The Revised Statutes of Nova Scotia, 1900, Volume 2

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Commissioner of Public Works and Mines, Queen's Printer, 1900 - Law

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Contents

Of the Sale of Drugs and Medicines
199
Of the Study of Anatomy
205
0f Religious Congregations and Societies
214
TITLE XVII
220
Of the Property of Married Women
233
Of Conveyances of Real Property by Married Women
245
Of Dower
249
Of Guardians and Wards
251
Of the Prevention anul Punishment of Wrongs to Children
254
Of Apprenticeships
256
Of the Transfer of Immigrant and Orphan Children
259
Of the Prevention of the Use of Tobacco and Opium by Minors
260
Of the Maintenance and Reform of Juvenile Offenders
261
Of the Custody of Infants
262
Of the Adoption of Children
263
Of the Licensing of Boardinghouses for Infants Under Twelve Years of Age
267
Of the Closing of Shops and the Hours of Labour therein for Children and Young Persons
268
Of the Custody and Estates of Lunatics
271
Of the Guardianship and Care of Inebriates
277
TITLE XVIII
282
Of Joint Stock Companies
287
СНАР PAGE 43 Of Public Charities
321
Of the Nova Scotia Hospital
323
Of the Victoria General Hospital
337
Of Local Lunatic Asylums
339
Of Local Hospitals
343
Of Sanitariums and the Treatment of Persons Suffering from Tuber cular Disease of the Lungs
344
Of the Inspector of Humane and Penal Institutions
347
Of the Relief of the Poor
349
Of the Maintenance of Bastard Children
355
Of Certain Provisions respecting the Contracts of Corporations
363
Of Library Associations and Institutes
364
Of Cemetery Companies
366
52 Of Public Instruction
371
Of Incorporated Sureties for Officials
374
Of the Acceptance Holding and Transfer of Property by Religious and Charitable Corporations
375
TITLE XIX
377
Of the Registry of Deeds
382
Of Necessary Private Ways
390
139 Of Wills
393
Of the Descent of Real and Personal Property
401
Of the Education of Deaf or Deaf Mute Persons
404
Of the Education of the Blind
405
TITLE XXI
406
0f Compulsory Attendance at Schools in Towns
408
Of the Encouragement of Agriculture
417
TITLE XXII
418
Of the Annual Provincial Exhibition
423
Of the Encouragement of Agricultural and Technical Education
425
59 Of the Nova Scotia Farmers Association
427
Of the Registration of Horses for Breeding Purposes
429
Of the Protection of Sheep
430
Of the Protection of the Growth of Cranberries
433
Of the Prevention of Diseases Affecting Fruit Trees
434
Of the Prevention of the Spread of the San Josť Scale
436
Of Factors and Agents
438
Of Cold Storage
440
Of Conditions in Policies of Fire Insurance
442
Of Bills of Lading
448
Of the Apportionment of Rent and other Periodical Payments
449
TITLE XXIII
451
OF MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS
453
Of County Court Judges Criminal Courts
516
Of the Courts of Probate and Procedure therein
517
CHAP PAGE 159 Of Municipal Courts
575
Of Civil Procedure in Justices Courts
592
Of Controverted Elections for Municipalities and Towns and of Corrupt Practices at such Elections
603
Of Summary Convictions
607
Of Assessment
619
Of Juries
652
Of Witnesses and Evidence
675
TABLE OF CONTENTS
676
Of the Encouragement of Manufacturing and Shipbuilding by Exemptions from Taxation
677
Of Notaries Public
683
Of Laying Out and Closing Roads and Landings
684
Of Barristers and Solicitors
689
Of the Expenditure of Provincial Road and Bridge Grants
692
Of Commissioners of Streets and Surveyors of Highways
700
Of Appointment of Counsel for Criminal proceedings
707
Of the Decision of Constitutional and other Provincial questions
709
TITLE XXV
710
Of the Preservation of Roads
714
Of Highway Labour and the Expenditure of Provincial Road and Bridge Grants in certain Municipalities
718
TITLE XXVI
722
Of the Assignment of Dower
730
Of the Sale of Land under Execution
737
Of Liens of Mechanics and Others
742
Of the Use of Roads
744
Of Ferries
745
Of Vessels in the receipt of Subsidies from the Provincial Treasury
746
TITLE XI
747
Of Subscriptions to Public Works
748
Of Exhibition Buildings
749
Of Public Markets
751
Of Fire Escapes
758
Of Tenancies and Distress for Rent
762
Of the Protection of Woods against Fire
764
Of Stray Cattle and Animals going at large
768
Of Overholding Tenants
769
Of Fences and Impounding of Cattle
770
Of Escheating Lands forfeited to the Crown
772
Of Gunpowder and other Explosives
775
Of the Conveying of Timber and Lumber on Rivers and the Removal of Obstructions therefrom
777
TITLE XXVII
778
Of Guide Boards and Roads over Ice
782
Of Actions by and Against Executors and Administrators
783
Of Compensation to the families of Persons Killed by Accident
785
Of the Liability of Employers for Injuries to Workmen
786
Of Actions of Libel in Newspapers
793
Of Securing the Liberty of the Subject
794
Of the Collection of Debts and Imprisonment
797
Of the Relief of Indigent Debtors confined in Jail
814
Of Estreats
822
TITLE XXIX
859
British North America Act 1867
862
Que Illay a
ii
TITLE III
iii
Of Common Fields 478
xxx
Of Coroners
xliii
Of tha Public Service
xciv
Of the appointment of Justices of the Peace
cix
Of Mills and Millers 791
cxxi
Of Constables
clviii

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