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An Act in addition to, and in amendment of, the several Acts, now in force, for repairing and mending Highways, Roads, Bridges and Streets, and for appointing Surveyors of Highways within the several Townships in this Province. 3 George IV – Chapter 5 1822 This act amends past acts concerning the mandatory labour required of residents to maintain roads, highways and bridges. The amendment concerns residents of islands in the province, clarifying that island residents are only required to work on the roads of the island on which they reside, and mainland residents are not required to travel to islands for their mandatory road service. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to extend several Acts relating to Firewards, to the Town of Yarmouth. 3 George IV – Chapter 4 1822 This act extends a past act appointing firewards in the town of Halifax, applying it to the town of Yarmouth. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to amend and continue the several acts of the General Assembly, for the further increase of the Revenue, by raising a Duty of Excise on all Goods, Wares and Merchandise, imported into this Province. 3 George IV – Chapter 3 1822 An amendment and continuation of an act passed in 1792 which imposes duties of two pounds ten shillings on every one hundred pounds worth of goods imported into the province. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to amend and continue an Act, for raising an additional Duty of Excise on all Goods, Wares and Merchandise, imported into this Province. 3 George IV – Chapter 2 1822 An amendment and continuation of an act passed in 1820 which imposes duties on several goods and continues a former act relating to the same. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to amend the several Acts, passed in the thirty-second and thirty-fourth years of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Second, for confirming Titles to Land, and quieting Possessions; and an Act, passed in the twenty-ninth year of the Reign of His Majesty King George the Third, entitled, “An Act to amend the several Acts, passed in the thirty-second and thirty-fourth years of His late Majesty George the Second, and in the first, fifth and twelfth years of His present Majesty’s reign, relative to the Registering of the Deeds and Conveyances, made of, or which may affect, Lands, Tenements and Hereditaments.” 3 George IV – Chapter 1 1822 An amendment to various acts and their amendments relating to the prevention of frauds in land purchases and title transfers. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to regulate and establish Fees in the Court of Chancery. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 40 1821 This act lists the various fees to be charged by officials for services offered by the court of chancery. LLMC Digital Law Library
A Bill to Incorporate the Governors of the Dalhousie College, at Halifax. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 39 1821 This act incorporates the named trustees of Dalhousie College in Halifax, along with listing their duties and responsibilities to the college as trustees. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to restrain and prohibit the Negociation, within this Province, of Promissory Notes, or Inland Bills of Exchange, under a limited Sum. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 38 1821 This act restricts the forms of notes being exchanged in lieu of cash being circulated within the province. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to alter and amend an Act, passed in the last Session of the General Assembly, entitled, “An Act to authorize the Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, or Commander in Chief for the time being, to appoint Commissioners to issue Treasury Notes, to an amount not exceeding Twenty Thousand Pounds.” 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 37 1821 An amendment to an act passed in 1820, which makes provision for the appointment of three commissioners who will have the power to issue treasury notes, and outlines the procedures and regulations surrounding their issue. 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. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 36 1821 This act was not published. Early Canadiana Online