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Sec. 7 repealed

5. Section 7 of the said Chapter is hereby repealed.

Sec. 8 amended.

6. Section 8 of the said Chapter is amended by striking out in line one thereof the word “His" and substituting therefor the word "Their”, and by striking out in line two thereof the words “General Purchasing Agent and his” and substituting therefor the words "Purchasing Committee and their”.

Sec. 9 amended. 7. Section 9 of the said Chapter is amended by

striking out in lines one and two thereof the words “General Purchasing Agent” and substituting therefor the words "Purchasing Committee”.

Soc. 10 amend ed.

8. Section 10 of the said Chapter is amended by striking out in line one thereof the words “General Purchasing Agent is" and substituting therefor the words "Purchasing Committee are” and by striking out in line five thereof the word “He” and substituting therefor the word “They”.

Soo. 11 amend

ed.

9. Section 11 of the said Chapter is amended by striking out at the end thereof the words "Provincial Auditor” and substituting therefor the word "Minister".

Sec. 12 repealed substituted.

10. Section 12 of the said Chapter is repealed and the following substituted therefor:

Minister to approve before

12. Except in case of emergency and of the purpurchase made. chase of goods in bulk for general stores stock no

purchase shall be made by the Purchasing Committee or any of their assistants except upon written requisition therefor by the officer requiring same, such requisition to be approved in writing by the Minister

or Deputy Minister of the Department affected. Sec. 13 repealed 11. Section 13 of the said Chapter is repealed substituted.

and the following substituted therefor:

Call for public tenders.

13. A call for public tenders shall be made in such manner and for such time as the Purchasing Committe determine. Tenders shall be tabulated and submitted by the Purchasing Committee to the Minister

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of the Department affected with the recommendation of the Purchasing Committee thereon for the approval of the said Minister.

12. Section 14 of the said Chapter is repealed Sobotitur pealed

substituted. and the following substituted therefor:

contract.

14. On approval by the Minister of the Depart-Formal ment affected it shall then be the duty of the Purchasing Committee to cause formal contracts to be drawn up for the signature of the parties concerned and present same to the Minister for execution.

13. Section 15 of the said Chapter is repealed so belih repealed

Sec. 15

substi uted. and the following substituted therefor:

supplies

15. It shall be the duty of the Purchasing Com-Orders for mittee or their assistants to prepare orders for supplies bought, for the signature of the Minister, in favour of the corporation, firm or individual quoting the lowest prices, having due regard to the quality and terms of delivery of the commodity, unless for good and sufficient reason the said Purchasing Committee are of the opinion that it would not be in the public interest that the lowest quotation should be considered, in which case it shall be the duty of the said Purchasing Committee to call the attention of the Minister of the Department affected to the fact that the order is not being given to the lowest bidder and state their reasons clearly for so recommending.

14. Section 16 of the said Chapter is repealed Sep. 16. repealed

substituted and the following substituted therefor:

16. It shall be the duty of the Purchasing Com-Reperds to be mittee to cause to be kept such books of record, price lists, tabulation of quotations and forms of accounts as shall be from time to time approved by the Minister and such records shall at all time be available to the Provincial Treasurer or the Minister of any Department.

15. Section 17 of the said Chapter is hereby Soo. 17 repoulod repealed.

CHAPTER 16.

An Act to Amend Chapter 16, The Revised Statutes,

1923,' “The Provincial Revenue

(Corporations) Act.”

(Passed the 19th day of March, A. D. 1926.)

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

Sec. 23 amended.

1. Section 23 of Chapter 16, The Revised Statutes, 1923, is amended by adding thereto the following:

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A warrant in the form in schedule "A" to this Act to Chap. 16.

shall be sufficient.

Schedule A, Distress War. rant.

2. Said Chapter 16 is further amended by adding thereto the following:

SCHEDULE "A"

FORM OF DISTRESS WARRANT.

(Section 23)

To
High Sheriff in and
for the County of

Whereas on the

day of
A.D.
the

was indebted to His Majesty the King in the right of the Province of Nova Scotia in the sum of

dollars as a tax for the year under the provisions of Chapter 16, The Revised Statutes of Nova Scotia, 1923, "The Provincial Revenue (Corporations) Act”;

And Whereas by said Chapter 16 such tax is declared to be a first lien and charge upon property in Nova Scotia of the company liable to pay the same;

And Whereas by said Chapter 16 in default of payment of any tax imposed by the said Chapter the same may be levied and collected with costs by distress upon the goods and chattels wherever found of the company liable therefor, under a warrant signed by the Provincial Secretary, directed to the Sheriff of

any County, and the Sheriff shall levy and collect the tax, or so much thereof as may be in arrear, and all costs, by sale of the goods and chattels of the company or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the tax and costs;

These are therefore to order and direct you forthwith to make distress of the goods and chattels of the said

and if after making such distress the said sums, together with the reasonable charges of taking and keeping the distress, are not sooner paid, then to sell such goods and chattels so by you distrained or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy such tax and costs, and to pay the money arising from such sale unto me, to be by me paid into the Provincial Treasury, and to render the overplus, if any, on demand to the said

and if any such distress cannot be found, then to certify the same unto me.

Given under my hand and seal of office at Halifax

in the Province of Nova Scotia, this day
of

A.D.

Provincial Secretary.

CHAPTER 17.

An Act to Amend Chapter 17 of the Revised Statutes,

1923, “The Land Tax Act”.

(Passed the 19th day of March, A. D. 1926.)

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

.

1. Section 16 of Chapter 17 of the Revised Statutes, Soo. 16 repealed 1923, the “Land Tax Act”, is repealed and the following substituted therefor:

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16. Every tax imposed by this Chapter shall be a first and paramount lien and charge upon the land in respect of which the same is imposed, notwithstanding that any person whomsoever has any estate, right, title or interest therein or in any part thereof as owner, lessee, mortgagee or by way of lien or charge or otherwise howsoever.

CHAPTER 18.

An Act to Amend Chapter 17, Revised Statutes of

Nova Scotia, 1923, “The Land Tax Act".

(Passed the 19th day of March, A. D. 1926.)

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

Seo. 2, s. (3) repealed; substítuted.

1. Sub-section (3) of Section 2 of Chapter 17, Revised Statutes of Nova Socita, 1923, is repealed, and the following substituted therefor:

Minister

(3) “Minister” means the Attorney-General acting as Minister of Lands and Forests, and includes the Deputy Minister of Lands and Forests.

Chapter amended.

2. Said Chapter 17 is further amended by striking out the word "Commissioner" wherever the same occurs therein, and substituting therefor the word “Minister''.

Soc. 7, 88. (2) repealed; substituted.

3. Sub-section (2) of Section 7 of said Chapter is repealed, and the following substituted therefor:

Provincial Land (2) The Governor-in-Council may appoint three Assessors.

persons to be called “Provincial Land Assessors, who shall hold office during pleasure and shall be paid such salary as the Governor-in-Council determines. Such assessors shall constitute an assessment board for the Province, and may fix the value of any lands liable to taxation under this Chapter, at such sum, greater or less than two dollars per acre, as may, in the opinion of such assessors, be the actual value thereof.

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