continually, at any Time between the Date of his succeeding to such Right and the Time of his applying for such Writ of Summons, if he shall have.
An Act for making more effectual Provision for the Government of the Province of Quebec in North America. WHEREAS his Majesty, by his Royal Proclamation bearing Date the seventh Day of October, in the third Year of his Reign, thought fit to declare the Provisions which had been made in respect to certain Countries, Territories, and Islands in America, ceded to his Majesty by the definitive.
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The Ordinances issued by the Governor are subject to approve by. A) Parliament. B) State Legislature. C) President. D) None of the above. Correct Answer: B) State Legislature. Part of solved The State Executive questions and answers: General Knowledge Indian Polity The State Executive.
The Quebec Act (French: Acte de Québec), formally known as the British North America (Quebec) Actwas an act of the Parliament of Great Britain (citation 14 Geo.
III c. 83) setting procedures of governance in the Province of act's principal components were: The province's territory was expanded to take over part of the Indian Reserve, including much of what is now.
Constitutional Act, also called Canada Act, (), in Canadian history, the act of the British Parliament that repealed certain portions of the Quebec Act ofunder which the province of Quebec had previously been governed, and provided a new constitution for the two colonies to be called Lower Canada (the future Quebec) and Upper Canada (the future Ontario), into which the territory was.
All (?) of the 'Ordinances made for the Province of Quebec since the establishment of the Civil Government' were reprinted in: Ordinances Made and Passed by the Governor and Council of the Province of Québec, and were published in two parts as Appendix E () of the Report on Canadian Archives and Appendix C () of the.
An Act for making more effectual Provision for the Government of the Province of Quebec in North America. and all and every the Ordinance and Ordinances made by the Governor and Council of Quebec for the Time being, relative to the Civil Government and Administration of Justice in the said Province, and all Commissions to Judges and other.
upper house, the legislative council, and an elected lower house, the legislative assembly. The new Province of Manitoba, created by the national Parliament inwas given an upper house.
British Columbia, which entered Canada inand Saskatchewan and Alberta, created by Parliament innever had upper houses. The Legislative Council of Quebec shall be composed of Twenty-four Members, to be appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in the Queen's Name, by Instrument under the Great Seal of Quebec, one being appointed to represent each of the Twenty-four Electoral Divisions of Lower Canada in this Act referred to, and each holding Office for the Term of his Life, unless the Legislature of Quebec.
Quebec: Printed by William Brown [in] 14 George III, c. 83 (U. ) An Act for making more effectual Provision for the Government of the Province of Quebec in North America. [Assented to 7th October, ] Preamble. annexed to the Province of Quebec. be, and they are hereby, during His Majesty's Pleasure, annexed to, and made Part and.