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Militia.

Protection
Fishery.

Janitor In

solv't Court,

Fuel Public
Buildings.

Gas Light.

Gas.

Gov't. House

Unfinished

contracts.

Colonial

Building.

County Jails.

Poor House.

County Post

Masters

special

grants.

Lighthouses.

Volunteer Militia, two thousand Dollars.

Protection of the Salmon Fisheries, three hundred and twenty-five dollars.

Janitor of Insolvent Court, twenty dollars.

Fuel for the Public buildings, six hundred dollars.

Gaslight and fuel for Government Guardhouse, one hundred dollars.

Gas Company, for Gas, one thousand three hundred dollars.

Government House, six hundred and fifty dol

lars.

Unfinished contracts, a sum sufficient.

Repairs and disbursements, Colonial Building, three hundred and twenty-five dollars.

Expenses of County Jails, two thousand nine hundred dollars.

The Poor House, two thousand five hundred dollars.

Country Postmasters, special grant, two hundred and fifty dollars.

LIGHTHOUSES,

One thousand six hundred and twenty-five dollars, that is to say:

Saint Andrew's Point, forty dollars and sixtytwo cents.

Rustico, twenty-four dollars and thirty-seven

cents.

Tracadie, twenty-four dollars and thirty-seven cents.

Saint Peters, twenty-four dollars and thirtyseven cents.

Murray Harbor, twenty-four dollars and thirty

seven cents.

New London, twenty-four dollars and thirtyseven cents.

Crapaud, twenty-four dollars and thirty-seven

cents.

Summerside, twenty-four dollars and fifty cents. Little Channel, thirty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Under the superintendence of the Board of Works for the following services:

Special grant for Roads, Bridges, and Wharves, Special, for twenty-five thousand dollars.

And the following sums at the disposal of the Government for the following services :

Roads and
Bridges.

town, Shed

Packet between Charlottetown, Shediac and Packet, Ch'Cascumpec, three hundred and twenty-five dol- iac and Caslars.

cumpec.

Subsidy to Packet between Souris, Charlotte- Do. between town, Grand River, Georgetown and Pictou, three Souris. hundred and twenty-five hundred dollars.

Subsidy to Packet between Saint Peter's, Do. between Rustico, Charlottetown and Shediac, five hund- St. Peter's. red dollars.

Subsidy to Packet between Shediac and West Do. between Point, two hundred and forty-five dollars.

Shediac and
West Point.

Subsidy to Packet between Charlottetown, Do. between Pictou and Montague Bridge, one hundred and Montague B. sixty-five dollars.

Subsidy to Packet between Charlottetown, Pic- Do. between tou, Grand River, Cardigan Bridge, and Murray Grand River. Harbor, four hundred Dollars.

For the encouragement of Agriculture and Agriculture Local Industry.

N

Queen's C.

Do. King's C.

do. Prince C.

Queen's County, six hundred and fifty dollars.
King's County, five hundred dollars.

Prince County, five hundred dollars.

And the following sums at the disposal of the Government for the following services:City Fire Department, three hundred and department. twenty-five dollars.

City Fire

Fire department Summerside.

Cascumpec

Agricultural

Society.

Steam Communicatiom

between out ports.

Do. between

The Fire Department Summerside, fifty dollars.

Cascumpec Agricultural Society, thirty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Maintenance of Steam Communication between the Ourtports, if required, three thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.

Maintenance of Steam Communication beCh'town and tween Charlottetown and Mount Stewart, if reM't Stewart. quired, six hundred and forty-eight dollars.

Deaf and

Deaf and Dumb Institution, Halifax, in addition Dumb Insti- to amount already placed on Estimates, one hundred and seventy-two dollars.

tution Hali

fax.

Lunatic Asy

lum.

New Law

Lunatic Asylum, in addition to statutory grant, four thousand dollars.

And the following sums at the disposal of the Government for the following services:

To defray the cost of building New Law Courts Courts Ch' in Charlottetown, forty thousand dollars.

town.

County C.
Houses.

Surveyor G.

To defray costs of building Court Houses or County Courts or as much thereof as may be required, twenty-five thousand dollars.

The Surveyor General in addition to his Salary additional. by Statute, one hundred and sixty dollars.

Sec'y Board

The Secretary of the Board of Education in Education, addition to his Salary by statute, one hundred additional and sixty dollars.

Clerk Ex.

The Second Assistant Clerk of the Executive 2d Assistant Council in addition to his allowance by three hundred and twenty-four dollars.

statute, Council.

The Assistant Clerks in the Customs Depart- Assistant C. ment, seven hundred dollars.

Customs.

Theophilus Stewart, Esquire, Indian Commis- Indian Com'r sioner, one hundred and sixty dollars.

And the following sums at the disposal of the Government for the following services :

Gov. General

To defray expenses of reception of His Excel- Reception of lency the Governor General, if required, two thousand dollars.

Salaries of School Teachers recommended to Salaries of S.

commended

be paid by investigating Commissioners, three Teacher's rethousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars, to be paid,

To the Honorable George Coles in recognition Hon G. Coles of past political services, five hundred dollars.

To the widow of the late Honorable Edward Mrs. Whelan. Whelan, one hundred dollars.

The Galbraith Band, fifty dollars.

Band.

Towards the erection of a New Court House Court H. and Jail at Summerside, five thousand dollars.

Summerside.

Fencing Government Farm and Park, one Fencing G. thousand dollars.

Farm.

Deputy Pro

Deputy Prothonotaries in addition to their allowance by statute, three hundred and twenty thonotary. five dollars.

And a sum sufficient out of the money voted House of for the contingencies of the House of Assembly Assembly. to pay the Speaker of the House, the sum of five hundred dollars, and each Member thereof the sum of two hundred dollars, for their attendance during the present Session, together with their travelling expenses in coming to and returning from the Legislature,

To the President of the Legislative Council, Leg. Council. the sum of five hundred dollars and to each of the Members of the said Council the sum of two hundred dollars for their attendance during the present Session, together with their travelling expenses, as allowed to Members of the House of Assembly, in coming to and returning from the Legislative Council,-the same to be paid out of the amount voted for the contingent expenses of the Legislative Council.

Summerside,

CAP. IX.

An Act to amend the Act to consolidate and amend the several Acts regulating the sale, by License, of Spirituous Liquors, in so far as the same relates to Georgetown and Summerside.

BE

[Passed June 14, 1873.]

E it enacted by the Lieutenant Governor,
Council, and Assembly, as follows:-

1. From and after the passing of this Act, Geo'town & Georgetown and Summerside shall no longer be included in excepted from the provisions of the Thirty-second 32d Sec. 34th section of the Act of the thirty-fourth Victoria, chapter ten.

Vic. Cap. 10.

Applicati ons

II. Any applicant for a tavern license or store for Tavern license, to retail spirituous liquors in less quanLicense for tities than two gallons, in Georgetown or SumGeorgetown merside, shall, and is hereby required to comply side how to with all the provisions of the said Act of the thirty-fourth Victoria, chapter ten, in the same manner as is required by the said Act to be done in country school districts, before any such license shall be granted to retail spirituous liquors in less quantities than two gallons in Georgetown

be made.

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