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Moneys raised IX. And be it enacted, That the funds derived from the negociation where to be depo- of the Debentures to be issued under this Act, shall, when received, be sited, &c.
deposited by the Chamberlain of the said City for the time being, in some one or more of the Chartered Banks of this Province, on such conditions as the said Common Council shall from time to time agree upon, and only be withdrawn therefrom as they may from time to time be required for the payment of the Debentures, debts and liabilities mentioned in this Act, and to discharge the liabilities that may be incurred in carrying out the improvements contemplated by this Act.
X. And be it enacted, That this Act shall be a public Act.
ACT 16 VIC., CAP. 163.
An Act to provide for the making of certain Annual Returns to the
Government. Whereas it is desirable that the public should be in possession of full information respecting the Revenue and Expenditure of the Municipalities, of all Public Institutions and of every branch of the public service within this Province, the sources from whence derived and the objects for which expended: Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada, constituted and assembled by virtue of and under the authority of an Act passed in the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and intituled: An Act to re-unite the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, and for the Government
of Canada, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, Clerks of Munici- That it shall be the duty of the Clerk of every Township, Village or to make certain. Town in Upper Canada, within one week after the first day of January,
w every year, to make a Return to the Clerk of the County in which
such Municipality is situate, of all the particulars respecting his Municipality for the year then last past, contained in the Schedule marked
A, appended to this Act. County Clerks to II. That the Clerk of every County in Upper Canada shall, before Provincial Secre the first day of February, prepare and transmit to the Provincial
Secretary a Statement of the said particulars respecting all the separate Municipalities within his County, entering each Municipality in a separate line, and the particulars required opposite to it, each in a separate
Returns to County Clerks.
make Returns to
in U. C. and of
Fee Fund to be
column, together with the sum total of all the columns for the whole County, and he shall also make at the same time a Return of the same. particulars respecting his County, as a separate Municipality.
III. That the Clerk of every City in Upper Canada, and the Secre- Clerks of Cities tary, Treasurer or Clerk of the Municipality or Corporation of every Municipalities in County, City, Town, Village, Township or Parish in Lower Canada Returns to Preshall, before the first day of February every year, make a Return to the Provincial Secretary of the same particulars respecting his County, City, Town, Village, Township or Parish.
IV. That the proper Officer shall, before the first day of February, Account of U.C. in every year, furnish the Provincial Secretary with a Statement for furnished to Prothe year then last past of the gross amount received from the Fee Fund in Upper Canada, and of the expenses of the Administration of Justice paid out of the same, together with the excess or deficiency, as the case may be, distinguishing in such Statement the several Cities, Towns, Counties or other Municipalities from and on account of which such sums were received and paid.
V. That the proper Officers shall, on or before the first day of Also Returns of February, every year, return to the Provincial Secretary a Statement in the form given in Schedule B., respecting the Jesuits' Estates, and the Common and Grammar School Funds.
VI. That the Treasurer of any County in Upper Canada shall be Penalty on perauthorized to retain in his hands any moneys payable to any Munici- make such repality, if it shall be certified to him by the Clerk of the County that tur the Clerk of such Municipality has not made the Returns hereinbefore required; and the Receiver General shall be authorized to retain in his hands any moneys payable to any Municipality if it shall be certified to him by the Provincial Secretary that the Clerk of such Municipality has not made the Returns hereinbefore required; and any person hereinbefore required to make any Return by a particular day, who shall fail to make such Return as required, shall be liable to a penalty of not more than Five Pounds, to be paid to the Receiver General for the use of the Province, which penalty may be sued for and recovered by the Crown in any Court of competent jurisdiction.
VII. That the Provincial Secretary shall, within ten days after the Copies to be laid commencement of every session, lay before both Houses of the Legislature a copy of all the Returns hereinbefore required to be made.
Ons failing to
3. Total of rentals of real property. 4. Total of yearly value other than rentals of real property. 5. Total actual value of real property. 6. Total of taxable incomes. 7. Total value of personal property. 8. Total yearly value of personal property. 9. Total amount of assessed value of real and personal property. 10. Total amount of taxes imposed by By-laws of the Municipality. 11. Total amount of taxes imposed by By-laws of the County
Council. 12. Total amount of taxes imposed by By-laws of any Provisional
County Council. 13. Total amount of Lunatic Asylum or other Provincial tax. 14. Total amount of all taxes as aforesaid. 15. Total amount of income collected or to be collected from assess
ed taxes for the use of the Municipality. 16. Total amount of income from licenses. 17. Total amount of income from public works. 18. Total amount of income from shares in incorporated Companies 19. Total amount of income from all other sources. 20. Total amount of income from all sources. 21. Total expenditure on account of roads and bridges. 22. Total expenditure on account of other public works and property. 23. Total expenditure on account of stock held in any incorporated
Company. 24. Total expenditure on account of schools and education, exclusive
of School Trustees' rates. 25. Total expenditure on account of the support of the poor or
charitable purposes. 26. Total expenditure on account of Debentures and interest thereon. 27. Total gross expenditure on account of Administration of Justice
in all its branches. 28. Amount received from Government on account of Administra
tion of Justice. 29. Total nett expenditure on account of Administration of Justice. 30. Total expenditure on account of salaries, and the expenses of
Municipal Government. 31. Total expenditure on all other accounts. 32. Total expenditure of all kinds. 33. Total amount of liabilities secured by Debentures. 34. Total amount of liabilities unsecured. 35. Total liabilities of all kinds. 36. Total value of real property belonging to Municipality.
37, Total value of stock in incorporated Companies owned by Mu
nicipality. 38. Total value of debts due to Municipality, 39. Total amount of arrears of taxes. 40. Balance in hands of Treasurer. 41. All other property owned by Municipality, 42. Total assets,
N. B.-Columns 2 to 9 are the headings of the different columns in the Assessment Rolls, and will vary according to the form of the Assessment Rolls required by Law.
SCHEDULE B. 1. The number of acres of land originally granted and date thereof. Schedule 2. The number of acres sold, rate per acre and amount. 3. Amount of money received, how and where invested. 4. What amount still due on original sales. 5. The amount of capital producing income, and amount of capital
expended without producing income, up to the 31st Decem
ber, of the then last year. 6. The amount of income for the then last year, from what sources,
amount expended and for what purposes, in detail.
ACT 13 & 14 VIC., CAP. 72.
An Act to amend and extend the provisions of an Act passed in the twelfth year of Her Majesty's Reign, intituled, “ An Act to authorize the formation of Joint Stock Companies for the construction of Roads and other Works in Upper Canada.”
Whereas it is expedient and desirable, with a view to the introduc- Preamble. tion of British capital and enterprise into this Province, to amend and extend the provisions of an Act passed in the twelfth year of Her 12 Vic. c. 94. Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Act to authorize the formation of cited. Joint Stock Companies for the construction of Roads and other Works in Upper Canada, and to adapt the same to Rail and Tram Roads, and to enlarge the same so as to enable Companies of Her Majesty's subjects formed in Great Britain or Ireland to take the benefit thereof: Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and of
rail and tram
printed by the stock the Governance Province
in such coin panies.
be appointed in
the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada, constituted and assembled by virtue of and under the authority of an Act passed in the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and intituled, An Act to re-unite the Province of Upper and Lower
Canada, and for the Government of Canada, and it is hereby And extended to enacted by the authority of the same, That the several powers and
"com- privileges in the said recited Act mentioned, as far as the same may be som, applicable, sha'l extend and be considered to apply to roads made of
charcoal and to all Railroads or Tram Roads, whether the same shall be constructed of iron or wood or stone or partly of any of the said materials, and also to all companies formed or to be formed in Great Britain or Ireland, whether chartered, registered or otherwise legally
constituted. Amount of shares II. And be it enacted, That in any such Company, as shall or may
be desirous of acting under the provisions of the said recited Act or this Act, the shares for the purposes of the said Acts, shall be of the same amount as those already mentioned in the charters, deeds of settlement or constitutions of any such Company, instead of the sum of five pounds
in the said recited Act mentioned. Commissioners to III. And be it enacted, That any such Company in Great Britain Upper Canada. or Ireland, desirous of acting under the provisions of the said Acts, or
either of them, shall appoint one or more Commissioners in Upper Canada, who shall have the same powers and privileges, and act in the same manner, as if such Commissioners were directors of such Com
pany, duly elected, and acting under the provisions of the said Acts. One to act as pre- IV. And be it enacted, That any one of such Commissioners shall
be also considered as the presiding Officer and Treasurer of such Company, for the purposes in the second and fourth sections of the said Act mentioned.
V. And be it enacted, That any rail or tram road to be erected or to be subject to made under the provisions of this Act, shall be subject to such super
vision and control by the Governor and Council of this Province, as well as to rates of toll and charges, as to all other matters relating to such rail or tram road, as shall or may at any time be directed by any statute passed or to be passed for the general supervision and control of Rail
roads in this Province. Time for complet- VI. And be it enacted, That for and notwithstanding any thing in the ing any railroad,
twenty-first section of the said recited Act, the time for completing any
Rail or Tram road shall be extended to the period of five years. How suits may. VII. And be it enacted, That any suit, action or proceeding, for any such companies. cause of action arising under or out of the provisions of this Act, shall
sident and treasurer.
Rail or tram road
any general railroad Act.
be brought against