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ANNO DOMINI, 1882,
ORDERS IN COUNCIL, &c.
Quebec, 30th November, 1869.
HIS EXCELLENCY THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.
TT is ordered that a new Seal be adopted for the province of Quebec, 1 and that the seal hereinafter described, to wit :
" Or on a Fess Gules between two Fleur de Lis in chief Azure, and a sprig of three leaves of Maple slipped vert, in base, a Lion passant gardant or.”
Be adopted and received as the new Seal of the Province of Quebec to seal all documents and other things to be issued under the Great Seal of this Prorince, henceforth.
Quebec, 5th August, 1869.
THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL.
N the recommendation of the Honorable the Provincial Secretary. the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to order :
That all municipal Councils, petitioning for authority to publish any notice, by-law or resolutions in one language only shall transmit, with their petition, a certified copy of a resolution passed by such council to that effect, and published in the manner and form
prescribed by article 10, chap. 61, 23 Victoria, concerning publication of by-laws; and that notice of such petition shall be inserted in two sabsequent numbers of the Quebec Official Gazette, by order of the Honorable the Provincial Secretary, two months before the granting of such petition, in order that all oppositions to the granting of the same may the more easily be produced.
N. F. Bellean.
PROVINCE OF QUEBEC: VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, &c., &c., &c., To all' to whom these presents shall come, or whom the same may
en's Printer the Government known as these
GÉDÉON OUIMET, W HEREAS, is and by a certain Act of the
Ally Cenl. V Legislature of Quebec, passed in the thirtyfirst year of Our Reign, intituled : “ An Act respecting the Office of Queen's Printer for this Province, and the publishing of the “ Quebec Official Gazette," it is amongst other things enacted that the Lieutenant Governor in Council shall appoint by Commission, a Queen's Printer for the Province of Quebec ; that it shall be the duty of the Queen's Printer to print and publish and cause to be printed and published, for the Government, the Statutes of the Province, an Official Gazette which shall be known as the “ Quebec Official Gazette," and such documents and announcements as the Lieutenant Governor may from time to time require to have printed, whether in the said Official Gazette or otherwise ; that all advertisements, notices and documents whatever, relating to matters within the control of the Legislature of this Province, and which by any law are required to be published, shall be published in the said Quebec Official Gazette, unless any other mode of pablication is prescribed by such law; that every law directing that any such advertisement, notice or document shall be published in the Canada Gazette, and especially articles 603, 648, 703, 768, 770, 914, 951, 954, and 974, of the Code of Civil Procedure, shall be interpreted and executed as if the words “ Quebec Official Gazette,” were substituted in such law, Queen's Printer.
on Gazette," and shations of the putenant Governor
or such articles, for the words “ Canada Gazette,” but if the public cation of any such advertisement, notice or document has been began in the Canada Gazette, before this Act comes into force, such publication shall be therein continued ; that the Lieutenant Governor in Council shall prescribe the conditions of the publication of the “Quebec Official Gazette," and shall designate the public bodies, officers and persons to whom the said Gazette shall be sent, and shall make a tariff of charges to be paid for the publication of notices, advertisements and documents, to be published in the said Gazette, and the price of subscription to the said Gazette ; that the profits or salary of the Queen's Printer, the mode in which he shall receive the same, his accountability for moneys received on account of the publications in the “ Quebec Official Gazette, ” and the conditions generally under which the printing and other work require shall be performed, shall be such as the Lieutenant Governor may from time to time regulate by order in Council ; that it shall be the duty of the Government to submit from time to time to the Legislature, within the first fifteen days of the then next Session, copies of all orders in Council passed in virtue of this act ; that section two of chapter thirteen of the Consolidated Statutes of Canada, is repealed, in so far its provisions apply to this Province'; 'That all publications in the “ Quebec Official Gazette ” and all copies of the Statutes of this Province printed or caused to be printed for the Government by the said Queen's Printer, shall be authentic and make proof of their contents without any other evidence, and all publications and copies. of statutes purporting to be so printed shall be held to be so until proof to the contrary ; that the foregoing provisions of this Act shall come into force, on such day, after the necessary arrangements and preparations, for printing and publishing as aforesaid, shall have been completed, as the Lieutenant Governor shall fix by a Proclamation, to be published in any Newspaper or Newspapers in this Province,
And whereas the necessary arrangements and preparations for printing and publishing the Statutes of our Province of Quebec, of the “Quebec Official Gazette," and for publishing in the said “Quebec Official Gazette ” all advertisements, notices and documents whatever, relating to matters within the control of the Legislature of our said Province, and which by any law are required to be published unless any other mode of publication is prescribed, by such law. have been completed.
Now know ye, that under the authority of the said act, we have ordered and declared, and we do, by this Our Royal Proclamation, order and declare that the above recited provisions of that act shall