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PUBLIC WORKS AND PROPERTY-

certain, assigned to Dominion, 518, 530-1
remainder reserved to provinces, 521
exempt from taxation, 524, 531

Q.

QUALIFICATION-See the various offices

QUEBEC
legislature, 329, et seq.
legislative council-

constitution of, 329

qualification, vacancies, etc., 330-1
legislative assembly, 331
executive council, 310

QUEBEC RESOLUTIONS, 1864--See Appendix

indicate a federal union, 45
how far may they be utilized, 45, 219
as to re-distribution, 295

QUEEN, THE-
executive head throughout the Empire, 130, 252, 304

in Canada, 248, 252, 304
dual position occupied by, 250
commander-in-chief, 289
a branch of the parliament of Canada, 261

provincial legislatures, 306, 325, 341
QUEEN'S COUNSEL-143 (14), 317
QUORUM-

Senate of Canada, 279
House of Commons, 293
Quebec legislative council, 331
Ontario and Quebec legislative assemblies, 337

R.

RAILWAYS-See CoJPINY

RE-DISTRIBUTION-

of representation in parliament of Canada, 294
Quebec resolutions, 29.3

RE-DISTRIBUTION-Continued.

different from defining electoral districts, 297
parliament of Canada full control of both, 297-8

RESERVED BILLS, 149, 298, 300

REPUGNANCY--
of colonial Acts to Imperial, 58, 379

(See COLONIAL LAWS. VALIDITY Act)
of ordinances of North-West assembly to Dominion legislation,

570, 582

RESIDUUM OF POWER-See also DIVISION OF POWER-

Canadian and United States systems contrasted, 44
expression criticized, 45

(See PARLIAMENT OF CANADA)

RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT-See EXECUTIVE RESPONSIBILITY

REVENUE-

power to appropriate-See APPROPRIATION
provisions of B. N. A. Act, 516, et seq.

ROYALTIES, 518, 529-30

RULE OF LAW-
common to both British and United States systems, 12, 14

(See PARLIAMENT, SUPREMACY OF)

S.

SEATS OF GOVERNMENT-

of Dominion, 260
of provinces, 323

SENATE OF CANADA, 268.81

compared with House of Lords and United States, 268-70
no judicial functions, 270

except as to status of senators, 278
no executive functions, 270
has failed to answer the end of its creation, 270-1
principle of equal representation in, abandoned, 271

Ontario, Quebec and Maritime provinces, 272,

peculiar provision as to Quebec, 271
qualification of senators, 273
summons to senators, 274

SENATE OF CANADA-Continued.
possible addition to, of six members, 275

provision practically effete, 276
number of senators, 276

no maximum, 277
tenure of office, 259, 277
vacating of seat in, 277

question determined by senate, 378
speaker, quorum, voting-See these titles
senators ineligible for election to Commons, 283

SEPARATE SCHOOLS, 489, et seq.

remedial legislation by parliament of Canada, 495, 508

SOVEREIGN-See QUEEN, Crown, PREROGATIVES

SPEAKER-

of senate of Canada, 279
of Quebec executive council, 330
of House of Commons, 291
position compared with that of, in England and United States,

292
deputy speaker, 293
of provincial assemblies, 337

STATUTES-See Index to Statutes, p. XV

SUPREMACY OF LAW-See RULE OF LAW

SUPREME COURT OF CANADA, 514, 516

provincial legislature no power to limit appeals to, 516

SWITZERLAND-

droit administratif in, 14

T.

TAXATION -

colonial system, 35, et seq.
result of, 37

(See APPROPRIATION.)
powers of Dominion and provincial legislatures limited to purposes

of those governments respectively, 377
parliament of Canada, 376

provincial legislatures, 424
public lands and property exempt from, 524, 531

(See Direct Taxation.)

TENURE OF OFFICE-See APPROPRIATION, POWER OF, OFFICES

TERRITORIAL OPERATION OF STATUTES -

of Imperial parliament, 7, 185
of colonial legislatures, 185, et seq.

TERRITORIAL REVENUES-

assigned to provinces, 518, 528

TREATY OBLIGATIONS-
parliament of Canada may legislate for performing, 538

power limited by reason of Imperial legislation, 538-9

U.

UNIFORMITY
provision for future, in laws of Ontario, Nova Scotia and New

Brunswick, 511

UNITED STATES-

constitution of, compared with British and Canadian, 5, 20
distribution of legislative power in, as compared with Canada, 44-18

220-1
power of congress to determine line of division, 9
how far decisions in courts of, may be utilized, 220-2

(See British CoNsTITUTION, FEDERALISM)

UNITARIAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT, 13 -

v. federal, 44, 444

V.

VALIDITY-
presumption in favor of, 217

a principle of interpretation, 217

VOTERS-See ELECTIONS

VOTING-.

in senate of Canada, 281
in House of Commons, 293
Quebec legislative council, 331
provincial assemb.ies, 337

VETO-See DISALLOWANCE

W.

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION FOR INJURIES ACT-

how far federal railway subject to provisions of, 458

Y.

YEARLY SESSIONS-

parliament of Canada, 267
Ontario and Quebec, 337
New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, 337

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