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(6) Has served at least twelve months as engineer,

assistant engineer, pumpman, oiler or locomotive engineer ; or

(c) Has served at least eighteen months at mechanical

work in a machine shop.

77. No person shall be eligible for examination for a second-class certificate unless :

(a) He is at least twenty-one years of age ; and,

(6) Is the holder of a third-class certificate and has

been employed as a third-class engineer for not less than one year.

78. No person shall be eligible for examination for a first-class certificate unless :

(a) He is at least twenty-four years of age ; and

(6) Is the holder of a second-class certificate and has

served one year at mechanical work on mine machinery, and has for one year been in charge of a hoisting or haulage engine, or for two years in charge of a colliery engine other than the engine last above specified ; or,

(c) Is the holder of a second-class certificate and has

been engineer in charge of a steam plant for twelve months, or has served at mechanical work in a machine shop for three years.

4. EMPLOYMENT OF ENGINEERS.

79. Every engineer in charge of a steam plant of not less than one hundred and not more than three hundred horse power shall be the holder of at least a third-class certificate.

80. Every engineer in charge of a steam plant of not less than three hundred and not more than eight hundred horse power, shall be the holder of at least a second-class certificate.

81. Every engineer in charge of a steam plant of over eight hundred horse power shall be the holder of a first-class certificate.

82. Every person serving as engineer in charge of an engine of not more than three hundred horse power, used for lowering persons in and out of a mine, or of moving men therein, shall be the holder of at least a third-class certificae, and if such engine is over three hundred horse power, the person serving as engineer in charge thereof shall be the holder of at least a second-class certificate.

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83. Every person employed as engineer in charge engine of not less than seventy-five horse power, used for the purpose of ventilating a unine, and upon the movement or operation of which the safety of any person or persons depends, shall be the holder of at least a third class certificate.

84. On every steam plant of five hundred horse power or over, there shall be on duty in the fire-room at all times, while all or any part of the plant is under steam, a licensed fireman or an engineer who holds at least a third class certificate.

CHAPTER 37.

An Act to amend Chapter 19, Revised Statutes, 1900, “The Coal Mines Regulation Act” as amended by

Chapter 18 of the Acts of 1906.

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

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

-Sub-section 2 of section 5 amended,

1. Sub-section twɔ of section five of Chapter 18 of the Acts of 1906 is hereby amended by striking out all the words of said sub-section after the word " Act” therein.

CHAPTER 38.

An Act to amend Chapter 52, Revised Statutes, 1900,

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The Education Act."

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

SECTION.

1. Sub-section 1, section 23 amended, 2. Sub-section 2, section 23 amended. 3. Sub-section 1, section 24 amended. 4. Sub-section (b), section. 55 amended.

BECTION.

5. Section 77 amended.
6. Section 99 amended.
7. Chapter 7, Acts of 1907, amended.

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

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1. Sub-section one of section twenty-three of Chapter 52 Sub-section 1, of the Revised Statutes, 1900, " The Education Act," is amended. amended by inserting the word “resident” before the word “ratepayers" in the first line.

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2. Sub-section two of said section twenty-three is Bub-section 2, amended by inserting the word “resident” before the word nended. “ ratepayer" in the second line.

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3. Sub-section one of section twenty-four is amended by Snb section 1, striking out the word “of” in the fifth line and inserting in amended. the place thereof the words“ residing in."

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4. Sub-section (6) of section fifty-five is amended by Sub-section (b), striking out of the third line the words “or unlicensed,” amended. with the brackets epclosing the same.

5. Section seventy-seven is amended by adding the fol- Section 77 "lowing sub-section (99) :

(99) “Any necessary expense for the periodical dental

and general medical examinations of the pupils
attending school.”

6. Section ninety-nine of chapter fifty-two of the Revised Section 99 Statutes, 1900, “The Education Act," and all Acts and amended.

" parts of Acts in amendment thereof, are repealed and the following substituted therefor :

99. (1) If, in any school section. where sectional assessment is required to support a free public school, no provision is made at the annual meeting for the support of a school for the ensuing year, or if no annual meeting has been held,

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or if the provision made at said annual meeting proves to be insufficient to have a school provided and opened before the twentieth day of September in any year, the Committee of the District Board appointed under section thirteen of the Education Act shall, when notified by the Inspector that any section is without a school for any of the above reasons, appoint not more than three trustees in the said section interested in the keeping school open, and they shall thereupon be and become the trustees of the said school section with all power and authorities vested in trustees under the Education Act in the place of the trustees, if any, elected by the ratepayers, whose duties will, during the remainder of said school year, be suspended.

(2) The said trustees.or trustee so appointed, shall forthwith estimate and name the sum of money which they deem sufficient for the support of a school for the remainder of the current school year, and shall submit their estimate to said committee for its approval, and when so 'approved of, the amount thereof shall be communicated to the Inspector by the said committee in writing.

Provided, however, that if the committee of the District Board is unable to secure desirable trustees or trustee, they shall notify the Inspector of that fact, in which case the Inspector shall have all powers of trustees for the school section, as provided in this section, and shall forthwith estimate and name the sum of money which he deems sufficient for the support of a school for the remainder of the current school year, and shall submit his estimate to the said committee for its approval as above provided for, which approval shall be communicated to the Inspector by the said committee in writing.

(3) The Inspector shall certify the said sum to the Municipal Clerk who shall levy the said sum so fixed on the section in the same manner as if it had been voted for school purposes at a regular school meeting called for the purpose, and shall prepare a collector's roll for the collection of the

The regular municipal collectors shall collect such rates and taxes in the same manner, and with the same remedies, and for the same remuneration, as in the case of other municipal rates and taxes and shall return the same to the municipal treasurer.

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(4) The amount so collected shall be paid on the order of the Inspector to meet the necessary expenses for the support of a public school in the said section,

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7. Section one of Chapter seven of the Acts of 1906, Chapter 7, Acts entitled An Act to amend chapter fifty-two, Revised amended. Statutes, 1900, “ The Education Act," is amended by adding thereto the following section :

128. "Such school boards, municipal councils and trustees are hereby empowered to enter into any agreement with any annuity company to undertake the payment of such annuities under such agreements as may be approved by the council.”

CHAPTER 39.

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An Act to amend Chapter 53, Revised Statutes, 1900,

“ Education of Deaf or Deaf Mute Persons.”

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

SECTION.

1, Section 3 amended.

SECTION.

2, Sections added.

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

1. Section 3 of chapter fifty-three of the Revised Statutes, Section 3 1900, “Of the Education of Deaf or Deaf Mute Persons," is amended by striking out the words "be entitled to "

' wherever the same occur in sub-section 1 thereof.

2. The said chapter is amended by adding after section Section added. 3 thereof the following sections :

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3A. (1) The parent or guardian of every deaf or deaf mute person of sound mind, between the ages of six and eighteen years, sball notify the warden of the municipality, or the mayor of the city or town, in which such child resides, of the name and

every such child. (2) Every person who is the parent or guardian of a deaf or deaf mute person of sound mind, between the ages of six and eighteen years, who neglects or refuses to notify the warden or mayor of the name, age and address of such child, shall be liable to a penalty of not less than twenty dollars.

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