Tag: Section 94

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Property and Civil Rights”, 9th Parl, 2nd Sess (12 March 1902)

Document Information Date: 1902-03-12 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 9th Parl, 2nd Sess, 1902 at 1067-1107. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Why Is There No Text? This document has not yet been transcribed. Help us out by transcribing the PDF into a text file and emailing it to pd@theccf.ca. Your help will make PrimaryDocuments.ca the most complete word-searchable electronic repository of documents relating to the Canadian constitution. For more information consult our Be a Contributor page.

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Questions”, 1st Parl, 4th Sess (1 March 1871)

Document Information Date: 1871-03-01 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 1st Parl, 4th Sess, 1878 at 83. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). [Page 83] QUESTIONS Hon. Mr. SMITH (Westmorland) asked whether it is the intention of the Government to make provision for the uniformity of the laws relative to property and civil rights under the authority of the 94th clause of the British North America Act. Hon. Sir GEORGE-É. CARTIER replied Government did not intend to do more than was done the… Read more Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Questions”, 1st Parl, 4th Sess (1 March 1871)

Dominion of Canada, “PRELIMARY REPORT of Hon. J.H. GRAY on the uniformity of the Statutory Laws of the Province of Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia (1871)

Document Information Date: 1871-02-09 By: Dominion of Canada (Parliament) Citation: Dominion of Canada, Parliament, “PRELIMINARY REPORT Of Hon. J.H. GRAY on the uniformity of the Statutory Laws of the Provinces of Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia” in Sessional Papers (1871). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Why Is There No Text? This document has not yet been transcribed. Help us out by transcribing the PDF into a text file and emailing it to pd@theccf.ca. Your help will make PrimaryDocuments.ca the most complete word-searchable electronic repository of… Read more Dominion of Canada, “PRELIMARY REPORT of Hon. J.H. GRAY on the uniformity of the Statutory Laws of the Province of Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia (1871)

Dominion of Canada, “RETURN: To an Address of the HOUSE OF COMMONS, on the 28th ult. […] “To defray expenses for the Commission of making provisions for the uniformity of Laws of the Provinces;”…(1870)

Document Information Date: 1870-03-23 By: Dominion of Canada (Parliament) Citation: Dominion of Canada, Parliament, “RETURN: To an Address of the HOUSE OF COMMONS, of the 28th ult., praying that a Statement be laid before the House, shewing the sums paid from the vote of $20,000 last Session, “To defray expenses for the Commission for making provisions for the uniformity of the Laws of the Provinces;” shewing the dates of payment and to whom paid, and the nature of services rendered for such payment” in Sessional Papers (1870). Other formats: Click… Read more Dominion of Canada, “RETURN: To an Address of the HOUSE OF COMMONS, on the 28th ult. […] “To defray expenses for the Commission of making provisions for the uniformity of Laws of the Provinces;”…(1870)

Canada, House of Commons Debates, [Uniformity of Laws], 1st Parl, 2nd Sess (17 June 1869)

Document Information Date: 1869-06-17 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 1st Parl, 2nd Sess, 1869 at 847-856. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). [Page 847] After recess, Hon. Mr. Rose moved a further consideration of resolutions 18, 19 and 39, Dominion offices, Nova Scotia Dominion offices, New Brunswick Commission for making provision for the uniformity of the laws, reported from Committee of Supply. Items 18 and 19 were agreed to after Mr. Rose had given some explanations as to the employees in the… Read more Canada, House of Commons Debates, [Uniformity of Laws], 1st Parl, 2nd Sess (17 June 1869)

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Insolvency Laws”, 1st Parl, 2nd Sess (15 June 1869)

Document Information Date: 1869-06-15 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 1st Parl, 2nd Sess, 1869 at 790-798. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). [Page 790] INSOLVENCY ACT Sir John A. Macdonald moved the consideration of the amendments made in Committee of the Whole to the Bill respecting Insolvency. Mr. Geoffrion moved an amendment that the offences made criminally punishable by the Act should, in the Province of Quebec, be tried with the ordinary safeguard of trial by jury, as was provided in the… Read more Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Insolvency Laws”, 1st Parl, 2nd Sess (15 June 1869)

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Insolvency Laws”, 1st Parl, 2nd Sess (9 June 1869)

Document Information Date: 1869-06-09 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 1st Parl, 2nd Sess, 1869 at 675-692. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). [Page 675] INSOLVENCY LAWS […] Sir John A. Macdonald moved the House into Committee of the Whole on the Act respecting Insolvency. Mr. Harrison in the Chair. Hon. Mr. Abbott moved the first clause of the Bill, which provided that the Act should apply to all persons, traders as well as nontraders, except that in the case of non-traders there… Read more Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Insolvency Laws”, 1st Parl, 2nd Sess (9 June 1869)

Canada, House of Commons Debates, [Uniformity of Laws], 1st Parl, 2nd Sess (25 May 1869)

Document Information Date: 1869-05-25 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 1st Parl, 2nd Sess, 1869 at 438-439. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). [Page 438] Sir John A. Macdonald agreed with the member for Brome, and said that the Government were anxious to do what they could in this matter. It was at present under consideration. The item was concurred in, and the following items as far as “Commission for making provision for the uniformity of the laws of the Provinces,” which was… Read more Canada, House of Commons Debates, [Uniformity of Laws], 1st Parl, 2nd Sess (25 May 1869)