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Miscellaneous.

7. No boat, ship or vessel shall be entered and cleared at either of the ports of Miramichi and Pictou aforesaid, until all the requirements of the foregoing regulations in reference to such boal, ship or vessel, shall have been fully complied with.

8. Any person who shall contravene, either by omission or commission, any of the foregoing regulations, shall for every such offence incur and pay a fine not exceeding One Hundred Dollars, to be recovered in the manner prescribed by the said Act; and every person who, upon conviction of any such offence, shall fail to pay the amount of fine which he shall have been condemned to pay, shall be imprisoned until such fine be paid.

Now Know Ye that we do hereby command, and enjoin upon all Our loving subjects that they do take notice of and obey the said Regulations so made as aforesaid and govern themselves accordingly.

Ar OUR GOVERNMENT House, in Our CITY OF OTTAWA, this EIGHT day of OCTOBER, in the year of Our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and seventythree, and in the Thirty-seventh year of Our Reign. By Command.

J. C. AIKINS,

Secretary of State.

ACT RESPECTING THE EXTRADITION OF CRIMINALS, CONFIRMED.

DUFFERIN. [L. S.]

CANADA. VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and

Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, &c., &c., &c. To all to whom these presents shall come, or whom the sa:ne may in anywise concern, GREETING:

A PROCLAMATION. John A. MACDONALD, ) W HEREAS in and by the fifty-fifth section of a certain Attorney General, { v Act of the Parliament of Our United Kingdom of

Ganada. ) Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the session thereof, held in the thirtieth and thirty-first years of Our Reign, and intituled: " An Act for " the Union of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and the Government “thereof, and for purposes connected therewith,” it is in effect enacted that where a Bill passed by the Houses of Parliament is presented to the Governor General for Our assent, he shall declare according to his discretion, but subject to the prov. isions of the Act in recital and to Our instructions, either that he assents thereto in Our name or that he with holds our assent; or that he reserves the Bill for the signification of Our pleasure.

Miscellaneous.

And WHEREAS, in and by the fifty-seventh section of the said Act it is in effect enacted that a Bill reserved for the signification of Our pleasure shall not have any force unless and until within two years from the day on which it was presented to the Governor General for Our assent, the Governor General signifies by speech or message to each of the Houses of the Parliament, or by proclamation that it has received the assent of Us in Council.

And Whereas at the Session of the Parliament of Canada, held in the thirtysixth year of Our reign , a certain Bill intituled : “An Act to make further pro• vision respecting the Extradition of Criminals," was passed in and by the Senate and the House of Commons, and was subsequently presented to the Right Honourable Sir Frederick Temple, Earl of Dufferin, Our Covernor General of Canada, for Our assent thereto, and Our said Governor General did, in pursuance of the authority vested in him by the said first above recited Act, declare that he reserved the said Bill for the signification of Our pleasure.

Now Know Ye, that the aforesaid Bill intituled : “An Act to make further " provision respecting the Extradition of Criminals,” so reserved as aforesaid. having been laid before Us in Council, at Our Court at Balmoral, on the Thirtieth day of August, now last past, We have been pleased to declare that the said Bill has received the assent of Us in Council. And We do by these presents and according to the provisions of the said Act of Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, specially confirm, ratify and finally enact and assent to the said Bill. Of all which all Our loving subjects are hereby required lo take notice and to govern themselves accordingly. By Command,

J. G. AIKINS,

Secretary of State. 13 October 1873.

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30 March 1850. Coasting Regulations..........

28 July 1868. do do .....................

29 October 1869. . do do

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31 May 1870. do do

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13 August 1873. do Ships of Italy admitted to Coasting Trade ............

31 January 1855. Refining Sugar in Bond, Regulations........

4 December 1856. Importations by Railroads do ..............

12 March 1860. do

do Supplementary do ...........

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1863. Goods, the produce of Canada, exported, and re-imported, free

24 December 1867. Warehousing Posts List of ...................

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6 Animals imported for improvement of Stock...............

26 September 1870.

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Regulations.........................

6 April 1868. Spirits in Casks of less than 100 gallons..........................

22 May

Swine.— Regulations for slaughtering, curing and packing of..

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Drawback on exportation of imported goods.—Regulations......

23 October 16

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28 September Foreign Reprints of British Copyright Works.—Duty on......

23 October 16 Sufferance Wharves and Warehouses....................

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Vessels arriving from Sea at Ports on River St. John, N. B...

25 March 1869. Tare on Sugar.-Allowance for...........................
« June 16 Bonding Warehouses.- Privilege of using Stores as.......
18 May 1870 Drawback on goods exported to Newfoundland &c ......

2 June " Packages containing " Free Goods " admitted duty free....
18 November 6 Manitoba.-Parts of Customs Laws made applicable to .....

7 June 1871. Machinery imported duty free.—Regulations...............
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" Winnipeg.- Part of Red River. to form part of Port of.......
6 November 6 Proprietary Medicines &c.—Duty thereon defined ............
25 May 1872. British Columbia.—Horses &c. bringing provisions, free......
24 December (6 Tea and Coffee.-Duty of 10 p. cent imposed on............
25 January 1873.“ Old Tom Gin ".- Mode of as certaining Strength..............
4 June 1873. Felted Cloth, liable to Customs duty...........

Ports of Entry constituted by Orders in Council, in addition

to Ports established by the Customs Act, 1867.........
Ont Ports constituted by Orders in Council do do ..........

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Contents.

Date of Orders in

INLAND REVENU E.
Council, &c.

Pages. 31 May 1860 Wany Timber. – Mode of measuring ........ 17 "

1865 Warehousing of Spirits, Malt Liquor and Tobacco.-Regula

tions........................ 26 September 1866 Cigars.—Mode of assessing Cigars for duty .............

8 January 1868 Maltsters.— Classification of.......... 3i 16

Malt may be removed &c. in Bond................ 10 March 6 . do used in combination with Sugar.- Drawback. 27 April " Warehouse Rcgulations.. ............................... 30 May

Tobacco Licenses and Permits.—Regulations..........

Petroleum.-Regulations respecting Inspection &c............. 1 16 Spirits

“ removal of .......... 06 6.

66 Manufactures in Bond.—Regulations respecting. 18 December 66

Malt Coomings and Screenings.-Allowances for......... 15 June 1869 Benzine.-Regulations for the Storage of..

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I do Authorizing the manufacture of................ o cor To Damaged Grain,-Kiln drying duty free........................... 20 August " Residuum of Petroleum and removal of Distillates.. ... ......... - 28 September" Manufacture of Alcoholic Preparations in Bond, Additional

Regulations............ 21 December « Oaths of Officers.—Before whom to be taken......... 9 August 1870 Cigars.—Deduction from weight, for noisture......... 5 December " Methy lated Spirits.—Regulations respecting manufacture of.. 16 January 1871 do do do altered...................... 23 February 1871 Cullers' Fees, Tariff. ........... 12 October " Petroleum, Inspection fees reduced. — Certain Distillates

exempted .............................................. 30 «

« Proprietary Medicines and Strong Waters ........................ 15 March " Ferry Ottawa River.-New Edinburgh & Gatineau Point...... 23 May 1872 do Ristigouche between Campbelltown & Cross Point 4 July

do Ottawa River Buckingham & Cumberland. 20 May 1873 do Ristigouche near Iutercolonial Railway Bridge....

66 Inland Revenue Districts and Divisions.... ........ 4 June

Manitoba.- Inland Revenue Laws extended to.............
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Goods subject to Excise duties and exported, may be re-

imported free from Customs duty ........
Tobacco, Raw or Leaf.-Ports for the entry of.. ........
Ports from which Goods liable to Excise duties may be
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PUBLIC WORK S.

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29 May
8 June

1854 St. Maurice Works.—Regulations and Tolls ..........
1860 Slides, Booms &c.—Ottawa, Madawaska &c.—Tolls on.....

do Tolls altered...................
1 l do Chaudière.—Regulations...........
“ 'Lachine Canal.— Vessels trading to Lower Ports &c..........

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Conlents.

Date of Orders in

Council, &c.

PUBLIC WORKS.

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28 September 1860 Slide, Saguenay.-Regulations ..........
30 August 1862 do Petewawa.- " ...................
13 April 1865 do &c. Booms, Chicoutimi.--Tolls altered ....

“ July " I do do Coulonge, Petewawa &c. “
21 September «

do - Tolls defined ......... 17 May o Slides, Provincial.--Regulations........... 13 "

1867 do Black River.—Tolls............................ 14 October " Rideau Canal at Ottawa.-Regulations, Firewood ...........

7 June 1869 Coal passing Canals upwards, free from Toll ........... 19 April 1870 Welland Canal.— Way rate between Dunnville & Thorold. 14 May o Piers below Quebec.—Tariff of Tolls. ........

9 August « Road, Huntingdon & St. Francis, Tariff of Tolls. 15 April 1871 Slides, Trent.—Tariff of Tolls..........

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66 Slide River du Moine, " ". 7 April 1873 St. Peter's Canal, 18 is

Canals &c ....... 31 May « Canal and Harbour Regulations...........

9 May

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21 July 1857 Steamboat Inspectors--Instructions for guidance of...
18 September " I do do Regulations adopted by .........
31 May 1859 Harbour Commissioners, Montreal. By Laws....................
12 September 1861

do do amended ........... 66 November 1869

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" By Laws, Coal Oil &c...... 18 September 1872

i Vessels loading & nnloading.. 28 June 1862 do do Qucbec.—By Laws........................ 66 66 do do

do By Law........ 20 May 1863 do do

do By Law ............ 7 October 1864 do

do ..... 30 November ( United Statos Vessels in Britist. North American Waters

Imperial Regulations for the prevention of Collisions.... 20 June 1868 Montreal Harbour, Tariff of Fees.......... ............... 2 July - Steamboat Owners to pay 10 cents per ton yearly .......... 9 "

1869 Bathurst and Richibucto Harbours. — Tonnage Duty.... 1 April 1870 Housc Harbour, Magdalen Islands

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66 66 66 .......... 2 June 56 Belleville Harbour Dues........ 22 6

American Vessels frequenting Canadian Ports, Tondage duty. 24 February 1871 Masters and Mates.- Act put into force .............. 16 16 u do do Examination of Candidates for.......... on

u Trinity House, Quebec By Laws, Rules & Regulations....

"I do do Montreal, do ........, 13 March 1871 Port of Cap de Chatte, Gaspé, — Tonnage duty ...........

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