The ActFrom The King
March 24, 1765 by Alexis Diaz, Regan and Max gomes
On this day we the Parliament passes the Quartering Act.
This required the colonies to house British soldiers in there homes. If there still be soldiers without accommodation after all such public houses were filled, then colonist are then required to make any unused houses,barns,and other forms of shelter fit for the accommodation of any British soldier.If any colonist doesn't comply with this Act the it will be taken as a public offense and will be punished by law.This act is passe by the British parliaments and accepted by king George the 3rd.