Legislative Expedients and Devices Adopted by the Dominion and the Provinces. by Canada. Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations.

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SeriesAppendices (Canada. Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations) -- 8
ContributionsGouin, L.M., Claxton, B.
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Legislative expedients and devices adopted by the Dominion and the Provinces. Ottawa: J.O. Patenaude, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leon Mercier Gouin; Brooke Claxton.

British North America at confederation / by D.G. Creighton -- appendix 4. National income / by D.C. MacGregor [et al.] -- appendix 5. Labour legislation and social services in the Province of Quebec / by Esdras Minville -- appendix 6.

Public assistance and social insurance / by A.E. Grauer -- appendix 7. Labour Legislation and Social Services in the Province of Quebec; Appendix 6: Grauer, A. E., Public Assistance and Social Insurance; Appendix 7: Corry, J. A., Difficulties of Divided Jurisdiction; Appendix 8: Gouin, L.

and Clax-ton, Brooke, Legislative Expedients and Devices adopted by the Dominion and the Provinces. Summary.

Introduction: the problem, the Commission, provincial attitudes, — Historical and constitutional background, — Depression and provincial griAuthor: J.

Maxwell. Leon Mercier Gouin has written: 'Legislative expedients and devices adopted by the Dominion and the provinces' -- subject(s): Provinces, Federal government, Legislative power What is present and. A Popular History of the Dominion of Canada: From the Discovery of America to the Present Time, Including a History of the Provinces of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, British Columbia, and Manitoba, of the North-West Territory, and of the Island of Newfoundland.

Dominion and the provinces will co-operate or By such a device, provincial regula- Dominion legislation. Moreover, the Dominion would scarcely in practice occupy the whole field of regulation, even if it had the power, but legisla- tion could be adopted to meet different needs in different areas, or as experience warranted.

device of enabling legislation. The Dominion would pass a statute in general terms and the provinces would pass enabling acts which provided that any provisions of the Dominion act which might be ultra vires were declared to have the force of law in the province.* The validity of the device of.

Figure 4 displays the Legislative Expedients and Devices Adopted by the Dominion and the Provinces. book of the four original provinces to which are added depictions of the seals of Manitoba and Prince Edward Island, and the device adopted by British Columbia in The arrangement is: 1st row, Ontario and Quebec, 2nd row, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Manitoba; 3d row, British Columbia and Prince Edward Island.

The pictures that follow relate to granted arms that have received subsequent augmentations and to devices freely adopted by provinces or that came into use after being proposed by various heraldic amateurs.

Many combinations were used to identify provinces at one time or another. See also Legislative Expedients and Devices Adopted by the Dominion and the Provinces by Gouin, Leon Mercier and Claxton, Brooke (Ottawa, ), Chap. III, “Grants in Aid for Objects not Under Dominion Jurisdiction”; and the evidence given by Varcoe, F.

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