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An Act to authorize the Governor, LieutenantGovernor, or Person administering the Government of this Province, to prohibit the Exportation of Grain and other Provisions, and also to restrain the Distillation of Spirituous Liquors from Grain (to continue to the end of next session of parliament).
An Act to provide for the Maintenance of Persons disabled, and the Widows and Children of such Persons as may be killed in his Majesty's Service (a pension of 201. per annum to such as have wife or child, the same to be continued to wife or child, in case of the disabled person dying ; and, to persons disabled, not having wife or child, 121. per annum : the pension to continue in both cases during disability to earn a livelihood).
CHAPTER V. An Act to prohibit the Sale of Spirituous Liquors to Indians (to continue one year, and thence to the end of the ensuing session of parliament).
CHAPTER VI. An Act to continue an Act passed in the 59d Year of his Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act to provide Means for the Defence of the Province, and to make further Provision for the same” (to continue till the end of next session of parlia. ment).
CHAPTER VII. An Act to repeal an Act passed in the 4:4th Year of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act for granting to His Majesty a certain Sum of Money, for the further Encouragement of the Growth and Cultivation of Hemp within this Province, and the Exportation thereof." As also an Act passed in the 52d Year of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, “ An Act for granting to His Majesty a certain sum of Money further to encourage the Growth and Cultivation of Hemp in this Province, and for other Purposes.”
An Act to continue for a limited Time the Provincial Agreement entered into with Lower Canada at Montreal, 5th June, 180 i, 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 one year, &c.).
An Act to alter and amend an Act passed in the 48th Year of His Majesty's Reiyn, entituled, “ An Act for the better Regulation of Parish and Town Officers throughout this Province."
An Act to amend an Act passed in the 49th Year of His Majesty's Reign, entituled, « An ACT
for quartering and billetting on certain Occusions His Majesty's Troops, and the Militia of this Province," and to repeal a Part of the same.
An Act for granting a certain Sum of Money to make good certain Sums of Money issued and advanced by His Majesty through his Honour the President, in pursuance of an Address of the House of Assembly (881. 1s. 9d. granted for the Clerks of Parliament, &c.).
PASSED IN THE THIRD SESSION
SIXTH PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENT
MET AT YORK, 15TH FEBRUARY, 1814.
GORDON DRUMMOND, ESQ. PRESIDENT.
CHAPTER I. An Act to repeal Part of the Laws now in force for raising and training the Militia of this Province, and to muke further and more effectual Provision for the same (male inhabitants, from 16 to 60 years of age, considered militia men; but those above 30, not to be called out but on occasions of emergency. Militia not to be ordered out of the province, except for the assistance of Lower Canada, when actually invaded, or in a state of insurrection; or except in pursuit of an enemy who may have invaded this province; and except also for the destruction of any vessel or vessels, built or building, or any depôt or magazine, formed or forming; or for the attack of any enemy who may have been embodied, or marching for the purpose of invading this province, or for the attack of any fortification now erected, or which may be hereafter erected, to cover the invasion thereof. Justices of the peace may impress carriages and horses, 20s. a day to be paid for every carriage with two horses, or oxen, with driver : 15s. for every carriage and two horses or oxen; and every horse employed singly, 7s. 60. per day; to be paid by a certificate from the officer employing the same to the Collector of customs, and received by the Receivergeneral of the province.-Penalty for using traitorous or disrespectful words against His Majesty, or any of the Royal Family-for behaving with contempt or disrespect to the governor, &c. while on duty. Death, or such other punishment as a general court martial shall award, for exciting sedition, or mutiny: punishment for being present at any mutiny, without endeavouring to suppress it, or give information—for deserting to the enemy, death, or as the court decrees. Quakers, Menonists, and Tunkers, to pay 101. for exemption. The act to continue till the end of next ensuing session of parliament.)
CHAPTER II. An Act to provide for the issuing and circulation of Government Bills (to continue one year, &c.).
CHAPTER III. An Act for granting to His Majesty a certain Sum of Money out of the Funds applicable to the Uses of this Province, to defray the Expences of amending and repairing the public Highways and Roads, and building Bridges in the several Districts thereof (6000). appropriated).