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A Bill passed by the House of Assembly of the province of Lower-Canada

A Bill passed by the House of Assembly of the province of Lower-Canada

and brought up on Thursday the 14th March, 1807, for the concurrence of the Legislative Council, intituled "An acte to regulate the trial of controverted elections or returns of members to serve in the House of Assembly of Lower Canada.

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Published by Printed by P.E. Desbarats, ... in Quebec .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Québec (Province). -- National Assembly -- Contested elections.,
  • Election law -- Quebec (Province).

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBill passé par la Chambre d"assemblée de la province du Bas-Canada.
    ContributionsLower Canada.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (25 fr.).
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21760255M
    ISBN 100665505981

      1st Session () 37th Parliament. 6th Session () 5th Session () 4th Session ) 3rd Session () 2nd Session () 1st Session () 38th Parliament. 5th Session () 4th Session () 3rd Session () 2nd Session () 1st Session () 39th Parliament. 5th Session () 4th Session () 3rd Session ()   British North America Act, - Enactment no. 1. Table of Contents; Next Page; British North America Act, , Vict., c. 3 (U.K.) and the Part which formerly constituted the Province of Lower Canada shall constitute the Province of Quebec. Where a Bill passed by the Houses of the Parliament is presented to the Governor General

      That at a Session of the Legislature of Lower Canada, holden at the city of Quebec, in the said province, in the months of September and October, , the Governor of the said province, in compliance with His Majesty's commands, recommended to the attention of the House of Assembly thereof, the estimates for the current year, and also the   Concerning measures to reduce a patient's costs of prescription insulin drugs, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation. Prescription insulin drugs - day supply - cost-sharing cap - appropriation. Effective January 1, , the act caps the cost sharing a covered person is required to pay for prescription insulin drugs at $

    Legislators who supported and pushed for the SOGIE equality bill post for a picture as it was approved on 3rd and final reading. Screengrab from House livestream. MANILA, Philippines – A little The Act of Union was passed by the British Parliament in July It was proclaimed on 10 February in Montreal. It created the Province of Canada by uniting the colonies of Canada West (formerly Upper Canada) and Canada East (formerly Lower Canada) into one government.(See also: Act of Union: Timeline; Act of Union: Editorial.)


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