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R.S.B.C. 1924, c. 100.

An Act to amend the “Grazing Act.”

[Assented to 19th December, 1925.] IS MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the

Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia, enacts as follows:

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1. This Act may be cited as the “Grazing Act Amendment Act, short title. 1925."

2. The“ Grazing Act,” being chapter 100 of the “ Revised Statutes Enacts s. 4a. of British Columbia, 1924,” is amended by inserting therein the following as section 4A:

“4A. (1.) The Minister of Lands may in any year cause a notice to be published in respect of any grazing district requiring the owners of horses running at large on any Crown range within the grazing district, or within such portion of the grazing district as is defined in the notice, to round up or capture all such horses before a date named in the notice, and to remove the same and keep them removed therefrom during a period to be stated in the notice. The notice shall be published for at least four weeks before the said date named in the notice by insertion at least once each week in a newspaper published or circulating in the grazing district and by posting up copies of the notice in at least three conspicuous public places in the grazing district and within the period thereof (if any) defined in the notice.

“(2.) During the period stated in the notice no horses, whether branded or unbranded, shall run at large upon any Crown range covered by the notice.”

3. Said chapter 100 is amended by inserting therein the following Enacts s. 7a. as section 7A:

“ 7A. No stallion or bull shall be allowed to run at large on any Crown range or unfenced lands of private owners within a grazing district unless it is branded with a brand duly registered under the . Stock-brands Act.'

VICTORIA, B.C. : Printed by CHARLES F. BANFIELD, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.

1925.

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1924, c. 22.

An Act to amend the “Greater Vancouver Water

District Act."

[Assented to 19th December, 1925.] IS MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the

Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia, enacts as follows:

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1. This Act may be cited as the “ Greater Vancouver Water Dis- Short title. trict Act Amendment Act, 1925."

2. (1.) Section 10 of the “Greater Vancouver Water District Amends s. 10. Act,” being chapter 22 of the Statutes of 1924, is amended by striking out subsection (1), and substituting therefor the following:

“10. (1.) The powers and functions of the Corporation shall be exercised and discharged by an Administration Board, which shall consist of three representatives appointed annually, on or before the first day of February, by resolution of the Council of the City of Vancouver; and one representative appointed annually on or before the first day of February by resolution of the Council of each of the other municipalities respectively which are members of the district: Provided that the first representatives to be appointed to the Board after the formation of the Corporation shall be appointed within sixty days after the date of the Proclamation mentioned in section 92: Provided further that after the expiration of five years from the date of the Proclamation mentioned in section 92, on petition of any member of the Corporation, the method of appointing representatives prescribed by this subsection shall be reconsidered by the Legislature."

(2.) Said section 10 is further amended by striking out the words “(including the representative of the Lieutenant-Governor in Council)" at the end of subsection (5).

(AMENDMENT).

Amends s. 20.

3. Section 20 of said chapter 22 is amended by striking out the words “subject to the approval of the Lieutenant-Governor in Council at the end of subsection (2).

Amends s. 29.

4. Section 29 of said chapter 22 is amended by inserting after the word “appraisal," in the tenth line of subsection (2), the words "making due allowance for depreciation.”

Amends s. 60.

5. Section 60 of said chapter 22 is amended by adding thereto the words “but no issue of debentures or other securities shall be made without the recommendation of the Commission, nor without the approval of the Lieutenant-Governor in Council."

Repeals s. 66.

6. Section 66 of said chapter 22 is repealed.

Re-enacts s. 83.

7. Section 83 of said chapter 22 is repealed, and the following is substituted therefor:

“83. (1.) The Corporation shall extend its service to and furnish an adequate supply of water from the water system of the Corporation for the use of the inhabitants of that portion of District Lot 140, Group 1, New Westminster District, situate without the territorial limits of the Corporation of Point Grey and of all lands from time to time held or used by The University of British Columbia in New Westminster District, in such manner and at such reasonable rates as may be agreed on having regard to the rates charged by the Corporation to other users of water from the Corporation's system.

“(2.) Upon application of the Minister of Lands or of The Board of Governors of The University of British Columbia by petition to any Judge of the Supreme Court claiming that it is necessary and advisable that the Corporation should extend its service and supply water pursuant to subsection (1) to the inhabitants of any of the lands mentioned in that subsection, and complaining that the Corporation, after request having been made, fails to extend its service or fails to furnish an adequate supply of water as aforesaid, or charges or proposes to charge an exorbitant price for such extension or supply, and after such inquiry as the Judge may see fit to make, the Judge may order the Corporation to supply the applicant with water at the nearest suitable point on the Corporation's water system to the lands in question, or may order such extension by the Corporation of its water system and such supply of water to be furnished by the Corporation to the applicant as to the Judge may seem reasonable and expedient; and by the same or any subsequent order the Judge, or in case of a subsequent order any Judge of the Supreme Court may, in his discretion :"(a.) Impose conditions under which the extension shall be

made, or the supply of water furnished, including the

expenditure to be incurred for all necessary works, and

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