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An Act to amend an Act passed in the Twenty-first Year of the Reign of Her present Majesty, entitled “An Act to Incorporate the Commercial Bank of Newfoundland” (Passed 26th April, 1867.) 30 Victoria Chapter 18 1867 This is an amendment to an act passed in 1858 which incorporated the Commercial Bank of Newfoundland, and legislated the rules and regulations under which it is to operate. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to amend an Act passed in the Seventeenth Year of the Reign of Her present Majesty, entitled “An Act to Incorporate a Company under the Style and Title of 'The New York, Newfoundland, and London Telegraph Company.'” (Passed 26th April, 1867.) 30 Victoria Chapter 17 1867 This is an amendment to an act passed in 1854, which incorporated the New York, Newfoundland, and London telegraph company under the named individuals. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to amend an Act passed in the Twenty-seventh, Year of the Reign of Her present Majesty, entitled “An Act for the amendment of the General Water Company Acts; and also of the Act for the Incorporation of the Harbour Grace Water Company.” (Passed 26th April, 1867.) 30 Victoria Chapter 16 1867 This is an amendment to an act passed in 1864, which amended past acts pertaining to the General Water Company and the Harbour Grace Water Company. The current amendment repeals the sixteenth clause of the 1864 act. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to provide for the Retirement of the present Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland. (Passed 7th April, 1865.) 28 Victoria Chapter 17 1865 This act provides a retirement pension to Sir Francis Brady, outgoing chief justice of the Supreme Court of the province, equal to one half of the salary he received while acting Chief Justice. Early Canadiana Online
An Act for the Amendment of the General Water Company Acts, and also of the Act for the Incorporation of the Harbor Grace Water Company. (Passed 13th April, 1864.) 27 Victoria Chapter 4 1864 This is an amendment to two private acts, one which incorporated the Harbour Grace Water Company, and the other which regards the General Water Company, in order to clarify doubts arising from clauses in past acts. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to Enable the Saint John’s Association in Aid of the Colonial and Continental Church Society to hold Certain Lands in Perpetuity. (Passed 25th March, 1863.) 26 Victoria Chapter 16 1863 This act allows the Colonial and Continental Church society to hold the lands it is currently leasing under perpetual trust, in order to enable the church to rebuild its crumbling buildings. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to Incorporate the Harbor Grace Water Company. (Passed 25th March, 1863) 26 Victoria Chapter 5 1863 This act incorporates the Harbour Grace Water Company under the named individuals and legislates the rules and regulations under which the company is to operate. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to Amend certain Acts passed in the Twenty-second, Twenty-third, Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth years of Her present Majesty, entitled, respectively, “An Act to Incorporate the General Water Company,” “An Act to Amend an Act passed in the Twenty-second year of Her Present Majesty Queen Victoria, entitled ‘An Act to Incorporate the General Water Company,’” and “An Act for the further Amendment of the Act for the Incorporation of the General Water Company.” (Passed 26th March, 1863.) 26 Victoria Chapter 4 1863 This act amends all the past acts relating to the General Water Company due to the high costs incurred by the said company, and allows the company to charge higher rates for the service, as well as charge the consumer for repairs to related infrastructure. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to Incorporate the St. John’s Association in aid of the Colonial and Continental Church Society. (Passed 27th March, 1862.) 25 Victoria Chapter 11 1862 This act incorporates the St. John's Association in aid of the Colonial and Continental Church Society, under the named individuals, and legislates the rules under which the association is to be governed. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to provide for the better Management of the Savings Bank. (Passed 27th March, 1862.) 25 Victoria Chapter 5 1862 This act makes provisions for the management of surplus funds being held at the Newfoundland Savings Bank, which since its incorporation has received more money for deposit than it was prepared to deal with. Early Canadiana Online
An Act for the further Amendment of the Act for the Incorporation of the General Water Company. (Passed 25th June, 1861.) 24 & 25 Victoria Chapter 1 (Session 3) 1861 This is an amendment to an act first passed in 1859 which incorporated the General Water Company under the named individuals, and legislated the rules and regulations under which the company is to operate. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to Amend an Act passed in the Twenty-second Year of the Reign of Her present Majesty Queen Victoria, entitled “An Act to Incorporate the General Water Company.” (Passed 14th May, 1860.) 23 Victoria Chapter 10 1860 This is an amendment to an act passed in 1859 which incorpoated the General Water Company under the named individuals, and legislated the rules and regulations under which the company is to operate. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to amend an Act passed in the Fifteenth Year of the Reign of Her present Majesty, entitled “An Act to Incorporate Sundry Persons by the name of the Newfoundland Marine Assurance Company.” (Passed 20th April, 1859.) 22 Victoria Chapter 14 1859 This is an amendment to an act passed in 1852 which incorporated the Newfoundland Marine Assurance Company under the named individuals, and specified the rules and regulations under which the company must operate. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to Incorporate sundry Persons by the name of the “Newfoundland Fire Insurance Company” (Passed 20th April, 1859.) 22 Victoria Chapter 13 1859 This act incorporates the Newfoundland Fire Insurance Company under the individuals named, and legislates the rules and regulations under which the company is to operate. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to amend the Acts Incorporating the Union Bank of Newfoundland. (Passed 20th April, 1859.) 22 Victoria Chapter 9 1859 This act is an amendment to an act first passed in 1854, which incorporated the Union Bank of Newfoundland under the named individuals, and legislated the rules and regulations under which the company will operate. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to Incorporate the General Water Company. (Passed 20th April, 1859.) 22 Victoria Chapter 7 1859 This act incorporates the General Water Company under the named individuals, and legislates the rules and regulations under which the company is to operate. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to incorporate the Saint Andrews Mechanics’ Institute. Passed 6th April 1858. 21 Victoria Chapter 64 1858 This Act incorporates the Saint Andrews Mechanics' Institute with general corporate powers. Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New Brunswick passed in the year 1858. Fredericton: John Simpson, 1858.
An Act to enable the Trustees of the Mount Allison Wesleyan Academy to establish a College Section. Passed 6th April 1858. 21 Victoria Chapter 57 1858 This Act authorizes the establishment of a Collegiate Institution, empowering them to hold lands, appoint professors, and create a board of governors. Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New Brunswick passed in the year 1858. Fredericton: John Simpson, 1858.
An Act to Provide for the Retirement of Christopher Ayre, Clerk of the Legislative Council, and one of the Clerks of the Colonial Secretary's Office. (Passed 10th May, 1858.) 21 Victoria Chapter 23 1858 This act provides a retirement pension for a government clerks in the amount of one hundred and seventy five pounds, payable quarterly. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to provide for the Retirement of the present Assistant Judges of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland. (Passed 10th May, 1858.) 21 Victoria Chapter 22 1858 This act provides a retirement pension of two hundred and seventy five pounds, payable quarterly, for two supreme court judges of the province. Early Canadiana Online