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4 edition of The Canadian Railway Act R. S. C. (1906), cap. 37 found in the catalog.

The Canadian Railway Act R. S. C. (1906), cap. 37

and amending acts 1907-1910, with notes of cases decided thereon including the decisions of the Board of Railway Commissioners respecting telephone, telegraph and express companies

by Angus Macmurchy

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Published by Canada Law Book Co., Cromarty Law Book Co. in Toronto, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Telecommunication -- Law and legislation -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby Angus Macmurchy and J. Shirley Denison
    ContributionsDenison, J. Shirley (John Shirley), Canada, Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlv, 749 p. ;
    Number of Pages749
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24154815M
    OCLC/WorldCa3423626

      Interpretation. Definitions. 2 (1) In this Act,. Aboriginal. Aboriginal [Repealed, , c. 14, s. 1]. analyst. analyst means a person who is designated under subsection (1) to perform the functions of an analyst; (analyste). Canadian fisheries waters. Canadian fisheries waters means all waters in the fishing zones of Canada, all waters in the territorial sea of Canada and all internal   A revised Railway Act of provided for the incorporation of the Canadian National Railways Company with a board of trustees to oversee its management. By , with the addition of the Grand Trunk and Grand Trunk Pacific, the amalgamation was completed and the Canadian National Railways system was in ://

      Railway Company. Septem REGISTRATION NUMBER Order in Council authorizing the Canadian Pacific Railway Company to make the acqui-sition of 3 arpents and rods, more or less, for the construction of a road pursuant to section 35 of the Indian Act. Ma - REGISTRATION NUMBER   Canadian Official Railway Guide, published since (In the UK, "Bradshaw's" became synonymous for ultimately authoritative railway timetable information, and was in fact a household word for "railway timetable".) Employee timetables:

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