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Title Chapter Date Passed Legislative Summary Source Document
An Act to continue an Act, entitled, “An Act to provide for the greater security of this Province, by a better regulation of the Militia, and to repeal the Militia Laws now in force.” 3 George IV – Chapter 15 1822 A continuation of an act passed in 1821, which was a consolidation of militia laws in the province, and replaced all former militia acts passed by the Nova Scotia Legislation. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to continue an Act for establishing a Bridewell, or House of Correction, for the County of Halifax, and for providing a Police Office in said Town, with proper Officers to attend the same. 3 George IV – Chapter 14 1822 A continuation of an act first passed in 1815, which established a bridewell in Halifax, a type of jail for offenders who commit petty crimes. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act for altering the time of holding the Courts of Common Pleas and General Sessions of the Peace in the County of Cumberland. 3 George IV – Chapter 13 1822 This act changes the time at which the courts of Cumberland county are held, to the last Tuesday of April. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act for establishing a Public Market in each of the Towns of Sydney and Arichat, in the County of Cape-Breton. 3 George IV – Chapter 12 1822 this act establishes public markets for various goods such as meats, fish and vegetables in the towns of Sydney and Arichat, on Cape Breton Island. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to alter the Times of Sitting of the Inferior Court of Common Pleas and General Sessions of the Peace, for the County of Sydney. 3 George IV – Chapter 11 1822 This act changes the days on which the courts for the county of Sydney are held, to the second Tuesday of November. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to continue an Act, for granting a Drawback of the Duties on Brown or Raw Sugar, used in the Manufacture of Refined Sugar within the Province, and for regulating the mode of obtaining the same. 3 George IV – Chapter 10 1822 A continuation of an act passed in 1817, which outlines how a drawback on duties on sugars are to be implemented, as well as how the manufacture of refined sugar, molasses, and syrup is to be regulated within the province. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to continue an Act, entitled, “An Act to amend and continue the several Acts imposing a Duty on Articles to be imported from the United States of America.” 3 George IV – Chapter 9 1822 A continuation of an act passed in 1821 regarding taxes on goods imported from the United States. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to amend and continue the several Acts of the General Assembly, for granting to His Majesty certain duties on Wine, Brandy, Gin, Rum, and other Distilled Spirituous Liquors, Molasses, Coffee and Brown Sugar, for the Support of His Majesty’s Government, and for promoting the Agriculture, Commerce and Fisheries, of the Province. 3 George IV – Chapter 8 1822 This Act continues several acts relating to the collection of duties to support the government. Several amendments are made regarding the tax rate per gallon for liquor imported to Canada, and the employment of more people to help bring smuggling under control. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to enable the Proprietors of Wilderness Lands in Onslow to open Roads through the same. 3 George IV – Chapter 7 1822 This act makes provisions for the construction of road through privately owned, uncleared lands in Onslow. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to continue an Act, entitled, “An Act to regulate Sales at Auction.” 3 George IV – Chapter 6 1822 A continuation of an act passed in 1821, regulating auctions. LLMC Digital Law Library