4th Manitoba Legislature
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There were four sessions of the 4th Legislature:
|1st||January 22, 1880||February 14, 1880|
|2nd||December 16, 1880||December 23, 1880|
|3rd||March 3, 1881||May 25, 1881|
|4th||April 22, 1882||May 30, 1882|
Members of the Assembly
The following members were elected to the assembly in 1879:
By-elections were held to replace members for various reasons:
|Electoral district||Member elected||Affiliation||Election date||Reason|
|Emerson||Thomas Carney||Conservative||August 1880||WH Nash named registrar|
|Winnipeg||Daniel H. MacMillan||Liberal||December 4, 1880||T Scott elected to Canadian House of Commons|
|Dufferin North||David H. Wilson||Conservative||August 1, 1881||A Laughlin named registrar|
|Birtle||Stephen Clement||Liberal||November 2, 1881||new riding created when western boundary of Manitoba extended|
|Brandon||John Wright Sifton||Liberal||November 2, 1881||new riding created when western boundary of Manitoba extended|
|Dauphin||John Andrew Davidson||Liberal||November 2, 1881||new riding created when western boundary of Manitoba extended|
|Minnedosa||John Crerar||Liberal||November 2, 1881||new riding created when western boundary of Manitoba extended|
|Turtle Mountain||James Peterkin Alexander||Conservative||November 2, 1881||new riding created when western boundary of Manitoba extended|
|St. Boniface||Alphonse Larivière||Conservative||December 15, 1881||A Larivière ran for reelection upon appointment as Provincial Secretary|
|La Verendrye||Maxime Goulet||Conservative||December 15, 1881||M Goulet ran for reelection upon appointment as Minister of Agriculture|
|La Verendrye||Louis Arthur Prud'homme||Conservative||July 20, 1882||M Goulet named registrar|
|Springfield||Charles Edie||Conservative||August 24, 1882||AW Ross ran for federal seat|
|Birtle||Edward Leacock||Conservative||September 1, 1882||S Clement named sheriff for the Western judicial district|
|Kildonan and St. Paul||Alexander Sutherland||Conservative||September 14, 1882||A Sutherland ran for reelection upon appointment as Attorney-General|
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