16th Parliament of British Columbia
The 16th Legislative Assembly of British Columbia sat from 1924 to 1928. The members were elected in the British Columbia general election held in June 1924. The British Columbia Liberal Party, led by John Oliver, formed a minority government. Following Oliver's death in August 1927, John Duncan MacLean became Premier.
Members of the 16th General Assembly
The following members were elected to the assembly in 1924.:
| Government Minority
By-elections were held for the following members appointed to the provincial cabinet, as was required at the time:
By-elections were held to replace members for various other reasons:
|Electoral district||Member elected||Party||Election date||Reason|
|Nelson||John Oliver||Liberal||August 23, 1924||K. Campbell resigned August 1924; provide seat for J. Oliver|
|Grand Forks-Greenwood||Dougald McPherson||Liberal||April 25, 1925||death of J. McKie October 29, 1924|
|North Okanagan||William Farris Kennedy||Conservative||June 9, 1927||death of A.O. Cochrane December 4, 1926|
|New Westminster||Arthur Wellesley Gray||Liberal||August 25, 1927||death of E.J. Rothwell June 29, 1927|
|Nelson||James Albert McDonald||Liberal||October 17, 1927||death of J. Oliver August 17, 1927|
- Shortly after the election Paul Phillips Harrison joins the Liberals while Richard John Burde becomes an independent.
- George Alexander Walkem joins the Conservatives in 1928.
- Nanaimo (dec. William Sloan March 2, 1928)
- Vancouver City(res. Ian Alistair Mackenzie appointed Provincial Secretary June 5, 1928)
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