Bill No. 1. A resolution of October 6, 1896. that there be no persons, other than the members of the General Council, allowed in the hall where the votes for the Principal Chief of the Nation are counted. Passed and approved October 7, 1896.
A satire on Utilitarianism set in a provincial industrial town, portraying the dreariness of life for industrial workers, the hopelessness of decent people trapped in a failed marriage, and the fallacy of mechanical theories of human nature