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the owners of a factory should intervene between one or more of the plantations, whose owners have made such contract, and the said factory, it shall be lawful to construct such tramways subject to the provisions hereinafter mentioned across such interven

Certain sections of ing lands. Section two, sections six to fif. Bridgetown Tramteen (both included) sections thirty three, Limited, Act 1884,

ways Company thirty four, thirty six, thirty eight and to be incorporated forty, and sections forty two to forty five with this Act. (both included) of " The Bridgetown Tramways Company, Limited, Act, 1884,” shall be incorporated with this Act and shall continue to be so incorporated notwithstanding that such Act may be subsequently repealed; and the tramways authorised by this Act

and across public roads, shall be constructed and maintained, subject and in accordance with the provisions, regulations, and restrictions contained in the said sections of the said Act, and the gauge of such tramways shall not exceed the limit fixed by section five of that Act, and the Commissioners of Roads shall in respect of such tramways, have the same powers as are conferred on them by sections twenty and twenty one of the said Act in respect of tramways constructed under its provisions. Sections thirty two to forty of the Barbados

Certain sections (both included,) forty five to ninety five Railway Company's (both included,) and one hundred and twenty Act shall be incorpo. four to one hundred and fifty one (both in- rated in this Act. cluded,) and sections one hundred and seventy five, one hundred and seventy eight, one hundred and seventy nine, one hundred and eighty one, one hundred and eighty eight, one hundred and eighty nine, one hundred and ninety one, one hundred and ninety three, one hundred and ninety nine

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and two hundred and thirteen, of " The Barbados Railway Company's Act,” shall be incorporated with this Act, and shall continue to be so incorporated, notwithstanding that such Act may be subsequently repealed, the word "tramway" being substituted for the word “railway;" and the tramways authorised by this Act across the lands of any plantation, shall be constructed subject to and in accordance with the provisions, regulations, and restrictions con

tained in the said sections of the said last Gauge of the

mentioned Act, and the gauge of such Tramways. tramways shall

not exceed the limit mentioned in The Bridgetown Tramways Com

pany, Limited, Act, 1884. Machinery and 11. The machinery of all descriptions imother articles

re: ported to be used in the construction of the quired for the first first co-operative factory to be erected under ways under this Act the provisions of this Act and in laying to be exempt from down tramways connected therewith, shall duty.

be exempted from all duties and imposts of

every kind.

Repeal. Repeal and sav. 12, The Acts mentioned in the schedule to ings.

this Act annexed are hereby repealed pro-
vided that this repeal shall not effect;
1. The past operation of the enactments

hereby repealed nor anything done or
suffered under the enactments hereby

repealed; nor 2. any right, privilege, obligation or lia

bility acquired, accrued, or incurred

under the enactments hereby repealed; 3. any penalty, forfeiture, or punishment

incurred in respect of any offence committed against the enactments hereby repealed;

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CAP. XV.
(Assented to 11th March 1890.)
BARBADOS.
A Bill entitled, An Act to consolidate the Acts

relating to signal stations.

BE it enacted by the Governor, Council

the authority of the same, as follows:Short title.

1. This Act may be cited as, The Signal Stations Act 1890.”

Vesting land in Executive Committee. Signal Stations

2. All and every the buildings and lands vested in Executive belonging to, and connected with the Committee. several signal stations called Moncrieffe,

Cotton Tower, Dover Fort, Grenade Hall, and Highgate, together with the rights, members, easements, and appurtenances to the same respectively belonging, and the signal station, and the signalmen's quarters at Gun Hill, with the land on which they stand, shall be and become and remain and continue vested in the Executive Committee.

Signal Stations. When used. Signal Stations to 3. The signal stations at Gun Hill, be used as such only Moncrieffe, Cotton Tower, Dover Fort, on special occasions. Grenade Hall, and Highgate, shall herce

forward be used as signal stations on such occasions only as the Governor-in-Executive Committee shall determine.

Repeal. Repeal and savo

4. The Acts mentioned in the schedule to ings.

this Act are hereby repealed; provided always that this repeal shall not affect;

SESSION OF 1889-'90.

1. The past operation of the enactments

hereby repealed nor anything done or suffered under the enactments hereby

repealed; nor 2. any right, privilege, obligation, or lia

bility acquired, accrued, or incurred under the enactments hereby repeal

ed ; nor 3. any penalty, forfeiture, or punishment

incurred in respect of any offence committed against the enactments

hereby repealed; nor 4. any investigation, legal proceeding or

remedy in respect of any such right, privilege, obligation, liability, penalty, forfeiture, or punishment as aforesaid, and any such investigation, legal proceeding and remedy may be carried on as if this Act had not passed.

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