Militia General Orders, June 2, 1868

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Militia General Orders
June 2, 1868
Published in the Canada Gazette, Volume I, Number 50
No. 50.
VOL. I.
 

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The Canada Gazette.


PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


OTTAWA, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1868.



CANADA.

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Appointments.



Department of the Secretary of State of Canada

Ottawa, 23rd May, 1868.

His Excellency the Governor General of Canada has been pleased to make the following appointment, viz:

The Honerable John Hamilton Gray, of the City of St. John, in the Province of New Brunswick, to be an Arbitrator under the 142nd Section of "The British North America Act, 1867".




Department of the Secretary of State of Canada

Ottawa, 29th May, 1868.

His Excellency the Governor General of Canada has been pleased to make the following appointment, viz:

Etienne Parent of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, to be Under Secretary of State of Canada

William Henry Griffin, of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, to be Deputy Postmaster General, under the Act 31st Victoria, Chapter 10.

Thomas Douglas Harington, of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, to be Deputy Reciever General.

William Dickinson, of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, to be Commissioner of Inland Revenue.

Robert Shore Milnes Bouchette, of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, to be Commissioner of Customs.

George Futvoye, of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, to be Deputy of the Minister of Militia and Defence.

Edmund Allen Meredith, of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, to be Under Secretary of the State for the Provinces.

John Langton, of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, to be Auditor.

Hewitt Bernard, of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, and Osgoode Hall, Barrister at Law, to be Deputy Minister of Justice.

J. C. Taché, of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, to be Deputy of the Minister of Agriculture.

Toussaint Trudeau, of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, to be Deputy of the Minister of Public Works.

William Smith, of the City of Ottawa, Esquire, to be the Deputy of the Minister of Marine and Fisheries.




Department of the Secretary of State of Canada

Ottawa, 5th June, 1868.

His Excellency the Governor General has been pleased to appoint E. Clarke, Esquire, J. P., to be Police Magistrate on the Frontier in Lower Canada.




Militia General Orders.



HEAD QUARTERS,

Ottawa, 2nd June, 1868

General Order,


VOLUNTEER MILITIA.


Officers Commanding Battalions and Corps of the Volunteer Militia are hereby notified that, until further orders, when Volunteers are called out for actual service, the rates of daily pay will be, for privates fifty cents ; and for non-comissioned officers in proportion.

Free rations or an allowance in lieu thereof will be furnished in addition, in conformity with the Blue Book regulations published in 1866.

Boots will also be issued free of charge to all Volunteers who may be required to leave their homes for actual service.

Boots willl be issued by District Staff Officers on the requisistion of Commanding Officers of Corps or Battalions, for the number of men actually under arms for such actual service.

By Command of His Excellency of the Right Honorable the Governor General and Commander in Chief.

P. L. MacDOUGALL, Colonel,
Adjutant General of Militia,

Canada.

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