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Growth and Cultivation of Hemp within this Province, and the Exportation theroof.”
An Act to repeal an Act passed in the 44th Year of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act to repeal certain Parts of an Act passed in the 34th of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act to establish a superior Court of civil and criminal Jurisdiction, and to regulate the Court of Appeal, and to authorize His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, in this Province, to regulate certain Fees, Costs, and Charges therein mentioned.""
An Act further to extend the Benefit of an Act passed in the 37th Year of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act for the more easy barring of Dower."
An Act for the Relief of Minors of the Society of Menonists and Tunkers.
An Act to authorize the Inhabitants of the County of Haldimand to hold annual Meetings, for the Purpose of electing Town and Parish Officers.
CHAPTER XIII. An Act for granting an additional Sum of Money for erecting a Bridge across the Grand River (2501. granted).
PASSED IN THE THIRD SESSION
FIFTH PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENT,
MET AT YORK, 1ST FEBRUARY, 1811.
An Act for granting to His Majesty a certain Sum of Money, out of the Funds applicable to the Use of this Province, to defray the Expenses of amending and opening the public Highways and Roads, and building of Bridges in the several Districts thereof (3450l. granted).
An Act to repeal an Act passed in the 47th Year of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, " An ACT for granting to His Majesty, Duties on Licences to Hawkers, Pedlars, and Petty Chapmen, and other trading Persons therein mentioned.” And further, for granting to His Majesty Duties on Licences to Hawkers, Pedlars, and Petty Chapmen, and other trading Persons therein mentioned (to continue two years. Every man travelling on foot, 51.; and 21. in addition for every beast of burthen: every decked vessel, 121. 10s.: every boat, 8l.: every person not resident in the province for a year, 101.).
CHAPTER III. An Act to extend Personal Arrest to the Sum of Forty Shillings, and otherwise to regulate the Practice in Cases of Personal Arrest.
CHAPTER IV. 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 an Address of this House (4921. 185. 10d. for clerks of parliament, contingencies, &c. &c.).
CHAPTER V. An Act to amend and continue, for a limited Time, an Act passed in the 49th Year of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act for continuing, for a limited Time, the provisional Agreement entered into between this Province and Lower Canada, at Montreal, on 5th July, 1804, relative to Duties ; also for continuing, for a limited Time, the several Acts of the Parliament of this Province now in force relating thereto” (to continue till 25th March, 1813).
CHAPTER VI. An Act to amend the Process of the District Courts, and also further to regulate the Proceedings of Sheriffs in the Sale of Goods and Chattels, taken by them in Execution.
CHAPTER VII. An Act to amend an Act passed in the 48th Year of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act to explain, amend, and reduce to one Act of Par. liament, the several Laws now in being, for the Raising and Training the Militia of this Province.”
CHAPTER VIII. An Act to repeal an Act passed in the 47th Year of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ 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 personal, which, during the continuance thereof, shall be subject to Rates and Assessments, and fixing the several Valuations at which each and every Particular of such Property shall be rated and assessed,” and to make further Provision for the same (to continue four years: sum to be levied not to exceed one penny in the pound).
CHAPTER IX. An Act to repeal an Ordinance of the Province of Quebec, passed in the 17th Year of His Majesty's Reign, entituled,
“ An Ordinance for ascertaining Damages on protested Bills of Exchange, and fixing the Rate of Interest, in the Province of Quebec:" Also, to ascertain Damages on protested Bills of Exchange, and fixing the Rate of Interest in this Province (6 per cent. and no more, to be taken).