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An Act to amend an Act intituled An Act to revive and perpetuate the Act to provide for reporting and publishing the Decisions of the Supreme Court, and the Act in amendment thereof. Passed 17th June 1867. 30 Victoria – Chapter 78 1867 This Act revives an Act authorizing a reporter to publish the decisions of the Supreme Court and receive $700 in return. Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New-Brunswick passed in the year 1867. Fredericton, NB: G. E. Fenety, Printer to the Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty, 1867.
An Act to revive and perpetuate the Act to provide for reporting and publishing the Decisions of the Supreme Court, and the Act in amendment thereof. Passed 9th July, 1866. 29 Victoria – Chapter 15 (Session 2) 1866 This Act revives the Act for the reporting of decisions of the Supreme Court. Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New-Brunswick passed in the year 1866. Fredericton, NB: G. E. Fenety, Printer to the Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty, 1866.
An Act to provide for the Registration of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, in this Colony and its Dependencies. (Passed 7th April, 1865.) 28 Victoria Chapter 5 1865 This act standardizes the registration and filling out of what would once have been parish records, such as births, marriages, and deaths, to be recorded under government supervision. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to amend the Act to provide for Reporting and Publishing the Decisions of the Supreme Court. Passed 11th April, 1864. 27 Victoria – Chapter 11 1864 This Act changes the funds designated to the publishing the decisions of the Supreme Court. Acts of Her Majesty's Province of New Brunswick passed in the year 1864. Fredericton: G. E. Fenety, 1864.
An Act to provide for taking a Census. Passed 9th April 1860. 23 Victoria Chapter 49 1860 This Act details the process for taking a census, including appointing officers, authorizing powers, and detailing rights and regulations. Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New Brunswick passed in the year 1860. Fredericton: John Simpson, 1860.
An Act for Ascertaining the Population of this Colony and other Statistical Information. (Passed 17th March, 1857.) 20 Victoria Chapter 7 1857 This act provides instructions for conducting a census of the province, along with specific questions to be asked by census takers. Penalties are also defined for those who refuse to provide the requested information to those taking the census. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to continue an Act to provide for reporting and publishing the Decisions of the Supreme Court. Passed 12th April 1855. 18 Victoria – Chapter 32 1855 This Act extends the deadline imposed by a previous act concerning the publishing of Supreme Court decisions. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to give effect, on the part of the Island of Newfoundland, to a certain Treaty between Her Majesty and the United States of America. (Passed 7th July, 1855.) 18 Victoria Chapter 2 1855 This act enacts the parts of a treaty signed between Great Britain and the United States which are pertinent to Newfoundland. Early Canadiana Online
An Act for Shortening the Language used in the Acts of the General Assembly, and to aid in the Construction of the same. (Passed 14th June, 1852.) 15 Victoria Chapter 16 1852 This act concerns the simplification of the language and wording used in legislative acts. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to repeal an Act intituled An Act to regulate the Printing and Distribution of the Acts of Assembly. Passed 18th February 1852. 15 Victoria Chapter 2 1852 This act repeals prior legislation regulating the printing and distribution of the acts of assembly. Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New Brunswick passed in the year 1852. Fredericton: John Simpson, 1852.
An Act for shortening the Language used in Acts of Assembly in this Province. Passed 30th April 1851. 14 Victoria Chapter 18 1851 This act alters the way in which repealed or amended bills will be written down. Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New Brunswick passed in the year 1851. Fredericton: John Simpson, 1851.
An Act to remedy, as far as possible, the inconvenience which might otherwise arise from the destruction of the Registers of the Parish of St. Louis de Lotbinière. 14 & 15 Victoria – Chapter 137 1851 This act attempts to rectify the loss of parish registers due to a fire that destroyed the Parish of St. Louis de Lotbinière. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to explain and amend the Laws relating to the Registration of Deeds in Lower Canada. 30th August, 1851. 14 & 15 Victoria – Chapter 93 1851 This act standardizes the practice of registering land deeds in Lower Canada. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to repeal part of the Act therein mentioned, relative to the Printing and Distribution of the Provincial Statutes. 30th August, 1851. 14 & 15 Victoria – Chapter 81 1851 This is an amendment to a 1849 act, which changed the distribution of provincial statues, stating that only public acts will be distributed to the public in order to save the expense of printing and distributing all legislative acts. The new act repeals the 1849 acts, and changes the distribution again to include private and local acts. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to provide more effectually for taking the Periodical Census of the Province. 30th August, 1851. 14 & 15 Victoria – Chapter 49 1851 This act legislates for the periodical taking of the census every ten years, starting in 1852, then again following in 1861, and every ten years after that. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to compel the Registration of Deeds and Instruments creating Debts to the Crown. 2d August, 1851. 14 & 15 Victoria – Chapter 9 1851 This act details how property deeds are to be registered when mortgages or other debts against the property is involved, so that the purchaser is protected against the debt. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to regulate the printing and distribution of the Acts of Assembly. Passed 26th April 1850. 13 Victoria Chapter 19 1850 This act regulates the printing and distribution of acts of assembly. Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New Brunswick passed in the year 1850. Fredericton: John Simpson, 1850.
An Act to amend an Act passed in the Fourth Year of the Reign of his late Majesty, entitled “An Act for the Registering the Names of Persons entitled to Vote at Elections.” (Passed 30th April, 1850.) 13 Victoria Chapter 14 1850 This is an amendment to an act first passed in 1834, which calls for the creation of provincial election rolls, specifying who is eligible to be an elector, who is responsible for collecting the names and maintaining the lists, and how to register individuals who object to being registered as voters, among other measures. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to explain and amend the Act dividing the County of Rimouski into two Districts for the Registration of Deeds. 10th August, 1850. 13 & 14 Victoria – Chapter 109 1850 An act to clarify the boundaries between the two districts in Rimouski County. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to divide the County of Huntingdon into two Districts, for the Registration of Deeds. 24th July, 1850. 13 & 14 Victoria – Chapter 108 1850 An act to divide Huntington County into two districts. The act outlines the boundaries of the districts and the appointment of officials. Early Canadiana Online