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and effectual as if the same and each of them were incorporated in and formed a part of this act. The production of a copy of said by-law, so approved, purporting to be certified under the hands of the mayor and town clerk, and the seal of the town of Dominion, shall be sufficient proof thereof in any court of justice.

Board of water 37. It shall be lawful for the town council to apcoinmissioners.

point three persons, one of whom may be a member of the town council, to be called water commissioners, who shall hold office at the pleasure of the town council, and who shall have such powers and perform such duties relating to the construction of the work contemplated by this act or otherwise, as the town council may direct, and who may be remunerated for their service at the discretion of the council.

Municipal
Debentures

38. The provisions of The Municipal Debentures Act to apply. Act, 1902, shall apply to this act in so far as the same

are not inconsistent herewith.

CHAPTER 78.

An Act to Enable the Town of Glace Bay to Supply

the Town of Dominion with Electricity.

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

SECTION.

Preamble.
1. Glace Bay authorized to

enter into in agre inent
to supply towi of Dom uion
with electricity for lighting
the streets, etc.

SECTION,

2. May open streets etc.
3. Act to become operative in

certain case.

Preamble.

Whereas, in and by chapter 88 of the acts passed by the Legislature of Nova Scotia in the year 1901, entitled, “An Act to provide for supplying the Town of Glace Bay with Electric Light,” the town of Glace Bay was authorized to supply the said town and its inhabitants, as well as persons and bodies corporate residing and being within the town limits, with electric light for lighting the streets of the said town, and for various other purposes;

And whereas, the town of Dominion and certain other outlying districts are desirous of securing electric light from the said town of Glace Bay for street lighting and various other purposes;

And whereas, the town of Glace Bay is ready and willing to supply the town of Dominion and other outlaying districts with electric lights for lighting purposes;

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

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Dominion with

1. The town council of the town of Glace Bay Glace Bay shall have full power to enter into an agreement enter into an with the town of Dominion, or the municipality supply town of of the county of Cape Breton, for the supplying electricity of electricity for the purposes of lighting the streets Streets, etc

lighting and thoroughfares of the town of Dominion or polling district number one, in the county of Cape Breton, and for the supplying and furnishing of electric light for use in shops, dwellings or otherwise, within said town of Dominion or said polling district number one, and shall have full power to wholly or in part supply the said Town of Dominion and said polling district number one and their inhabitants, as well as persons and bodies corporate residing and being situate within the said town of Dominion and said district number one, with electricity for lighting the streets and thoroughfares of the said town of Dominion and said district number one, and for lighting shops, dwellings and other places in the said town and district, upon such terms and under such conditions as may be agreed upon between the town of Glace Bay and the party or parties purchasing or receiving said electricity, not inconsistent with the provisions of said chapter 88 of the acts of 1901.

streets, etc.

2. It shall be lawful for the town council of the May open town of Dominion from time to time, for the purposes of this act, to open or obstruct the roads, streets or highways in the town of Dominion or said polling district number one, and to keep any such road, street or highway open or obstructed for such reason.

able time as may be necessary, and the council is hereby empowered to erect and place upon and along the roads, streets and highways in the said town of Dominion and said district, poles or other necessary supports, with insulated wires thereon, for the transmission of electric currents for such purposes as herein indicated.

Act to become operative in

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3. This act shall not become operative until the certain case. Sydney and Glace Bay Railway Company, Limited,

refuse to supply electric light for such a service at a rate that shall be approved of by the Public Utilities Commission

CHAPTER 79.

An Act to Enable the town of Glace Bay to Supply
Water to the Town of Dominion and

Out-lying Districts.

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

SECTION 1. Town authorized to sell and supply water

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

Town author- 1. The town council of the town of Glace Bay ized to sell and supply water. is hereby authorized and empowered to sell or supply

water from its water system, constructed under and by virtue of chapter 80 of the acts of 1902, and acts in amendment thereof, to the town of Dominion and out-lying districts of Glace Bay, in the county of Cape Breton, for domestic, fire and other purposes, upon such terms and conditions, and in such a manner, as may be agreed upon by the town of Glace Bay and the party receiving or purchasing said water, and may do all such other acts as are necessary for supplying water as aforesaid, which are authorized by chapter 80 of the acts of 1902, and acts in amend-ment thereof.

CHAPTER SO.

An Act to Enable the Town of Glace Bay to Borrow
Money for School and Fire Alarm, and

other purposes.

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

SECTION.

1. Power to borrow.
2. Debentures.
3. Debentures to form a lie'n.
4. Money, to whom paid.
5. Interest, how provided.

SECTION.

6. Sinking fund.
7. Ratepayers, meeting to be

held.
9. Evidence of adoption of Act.
9. Amount to be borrowed.

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

1. The town of Glace Bay is authorized and Power to

borrow. empowered to borrow on the credit of the said town, the sum of thirty-five thousand two hundred dollars for the following purposes, that is to say:

(a) The sum of six thousand five hundred

dollars, for the purpose of building and equip-
ping an addition to the school building at
New Aberdeen, in the said town, and for the
purpose of purchasing, leasing or otherwise
securing a site at of near the Sterling, in the
town of Glace Bay; and for the erecting and
equipping of a school building thereon, and
for no other purpose;

(6) The sum of four thousand five hundred

dollars for the purpose of installing an efficient
and up to date fire alarm system in said town,
and fur no other purpose;

(c) The sum of seven thousand dollars for

improvements and extensions of the reservoir
on Chapel Hill, and for no other purpose;

(d) The sum of thirteen thousand dollars for

the purpose of extension of the water system,
including water connection and the installation
of fire hydrants in the town, building road
and protection and constructing a filter syster

at Sand Lake;

(e) The sum of four thousand two hundred

dollars for the purpose of building, constructing and repairing certain culverts and bridges within the town of Glace Bay, and for no other purpose;

Debentures.

2. The said money shall be borrowed on debentures, and the town council is hereby authorized to make and issue, from time to time, or at one time, as they may deem expedient, debentures and coupons in the form specified in the Municipal Debentures Act, 1902, and amendments thereto, bearing interest at a rate not exceeding five per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, and to be redeemable at periods not exceeding thirty years from the date of issue thereof.

Debentures to 3. Such debentures when issued shall form a form a lien.

lien and be a charge against the property liable to taxation within the town of Glace Bay, and all the revenues of the town.

Money, to whom paid.

4. The money borrowed under the provisions of this act shall be paid into the hands of the treasurer of the town of Glace Bay, and shall by him be paid out as the town council of the said town may determine for the purposes mentioned in this act, and for no other purposes.

Interest, how provided.

5. The town council shall, in each year, while said debentures are outstanding, add to the amount to be rated and levied for general purposes for the year, a sum of money sufficient to pay the interest on such debentures for the current year; such sum shall be rated and collected as part of the annual or general assessment.

Sinking fund.

6. In order, to provide a sinking fund for the payment of the debentures, authorized to be issued under this act, the town council shall, in each year while said debentures are outstanding, add to the amount to be rated and levied for general purposes for the year, such sum as the council, by resolution, may determine, but not in any case less than two per centum of the amount borrowed under this act,

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