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Department of Marine and Fisheries.

except in the case of regular cattle ships with satisfactory ventilation, which may fit with an allowance of 2 feet 6 inches in width. No more than four head of cattle will be allowed in each pen, except at the end of a row, where five may be allowed together. Provided, however, that cattle under 1,000 lbs. in weight may be allowed a width of 2 feet 3 inches.

Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xxx., p. 2220.

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By Order in Council of the 17th of May, 1897, in virtue of the provisions of the Pilotage Act, chapter 80 of the Revised Statutes, a pilotage district was established for the parishes of Hillsboro' and Hopewell, in the county of Albert, and province of New Brunswick, the said district to comprise all the waters of the Petitcodiac River and Shepody Bay and their tributaries lying between a line drawn from the Government breakwater above Gray's Island in the parish of Hillsboro', in said county of Albert, directly across the Petitcodiac River to the eastern bank thereof, in the county of Westmoreland, and a line drawn from the western point or southern side of Mary's Point or Island in the parish of Harvey, in the said county of Albert, to the western point of Cape Maringouin, in the said county of Westmoreland, and include the several ports, rivers and creeks in the said waters and tributaries thereof.

It was also ordered that the payment of pilotage dues in the said pilotage district of Hillsboro' and Hopewell, should be compulsory both inwards and outwards for all vessels, excepting Canadian vessels of 400 tons register and under, and that the pilots appointed by the pilotage authority of the said district shall alone be entitled to pilot vessels to ports and places in the said dis

inct shall alone be and Hopewell.ex. p. 2392.

Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xxx., p. 2392.

By Order in Council of the 9th of June, 1897, the Order in Council of the 17th of May, 1897, establishing a pilotage district for the parishes of Hillsboro' and Hopewell, in the county of Albert, and province of New Brunswick, was amended by ordering that Canadian vessels of 450 tons register and under shall be exempt from compulsory pilotage instead of vessels of 400 tons as provided by the said Order.

Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xxx., p. 2578.

Department of Militia and Defence.

Department of Militia and Defence.

By Order in Council of the 4th of May, 1897, in virtue of the Royal Military College Act, chapter 42 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, the following amendments to the regulations for the Royal Military College of. Canada were approved :

REGULATIONS FOR THE ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE OF

CANADA.
1. The course of instruction to be reduced from 4 to 3 years.
2. The subject of freehand drawing to be eliminated.

3. The course in military engineering to be confined to those subjects which are necessary to a cadet passing into the Imperial service.

4. The subject of strategy to be eliminated.

5. The course in physics, chemistry, geology and mineralogy to be reduced to the requirements of a modern civil engineer, and to be made alternative as far as practicable.

6. Instruction in French to be confined to the first and second years.
7. Instruction in English to be confined to the first and second years.

8. The subjects of mathematics, civil engineering and civil surveying to have, approximately, the same number of hours allotted to them as under the existing four years' system.

9. The distribution of subjects throughout the three years' course to be :First Year :-Mathematics, geometry and engineer drawing, English,

Second Year :-Mathematics, military topography, tactics, artillery, military administration and law, military engineering, English, French.

Third Year :-Civil engineering, civil surveying, physics, chemistry, geology and mineralogy, artillery, reconnaissance, military engineering.

10. The reduction of the annual fees of cadets from $200 to $100 per annum.

11. The cancellation of the regulation imposing a fine of $100 upon cadets withdrawing before the completion of the full course.

12. The commandant, and such officers of the staff of the Royal Military College as are necessary, are appointed to conduct the matriculation examination of the college, in the place of the existing headquarters' board of examiners.

Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xxx., p. 2220.

Frenchecond Year :- Matha law, military eng surveying, physici

Department of Public Works.

Department of Public Works.

By Order in Council of the 18th of February, 1896, authority was granted to the Sable and Spanish Boom and Slide Company, of Algoma, Limited, to charge toll at the rate of 30 cents per thousand feet for the use of their works on the Spanish River, Ontario, instead of 3 cents per log of 17 feet and under, and to authorize the said charge of 30 cents per thousand feet as a basis upon which the rates for other timber should be charged.

Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xxx., p. 1506.

By Order in Council of the 2nd of March, 1897, a tariff of tolls proposed to be levied by the Upper Ottawa Improvement Company for the season of 1897, for the use of their works was approved.

Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xxx., p. 1857.

Department of Railways and Canals.

Department of Railways and Canals.

By Order in Council of the 8th of July, 1896, certain by-laws adopted by the Canada Atlantic Railway Company, and the Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway Company, respectively, were approved and an Order in Council dated 24th October, 1894, approving of certain by-laws of the said companies was cancelled.

Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xxx., p. 296.

By Order in Council of the 17th of April, 1897, in accordance with the provisions of section 223 of the Railway Act, a by-law of the Cumberland Railway and Coal Company, passed by the shareholders of the said company on the 10th of February, 1897, authorizing the directors to fix tolls and a resolution of the directors dated 29th of March, 1897, fixing the tolls, to be collected by the said railway for the transport of passengers and goods were approved.

Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xxx., p. 2220.

By Order in Council of the 7th of May, 1895, under the provisions of the Railway Act, by-law No. 5 and freight tariff of the Temiscouata Railway Company, adopted by the shareholders of the said company at their annual meeting held on the 3rd of December, 1889, were approved.

Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xxx., p. 2286.

Department of the Secretary of State.

Department of the Secretary of State.

By Order in Council of the 11th of May, 1897, in virtue of the provisions of section 84 of the Companies Act (Revised Statutes of Canada, chap. 119), it was ordered that the Order in Council of the 22nd October, 1877, be amended by the substitution of the following tariff of fees to be paid on application for Letters Patent in lieu of the schedule therein approved

When the proposed capital stock is $1,000,000 or upwards. .....$500
When the proposed capital stock of the company is $500,000 or

upwards and less than $1,000,000.......
When the proposed capital stock of the company is $200,000 or

upwards and less than $500,000....
When the proposed capital stock of the company is $100,000 or

upwards and less than $200,000.....
When the proposed capital stock of the company is more than
$40,000 and less than $100,000.........

...... 150
When the proposed capital stock of the company is $40,000 or
less than $40,000..................

........ 100
Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xxx., p. 2239.

hi::.. 300

... 250

.::.. 200

Letters patent have been issued, as dated below, incorporating the following companies, and notices thereof published in vols. xxix. and xxx. of the Canada Gazette, at the pages stated, viz. :VOL. XXIX.

Page. Acadian Steamship Co.; capital $12,000; May 1st, 1896......

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2050 Beaver Bag Co.; capital $100,000; May 29th, 1896.........

2375 Dominion Car Axle Lubricating Ob.; capital $50,000; May 1st, 1896.. 2050 Dominion Distributing Co.; capital $5,000; June 19th, 1896.

2526 Economic Gas Co.; capital $100,000; May 29th, 1896..

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2375 International Trading Co.; name changed to International Navigation and Trading Co.; June 20th, 1896... .....

2526 Ottawa Times Printing and Publishing Co.; capital $10,000; April 24th, 1896..........................

1976 Provincial Natural Gas and Fuel Co. of Ontario; capital reduced to $300,000; May 1st, 1896........

2049 Robert Mitchell Co.; capital $200,000; May 15th, 1896.................. 2197 Saywer and Massey Co.; capital increased to $500,000; June 19th, 1896 ...........................

2526 William Kennedy and Sons Co.; capital $95,000; May 15th, 1896...... 2198 W. R. Gardner Tool Co.; capital $100,000; June 19th, 1896.......... 2526

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