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PROCLAMATIONS

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DEPARTMENTAL REGULATIONS, &C.

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ORDERS IN COUNCIL.

INSPECTOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT,

Toronto, 30th March 1850.

OTICE is hereby given, that His ExceLLENCY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL IN

Council has been pleased to approve of the following Regulations for the .nd Navigation of this Province, and for carrying of Goods Coastwise and for or purposes, under the authority of the Act passed in the 10th & 11th years of Reign of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, intituled An Act for repealing and consoli ng the present Duties of Customs of this Province, and for other purposes therein tioned, and of an Act for amending the same. By Command,

J. W. DUNSCOMB.

REGULATIONS.

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section 1. – Be it ordered, That the Collector or proper Officer of Certain

Goods may stoms at any Port of Entry shall receive entries of the following be introduced ods, that is to say : Grain, Flour or Meal, Beef or Pork, and Wood into this Pro

vince, for ExStaves for Exportation within such time as may be agreed upon, portation wit exceeding Six Calendar Months, under Bond, (which Bond may be thout the ken by the Collector at the Port of Entry, or by the Collector at the du

Tecor aume duty, and ace of Export, as may best suit the convenience of the parties inte- without be

ing warehou sted) to the satisfaction of such Officer, in double the amount of the se ity which would otherwise be chargeable on such Goods, and if ich bond shall have been given at the place of Export, a Certificate lereof under the hand of the Collector or proper Officer of Customs, wall at the time of entering such Goods be produced to the Collector t the Port of Entry.

Section 2.-And be it further ordered, That the Collector or proper Certificate )fficer of Customs at any Port at which Goods may have been entered of Bond be

ing taken to or Exportation, shall grant to the party entering such Goods a Certifi- be granted ate under his hand, containing a full and particular statement in deail of such Goods, when and from where, and by what vessel imported, he amount of and names of sureties, contained in the Bond, which Certificate must be deposited with the Collector of the Port from which the Goods are to be finally shipped with the outward entry : and the

Collector

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ORDERS IN COUNCIL.

INSPECTOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT,

Toronto, 30th March 1850.

N OTICE is hereby given, that His ExceLLENCY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL IN

N Council has been pleased to approve of the following Regulations for the Inland Navigation of this Province, and for carrying of Goods Coastwise and for other purposes, under the authority of the Act passed in the 10th & 11th years of the Reign of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, intituled An Act for repealing and consoli dating the present Duties of Customs of this Province, and for other purposes therein mentioned, and of an Act for amending the same.

By Command,

J. W. DUNSCOMB.

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REGULATIONS.
Section 1. – Be it ordered, That the Collector or proper Officer of Certain

Goods may Customs at any Port of Entry shall receive entries of the following be intro Goods, that is to say : Grain, Four or Meal, Beef or Pork, and Wood into this Pro or Staves for Exportation within such time as may be agreed upon, portation wi

vince, for Exnot exceeding Six Calendar Months, under Bond, (which Bond may be thout the taken by the Collector at the Port of Entry, or by the Collector at the du: place of Export, as may best suit the convenience of the parties inte- without be

thing warehou rested) to the satisfaction of such Officer, in double the amount of the se duty which would otherwise be chargeable on such Goods, and if such bond shall have been given at the place of Export, a Certificate thereof under the hand of the Collector or proper Officer of Customs, shall at the time of entering such Goods be produced to the Collector at the Port of Entry.

Section 2.-And be it further ordered, That the Collector or proper Certificate Officer of Customs at any Port at which Goods may have been entered of Bond be for Exportation, shall grant to the party entering such Goods a Certifi-n

a Gerlinbe granted. cate under his hand, containing a full and particular statement in detail of such Goods, when and from where, and by what vessel imported, the amount of and names of sureties, contained in the Bond, which Certificate must be deposited with the Collector of the Port from which the Goods are to be finally shipped with the outward entry: and the

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