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Title Chapter Date Passed Legislative Summary Source Document
An Act to continue an Act, entitled, “An Act for the better preservation of the Property of the Inhabitants of the Town of Halifax, by providing for a sufficient Watch at Night.” 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 15 1821 This act was not published. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to continue an Act, entitled, “An Act for the Summary Trial of Actions;” and also, the Act in addition to and in amendment thereof. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 14 1821 This act was not published. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to continue the several Acts of the General Assembly for raising a Revenue to repair the roads throughout the Province, by laying a Duty on Persons hereafter to be Licensed to keep Public Houses and Shops for the retail of Spirituous Liquors. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 13 1821 This act was not published. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to 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. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 12 1821 This act was not published. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to continue an Act for raising an additional duty of Excise on all Goods, Wares and Merchandise, imported into this Province. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 11 1821 This act was not published. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to make perpetual an Act to encourage Persons engaged in the Lumber Trade, and authorising Courts of Sessions to make regulations for preventing obstructions in bringing the same, with other articles, down the several Rivers of the Province: and also, the Act in addition to and amendment thereof. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 10 1821 This act makes perpetual an act first passed in 1818, which makes it lawful for people involved in the timber trade to remove obstructions from rivers to allow them to move timber to market. It should be noted that the title referred to in the present act is incorrect; the correct title of the 1818 act is, "An Act to encourage Persons concerned in the Lumber Trade, and authorising Courts of Sessions to make regulations for preventing Obstructions in bringing the same, with other Articles, down the several Rivers in this Province." The title, "An Act to encourage Persons engaged in the Lumber Trade" etc. refers to an 1820 amendment. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to revive and make perpetual an Act to enable the Inhabitants of each Township to raise money for defraying the expense attending the running or perambulating the Lines and Bounds of the respective Townships in this Province. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 9 1821 This act was not published. LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to continue the several Acts, for regulating the Summary Trial of Actions before His Majesty’s Justices of the Peace in the Town and Peninsula of Halifax. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 8 1821 This act was not published. Early Canadiana Online
An Act to make perpetual an Act in addition to an Act for regulating the Common belonging to the Township of Lunenburg. 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 7 1821 This act makes perpetual an act regarding the regulation of the Lunenburg Common. It should be noted that the act refers to the title, "An Act for regulating the Common belonging to the Township of Lunenburg," an act which was passed in 34 Geo II (1760), but the regnal year referred to within this act is 58 Geo III, indicating they are probably referring to an amendment to the original act, "An Act in addition to an Act, passed in the thirty-fourth year of His late Majesty’s Reign, entitled, 'An Act for regulating the Common belonging to the Township of Lunenburg'" (1818). LLMC Digital Law Library
An Act to extend the provisions of an Act, passed in the first year of His late Majesty’s Reign, entitled, “An Act in addition to and amendment of an Act, entitled, ‘An Act for preventing Trespasses.’” 1 & 2 George IV – Chapter 6 1821 This act was not published. LLMC Digital Law Library