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CHAPTER 45.

An Act to Amend Chapter 134, Revised Statutes of
Nova Scotia, 1923, “The Solemnization of

Marriage Act"

(Passed the 15th day of March, A. D. 1926.)

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

1. Sub-section (1) of Section 2 of Chapter 134, pealed; subertia

(),[ Revised Statutes of Nova Scotia, 1923, is repealed, and the following substituted therefor:

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Registrar.

(f) “Registrar” means the Registrar-General and includes the Deputy Registrar-General.

CHAPTER 46.

An Act to Amend Chapter 144, Revised Statutes of

Nova Scotia, 1923, “The Registry Act”.

(Passed the 15th day of March, A. D. 1926.)

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

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1. Sub-section (2) of Section 27 of Chapter 144, Amended (2) Revised Statutes of Nova Scotia, 1923, is amended by inserting the words "such registration” between the word "but" and the word "shall” in the third line thereof.

CHAPTER 47.

An Act to Amend Chapter 157, Revised Statutes of

Nova Scotia, 1923, “The Public Health Act".

(Passed the 15th day of March, A. D. 1926.)

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

8. 3 amended.

1. Section 3 of Chapter 157, Revised Statutes of Nova Scotia, 1923, is amended by striking out the words "Provincial Secretary” in the second line thereof, and substituting therefor the words "Minister of Natural Resources".

8. 6, 28. (1), alause (i), amended,

2. Clause (i) of Sub-section (1) of Section 5 of said Chapter 157 is amended by striking out the words "Provincial Secretary” in the first and second lines thereof, and substituting therefor the words "Minister of Natural Resources".

8. 5, as. (1), clauso added.

3. Sub-section (1) of Section 5 of said Chapter 157 is further amended by adding thereto the following clause:

perform all the duties of the Deputy RegistrarGeneral, referred to in The Vital Statistics Act.

8. 6, 88. (2). clause ad

4. Sub-section (2) of Section 6 of said Chapter 157 is amended by adding thereto the following clause:

(g) for the inspection, supervision and control of camps, tents, enclosures and places used as tourist camps.

8. 12,-8. (1), olause (1) amended.

5. Clause (f) of Sub-section (1) of Section 12 of said Chapter 157 is amended by striking out the words "Provincial Secretary" in the fourth line thereof and substituting therefor the words “Minister of Natural Resources".

8. 14, (8), amended.

6. Sub-section (3) of Section 14 of said Chapter 157 is amended by striking out the words “Vacancies in any such Board shall be filled by the municipal council by which the Board was appointed” in the last three lines thereof, and substituting therefor the following:

"Vacancies in any such Board may be filled by the warden and any three councillors; and the person so appointed shall have the same powers, duties and liabilities as if appointed by the municipal council, and shall hold office until the municipal council appoints another person to fill the vacancy, which the municipal council may do at any time.'

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7. Sub-section (1) of Section 22 of said Chapter S. 22, (1), 157 as amended by Section 7 of Chapter 43 of the Acts of 1924, is amended by striking out the words "Provincial Secretary' in the ninth line thereof, and substituting therefor the words "Minister of Natural Resources".

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8. Sub-section (2) of Section 33 of said Chapter S. 33, 3 (2). 157 is amended by striking out the words "Provincial Secretary" in the second line thereof, and substituting therefor the words “Minister of Natural Resources".

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9. Sub-section (5) of Section 33 of said Chapter S. 33, (5), 157 is amended by striking out the words "Provincial Secretary”' in the third line thereof, and substituting therefor the words "Minister of Natural Resources".

10. Section 95 of said Chapter 157 is repealed and subesti cepealed; the following substituted therefor:

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95. No new cemetery shall be opened and no Cemeteries

Location of existing cemetery shall be extended, where the boundaries of the land set apart for burials in such new cemetery, or extension of any existing cemetery, are within two hundred yards of any college, school house or hospital, or of any existing dwelling house, without the written consent and approval of the Provincial Health Officer. If the Provincial Health Officer signifies his consent thereto and approval thereof, the boundaries of the land set apart for burials in such new cemetery or extension of any existing cemetery may be within two hundred yards, but shall not be within one hundred yards of any

college, school house or hospital or of any existing dwelling house. Provided always that in the case of a city or incorporated town a cemetery may be established or extended within the limits thereof when it appears to the satisfaction of the Governorin-Council that for the extent of territory included in the city or town a cemetery may safely be established or extended therein, and that the council and board of health of said city or town approve thereof.

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S. 102.

11. Section 102 of said Chapter 157 is amended by adding thereto the following clause:

No person shall sell or offer for sale as ice cream, any product, which is made with ice taken from a polluted or defiled source, as defined by Section 103 of this Chapter, or which contains less than ten per cent of milk fat, or which contains any fat other than milk fat, or which contains more than two per cent of thickeners or stabilizers, or which has been refrozen”.

CHAPTER 48.

An Act to Amend Chapter 158, Revised Statutes,

1923, "The Nova Scotia Temperance Act”.

(Passed the 15th day of March, A. D. 1926.)

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

8. 5, 88. 2A, as onaoted by S. 6,

1. Sub-section 2A of Section 5 of said Chapter Ch. 44,1824, 158, as the same was enacted by Section 6 of Chapter

44 of the Acts of Nova Scotia for the year 1924, is amended by striking out the word "Board” in the first and last lines thereof and substituting therefor the words "Department of Vendors”.

8. 19, s. 8, amended.

2. Sub-section 8 of Section 19 of said Chapter 158 is amended by striking out the words "Board of Vendor Commissioners for Nova Scotia" in the third line thereof and substituting therefor the words “Department of Vendors".

3. Section 20 of said Chapter 158 is repealed and S. 20. repealed; the following substituted therefor:

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20. (1) Sub-sections 1, 2 and 3 of Section 19 Subsections not

applicable to of this Chapter shall not apply to the City of Halifax. City of Halifar.

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Vendors.

(2) In the City of Halifax the Governor-in-Appointment of
Council may appoint one or more suitable persons to
be called Vendors who shall keep and sell in the
City of Halifax such liquor as may be required for
medicinal, sacramental, mechanical and manufac-
turing purposes.

(3) Such persons so appointed shall be officers Salaries.
of the Department of Vendors, and shall be paid such
salaries as the Governor-in-Council directs, the same
to be paid by the Department of Vendors and to be
included in the expenses of the said Department.

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4. Sections 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, Sections repeat35, 36, 37 and 37a of said Chapter 158 are repealed and the following Sections substituted therefor:

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25. (1) The Principal Vendor may, and is hereby Principal Vend

or to purchase authorized, subject to any regulations made under and sell." this Chapter, to purchase for and on behalf of His Majesty any liquor required by the Department of Vendors and to sell for and on behalf of His Majesty any liquor so purchased to vendors approved under this Act, chemists, druggists, physicians and others to whom the same may lawfully be sold.

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(2) The price to be paid for any liquor so pur-Prices to be apchased and the price at which such liquor shall be so sold must be first approved by the Provincial Secretary.

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(3) The Principal Vendor, with the approval of May refuse to the Provincial Secretary may at any time refuse to tity excessive. sell liquors to any vendor, chemist, druggist, physician or other person when he considers that the quantity of liquor ordered is unreasonable or excessive.

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26. The Governor-in-Council may make rules and Rules and regulations respecting:

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