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the inhabitants of any of the said last mentioned Counties in aid and support of any Grammar School within the same, shall be borne, paid or subscribed by the Master or Usher of such School.

17. From and after the first day of January one thousand eight hundred and thirty, no beneficed Clergyman of the Established Church, or Minister of any other sect or denomination of Christians, having the spiritual charge of any Parish or Congregation, shall be eligible, or be appointed Master or Usher of any Grammar School in any of the said last mentioned Counties.

18. All those persons who have at any time been appointed Trustees and Directors of any Grammar Schools onder and by rirtue of the prorisions of the hereinbefore last recited Acts, shall remain and continue iu offi :e, and the rules, ordi. nances, regulations and bye laws by them respectively made and passed, and which have been duly approved of for the government of any Grammar School, shall be construed and taken to be in full force and effect, and in the same manner as if the said Acts had not been repealed.

19. The said Trustees and Directors of the respective Grammar Schools for the said Counties last mentioned, shall be at all times accountable to the Legislature of the Prorince for their conduct and the management of the money to be vested in them hy virtue and in pursuance of this Act.

20 That there be granted to the President and Directors of the Public Grammar School in the City of Saint John, the yearly sum of fifty pounds in addition to the sum ofone hundred pounds now by law granted, the same to be applied to the support of the Master or Usher of the said School, and to defray the contingent expenses thereof.

21. This Act shall be deemed and taken to be a Public Act, and shall be judicially taken notice of as such.

5th WILLIAM 4th--CHAPTER 30. An Act to amend the Law relating to the Puolic Grammar School

in the City of Saint John. Section.

Section. 1 Repeal of Section

2 Public Examinations to be held when.

Passed 17th March 1835. WHEREAS the days for holding the public examinations of the Public Grammar School in the City of Saint John, specified in the sixth Section of an Act made and passed in the forty fifth year of the Reign of King George the Third, intituled An Act for encouraging and extending Literature in this Province, are found inconvenient;

Be it therefore en ictel, 8:— 1. That the said sixth Section of the said Act be and the sam: is hereby rep-aled.

2. The President and Directors of the said Public Grammar Sihvol in th> City of Siint John, shall hold public visita tions and examinations of the said School twice in everyyear, on such days as the said President and Directors may prescribe and appoint by any bye law or regulation for that purpose to be made.

6th WILLIAM 4th-CHAPTER 10.

An Act in aldition to an Act intituled An Act for the endowment of

King's College at Fredericton, in the Province of New Brunsicick,
and also to make new provisions for the establishment and support of
Grammar Schools throughout the Province.
Section 1.-Grammar School provisions extended to Carleton.

Passed 8th March 1836. WHEREASin and by the seventh Section of an Act intituled An Act for the endowment of King's College in the Province of New Brunswick, and also to make new provisions for the establishment and support of Grammar Schools throughout the Province it is enacted, that IIis Excellency the Lieutenant Gor. ernor or Commander in Chief for the time being, by and with the advice and consent of His Majesty's Council, be authorized and empowered to appoint during pleasure, and to remove as he shall see fit, three or more fit and proper persons in the several Counties of this Province, the Counties of York and Charlotte, and the City and County of Saint John excepted, to be Trustees and Directors of Grammar Schools in each of the said Counties, except the aforesaid, and for which they shall be respectively appointed : Aud whereas also in and by the thirteenth Section of the said Act it is further enacted, that the sum of one hundred povuds annually shall be included in the estimate of the ordinary expenses of the Province for each of the following Counties, that is to say, the Counties of Northumberland, Sunbury, Westmorland, Glouces:er, Kent, and Queen's and King's Counties; which said sum of one hundred pounds shall be granted annually for the payment of the Masters thereof respectively, the same to be drawn on the certificate of the Trustees and Directors in farour of the person or persons entitled thereto: And whereas it is expedient to extend the provisions of the said Sections to the new County of Carleton ;

Be it therefore enacted, g-c.-1. The two said Sections of the aforesaid Act shall hereafter be construed to extend to the said County of Carleton, in like manner as if the same had been particularly mentioned therein, any thing in the said Sections to the contrary notwithstanding; subject nevertheless to all the provisions, restrictions and limita. tions to which the other Counties in this Province are liable to by virtue of the said Act.

1st VICTORIA-CHAPTER 20. An Act relating to the Grammar Schools of King's and Queen's Counties. Section.

Section. 1 What not to extend to King's and 2 Examinaticns of, when to be held, Queen's Counties.

and how.

Passed 9th March, 1838. WHEREAS by the eleventh Section of an Act intituled An Act for the endowment of King's College at Fredericton, in the Province of New Brunswick, and also to make new provisions for the support of Grammar Schools throughout the Province, it is enacted, that the said Trustecs and Directors shall hold public visitations and examinations of the said Schools twice in each and every year, that is to say, on the first Monday in May and the first Monday in November: And whereas the days so appointed are found inconvenient for holding the said public visitations and examinations of the Grammar Schools of King's and Queen's Counties; for remedy whereof,—

Be it therefore enacted fc.--1. From and after the passing of this Act, the said elerenth Sectiou of the said above men. tioned Act shall not be considered as of any force or effect, 80 far as the same relates to the Grammar Schools of King's and Queen's Counties.

2. From and after the passing of this Act, the Trustees and Directors of the Grammar Schools of King's and Queen's Counties shall hold public visitations and examinations of the said Grammar Schools of said Counties twice in each and every year, that is to say, on such day as they the said Trustees and Directors may appoint within one week previous to the Midsummer vacation, and on such day as they the said Trustees and Directors may appoint within one week previous to the Ch:istmas vacation ; prorided always, that the said Trustees and Directors shall gire due notice of such days so appointed by them as days for the visitation and examination of such Grammar Schools at least once in each and every year, such notice to be published previous to the first day of May in each and erery year, in' some Newspaper published in King's or Queen’s County, or in failure of any Newspaper being published therein, then in some Newspaper published in the City of Saint John.

2nd VICTORIA - CHAPTER 16. An Act to authorize the Presiilent anal Directors of the Public Grammar School in the City of Saint John to grant Leases with Coven

ants for renewal. Section.

Section. 1 Who may grant Leases, of what, 2 What rent to be reserved. and in what manner.

Passed 23rd March 1839. Be it enacted, fc.-1. The President and Directors of the Public Grammar School in the City of Saint John, and their successors, shall be and they are hereby fully authorizeć and empowered to make and grant any lease or leases of any land now belonging,or which may hereafter belong to them, in the said City or any part or parts thereof, for such term, or terms of years, and with such covenants for renewing the same at the expiration of the term, and granting a further lease or leases thereof to the lessees or thóir assigns, and with such other covenants, conditions and prorisos, as to them may appear expedient and for the advantage of the said Corporation ; and that every such lease so to be made and granted by the said President and Directors, with covenants for renewal therein inserted, shall be good, valid and effectual in the law, and binding on the said Corporation, their successors and assigns.

2. Prorided always, that in erery such lease so to be made and granted by the said President and Directors, or their successors, a fair adequate yearly rent shall be reserved payable by balf-yearly payments to the said President and Directors, and their successors, during the continuance of the original term for which such may be granted, and any renewal or extension thereof.

3rd VICTORIA-CHAPTER 10. An Act to provide for the establishment of a Gra:n:nır School in the

County of Restigouche
Section 1.-'irammar School provisions exten led to Restigouche.

Passed 25th March 1840. WHEREAS in and by the seventh Section of an Act intitu. led An Act for the endowment of King's College in the Province of New Brunswick, and also to make new provisions for the establishment and support of Grammar Schools throughout the Province, it is enacted, that His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor or Commander in Chief for the time being, by and with the advice and consent of His Majesty's Council, be authorized and empowered to appoint during pleasure, and to remove as he shall see fit, three or more fit and proper persons in the several Counties in this Province, the Counties of York and Charlotte, and City and County of Saint John, excepted, to be Trustees and Directors of the Grammar Schools in each of the said Counties, except the aforesaid, and for which they shall be respectively appointed: And whereas also in and by the thirteenth Section of the said Act it is further enacted, that the sum of one hundred pounds annually shall be included in the estimate of the ordinary expenses of the Province for each of the following Counties, that is to say, the Counties of Northumberland, Sunbury, Westmorland, Gloucester, Kent, and Queen's and King's Counties; which said sum of one hundred pounds shall be granted annually for the payment of the Masters thereof respectively, the same to be drawn on the certificate of the

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