Sessional Papers, Volume 39, Part 9

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Page 8 - The several Provinces shall retain all their respective Public Property not otherwise disposed of in this Act, subject to the Right of Canada to assume any Lands or Public Property required for Fortifications or for the Defence of the Country.
Page 229 - Township (as the case may be) and that I have not received and will not receive any payment or reward, or promise of such, for the exercise of any partiality or malversation or other undue execution of the said office...
Page 165 - ... said parties of the second part, and the parties of the second...
Page 5 - to consider the existing methods of dealing with idiots and epileptics, and with imbecile, feeble-minded, or defective persons not certified under the Lunacy Laws ; and in view of the hardship or danger resulting to such persons and the community from insufficient provision for their care, training, and control, to report as to the amendments in the law...
Page 346 - Officer, no person not having paid all taxes due by him, no innkeeper or saloon-keeper, and no person having by himself or his partner an interest in any contract with or on behalf of the corporation, shall be qualified to be a member of the Council of any Municipal Corporation...
Page 4 - ... requiring them to give evidence on oath, orally or in writing (or on solemn affirmation if they...
Page 243 - In view of the increasing importance of science to the nation at large, your committee desire to call the attention of the Council to the fact that in the corresponding societies the British Association has gathered in the various centres represented by these societies practically all the scientific activity of the provinces. The number of members and associates at present on the list of the corresponding societies approaches...
Page 5 - Her experience in this connection led in 1898 to the setting-up of the Lancashire and Cheshire Society for the Permanent Care of the Feeble-Minded...
Page 4 - Province or the conduct of any part of the public business thereof or the administration of Justice therein, and such inquiry is not regulated by any special law, the...
Page 227 - I have the honor to call your attention to the arrangement of April, 1817, between the United States and Great Britain (US Stat.

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