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Proof (Articles 40 - 42)

Authenticity.

40. In any civil or penal action brought in virtue of this act, all decrees and all regulations and notices are authentic and shall be proof of their contents if they have been published in the Gazette officielle du Québec to which it shall be sufficient to refer, and whereof the court, of its own accord, shall be obliged to take cognizance.

R. S. 1964, c. 143, s. 49.

Prima facie proof.

41. The minute-books of the deliberations of a committee or of a board of examiners, and the certificates competency and other documents issued by them, and copies certified by the secretary of the committee, shall be proof of their contents until the contrary be proved, without it being necessary to prove the signature or capacity of the signatories.

R. S. 1964, c. 143, s. 50.

Informer.

42. No evidence shall be permitted with a view to establish that any action or suit contemplated by this act was brought following upon the complaint of an informer or to discover the identity of the latter.

R. S. 1964, c. 143, s. 51.