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PASSED IN THE SECOND SESSION
FOURTH PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENT
NET AT YORK, 4TH FEBRUARY, 1806.
ALEXANDER GRANT, ESQ. PRESIDENT.
CHAPTER I. An Act to make Provision for certain Sheriffs in this Province (501. to be paid to each of six sheriffs : the Act to continue eight years).
An Act to repeal an Act passed in the 35th of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act to regulate the Practice of Physic and Surgery.”
CHAPTER III. An Act to procure certain Apparatus for the Promotion of Science (4001, appropriated for the purchase of instruments for illustrating the prin
ciples of natural philosophy, to be deposited in the hands of a person employed in the education of youth).
CHAPTER IV. An Act to repeal an Act passed in the 44th Year of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act for granting to His Majesty a certain Cum of Money out of the Funds applicable to the Uses of this Province, to defray the Expenses of amending and repairing the Public Highways and Roads, laying out and opening new Roads, and building Bridges in the several Districts thereof,” and to make further Provision for the opening and amending the said Roads (16001. granted, and the Act to continue two years).
CAAPTER V. An Act to alter and amend an Act passed in the 33d Year of his present Majesty's Reign, entiluled, * An Act to provide for the Nomination and Appointment of Parish and Town Officers," and also to repeal certain Parts of an Act passed in the 33d Year of liis present Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act to authorize and direct the laying and collecting of Assessments and Rates in every District in this Province, and to provide for Payment of Wages to the Members of the House of Assembly.”
CHAPTER VI. An Act to continue an Act passed in the 43d Year of His Majesty's Roigr, entituled, “ An Act for the better securing to His Majesty, his Heirs and Successors, the due Collection and Receipt of certain Duties therein mentioned.”
CHAPTER VII. An Act for applying a certain Sum of Money therein mentioned, to make good certain Monies issued and advanced by His Majesty through the Lieutenant-Governor, in pursuance of several Addresses (4981. 8s. 5d. for the Commissioners treating with Lower Canada, Clerks of Parliament, &c.).
CHAPTER I. An Act for the Relief of Clerks to Attornies who may have served their Clerkships without being bound by Contracts in Writing.
An Act to repeal the several Acts now in force, giving Bounties for destroying Wolves.
An Act made to regulate the Payment of certain Debts due by the Eastern District before the Establishment of the District of Johnstown.
An Act to revive and continue an Act passed in the 42d Year of his present Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act to enable the Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, or Person administering the Government of this Province, to appoint one or more additional Port or Ports, Place or Places of Entry, within this Province, and to appoint one or more Collector or Collectors at the same respectively."
CHAPTER V. An Act to authorize Practitioners of the Law in this Province to take such a Number of Clerks as is therein mentioned (four clerks at one time allowed).
CHAPTER VI. An Act to establish Public Schools in each and every District of this Province (8001. appropriated, being 100l. to each of eight District schoolmasters: the Governor to appoint trustees for management, and to approve or disapprove of their nomination of teachers).
CHAPTER VII. An Act to repeal the several Acts now in force in this Province relative to Rates and Assessments, and also to particularize the Property, real and personai, which, during the continuance thereof, shall be subject to Rates and Assessments, and fixing the several Valuations at which each and every Particu