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Decisions of the speakers of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 1877 to 1915

British Columbia. Legislative Assembly.

Decisions of the speakers of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 1877 to 1915

by British Columbia. Legislative Assembly.

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Published by The Assembly in Victoria, B.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cover title: Speakers" decisions, 1877-1915.

Other titlesSpeakers" decisions, 1877-1915.
Statementreported by Thornton Fell, clerk, Legislative Assembly.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 94/02911 (J)
The Physical Object
Pagination184 p. ;
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1233106M
LC Control Number94235503

The Clerk serves as the Chief Executive of the Legislative Assembly and reports to the Speaker and to the Legislative Assembly. As the senior permanent officer of the House, the Clerk advises and supports the Speaker and the Assembly in all procedural and administrative matters, and acts as Clerk to the Legislative Assembly Management Committee. British Columbia. The Legislative Assembly of British Columbia resumed on Septem , for a continuation of the fourth session. As reported in the previous issue, the Legislative Assembly adjourned on J , after a rare summer sitting which lasted six days. Legislation.

The Legislature of British Columbia is composed of the Lieutenant Governor and 87 elected Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs). Together, members of the governing party, members of the opposition and independent members make up the B.C. Legislative Assembly. failure of government to comply with statutory requirements for legislative review of local health integration networks as contempt of Parliament, failure of government to provide opposition and third party with third reading copy of Broader Public Sector Accountability Act, (Bill ), , .

The first Legislative Library was founded in to serve the colonial Legislative Assembly of the Crown Colony of Vancouver Island. The early collection included material related to the history of British Columbia, which later became the British Columbia Archives. By , l had been appointed the first permanent librarian. Legislative Assembly of VI asks England for funds to extinguish aboriginal title; denied Interior Tribes assembly Nisga’a delegation to Ottawa Canadian National rail line reaches West Coast Allied Indian Tribes of British Columbia formed to press Indian Land Question (to ).


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