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SECTION IV.-Bâtiments Civils. Entretien et Réparations des Hôtels, Edifices et Monuments de l'Etat
34,000 Entretien et Réparation des Propriétés cédées
à l'Etat par le Traité du 5 Novembre,
Constructions nouvelles et Travaux d'amé.
Bâtiment construit au Département de la
Fr. 3,100 2°. Construction d'un Passage cou
vert au Département de l'Intérieur 2,000 3o. Travaux d'Appropriation à
l'Hôtel du Département des Tra-
42,000 4°Travaux d'Appropriation à
l'Hôtel du Gouvernement Provin-
Total de la Section IV.
52,600 72,100 SECTION V.-Personnel des Ponts et Chaussées. Traitements des Ingénieurs et Conducteurs,
Frais de Bureau et de Déplacement, In
demnités et Depenses éventuelles 442,800 Frais des Jurys d'examen de l'Ecole du Genie Civil, Voyages des Elèves
Total de la Section V.
RECAPITULATION DU CHAPITRE II.
Francs Section 1.-Ponts et Chaussées
.. 2,747,400 Section II.-Canaux, Rivières et Poldres 715,518 Section III.- Ports et Côtes
201,779 Section 1V.- Bâtiments Civils
52,600 Section V.-Personnel des Ponts et Cbaussées 448,800
France. 2,747,400 1,500,438
209,579 124,700 448,800
Total du Chapitre II.
CHAP. III.-Chemin de Fer et Postes.
CHEMIN DE FER.—$ 1. Administration Générale.
196,505 Main-d'oeuvre, Travaux, Fournitures, &c, 129,000
§ 2. Service l'Entretien des Routes et Stations. Traitements et Indemnités des Fonctionnaires et Employés
142,310 Main-d'oeuvre, Travaux, Fournitures, &c. . 1,113,300 Renouvellements de Billes et Fers..
§ 3. Service de Locomotion et d'Entretien du Matériel. Traitements et Indemnités des Fonctionnaires, et Employés
125,460 Main-d'œuvre, Travaux, Fournitures, &c. ..2,563,975
CHAP. IV.-- Míines.
Conseil des Mines. Traitements des Fonctionnaires, Employés et Francs. Gens de Service du Conseil des Mines
Fr. 42,000 Frais de Route, Indemnités éventuelles
pour les Conseillers Honoraires .. 1,200 Entretien et Renouvellement du Mo
billier, Fournitures de Bureau,
45,600 Traitements des Ingénieurs et Conducteurs
..120,000 Frais de Bureau et de Déplacement et
Dépenses éventuelles, par suite de
160,000 Subsides aux Caisses de Prévoyance, Secours
et Récompenses aux Personnes qui se sont
distinguées par des actes de dévouement 45,000 Impressions, Achats de Livres et d'Instruments,
Encouragements et Subventions pour la
10,000 Jurys d'Examen, Voyages des Elèves des Mines 6,000
RECAPITULATION GENERALE. Chapitre 1.-Administration Générale 204,250 Chapitre II.- Ponts et Chaussées, Canaux,
Rivières, Poldres, Bâtiments Civils, Per
sonuel des Ponts et Chauss'es.. ..4,166,097 Chapitre III.-Chemin de Fer, Postes ..6,880,346 Chapitre IV.- Mines
266,600 Chapitre V.-Secours
3,000 Chapitre VI.-Dépenses Imprévues
5,030,918 6,880,346 266,600
II. La présente loi sera obligatoire le lendemain de sa promulgation.
MANDONS et ORDONNONS que les présentes, rerêtues du sceau de l'Etat, insérées au Bulletin Officiel, soient adressées aux Cours, Tribunaux et aux Autorités Administratives, pour qu'il les observent et fassent observer comme Loi du Royaume.
Donné à Windsor, le 9 Avril, 1844.
ACT of the British Parliament, "for regulating the Fur Trade,
and establishing a Criminal and Civil Jurisdiction within certain parts of North America."
[1 & 2 Geo. IV, cap. 66.]
[July 2, 1821.] WHEREAS the competition in the Fur Trade between the Gorernor and Company of Adventurers of England trading into Iludson's Bar, and certair, associations of persons trading under the name of "The North-West Company of Montreal,” has been found for some years past to be productive of great inconvenience and loss, not only to the said Company and Associations, but to the said trade in general, and also of great injury to the native Indians, and of other persons, subjects of His Majesty: and whereas the animosities and feuds, arising from such competition, have also for some years past kept the interior of America, to the northward and westward of the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, and of the territories of the United States of America, in a state of continual disturbance : and whereas many breaches of the peace, and violence extending to the loss of lives, and considerable destruction of property, have continually occurred therein: and whereas, for remedy of such evils, it is expedient and necessary that some more effectual regulations should be established for the apprehending, securing, and bringing to justice all persons committing such offences, and that His Majesty sould be empowered to regulate the said trade: And whereas doubts have been entertained whether the provisions of an Act passed in the 43rd year of the reign of His late Majesty King George III, intituled “ An Act for extending the Jurisdiction of the Courts of Justice in the Provinces of Lover and Upper Canada, to the Trial and Punishment of Persons guilty of Crimes and Offences within certain parts of North America adjoining to the said Provinces," extended to the territories granted by charter to the said Governor and Company; and it is expedient that such doubts should be removed, and that the said Act should be further extended : be it therefore enacted by the King's Most Excel. lent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, that from and after the passing of this Act, it shall be lawful for His Majesty, his heirs or successors, to make grants or give his Royal License, under the hand and seal of one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, to any body corporate, or company, or person or persons, of or for the exclusive privilege of trading with the Indians in all such parts of North America as shall be specified in any such grants or licences respectively, not being part of the lands or territories heretofore granted to the said Governor and Company of Adventurers of England trading to Hudson's Bay, and not being part of any of His Majesty's Provinces in North America, or of any lands or territories belonging to the United States of America; and all such grants and licences shall be good, valid, and effectual for the purpose of securing to all such bodies corporate, or companies, or persons, the sole and exclusive privilege of trading with the Indians in all such parts of North America (except as hereinafter excepted), as shall be specified in such grants or licenses; anything contained in any Act or Acts of Parliament, or any law to the contrary notwithstanding.
II. Provided always, and be it further enacted, that no such grant or licence, made or given by His Majesty, his heirs or successsors, of any such exclusive privileges of trading with the Indians in such parts of North America as aforesaid, shall be made or given for any longer period than 21 years; and no rent shall be required or demanded for or in respect of any such grant or licence, or any privileges given thereby under the provisions of this Act, for the first period of 21 years; and from and after the expiration of such first period of 21 years, it shall be lawful for His Majesty, his heirs or successors, to reserve such rents in any future grants or licences to be made to the same or any other parties, as shall be deemed just and reasonable, with security for the payment thereof; and such rents shall be deemed part of the land revenues of His Majesty, his heirs and successors, and be applied and accounted for as the other land revenues of His Majesty, bis heirs or successors, shall, at the time of payment of any such rent being made, be applied and accounted for.
III. And be it further enacted, that from and after the passing of this Act, the Governor and Company of Adventurers trading to Hudson's Bay, and every body corporate, and company, and person to whom every such grant or licence shall be made or given as aforesaid, shall respectively keep accurate registers of all persons in their employ in any parts of North America, and shall, once in each year, return to His Majesty's Secretaries of State, accurate duplicates of (1844–45.]