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battens, not more than three inches apart, or such other fence as may be approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council, shall be erected by the city immediately on the said city accepting or taking possession of the roadway or commencing operations under this Act inside the field along the full length of the northern edge thereof, and shall at all times thereafter be maintained and kept in repair by the city. Provided, however, that the said city inay plant a hedge along the line of said fence, and when said hedge shall have attained the height of three feet, the said fence may be removed and the said hedge shall at all times thereafter be properly cared for by the city.

5. The city shall have power to make rules, regulations, and by-laws for the management and maintenance of the said road or highway, and to impose fines and penalties, not exceeding twenty-five dollars, on persons infringing such rules and regulations, and such fines and penalties shall be recovered before the Stipendiary Magistrate of the city, and imprisonment may be imposed for non-payment thereof for such term not exceeding three months, as the City Council shall by by-law direct: Provided always that the said road or highway shall not be used for commercial or business purposes, and shall only be used as a promenade and roadway in connection with the Park.

By-laws, &c.

By-laws to be


No by-law made hereunder shall have Government. any force or effect until approved of by the

Lieutenant Governor in Council.

7. The lands and premises vested in the City of Charlottetown by this Act shall be, and

the same are hereby declared to be bounded and described as follows, that is to say : By a line Boundaries of commencing at a post built in the southern side of the Governor's Bridge, at four feet six inches westerly from the western side of the opening of the stone culvert in said bridge, and running thence in a straight course southwesterly two hundred feet to the board fence protecting the bank of Hillsborough River marked A in the plan; thence along the said board fence south. westerly to a point marked B on the plan one hundred feet northeasterly from the intersection therewith of the first cross fence partly of thorn-hedge; thence south westerly to and along the face of an old breastwork near to the said cross fence; thence continuing southwesterly one hundred feet marked C on the plan to the bank aforesaid, and along the same to the division line between the said Government House Farm and Victoria Park; thence northwesterly along the said division line to the intersection therewith of the meridioral line of the

year 1764 then established; thence northeasterly eighty-seven feet to a point distant from the bank aforesaid and at right angles thereto fifty feet; thence northeasterly (parallel as near as possible with the southeastern boundary line of the avenue already described and distant therefrom fifty feet) to the thorn hedge before mentioned; thence southeasterly ten feet; thence northeasterly parallel as near as possible with the southeastern boundary line aforesaid and distant therefrom forty feet to the southern side of the road to Government House; thence along the same and the southern side of Governor's Bridge aforesaid to the place of commencement, agreeably to the plan mentioned in the first section of this Act.


8. The construction and making of the trends to rea said road or highway shall be commenced rondmeteli, e within eighteen months after the passing of

this Act, and in case the construction thereof should not be commenced and prosecuted within said eighteen months, or in case said road or highway should be permitted to be used by the said city for any other purpose than herein mentioned, or should the city fail to comply with all the provisions of this Act, the lands heretofore described shall revert to and be vested as at present, for the use of the Government and Legislature of Prince Edward Island.


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An Act to further amend “An Act to Incorporate a Law Society.”

(Assented to, 7th May, 1887.) E it enacted by the Lieutenant Governor,

Council and Assembly, as follows:

1. The Law Society of Prince Edward Law Society Island shall have power to borrow a sum not burtowe Tupon exceeding four thousand dollars, for the pur

pose of enlarging the Society's Library, and for all necessary expenses in connection therewith; and in security for the payment of such sum or of any part thereof, shall, and the said Society is hereby authorized to issue debentures under the hand of the President of the Society, countersigned by the Secretary, and sealed with the Society's seal, which debentures shall be in such form as to the President, officers and committee shall seem proper, and



shall be made payable to the company, firm, bank, corporation, person or persons from whom such money or any part thereof shall be borrowed, or to the successors, endorsees or assigns of


such company, firm, bank, corporation, person or persons so lending the same as aforesaid, or to bearer in twenty or any less number of years from the date of issuing such debentures, and interest thereon to be paid yearly, at a rate not exceeding five per centum per annum, which debentures and interest shall be chargeable upon all moneys raised under the provisions of the Society's Act of Incorporation, and shall form a first charge and lien upon the Library revenues and property of the said Society.

2. It shall be lawful for the Society, from Debentures time to time, as may be deemed expedient Chased& canduring the continuance of the term for which such debentures or any of them are issued, and before the same become due and payable, to purchase and cancel them or any of them.

3. Any company, firm, bank, corporation, Lender not person or persons lending money on the required to security of the said debentures, shall not be cation required to see to the application of the money so lent or any part thereof.

4. From and after the passing of this Act, every person desirous of being admitted to study law shall, after passing the examinations Fee payable required for such admission, and at the time dent. of signing his articles, pay to the Secretary, for the time being of the said Society, a sum potrexceeding twentyrefire dallave, for the pur- Am 1921-p.3/ pose of adding to and improving the Library such sum as may be from time to time fixed by the





Examiners &c

of the said Society, and the term during which he is required to study law shall begin on the day of such payment.

In consideration of such payment, every such person shall be entitled, subject to the rules and regulations of the Society, to the use of the Library during the continuance of his articles.

5. The Society shall from time to time appoint fit and proper examiners, to examine persons applying to be admitted attorneys of the Supreme Court of this Island, and to define by general and special by-laws, the branches in which such persons are to be examined, and the mode of conducting the examination, and to regulate and prescribe the fee to be paid by such persons to the examiners, and alī other matters connected with such examination, examiners, admissions and applicants for admission, and such by-laws from time to time to rescind, alter and change as occasion may require.

6. Every person desirous of admission as an on admission attorney of the Supreme Court, shall imas attorney. mediately, before signing the roll of said Court,

pay an admission fee to the Şecretary of the Society for the time being, to be settled by the by-laws of the Society, and set exceeding twenty-five dollars, and upon such payment such person shall become a member of the Society, and shall have the privileges and benefits thereof while he conforms to the provisions of the Act of Incorporation, and to the by-laws and regulations of the Society.

7. No attorney or barrister of the Supreme Attorney &c.; Court now admitted, or hereafter to be adwith provl. mitted, shall practice or be allowed to practice

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