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The 13th Legislative Assembly of Quebec was the provincial legislature in Quebec, Canada that existed from May 15, 1912, to May 22, 1916. The Quebec Liberal Party led by Lomer Gouin was the governing party.

Seats per political party


Member list


This was the list of members of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec that were elected in the 1912 election:

Other elected MLAs


  • Joseph-Léonide Perron, Quebec Liberal Party, Verchères, October 16, 1912 [1] [12]
  • Joseph-Émery Phaneuf, Quebec Liberal Party, Bagot, January 16, 1913 [2] [13]
  • Alfred-Joseph Bissonnett, Quebec Liberal Party, Stanstead, January 16, 1913 [3] [14]
  • Lucien Cannon, Quebec Liberal Party, Dorchester, June 2, 1913 [4] [15]
  • Arthur Trahan, Quebec Liberal Party, Nicolet, June 2, 1913 [5] [16]
  • Andrew Philps, Quebec Liberal Party, Huntingdon, November 10, 1913 [6] [17]
  • Marcellin Robert, Quebec Liberal Party, St. Jean, November 10, 1913 [7] [18]
  • Joseph-Fabien Bugeaud, Quebec Liberal Party, Bonaventure, May 7, 1914 [8] [19]
  • Walter George Mitchell, Quebec Liberal Party, Richmond, November 21, 1914 [9] [20]

Cabinet Ministers


  • Prime Minister and Executive Council President: Lomer Gouin
  • Agriculture: Joseph-Édouard Caron
  • Colonisation, Mines and Fishing: Charles Devlin Ramsey (1912-1914), Honoré Mercier Jr. (1914-1916)
  • Public Works and Labor: Louis-Alexandre Taschereau
  • Lands and Forests: Jules Allard
  • Roads: Joseph-Édouard Caron (1912-1914), Joseph-Adolphe Tessier (1914-1916)
  • Attorney General:Lomer Gouin
  • Provincial secretary: Louis-Jérémie Décarie
  • Treasurer: Peter Samuel George MacKenzie (1912-1914), Walter Georges Mitchell (1914-1916)
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