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FORM D.-Vide Section 26)

Financial Statement of Statute Labor and Fire District in Town

ship. ..., Range. ..., West of the.... Meridian.

189...

Cash received and from what source

Cash paid out and how expended

I make oath and say this is a true statement, to the best of my knowledge, of the amonnt of money collected by way of commutation or oherwise; how much has been expended thereof, anr in what manner; and the balance remaining in my hands for Statnte Labor and Fire District in Towuship Range..... West of the..

Meridian.

Sworn before me at. this..... ...day of

189

Overseer.

Justice of the Peace.

FORM E.-(Vide Section 26.)

Statement of Unpaid Taxes in Statute Labor and Fire District, in Township Range West of Meridian.

.for the Year 189

| NO. 21 OF 1895.

Name of Owner.

Quantity of Lynd.

Se tion or

part of Section.

Town ship.

Rangr.

Number of

days 18st sjed

Amount of

Taxs
Unpaid.

Owner's P.O. Address.

I certi y that the ab: ve is a true Etaten er t of the Unpaid Taxos n Statute Labor and Fire District in Townsh'n.
Range...
West of the..

Meridian, and that the parties who e names are entered above were notified of their
Asseesment personally or by registered letter, or the

day of

189 Sworn before me et.

this. day of 189.

Overseer. ...Justice of the Peace,

AN ORDINANCE TO FURTHER AMEND

CHAPTER 29 OF "THE REVISED ORDI-
NANCES, 1889," INTITULED “AN ORDI-
NANCE RESPECTING MARRIAGES."

(Assented to 30th September, 1895.)

The Lieutenant-Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the Territories, enacts as follows:

Section 10 repcaled and Rew section substituted

1. Section 10 of Chapter 29 of “The Revised Ordinances of the Territories, 1888," intituled “An Ordinance respecting Marriages,” is hereby repealed and the following section substituted therefor:

10. Every issuer of marriage licenses shall, on the fifteenth day of January, April, July, and October in each year, make a sworn return to the LieutenantGovernor of all licenses issued by him during the preceding three months, with the names of the parties to whom issued, and shall accompany such return with the original affidavit taken in each instance. The said return shall further state the number of unissued licenses in the custody of the issuer, and shall be made in the forin prescribed by the Lieutenant-Governor-inCouncil.”

2. Every Issuer of Marriage Licenses shall, whenreturn of all unused ever called upon by the Lieutenant-Governor-inLicenses when. ever called Council, make a sworn return of all licenses at any

Issuer to make

time supplied to him and shall return all unissued licenses if so required.

upon,

NO. 22 OF 1895.

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND CONSOLI

DATE AS AMENDED THE ORDINANCES
RESPECTING BULLS.

(Assented to 30th September, 1895.)

The Lieutenant-Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the Territories, enacts as follows :

1. This Ordinance shall come into force and take Ordinance not effect only in such portion or portions of the Terri- proclamation tories, and at and from such time or times as the Lieutenant-Governor may designate and fix by order published in the official Gazette of the Territories.

2. No bull of one year old or upwards shall be per- Bulls one year mitted to run at large between the first day of Apalat

Parete and the first day of July in each year in any Stock between April District except in Stock District No. 4 and Townships

Bistriots 46, 47, 48 and 49 in Ranges 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 wert excephed. of the 2nd principal meridian and Townships 46, 47, 48 and 49 in Range I west of the 3rd meridian.

old

3. Except as hereinbefore provided no bu]] of six Balls sia months old or upwards shall be permitted to run at not to run at large in any part of the Territories

capture

4. Any person who finds a bull unlawfully allowed Previsions to to run at large may capture and confine the same, and as soon thereafter as conveniently practicable, shall notify the owner thereof, if known to such captor, and if such owner does not within a reasonable time after receiving such notice, take away such bu'l and pay the captor thereof five dollars for his trouble, and twentyfive cents per day for the keep of the said bull every day the same has been in his custody, such owner shall be liable, on prosecution in a summary way before a Justice of the Peace, to a fine not exceeding twenty

dollars, together with the costs of prosecution; fee for capturing, and the cost of keeping the bull as aforesaid, shall be paid over, on collection, to the captor; and in default of payment of such fine, fee and costs, the Justice of the Peace may grant his warrant to levy the same by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the owner of such bull.

Provisions for sale

5. When the owner of any bull so captured and confined is unknown to the captor, the said captor shall post up a notice in Form A of this Ordinance, in three public places in the neighbourhood of the capture, and advertise such notice in four consecutive weekly issues of a newspaper published nearest the place of residence of the captor, and in The NorthWest Territories Gazette, and the owner thereof shall be entitled to receive delivery thereof on the conditions set forth in the next preceding section and upon paying the expenses incurred for advertising ; but, if at the

of four weeks after the last publication of the advertisement, no owner be found for such bull, then, upon application to a Justice of the Peace, the said Justice may, after ten days' notice, posted up in three conspicuous places in the neighbourho „d, such notice stating time and place of sale, cause the said bull to be sold ; and out of the proceeds of such sale, first pay expenses of sale and advertising and then the sum of five dollars and costs of keeping, to the captor, which said expenses shall not exceed two and a half dollars ; and after defraying all other expenses, pay over the balance to the General Fund of the Territories,

notice

Provision to compel owner

6. When, an information having been duly laid, a if known to Justice of the Peace is satisfied that the owner of any capture animals on bull of six months old or upwards is allowing the

same to run at large within any district which has been proclaimed as provided by section 1 of this Ordinance, the Justice of the Peace shall give notice in writing to such owner to capture and contine the same within a term of three days from the receipt of said notice. Such owner shall for each day he suffers the same to remain at large, after the expiration of the said term, be liable to a fine not exceeding five dollars.

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