Consolidated Regulations Delivery Regulations

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Consolidated Regulations Delivery Regulations

SOR/79-538STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS ACT
Registration 1979-07-24
Regulations Prescribing the Persons to Whom Copies of the Consolidated Regulations of Canada 1978 May Be Delivered without Charge
P.C. 1979-1935 1979-07-19His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Justice, pursuant to paragraph 27(k) of the Statutory Instruments Act, is pleased hereby to make the annexed Regulations prescribing the persons to whom copies of the Consolidated Regulations of Canada, 1978 may be delivered without charge.Short Title

1 These Regulations may be cited as the Consolidated Regulations Delivery Regulations.

Interpretation

2 In these Regulations,

Consolidated Regulations
Consolidated Regulations means the Consolidated Regulations of Canada 1978; (Codification des règlements)
hard cover copy

hard cover copy means a series of volumes containing the Consolidated Regulations, the covers of which are

(a) composed of solid binders board of 0.120 inch thickness,
(b) bound with Tanotex of bright finish quality Number 8524, colour Number 490 dark blue of Morocco grain finish and manufactured by Columbia Finishing Mills Limited, and
(c) lettered in a silver colour; (copie à couverture rigide)

soft cover copy

soft cover copy means a series of volumes containing the Consolidated Regulations, the covers of which are

(a) composed of paper No. 1 coated cover, S.C., C1S, coated one side, basis 301M, caliber 0.012, manufactured by Domtar Inc., and
(b) bound using a wraparound process known as “perfect binding”. (copies à couverture molle)

Delivery

3 A hard cover copy shall be delivered without charge to those persons for the time being holding the offices specified in Schedule I.

4 A soft cover copy shall be delivered without charge to the persons for the time being holding the offices specified in Schedule II for the use of those persons while holding those offices.

5 A soft cover copy shall be delivered without charge, on request, to the persons for the time being holding the offices or performing the functions specified in Schedule III for the use of those persons while holding those offices or performing those functions.

SCHEDULE I(s. 3)


The Governor General of Canada


The Prime Minister of Canada


The Speaker of the Senate


The Speaker of the House of Commons


The President of the Privy Council


The Minister of Justice


The Leader of the Opposition in the Senate


The Leader of the Opposition in the House of Commons


The Chief Justice of Canada

10 
The Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Canada

11 
The Associate Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Canada

12 
The Clerk of the Privy Council

13 
The Deputy Minister of Justice

14 
The Assistant Clerk of the Privy Council

15 
The Registrar of Statutory Instruments

16 
The members of the Statute Revision Commission

17 
The Chairman or each of the Co-Chairmen, as the case may be, of any Committee established under section 26 of the Statutory Instruments Act

SOR/80-436, s. 1.

SCHEDULE II(s. 4)

1 Each member of the judiciary of Canada including provincial court judges and magistrates
2 Each Attorney General, Minister of Justice and Solicitor General of the governments of the provinces
3 Each Deputy Attorney General, Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Solicitor General of the governments of the provinces
4 The Parliamentary Librarian
5 The Librarian and Archivist of Canada
6 The chief librarian of the United Nations
7 The chief librarian of each provincial legislature and of each territorial council
8 The chief librarian of each law school in Canada
9 The chief librarian of each court house in Canada

2004, c. 11, subp. 52(5) and (6).

SCHEDULE III(s. 5)

1 Each member of Parliament
2 Each official of the Senate and of the House of Commons who is directly concerned with the administration or review and scrutinizing of federal regulations
3 The chief librarian of each university in Canada
4 The chief librarian of each public library in Canada
5 Members of the government of any country, officials of the legislatures thereof and universities and other institutions therein, if reciprocal arrangements exist for similar distribution without charge in Canada of government publications of that country