The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 7
Superintendent may give direction as to increase of price
Superintendent may give direction as to increase of price.
3. When, and as often as in pursuance of the said Act of the said Superintendent and Provincial Council, (hereinafter called "the said Provincial Act") any moneys of the said Province shall have been paid by the Superintendent on account of rates made in respect of any Waste Land of the Crown in the said Province, it shall be lawful for the said Superintendent, from time to time to direct that the price at which all such last-mentioned Waste Land of the Crown shall thereafter be sold, shall be increased by adding thereto such sum not exceeding twopence in the pound sterling of the price of such land, (as determined by any such regulations or Act as aforesaid) for every year in which any rate on account whereof any moneys have been paid as aforesaid, was made.