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ER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia, enacts as follows:

Full Court.

1. Notwithstanding anything contained in the "Assessment Act," Allows appeal from an appeal from the Court of Revision and Appeal shall lie to the Court of Revision to Supreme Court sitting as a Full Court, not only against a decision of the Court of Revision on an appeal to the said Court of Revision, but also against the omission, neglect, or refusal of the Court of Revision

to hear or decide an appeal. The notice of such appeal to the Full Notice of appeal. Court, the time for bringing the same on, and the procedure generally,

and the powers of the Full Court in respect of such appeal, shall be

the same as in the case of an ordinary appeal from any judgment made by a Judge of the Supreme Court to the Full Court.

VICTORIA, B. C.:

Printed by RICHARD WOLFENDEN, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty.

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ER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia, enacts as follows:

1. Whosoever shall commit any trespass by entering or being upon Penalty for trespassany enclosed land, after having been notified by or on behalf of the ing on enclosed fand. owner, lessee, or occupier of the land that he is not to enter on the land, and any person whatsoever who, having entered on any enclosed land, shall continue or re-enter thereon after having been notified or required by or on behalf of the owner, lessee, or occupier of the land to quit the land, shall, on conviction thereof, forfeit and pay a sum of money not exceeding five dollars, and not less than two dollars and fifty cents, together with costs of conviction.

2. Whosoever having committed any trespass by entering or being Penalty for refusing upon any enclosed land shall, on demand made by or on behalf of the to give name or giving false name. owner, lessee, or occupier of the land, refuse or omit to give his name and address, or shall give a false name or address, shall, on conviction thereof, forfeit and pay a sum of money not exceeding ten dollars, and not less than five dollars, together with costs of conviction;

and any person whatsoever who has entered on any enclosed land, and Penalty for continu. has refused or omitted, on demand as aforesaid, to give his name and ing to trespass, &c. address, and shall continue thereon, shall, on conviction thereof, forfeit

and pay a sum not exceeding twenty-five dollars, and not less than

ten dollars, together with costs of conviction.

demand name of

trespasser.

3. It shall be lawful for the owner, lessee, or occupier of any land Owner, &c., may on which any trespass has been committed, or any persons or a person by him authorized in that behalf, to demand the name and address of any persons or person trespassing, or who has trespassed, on the land.

Meaning of
"enclosed land."

Recovery of penalties, &c.

Short title.

4. Enclosed land shall include any land surrounded by a lawful fence, as defined by the "Fence Act," but no prosecution shall be defeated by reason only that the fence is not of a uniform height, or that the spaces between the bars, boards, or rails of the fence, or any of them, exceed six inches; and any land enclosed by an artificial fence or natural boundary, or partly by artificial fence and partly by natural boundary, shall be deemed enclosed land.

5. Every violation of this Act shall be punished upon summary conviction, on information or complaint, before any two Justices of the Peace, with costs, and the fines and costs may be levied by distress, or, in default of payment, by imprisonment.

6. This Act may be cited as the "Trespass Act, 1889."

VICTORIA, B. C.:

Printed by RICHARD WOLFENDEN, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty.

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