Law and justice

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  • The subject term Law and justice should be used with descriptions that relate to structure and activities of law and justice in the province, law enforcement, administrative and support organizations, community service programs, legislation, professional organization and law and justice professionals.

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  • UF RCMP
  • UF Police force
  • UF Judges
  • UF Lawyers
  • UF Courts
  • UF Prisons
  • UF Litigation
  • UF Arbitration
  • UF Settlements
  • UF Criminals
  • UF Justice of the Peace

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Law and justice

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Court house

Item is a photograph of a road and wooden sidewalk that lead to the second Sherbrooke Court House (Palais de justice), built 1839-1841 and used until 1904, which is visible in the background. The building was given to the 53rd Sherbrooke Regiment in 1912 to serve as their armoury and later on became the armoury for the Sherbrooke Hussars.

Group photo

1st row: Jeanne Lagueux, Gaétane Roy, Rita Ménard,
2nd row: Fabienne Pinard, Mrs. Benoît Fréchette, Mrs. Rodrigue Blouin, Mrs. Henri Leroux,
3rd row: Lucien Gosselin, André Phaneuf, Madeleine Labarre, Emilien Lagueux, Henri Leroux, Rodrigue Blouin , Gabriel Ménard.

C.M. Hyndman

The item is a photograph of C.M. Hyndman, crier in the St. Francis District court, taken in Sherbrooke in around the 1860s.

Honorable Justice Fletcher

The item is a photograph of drawing or painting of Honorable Justice John Fletcher, judge of the St. Francis District, reproduced around the 1870s.

James Hallowell

The file contains primary source information on the life of James Hallowell from approximately 1847 to 1858. It consists of certificates appointing him as the Commissioner of Bankrupts and to the Queen's Councel; excerpts from his grandfather, James Hallowell's will; a letter from James Hallowell to his son, John; a letter from James' brother, William; a transcription of James Hallowell's will (probably done by Minnie Hallowell Bowen sometime between the 1880s and 1942); and two photographs.

Hallowell, James

John Hallowell

The file contains primary source information on the life of John E. Hallowell from 1846 to 1876. It consists of two prize certificates awarded in 1846 to John Hallowell by the Grammar School in Connection with Bishop's College in Lennoxville; a section of a title deed from the British American Land Company to James Hallowell; a commission appointing John Hallowell to the position of Revenue Inspector for the District of Saint Francis in 1857; and Hallowell's Masonic Text-Book, published in 1857 by A.S. Barnes and Co. in New York and containing his signature; deeds of sale for a land transaction between John Hallowell, Robert Hallowell, John Johnston, and the town of Sherbrooke; articles of clerkship by Edward and John Short; certificates of his appointment to the bar and as a member of the Freemasons Victoria Lodge; a will; a diploma. The file also consists of photographs, a newspaper marriage notice, newspaper obituaries and a summary of a lecture Bowen presented to the Library Association and Mechanics Institute.

Hallowell, John E.

St. Francis District Court, Sherbrooke

The item is a photograph of the members of the St. Francis District Court, Sherbrooke, ca. 1850s. Pictured are (L-R): C.M. Hyndman, John Hallowell, Eleazar Clark, J.S. Sanborn, George F. Bowen, Honourable Edward Short, L.E. Morris, John Short, George R. Robertson, Edward T. Brooks, Thomas W. Ritchie, and S.A. Stevens.

Policiers et pompiers de Coaticook

Les policiers et pompiers de Coaticook. Gauche à droite, devant : Gédéon Gagnon, Félix Gagnon, René Côté?, Lucien Charron, Arthur Lahaie, Henri Bussière, Gérard Groleau, Fernando Hébert, Roland Mongeau, Jean-Paul Lemay, ?; 2e rangée : ? Sage, ? Brouillard, ?, ?, Léo Arsenault, ? Gervais, Gérard Mongeau, Edmour Simard, Hervé Ross, Jean-Nil Caron, Marcel Lafaille, ?, Achille? Hébert, Gabriel Lebel, Ovide Bissonnette; 3e rangée : Hervé Larochelle, orchestre Paquette « Les oiseaux bleus ».

Corps policier de Coaticook

Le corps policier de Coaticook. Gauche à droite, devant : Arthur Bouchard, Hilaire Laberge, Henri Dandenault, John Boudreau, Edgar Tafe, Roméo Bouchard, Dr Adélard N. Dupuis; 2e rangée : Arthur Lahaie, Harold Howitt, Alfred Houle, Albert Cotnoir, Ralph Sylvester; 3e rangée : Joseph Croteau, Henri Lavoie, James Finn, Alex B. O'Dell.

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