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LIQUOR TRAFFIC-

cases reviewed, 359, et seq.
power of provincial legislature to prohibit, 366-72

“ LITERARY THEORY"-See DivISION OF POWER

LOWER CANADA--See QUEBEC, PRE-CONFEDERATION PROVINCES

M.

MANITOBA-

historical sketch as to admission, 549-53

MARRIAGE, 407, 459 (see ENGLAND, LAW OF)

MILITARY MATTERS–See COLONIAL LEGISLATIVE POWER

supreme command of militia in the Queen, 259
committed to Dominion parliament, 378-9

MONEY VOTES-See APPROPRIATION AND TAX BILLS

MORTMAIN ACTS-See ENGLAND, LAW OF-COMPANIES

MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS, 439.45

N.

NATURALIZATION AND ALIENS, 406

cases in British Columbia, 616

NEW BRUNSWICK-
legislative and executive authority in, continued by B. N. A. Act

50, 52, 313, 338
early constitution of, 27-See PRE-CONFEDERATION PROVINCES
introduction of English law into, 92-4-See ENGLAND, LAW OF

NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES-

admission of, to Canada, historical sketch, 549, et seq.
constitutional changes, 555
present constitution, 562, et seq.
representation in parliament of Canada, 271, 283
legislative supremacy of parliament of Canada over, 183, 347, 551-5
introduction of English law into, 581-See ENGLAND, LAW OF

NOVA SCOTIA-

early constitution of,'26, 40—See PRE-CONFEDERATION PROVINCES
introduction of English law into, 77-92—See ENGLAND, LAW OF
legislative and executive authority in, continued by B. N. A. Act,

50, 52, 313, 338

NUISANCES-

power of provincial legislature to prohibit, etc., 361, 373, 487

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OFFICES AND OFFICERS-
federal, power of Dominion parliament over, 380

Governor-General in relation to, 165, 166, et seq.

provincial legislature to tax, 380, 436
provincial, power of provincial legislatures over, 435

can provincial officers be appointed to execute Dominion

legislation ? 436

ONTARIO-
legislature,'324-329

constitution, 324

membership, 328
executive council, 310
introduction of English law into, 94-128—See ENGLAND, LAW OF

(See PRE-CONFEDERATION PROVINCES)

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P.

PARLIAMENT-

no special significance attached to term, 261

PARLIAMENT, SUPREMACY OF-

Dicey on the, 16
principle fully operative in Canada, 22, 174 (n)

(See LEGISLATIVE POWER)
PARLIAMENT OF CANADA--(See note at beginning of this Index)
constitution of, 260, et seq.

cannot alter its own, 281, 422-3
summoning of, etc., 165, 168-70

(See House of Commons, SENATE)

PARLIAMENT OF CANADA-Continued.
legislative power of, 204, 343, 420—(See note at beginning of Index)
may legislate as parliamentary procedure, 280–-See COLONIAL

Laws VALIDITY Act
limited power of legislation as to "privileges," 264-See Privi-

LEGES
limited to general legislation, 211, 351, 392, 464, 483
private bills, 352–See COMPANIES
residuum with, 344-5, 462, 485
“ peace, order and good government,” 347, 484

over N. W. Territories, 183, 347, 554-5
disallowance of Acts of --See DISALLOWANCE

PARLIAMENT OF UNITED KINGDOM-See IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE-See COLONIAL Laws VALIDITY ACT,

PRIVILEGES

PENAL LAWS OF PROVINCES, 478, et seq.-

diversity of nomenclature, 474
provincial legislature full power over procedure, 471-4
how distinguished from "criminal” law, 479
power to pass a general law, 481
appropriation of fines, 482
remission of penalties, etc., 482

POLICE MAGISTRATES--

power to appoint, 238—See JUDICIAL SYSTEM

“ POLICE” POWERS, 487

POWER OF APPROPRIATION-See APPROPRIATION

POWER, DIVISION OF-See Division OF POWER

PRE-CONFEDERATION PROVINCES-
Maritime provinces,

Nova Scotia, 26, 40
Prince Edward Island, 27
New Brunswick, 27
Cape Breton, 27

general treatment, 28, et seq., 40
Quebec, 27
(Old) Canada, 28, 34

general treatment, 34, 41
commissions of early governors, 26-32
government by prerogative in, 30--See PREROGATIVES
assemblies in, 26, et seq.

their functions, legislative, 30

PRE-CONFEDERATION PROVINCES-Continued.

responsible government" in, growth of, 29-40

(See APPROPRIATION, POWER OF -EXHCUTIVE RESPOXSIBILITY)
type of organization in, 47
what became of their constitutions, 43, et seq.
continuation of executive authority, 48-51, 318

legislative authority, 52, 338
division of assets, etc., 52-3, 516, et seq.

laws of England in--See ENGLAND, LAWS OF
PREROGATIVES OF THE CROWN-See chapter VI.

in connection with early government of colonies, 30
extent of operation in colonies, 137, et seq.
same rule applies to lex prerogativu as to other branches of

English law, 139
effect of establishment of representative assembly in colonies, 30,

140, 242
power of colonial legislature over, 35, 139, 253

no power over certain, 253
one executive magistrate, the British idea, 130

invested by the common law with “prerogatives," 131, 134
limited by the common law, 134
no power to alter law, 131
protected in exercise of, by being a branch of parliament, 31,

132, 145
parliament may legislate as to, 132, 134, 135, 137, 253

secured control of, through power over finances, 31
express words or irresistible inference required to take away, 142
classification of, 134-6
in Canada, under B. N. A. Act, 142, 253
disallowance of colonial Acts, 14.5-9 - See DISALLOWANCE
commissions of Oyer and Terminer, 259
Queen's Counsel case, 143 (n), 317
escheats, 528
royalties, 529-30

PRESUMPTION-
in favor of validity, 217

(See LEGISLATIVE Power, EXECUTIVE RESPONSIBILITY)

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND-

early constitution, 27-See Pre-CONFEDERATION PROVINCES
admission of, to Union, 617

PRIVATE BILLS-See PARLIAMENT OF CANADA
PRIVILEGES-
of parliament of Canada, 261, et seq.

B. N. A. Act amended, 262

PRIVILEGES-Continued.

legislative power in relation to, limited, 264

(See PARLIAMENT OF CANADA)
of provincial legislatures, 326, et seq.
legislative power in relation to, plenary, 326-7

(See COLONIAL LAWS. VALIDITY ACT)
PRIVY COUNCIL FOR CANADA-

constitution of, 50-1, 255

appointment of members, 167, 255
PROCEDURE-See JUDICIAL SYSTEM, CRIMINAL LAW, PENAL LAW, etc.
PROHIBITION-See LIQUOR TRAFFIC
PROVINCIAL CONSTITUTIONS, 300-343
executive power, 300-324-Sec EXECUTIVE AUTHORITY

Lieutenant-GovernorgSee LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR
Executive Council -See EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, CABINET
“executive power case

(Ont.), 305-6
legislative power-See PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURES
range of, determines range of executive, 199, 305--See LEGISLA-

TIVE POWER
provincial autonomy, 301

(See ONTARIO, QUEBEC, etc.)
PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURES--See note at beginning of this Index

disallowance of Acts of --See D18ALLOWANCE
powers of, 205, 420-512-See B. N. A. Act, COLONIAL LEGISLATIVE

POWER
as to prerogatives—See PREROGATIVES
as to "privileges," etc.-See PRIVILEGES, COLONIAL Laws VALIDITY

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to alter constitution, 420, et seq.

as to elections –See ELECTIONS
duration of, 336
speaker, quorum, voting-See these titles

(See Ontario, QUEBEC, Etc.)
PROVINCIAL OFFICES-See OFFICES and OFFICERS

PUBLIC HARBOURS, 530

PUBLIC LANDS-

Indian reserves, 404
provincial legislative power, 437
assigned to provinces, 518, 528

Manitoba, 595, 601
British Columbia, 610

Prince Edward Island, 621
exempt from taxation, 524, 531

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