STATUTE OF THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC, 49 & 50 VICTORIA (1886), CAP. 96.
AN ACT respecting the territorial division of the Province.
[Assented to 21st June 1886.]
1. For the purposes of the Legislature, the Province of Quebec is divided :
1. Into sixty-eight electoral districts which form, for the purposes of the representation of the people in the Legislative Assembly, the sixty-five electoral districts constituted by the British North America Act, 1867, B.N.A. Act, 1867, ss. 40 and 80 and second schedule ; C.S.L.C. c. 75, s. 1.
5. The sixty-eight electoral districts are named ; described and bounded or composed as follows :
No. 54. SAGUENAY.—The County of Saguenay is bounded on the south and south-east by the Gulf and River St. Laurence, on the south by the parallel of the forty-eight degree of North latitude as far as the county of Chicoutimi, on the north-west and west by the county of Chicoutimi, on the north and north-east by the limits of the province, including the islands and islets of Mingan, the island of Anticosti and the nearest islands situated wholly or in part opposite te such County. The county, so bounded, comprises the townships of Saguenay, Sagard, Dumas, Tadoussac, Albert, Bergeronnes, Escoumains and Iberville, the seigniory of Mille Vaches or Portneuf, the townships of Laval, De La Tour, Betsiamites, Manicouagan, Laflèche, De Monts, Le Neuf, Arnaud, Letellier and Moisie, the Parish of St. Pierre de la Pointe aux Esquimaux, and all other territories comprised within these limits C.S.L.C., c. 75, s. 1, § 33 ; 26 V., c. 8 ; 36 V., c. 30