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DANK OF KINGSTON. Page.

1 Incorporation of the Bank of Kingston ... - 476

2 Amount and number of Shares, &c • ib.

3 No person to take more than 80 ----- ib.

4 Ten per cent, to be immediately deposited - - ib.
6 Provisions respecting the payment of the remainder - ib.

6 How Shares may be made up 477

7 How increase of Shares may be acquired - - - ib.

8 Extent of Stock - - - - - - ib.

9 When Directors to be elected, and how, &c. - - ib.

10 When proceedings may be commenced. Notice to be given,

&.c. - - - - - - ib.

11 President, and qualifications of Directors, &c. - - ib.

12 Provision for election of • * r- r" - - - 478

13 Corporation not dissolved by non^election of Directors on

the proper day - .. - —. - - - - ib.

14 Who are to vote - >» . - - - - - 479

15 How and when profits and losses to be accounted for ib.

16 Directors may make rules, appoint Clerks, &c. - ib.

17 Limitation of excess ol debts above monies paid in - ib.

18 When Directors personally liable, Sic. - - ib.

19 No bills to be issued under 10s - - - - 480

20 Restraints imposed ------ ib.

21 Shares in what manner transferrable - - - ib.

22 What bills or obligations assignable- . ib.

23 Bills or notes negotiable . .. - - - ib.

24 Cashier and Clerk to give security - - - - ib.
26 Limitation of per centage on loans, &c. - - - 481

26 Further provisions as to Directors •* ib.

27 Bank to be established in Kingston - ib.

28 Provisions as to Branches, ----- ib.

29 in case of refusal of payment - - - ib.

30 Annual returns to be made to Parliament ib.

31 Act declared public - 482

32 Non-user before 1st January, 1821, not to be a cause of for-

feiture of Incorporation ------ ib.

BANKRUPT LAWS Not introduced into this Province - - 4

BARGAIN AND SALE. 1 Registry of Deeds of . ------ 83

2 Form of Memorial to be registered (See Register Office.) ib.

BARRISTERS.. {See Law Society.) ,

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BEEF AND PORK. j Inspectors o£ to be appointed - 203

2 Oath of - - - . - - - - ib.

3 Not to be dealers in Beef or Pork - - - ib.

4 Quality of Beef to be packed ..... jD.

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5 Manner of sorting - T 203

-6 Barrels to be branded , 20.4

7 Mode of pickling Beef - ib.

8 Quality and size of Barrels for packing of Beef ib.

9 Manner in which Barrels to be branded - - ib.

10 Inspector not to act out of his own District - - ib.

11 Penalty for neglecting or refusing to inspect ib.

12 Fees to Inspector - - ib.

13 Penalty for negligence or fraud in inspecting - - 205

14 for intermixing Beef or Pork after branded ib.

15 for counterfeiting brand marks - - ib.

16 Quality and size of Barrels for packing Pork ib.

17 Quality of Pork to be packed, and manner of sorting it ib.

18 Manner of pickling it - ----- ib.

19 Certificates to be given by Inspector 206

20 No person compellable to have Beef or Pork inspected ib.

21 Fines and forfeitures, how recoverable and to be disposed of ib.

22 Time for commencing actions for any thing done in pursu-

ance of 45th Geo. 3d, c 8 - ib.

BILLETS. (See Militia, No. 85, 86, 87, 88. J

BILLIARD TABLES. i £40 to be annually paid for Licence to keep 280

2 Form of Licence - - ib.

3 Form of requisition - - - ib.
• 4 Dates and expiration of Licences - - - - ib.

5 Fee to Inspector therefor - - - - 281

6 When monies collected are to be paid by Inspector to Re-

ceiver General - - - ib.

7 How fines and forfeitures are to be applied ib.

BILLS OF EXCHANGE. I Persons forging foreign Bills, &c. guilty of single felony 276

2 How punished - ib.

3 No person to make Plates for Foreign Bills, nor write, or

print them, &c. without written authority ib.

4 Punishment therefor - - - 277

5 Persons indicted not allowed to traverse - - ib.

6 Certificate of former conviction evidence on trial for second

offences - - - - - - - - ib.

7 Houses, &c. of suspected persons may be searched 278

8 Limitation of actions and costs ----- ib.

9 Ordinance 17th Geo. 3d, relating to Bills of Exchange re-

pealed - - - ... 299

10 Damages and Interest allowed on Foreign Bills protested ib.

11 Ditto on inland Bills, Notes, &c. protested ib.

12 Expenccs of Protest, by whom to be paid - - 300
33 Interest on loans of money fixed at 6 per cent. ib.

BOARD OF EDUCATION. (See Schools.)

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BOATS. Boats, &c. may be taken for Government purposes in cases

of emergency , - - - r - - - - 255

BONDS. 1 Bonds or other contracts, wherein a greater interest is re-
served than 6 per cent, illegal - 300
2 To be given by Auctioneers - - - - - 407
(See Probate and Surrogate.)

BOUNDARY LINES. 1 Monuments to be placed at the corners of each Township

and Concession - - - - "- - 109

2 Lines therefrom to be the permanent boundary lines of such

Township and Concession ----- ib.

3 To be under the inspection and order of the Surveyor Genl. 110

4 Effect of such boundary lines ----- ib.

5 Capital felony to pull down such monuments - - ib.

6 How Surveyor General shall proceed - - - ib.

7 Application for erection of monuments to be made to Quar-

ter Sessions by 30 freeholders - ib.

8 Expences of, how defrayed - - - - - ib.

9 How proportion of expences collected in cases where per-

sons do not reside within the Township 110-11

10 What to be the unalterable boundary lines of Townships,

Concessions, and Lots - - - - - - 437

11 Course and division of side lines and how to be run 438

12 What shall be considered the front of each Concession 439
12 How side lines of Lots ascertained when patents have

issued embracing several ----- ib.

14 What to be done when original posts are lo6t - - ib.

BRIDGES. 1 From what funds to be constructed and repaired 18

2 Width of - 266

3 Penalty for destroying . - - - - 268

(See Highways.)

BROCK, SIR ISAAC £1000 granted to erect a monument to the memory of 338

BURFORD. Addition to Township of 119

CAPIAS. 1 First process on an indictment ... - > . 324

2 When and where returnable - 325
(See Outlaivry.) -

CARLTON. County of - - 1T6

CATTLE. (See Horned Cattle.)

CAUSES. Above forty shillings, how tried ----- 6
Cavalry. (See Militia, No. 69.)

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CHAIRMAN OF QUAR. 1 May take acknowledgement of Bar of Dower

282
TER SESSIONS,
2 Fees to

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CHAPIN, ABNER

Act to afford relief to - - - - - - 485
CHILDREN.

(See Widows, Orphans.)
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. (See Marriage.)
CHURCH WARDENS. Appointment and powers of

. . . . 15
(See Slaves, No. 10.)
CIVIL ADMINISTRA- 1 £2500 granted annually to defray the expences of
TION.

2 £4815 granted to defray charges of Civil Government for the
year 1819

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CLAIMS.

1 To real property, or contracts or securities executed pre-

vious to the Act of 32d Geo. 3d, c 1, not affected thereby

in its repeal of part of 14th Geo. 3, c 83
2 Under Heir and Devisee Act (See Heirs and Devisees.)

(See Forfeited Estates.)

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1 The word “Clergy” shall be intended to be meant by the

word “Clergyman" in certain Deeds of Grant
2 Such Deeds to be valid in securing the rights of the Crown,

Clergy, and Subject respectively
3 Need not serve in Militia

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CLERK OF THE CROWN

To keep an Office in each District

CLERK OF THE PEACE. 1 Assessors returns to be transmitted to (See No. 17.)

2 To record certain Marriages (See Marriage.).
3 To deliver yearly to Sheriffs a list of Jurors duly classed
4 Penalty in case of neglect
5 To enregister Recognizances entered into by Innkeepers
6 And lay same before Quarter Sessions (See Parish and

Town Officers ) - -
7 Fees to, on barring of Dower
8 Fees to, on Certificates to Ministers of Church of Scotland,
to authorise their Marrying

. 113
9 To certify notices of claims under Heir and Devisee Act 196-242
10 Fee therefor
11 To read 45th Geo. 3, c 2, at every Quarter Sessions

198
12 Fees allowed to in Quarter Sessions
13 How paid

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14 To transmit Sheriff a list of persons assessed for £200 246
15 To transmit copies of Assessment Rolls to Collectors

295
16 And account of Assessments to Governor
17 To receive Assessment List from Assessor

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COINS.

1 What Gold and Silver Coins to be deemed a legal tender 85
2 Specification, value, and respective weights of such Gold
- Coins (See No. 16.)

- - - 85, 261
-3 Of Silver Coins

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4 Counterfeiting or falsifying such Current Coins shall be

deemed felony
5 Or knowingly importing such counterfeit or falsified Coins
6 Punishment for knowingly uttering or tendering false and
counterfeit money S e

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7 Second offence felony
8 Punishment for importing false and counterfeit brass or
copper money, to sell or pass

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87
9 Such brass or copper money to be seized and defaced, and
i one moiety thereof to belong to His Majesty, and the other

to the Informer

10 Tender in copper money limited to one shilling in one pay-
M o m ent

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- 11 Suspected pieces of money may be broken, cut, or defaced ib.

12 By whom the loss arising thereby shall be borne
! 13 Questions arising thereupon to be decided by a Justice of

the Peace
-14 Counterfeit gold or silver Coin produced in a Court of Jus-

tice, how disposed of
15 Ordinance of 17th Geo.3, for regulating the Currency repealed ib.
16 Weight and Rates of gold Coin which shall pass current 261
17 Allowance on each grain over or under the standard

ib.
- -18 Regulations when gold is weighed in bulk

ib.
19 Table of weights

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COLLECTORS OF CUS- 1 Governor may appoint Collectors (See No. 8.) - - 136
TOMS.
2 Their duties

- - - ib.
3 To report all entries and account
TOP 4 May appoint Deputies

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5. Allowance to

- - - - ib.
. 6 Security to be given by

- - - ib.
D YO Hours of attendance by

- - - 137
8 May be appointed by Governor

- - - 156

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