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7. Chapter 14 of the Revised Ordinances 1888 and Repeal Ordinances No. 2 of 1892 and No. 33 of 1894 are hereby repealed.



(Vide Section 5.)

Notice is hereby given that (description of Bull) is detained by the undersigned, at (pluce where detained), and if not claimed will be sold in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinance respecting Bulls.

NO 23 OF 1895.



(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 8 amended

1. Section 8 of Ordinance No. 19 of 1894 is hereby amended by inserting after the word “residence, " where it occurs in the eighth line thereof, the words “or place of business” and by inserting after the word “residence” where it occurs in the last line thereof the words" or place of business.”

Section 9 amended

2. Section 9 of the said Ordinance is hereby amended by inserting after the word “residence” where it occurs therein the words “ or place of business.”

Section 9 amended.

3. The following sub-section is hereby added to Section 9 of the said Ordinance :

"(1) The salesman shall make a return of every sale to the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council showing all fees and expenses incurred up to time of sale and result of sale of such animal or animals."

NO. 24 OF 1895.



[Assented to 30th September, 1895.]

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


Thresher entitled to

1. In every case in which any person threshes causes to be threshed, grain of any kind for an-sufficient other person,

at or for a fixed price or rate of remun- cure payment eration, the person who so threshes said grain or causes the same to be threshed, shall have a right to a sufficient quantity of such grain for the purpose of securing payment of the said price or remuneration, if such grain is taken at the time when such threshing is finished.

2 The quantity of grain which may be so retained Quantity and shall be a sufficient quantity computed at the market to be retained value thereof, at the nearest market, less 2 cents per bushel for hauling the same to and delivering the same at the nearest available market, to pay when sold for the threshing of all grain threshed by them or by their servants or agents, for the owner thereof, during that

same season.

3. The right to retain and remove such quantity of Lien to have

priority grain shall prevail over all writs of execution against the owner thereof, or chattel mortgages, bills of sale, or conveyances made by him, or rights of distress by way of rent reserved

which the grain is threshed, and the person performing such work of threshing or procuring the same to be done, shall be deemed a purchaser for value of the grain which he takes by virtue of this Ordinance.

the land


NO. 25 OF 1895.



(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 8, part 1. Section 8, part 1 of "The Municipal Ordinance" I amended.

is hereby repealed.

Clause 3, part 2. Clause 3, part 2, is hereby repealed and the folI amended.

lowing substituted therefor :

"(3) The Council of every Rural Municipality shall consist of a Reeve and four Councillors.


Appointment "(a) Should for any reason any city, town, or rural Governor in municipality be or become insufficiently represented

as required respectively by this Ordinance the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council may make such appointment or appointments for office as shall fulfil the requirements of this Section and of Sections 1 and 2 of Part 2 of this Ordinance."

Section 5, part 3. Section 5, part 2, is hereby amended by inserting II amended.

after the word “ resident” the words “ within the Municipality or within two miles of the limits of the Municipality.”

4. Clause 7 of part 2 is hereby amended by adding the following words :

“No person shall be held to be disqualified from being elected a member of the council of any Municipality by reason of his being a shareholder in any incorporated company having dealings or contracts with the Council of such Municipality, or by having a lease of twenty-one years or upwards, of any property from the Municipality ; but no such leaseholder shall vote in the Council on any question affecting any lease from the Municipality, and no such shareholder on any question affecting the company.

5. Section 16 of Part 2 of said Ordinance is hereby repealed and the following Section substituted therefor :


“16. The council shall at least one week prior to the Council to last Monday in December, by by-law, appoint a re- returning turning officer for the municipality, define the districts officer ana or subdivisions within the municipality, if such are deemed necessary, and the place or places where the votes are to be polled and appoint a deputy returning officer for each of said places where such votes are to be polled,

(a) The persons qualified to vote shall be the men, Gunote cat into unmarried women and widows over twenty-one, years sequent of age who are assessed


the last reyisea assessment roll of the municipality for income or personal property for $200 or upwards, or who are named upon the said assessment rol as either occupants or owners of real property held in their own right (or in the case, of married men, held by their wives) for $200 or upwards, and whose names appear in the voters' list founded upon such roll.

(6) Provided always that a municipality may hy by- Proviso as to law, declare that no person shall be entitled to vote of tamen who has not, on or before a day to be named therein, paid all taxes due by him to such municipality, either for the current year, or all arrears of taxes, or both.

6. Section 21, Part 2, is hereby amended by adding Section

, the following words =


"In case a rural municipality shall have been divided into wards as hereinafter provided, the Returning Officer shall receive the nominations for each ward separately. When there has been only one

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