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Court house where the cause is to be adjudged. And that such Commissions fhall or may be obtained and issue and be executed, and have the like effect as directed by Law, respecting Commissions for examinations in remote places.

II. And for as much as the Judges of the Common Pleas are in the practice of making frequent Tournées or Cricuits in their Counties for the trial of small causes not exceeding. Ten Pounds Sterling, and the examinations so to be taken by Commission, may be sometimes conveniently executed by a single Judge of the Court where the cause is triable. Be it further ordained by the same authority, that the examinations, when taken before a single Judge of the Court in which the action is pending, after the manner and in the cales for which a Commission might have been issued for examining Witnelses within the County, but thirty miles from the Court-house thereof, shall be as valid in the Law, as if taken by Commission or before two Judges in open Court. And that such remedy as the Las permits or inay require, for compelling the attendance of Witnesses before the Court of Common Pleas in open Courţ, may be taken for compel. ling their attendances on the examinations hereby allowed to be taken, whether before Commissioners or before a single Judge, any thing in any former Law, Usage or Cus. tom lo the contrary notwithstanding:

HI. Provided always, and be it also ordained by the fame authority, that nothing. herein contained shall be construed to authorize any one Judge to take such Examinations on the Circuit, who may not be competent to have cognizance of the cause, and to hear and adjudge in the same, in open Court, nor to authorize the giving in Evidence to a Jury, the depositions taken by Commission within the County, where the trial by Jury, stali be liad, without the consent of both parties entered upon the Minutes, of the Court.

IV. And provided also, and be it further ordained by the same authority, that the fine upon a Witness for his default, in not attending to give Testimony, shall be at the discretion of the Court where the cause is pending, and shall not exceed the sum of Ten Pounds Currency, and that the Court letting such fine, shall have authority to compel the Payment thereof by Process to any place in the Province, tho' the same be not within the District or County where it fits, whether such default or contempt be to the Court, or to Commissioners, or a fingle Judge in manner afore-mentioned. And the same Process shall be executed in any District by the Officers therein as the Process of the Court thereof may be ; but as the Court issuing the same shall command, which fines so recovered shall be paid to the Receiver General for the use of the Crown, and without detriment to the right of a party injured by the default of a Witness to his remedy by private action at Law.

A LURED CLARK E. Enacted and. Ordained by the authority aforesaid, and passed in Council under the

Great Seal of the Province, at the Council-chamber in the caftle of St. Lewis, in the city of Quebec, the Turenty-fourth day of February, in the Thirty-second Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lard GEORGE the Third, by the grace of God of Great-Britain, France and Ireland King, defender of the Faith, and fa forth, and in the Year of our LORD One thousand feven hundred and ninety-two.

CA P. III:

AN ORDINANCE For suspending the Sessions of the Court of King's Bench at Montreal, and to facili-

tate the Proceedings in Appeal Causes,

[Expired.]
F I N I S..

II. Et d'autant que les Juges des plaidoyers communs font en usage de faire des tournées ou circuits fréquents dans leurs comtés, pour l'audition des petites causes n'excédant pas dix livres sterlings, et que l'examen à être ainsi pris par commission, peut-être quelque fois convenablement exécuté par un seul juge de la cour où la cause peut-être plaidée. Qu'il soit de plus ordonné par la dite autorité, que l'examen ainsi pris devant un seul juge de la cour dans laquelle l'action est pendante dans la maniere et dans le cas pour lesquels une commission pourroit avoir été émanée pour l'examen des témoins dans le comté, à trente miles de la cour d'icelui, sera aussi valide en Loi que s'il eut été pris par commission ou devant deux Juges en Cour ouverte—et que tel remède que la Loi permet ou peut réquerir pour obliger la présence des témoins de. vant la cour des plaidoyers communs en cour ouverte peut être pris pour obliger leur prélence à l'examen permis par la présente, soit devant des commissaires ou devant un seul Juge, nonobstant aucune chose dans aucune ancienne Loi, usage ou coutume à ce contraire.

III. Pourvû toujours et il est aussi ordonné par la dite autorité, que rien у ne sera entendu autoriser aucun Juge à prendre tel examen dans le circuit qui n'est pas compétent pour prendre connoillance de la cause, et pour entendre et juger en icelle, en cour ouverte, ni autoriser, à produire en témoignage devant les jurés, les dépositions prises par commission dans le comté lorsque ce sera un procès par jurés, sans le consentement des deux parties inserit dans les minutes de la cour.

IV. Et pourvû aufli et il est de plus ordonné par la dite autorité, que l'amende en-
courue par un témoin pour son défaut en ne se présentant point pour rendre témoi-
gnage, sera à la discretion de la Cour où la cause eft pendante et n'excédera pas la som-
me de dix livres courans, et que la Cour infligeant telle amende, aura autorité de con-
traindre le paiement d'icelle, par ordre dans aucun endroit de la Province, quoique
ce ne soit pas dans le district ou comté où elle fiége, foit que tel défaut ou mépris soit
envers la cour, ou envers les Commissaires, ou envers un seul Juge dans la maniere sus-
mentionée. Et le même ordre sera exécuté dans aucun districi par les officiers en icelui
comme l'ordre de la cour d'icelui peut l'être, et tei que la cour qui l'aura émané l'or-
donnera, lesquelles amendes ainsi recouvertes seront payées au receveur général pour
l'usage de la Couronne et sans préjudice au droit de la partie gréyée par le défaut d'un
témoin pour son remède par action civile en Loi.
(Signé)

A LURED CLARK E.
Satué et ordonné par la fusdite autorité et passé en Confeil fous le Sceau Public

de la
Province, en la Chambre du Conseil

, du Château St. Louis, en la ville de Qué-
bec, le vingt-quatrième jour de Février, dans la trente-deuxiéme année du Regne
de fa Majesté GEORGE Trois, par la Grace de Dieu, Roi de la Grande Bre---
tagne, de France et d'Irlande, Défenfeur de la foi, &c. &c. &c, et dans l'année de

notre Seigneur mil fept cens quatrevingt-douze.
I.raduit par ordre de Son Excellence, le Licutenant Gouverneur.

P. A. DE BONNE, A. S. & T. F..

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Ordonnance pour suspendre les Seffions de la Cour du banc du Roi à Montreal et pour faciliter les procédures dans les Causes en apel,

(Expirée.)

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An Ordinance, for establishing courts of civil judicature in the province of Quebec.—[Repealed by

Prov. Stat. 31. GEO. III. Cap. 6th. Sec. 38.]
To regulate the proceedings in the courts of civil judicature in the province of Quebec.—[Expired.]
For ascertaining damages on protested bills of exchange, ar.d fixing the rate of interest in the province of

QUEBEC.-(in force.]–[Vide Prov. Stat. 34. Geo. III. c. 24.]
For regulating the markets of the towns of Quebec and Montreal.-[in force]
For establishing courts of criminal jurisdi&ion in the province of Quebec.--[Repealed by Prov. Stat. 34.

Geo. III. Cap. 6th. Sec. 38.]
Declaring what shall be deemed a due publication of the ordinances of the Province.--[Expired.]—[Vide

Prov. Stat. 34. GEO. III. Cap. Ift.)
To prevent the selling of strong liquors to the Indians in the province of Quebec, as also to deter persons

from buying their arms or cloathing, and for other purposes relative to the trade and intercourse with

the said Indians.-[in force.]—Explained and amended by Ordinance 31ít. Geo. III. Cap. ift.]
For regulating the militia of the province of Quebec, and rendering it of more general utility, towards

the preservation and security thereof.--[Repealed by Prov. Stat. 34. Geo. III. Cap. 4th. Sec. 31.]
For regulating the currency of the Province.—[in force.]
Concerning bakers of bread in the towns of Quebec and Montreal.-[in force.]
For repairing and amending the public highways and bridges in the province of Quebec.--[in force.]
Empowering the Commissioners of the peace to regulate the prices to be paid for the carriage of goods,

and the passage of ferries in the province of Quebec.--[in force.]
T'or preventing accidents by fire.--[in force.]--- Amended by Ordinance 301h. Geo. III. Cap. 7ıh.]
For preventing persons leaving the Province without a pass.-[in force.]
To empower the Commissioners of the peace to regulate the police of the towns of Quebec and Montreal,

for a limited time.--[in force.]-[Continued by several ordinances amended and made perpetual by ordi

nance zıst. Geo. III. Cap. 3]
Concerning the distribution of the estates and effects of persons leaving the Province without paying their

debts.- Ditallowed by His Majesty in Council on the 13th. of May 1778. Vide Proclamation issued

by His Excellency Governor Haldimand, gift. October, 1778.] For continuing an Ordinance made the twenty-fifth day of February, in the seventeenth year of His Ma

jesty's Reign, intituled, “ An Ordinar.ce to regulate the proceedings in the Courts of Civil Judicature in

« ihe Province of Quebec."-[Expired.] For continuing an Ordinance made the twenty-ninth day of March, in the seventeenth year of His Majes

ty's Reign, intituled, “ An Ordinance for regulating ihe Militia of the Province of Quebec, and rendering

« it of more general utility towards the preservation and security thereof."--[Expired.] For continuing an Ordinance made the twenty-third day of April, in the seventeenth year of His

Majesty's Reign, intituled, “ An Ordinance to empower the Commisioners of the Peace to regulate the Poo * lice of the towns of Quebec and Montreal, for a limited time.”-[Expired.]

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Ordonnance, qui établir les Cours civiles de Judicature en la Province de QUEBEC--[Rappellée par le

Stat. Prov. 3tine Geo. III. Cap, 6. Sec: 38.]

Qui règle les formes de procéder dans les Cours civiles de Judicature établie dans la Province de Que-

BEC-[Expirée

Qui fixe les dommages sur les Lettres de Change protestées, et le prix des Intérêts dans la Province de

QUEBEC.--[en force.]-[Vide Stat. Prov. 34. Geo. III, Cap. 24.]

Portant Réglement pour les marchés dans les villes de Québec et de Montréal.--[en force ]

Qui établit les Cours de Jurifliation Criminelle en la Province de QUEBEC.-[Rappellée par le Stat. Prov.

34ine Geo. III. Cap. 6. Scc. 38.]

Qui déclare comment seront duement publiées les Ordonnances dans cette Province de QUEBEC.--[Ex-

piré. ]-[Vide Stat. Prov. 34. Geo. III. Cap. 1.

Qui défend de vendre des Liqueurs fortes aux Sauvages dans la province de Québec, qui empêche aussi

d'acheter leurs armes et habillemens, et pour autres objets concernans la traite et le commerce avec les

diis Sauyages. (en force.)-(Expliquée et amendee par l'Ord. 31. Geo. III. Cap. 1.)

Qui règle les Milices de la province de Quebec et qui les rend d'une plus grande utilité pour la conser-

vation ci la sureté d'icelle.--(Rappellée par le Stat. Prov. 341.0 Géo. Ill. Cap. 4. Sec. 31.)
Qui établit le cours de la monnoie en la Proyince de QUEBEC.-en force.)
Qui concerne les Boulangers dans les villes de Québec et de Montséal en la Province de QUEBEC.--en

force.)

Pour réparer, réformer et entretenir les Grands Chemins publics et les Ponts dans la Province de Que.

BEC.-- (en force.)

Qui autorise les Commissaires de la paix à régler le prix des chariages des Marchandises, et du passage des

Bacs en la Province de QUEBEC.-(en force.)

Pour prévenir les accidens du feu en la Province de QUEBEC.-en force.)

Pour empêcher qui que ce soit de quitter la Province fans un passeport.—(en force.)

Qui autorise les Commissaires de la paix à régler la Police dans les villes de Québec et de Montréal pour

un tems limité.-(en force.)-Continuée

par plusieurs ordonnances, amendée et rendue perpétuelle

par l'ordonnance zime Geo. III. Cap. 3)

Concernant la distribution des biens et eifets des particuliers qui partent de la Province faris païer leurs

destes.--(Prohibée par la Majelté en Conseil le 1 3me jour de Mai 1778. Voiez la Proclamation émanée

par fon Excellence le Gouverneur Haldimand le zime O&tobre, 1798.)
Qui continue une Ordonnance pasiëe le vingt-cinquieme jour de Février, dans la dix-septieme année du

Règne de fa Majesté, intituléc, « Ordonnance qui règle les formes de procéder dans les cours Civiles de

" Judicature établies dans la Province de Québec."-(Expirie.)
Qui continue une Ordonnance passée le vingt-neuvieme jour de Mars; dans la dix-septieme année du

Règne de fa Majesté, intitulée, “ Ordonnance qui régle les Milices de la Province de Québec, et qui les

* rend d'une plus grande utilité pour la conservation et la fureté d'icelle.--(Expirée).
Qui continue une Ordonnance passée le vingt-troisieme jour d'Avril, dans la dix-seprieme année du Règne

de la Majesté, intitulée, “ Ordonnance qui autorise les Commissaires de Paix à régler la Police dans les villes
***d Québec et de Montréal pour un tems limité."Expirec.)

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To prohibit, for a limited time, the exportation of wheat, pease, oats, biscuit, fiour or meal of any

kind; also of horned castle: and thereby io reduce the present liigh price of when und flour.--[Expired.]

Describing the persons who mall be deemed lorestallers, Regrators and Ingroflers in this Proyince, and

infiding punishments upon those who shall be found guilty of such offences.--[Expired.]

For the regulation and establishment of lees.—[Expired.]
For regulating all such persons as keep horses and carriages to let and hire, for the accommolation of tra-

vellers, commonly called and known by the name of Maitres de Pofte.--[in force. |--Continued by leye-

zal Ordinances and A&s; amended and made perpetual by Prov. Siat. 35th. Gao. III. Cap. 7. Sec. 1.

For altering, fixing and establishing the Age of Majority.--[in force.]

For securing the Liberty of the Subject, and for the prevention of Imprisonments out of this Province.

[in force ]-[Vide Prov. Stat. 34. Geo. III. Cap. 6. Sec. 37.]

For further continuing an Ordinance made the twenty-ninth day of March, in the seventeenth year of

His Majesty Roign, intituled, An Ordinance for regulating the Militia of the Province of Quebec, and

rendering it of more general utility towards the preservation and security thereof."—[Expired.]

To regulate the proceedings in the courts of civil judicature, and to establish TrialS by Juries in ac-

lions of a commercial nature and perfor.al wrongs to be compensated in damages.-[in force.)

Concerning Land Surveyors, and the admcasurement of Lands. (in force.]

Concerning Advocates, Attornies, Solicitors and Notaries, and for the more easy collection of His Ma-

jesty's Revenues.--[in force )--[Amended by Ordinance, 27th. Geo. III. Cap. uth]

For gran:ing a limited civil power and jurisdiction to his Majesty's justices of the peace in the remote parts

of this Province.-[Repealed by Prov. Siat. 34. Geo. 111. Cap. 6. Sec. 38.]

To prevent the exportation of unmerchantable flour, and the false faring of bread and flour caks.

(in force.]

For continuing an Ordinance made the ninth day of March, in the twentieth Year of his Majesty's Reign,

intituled, “ An Ordinance for the regulation and establishment of Fees."--[Expired.]
For further continuing an Ordinance made the twenty third day of April, in the seventeenth year of His

Majesty's Reign, intituled, “ An Ordinance to inripower the Commissioners of the Peace to regulate the

"s Police of the Towns of Quebec and Montreal, for a limited time."-[Expired.]
For further continuing an Ordinance made the twenty.ninth day of March in the seventeenth year of.
His Majesty's Reign, intituled, " An Ordinance for regulating Ilie Militia of the Province of Quebec,

" and rendering it of more general utility towards the preservation and security thereof."-Expired.)
For further continuing an Ordinance made the ninth day of March in the twentieth year of His .Vajesty's

Reign, intituled, "An Ordinance for the regulation and ellablıhınent of fees." ---Expired.)
For further continuing an Ordinance made the ninth (lay of March, in the twentieth year of His Majele.
ty's Reign, intituled, “ An Ordinance for regulating all such persons as keep Horses and Carriages to
“i le: and hire for the accommodation of Travellers, coinmonly called and known by the name of

- Maitres de Poe."--Expired.).

To regulate the proceedings, in certain cafes, in the Court of King's Bench, and to give the subject the.

benefit of Appeal from Large Fines.-in force. -(Vide Prov. Stat. 34. GEO. HII. Cap. 6.)

For better regulating the Militia of this Province, and rendering it of more general urility towards the

preservation and security thereof.--(Repcaled by Prov. Stat: 34. Geo. III. Cap. 4. Sec. 31.)
For quartering the troops upon certain occasions, in the country parishes, and providing for the convey

ance of effects belonging to government.--(in force.)--(Extended to the Militia when embodied &c. by
Proy. Stat, 34. Guo. III. Cap. 4. Sec. 30.

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