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Reformatories :

Are under Provincial control, 92 (6).

Representation in Parliament !
The number of Members from each Province prescribed,

37.- - May be proportionately increased, 52.
To be re-adjusted after each decennial census,

51.

erred Bills :
Parliament of Canada ; Governor General may reserve
Bills for the signification of the Queen's pleasure, 55.

-Such Bills have no force unless, within 2 years,
the Assent of the Queen in Council is announced, 57.
Provincial Legislatures; Lieut.-Governor may reserve

Bills, 55, 90. -Not to have force, unless assented to
within one year thereafter, 57, 90.

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Royal Assent to Bills :
Parliament of Canada : May, be declared by the

Governor General, in his discretion, 55.-Copies
thereof to be sent to England; May be disallowed
within 2 years, 56.
Provincial Legislatures : May be declared by the Lieut.-

Governor, 55, 90. ----May be disallowed by Governor
General in Council within one year, 56, 90.

Rupert's Land :

Admission of, into the Union, 146.

Sable Island :

Under exclusive control of Parliament, 91 (9).

Salaries :
Of Lieut.-Governors, 60. -Of Public Officers of the

Dominion, 91 (8). --Of Provincial Officers, 92 (4).--Of
Judges, 100. -Of Governor General, 105.

Savings Banks :

Under exclusive control of Parliament, 91 (16).

Soul (Great) of the Prorinces :
Those of Upper and Lower Canada to be used, until

altered by Lieut.-Governor in Council (Ontario and
Quebec), 136.

Seat

Seat of Government :
Of Canada ; To be Ottawa, until otherwise directed by

the Queen, 16.
Of each Province ; To be as herein named, until other-

wise directed by the Provincial Executive, 68.

Seeretary and Registar, Provincial :
Has a seat in the Executive Council (Ontario and Que-

bec), 63. - Appointed during pleasure, by the Lieut.-
Governor, 135.-His duties and functions, 134, 135.

Senate :
To consist of 72 Members, 21.–24 to be selected from

Ontario, and 24 from Quebec, and 24 from the Mari.
time Provinces, 22.---(with four additional from
Newfoundland, when admitted, 147). -Provision for
a proportionate increase of 3, or 6, 26.—No further
appointments to be made until the Members are
reduced to the normal number, 27.- The number of
Senators never to exceed 78, 28.-Or S2 after admis.

sion of Newfoundland, 147.
Qualification of Senators, 23.
Mode of summoning qualified persons to the Senate,

24, 25.
Any (heretofore) Legislative Councillor offered place

in the Senate, must decide within thirty days, 127.
Oath of allegiance, and declaration of qualification, 128.

(Schedule 5.)
A Senator holds his seat for life, 29. —But may resign

the same, 30. Or it may become vacant, for certain
causes defined, 31.
Vacancies to be filled up by the Governor General, 32.
Questions respecting qualification, or vazancy, to be de.

cided by the Senate, 33.
Speaker to be appointed, from time to time, by the

Governor General, from among the Senators, 34.
Fifteen Senators to constitute a Quorum, 35.
Questions to be decided by a majority of voices, includ.

ing the Speaker; When the voices are equal, the

decision is deemed to be in the Negative, 36.
Senators are disqualified from sitting in the House of

Commons, 39.
Separate Schools :--Sec Educution.
Shipping :

Under exclusive control of Parliament, 91 (10).
Short Title of Act, 1.

Solicitor

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Solicitor General (Quebec):
Has a geat in the Executive Council, 63. - Appointed

during pleasure, by the Lieut.-Governor, 135. -His

functions and duties, 134, 135.
Speaker of House of Commons (or of Legislative Assembly):
To be elected at first sitting, 44.–And as often as a

vacancy may occur, 45. Applied to L. Assembly.
To preside at all meetings of the House (Commons), 46,

-(L. mbly), 87.
In case of absence for 48 hours, a Speaker pro tem. may

be elected (Commons), 47.-(L. Assembly), 87.
May vote only when the voices are equal (Commons),

49.-(L. Assembly), 87.
Speaker of Legislative Council (Quebec) :
Appointed from time to time (from among the Members)

by the Lieut.-Governor, 77.---Has a seat in the

Executive Council, 63.
Votes as a Member only (when the voices are equal, the

decision being deemed to be in the Negative), 79.
Speaker of Senate :
To be appointed from time to time, by the Governor

General, from among the Senators, 31.
Votes as a Senator only (when the voices are equal, the

decision being deemed to be in the Negative) 36.
Steam-Ships:
International and Inter-colonial Lines of Steamers, are

under control of Parliament, 92 (10 a, b).
Supply :-See Money Votes.
Tavern Licences :
Such as are issued for Provincial or Municipal purposes,

are under Provincial Control, 92 (9).
Taxation :
Bills for imposing any tax must originate in the Com-

mons, 53.-Or the Legislative Assembly, 90. Being
first recommended by the Governor General, 54. --Or

the Lieut.-Governor, 90.
The raising of money by any system of taxation, is under

exclusive control of Parliament, 91. (3).
Direct taxation within a Province, for Provincial piir-

poses, is under Provincial control, 92 (2).
Public Property of Canada, not liable to taxation, 125.
Telegraph Lincs :
Such as connect two Province, or extend beyond the

limits of a Province, are un ler control of Parliament,
92 (10, a). See also 92 (10, c).

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Timber, Public :

Is under Provincial control, 92 (5).

Townships :

May be constituted, by Proclamation (Quebec), 144.

Trade and Commerce :

Under exclusive control of Parliament, 91, (2).

Treason :

Disqualifies a Senator, 31 (4).
Treasurer of the Province :
Has a seat in the Executive Council (Ontario and

Quebec), 63. -Appointed, during pleasure, by the
Lieut.-Governor, 134. His duties and functions,
134, 135.

Uniformity of Laws : -See Property and Ciril Rights.

Union of the Provinces :
To take effect within 6 months, on a day to be appointed

by the Queen in ('ouncil, and to be declared by Pro-

clamation, 3.
Canada” to be the name of the new Dominion there-
by constituted, 4.- -Divided into 4 Provinces, 5.

--Limits of each defined, 6, 7.

Vacancies :
In the Senate ; By resignation, 30. -Through some dis-

qualifying cause, 31.- -Questions relating thereto to
be dealt with by the Senate, 33.-Vacancy to be filled

up by the Governor General, 32.
In the House of Commons; Issue of writs in respect

thereof, 43.
In the office of Speaker ; New election to be had (Com.

mons), 45.--(I.. Assembly), 87.
In the Legislative Council (Quebec), 74.- -Questions
relating thereto to be dealt with by the L. Council, 76.

-Vacancy to be filled up by the Lieut.-Governor,
75.

Weights and Measures :

Under exclusive control of Parliament, 91 (17).

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