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CHAPTER 20.

An Act to amend Chapter 53, Revised Statutes, 1900, entitled, “Of the Education of Deaf or Deaf Mute

Persons," and Amendments thereof.

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Be it enacted by the Governor, Council, and Assembly, as follows:

tuted.

1. Section 4, of chapter 53 of the Revised Statutes, Section re

pealedan1900, entitled “Of the Education of Deaf or Deaf other substiMute Persons,” as amended by Chapter 13 of the acts of 1903 and chapter 10 of the acts of 1906, is repealed, and the following substituted therefor:

4. For every deaf or deaf mute person received into the Institution of the Deaf and Dumb at Halifax, under an order from the warden of a municipality. or under an order from the mayor of an incorporated town which contributes to the municipal school fund, and educated and boarded therein, the board of directors of the Institution shall be entitled to receive from the provincial treasury the sum of one hundred dollars per annum, payable half-yearly, and also to receive annually the sum of one hundred dollars, payable half-yearly, from the municipal school fund of such municipality.

2. Section 5 of said chapter 53, as amended by Section 5 re

pealed, archapter 13 of the acts of 1903 and chapter 10 of the othes substiacts of 1906, is repealed, and the following substituted therefor:

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5. For every deaf or deaf mute person who is admitted into the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb at Halifax, under an order from the mayor of a city or town, an allowance to the board of directors of the institution of one hundred dollars per annum shall be rated upon the inhabitants of such city or town; in case such city or town does not contribute to or draw from the municipal school fund, and in such

case such sum shall be paid to the directors for each such deaf or deaf mute person sent to the institution. And there shall be paid to the directors from the provincial treasury for each such deaf or deaf mute person for which such city or town contributes such allowance, the sum of one hundred dollars, in the manner provided in the next preceding section.

When Act comes into force.

3. This Act shall not come into force until the first day of October, 1909.

CHAPTER 21.

An Act to amend Chapter 54, Revised Statutes, 1900, entitled, “Of the Education of the Blind," and

Amendments thereof.

(Passed the 23rd day of April, A. D. 1909). SECTION.

SECTION. 1.** Section 8 repealed, another 2. Section 4 repealed, another (substituted.

substituted. 3. When Act comes into force,

Be it enacted by the Governor, Council, and Assem

bly, as follows: Section 3 re

1. Section 3 of chapter 54 of the Revised Statutes, , other substi- 1900, entitled “Of the Education of the Blind,

as tuted.

amended by chapter 20, of the acts of 1905, is repealed, and the following substituted therefor:

3. For every blind person received into the Halifax School for the Blind under an order from the warden of a municipality, or under an order from the mayor of an incorporated town which contributes to the municipal school fund, and educated and boarded therein, the board of managers of such school shall be entitled to receive from the provincial treasury the sum of one hundred dollars per annum, payable halfyearly, and also to receive annually the sum of one hundred dollars payable half-yearly, from the municipal school fund of such municipality.

Section 4 repealed, another substituted.

2. Section 4. of the said chapter 54 is amended by chapter 20 of the acts of 1905, and chapter 9 of the acts of 1906, is repealed, and the following sub-. stituted therefor:

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4. For every blind person who is admitted into the Halifax School for the Blind, under an order from the mayor of a city or town, an allowance to the board of managers of the school of one hundred dollars per annum shall be rated upon the inhabitants of the said city or town in case such city or town does not contribute to or draw from the municipal school fund, and in such case such sum shall be paid to the managers for each such blind person sent to the school, and there shall be paid to the managers from the provincial treasury for each such blind person for which such city or town contributes such allowance, the sum of one hundred dollars, in the manner provided in the next preceding section

3. This act shall not come into force until the When ast

comes into first day of October, 1909.

force.

CHAPTER 22.

An Act to amend Chapter 66, Revised Statutes, 1900, entitled “Of the Improvement of Dyked and

Marsh Lands."

(Passed the 23rd day of April, A. D., 1909.)

SECTION 1. Section 16 added to.

Be it enacted by the Governor, Council, and Assembly, as follows:

added to.

1. Chapter 66 of the Revised Statutes, 1900, en-Section 16 titled “Of the Improvement of Dyked and Marsh Lands” is hereby amended by inserting immediately after the sixteenth section of the same the following:

16 A (1) In any case where there is no access by road or right of way to a public highway from lands of any proprietor subject to be assessed or rated for any purpose under the said act, the commissioner shall tocate a road or right of way across lands of such other proprietor or proprietors as he shall deem

most proper to a highway, and the same, when so
located, may be used by any proprietor or proprietors
whose lands are specified for such purpose in the
record of such location and for such purposes as shall
be therein specified.

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(2) Any compensation to which any proprietor shall be entitled by reason of such road or right of way, shall be ascertained as provided by sections 26 and 67 of the said act, and such compensation shall be apportioned among and assessed upon the lands of proprietors benefitted by the said road or right of way in proportion to the benefit accruing therefrom, and collected from such proprietors as other dyke rates, and paid to the persons entitled.

CHAPTER 23.

An Act to amend Chapter 70, Revised Statutes, 1900,
"The Municipal Act” and acts in aniendment
thereof, in so far as the sanie applies to the

Municipality of the County of Halifax.

(Passed the 23rd day of April, A. D. 1909.)

SECTION.
1. Sub-section 10 of section 134

and section 3 of Acts 1903-4,
repealed in so far as relates
to county of Halifax and
another substituted.

SECTION.
2. By-laws passed by virtue of

above acts declared invalid.

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Be it enacted by the Governor, Council, and Assem. bly, as follows:

Sub-section 10 1. Sub-section 10 of section 134 of chapter 70 of
of section 134
and section 3 the Revised Statutes of Nova Scotia, 1900, "The Muni-
of Acts 1903-4,
repealed in so

cipal Act," as amended by section 3 of chapter 29 of
far as relates the acts of 1903-04, is repealed in so far only as the
to county of
Halifax and same relates to the municipality of the county of
stituted. Halifax, and the following section substituted there.

for:

(10) Restraining and regulating the running at large of dogs.

virtue of

2. Any and all by-laws passed by the municipal By-laws passed council of the county of Halifax under the power above acts de and authority given and granted by said sub-section clared invalid. 10, and the amendment thereto, are hereby repealed and are no longer of any force or effect.

CHAPTER 24.

An Act to amend Chapter 70, Revised Stațutes, 1900,

"The Municipal Act.”
(Passed the 23rd day of April, A. D. 1909.)

SECTION 1. Section 104 added to.

Be it enacted by the Governor, Council, and Assem. bly, as follows:

1. Section one hundred and four of chapter 70, Revised Statutes, 1900, “The Municipal Act,” is amended by adding thereto the following sub-section;

(2) In case of the temporary absence, illness or Section 104 other incapacity of the treasurer, he may appoint a deputy treasurer, who shall perform all the duties of the treasurer, and the treasurer shall be responsible for all acts and omissions of such , deputy treasurer.

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