The Consolidated Statutes of Canada; Proclaimed and Published Under the Authority of the ACT 22 Vict. Cap. 29, A.O. 1859 Volume 1859

The Consolidated Statutes of Canada; Proclaimed and Published Under the Authority of the ACT 22 Vict. Cap. 29, A.O. 1859 Volume 1859

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 edition. Excerpt: ...as regards such Leather. 22 V. c. 26, s. 22. FORM A. Montreal, 1858.No. l.--Good. l8 J. B. lns. FORM B. Toronto, 1858. No. 2.-Rejected. 14; J. B Ins. FORM B. Quebec, 1859. N0. 3.--l)anaged. 17 J. B. Ins. CAP. On a certain requisition, the Minister of Agriculture shall advertise for raons Wil ing to be-come Inspec-tor of Hops in any City. The applicant best uulified shall appointed. He must give security. Bond. No person to act except Inspector or his sworn assistaut. CAP. LII. An Act respecting the Inspection of Hops. ER Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and Assembly of Canada, enacts as 1. Upon the receipt of any requisition signed by not less than twenty persons concerned in the production or consumption of Hops, setting forth the necessity of the appointment of an Inspector of Hops in any incorporated City in this Province, the Minister of Agriculture shall cause a notice to be inserted in the Canada Gazette and in two newspapers published in such incorporated City, to the eifect that every person resident and doing business in such incorporated City, who is desirous of being appointed Inspector of Hops may, within two months from and after the first insertion of such n0tiee, . transmit to the Minister of Agriculture a statement, under oath, setting forth his name, place of business, and the length of time during which he has been concerned in the growth, or consumption of, or traflic in Hops (as the case may be, ) and the quantity of Hops produced, consumed, bought or sold by him during such period, accompanied by such testimonials of his skill in judging of the qualities of Hops as he sees fit and is able to procure, and signifying also his desire to be appointed an Inspector of Hops. 22 V. c..show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236878977