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CHAPTER 61

An Act to amend The Produce Commission
Merchants Act.

[Assented to February 3, 1922.]

IS Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, enacts

as follows:

c. 151.

1. The Produce Commission Merchants Act is amended Rev. Stat. in the manner hereinafter set forth.

2. The title and short title are amended by striking Titles therefrom the word "Commission."

amended

3.-(1) Paragraph 4 of section 2 is repealed and the Section 2 following substituted therefor:

amended

merchant"

"4. 'Produce merchant' means a person who by himself, "Produce, or his clerk, servant or agent, as his principal business, buys or sells produce or receives produce for sale either on commission or for account or credit of the consignor."

(2) Section 2 is further amended by adding thereto the following paragraph:

"5. 'Inspector' means any officer appointed for the "Inspector" purpose of carrying out the provisions of this Act."

5, 8, 9 and 10

4. Sections 3, 5, 8, 9 and 10 are amended by striking Sections 3, out the word "commission" wherever it appears therein. amended

5. Section 5 is amended by adding thereto the following Section 5 subsection:

"(3) Such license shall at all times be displayed in a conspicuous position in the premises of the licensee."

amended

Short title

Interpretation

"Creditor"

"Marriage settlement"

"Settlor"

Settlement to be in writing.

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CHAPTER 62

An Act respecting Marriage Settlements.

[Assented to February 3, 1922.]

IS Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, enacts as follows:

1. This Act may be cited as The Marriage Settlement Act, 1922.

2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, the expression:

1. "Creditor" includes a creditor suing on behalf of himself and all the other creditors of the settlor, an execution creditor and a trustee in bankruptcy;

2. "Marriage settlement" means any indenture, contract, agreement, covenant or settlement entered into in consideration of marriage whereby one of the parties agrees to pay a sum or sums of money to or for the benefit of himself or the other party or any other person or the issue of the marriage, or whereby he settles, grants, conveys, transfers, mortgages, or charges, or agrees to settle, grant, convey, transfer, mortgage or charge, real or personal property of any description upon or to or in favour of any person for the benefit of himself or the other party or any other person or the issue of the marriage;

3. "Settlor" means a party to a marriage settlement who agrees or is liable to pay any sum or sums of money thereunder, or who settles, grants, conveys, transfers, mortgages or charges or agrees to settle, grant, convey, transfer, mortgage or charge any real or personal property upon or to or in favour of any person.

or

3. Every marriage settlement hereafter made and registered entered into by a person residing in Saskatchewan, shall be in writing, signed by the parties thereto, and shall be accompanied by the affidavit of a subscribing witness of the due execution thereof, and an affidavit by the settlor, hereinafter called an affidavit of good faith, that the settlement is entered into in good faith and not for the purpose of delaying, defeating or defrauding the creditors

of the settlor; and such settlement shall be registered as hereinafter provided within three months after the execution thereof.

settlements

4. If any person residing in Saskatchewan, or residing Previous out of Saskatchewan but carrying on business therein, at the date when this Act comes into force, has made a marriage settlement prior thereto, such settlement shall, within six months after that date, be registered in the manner hereinafter mentioned.

settlement by person coming to reside in

5. In case any person becomes a resident of Saskat- Previous wan who has, prior thereto and either before or after the coming into force of this Act, made a marriage settlement, Saskatchewan such settlement shall, within six months after the settlor becomes a resident of Saskatchewan, be registered in the manner hereinafter mentioned.

nonresident

business in

6.-(1) If a person not resident in the province com- Settlement by mences to carry on business therein, and if such person, carrying on prior to so commencing business has either before or Saskatchewan after the coming into force of this Act entered into a marriage settlement, such settlement shall, within six months after the commencement of business in the province, be registered in the manner hereinafter mentioned.

(2) If such a person enters into a marriage settlement after commencing business in Saskatchewan, such settlement shall be registered within three months of the date of its execution.

settlements

7. A marriage settlement not registered in accordance Unregistered with the provisions of this Act shall be absolutely void as tebe void against the creditors of the settlor, whether the claims of such creditors existed before or after the making of the settlement, and shall also, in so far as it deals with personal property, be void as against subsequent purchasers or mortgagees in good faith for value.

8.-(1) Every marriage settlement shall be registered Registration by filing in the office of the registration clerk for chattel mortgages in the judicial district within which the settlor resides or, if the settlor does not reside in Saskatchewan, in every judicial district wherein the settlor carries on business:

(a) in cases under section 3, the original and the
affidavits therein specified;

(1) in cases under sections 4, 5 and 6, the original
or a copy sworn to be a true copy by someone
who swears that he has compared the copy with
the original, accompanied by an affidavit of
good faith by the settlor

Fees

Coming into force

(2) On receipt of a settlement or sworn copy as above provided, the clerk shall:

(a) indorse thereon the hour, day of the month and year when the document was received, and number the same;

(b) enter in alphabetical order in a book to be provided by him the name of the settlor in each such document with the number indorsed thereon opposite to each name;

(c) keep the same in his office for the inspection of the public subject to payment of the proper fee.

9. For services under this Act each registration clerk shall be entitled to receive the following fees:

1. For each registration, $1;

2. For searching each name, 50 cents;

3. For copies of any document filed under this Act, with certificate thereof, every 100 words, 10 cents.

10. This Act shall come into force on the first day of May, 1922.

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CHAPTER 63

An Act to amend The Infants Act.

[Assented to January 24, 1922.

IS Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, enacts as follows:

8. 27, amended

1. Subsection (2) of section 27 of The Infants Act is RSS e 155, amended by striking out the words "which have come into his hands" in the seventh and eighth lines and substituting therefor the words "which have come or which might but for his default have come into his hands."

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