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to, or receive the assent of, the ratepayers otherwise entitled to vote thereon. R.S.S. 1920, c. 23, s. 61.

26. Every order of the board or of the Master of Titles shall be final and without appeal, and no order, decision or proceeding of the board or Master of Titles shall be questioned or reviewed, restrained or removed by prohibition, injunction, certiorari, or any other process or proceeding in any court. R.S.S. 1920, c. 23, s. 59, amended.

27. All orders and directions made by the board or Master of Titles under the provisions of this Act shall, when published by the board or by leave of the board in two successive issues of The Saskatchewan Gazette and while the same remain in force, have the like effect as if enacted in an Act of the Legislature, and all courts shall take judicial notice thereof. R.S.S. 1920, c. 23, s. 71, amended.

28. The provisions of The Local Government Board Act and of The Municipal Debentures Repayment Act, shall, except in so far as inconsistent here with, be applicable hereto. R.S.S. 1920, c. 23, s. 64.

29. For the purposes of this Act the Master of Titles shall have all the powers conferred upon him by The Subdivisions Act. New.

30. The provisions of any Act relating to a municipal corporation or school district whose affairs are subject to inquiry under this Act shall, except in so far as such Act is inconsistent herewith, be applicable hereto. R.S.S. 1920, c. 23, s. 65.

31. Part II of The Local Government Board Act is hereby repealed.

CHAPTER 14

An Act respecting the Bureau of Publications.

[Assented to January 24, 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 Bureau of Publica- Short title tions Act, 1922.

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

1. "Minister" means the member of the Executive "Minister" Council to whom is assigned the administration of this Act.

3.-(1) There shall be a permanent bureau under Organisation the minister to be called the Bureau of Publications, and the Lieutenant Governor in Council may appoint thereto a chief officer, to be called the Commissioner of Publications, and such other officers, clerks and employees as may be necessary for the proper conduct of the bureau.

(2) The persons so appointed shall, under the direction of the minister, carry out the provisions of this Act and perform such other duties as may be assigned to them by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.

4. The salaries of the commissioner and all other Salaries officials and the expenses of the bureau may be paid out of such moneys as may from time to time be appropriated by the Legislature for the purpose.

5. The bureau shall take charge of the following Work of matters:

(a) travelling libraries;

(b) lending books to clubs, associations and individ-
uals according to the system known as The
Open Shelf;

(c) the preparation and procuring of moving pictures
illustrating various phases of governmental work
in the province, for educational and other
purposes;

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(d) the publication of all advertisements required by the Government of Saskatchewan or any department thereof to be published otherwise than in The Saskatchewan Gazette; and

(e) the publication of The Public Service Monthly, The School Agriculture and Club Leader and such other books, pamphlets or bulletins as may be from time to time issued by any department of the Government and may not be required to be published by the King's Printer.

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

CHAPTER 15

An Act respecting the Bureau of Child Protection.

HIS

[Assented to January 24, 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 Bureau of Child Short title Protection Act, 1922.

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

1. Minister" means the member of the Executive "Minister" Council to whom is assigned the administration of this

Act.

3. (1) There shall be a permanent bureau under the Organisation minister to be called the Bureau of Child Protection, and the Lieutenant Governor in Council may appoint thereto a chief officer, to be called the Commissioner of Child Protection, and such other officers, clerks and employees as may be necessary for the proper conduct of the bureau.

(2) The persons so appointed shall, under the direction. of the minister, carry out the provisions of this Act and perform such other duties as may be assigned to them by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.

4. The salaries of the commissioner and all other Salaries officials and the expenses of the bureau may be paid out of such moneys as may from time to time be appropriated by the Legislature for that purpose.

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5. The bureau shall, under the minister, administer Acts the following Acts and such other Acts as may be from time to time assigned by the Executive Council to the administration of the bureau:

(a) The Children's Protection Act;
(b) The Juvenile Courts Act; and
(c) The Mothers' Allowances Act.

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6. Wherever in any Act of the Dominion or of Sas- of Neglected katchewan reference is made to the Superintendent of Children

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Neglected and Dependent Children, the Commissioner of Child Protection shall be and be deemed to be for the purposes of that Act the Superintendent of Neglected and Dependent Children, and he shall possess all the powers and perform all the duties of such superintendent.

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

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