Statutes of the Province of Saskatchewan

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John A. Reid, Government Printer, 1922 - Law


An Act to appoint an Administrator of Estates of the Mentally Incompetent
An Act to amend The Drainage
An Act to regulate the Sale and Installation of Lightning Rods
An Act to amend The Factories
An Act to amend The Steam Boilers
An Act to amend The Mines
An Act to amend The Vehicles
An Act to amend The Minimum Wage
An Act to provide for Payment of Allowances to the Mothers of Dependent Children
An Act to amend The Childrens Protection
An Act respecting the Care and Treatment of Mentally Diseased Persons
An Act to amend The Saskatchewan Temperance
An Act to amend The Partnership
An Act to amend The Bulk Sales
An Act to amend The Chattel Mortgage
An Act to amend The Conditional Sales
An Act to amend The Threshers Lien
An Act to amend The Thresher Employees
An Act to make uniform the Law respecting Warehousemens Liens 84 An Act to amend The Union Hospital
An Act to enable the Provincial Treasurer to purchase Certain Lands
An Act respecting Areas situate along the Borders of the Province
An Act respecting Advances to Purchase Seed Grain
An Act to ratify certain Agreements between the Government of the Dominion of Canada and the Governments of the Provinces of Manitoba and Sa...
An Act to ratify a Mortgage given by The Saskatchewan Cooperative Elevator Company Limited to His Majesty the King and a Charge and Mortgag...
An Act defining for Certain Purposes the Conclusion of the
An Act to authorise the Issue of Debentures by Cities and Towns under Certain Conditions
An Act to provide for Remission of Penalties upon Unpaid Taxes under Certain Conditions
An Act to ratify an Agreement between the City of Prince Albert and Other Parties
An Act respecting the City of Swift Current
An Act to authorise the Council of St Chads College of the Diocese of QuAppelle
An Act to incorporate St Augustins Academy
An Act to extend the Time for issuing Debentures under Certain Bylaws of

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Page 271 - real and personal estate as may or shall have been bona fide mortgaged, hypothecated or pledged to the said corporation by way of security or conveyed to it in satisfaction of debts previously contracted or purchased at judicial sales upon levy for such indebtedness or otherwise purchased for the purpose of avoiding a loss to the academy
Page 220 - and the time and place of the sale, shall be published at least once a week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper published in the province and circulating in the locality where the sale is to be held. The sale shall be held not less than fourteen days from the date of the first publication of the advertisement. substantial
Page 24 - (2) When no time is specially limited in the Act or law relating to the particular offence, for making a complaint or laying an information, the complaint shall be made or the information laid within six months from the time when the matter of the complaint or information arose.
Page 56 - The costs of any application for an attachment of debts and of any proceedings arising from or incidental to such application shall be in the discretion of the court or a judge, and, as regards the costs of the judgment creditor, shall, unless otherwise directed, be retained out of moneys recovered by him under the
Page 184 - The affairs of every such society shall be managed by a board of not less than five directors, who shall be elected by the members in general meeting assembled at such place within Saskatchewan and at such times as the application or the bylaws of the directors may prescribe. "(2) Every member of the board shall hold office until his successor is appointed.
Page 53 - part thereof, as the case may be; but nothing in this Act shall prejudice the right of any creditor or claimant to follow the assets or any part thereof into the hands of the person or persons who may have received the same respectively.
Page 184 - (e) the qualifications and terms of admission of members; and "(/) the conduct in all other particulars of the affairs of the society. "(2) Every such bylaw and every repeal, amendment or re-enactment thereof shall, unless
Page 78 - the council by resolution requests that inquiry be made into or concerning any matter connected with the good government of the city or the conduct of any part of the public business thereof, the Attorney General may appoint the district court judge of any judicial district in the province
Page 101 - possess all such powers for compelling the attendance and for the examination on oath of all parties, whether claiming or objecting or objected to, and all other persons whatsoever, and for the production of books, papers and documents and for the enforcement of its orders ; decisions and judgments, as belong to or might be exercised by
Page 172 - selling, offering for sale or installing lightning rods or other material, shall be guilty of an offence and liable upon summary conviction to a penalty of not less than twenty dollars and not more than two hundred dollars.

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