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year 1910, and in each year thereafter during the currency of said debentures, such sums as may, by resolution, be determined by the said Council, not, however, to be less than two per cent. of the amount borrowed under the provisions of this Act, and such sums shall be rated and collected in the same manner and with the same remedies as other rates and taxes.

5. This Act shall not take effect until the same is Meeting of adopted by a meeting of the ratepayers of the town, duly ratepayers. convened in accordance with the provisions of sections 143 and 144 of “The Towns' Incorporation Act.” And it shall be lawful for the said meeting to direct the Town Council to borrow the whole, or from time to time any part, of the sums mentioned in this Act.

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6. A certificate under the hand of the Mayor and Town Evidence of

6 Clerk, and under the corporate seal of the town, of a re-Act!

adoption of solution passed under the next preceding section of this Act, shall be conclusive evidence of the adoption of the Act, and of the passing of the resolution provided for in said section.

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7. Upon approval by vote of the ratepayers in accord Amount to be ance with the provisions of sections 143 and 144 of “The Towns' Incorporation Act," the Town Council of the said town is authorized to borrow the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars, in whole or in part, or in such amounts, from year to year, as said Council, by resolution, declares to be necessary and expedient, but so that the amount so borrowed shall not in the aggregate exceed the said sum of twenty-five thousand dollars.

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8. The water district of the town as heretofore defined Water district. by by-law, from time to time, pursuant to section 11 chapter 81 of the Acts of 1891, is hereby declared to be extended so as to be co-terminous with the boundaries of the town, and all moneys by any Act or Acts heretofore passed, -assessable upon property and income situate within the water district of the town, shall hereafter be ratable and assessable upon all property and income within the limits of the town.

Provided, however, that such extension shall not take effect until the Town Council of the said town passes a bylaw extending the water district of the town to the boundaries of the town, as mentioned in this section.

CHAPTER 107.

An Act to authorize the Town of Amherst to borrow Money for the extension of the Sewerage System of

the Town.

(Passed the 25th day of April, A. D., 1907.)

SECTION.

1. Power to borrow.
2. Sec. 3, Chap. 114, acts of 1906, to

apply.
3. Debentures' Act.
4. When Act shall take effect.

SECTION.

5. Evidence of adoption of act.
6. When money may be borrowed. I
7. Liability of owners.
8. Interest assessed.

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

Power to borrow.

1. The town of Amherst is hereby authorized to borrow on the credit of the town such sums of money, not exceeding tbree thousand dollars in the whole, as may be required, for the purpose of extending the sewerage system of the town, as may from time to time be directed by the Council.

Sec. 3, Chap. 114, Acts of

Debentures'
Act.

2. Any outlay incurred by the town under this chapter, 1906, to apply. including the annual interest on debentures authorized to

be issued, shall be met, as provided by section 3 of chapter 114 of the Acts of 1906, the whole of which section shall apply to all moneys expended under this Act.

3. For the purpose of effecting the said loan hereby authorized, the Council is empowered to make and issue, subject to the provisions of “The Municipal Debentures Act, 1902,” from time to time, as the Council may deem expedient, the town's debentures, each in the sum of one hundred dollars or a multiple thereof, bearing interest at such rate as the Council may determine, not exceeding five per centum per annum, and redeemable at a period not exceeding thirty years from the issue thereof.

When Act shall take effect.

4. This Act shall not take effect until the same is adopted by a meeting of the ratepayers of the town, duly convened in accordance with the provisions of sections 143 and 144 of “the Towns' Incorporation Act.' And it shall be lawful for the said meeting to direct the Town Council to borrow the whole, or from time to time any part, of the sums mentioned in this Act.

Evidence of adoption of Act.

5. A certificate under the hand of the Mayor and Town Clerk, and under the corporate seal of the town, of a resolution passed under the next preceding section of this Act, shall be conclusive evidence of the adoption of the Act, and of the passing of the resolution provided for in said section.

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6. Upon approval by vote of the ratepayers, in accord - When money ance with the provisions of sections 143 and 144 of “The Towns' Incorporation Act,” the Town Council of the said town is authorized to borrow the sum of four thousand dollars, in whole or in part, or in such amounts from year to year as said Council, by resolution, declares to be necessary and expedient, but so that the amount so borrowed shall not in the aggregate exceed the said sum of four thousand dollars.

7. All owners of properties situated at or near points of Liability of termination of sewers, trunk or branch, shall be deemed to have been liable to pay under Sec. 17 of Chap. 91 of the Acts of 1902, and amending Acts, and are hereby declared to have been and to be liable to pay the same rate of frontage tax as if the sewer passed in froni of said properties for their entire length, provided that in no case shall any such property be assessed for a greater length of frontage tax than sixty feet beyond the termination of such

owners.

sewer.

assessed.

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8. The Council of the town shall annually add to the Interest estimates to be rated each year upon the town for purposes, a sum sufficient to pay the annual interest accruing upon the moneys borrowed under the authority of this Act, and such sums shall be rated and collected in the same manner and with the same remedies as the other rates and taxes.

CHAPTER 108.

An Act to amend Chapter 110, Acts of 1906, entitled, “ An

Act to enable the Town of Amherst to widen
Union Row and other Streets in the

said Town.”

(Passed the 28th day of March, A. D., 1907.)

SECTION,

Preamble.
1. Expenditure approved by meeting.

SECTION.

2, New award to be made.

Preamble.

Whereas, an award has been made under the provisions of said Chapter 110, providing for the widening of Union Row, in the town of Amherst;

And whereas, a meeting of ratepayers was called, and beld under the provisions of section 12 of said chapter 110, and said expenditure was not approved by said meeting;

And whereas, it is desirable that the matter of the said proposed expenditure be again submitted to a meeting of ratepapers for their approval ;

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

Expenditure
approved
by meeting.

1. The Town Council of the town of Amherst may, under the provisions of section 12 of said chapter 110, and of “The Towns' Incorporation Act," at any time within six months from the passing of this Act, call a meeting of the ratepayers in all respects as though no previous meeting had been held, and if at said meeting, so called as aforesaid, the expenditure required by the said award, made under the provisions of said chapter 110, is approved, as required by the award already made, the Town Council shall proceed with the said work in accordance with the provisions of said chapter, and the award so previously made shall, when confirmed by the Town Council, be in all respects a valid and ettectual award.

New award to be made.

2. The said Town Council, in its discretion, before calling a meeting as aforesaid to approve the expenditure required under the award heretofore made, may proceed, under the provisions of said chapter 110, to have a new award made in accordance with said chapter, in which case all the provisions of said chapter shall apply to such new award in all respects as though no previous award had been made thereunder.

CHAPTER 109.

An Act to enable the town of Parrsboro to borrow Money
to extend its Water System and secure an

Additional Supply of Water.

(Passed the 25th day of April, A. D., 1907.)

SECTION.

1. Power to borrow,
2. Lien.
3. Debentures,
4. Interest, how paid.

SECTION.

5. Sinking fund.
6. Town meeting not necessary.
7. Chapter 63, Acts of 1897, to apply.

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

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1. The town of Parrsboro is authorized to borrow upon lower to the credit of the town, a sum of money not exceeding ten thousand dollars in the whole, to defray the expenditure to be incurred in the future in extending the present water system of the said town, and securing an additional supply of water, and for no other purpose.

2. The debeptures authorized to be issued under this Lien. Act shall form a lien upon, and be a charge against, the property liable to taxation within the town of Parrsboro, and all the revenues of the town.

3. For the purpose of affecting the said loan, the said Debentures. town is empowered to make and issue, from time to time, as the Council deems expedient, the town's debentures for five hundred dollars each, bearing interest at such rate as the Town Council determines, not exceeding, however, five per centum per anuum, payable halfyearly, and redeemable in twenty years from the issuing thereof. Such debentures shall be signed by the mayor and clerk of the town, and under the seal of the town, subject to the provisions of

The Municipal Debentures Act, 1902," in so far as the same is not inconsistent with tbis Act.

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4. The Town Council shall each and every year include Interest, how in the town estimates a sum sufficient to pay the interest on said debentures, including the deficiency, if any, from any former year, and shall rate and collect such sum in the same manner, and with the same remedies, as ordinary rates and taxes.

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