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2 Gaol and Court-House to be erected in
DISTRICTS OF PRO.
DIVISION OF THE PRO- 1 Into Countiesion
assent thereto before any Justice of King's Bench or Quar-
2 Form of certificate thereof
3 Clerk's fees used bano .
- - 238
How their consent, who shall certify, &c.
7 May be barred before Judge of District Court and Chair-
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- - - . 117
J An additional duly of 20s on Licences to retail Spirituous Li-
2 Ditto on Stills - - ... 67-9
3 Like Duties to be levied on Goods and Merchandize import-
ed into this Province from United Slates ol America, for the
use of this Province, as are now levied in Lower Canada 135
4 Ports of Entry and Clearance appointed - - - 136
5 Governor to appoint Collectors - - - ib.
6 Their duties - - ib.
7 To report all Entries, and account - - - ib.
9 Allowance to Collectors ----- ib.
10 Security to be given by thetn ----- ib.
11 Terms of intercourse between this Province and the United
States of America - ib.
12 Peltries, Indians, Ferriage, Goods in transitu - - 137
13 Entry of Boats, Vessels, &c. - ib.
14 Attendance of Collectors - ib.
15 Manner of proceeding on arrival of Boats, Vessels, &c. - ib.
16 Collector to make estimate, and give Certi6cate & Permit 138
17 How to act when Goods from United States are removed
from the Port of Entry after Duties paid and secured ib.
18 Goods to be unladen in open day, unless special licence to
the contrary, under penalty .... 133 9
19 No Goods liable to Duty shall be removed from the place of
landing until weighed, guaged, taled or meted 139
20 Under penalty - - - - - - ib.
21 How Duties paid and secured before unlading Goods ib.
22 How examination of Goods to be made on suspicion of fraud ib.
23 Goods not entered according to the provisions of 41st Geo. 3.
c 5, forfeited 140
24 Directions for Collectors and Deputies to search for Goods
suspected not to be entered - *- - - - ib.
25 Penalty for buying Goods liable to seizure - - ib.
26 Goods not prohibited may be exported Duty free to United
States - - - ib.
27 Collectors and their Deputies may seize as well without as
within their respective Districts - - - ib.
28 Method of recovering penalties and forfeitures - - 141
29 Division thereof - - - ib.
30 Mode of sale of V7essels, Boats, &c. seized and condemned ib.
31 Provisions in cases of actions or prosecutions for things done
under 41st Geo. 3. c 5 - - ib..
32 When seizures to be advertised for sale ... 142
33 Table of Fees to be affixed in Collector's office - - ib.
34 Penalty for taking more than legal Fees - - ib.
35 Names of places where Collectors are to be appointed, and
their respective Districts - ib.
36 The Master or person having command of Vessel, or Agent
for proprietor, or Consignee of GoodSj 10 report - 153
37 What the report shall contain - - - - 159
38 In what cases bonds ehall be entered into ib
39 Condition thereof ib.
40 Permit to be granted - - - ib.
41 In what cases goods, &c. forfeited - ib.
42 To what vessels 43d Geo. 3d, c 2, does not extend 160
43 Vessels bound to Queenston direct-not toTeport at Niagara,
unless they anchor in intermediate distance ib.
44 When duties exceed £20, bond may be taken 161
45 Form thereof - - 166
46 How Custom-Houses erected - - - 162
47 Seizures under £20 to be determined in Quarter Sessions ib.
48 Which shall be final 163
49 But owner of goods, on giving bond, may have case de-
cided in King's Bench - - - - ib.
50 Goods seized may, in certain cases, be delivered up ib.
51 Disputes as to value of goods, how settled ib.
52 Costs of proceedings, how paid - - 165
(See Masters of Vessels.)
53 Duties imposed upon venders of spirituous Liquors by
wholesale - 399-400
54 How to be accounted for 101
55 Duties on Licences to Hawkers and Pedlars 404
56 to Auctioneers and goods sold by 406-7-8
57 to Innkeepers, how regulated 4\7
58 How to be accounted for - 4t€
59 On Light-houses, relief afforded Steam-boat in the payment
thereof . - - - 442
60 Not to be paid at ports where no Light-house i6 erected ib.
61 On certain imports from the United States 445
62 How to bo paid and accounted for 446
63 On American vessels - - - - ■ - ib.
64 Additional duty imposed upon Stills, how levied and ac-
No alteration made in subsisting provisions respecting
Proceeding when actions of Ejectment are brought for Land
Laws of, to be henceforth the rule of decision in contro-
1 County of - - - - -
2 Provisions for performance of Statute labour
1 Rules of, to be regulated by those established in England
2 Exception to, under Commissions of Interrogatories
3 Before Commissioners under Heir and Devisee Act
No. 6—Forfeited Estates, No. 4.)
1 Writ against Lands and Tenements not to include goods and
chattels, nor to issue until return of writ against goods and
chattels - 157
2 Twelve months to intervene between teste and return of writ 158
3 Sheriff* not to sell Lands sooner than twelve months after the
delivery of the writ to him - - - - ib.
4 Plaintiffs may levy poundage and expence of execution
beyond judgment - - - - 258
5 Eight days notice of sale to be given by Sheriff* ib.
6 An inventory of goods seized to be given by Sheriff* before
removal thereof - 289
7 When to issue in Court of Requests - - 349
1 Writ of, when to be awarded - 325
2 Form of - ----- ib.
3 Return of - ... 326
1 Of Commissioners of Court of Requests - - 8
2 Yearly salaries to be allowed to Gaolers in lieu of 12
3 Of Town Clerks and Pound-keepers, to be regulated in
Quarter Sessions - 17
4 Of Officers of Court of Probate and Surrogate 38
5 In Court of King's Bench - - 56-7
6 To Jurors in District Court . 60
7 Table of fees in ditto (See No. 22.) - ib.
8 For licencing Attornies 62
9 On Licences to Distillers 69
10 Of County Registers .... 80
11 On service of process - - 94
12 Of Jurors - - 95
13 Limited as per 34th Geo. 3d c 4, p.60 in District Court 96-470
14 Fees for service of Process in District Court ib.
15 i to Clerk of the Peace in barring of Dower 98
16 On subpoenas and executions in District Court 112
17 To Clerk of the Peace for certificates to Clergymen 113
1 Capital to destroy monuments to mark boundary lines of
1 Sufficiency of, to be within the cognizance of Overseers of
How regulations to be made for the prevention of accidents by
FORFEITED ESTATES. I Governor may appoint Commissioners in whom estates to