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CHAPTER 84.

An Act to Authorize the Town of North Sydney to

Borrow Money.

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

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

I. The Town of North Sydney is authorized to Purpose of borrow or raise by way of loan on the credit of the Town a sum not exceeding Two Thousand Two Hundred Dollars for the purpose of repaying to The Royal Bank of Canada money borrowed from said Bank for the purpose of extending a sewer outlet.

2. Where any money is borrowed or raised by the Sinking fund. issue and sale of debentures of the town under this Act and the Municipal Debentures' Act, the Council of the town shall provide for a sinking fund with respect to such debentures.

The amount to be paid annually into said sinking fund shall not be less than two per centum of the aggregate amount of said debentures, and shall not be more than the council deems sufficient to provide for the payment of the debentures when the same are payable, and the first payment into such sinking fund shall be made within one year from date of the debentures.

3. Every sum required for

Interest and Sinking fund lawful charges.

(a) interest on such debentures;

(b) the sinking fund so provided;

shall be held to be sums required for the ordinary lawful purposes of the town, and shall be raised, levied and collected in the same manner and in all respects as other sums required for the ordinary lawful purposes of the town are raised, levied and collected.

CHAPTER 85.

An Act to Authorize the Town of Shelburne to Borrow
Money for the Purpose of Purchasing a Rock

Breaker and Equipment.

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

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

Authority to borrow.

I. The Town of Shelburne is authorized to borrow or raise by way of loan on the credit of the town a sum not exceeding Two Thousand Dollars for the purpose of purchasing a Rock Breaker and Equipment for use in connection with the construction, repair and maintenance of streets in the town.

Sinking fund.

2. Where any money is borrowed or raised by the issue and sale of debentures of the town under this Act and the Municipal Debenture Act, the Council of the Town shall provide for a sinking fund with respect to such debentures.

The amount to be paid annually into said sinking fund shall not be less than six per centum of the aggregate amount of said debentures, and shall not be more than the council deems sufficient to provide for the payment of the debentures when the same are payable, and the first payment into such sinking fund shall be made within one year from date of the debentures.

Interest and Sinking fund lawful charges.

3.

Every sum required for

(a) interest on such debentures;

(b) the sinking fund so provided;

shall be held to be sums required for the ordinary lawful purposes of the town, and shall be raised, levied and collected in the same manner and in all respects as other sums required for the ordinary lawful purposes of the town are raised, levied and collected.

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CHAPTER 86.

"An Act to Authorize the Town of Springhill to Borrow Money Towards Redeeming

Debentures."

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

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Be it enacted by the Governor, Council and Assembly, as follows: 1. The Town of Springhill is authorized to borrow Authority to

borrow or raise by way of loan on the credit of the Town a sum not exceeding Five Thousand Five Hundred Dollars, required in addition to the Sinking Fund to redeem and pay off Debentures of the Town amounting in the whole to Twelve Thousand Dollars, that is to say Debentures dated 1st, July, 1905 payable 1st July, 1925, and issued under Chapter 86 of the Acts of 1905, entitled, “An Act to authorize the Town of Springhill to borrow money to pay maturing Debentures.”

2. Where any money is borrowed or raised by the Sinking fund. issue and sale of Debentures of the Town under this Act and the Municipal Debentures' Act the Council of the Town shall provide for a Sinking Fund with respect to such Debentures. The amount to be paid annually into the Sinking Fund shall not be less than 3

per centum of the aggregate amount of said Debentures, and shall not be more than the Council deems sufficient to provide for the payment of the Debentures when the same are payable, and the first payment into such Sinking Fund shall be made wäthin one year from the date of the Debentures. 3. Every sum required for

(a) interest on such debentures;

(b) the sinking fund so provided; shall be held to be sums required for the ordinary lawful purposes of the Town, and shall be raised, levied and collected in the same manner and in all respects as other sums required for the ordinary la wful purposes of the Town are raised, levied and collected.

Interest and Sinking fund lawful charges.

CHAPTER 87.

An Act Relating to the Town of Windsor.

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

Authority to sell certain land.

Be it enacted by the Governor, ('ouncil and Assembly as follows:

The Town of Windsor is hereby authorized on behalf of the said Town to sell to such person or persons or body corporate for such price as shall be satisfactory to the Town Council, “All that certain parcel or tract of land situate, lying and being on the East side of Gerrish Street in the Town of Windsor, being sixty feet more or less from the South East corner of Gerrish Street and Victoria Street, and bounded on the North by the County of Hants Court House and Jail property; on the East by lands of F. Joseph Curry and Estate of Edgar D. Shand;on the South by lands of Thomas S. Lunn and on the West by Gerrish Street, and containing eleven hundredths of an acre more or less,” and a conveyance of the said lands by the Town Council of the said Town of Windsor executed by the Mayor and Town Manager of the said Town shall convey to the grantee all title to the said lot of land which the Town of Windsor at the date of such conveyance had therein.

CHAPTER 88.

An Act to Enable the Town of Windsor to Construct

Permanent Sidewalks.

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

I.

Petitions for permanent sidewalk construction.

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

Upon representation to the Town Council of the Town of Windsor of a petition signed by the persons owning not less than two-thirds of the frontage of the real property fronting on any street or part of a street praying that the side walk in front of such real property fronted upon such street or part of a street may be reconstructed with concrete or ether permanent material, the Council may direct such to be done.

half cost.

2. One half the cost of reconstructing such side-Ownerse to pay walk shall be borne by the persons owning real property frontage on such street or part of a street the sidewalk in front of which has been reconstructed as aforesaid in proportion to their respective frontages thereon.

half cost.

3. The remaining half of the cost of such recon- Town to pay struction shall be paid by the Town out of the yearly appropriation for streets.

4. The cost of reconstructing with concrete or Cost at street other permanent material at the intersection of streets be borne by or lands shall be borne entirely by the Town.

5. Upon the completion of the work the Town Plan and list of Clerk shall cause to be made a plan of the sidewalk Properties. reconstructed, showing the frontage thereon of each property and the name of the owner of each property. He shall also make a list of the owners of such properties with the frontage of each property and the amount due in respect of each property and shall file such plan and list in his office.

evidence of

6. Upon such plan and list being completed and Plan and list filed the same shall in any action or proceeding, liability, save as to the right of appeal, be conclusive evidence of the liability of every person named therein in respect to each property of which he is stated to be the owner for the amount stated in respect to each such property:

amended.

7. Any such plan or list may be amended from Plan of List time to time by the Town Clerk and any such amend-marne ment shall in like manner, and subject to appeal as aforesaid, be conclusive evidence of the facts stated therein.

8 The Town Clerk shall furnish the assessors Clerk to furnisha

Assessors with with copies of every such list or amendments thereof List. with the date of the filing in the office of the Town Clerk endorsed thereon.

9 The Amount specified in any such list as pay- Lien. able in respect to any property shall from the date of

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