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Proclamation of neutrality, war between Turkey and Greece-
Despatch from Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs....

ix
Proclamation...

X
Letter to the Admiralty

XV
Public Works, Orders in Council relating to the Department of...... xcii
QUARANTINE regulations-
Detention....

XX
Disinfection of luggage and methods.

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Epidemics..

xxiv
Examination..

xxiii
General provisions. .

XX
Hours of inspection, putting back, costs. .

xxi
Isolation...

xxiii
Mails at Rimouski.

xxiii
Passengers' certificates and passengers..

xxiv, xxv
Penalties..

xxviii
Pilots furnish regulations..

xxii
Quarantinable diseases.

xxi
Questions to be answered by masters, surgeons, &c., of vessele. xxix
Rags...

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Stations..

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Unorganized maritime stations.

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Unorganized inland stations.

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Vaccination...

xxii

Steam tugs

RAILWAYS and Canals, Orders in Council relating to the Depart-
ment of.......

xciii
Restigouche pilotage district, regulations respecting approved .......... lxxviii
Royal Military College rules amended.. ....

xci
SABLE and Spanish Boom and Slide Co.'s tariff of tolls amended... xcii
Sanitary regulations at Italian ports........

vii
Saskatchewan (North) River, regulations respecting placer mining lxiv
Application for grant for placer mining, form of.........

lxviii
Certificate of assignment..

lxx
Free miners' certificates...

lxviii
Grant for placer mining, form of..........

lxix
Interpretation...

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Leases.......

lxviii
Nature and size of claims....

Ixv
Sault Ste. Marie ferry regulations............

xlv
School lands, regulations respecting leases of, for grazing purposes.... lix
Secretary of State, Order in Council relating to the Department of the. xciv
Sherbrooke inland revenue division to comprise that of St. Johns..... xly
Spirits, regulations respecting bottling of.............

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Steamboat inspection, rules respecting amended........

lxxviii
Sturgeon fishing regulations for New Brunswick amended.......

lxxix
Sturgeon fishing regulations of Manitoba and N. W. T. amended..... lxxx

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Succession duty in British possessions.....
Sumas dyking lands vested in Her Majesty for the province of Bri-

tish Columbia............
Surveyors, certificate to be used by Dominion land.....
Swamp lands vested in Her Majesty for the province of Manitoba..
Swine manure, importation of prohibited....
Sydney constituted a port of entry for raw leaf tobacco..
TEMISCOUATA Railway Company, by-law and freight tariff

approved.
Timber on Indian lands, regulations respecting sale..
Tobacco for ships' stores may be exwarehoused free of excise duty
Tobacco (raw leaf) may be imported at Brandon...

Sydney.....
Turkey and Greece hostilities, proclamation of neutrality.
UPPER Ottawa Improvement Company, tariff of tolls approved ....
WEIGHBRIDGES, fees charged for verification of.
Weights and measures, rules respecting amended..
Windsor and Detroit ferry regulations.

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YUKON River, regulations respecting placer mining on the.....

Application for grant for placer mining, form of..
Certificate of the assignment of claim, form of.
Grant for placer mining, form of...
Interpretation ......
Nature and size of claims..

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ACTS

OF THE

PARLIAMENT

OF THE

DOMINION OF CANADA

PASSED IN THE SESSION HELD IN THE

SIXTIETH AND SIXTY-FIRST YEARS OF THE REIGN OF HER MAJESTY

QUEEN

VICTORIA

BEING THE

SECOND SESSION OF THE EIGHTH PARLIAMENT

Begun and holden at Ottawa, on the Twenty-fifth day of March, and

closed by Prorogation on the Twenty-ninth day of June, 1897

HIS EXCELLENCY

THE RIGHT HONOURABLE SIR JOHN CAMPBELL HAMILTON-GORDON, EARL OF ABERDEEN

GOVERNOR GENERAL

VOL. I.

PUBLIC GENERAL ACTS

OTTAWA
PRINTED BY SAMUEL EDWARD DAWSON
LAW PRINTER TO THE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY

CHAP. I.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty the sum of $26,000, required for defraying certain expenses in connection with the Militia Contingent to be sent to England for the Jubilee of Her Majesty in June, 1897.

(Assented to 21st May, 1897.]

Most GRACIOUS SOVEREIGN,

VHEREAS it appears by a Message from His Excellency Preamble.

the Right Honourable Sir John Campbell HamiltonGordon, Earl of Aberdeen, Governor General of Canada, that the sum of twenty-six thousand dollars is required to defray certain expenses in connection with the Militia Contingent to be sent to England for the Jubilee of Her Majesty in June, 1897; May it therefore please Your Majesty that it may be enacted, and be it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada, that

1. This Act may be cited as The Appropriation Act (No. 1), Short title. 1897.

Militia

2. From and out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of $26,000 grantCanada there shall and may be paid and applied a sum not ex-ed for Jubilee ceeding in the whole twenty-six thousand dollars to provide Contingent. for the

pay and allowances, transport and general expenses of the Militia Contingent to be sent to England to represent Canada on the occasion of the Jubilee of Her Majesty in June, 1897.

OTTAWA : Printed by SAMUEL EDWARD DAWSON, Law Printer to the Queen's

most Excellent Majesty.

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