By-law No. 526 to set apart Village of Queenston as a Police-Village


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"Certified to be a true copy of By-Law No. 526 to set apart the unincorporated village of Queenston as a police-village, passed in Council, 30th November, 1911."
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County of Lincoln
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30 Nov 1911
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QC00282-1
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Huggins, Jean A. E. (1895-1989)
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A BY-LAW TO SET APART THE UNINCORPORATED VILLAGE OF QUEENSTON AS A POLICE-VILLAGE.

WHEREAS, a majority of the ratepayers resident bi the unincorporated Village of Queenston, in the Township of Niagara, have by their petition praved that the said unincorporated Village comprised within the limits herein after set out be set apart as a Police Village.

AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the praver of the said petition be granted.

THEREFORE the Council of the Corporation of the County of Lincoln enacts as follows:

1.—That the unincorporated Village of Queenston, in the Township of Niagara, be and the same is hereby set apart as a Police Village.

2.—That the area which shall be included in the said Police Village of Queenston shall be as follows:

Beginning at a point on Niagara River at the southern boundary of Queenston Heights Park; thence westerly to the south-westerly corner of the said Park; thence northerly to the lands owned by Chester Wadsworth; thence westerly along the southern boundary of the said lands of Chester Wodsworth and James Humphries to the south-westerly corner of the lands of the said James Humphries thence northerly crossing the Queenston and Grimsby Road, following the westerly boundary of H. C. Bradley's land, still northerly across the lands of Mrs. Julia Dee [?] to the road dividing Lots number 5 and 6; thence easterly to the south-westerly corner of the Hamilton estate; thence northerly along the western boundary of the said Hamilton estate, and the lands of James Sheppard and John Pendergast, and crossing the lands of F. A. F. Sheppard, to the northern boundary of the said lands of F.A.F. Sheppard; thence easterly along the northern boundary of lands of F. A. F. Sheppard, crossing the River Road, and following the boundary line between the binds owned by Wm. Armstrong and John D. Larkin to the Niagara River; thence southerly along the Niagara River to the place of beginning.

3.—That the nomination of candidates for the election of the first trustees of the said Police Village of Queenston shall be held on the eighth day of February, 1912. And in the case of poll being necessary, the polling of votes shall be held on the fifteenth day of February, 1912.

4—That William Condlin, of the said Village of Queenston is hereby appointed as and shall be the Returning Officer for the purpose of holding the said election of the first trustees of the said Police Village, and he and the Clerk of the Township of Niagara are ordered and directed to perform such duties for the proper holding of the said election as and are defined in The Consolidated Municipalities Act, 1903.

5—That the first meeting of the trustees of the said Police Village shall be held on the twenty-second day of the month of February, 1912.

6.—This By-Law shall take effect on, from and after

the passing thereof.

Passed in Council, 30th November, 1911.

J. L. MERRITT, Warden

JOHNSON CLENCH, County Clerk

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By-law No. 526 to set apart Village of Queenston as a Police-Village


"Certified to be a true copy of By-Law No. 526 to set apart the unincorporated village of Queenston as a police-village, passed in Council, 30th November, 1911."