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ances of the Judges and other public functionaries and officers, hereinafter mentioned, and the indemnity to the members of the Senate and House of Commons: Therefore Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada, enacts as follows:

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Enactments of 1. So much of the Act passed in the thirty-first year of
V., C. 33. Her Majesty's reign and intituled, “An Act respecting the

Governor-General, the Civil List, and the salaries of certain
Public Functionaries,” and of the Act passed in the session

held in the thirty-second and thirty-third years of Her 32, 33 V. 6. 20 Majesty's reign and intituled, “ An Act to amend the Act thirty

first Victoria, chapter thirty-three, and to make further provi

sion with respect to the salaries and travelling allowances of 35 V. c. 20 the Judges," and of the Act passed in the thirty-fifth year of inconsistent Her Majesty's reign and intituled, " An Act further to amend herewith repealed.

the Act 31 Victoria chapter 33,” as fixes the salary and allowances of any judge, public functionary or officer hereinafter mentioned otherwise than the same is or are fixed by this Act, or as may be in any wise inconsistent with the provisions of this Act, is hereby repealed.

sion Victorian and inc.cond of the And the salat respect year

the Judges respecte in thirty

Salaries of Ministers.

2. The salaries of the following Ministers, Members of the
Queen's Privy Council for Canada, shall be as follows, viz. :-
The Minister of Justice and Attorney
General. .........

..... $7,000 per annum.
The Minister of Militia and Defence... 7,000
The Minister of Customs........ 7,000
The Minister of Finance......

7,000
The Minister of Public Works .......... 7,000
The Minister of Inland Revenue........ 7,000
The Minister of the Interior............ 7,000
The President of the Queen's Privy
Council ...........

7,000
The Minister of Marine and Fisheries 7,000
The Postmaster-General............. 7,000
The Minister of Agriculture............. 7,000
The Secretary of State of Canada..... 7,000
The Receiver-General...................... 7,000

And the Member of the Queen's Privy Council holding the recognized position of First Minister shall receive, in addition, one thousand dollars per annum, commencing from 1st January, 1873.

Salaries of Lt. 3. The salaries of the Lieutenant-Governors of the several

Provinces shall be as follows, viz. :

Grernors.

The Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec. $10,000 per annum,
The Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. 10,000 ,
The Lieutenant-Governor of Nova

Scotia............

9,000

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5. The Salaries of the Judges of the Court of Queen's Of Jadges in

as the Province Bench, Chancery and Common Pleas in the Province of the

rovince 05 of Ontario. Ontario, shall be as follows, viz. :

The Chief Justice of the Court of
Queen's Bench

........

............ $6,000 per annum. Two Puisné Judges of the said Court, each.........

..... 5,000 The Chancellor.

6,000
Two Vice-Chancellors, each.............. 5,000
The Chief-Justice of the Court of
Common Pleas........

6,000
Two Puisné Judges of the said Court,
each...
........................ 5,000

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And to the present presiding Judge of the Court of Error and Appeal for the said Province, there shall be paid in addition to his present allowance as such, a further allowance of one thousand dollars per annum, that sum being equal to the increase hereby made to the salary of the Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench, the office theretofore held by the said prosiding Judge.

6. Relates to Nova Scotia.

7. The travelling allowances of each of the Judges mentioned Travelling alin the four next preceding sections, shall be, as at present, such lowances of

said Judges. as may be allowed him by the Governor in Council.

This section is apparently incorrect. The travelling allowances had been fixed by Statute 32, 33 V. c. 8.

8. Relates to Manitoba.
9. Relates to British Columbia.

10. Except in the County of York, in the Province of On- Salaries and tario, and the County of St. John, in the Province of New allowaneer of

County Court Brunswick, the salary of each County Court Judge to be here- Judger in after appointed, shall be two thousand dollars per annum, with Ontario and

New Bruns. two hundred dollars for travelling expenses; and the salary of ik any County Court Judge, or of the Judge of the District of Al.

goma, hereafter appointed, or heretofore appointed and having heretofore received a salary less than two thousand four hundret dollars per annum, shall, after a period of three years of service as such County Court Judge, be two thousand four hundred dollars per annum, with the travelling allowances aforesaid ; and in each of the said Counties of York and St. John, the salary of any County Judge hereafter appointed shall be two thousand four hundred dollars, with two hundred dollars for travelling expenses; and the salary of the present Judge of the County Court of the County of St. John shall be the sum last aforesaid, the salary of the present Judge of the County Court of the said County of York remaining as it now. is:

unior Judges. The salary of each Junior Judge of a County Court in either

of the said Provinces shall be two thousand dollars per annum, with two hundred dollars for travelling expenses.

From what time the increases shall take effect.

11. The several increases of salaries, and other changes made by the foregoing sections of this Act, shall take effect from and after the first day of January in the present year one thousand eight hundred and seventy-three, and the increased salaries shall be payable in the same manner, out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of Canada, as provided by the Act first hereinbefore cited with respect to the salaries therein mentioned.

12. This Section was repealed by 37 V., c. 4, sec. 8. lated to Retiring allowances of County Judges.

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Act 31 V., c. 3. 13. The Act passed in the thirty-first year of Her Majesty's

reign, and intituled “ An Act relating to the Indemnity to Members and the Salaries of the Speakers of both Houses of Parliament,” is hereby amended as follows, viz :

New section in (1.) The first section of the said Act is hereby repealed and place of sec. the tion 1.

the following substituted for it, as the first section of the said Act,—

“In each session of Parliament there shall be allowed to each Member of the Senate and House of Commons, attending at such session, ten dollars for each day's attendance, if the session do not extend beyond thirty days; and if the session extends beyond thirty days, then there shall be payable to each Member of the Senate and House of Commons attending at such session a sessional allowance of one thousand dollars, and no more."

Sections 2 and (2). The deductions to be made under the second and fifth 5 amended. sections of the said Act, shall be made at the rate of eight dol

lars per day, instead of five dollars as provided by the said sections.

(3.) The words “ten dollars ” shall be substituted for the sections 3 and words “ six dollars” whenever the last mentioned words occur 5 amended. in the third and fifth sections of the said Act.

(4.) The said amendments shall apply to the present session To apply to

de present of Parliament; and if in the said present session either House Sessio should adjourn for a longer period than thirty days, such ad- Case of adjournment shall for the purposes of the said Act as hereby jou amended, be equivalent to a prorogation.

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14. The twelfth section of the Act last aforesaid is hereby New section in repealed and the following substituted for it as the twelfth sec- place of

section 12. tion of the said Act,

" The following salaries shall be payable to the officers hereinafter mentioned respectively:

To the Speaker of the Senate the sum of four thousand dollars per annum;

To the Speaker of the House of Commons the sum of four thousand dollars per annum-”

And the said section as so amended shall take effect from the From what first day of January in the present year, one thousand eight time to take hundred and seventy-three.

effect.

15. The other provisions of the Act last aforesaid shall apply Former Acts to the sums mentioned in this Act in like manner as they did to apply to to those for which they are hereby respectively substituted.

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16. This section which related to re-adjusting salaries of civil servants is effete.

37 VICT. CAP. 4.

An Act to amend the Act thirty-sixth Victoria, chap

ter thirty-one, for the re-adjustment of the
Salaries of Judges and other purposes.

[Assented to 26th May, 1874.] I N amendment to the Act passed in the thirty-sixth year of

of Preamble. Her Majesty's Reign, intituled “ An Act for the re-adjustment of the Salaries and allowances of the Judges and other

V., c. 31.

Public Functionaries and Officers, and of the indemnity to the Members of the Senate and House of Commons," Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada, enacts as follows:

1-5. These Sections do not relate to Ontario.

Salaries of 6. The salary of the Chief Justice of Appeal in Ontario shall
Chief Justice be six thousand dollars per annum, and the salaries of the three
and Judges in
Appeal,

additional Judges to be appointed in pursuance of the Act of the Ontario. Legislature of the Province of Ontario, passed in its now last

session, as Justices of the Court of Error and Appeal for the said Province, shall be five thousand dollars each per annum ; which salaries shall be payable from the time of their appointment, respectively.

Salaries, how paid.

7. The salaries mentioned in this Act shall be paid out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of Canada, as the salaries mentioned in the Act hereby amended.

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Section 12 of 8. The twelfth Section of the Act of 1873, thirty-sixth 36 V., c. 31 Victoria, chapter thirty-one, is hereby repealed, and in case any repealed.

Judge of a County Court, in either of the Provinces of Ontario, allowance to New Brunswick or Prince Edward Island, becomes, after having in Ontario, aridges continued in such office of Judge of a County Court, in either of

com Now Bruns the said Provinces for fifteen years, or upwards, afflicted with

some permanent infirmity, disabling him from the due execution Island.

of his office, or in case he should have continued in such office of Judge of a County Court, in either of the said Provinces, for twenty-five years or upwards, then in case such Judge resigns his office, Her Majesty may, by letters patent, under the Great Seal of Canada, reciting the state of the case, grant such County Judge an annuity equal to two-thirds of the annual salary of which he was in receipt at the time of his resignation, to continue thenceforth, during his natural life, and be payable pro ra a for any period less than a year during such continuance, out of any unappropriated moneys forming part of the

Consolidated Revenue Fund of Canada ; and if any person reAs to Retired ceiving a retiring allowance or annuity under any previous Act, Judges ap- or under the said Act or the present Act, or any Act amending pointed to

it, is or becomes entitled to any salary in respect of any public other offices.

office under the Government of Canada, such salary shall be reduced by the amount of such retiring allowance or annuity.

Act to be con. 9. This Act and the Act hereby amended, with the Acts it strued as one amends, shall be construed as forming ono Act with the Act with those

passed in the thirty-first year of Her Majesty's Reign, intituled * An Act respecting the Governor-General, the Civil List, and the Salaries of certain Public Functionaries.

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