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Trustees and Directors in favor 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 Restigouche ;

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

9th VICTORIA--CHAPTER 60. An Act in amendment of the Laws now in force relating to Grammar

Schools. Section.

Section 1 What required to be taught in 4 Schools, by who.n examined, and Grainmar Schools.

what Report to make. 2 What average number of pupils to 5 What Registers, &c., to be transatten l.

mi:ted, and to whom ; effect of 3 What Register to be kept. Copy deficiency in nuinbers, &c. furnished to whom.

6 Commencement, &c. of Act.

Passed 14th April 1846. WHEREAS it appears that the benefits derired from some of the Guammar Schools are not commensurate with the large sums of mones granted for their support ;-

Be it therefore enacted, fc.-1. From and after the passing of this Act, the Scholars in the several Grammar Schools in this Province shall be taught Orthography, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, English Grammar, Geography, English i'ompo. sition, Ancient and Modern History, Natural History, Natu. ral Philosophy, thy practical branches of the Mathematics, the use of the Globes, the Latin and Greek Languages, and such other useful learning as may be found necessary.

2. In every such Grammar School there shall be an are. rage number of fifteen S:holars over ten years of age in daily attendance, and the following branches of Education shall be taught in the said Schools respectively: English Grammar, English Composition, Ancient and Modern History, Natural History, Natural Philosophy, Arithmetic, Geography, the i

use of the Globes, Latin, Greek, and the practical branches of Mathematics.

3. It shall be the duty of the Master of every such Grammar School to keep a true and correct Register of the names and ages of the sereral Scholars, and daily to mark therein the presence or absence of each Scholar, as the case may be, and to furnish the Trustees and Directors of such Grammar School, semi-annually, with a true copy of the same, and also with a Return pointing out the ayerage number in daily attendance, with the several branches of education taught to each Scholar.

4. It shall be the duty of the Trustees and Directors of the several Grammar Schools to examine andinspect the same at least once in every six months, and to make a Report of every such.examination · which Report shall set forth the Master's name, age, religious profession, and whether inarried or single—the books and apparatus used in School-the branches of education actually taught—the size, fitness and condition of the building, and suitableness of the furniture

-the nature and extent of the religious instruction—the mode of discipline-the inanner of teaching the sereral branches of education--the general state and condition of the School, with such otherinformation as may be necessary and proper.

5. It shall further be the duty of the said Trustees and Directors, and they are hereby required to transmit semiannually to the Office of the Provincial Secretary, all such Registers, Returns, and Reports, for the information of the Government, and for the inspection and examination of the General Assembly; and if it shall at any time appear from such Registers, Returns, and Reports, that any Grammar School is in any respect deficient and short of the herein. before prescribed requirements, then and in such case it shall and may be lawful for the Lieutenant Governor or person administering the Government for the time being, by and with the ad rice and consent of Her Majesty's Executive Council, to reduce the annual allowance for such Grammar School in their discretion, so that the same shall in no case be less than fifty pounds per aunum to avy one School.

6. Every part of this Act sball, after the passing thereof, bu and continue iu full force and effect any other law usage or custoin to the contrary votwithstanding.

10th VICTORIA-('HAPTER 8.

An Aci to provide for the establishment of a Gramomar School in the

County of Albert.

Section 1.-Griminar School provisions extended to Albert.

T'assed 12th March 1847. WHEREAS in and by the serenth Section ofan 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 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 th: 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 Trustees and Directors in favonr 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 Albert ;

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

13th VICTORIA-CHAPTER 21. An Act to provide for the establishment of a Grammar School in the

County of Victoria.
Section 1.--Granimar School prorisions extended to Victoria.

Passed 26th April 1850. WHEREAS in and by the seventh 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 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, aad 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 as 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 Trustees and Directors in favour 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 Victoria ;

Be it therefore enacted, &c.-1. The said two Sections of the aforesaid Act shall hereafter be construed to extend to the said County of Victoria, 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 and limitations which the other Counties in this Province are liable by virtue of that Act,

24th VICTORIA-CHAPTER 15.

An Act relating to Grammar and Superior Schools. Sections 3 & 5-The Governor in Council may app int persons to examine

and report ; exception.

Passed 12th April 1861. Be it enacted, 8c.—3. The Governor in Council may from time to time appoint such person or persons as he may deem necessary, to examine and report upon the Grammar Schools.

5. The Collegiate School, Fredericton, and Grammar School, Saint John, to be exempted from the operation of this Act.

30th VICTORIA-CHAPTER 27. An Act relating to Grammar, Superior and Common Schools. Section 1.- When Assistant Teacher may be appointed for Grammar

Schoo's.

Passed 16th June 1867. Be it enacted, &c.—1. Whenever the Trustees of any Grammar School shall make it appear to the Provincial Board of Elucation that one Teacher is insufficient for the number of scholars attending such School, the Board may authorize the Trustees to employ one or more Assistant Teachers; and the Teachers so employed, ifduly qualified, shall be entitled to receive the same Prorincial allowance as if they were employed in a Parish School.

REVISED STATUTES----TITLE XVII, CHAPTER 96. OF THE SURVEY AND EXPORTATION OF LUMBER. Seection.

Section. 1 Lumber exported before survey, 9 Regulations as to marking; penalty.

fees, &c. 2 Appointment of Surveyors, &c. 10 Fees, by whom payable, and pro3 Duties of Surveyors. Disputes, ceedings when lumber unmer. how settled.

chantable. 4 Surveyors neglecting duty; 11 Regulations as to lumber afloat penalty.

proving unmerchantable. 5 Specification for inerchantable 12 Penalties. square timber.

13 Limitation of actions, and appli. 6 for Saw Logs.

cation of penalıy. 7 For Deals and Pattens, &c. 8 When upinerchantable may be

exported.

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