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DATE AND SUBJECT

OP ACT.

TITLE.

¿XTENT OF REPEAL.

13 2 G. 4, Ses. 8, Cap. 13, An Act requiring the publication of the expenditure Police Moneys. of moneys raised under any law, establishing a Police in any Town or Towns in this Province

The wbole.

14 2 G. 4, Ses. 2, Cap. 15, An Act to establish a Market in the Town of Perth,
Perth Market.
in the County of Carleton.

The whole 15 4G. 4, Ses. I. Cap. 34. An Act

4, Ses. 1. Cap. 34, An Act to continue and amend an Act passed in the | Niagara Police, &c. fifty-ninth year of His late Majesty's Reign, inti

tuled, * An Act for establishing a Police in the
Town of Niagara, in the District of Niagara, and
for other purposes therein mentioned."

The whole.

16 8 Geo. 4, Cap 14,

Sureet Surveyors.

An Act to amend the Laws now in force for the

appointinent of street Surveyors, so far as relates
to the several Towns in this Province, other than
those in wh.ch the General Quarter Sessions of the
Peace are by law holden.

The whole,

17 1 William 4, Cap.3,

Amherstburgh Wharfage fees.

An Act to establish a Market and to establish Wharf

age Fees in the Town of Arnherstburgh, in the
Western District.

The whole.

19 2 William 4, Cap. 17, An Act to establish a Police in the Town of Brock-
Brockville.
ville, in the District of Johnstown.

The whole.
19 3 William 4, Cap. 16, An Act to define the limits of the Town of Hamilton,
Hamilton,

in the District of Gore, and to establish a Police._
and Public Market therein.

The whole.

20 3 William 4, Cap. 40,

Brockville Market,

An Act to establish a Market in the Town of Brock-
ville.

The whole.

21 4 William 4, Cap. 12, An Act to regulate Line Fences and Water Courses,
Line Fences, &c. and to repeal so inuch of an Act passed in thel

thirty-third year of the Reign of His late Majesty.l
King George the Third, intituled, “An Act to
provide for the nomination and appointment of
Parish and Town Officers within this Province,"
as relates to the Office of Fence Viewers, being|
discharged by Overseers of Highways and Roads The First Section.*

22 4 William 4, Ca

Toronto.

(An Act to extend the limits of the Town of York. tolSections one to ninety-five, in

erect he said Town into a City, and to incorporate clusive, and also the whole it under the name of the City of Toronto,

of Section ninety-six, except the proviso,

23 4 William 4, Cap. 24, An Act to establish a Board of Police in the Town
Belleville.
of Belleville.

The whole.
24 4 Williain 4, Cap. 25, JAn Act to establish a Police in the Town of Corn-
Cornwall.
wall, in the Eastern District.

The whole.
25 4 William 4, Cap. 26, An Act to define the limits of the Town of Port
Port Hope.
Hope, and to establish a Police therein.

The whole.
26 11 William 4, Cap. 27, An Act to incorporate the Village of Prescott, and
Prescott.
to establish an Elective Police therein.

The whole.

7 5 William 4, Cap. 6, An Act to provide for the payment of wages to the

Assessment for Mem- Members of the House of Assembly who represent bers' Indeinnity. | the different Towns in this Province.

The whole.

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DATE AND SUBJECT

OF ACT.

TITLE.

EXTENT OF REPEAL.

31 7 William 4, Cap. 24.

House of Industry.

32 17 William 4, Cap. 39,

Toronto.

An Act to authorize the ere tion, and provide for So much of the first Section

the maintenance of Houses of Industry in the vests any po wers granted several Districts of this Province.

thereby in the Grand Juries or the Magistrates in Quarier

Sessions, or limits the expert
An Act to alter and amend an Act passed in thl diture, and the whole of the

fourth year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled, second Section.
** An Act to extend the limits of the Town of
York, to erect the said Town into a City, and to
incorporate it under the name of the City of
Toronto."

The whole.

33 7 William 4, Cap. 41, An Act to establish two additional Markets in the Toronto Markets. City of Toronto."

The whole.
34 7 William 4, Cap. 42, An Act 10 establish a Police in the Town of
Cobourg.

Cobourg, and to define the limits of the said
Town.

The whole.

35 7 William 4, Cap. 44,

Picton.

An Act to incorporate the Villages of Hallowell and

Picion, by the name of the Town of Picton, and
establish a Police therein.

The whole.

36 1 Vict. Cap. 17,

Assessment Members' Indemnity.

An Act to alter the mode of payment of wages to

Members of the House of Assembly.

The whole.

87 1 Vict. Cap. 21,

Township Officers

38 1 Vict. Cap. 27,

Kingston

An Act to alter and amend sundry Acis regulating Sections one to thirty-one, !

the annointment and duties of Tai
the appointment and duties of Township Officers. clusive, and thirty-ell 1

fifty-one, inclusive.
An Act to incorporate the Town of Kingston, under
the name of the " The Mayor aud Common
Council of the Town of Kingston."

The whole.

An Act to render valid the late Elections for Alder Sections two, three and four. !

men and Councilmen for the Town of Kingston.

39 2 Vict. Cap. 36,

Kingston. 40 2 Vict. Cap. 37,

Kingston.

An Act to amend an Act passed in the first year of

Her Majesty's Reigli, intituled, “ An Act to in.
corporate the Town of Kingston, under the name
of the M: yor and Common Council of the Town
of Kingston."

The whole.

41 12 Vict. Cap. 45,

llamilton Market.

enable the Corporat other purposes the whole.

An Act to establish a Second Market in the Town!

of Hamilton, to enable the Corporation of the said
Town to effect a loan, and for other purposes
thereia mentioned.

42 2 Vict. Cap. 46,

Niagara Market.

An Act to authorize the Trustees of the Market Re-The whole, except so mu

serve in the Town of Niagara, to raise a sum of the second Section as money for certain purposes therein mentioned.

serves any privilrges or advantages to certain Leredes

and Tenants or their Assigns. An Act to define the limits of the Town of London.

in the District of London, and to establish a Board
of Police therein.

The whole.

43 3 Vict. Cap. 31,

London.

44 3 Vict. Cap. 47,

Toronto.

An Act to continue an Act passed in the seventh

year of the RPign of His late Maje.ty, King Wil-
liam the Fourth, intituled. "An Act to alter and
amend an Act passed in the fourth year of His
Majesty's Reigu, intituled. • An Act to extend the
limits of the Town of York, to erect the said
Town into a City, and to incorporate it under the
name of the City of Toronto.'"

The first Section.
SECOND DIVISION.

Acts of the Parliament of the Province of Canada.

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NO.

DATE AND SUBJECT

OF ACT.

TITLE.

EXTENT OF REPEAL.

46 | Vict. Cap. 7, An Act for better defining the limits of the Counties The whole, except Sections one

County and Town- and Districts in Upper Canada, for erecting cer- two, five, seven, eight, nine, sbip Divisions.

tain new Towrships, for detaching Townships ten, eleven, thirteen and fil-
froin some Counties and attaching them to others, teen, together with the Sche-
and for other purposes relative to the division of dules A. and B.
Upper Canada into Townships, Counties and
Districts.

47 8 Vict. Cap. 20, An Act to repeal an Act therein mentioned, and to so much of the firat Section as

Fences and Water provide for the regulation of Line Fences and vests the appointment of
Courses.
Water Courses in Upper Canada.

Fence-Viewers in the In-
habitant Frecholders and

Householders at their an48 18 Vict. Cap. 61, An Act to repeal a certain provision of the Act in- nual meetings. Kingston.

corporating the Town of Kingston, and to provide
for the Assessinent and collection of the District
Taxes in the said Town, by an Assessor and Col.

lector to be appointed by the District Council. The whole.
49 8 Vict. Cap. 62, An Act to incorporate the Town of Niagara, and to
Niagara.
establish a Police therein.

The whole. 50 8 Vict. Cap 63, An Act to incorporate the Town of Saint Catherines. The whole.

St. Catherines. 51 9 Vict. Cap. 40, An Act to amend the Laws relative to District The whole.

Municipal Councils. Councils in Upper Canada,
52 9 Vict. Cap. 46, An Act to amend the Act for defining the limits of
County and District Counties and Districts in Upper Canada.

The whole,
Divisions.
53 9 Vict. Cap. 51, An Act to alter the mode of Assessment in the
Niagara and Queen- Towns of Niagara and Queenston.

The whole.
ston.
54 9 Vict. Cap. 70, An Act to amend the Act of Incorporation of the The whole.
Toronto.

City of Toronto. 65 9 Vict. Cap. 71, An Act to alter and amend the Act of Incorporation The whole. Cobourg.

of the Town of Cobourg.
56 9 Vict. Cap. 72, An Act to amend the Act of Incorporation of the
Cornwall.

Town of Cornwail, and to establish a Town
Council therein, in lieu of a Board of Police. The whole.

57 9 Vict. Cap. 73,

Hamilton.

An Act to alter and amend the Act incorporating
the Town of Hamilton, and to erect the same into
a City.

The whole.
An Act to incorporate the Town of Kingston as a
City.

The whole.

58 9 Vict. Cap. 75,

Kingston.

59 110 & 11 Vict. Cap. 39. An Act to divide the Western District of the Pro-Sections one and two, Sections

Western District Di-l vince of Canada, and for other purposes therein five to nine, inclusive, and vision. mentioned.

Sections thirteen to twentyone, inclusive.

60 10 & 11 Vict. Cap. 41, An Act to establish Lock-up. Houses in the unincor

Lock-up-Houses. 1 porated Towns and Villages of Canada West. Sections one, two and four.* 61 10 & 11 Vict. Cap. 42, An Act to confer limited Corporate Powers on the Towns and Villages. Towns and Villages of Canada West, not specially incorporated.

The whole.
62 10 & 11 Vict. Cap. 43, An Act to define the limits of the Town of Bytown
Bytown.

to establish a Town Council therein, and for
other purposes.

The whole.

63 10 & 11 Vict. Cap. 45, An Act to incorporate the Town of Dundas. Dundas.

Tho whole. 64 10 & 11 Vict. Cap. 46, An Act to amend the tenth Section of the Act to Kingston.

incorporate the Town of Kingston as a City. The whole.
65 10 & 11 Vict. Cap. 47, An Act to provide for an Assessment of real and
Prescott.

personal property in the Town of Prescott, accord-
ing to the annual value on rental thereof, and for
other purposes.

The whole. *No mention of Sec. 3 here, nor in the Saving Schedule, vrde page 113. Sec. 3 is therefore in force.

No.

DATE AND SUBJECT

OF ACT.

TITLE.

EXTENT OF REPEAL.

66 10 & 11 Vict. Cap. 48, An Act to repeal the Act of Incorporation of the
London,

Town of London, and to establish a Town Coun-
cil therein, in lieu of a Board of Police, and for The whole.
other purposes therein mentioned.

67 10 & 11 Vict. Cap. 49, An Act to incorporate the Town of Brantford. The whole.

| Brantford.
68 |Vict. Cap. 12, An Act to amend the Act to incorporate the Town off.
Dundag.
Dundas.

The whole.

SCHEDULE B, Containing a description of the Acts and parts of Acts saved from the operation

of this Act.

FIRST DIVISION.'
Acts of the Parliament of the late Province of Upper Canada.
NO. DATE AND SUBJECT

TITLE.

EXTENT OF SAVING.

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TITLE.

OF ACT.

1 37 Geo. 3, Cap, 10, An Act for the regulation of Ferries.

So much as relates to the duties Ferries.

of persons atte: ding or har ing charge of Ferries, the penalties to be incurred by

them, and the infliction and 2 50 Geo. 3, Cap. 1, An Act to provide for the laying out, amending and recovery thereof. Highways.

keeping in repair the public Highways and Roads
in this Province, and io repeal the Laws now in
force for that purpose.

Sections twelve and thirty-five.
3 14 William 4, Cap. 12, JAn Act to regulate Line Fences and Water Courses,
Line Fences, &c. and to repeal so much of an Act passed in the

the thirty-ihird year of the reign of His late Majes-
ty King George the Third, intituled, “ An Act to
provide for the nomination and appointment of
Parish and Town Officers within this Province,"
as relates to the office of Fence-Viewers being The second and all the subse-
discharged by Overseers of Highways and Roads. quent Sections of the Act.

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An Act to extend the limits of the Town of York, to the proviso to the ninety-sinh

erect the said Town into a City, and to incorpo- section, and the whole of the rate it under the name of the City of Toronto. ninety-seventh sectiou.

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An Act to authorize the erection, and provide for So much of the first Section as

the maintenance of Houses of Industry in the sev- relates to the powers and daeral Districts of this Province.

ties of Inspectors, and also Sections three, four, five, and

six.

oli Vict. Cap 21,

Township Officers.

An Act to alter and amend Sundry Acts regulating the Sections thirty-two, thirtyappointment and duties of Township Officers. three, thirty-four and thirty

five.

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2 Vict. Cap. 36,

Kingston.
2 Vict. Cap. 46,

Niagara Market.

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An Act to authorize the Trustees of the Market Re-So much of the second Section

serve in the Town of Niagara, to raise a sum of as reserves any privileges or money for certain purposes therein mentioned. advantages to certain s

sees and Tenants, or that assigns.

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3 Vict. Cap. 47, An Act to continue an Act passed in the seventh
Toronto.

year of the reign of His late Majesty King William
the Fourth, intituled, " An Act to alter and
amend an Act passed in the fourth year of His
Majesty's Reign, intitulerd, 'An Act to extend the
limits of the Town of York, to erect the said Town
into a City, and 1 incorporare it under the name
of the City of Toronto,"

Section second
* Error.-The Act 4, Wm. 4, Cap. 12, repealed by 8 Vic., Cap. 20, Sec. 19.

limits of i Reign, Posted in the fact to al of the Chix and 3 of York, tó

SECOND DIVISION.
Acts of the Parliament of the Province of Canada.

NO.

DATE AND SUBJECT

OF ACT.

TITLE.

EXTENT OF SAVING.

Division of "Cou

10 8 Vict. Cap.7, An Act for better defining the limits of the Countirs Sections one, two, five, seven, Division of Counties, and Dis' ricts in Upper-Canada, for precting cer- eight, nine, ten, eleven, thir

tain new Townships. for detaching Townships teen and fifteen, together with
from some Counties and attaching them to others, the Schedules A. B.
and for other purposes relative to the division of
Upper Canada into Townships, Counties and
Districts.

11 8 Vict. Cap. 20,

Line Fences.

peal an Act therein mentioned and to The whole, except so much of provide for the regulation of Line Fences and the first Section as vests the Water Courses in Upper-Canada.

appointment of Fence Viewers in the Inhabitant Freeholders and Householders, at their annual meetings.

12 10 & 11 Vict. Cap. 39, An Act to divide the Western District of the Pro-Sections three, four, ten, eleven Western District. vince of Canada, and for other purposes therein and twelve.

mentioned. 13 10 & 11 Vict Cap 41, An Act to establish Lock-up-Houses in the unin- Sections five and six.

Lock-up-Houses. corporated Towns and Villages in Canada West.

Acts and parts of Acts, as in Schedule B, 12 Vic., Cap. 80,

given in full.

FERRIES.

UPPER CANADA ACT, 37 GEO. III, CAP. 10.

An Act for the regulation of Ferries. [By the Municipal Corporations' Repeal Act, 12 Vict. Cap 80, so much of this Act as vests

any powers in the Magistrates in Quarter Sessions is repealed; and so much of it is continued in force as relates to the duties of persons attending or having charge of Ferries,

the penalties to be incurred by them, and the infliction and recovery thereof. Vide as to Ferries, Municipal Corporations' Act, 12 Vic., Cap. 81, Secs. 41, 116 and 145.

Whereas it is necessary for the convenience of His Majesty's Sub- Preamble. jects, that Ferries should be put under proper regulations within this Province: Be it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and Assembly of the Province of Upper Canada, constituted and assembled by virtue of and under the authority of an Act passed in the Parliament of Great Britain, intituled, “ An Act to repeal certain parts of an Act passed in the fourteenth year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Act for making more effectual provision for the Government of the Province of Quebec, in North America, and to make further provision for the Government of the said Province,” and by the authority of the same, That from and after the passing of this Act, it shall and Quarter Sessions may be lawful for His Majesty's Justices of the Peace, in and for the and regulations;

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