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Index to private acts of the Legislature of Nova Scotia, from 1851 to 1896

Nova Scotia.

Index to private acts of the Legislature of Nova Scotia, from 1851 to 1896

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Published by Commissioner of Public Works and Mines in Halifax, N.S .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law -- Nova Scotia -- Indexes.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreIndexes.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Digital series = CIHM/ICMH collection numérisée -- no. 9_03557
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21761637M
    ISBN 10065903557X
    OCLC/WorldCa163291150

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Index to private acts of the Legislature of Nova Scotia, from 1851 to 1896 by Nova Scotia. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The print indexes to the local and private acts are found in the loose-leaf Statutes of Nova Scotia. This online version mirrors the print with separate indexes covering specific date ranges.

When new private or local acts are passed, they are added to the loose-leaf index. Local and private acts.

Get this from a library. Index to private acts of the Legislature of Nova Scotia, from to [Nova Scotia.]. An Act Respecting the Revised Statutes of Nova Scotia; Schedule A: Acts or parts of Acts repealed; Schedule B: Acts or parts of Acts consolidated; chapters 1 to 88) Volume 2 (chapters 89 to ; reprinted Acts; index to private and local acts) Revised Statutes Volume 1 (chapters 1 to ) Volume 2 (chapters to ).

§March A census was carried out in Great Britain §March A railroad from Halifax to Quebec authorized §Jul The Eighteenth Assembly of the Nova Scotia Legislature, first convened inwas Dissolved §Aug Election Date §September 1: First postage stamps went on sale in Nova Scotia §An act to incorporate the Nova Scotia Electric Telegraph Co.

Full text of "The Private and Local Acts of Nova-Scotia" See other formats. Canada Legal Research Guide: Legislation. Table of Private Acts of Canada [print] Index to Federal and Ontario Statutes [print] edition. Federal Code [Office of the Legislative Counsel, Nova Scotia] Current.

Statutes of Nova Scotia [print]   Nova Scotia Film Development Corporation Act (see Film and Creative Industries Nova Scotia Act) Nova Scotia Housing Commission and Certain Lands thereof Situate at Sackville in the County of Halifax, An Act Relating to a Subdivision of Lands of the (, c.

7) (not consolidated) Nova Scotia Jobs Fund Act; Nova Scotia Museum Act; Nova Scotia. Regulations Listed by Act: This page lists Acts in alphabetical order - linked to a list of active regulations under each Act. Only Acts that have regulations made under them are listed.

The Nova Scotia regulation number ("N.S. Reg.") of the regulations, or of the most recent amendment to the regulations, is listed beneath the regulation title. RNSHS VIRTUAL PLAQUE SERIES: REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT, 1 REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT COMES TO NOVA SCOTIA IN The year marked the th anniversary of the achievement in Nova Scotia of “representa- tive government,” i.e.

the creation of an elected legislative assembly, a first in what is now known as. The private and local acts of Nova-Scotia. Hard Copy / Amicus C.O.P. - Online Copy / Canadiana: Digitization. Preservation. Access CIHM no.: 9_ Index to Private acts of the Legislature of Nova Scotia [ ] Hard Copy / Amicus C.O.P.

- Online Copy / To Canadiana. Canada. Legislature. Legislative Council. Journals v. ; Journals ; Canada. Legislature. Legislative Assembly. Debates Carleton University Library (paper). Mirror of Parliament (Canadian) ; b. Mirror of Parliament ; c. Mirror of Parliament (Thompson's) Material from (b) and (c), The Quebec Chronicle, The Globe, The Colonist, The Ottawa Times.

Housing Act Housing Nova Scotia Act Municipal Elections Act Municipal Government Act Municipal Grants Act Oil Refineries and L.N.G. Plants Municipal Taxation Act Property Valuation Services Corporation Act Region of Windsor and West Hants Municipality Act: Private Acts To view a list of regulations made under an Act, click on the name of the Act.

Welcome to the business centre for the Nova Scotia Legislature. This section holds debates and transcripts, bills and statutes, committee meetings, and more.

Find historic or legislative current documents, videos and audio files. Province House is the Index to private acts of the Legislature of Nova Scotia of the House of Assembly, Nova Scotia's elected legislative assembly.

In andthere were significant official celebrations in Nova Scotia and Canada to mark the th and th anniversary of the birth of parliamentary democracy (i.e., representative government) in Canada, which started in Nova Scotia. The first event was marked by the creation of the Architectural style: Palladian.

Laws of Nova Scotia. Under the Canadian constitution, the power to enact laws for the Province of Nova Scotia is divided between the federal Parliament of Canada (the Queen, the Senate and the House of Commons) and the provincial Legislature of Nova Scotia.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nova Scotia. Private and local acts of Nova-Scotia. Halifax, N.S.: R. Nugent, (OCoLC) Document Type. - Buy The Private and Local Acts of Nova Scotia: Prepared by William Young [Et Al.] () book online at best prices in india on Read The Private and Local Acts of Nova Scotia: Prepared by William Young [Et Al.] () book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Nova Scotia private acts; and, Private acts. Includes index. Reproduction Notes. By the Kedar there were twenty-one passengers; but consisting entirely of persons returning to Nova Scotia, and others who had been invited by their friends, requiring no assistance from this office.

By the Europa, there were ten-respectable people sent out by Miss Coutts, all of whom soon obtained employment, and are now comfortably situated. A QUEENS COUNTY FAMILY INDEX Pre Listings With Shelburne & Lunenburg County Listings By Muriel M.

Farquhar Davidson The following genealogical listings have been found in many and varied sources, church records, newspapers and census, all verified by at least one other source.

The area is centered around Liverpool, Nova Scotia, and are printed with family members listed together. The Ladies Golf Association of Nova Scotia Act, An Act to Dissolve The Ladies Golf Association of Nova Scotia and to Repeal Chapter of the Acts of Proclamation, S.

4, S.N.S.c. 51 / 9 Municipal Government Act, An Act to Amend Chapter 18 of the Acts of   First Session of the 63 rd General Assembly of the Nova Scotia Legislature Speech from the Throne The following is the Speech from the Throne read today, Sept. 21,by Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc at the opening of the first session of the 63 rd General Assembly of Nova Scotia.

1 William S. Learned, Education in the Maritime Provinces of Canada (New York, ), p. 2 John Lenhart, “The Capuchins in Acadia and Northern Maine,” Records of the American Historical Society of Philadelphia xxvii (), pp.cited by Patrick Wilfred Thibeau, Education in Nova Scotia before (Washington, ), pp.

; Omer Le Gresley, L’Enseignement du français. Each General Assembly of the legislature of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada, consists of one or more sessions and comes to an end upon dissolution (or constitutionally by the effluxion of time — approximately five years) and an ensuing generalthe unicameral legislature is made up of two elements: the Lieutenant Governor and a legislative assembly called the House of Houses: Council (), Legislative Council (.

The Legislative Council of Nova Scotia was the upper house of the legislature of the Canadian province of Nova existed from to From the establishment of responsible government inmembers were appointed by the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia on the advice of the PremierType: Upper house of the General Assembly of Nova Scotia.

1st General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between October 2,and December 4,its membership being set in the Nova Scotia general election. (Previously there was the Nova Scotia Council.).

The Assembly sat at the pleasure of the Governor of Nova Scotia, Charles Lawrence. Robert Sanderson was elected speaker for the first session, William Nesbitt for the.

The Nova Scotia House of Assembly (French: Chambre d'assemblée de la Nouvelle-Écosse), or Legislative Assembly, is the deliberative assembly of the General Assembly of Nova Scotia of the province of Nova Scotia, assembly is the oldest in Canada, having first sat inand in was the site of the first responsible government in the British Leader: Geoff MacLellan, Liberal, since June.

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Full text of "The Revised Statutes of Nova Scotia" See other formats. §Jan 22nd: The Eighteenth Assembly of the Nova Scotia Legislature convened.

§French Revolution of (See write up in connection with bio. on Frederic Bastiat.) §Advances In Arms: The rifles and Minie Balls: "The precursor to the Minie ball was created in by the French Army captains Montgomery and Henri-Gustave Delvigne. Their design. The double-sided desk shown in the photograph is still used by the Private Secretary at the viceregal residence.

The Lieutenant Governor now uses a desk formerly utilized by The Honourable Robert Stanfield (17th Premier of Nova Scotia.) Government House is truly a treasure for Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia, Canada History and Genealogy. Nova Scotia is almost entirely surrounded by the sea. The sea affects almost every aspect of Nova Scotia, from the climate and economy to recreation. Entire book online, provides information on Churches, Ministers, Physicians, and more. Notes of a Twenty-Five Years Service in the Hudson's Bay.

Easily the most comprehensive sourcebook on Nova Scotia immigrants ever published, and a great tool for New England ancestral research, whether the ancestor's. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

History of Nova Scotia in Canada History: Cradle of Canadian Parliamentary Government. Inunder the Treaty of Utrecht, France ceded Nova Scotia to England but kept Île Royale (Cape Breton Island) and Île Saint-Jean (Prince Edward Island).The following year, a small British garrison was established at Port-Royal, Nova Scotia, now renamed Annapolis Royal.

The Symbols of the Office of Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia include the Great Seal. Authorized inthe Great Seal of Nova Scotia was the first of its kind in Canada. The purpose of the seal is to manifest the authority of the Crown at the provincial level and permits documents to be ‘signed and sealed’ at Halifax.

Key Events in the History of Nova Scotia: §The suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act was renewed, and it continued till Further government suppression came in the form of the Treasonable Practices Act and the Seditious Meetings Act.

[Backward In Time ()]. §Feb 3rd: The Sixteenth Assembly of the Nova Scotia Legislature convened. §March 30th: Thomas Chandler Haliburton appointed to the bench. §May 12th: First officials of the City of Halifax elected.

§June 6th: Census in Great Britain: The first useful census is the census as this was the first time that actual names were recorded. §June 14th: The first parliament of the united. §March The opening of the Nova Scotia Legislature; Charles Tupper, then the Premier of Nova Scotia, was just back from London where the Confederation Bill had been passed by the Imperial Parliament.

§June The Twenty-Second Assembly of the Nova Scotia Legislature, first convened inwas dissolved. §Flogging, except in times of war, was abolished in Great Britain. The primary responsibility of the Lieutenant Governor is to act as the Crown's representative and Chief Executive Officer of the Province of Nova Scotia.

The Lieutenant Governor is, therefore, role of the Sovereign, and the offices of Governor General, and Lieutenant Governor are fixed in the Canadian Constitution.

No changes can be made without the unanimous. Nova Scotia Immigrants toVol. I. Browse this collection. OR.To EmigrantsTradesmen and Laborers Wanted in the Province of Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia is the nearest part of the American continent to Europe: about miles distant from Ireland, and probably miles nearer than the sections of the United States now open for settlement.The Nova Scotia general election was held from 8 June to 15 June to elect members of the 29th House of Assembly of the Province of Nova Scotia, was won by the Liberal l elections:.