Excerpt from The Consolidated Statutes of NewfoundlandHereas I, The Governor in Council, have, in accordance with the provision contained in Chapter 117 of the Consolidated Statutes of this Colony, caused a correct printed copy of the said StatutesMoreExcerpt from The Consolidated Statutes of NewfoundlandHereas I, The Governor in Council, have, in accordance with the provision contained in Chapter 117 of the Consolidated Statutes of this Colony, caused a correct printed copy of the said Statutes to be deposit ed in the Office of the Colonial Secretary, which is attested with my signa ture and countersigned by the Acting Colonial Secretary- which copy, it is provided by the said Chapter, shall be held to be the Original of the said Statutes.
And Whereas, by the said Chapter, I, the said Governor in Counl cil, am authorized, after the deposit of the copy as aforesaid, to declare the day on, from and after which the same shall come into force and have effect as Law: I do, therefore, with the advice of my Executive Council, by this my Proclamation, declare that on, from and after the Sixteenth day of Mavis now next ensuing, the said Statutes shall come into force and effect, as Law, by the designation of The Consolidated Statutes of Newfoundland, of.
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