British North America Acts and Selected Statutes: (together with Pre-Confederation Statutes and Documents, a Short Historical Review, a Chapter on Responsible Government and a Chapter on the Years Preceding Confederation; Together Also with Many Acts and Orders in Council Relating to Canada and Its Provinces; to which Has Been Added the Letters Patent Constituting the Office of Governor General of Canada Together with the Commission and Instructions, Also the Form of Commission of an Instructions to the Lieutenant-Governors. Abundant Notes Accompany All These Statutes and Documents), 1867-1962

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R. Duhamel, Queen's printer, 1962 - Canada - 662 pages


The British North America Act 1886 c 35 Representation of Territories
The Canadian Speaker Appointment of Deputy Act 1895 c 3
The British North America Act 1916 c 19 Extension of twelfth Parliament
The British North America Act 1916 c 19 Extension of twelfth Parliament
The British North America Act 1946 c 63 Readjustment of representation
The British North America Act No 2 1949 c 81 Amendment of the Constitution
The British North America Act 1951 c 32 Old Age Pensions
The Statute of Westminster
The Statute of Westminster 1931 c 4
The British North America Act 1960 c 2 Tenure of Office of Judges
Her Majestys Order in Council admitting Ruperts Land and the Northwest
Her Majestys Order in Council admitting British Columbia
Her Majestys Order in Council admitting Prince Edward Island
Her Majestys Order in Council annexing Islands and Territories
Acts of Canada Relating to Provincial Matters
The Manitoba Act 1870 c 3
Memorandum on law in federal matters in Manitoba prior to 1888
The Alberta Act 1905 c 3
The Saskatchewan Act 1905 c 42
The P E I Subsidy Act 1912 c 42
Statute Law Amendment Newfoundland Act 1949 c 6
An Act to bring the Criminal Code and the Canada Evidence Act into force
The DominionProvincial Taxation Agreement Act 1942 c 13
The DominionProvincial Tax Rental Agreements Act 1947 c 58
as to keep together all amendments to the British North America Act 1867 The same
The DominionProvincial Tax Rental Agreements Act 1947 Amendment Act 1949
The FederalProvincial TaxSharing Arrangements Act 1956 c 29
The FederalProvincial Tax Sharing Arrangements Act 1956 Amendment Act
The Manitoba Boundaries Extension Act 1912 c 32
The AlbertaBritish Columbia Boundary Act 1932 c 5
The AlbertaBritish Columbia Boundary Act 1955 c 24

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