The Ordinances of the North-west Territories: Being an Official Consolidation of the Ordinances of the North-west Territories in Force on August 31st, 1905, as the Same Appear in the Consolidation of 1898, and the Amendments Thereto, Together with the Public General Ordinances, Enacted by the Legislature of the North-west Territories, After the Year 1898

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rep 23
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An Ordinance respecting Elections
36
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40
57
57
rep 5 am 5
76
O 1905
77
Elections
79
An Ordinance respecting Controverted Elections
86
Controverted Elections
91
An Ordinance respecting the Public Service of the Territories
95
An Ordinance respecting the Department of the Attorney General
101
An Ordinance respecting the Department of the Territorial Secretary
103
An Ordinance respecting the Department of Agriculture
105
An Ordinance respecting the Department of Public Works
107
Department of Public Works
110
An Ordinance respecting the Treasury Department and the Auditing of the Public Accounts
123
rep 11
139
An Ordinance respecting Public Printing
140
An Ordinance respecting Inquiries concerning Public Matters
142
An Ordinance respecting Security to be given by Public Officers
143
Public Inquiries 13 Security by Public Officers
151
An Ordinance respecting the Registration of Births Marriages and Deaths
152
Vital Statistics
158
An Ordinance respecting the Expropriation of Lands repealed 1901
162
An Ordinance to make regulations with respect to Coal Mines
163
Expropriation repealed 1901 c 4
168
An Ordinance respecting the Inspection of Steam Boilers and the examination of Engineers operating the same
184
Steam Boilers Inspection
186
An Ordinance respecting Ferries repealed 1901 c 4 s 78
193
An Ordinance respecting Public Health
194
An Ordinance to regulate Public Aid to Hospitals
205
TITLE III
207
Judicature
349
An Ordinance respecting Clerks and Deputy Clerks
356
Chap 44 Conditional Sales
360
An Ordinance respecting Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs
364
An Ordinance respecting Commissioners to Administer Oaths
371
An Ordinance respecting Notaries Public
372
An Ordinance to Abolish Priority among Execution Creditors
373
Creditors Relief
374
An Ordinance Exempting certain Property from seizure and Sale under Execution
380
An Ordinance respecting Juries
382
An Ordinance respecting Alimony
387
An Ordinance to amend the law relating to Slander
388
An Ordinance respecting Limitation of Actions in certain Cases
389
An Ordinance respecting Justices of the Peace
390
Justices of the Peace
395
An Ordinance respecting Constables
396
An Ordinance respecting Distress for rent and ExtraJudicial Seizure
397
An Ordinanec respecting Arbitration
400
Arbitration
401
An Ordinance respecting the Investigation of Accidents by Fire
405
TITLE IV
407
An Ordinance respecting the holding of Lands in Trust for Religious Societies and Congregations
408
Investigation of Fires 37 Tenancy in Common 38 Religious Societies Lands
411
TITLE V
412
An Ordinance respecting Factors and Agents
430
An Ordinance respecting Choses in Action
434
Choses in Action
435
An Ordinance respecting Preferential Assignments
436
An Ordinance respecting Mortgages and Sales of Personal Property
437
An Ordinance respecting Hire Receipts and Conditional Sales of Goods
450
An Ordinance respecting Partnerships
452
Partnerships
455
TITLE VI
457
Marriages
461
An Ordinance respecting the Personal Property of Married Women
466
An Ordinance respecting Compensation to the Families of Persons killed by Accidents
467
An Ordinance respecting Insurance for the Benefit of Wife and Children
468
An Ordinance respecting Masters and Servants
475
CHAPTER PAQE 51 An Ordinance respecting the Legal Profession and the Law Society of the Territories
478
Legal Profession
479
An Ordinance respecting Auctioneers Hawkers and Pedlers
537
An Ordinance respecting Liens in favour of Mechanics and others
539
Mechanics Liens
549
An Ordinance respecting Threshers Liens
551
TITLE VIII
552
An Ordinance to Authorize the Changing of the names of Incorporated
605
Companies repealed 1901 c 20 s 150
630
An Ordinance respecting Foreign Corporations
631
An Ordinance respecting Mining Companies repealed 1901c 20 s 150
637
An Ordinance respecting the Manufacture of Butter and Cheese
638
An Ordinance respecting Benevolent and other Societies
645
Dairy Associations 66 Benevolent Societies
646
An Ordinance respecting Mechanics and Literary Institutes
650
Mechanics Institutes
653
An Ordinance respecting Cemeteries
654
Cemeteries
655
An Ordinance respecting Agricultural Societies
661
An Ordinance respecting Municipalities
672
Municipalities
693
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727
An Ordinance respecting the Assessment of Railways
768
Assessment of Railways
769
An Ordinance respecting Villages
770
aff 22 am 5 rep 6 rep 5
791
An Ordinance respecting Local Improvement Districts
795
An Ordinance respecting Irrigation Districts
820
Irrigation Districts
823
An Ordinance respecting Schools
848
TITLE X
898
An Ordinance respecting Fences
905
An Ordinance respecting Stallions and Bulls
908
Entire Animals
911
An Ordinance respecting Pound Districts
913
Pound Districts
925
An Ordinance respecting Estray Animals
926
An Ordinance respecting the Herding of Animals
934
Herd Districts
935
An Ordinance for the Protection of Sheep and other Animals from Dogs
947
An Ordinance respecting Stock injured by Railway Trains
948
An Ordinance respecting Noxious Weeds
949
An Ordinance for the Protection of Game
953
Game
954
Relating to Protection of Person and Property
961
Prairie Fires
962
Construction of Chimneys
967
TITLE XII
968
Miscellaneous
1032
Lords
1035
Use of Tobacco by Minors
1036
An Ordinance to Declare and Amend the Law of Partnership c
1039
An Ordinance respecting the Inspection of Stock c 19 1899
1054
Stock Inspection
1057
Remission of Penalties 97 Assignments for the general benefit of Creditors
1059
An Ordinance to secure Compensation to Workmen c 13 1900
1060
Expediting of Decision of Constitutional Question 101 Devolution of Estates
1063
Official Auditors
1064
Water Gas Electric and Telephone
1065
An Ordinance respecting the Exemption from Taxation of Beet Sugar
1071
Exemption of Sugar Beet Factories 105 School Assessment
1072
An Ordinance to regulate Public Aid to Schools c 31 1901
1110
An Ordinance respecting Drainage c 6 1903 1st session
1116
An Ordinance respecting the Confirmation of Sales of Land for Taxes
1123
An Ordinance respecting the voluntary Winding Up of Joint Stock
1130
An Ordinance respecting Trust Companies c 15 1903 1st session
1147
CHAPTER PAGE
1151
An Ordinance to amend Chapter 30 of the Ordinances of 1901 intituled
1158
Horse Breeders
1160
An Ordinance to Provide for the payment of Succession Duties
1164
Seduction
1175
An Ordinance respecting Trustees and Executors and the Administra
1177
An Ordinance respecting Mutual Fire Insurance c 21 1903
1195
University
1210
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1216
Index
1219

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