This was a package of five law implemented by the British government with the purpose of restoring authority in the colonies. The first one is known as the Boston port act and it shut down its ports until the tea was paid for , for what was destroyed. The second act was the Massachusetts government act and it forced the council members, judges, and sheriffs in the mass to be appointed by the governor instead of being elected. The third act was the administration of justice act and it allowed the transfer of trials of the British soldiers back to England to protect them from American juries. The fourth act was the quartering act, and it required local officials to provide lodging for British soldiers. Then, later on on July 1774; the British introduced the Quebec act and all it did was extend the Quebec boundaries and it included much of Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Wisconsin.