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Date
[1880-1890]
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 8 of 14 of this sub-series which contains only three records.
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Date
[1880-1890]
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 8 of 14 of this sub-series which contains only three records.
1. Bylaw defining School sections
Bylaw No 117 Establishing a highway through Lot 1 Con. 5
Bylaw (no number) Authorizing 45 pounds payment to James McCreary for building a pier under the White Bridge at Arn Prior (sic)
Arrangement
Material in this sub-series was not arranged in chronological order before digitization occured. Therefore, in several instances the material is out of order and dates of material overlap.
Notes
This is a large digital file which may take time to load.
Accession No.
1993-0004
PDF
Less detail
Date
1846-1859
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1914. This record lists only Part 1 of 14 of this sub-series.
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Date
1846-1859
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1914. This record lists only Part 1 of 14 of this sub-series.
1846 (Feb 12) Establish a road in McNab (& Pakenham)
1848 (Feb 6) Establish a road in McNab (& Packenham)
1848 (Feb 8) Establish a road in McNab (& Packenham)
1850 Survey of road by Peter Robertson
1850 (Nov 12) Survey of road from Noud’s Corners to 8th Concession line
1850 Establishing a road from White Lake to Lot No 13, 2nd Concession
1850-6 Bonds for the township officers
1850-10 For enlargement of S.S. No 2
1850 Relative to school purposes
1850-11 Union of S.S. No 6 and 7
1853 (Jan 17) Forming a new School Section No 7
1853 (Apr 25) To provide for the imposing of fines
1854-57 Establishing a road between the 2nd and 5th Con. Lot 25 & 26
1854-59 Defining the boundaries of School Sections in the Township
1854-60 Establishing the road from Arnprior to 8th Con. line Lot No 10
1855-2 Appointing a Revenue Inspector
1856-106 Make provisions for roads, opening, closing etc.
1856-107 To establish a road from Lot 26, 9th line to Lot 21 in 9th Con.
1856-108 For altering S.S. No 6
1856-110 (Oct) To establish a new S.S., alter S..S. No 5
1856-110 (Nov) To repeal part of by-law No 109
1856-111 For remuneration of township councillors
1857-114 To establish a road through Lot No 26 in 2nd Con.
1857-119 (July) To establish a road through Lot No 17 in the 2nd Con.
1857-119 (Nov) Appointing returning officers for the 1858 election
1857-120 Altering of several school sections
1857-121 Constituting public highways from 5th line Lots 5 & 6 to the 7th line
1858-126 Establishing a highway through Lots 1 & 2 in the 12th Con.
1859-138 For expending 300 pounds as in By-law No 137
1859-140 To establish a public highway Lots 3 & 4 from the 7th to 10th Con.
1859-141 Establishing a public highway through lot 17 in the 3rd. Con.
1859-162 Alter S.S. Nos. 4 & 7
1859-165 Pay W.H. Leckie for road through Lot 26, 2nd Con.
Arrangement
Material in this sub-series was not arranged in chronological order before digitization occured. Therefore, in several instances the material is out of order and dates of material overlap.
Notes
This is a large digital file which may take time to load.
Accession No.
1993-0004
PDF
Less detail
Date
1846-1950
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Sub-series
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. They have been divided into 14 parts which correspond to various pdfs containing digitized images of these documents. Besides Bylaws, some memos, correspondence (to 1952), orders and resolutions are interspersed in the records. See item level descriptions for a listing of Bylaws corresponding to the following dates: Part 1 - McNab Township Bylaws 1846-1859 Part 2 - McNab Township Bylaws 1850-1950 Part 3 - McNab Township Bylaws 1854-1950 Part 4 - McNab Township Bylaws 1861-1869 Part 5 - McNab Township Bylaws 1869-1879 Part 6 - McNab Township Bylaws 1880-1883 Part 7 - McNab Township Bylaws 1884-1889 Part 8 - McNab Township Bylaws (Undated) Part 9 - McNab Township Bylaws 1890-1894 Part 10 - McNab Township Bylaws 1895-1899 Part 11 - McNab Township Bylaws 1900-1904 Part 12 - McNab Township Bylaws 1905-1909 Part 13 - McNab Township Bylaws 1910-1914...
Date
1846-1950
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Sub-series
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. They have been divided into 14 parts which correspond to various pdfs containing digitized images of these documents. Besides Bylaws, some memos, correspondence (to 1952), orders and resolutions are interspersed in the records. See item level descriptions for a listing of Bylaws corresponding to the following dates: Part 1 - McNab Township Bylaws 1846-1859 Part 2 - McNab Township Bylaws 1850-1950 Part 3 - McNab Township Bylaws 1854-1950 Part 4 - McNab Township Bylaws 1861-1869 Part 5 - McNab Township Bylaws 1869-1879 Part 6 - McNab Township Bylaws 1880-1883 Part 7 - McNab Township Bylaws 1884-1889 Part 8 - McNab Township Bylaws (Undated) Part 9 - McNab Township Bylaws 1890-1894 Part 10 - McNab Township Bylaws 1895-1899 Part 11 - McNab Township Bylaws 1900-1904 Part 12 - McNab Township Bylaws 1905-1909 Part 13 - McNab Township Bylaws 1910-1914 Part 14 - McNab Township Bylaws 1851-1888
Notes
Note that Part 14 belongs to Louise Matiece (Richardson) fonds
Accession No.
1993-0004
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McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records

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Date
1850 - 1978
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
24.5 m of textual material
23 maps
Scope and Content
The collection is arranged into three series:
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Date
1850 - 1978
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Fonds
Reproduction Location
Vital statistics, Collector Rolls, and Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Physical Description
24.5 m of textual material
23 maps
History / Biography
The Township of McNab, Renfrew County, Ontario, was incorporated effective January 1, 1850 under the terms of the Baldwin Act, Chapter 81, Canada Statutes, 1849. This act provided for the creation of municipal governments at the town, village and township levels and identified those which would automatically be granted municipal status when the act came into effect, January 1, 1850. The township of McNab was surveyed and named McNab in 1824; the area covered approx. 64,000 acres. The first group of settlers arrived from Scotland to the township in 1825. Between 1840 and 1844, cultivated acreage in the township rose by 65%. Before the first McNab township hall was erected, the town council met in the house of Daniel McIntyre (an early Stewartville resident). Later, the council met in Stewartville’s township hall. Allan Stewart donated land for the township hall in 1850. Under the provisions of Bill 26, the Savings and Restructuring act, 1996, McNab Township was amalgamated with Braeside village to form the new Township of McNab/Braeside effective January 1, 1998. The Village of Braeside was part of the Township of McNab until its incorporation in 1921.
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The records were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993 and 1999. In 2008, Mrs. Nancy Argue donated 1877 Collector's Roll (Accession 2008-0234).
Scope and Content
The collection is arranged into three series:
I: McNab Township
II: Village of Braeside
III: Township of McNab/Braeside
Each series consists of sub-series relating to the administration of the township or village.
McNab Township Series 1
Bylaws and Minutes Sub-Series 1.1
The minutes of McNab Township date between 1850 and 1978. Along with the bylaws, they reveal in detail how the township developed and was governed for over 100 years.
Bylaws from 1846 to 1952 are described separately and have been digitized. See McNab Township Bylaws Sub-Series and Item Level descriptions.
For textual records relating to McNab Township Bylaws see also Township of McNab Sub-series: Administrative Files, Box 1 .
For records relating to the township before this period, researchers must enquire at the Archives of Ontario and the National Archives of Canada.
McNab Township Minutes; 1850 - 1875 C5.1
McNab Township Minutes; 1876 - 1902 C5.2
McNab Township Minutes; 1902 - 1913 C5.3
McNab Township Minutes: 1914 - 1926 (Oversize Bound Volume) C4.1
McNab Township Minutes; 1927 - 1937 C5.3
McNab Township Minutes; 1937 - 1968 C5.4
McNab Township Minutes; 1968 - 1978 (original hand written) C5.5
McNab Township Minutes; 1968 - 1978 (typed copies) B12.3
McNab Township Bylaws; 1846, 1850 - 1950 C5.6, C5.7, C5.8
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Assessment, Collection and Non-resident Sub-Series 1.2
Assesment, Collection and Non-resident rolls list the household heads residing on each property and their addresses, form of tenure, and other relevant information relating to the value of property within the township. Please note that due to the fragile condition of some of these records, all rolls that pre-date 1900 are CLOSED. However, the digitized copy of the Collector's Rolls are available for viewing.
Assessment Roll 1906 - 1917 B1
Assessment Roll 1918 - 1935 B2
Assessment Roll 1936 - 1948 B3
Assessment Roll 1949 - 1957 B4
Assessment Roll 1958 - 1961 B5
Notes: 1924, 1925 rolls missing, 1937/38 = 1 volume, 1959/60 = 1 volume, two copies of 1943, 1944, 1948, 1949, 1950 and 1957 exist.
Note: The Collector's Rolls to 1888 have been digitized and available for viewing.
Collectors Roll 1851, 1859, 1861, 1862, 1864, 1868, 1872 (digitized) (Box) B5
Collectors Roll 1877 (digitized) B5
Collectors Roll 1886 (digitized) B5
Collectors Roll 1888 (digitized) B5
Collectors Roll 1906 B5
Collectors Roll 1907 B5
Collectors Roll 1911 - 1937 B6
Collectors Roll 1938 - 1950 B7
Collectors Roll 1951 - 1962 B8
Assessment & Collectors Roll 1962/63 B9
Assessment & Collectors Roll 1963/64 B9
Non Resident Collectors Roll 1891 - 1904 (Box) (digitized for viewing) B9
Legislative Assembly Assessment Roll 1944 B7
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Administrative Files Sub-Series 1.3
The Administrative Files Sub-Series includes correspondence, various municipal returns, agreements between the Township and other parties including the Ontario Hydro-Electric Commission, cemetery records etc.
Box 1: B12
County Rate Levies/ Trustees Levies. -- 1870-1906.
Petitions to Council, Various Issues. -- 1850-1944.
Watercourses and Ditches Act, Awards, Appeals, Agreements. -- 1876-1928.
Assessors Notices and Appeals. -- 1886-1942.
Surety Bond Returns. -- 1938-1951.
Municipal Returns, Debts. -- 1877-1919.
Municipal Returns, Statistics from Assessed Values and Taxation. -- 1891-1934.
Return of Assessment Officers. -- 1935-1952.
Application for Municipal Subsidy. -- 1939-1948.
Municipal Returns, Statistics from the Assessment Rolls. -- 1912-1934.
Municipal Returns, Statistics from the Collection Rolls. -- 1890-1904.
McNab Township, Ontario Hydro Electric Commission. -- 1937-1957.
County Treasurer, Re: Arrears of Taxes. -- 1877-1937.
Various Agreements, McNab and Other Parties. -- 1909-1946.
McNab Bridges: Burnstown 1899, 1913
McNab Bridges: Dochart Creek 1909, 1942
McNab Bridges: Cameron Bridge 1940
McNab Bridges: McGregor Bridge 1941
McNab Bridges: Clay Bank Bridge 1897, 1904
McNab Bridges: Bridge over Gully between Lots 9 and 10 on 10th
Concession McNab Township 1944
McNab Bridges: White Lake Creek at Paris' Mill 1890
McNab Bridges: Stewartville 1909
NB. See blueprints of bridges listed in miscellaneous series below
Miscellaneous Correspondence. -- 1897-1950 (with gaps)
Arnprior and McNab Schools, Taxes, etc. -- 1880-1925; 1947-1964.
Box 2: B12 Collectors Bonds. -- 1868-1933.
Treasurers Bonds. -- 1880-1911.
Engineers Survey Reports, Declarations of Ownership. -- 1844-1900.
Board of Health, McNab, Annual Reports of Medical Officers. --1885-1930.
Declarations of Office and Qualifications for Council Positions. -- 1888-1911.
Fenceviewers Awards. -- 1900-1944.
McNab Township Council Motions. -- 14 January 1907.
Burial Permits and Cemetery Returns. -- 1923; 1925; 1945.
Legal Cases and Judgments, McNab Township and Other Parties. -- 1897-1949 [predominant 1947]
Waba Creek Bridge, Lot 2, Concession 5. -- 1915; 1939.
Expenditures -- 1902.
Miscellaneous Insurance Certificates & Policies 1895 - 1951
Voters’ lists. -- 1942-1945; 1947-1950; 1952-1959; 1963; 1968; 1976; 1978; 1980; 1982. -- 22 volumes.
Box 3 B12.3
Annexation 1955/56
Audit 1965 - 1968
Audit 1969 - 1971
Drainage (Tile Drainage, municipal drains, by-laws) [1950 - 1961]
Administrative (General) [1968-1971] (appointments, Provincial letters)
Legislative (Declarations of Office etc.) [1963-1970]
Air Management Branch, Dept. of Energy & Resources Management [1970]
Land Expropriation Board, Nov.26, 1970 (Press Release)
Tax Notice 1956 - 1980
Sales Tax, permit & license [1961 - 1980]
Banking (signing officers, trailer by law etc. [1973 - 1981]
Bancroft vs. Twp. (damage to property) [1971 - 1976]
McLaren vs. Twp. (injury claim) [1975 - 1979]
Boundaries, Village of Braeside, Polling Subdivisions, School Sections
(County Minutes June 1921) [1962 - 1965]
Polling Subdivisions etc [1916 - 1980]
Grants and Subsidies, Road Subsidy [1962 - 1979]
Liquid Waste, M. of Environment [1979]
Waste Certificate of Approval [1963 - 1980] also Inst. 51073
Agriculture & Food Notices [1972 - 1973]
A.R.D.A. [1966 - 1970]
Lotteries [1970 - 1983]
Fence Viewers Awards [1966 - 1969]
Public Parks, Ramp, Dam Site [1959 - 1972] also Inst. 61274
White Lake Park [1965 - 1968]
Public Beach, Sandy Hook, [1960 - 1966]
Sand Point Wharf Approach / Jane Street ownership [1958 - 1970]
Municipal Employees Retirement System [1962]
Renfrew Victoria Hospital [1961 - 1980] also motion re A.D.H.S 1962.
Arnprior Hospital [1968 - 1980]
Ottawa River Shore Debris [ 1967]
Historical Plaques [1966]
V.O.N. [1963 - 1980]
Box 4 Box Closed B11.4
Cash Disbursements [1952 ]
Monthly Tax Collections [ 1962 ]
Receipt Book July 1965 - Dec. 1967
Outstanding Accounts, trailer license fees, sale of culverts, calcium etc. [1962- 1969 ]
Tax Arrears [1966 - 1969 ] (Receipts)
Tax Arrears starting March 12 1970 to Dec. 31 1971 (Receipts)
Record General Income starting Jan. 4 1968 to Dec. 31 1971
1973 Receipts (tax arrears) 1st. half of book
1973 General Receipts 2nd. half of book
1974 - Arrears of Taxes ( Receipts)
1975 General Receipts
1975 Record of Arrears of Taxes
1976 Record of Arrears of Taxes, General Receipts, Bank Payments
1974 Tax Payments (Current taxes)
1975 Tax Payments
1976 Tax Payments
Tax Arrears 1960 - 1971 (12 books)
Box 5 B17.3
Folder #1
Default List 1887, 1903, 1907, 1910.
Occupied return 1907, [1909]
Collector’s Account - Unpaid taxes 1940.
Non - Resident Collector’s Roll 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891
Settlement of account of non - resident lands 1928.
Statements of lands sold or patended by order of Dept.
of Lands, Forests, and Mines 1916, 1920, 1921, 1924.
Folder #2
1.Notice: re work on a watercourse, lot 5, con.6, 1899
2.Writ from High Court re Elizabeth Hutson 1907.
3.Order re Braeside CP station 1920.
4.Letters, petition re CP station in Sand Point 1921.
5.Motion allowing rebuilding Dominion Explosives, un-
dated.
6.Agreement with Province on direct relief, 1932.
7.Letters, petition re White Lake street lights, 1948.
8.Fence viewers’ award, lot 24, con3, 1949.
9.Arbitrator’s award re ss #16, 1951.
Folder #3
Cameron’s Bridge, con 12.
Folder #4
Statements of Account by tax collectors 1882 - 1903.
Folder #5
Schedule of Jurors 1896, 1897, 1907, 1910.
Folder #6
Teacher’s report of school absentees, 1942.
Folder #7
Poll Tax , 1930.
By - law 234.
Correspondence
List of refuse to pay.
Folder #8
Nominations for Council, 1946.
Election results re: House of Industry, 1942.
Folder #10
Assessment appeals, 1902 - 1949.
Folder #11
School levies, 1939. Organization circular.
Grants & levies, 1947, 1948.
Report of school moneys, 1949, 1950.
Folder #12
Bell Canada, Assessment & taxes, 1915, 1931.
Folder #13
McNab township tax rates, 1933 - 1951.
Folder #14
Lands sold for taxes 1886 to 1952, incomplete.
Folder #15
Packet of Bank Receipts.
Folder #16
Twp of McNab, Arnprior Branch, financial position,
1933.
McNab twp, subsidy application, 1937.
P.A.Higginson & A.A.McLean letters re:assessment of farm property, 1941.
Cty of Renfrew letter to A.A.Murphy, clerk, twp of
McNab, re: land patent of lot W 1/2 11, con 1.
Box 6 B8.3
Township of McNab Zoning Documents:
Zoning By-Law No. 99-18. Apr. 27, 1999 and Consolidated Sept 23 2002
Zoning By-Law, Apr. 1988, Rev. May, 1988
Zoning By-Law, Apr. 1988, Rev.May, 1988,
Aug. 1988, Sep.1988.
Zoning By-Law No. 85-06.
Official Plan for the Township of McNab, 1998.
Road Management Program, Oct.1987.
Official Plan for the Township of McNab, 1986.
Box 7
McNab Financial Statements: 1891 - 1965 with gaps B8.4
Financial Statement Dec.31,1891 (printed).
Abstract of Financial Statement Dec.31, 1897
(5 copies)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1903 (handwritten)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1904 (printed)
Financial Statement“ “ Dec. 31, 1905 (handwritten)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1906
Financial Statement (printed)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1911
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1912 (3 copies)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1913
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1914
Financial Statement Financial Statement Nov. 15, 1948 (2 copies)
Financial Statement Nov. 15, 1949
Financial Statement Oct. 31, 1953 (2 copies)
Financial Statement Oct. 31, 1954
Financial Statement Financial Reports 1965,1984,1986,1987, 1997
Record of Conveyances (1 vol.) 1946 - 1962 B17.3
Cash and account ledger 1898 - 1908 B10
Road accounts book 1900 - 1902 B10
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Miscellaneous Files Sub-Series 1.4
Horton - McNab Telephone Association Account Book 1909-1 B11
Horton - McNab Telephone Association Account Book 1914-1933
Horton - McNab Telephone Association Account Book 1918-1928
Horton - McNab Telephone Association Minute Book 1914-1927
Horton - McNab Telephone Association Minute Book 1967-1976
McNab Township School No. 4 Expenditures 1896-1927
McNab Township School No. 4 Expenditures 1928-1964
Minutes of School Section #4 1912-1948
Birth, Marriage and Death Register 1896-1901 (Open)
Birth, Marriage and Death Register 1901-1907 (Open)
McNab Population Census, 1963 to 1964 (1 volume). B6.4
Also one page: Ontario Hydro Colony - Stewartville, 1963, lists names, occupations,ages.
Also 2 pages: Canadian Civil Defense College,
1964, lists names, occupations, birth dates.
McNab Population Census, 1965 to 1966 (1 volume). B6.4
1961 gas line map B9
McNab School Census Books: B16.4
Census of children between ages of 8 & 14,
1909 (?), 1910, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922.
Census of children between ages of 4 & 18,
1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930,
1931, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939,
1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944 (2), 1945, 1946,
1947, 1948, 1949.
Maps Map Cabinet #1 Drawer 19
Blueprints: Map Cabinet #1, Drawer 18
1) Contained in one folder
Concrete culvert Lot 4, Con. 9 & 10
Concrete culvert Lot 10, Con. 9 & 10
Concrete culvert Lot 22, Con. 8 & 9
2) Stewartville Bridge Madawaska River 1910
3) Contained in one folder
Dochart Creek Bridge 1909
5 detailed drawings
4) Cameron Bridge Lot 13, Con. 12, 1939
5) Dochart Creek Bridge, 1942
Lot 14, between Con. 11 & 12 - 2 drawings
6) McGregor Bridge 1941
Lot 26, Con. 9, - 2 drawings
7) Map showing proposed route of 33,000 volt transmission line of
M. J. O’Brien Ltd.
8)Map showing proposed C. N. spur line to Arnprior Airport,
Twp. McNab, 1941
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Braeside Village Series 2
The Village of Braeside records are listed according to the box contents received in 1999. They will later be listed according to four sub-series:
1. Council Bylaws and Minutes
2. Assessment and Collection Rolls
3. Administrative Files
4. Miscellaneous Records
B8.3
Township of McNab
Financial Reports 1984,1986,1987
Zoning By-Law No. 99-18. Apr. 27, 1999.
Aug. 1988, Sep.1988.
B13.1 - B13.2
Braeside Collector’s Rolls
Volume:
1922
1924
1928
1936, 1937
1938
1940
1942, 1943, 1944
1945
1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955
B14.1 - B14.2
Braeside Assessment Rolls
1922, 1923
1926, 1927
1929
1930, 1931
1932
1933, 1934
1935, 1936
Braeside Assessment Rolls (cont’d)
1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943
1944, 1945, 1946
1947, 1948, 1949
1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954
1955 - 1960
B15.1
Braeside Combined Assessment and Collector’s Rolls
1964 (for tax year 1965)
1965 (for 1966)
1966 (for 1967)
1967 (for 1968)
1968 (for 1969)
1969 (for 1970)
1981, 1982 & 1983
1985 (Tax Bills)
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
B15.3
Abstract of Financial Statement Dec.31, 1897(5 copies)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1904 (printed)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1905 (handwritten)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1906 (handwritten)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1906 (printed)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1911 (printed)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1912 (printed),3 Copies
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1913 (printed)
Financial Statement Dec. 31, 1914 (printed)
Financial Statement Nov. 15, 1948 (2 copies)
Financial Statement Nov. 15, 1949
Financial Statement Oct. 31, 1954 (2 copies)
Plan of Stewartville Development, 1945
Braeside - misc. letters & tax arrear lists 1970-1975
Braeside - taxes, sec. 496, 1983
Braeside - tax arrears, 1982
Folder #5
Braeside - tax arrears, 1983
Folder #6
Braeside - tax arrears, 1984
Folder #7
Braeside - tax arrears, 1985
Folder #8
Braeside - tax arrears, 1986
Folder #9
Braeside - tax arrears, 1987
Folder #10
Braeside - tax arrears, 1988
Folder #11
Braeside - tax arrears register (unbound), 1959 -1967
Braeside - tax arrears register (unbound), 1982
Braeside - tax arrears register (unbound), 1985
B15.3 (cont’d)
Braeside - tax certificates, 1986
Braeside - tax sales, misc. info.
McNab Twp.,misc.insurance certificates & policies
1895 - 1951
B15.4
Braeside Population Census, 1953 to 1964 with gaps.
(volume)
McNab Population Census, 1963 to 1964 (volume).
Also one page: Ontario Hydro Colony - Stewartville, 1963, lists names, occupations, ages. Restricted - Do Not Open
Also 2 pages: Canadian Civil Defense College, 1964, lists names, occupations, birth dates. Restricted - Do Not Open.
McNab Population Census, 1965 to 1966 (volume).
B16.1
Braeside, General Cash Book, 1967 to 1982 (volume).
B16.2
Braeside Recreation Association Record Book: Jan. 12, 1954 to Dec. 9, 1963.
Sales in the Township of McNab (land), 1930-1931
List of persons entitled to direct school taxes
1980, 1982, 1986.
Braeside Election papers 1982, 1988
Braeside Recreation Commission minute book 1954 - 1963
Braeside Recreation Commission, 1937 - 1946 (approx.):
bills, statements, misc. reports.
B16.3
Braeside Payroll Records 1970 - 1974 (5 volumes). Restricted- Do Not Open
Braeside Hydro Electric Commission/Utility:
Financial statements, 1982, 1984.
Ontario Hydro agreement, dissolution letter,
management bylaw, disbursements 1945 - 1982.
Braeside Hydro Electric Commission minute book, 1959 to 1966.
Braeside Hydro Electric Utility minute book, 1953 to 1984.
B16.4 (temporary non-archival box)
McNab School Census Books:
[1909], 1910, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922.
1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944 (2), 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949.
B16.5
Birth, Marriage, & Death Index 1949 to 1957. (Sealed) Restricted - Do Not Open
B17.1
General Ledger (2 Volumes), 1945 to 1954 (approx.),
1944 to 1965 (approx.)
Village of Braeside, Financial Statement 1987, 1997
Payroll Register, 1961, 1962, 1963, and Recapitulation
of Assessment Roll 1962.
B17.2 (temporary box)
Miscellaneous Tax Documents
Unbound Volume: Arrears of Taxes 1954 - 1967
(approx.), 1980 (loose pages), 1985 (loose pages)
Unbound Cheque Register: 1965, 1966.
Vendors License Book (taxi licenses) 1956 to 1960.
B17.3 (wrapped)
1944 Legislative Franchise Assessment Roll for
Burnstown, Glasgow, White Lake, Renfrew RR1, and
Mansfield.
Township of McNab Record of Conveyance (land) 1946 to
1970.
B17.3 (Large box, temporary)
Occupied return 1907, 1909 ?
Statements of lands sold or patended by order of Dept. of Lands, Forests, and Mines 1916, 1920, 1921, 1924.
8.Fence viewers’ award, lot 24, con 3, 1949.
9.Arbitrator’s award re: S.S. #16, 1951.
Cameron’s Bridge, Concession 12.
By - laws 517 & 901.
Twp of McNab, municipal council meeting, resolutions,
1905.
Braeside assessment motion, 1914.
P.A.Higginson & A.A.McLean letters re:assessment of farm property, 1941.
McNab,re: land patent of lot W 1/2 11, Con 1.
B18.1
Minute Books: Village of Braeside Council Meetings
Volume: Jan.1983 to Jun.13,1984
July 3,1984 to Dec.1985
Jan.1986 to Dec.1986
Jan.1987 to Dec.1987
Jan.1988 to Dec.1988
Jan.1989 to Dec.1989
Jan.1990 to Dec.1990
B18.2
Volume: Jan.9,1922 to Dec.15,1936
Jan.1937 to Mar.1959
May 1959 to Dec.1962
Jan.1963 to Dec.15,1966
Jan.1967 to Mar.1973
Apr. 1973 to Jun.1979
July 1979 to Dec.1982
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Township of McNab/Braeside Series 3
Records belonging to this series have not yet been transferred from the Township office.
Access Restriction
Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths are restricted for 104, 80 and 70 years respectively. All records are subject to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Accruals
Further accruals are expected.
Related Material
See also the Louise Matiece-Richardson Collection #94-0025 for bylaws that are not included in this fonds.
Researchers may also wish to examine the land records relating to transactions within the township of McNab which are held in the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives. Separate abstract indexes were produced for the areas of Sand Point, Mansfield, Dochert and Braeside. The records of various Women’s Institutes such as Burnstown, Clay Bank, White Lake and Braeside should also be consulted particularly for details of social and farm history of the area. See also Accession No. 1993 0014 McNab Township Heritage and Museum Committee.
See also Dochert Creek Park master plan Accession No. 2005-0182
Accession No.
1993-0004
1993-0014
2008-0234
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Date
1850-1950
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 2 of 14 of this sub-series. Besides Bylaws, it contains memos, correspondence (to 1952), orders and resolutions.
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Date
1850-1950
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 2 of 14 of this sub-series. Besides Bylaws, it contains memos, correspondence (to 1952), orders and resolutions.
1850 November 12 Bylaw regarding road survey by Peter Robertson
1853 July 4 Bylaw regarding repair to Burnstown Bridge
1904 September 8 Letter to Council from rate-payers regarding S.S. No 14
1904 August 25 Minutes of Ratepayers concerning addition to S.S. No 14
1891-5 Bylaw concerning Dog Taxes
1891 Bylaw concerning right of way for Alexander Smith Con. 1 to Con. 2
1939 May Bylaw concerning levy of taxes for 1939
1920-136 Bylaw to regulate the fees of Pound keepers and for other purposes and Chapter 247 revised statutes of Ontario (1914)
1913 February 24 Letter from Public School Board to McNab Council regarding S.S. No 9.
1913-48 Bylaw for loan of $4000.00 dated 26 May 1913
1913 June 30 Passing of Bylaw 1913-8
1949 February 19 Correspondence and petition to Dept. of Highways regarding snow removal
1945 April 18 Correspondence from Dept. of Highways regarding snow removal
1906-9 Bylaw concerning sale of spirits (repeal of Bylaw 15)
1895-10 Bylaw to close part of Burnstown Road
1898-10 Bylaw concerning special meetings
1916 July Correspondence from Ontario Railway and Municipal Board concerning Bylaw 99
1945 November 13 Order 66673 from Board of Transportation Commissioner
1942 February 2 Resolution regarding closure of airfield
1952 May 12 Correspondence from Bell Canada regarding permission to erect of poles
1917 Blank Bylaw granting & approving agreement with Galetta Electric Power and Milling Co. Ltd
Undated memo concerning agreement with Galetta Electric Power and Milling Co. Ltd
Arrangement
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Notes
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Accession No.
1993-0004
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Date
1851-1888
Collection/Fonds
Louise Matiece (Richardson) fonds
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1851-1888. This record lists only Part 14 of 14 of the McNab Township Bylaws sub-series. It also contains rules of council, bylaws, petitions to council, engineer's reports and varied correspondence.
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Date
1851-1888
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Louise Matiece (Richardson) fonds
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
Ms. Matiece (Richardson)
Custodial History
The documents were found by Ms. Matiece (Richardson) many years ago while her father was an engineer on the hydro dam project at Stewartville. She remembered that many papers were scattered about in the old Stewartville Town Hall, and she and her father retrieved some of these documents. The papers were in her possession for many years; when she heard about the Arnprior Archives she made this important donation.
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1851-1888. This record lists only Part 14 of 14 of the McNab Township Bylaws sub-series. It also contains rules of council, bylaws, petitions to council, engineer's reports and varied correspondence.
1859 December 5 Rules of [McNab] Council (1994-0025-1)
1855 March 27 By-law amending the duties of Path masters (1994-0025-2)
1858 March 29 By-law on the distribution of statutory labour for McNab township in 1858. (1994-0025-3)
1867 May 25 Petition by the ratepayers of schools Nos. 2 and 3 in McNab township to the McNab Council. Petition requests that the dismemberment of the school be reconsidered. Petition demands reconsideration on grounds that the motion on dismemberment was illegal. (1994-0025-4)
1850 February and July 3 1853 By-law on the remuneration of township officers in the united townships of McNab and Bagot. (1994-0025-5)
1884 Letter on estimation of a property as assessed by McNab township collector. (1994-0025-6)
1864 June Petition sent to the Reeve and councillors of McNab township asking reconsideration on the fee paid for a job. (1994-0025-7)
1867 August 2 Bill sent to reeve and council of McNab township for work done for a local school. (1994-0025-8)
1869 October 11 A note requesting a one-year subscription to the Path [Perth] Courier magazine. (1994-0025-9)
An estimate and tender on the construction of a bridge across Madawaska River at Burnstown. (1994-0025-10)
1871 August 5 A petition by ratepayers to the council of McNab to remove fences from old Flat Rapids Road (1994-0025-11)
Granting to Duncan Ferguson of travel expenses by McNab council for work performed for the township. The work was the auditing of the town accounts. (1994-0025-12)
Report of the Inspection of the Claybank bridge. (1994-0025-13)
Forward note to the township of Horton on property values. Date unknown. (1994-0025-14)
1851 January 20 By-law for the appointment of an auditor for the municipality of McNab for the year 1851. (1994-0025-15)
1859 July 4 Recommendation to McNab council on payment to William Lickie (Leckie) for damages done to his property by the construction of a roadway through his property. (1994-0025-16)
1850 By-law to provide for the defraying of expenses of McNab council in the year 1850. (1994-0025-17)
1855 January 15 By-law for the appointment of an auditor for McNab Township. Also the determination of the auditor’s salary. (1994-0025-18)
1856 May 5 Appointment of officers for the township of McNab in 1856. (1994-0025-19)
By-laws concerning shop and tavern licences. (1994-0025-20)
1855 March 27 By-law on the distribution of statutory labour for the year 1855. (1994-0025-21)
1855 July 3 By-law to provide for the restraining and the running-at-large of certain animals. This by-law stresses farm animals, particularly horses and pigs. (1994-0025-22)
1854 December 4 By-laws on the election in McNab of 1855. (1994-0025-23)
1854 March 27 By-law on the distribution of statutory labour in McNab for 1854. (1994-0025-24)
1861 August 5 Report to McNab council on the work done on Balmers Bridge. (1994-0025-25)
Petition to the reeve and council of McNab on labour done for McNab township, dated April 4, 1863. (1994-0025-26)
Undated Report on specifications of bridge to be built across Locha Creek. Report to McNab Council. (1994-0025-27)
1867 May 4 Petition of trustees for school No. 5 to McNab Council. Petition is against the formation of a school section in New Glasgow. (1994-0025-28)
1867 April 16Petition by ratepayers of Sand Point to the McNab township council requesting a school section for Sand Point. (1994-0025-29)
Arrangement
Material in this sub-series was not arranged in chronological order before digitization occured. Therefore, in several instances the material is out of order and dates of material overlap.
Notes
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Accession No.
1994-0025
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Date
1854-1950
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 3 of 14 of this sub-series. Bound Volume Containing:
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Date
1854-1950
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 3 of 14 of this sub-series. Bound Volume Containing:
1854 (Jan 16) Appointing township officers
1854 (Jan 16) Amount to be paid for tavern licenses
1854 (Jan 16) Duties of auditor
1854-50 Appoint certain township officers
1854-51 Repeal by-law defining duties of the surveyor
1854-52 Appoint a revenue inspector
1854-53 Amount of shop licenses to sell liquor
1854-54 Defining the duties of road surveyor
1854-55 Imposing penalty for selling liquor without a license
1854-57 Establishing a road
1854-59 Defining school section boundaries
1854-60 Establishing a road
1855-72 Appointing a revenue inspector
1855-74 Determining the form of shop and tavern licenses
1855-79 Regulating of auctioneers
1855-82 Amend By-law No. 55, 1854
1855-83 Imposing a fine on township officers who refuse to take office
1855-88 Establish a part of the Ottawa and Pembroke Road
1855-90 To provide for the remuneration of the treasurer
1856-101 Establishing a public highway
1856-109 Open up new lines of road
1856-110 Repeal part of By-law No. 109
1932-247 Levying the annual rates
1932-258 Provide a penalty for the non-payment of taxes
1932-259 To provide a collector
1932-260 Provide polling subdivisions for 1933
1932-261 Appoint a relief officer
1933-262 Appointing certain township officers
1933-263 Appoint road overseers
1933-264 Appoint an assessor
1933-265 Provide for the levying of rates
1933-266 Appoint a collector of taxes
1933-267 Provide for election in 1934
1933-268 Regulate the collection of taxes
1934-269 Appoint certain township officers
1933-270 Appoint road overseers
1933-271 Appoint a relief administrator
1933-272 Appoint an assessor
1933-274 Roads expenditures
1933-275 Levying the annual rates
1933-276 Road super. to supervise Bell Telephone
1933-277 Appoint a rate collector
1933-278 Appoint polling places for 1935
1933-279 Appoint a relief officer for 1935
1935-280 Appointing township officers
1935-281 Road overseers
1935-282 Road expenditures
1935-283 Appoint an assessor
1935-284 Levying the annual rates
1935-285 Appoint a collector
1935-286 Provide for elections in 1936
1935-287 Provide penalty for unpaid taxes
1936-288 Appointing certain township officers
1936-289 Road overseers
1936-290 For the borrowing of $20,000.
1936-291 Appoint an assessor
1936-292 Appoint a solicitor
1936-293 Roads expenditures
1936-294 Levying the annual rates
1936-295 Appoint a collector
1936-296 Prepare for 1937 elections
1936-297 Protection of the roads in township
1937-298 Appoint certain township officers
1937-299 Appoint road overseers
1937-300 Appoint a medical officer
1937-301 Road expenditures
1937-303 Adopt the Assessment Roll of 1936 for the year 1937
1937-304 Appoint an assessor
1937-305 Levying the annual rates
1937-306 Adopt the Assessment Roll for 1937 to be used in 1938
1937-307 Elections in 1938
1938-308 Appoint certain officers
1938-310 Road overseers
1938-311 Respecting timber and trees on the road allowances
1938-312 Levying the annual rates
1938-314 Election in the year 1939
1939-315 Appointing certain township officers
1939-316 Road overseers
1939-317 Payment of taxes
1939-318 Officer to enforce the liquor control act.
1939-319 Levying the annual rates
1939-321 Prepare for the elections in 1940
1940-322 Appoint certain township officers
1940-323 Road overseers
1940-324A Prepare for elections in 1941
1940-324 Restricting dogs
1940-325 Levying the annual rates
1940-326 Levy tax in Mansfield and Stewarton for fire protection
1940-327 Correct the general school rate for 1940
1940-328 Prepare for elections in 1941
1941-329 Appoint certain township officers
1941-329 Appoint a road overseer
1941-330 Approve an increase in road superintendent’s wages
1941-331 Levying of annual rates
1942-333 Appoint certain township officials
1942-334 Road overseers
1942-335 Appoint an auditor
1942-336 Appoint a treasurer - James Stuart Anderson
1942-337 Levying of annual rates
1942-338 Prepare for the election in 1943
1942-338 Provide a bounty for the killing of dogs found bothering sheep
1943-340 Appoint certain township officials
1943-341 Road overseers
1943-342 Appoint Auditors
1943-343 Levying the annual rates and taxes
1943-344 Election in the year 1944
1944-345 Appoint township officers for the year
1944-346 Appoint road overseers
1944-347 Bounty for wolves killed in the township
1944-348 Appoint an assessor
1944-349 Setting the hour of nomination for councillors
1944-350 Levying the annual rates
1944-351 To provide for the licensing and regulation of public halls
1944-351 Municipal elections in 1945
1945-352 Appoint certain township officers
1945-353 Appoint road overseers
1945-354 Increase remuneration of treasurer
1945-355 Increase wage of the reeve
1945-356 Appoint an auditor
1945-357 Levying the annual rates
1945-358 Appoint an auditor
1945-359 Provide for elections in 1946
1945-361 Rescind by-law No 359, 1945
1946-362 Appoint certain township officers
1946-363 Appoint road overseers
1946-364 Increase wage paid to clerk
1946-365 Increase wage paid to treasurer
1946-366 Increase wage paid to road supervisor
1946-367 Levying the annual rates
1946-368 Provide for the election in 1947
1946-369 Appoint a road superintendent
1947-370 Appoint certain township officers
1947-371 Appoint road overseers
1947-373 Rescind by-law No. 338, 1942
1947-375 Authorize the reeve and clerk to sign certain documents
1947-377 Levying the annual rates
1947-378 Provide for the election in 1948
1948-379 Appoint certain township officers
1948-380 Appoint road overseers
1948-381 Levying the annual rates
1948-382 Provide for the election in 1949
1948-383 Amend by-law No 382, 1948
1949-384 To appoint township officers
1949-385 To appoint road overseers
1949-386 Authorize The Hydro-Electric Power Commission Agreement for street lights
1949-387 To provide for the levying of the annual rates
1949-390 Prepare for the election in 1950
1950-391 To appoint certain township officers
1950-392 To appoint road overseers
1950-395 Levying the annual rates
1950-396 To provide for the election in 1951 (end of bound volume)
Arrangement
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Notes
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Accession No.
1993-0004
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Date
1861-1869
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 4 of 14 of this sub-series.
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Date
1861-1869
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 4 of 14 of this sub-series.
1861-160 To amend S.S. No 1 to 7 and No 10
1861-160 To construct a public road near Lots 3 & 4 from 10th to 12th Con.
1862-163 To establish a road from 8th Con to the White Lake & Renfrew Road, Burnstown
1862-164 To construct a road at the side line between Lots 25 & 26, 9th Con.
1862-167 To establish a road Lots 18 & 19, 5th Con.
1862-173 Appoint a committee to deal with tenders and contract for Balmers Bridge
1862-174 Constituting a jog on road allowance Lots 20 & 21 in the 7th Con.
1862-176 Road Lot Nos. 23 & 24 Con. 10
1863-177 Repealing By-law which established a road at Noud’s Corner to 8th Con.
1863-179 Refunding the Tavern and Shop Licenses
1863-187 (Aug) Constituting a road at Tiffy Gully 10th Con. line at lots 22 & 23
1863-187 (Dec) Defining the boundaries of S.S. Nos. 1 to 10
1865-202 For a road from the 5th Con to the 7th Con.
1865-203 Providing for the payment of the selection of Jurors
1866-212 Establishing a road from Flat Rapids to the White Lake Road
1867-225 Form a new School Section No 12
1867-226 To open up part of 4th Con. Lot No 23
1868-233 For opening up road allowances when required by the public.
1868-240 To open up a part of the 14th Con.
1868-241 To open up part of Con 12, side road between Lots No 15 & 16
1868-245 To take some properties from S.S. No 6 and form a new section
1868-244 Form S.S. No 13
1888-246 Making adjustments to S. S. Nos. 7 & 12
1869-5 Appointing pathmasters, poundkeepers and fence viewers for 1869
1869-10 To empower the trustees of S.S. No 9 to borrow $250 re school house
1869-14 To dissolve the union of S.S. No 7 & 12
1869-15 To define the boundaries of the S.S.
1869-239 To establish a line from Dochart River to Ottawa and Pembroke Road
1869-247 To convey a portion of the 14th Con to J.P. Mansfield
Arrangement
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Notes
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Accession No.
1993-0004
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Date
1869-1879
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 5 of 14 of this sub-series.
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Date
1869-1879
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 5 of 14 of this sub-series.
1869-17 To establish a road between lots 3 & 4 of the 10th to 12th Conc. (passed in 1870)
1870-4 To convey part of the 9th Con. to Samuel Williams
1870-7 To authorize the conveyance of land to J.P. Mansfield
1870-8 To authorize the Reeve to execute documents to convey land to S. Williams
1870-10 To constitute a line of road between Lots 15 and 16 of 1st Con.
1871-3 Appoint pathmasters, pound keepers and fence viewers
1871-9 To constitute a line of road between lots 15 & 16 of 1st Conc.
1879-12 Form a new school section at Braeside
1872-3 Appoint pathmasters, pound keepers and fence viewers for 1872
1872-6 To enable S.S. No 3 to borrow $70.
1872-7 To empower S.S. No 14 to borrow $1750
1872-9 Repeal Bylaw No 16, 1869 and prevent animals from running at large
1872-10 Authorize the opening of part of town line of McNab and Horton
1872-12 To organize a new school section at Mansfield
1872-14 To constitute a line of road at Braeside
1872-15 Authorize the trustees of S.S. No 6 to borrow $1000.
1872-17 Authorize the trustees of S.S. No 6 to borrow $250.
1873-2 To appoint pathmasters and other officers for 1873
1873-10 To establish a road between lots 3 & 4 in the 12th Con.
1873-13 Alter and define S.S. 1, 4, 7, 8, 9, 12 and 13
1874-1 Appoint township officers, auditors and assessor and collectors for 1874
1874-4 Appoint pathmasters and fence viewers for 1874
1874-10 To authorize S.S. No 11 to borrow $189 & No 3 Pakenham
1874-12 To authorize S.S. No. 4 McNab and No 10 Horton to borrow $195.10
1874-13 To define and designate the several school sections in McNab
1875-1 To appoint certain Township officers
1875-3 Authorize the trustees of S.S. No 7 to borrow $800.
1875-4 Appointing pathmasters, pound keepers and fence viewers
1875-5 To authorize the trustees of S.S. No. 15 to borrow $150.
1875-7 Defining duties of poundkeepers
1875-9 Empower the trustees of S.S. No 8 McNab to borrow $260.
1875-11 To divide the Township into three polling subdivisions
1875-12 To spend certain sums of money on repairs of roads
1875-14 To repeal Bylaws No 15 and 17 in 1872
1875-15 To open the 14th line to the Ottawa
1876-1 To appoint treasurer, clerk, inspector , auditor and assessors
1876-3 To appoint pathmasters, poundkeepers and fence viewers for 1876
1876-6 To appoint a collector
1876-7 To fix the amount to be paid for a tavern or shop license
1876-8 Transfer land from S.S. No. 7 to S.S. No 13
1876-9 To appoint two pathmasters
1876-13 To establish a line of road at the jog in the 7th Con.
1877-1 Appointing of treasurer, clerk, auditor and bridge inspector
1877-2 Appoint auditor, pathmaster, pound keepers and fence viewers
1877-4 To form S.S. No 15
1877-6 Repeal By-laws No 7, 1876
1877-11 Repeal By-law No 12, 1874
1878-1 To appoint auditors, clerk, treasurer and assessor
1878-2 Appointing pathmasters, poundkeepers and fence viewers
1878-3 Repeal By-law No 6, 1877
1879-3 Appoint township officers (pathmasters etc.)
1879-8To reduce the number of days statute of labour on assessment of property
1879-9 To alter certain school sections
1879-10 To levy the annual revenue and trustee rates
1879-11 To appoint a collector
1879-13 To alter a part of Sand Point & Burnstown road on Lot 18. Con 11
1879-15 To appoint deputy returning officers for elections in 1880
Arrangement
Material in this sub-series was not arranged in chronological order before digitization occured. Therefore, in several instances the material is out of order and dates of material overlap.
Notes
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Accession No.
1993-0004
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Less detail
Date
1880-1883
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 6 of 14 of this sub-series.
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Date
1880-1883
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 6 of 14 of this sub-series.
1880-1 Appointing auditors, assessors, clerk and treasurer
1880-2 Appoint pathmasters, pound keepers and fence viewers for 1880
1880-3 To open the 13th Con. line at Lot 5
1880-4 To distribute the statute labour
1880-5 To convey road allowance of Lots 5 & 6, Con 12 to Denis McNamara
1880-6 To establish a road on the North corner of Lot 6 in the 7th Con.
1880-7 To establish a road between Lots 20 & 21, Con. 10
1880-9 Appoint a rate collector
1880-10 To amend By-law No 9 re. collector of rates
1880-11 To appoint Deputy Returning officer for elections in 1881
1881-1 Appointing auditors, assessors, clerk and treasurer
1881-2 Appointment of pathmasters, pound keepers and fence viewers
1881-4 To apportion the Statute labour
1881-5 To expend certain sums of money on the roads
1881-6 To expend certain sums of money on roads
1881-7 To provide for the collecting of township and school rates
1881-8 To appoint a collector for the current year
1881-9 To provide for the holding of elections for 1882
1882-1 Appointing auditors, clerk and assessor
1882-2 Pathmasters, pound keepers and fence viewers, new auditor
1882-3 Transfer the E 1/2 of Lot 3 in the 11th Con. from S.S. No. 8 to S.S. No. 9
1882-4 Distribution of Statute Labour
1882-5 To expend certain sums of money on roads
1882-6 To levy township and trustee rates for 1882
1882-7 To appoint a collector of rates
1882-8 To expend certain monies on roads
1883-1 To appoint clerk and other officers
1883-2 To appoint certain pathmasters
1883-3 To fix the amount of remuneration to be paid to councillors
1883-4 Transfer Lots Nos. 16,17,18,19 & 20 from S.S. No. 7 to S.S. No. 12
1883-6 Expend certain monies on repairs of the roads
1883-7 To levy the annual township and trustee rates for current year
1883-8 Appoint a collector of rates
1883-9 To provide for holding of elections for 1884
Arrangement
Material in this sub-series was not arranged in chronological order before digitization occured. Therefore, in several instances the material is out of order and dates of material overlap.
Notes
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Accession No.
1993-0004
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Less detail
Date
1884-1889
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 7 of 14 of this sub-series.
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Date
1884-1889
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 7 of 14 of this sub-series.
1884-1 Appointment of auditors, clerk treasurer and assessor
1884-2 To appoint pathmasters, poundkeepers and assessors
1884-3 Distribution of Statute labour and appointing pathmasters
1884-4 To put Lot No 15, 12th Con in S.S. 14 and E 1/2 of Lot 11 and Lot 7, 8th Con in S. S. No. 15
1884-5 To appoint a local board of health for McNab
1884-6 To expend certain monies on the roads
1884-7 To remove certain obstructions from highways
1884-8 To amend the public health Bylaw
1884-9 To levy the annual rates for 1884
1884-10 To appoint a collector for 1884
1884-11 To alter part of old Flat Rapids road in the 11th Con.
1884-12 To provide for the holding the election in 1885
1885-1 To appoint auditors assessors, clerk and treasurer
1885-2 To appoint a Board of Health
1885-3 Appointment of pathmasters, poundkeepers & fence viewers
1885-4 To repeal part of Bylaw No. 3
1885-5 Distribution of Statute Labour
1885-6 To expend certain monies on the roads
1885-8 Convey S 1/2 of road allowance, Lots 5 & 6 in the 11th Con. to H. R. McLachlin
1885-9 To convey the N 1/2 of road between Lots 5 & 6 in the E 1/2 of the 11th Con. to John Keyes
1885-10 To repeal part of By-law No 7, 1884
1885-11 To levy the annual rate and school trustee rates for 1885
1885-12 To appoint a collector of rates
1885-13 To provide for municipal elections in 1886
1886-1 Appoint certain township officers
1886-2 To appoint a Board of Health
1886-3 To appoint pathmasters etc.
1886-4 To alter school section boundaries
1886-5 To expend money on roads
1886-6 To levy the township and trustee rates for 1886
1886-7 To appoint a collector for 1886
1886-8 To alter part of the Ottawa and Pembroke road
1886-9 To establish a line of road at Lot Nos 10 & 11, Con 9
1886-10 To repeal By-law No 7
1886-11 To appoint deputy returning officers and polling sections for 1887
1887-1 To appoint certain township officers
1887-2 To appoint a Board of Health
1887-3 Appointing pathmasters and poundkeepers
1887-4 To expend money on roads and bridges and appoint commission to do so
1887-5 Award of arbitrator
1887-6 Appoint a collector for 1887
1887-7 To levy the township and trustee rates for 1887
1887-8 Appoint deputy returning officers for the year 1888
1887-9 To appoint a township road surveyor
1888-1 To appoint certain township officers
1888-2 To appoint a Board of health
1888-3 Appointing pathmasters etc.
1888-4 To establish the approaches of the new Clay bridge in the 10th Con.
1888-7 To appoint fence viewers and other officers who refuse to accept office
1888-8 To empower reeve to borrow $2000 for Clay Bank bridge contractor
1888-9 To close the road known as the Pakenham and Arnprior Road
1888-10 To alter part of the old Flat Rapids Road in 12th Con.
1888-12 To levy the township and trustee rates for 1888
1888-13 To appoint a collector for the year 1888
1888-14 To provide for the holding of elections in 1889
1889-1 To appoint certain township officers
1889-2 To appoint a Board of Health for 1889
1889-3 Appoint pathmasters and poundkeepers
1889-4 Repeal Bylaw 3, 1878; fix the amount for shop and tavern licences for 1889
1889-5 Levy dog tax
1889-6 Enpower the reeve to borrow $1300 for the Balmer Island bridge
1889-7 Distribution of Statute labour
1889-8 To authorize the Union of S.S. #2 McNab and #4 Bagot to borrow $1500
1889-9 To appoint a road surveyor
1889-10 To appoint a collector for 1889
1899-11 To levy the annual rates in 1889
1889-12 For the holding of elections in 1890
1889-13 To authorize S.S. No 1 McNab to borrow $1000.
Arrangement
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Notes
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Accession No.
1993-0004
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Date
1890-1894
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
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Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 9 of 14 of this sub-series.
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Date
1890-1894
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 9 of 14 of this sub-series.
1890-1 Appointing certain township officers
1890-2 Appointing a Board of Health
1890-3 Repealing By-law No 5, 1889 - levying a dog tax
1890-4 Appointment of Pathmasters and pound keepers
1890-5 Distribution of Statute labour
1890- 6 Levying of township and trustee rates
1890-7 To appoint a collector for 1890
1890-8 Closing of side line between Lots No. 5 & 6, Con. 14
1890-9 Closing of Arnprior and Pakenham Road
1890-10 For holding municipal elections in 1891
1891-1 Appointing certain township officers
1891- 2 To appoint a Board of Health
1891-3 Appointing Pathmasters and pound keepers
1891-4 The distribution of Statute Labour
1891-5 Against the levying of a dog tax
1891-6 Readjusting the polling division in McNab
1891-7 To authorize trustees of S.S. No 5 to borrow $600
1891-8 To levy township and trustee rates for 1891
1891-9 To appoint a collector for 1891 and provide for his salary
1891-10 For holding elections in 1892
1891-11 Constitute a line of road in 1st. Conc. (top of page only)
1892-1 To appoint certain township officers and provide for their salary
1892- 2 To appoint a Board of Health
1892-3 Appointing Pathmasters etc.
1892-4 For the distribution of Statute labour
1892-5 To appoint a civil engineer for McNab
1892-6 To levy the annual and trustee rates for 1892
1892-7 Altering the road on the E 1/2 Lot No 6 Con. 6
1892-8 Authorize S.S. No 14 to borrow $840 - payable by debenture
1892-9 To appoint a collector for 1892
1892-10 To repeal By-law No 9 - 1892
1892-11 For the holding of elections in 1893, appoint deputy returning officer
1892-12 To abolish Statute Labour and impose a commutation tax per day
1893-1 To appoint certain township officers
1893- 2 Appoint a Board of Health for the year
1893-3 Appointing Pathmasters and Pound keepers
1893-4 Distributing the Statute labour
1893-5 Empower S.S. No 3 to borrow $600, payable by debenture
1893-6 Close the road through E 1/2 of Lots 1,2 & 3 Con 3 and open the 4th Con.
1893-7 To levy the annual and trustee rates
1893-8 To appoint a collector of rates
1893-9 To provide for the holding of municipal elections in 1894
1894-1 To appoint certain township officers
1894-2 To appoint a Board of Health
1894-4 Appoint a road commission and define their duties
1894-5 To levy the annual and trustee rates for 1894
1894-6 Close the 11th Con. at Lot 27, open new road in 10th Con. Lot No. 27
1894-7 Open a new road on W 1/2 Lot 16 and E 1/2 Lot 15 in the 11th Con.
1894-8 Close road through Lots 23 & 24 Con 12 and open up a road south of CPR
1894-9 Appoint a collector and set his salary
1894-10 To provide for the holding of election in 1895
1894-11 Constitute a new road on Lots 3 & 4 Con 6
1894-12 To abolish Statute labour and impose a commutation tax instead (missing)
1894-12 Empower the reeve to sign certain deeds of conveyance to the C.P.R. Co.
Arrangement
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Accession No.
1993-0004
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Date
1895-1899
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 10 of 14 of this sub-series.
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Date
1895-1899
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 10 of 14 of this sub-series.
1895-1 To appoint certain township officers
1895-2 To appoint a Board of Health
1895-3 Appointing Pathmasters etc.
1895-4 To repeal By-law 1892-12 abolishing the performance of Statute labour
1895-5 For the distribution of Statute labour
1895-6 To levy annual and school rates
1895-7 Appointing a collector for the current year
1895-8 To constitute Russell’s Lane
1895-9 To provide for the holding of municipal elections
1895-10 To close part of Arnprior and Burnstown road
1896-1 Appoint auditors, assessor, treasurer and clerk and set their salaries
1896-2 Appoint a Board of Health for the current year
1896-3 To appoint Pathmasters etc.
1896-4 To sell and convey a part of the 11th Con. at Lot No 27
1896-5 Distribution of the Statute labour
1896-6 To levy the annual and trustee rates
1896-7 To appoint a collector
1896-8 To fix the payments of the engineer and clerk’s fees
1896-9 For the holding of elections in 1897
1897-1 Appoint auditors and assessors
1897-2 Appoint a Board of Health, Medical Health officer and sanitary inspectors
1897-3 To appoint Pathmasters and pound keepers
1897-4 To remove obstructions off the highways
1897-5 To remove the trees off the 5th Con. at Lot No 4
1897-6 Distribute the Statute Labour
1897-6 To levy the annual and trustee rates
1897-7 To constitute a line of road in the W 1/2 of Lot 1 Con. 3
1897-7 To appoint a collector of rates
1897-8 For holding a municipal election in 1898
1897-9 To empower S.S. No 4 McNab & No 10 Horton to borrow $850
1897-10 To authorize the cutting of trees on the 12th Con. Lot No 16
1898-1 To appoint certain township officers
1898-2 To appoint a Board of Health, Medical officer and sanitary inspector
1898-3 To appoint pathmasters etc.
1898-4 To close up road running through E 1/2 Lot 16, Con. 10 and open a new one
1898-5 Distribute the Statute of Labour
1898-6 To levy the annual and trustee rates for 1898
1898-7 To appoint a collector
1898-8 Empower the reeve to borrow $2000.
1898-9 Holding of municipal elections in 1899
1898-11 To remove trees for the 4th and 12th concessions
1899-1 To appoint auditors and assessors for 1899
1899-2 To appoint a Board of Health
1899-3 Regulating the scale of the Statute labour
1899-4 Appointing Pathmasters etc.
1899-5 To distribute the Statute Labour for current year
1899-6 To levy the annual and school rates
1899-7 To appoint a collector of rates
1899-8 To provide for the holding of elections in 1900
Arrangement
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Notes
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Accession No.
1993-0004
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Date
1900-1904
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 11 of 14 of this sub-series.
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Date
1900-1904
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 11 of 14 of this sub-series.
1900-1 To appoint auditors and assessor
1900-2 To appoint a Board of Health
1900-3 To appoint pathmasters etc.
1900-5 To provide for the payment of the clerk & engineer
1900-6 Make alterations of the boundary of school section No. 5 & 15
1900-7 To distribute the Statute Labour
1900-8 To regulate the amount and payment of cummutations of Statute Labour defaultees
1900-9 To levy annual and trustee rates for 1900
1900-10 Appoint a collector
1900-11 To authorize the cutting of trees on Lot 7 Con. 5
1900-12 Holding of municipal election in 1901, Deputy Returning Officer
1901-1 To appoint certain township officers and provide for their salaries
1901-2 Appoint a Board of Health
1901-4 To appoint pathmasters etc.
1901-4 Forming additional polling divisions
1901-4 Distribute the Statute Labour
1901-5 To levy the annual and trustee rates for 1901
1901-6 To close up the 3rd Con. and open a new line, 3rd Con. Lot 21
1901-7 To appoint a collector of rates
1901-8 Regulate the amount paid for burial of indigents and unclaimed dead bodies
1901-9 To provide for the holding of elections in 1902
1901-10 To close road through E1/2 Lots 3 & 4 Conc 6
1902-1 Appoint certain township officers and provide for payment for their services
1902-2 To appoint a Board of Health and its officers
1902-3 To appoint pathmasters etc.
1902-4 To amend the scale of Statute Labour
1902-5 To appoint an auditor
1902-6 Appoint medical health officers
1902-7 To distribute the statute for the year 1902
1902-8 Alter the school boundaries of School Sections No 5, 13 and 15
1902-9 To levy the annual and school trustee rates
1902-10 Repeal section 8 of By-law No., 7, 1875 - cattle running at large
1902-11 To appoint a collector of taxes
1902-12 To provide for the holding of election in 1903
1902-13 To confirm the action of the delegation at Arnprior with the S.O. Church Bros. Co.
1902-14 Confirm the action of the delegation at Arnprior re: Mansfield drain
1903-1 To appoint township officers and provide for their services
1903-2 To appoint a Bd. of Health and sanitary officers
1903-3 To grant liberty to cut trees on Lots 15 & 16, Con. 7
1903-4 Appointing pathmasters, pound keepers and fence viewers
1903-4 To distribute the Statute Labour
1903-5 To levy the annual and trustee rates for 1903
1903-5 To close part of the Arnprior and Stewartville Road
1903-6 To appoint a collector of rates
1903-7 To empower the solicitor of Arnprior to draw up an agreement for railway crossings
1903-8 Provide for the holding of elections in 1904 (repealed Nov 17, 1903)
1904-9 1 Appointing auditors and assessors and fixing their salary
1904-2 To appoint a Board of Health
1904-3 Empower the pathmaster to remove the fence across the 6th Con. Lot 14
1904-4 Appoint pathmasters etc.
1904-5 Make provisions to put up/take down fences along leading roads
1904-6 To impose fines on parties refusing to accept office when appointed.
1904-7 Distribution of the Statute Labour
1904-8 Authorize trustees of S.S. No. 12 to raise by loan $1500 to issue debentures
1904-9 To provide for the payment of pathmaster
1904-11 To appoint a collector of rates
1904-13 To raise debentures for S.S. No 14
1904-14 To appoint a clerk for 1905
Arrangement
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Notes
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Accession No.
1993-0004
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Less detail
Date
1905-1909
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 12 of 14 of this sub-series.
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Date
1905-1909
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 12 of 14 of this sub-series.
1905-4 To raise money for debenture to build a new school in S.S. No 8
1905-5 Authorize School Section No 13 to borrow $1450.
1905-6 Provide for the levying of annual rates
1905-7 To appoint a collector of taxes
1905-8 To provide for the annual elections
1905-9 Local Option - re Liquor Vote
1905-78 To make cetain alterations in S.S. No 7 and 15 (missing)
1906-1 To appoint an assessor and auditor
1906-2 To appoint a local Board of Health
1906-3 Distribute Statute labour
1906-3 To appoint a pathmaster etc.
1906-4 To appoint a municipal clerk
1906-5 To amend By-law No 3 - 1906 and appoint a Pathmaster
1906-6 Appoint a rate collector
1906-7 To appoint a new poundkeeper
1906-8 To provide the annual revenue and authorize the levy of taxes
1906-9 To amend By-law No 8 1906
1906-9 Local Option for the sale of Liquor
1906-10 To provide for municipal elections in 1907
1907-1 To appoint auditors
1907-2 To appoint members of local board of Health, medical officers and sanitary inspectors
1907-3 To appoint an assessor
1907-4 To appoint a clerk
1907-5 To appoint a new assessor
1907-6 Appointment of Pathmaster etc.
1907-7 Authorize the borrowing of $5000 to meet current expenditures
1907-8 Laying out a street
1907-10 To make alterations to S.S. Nos. 9 & 14
1907-12 Levy the annual rate
1907-14 To provide for elections in 1908
1907-17 To appoint a collector for the year 1907
1908-1 To appoint an auditor
1908-2 To appoint an assessor
1909-4 To authorize the borrowing of money
1909-5 Make alterations in S.S. No. 5 and 13
1909-6 Appoint a pathmaster etc.
1909-8 To clear obstructions off the townline between Pakenham and McNab
1909-9 To appoint a collector of rates
1909-10 Levying the annual rates
1909-11 Amend By-law No 5 - 1905 - issue debentures for S.S. No 13
1909-12 Amend By-law No 4 - 1905, issue debentures for S.S. No 8
1909-13 Amend By-law No 12 - 1904, issue debentures for S.S. No 14
1909-14 Amend By-law No 8 - 1904, issue debentures for S.S. No 12
1909-16 Appoint polling places, deputy returning officer and poll clerk
1909-1 To appoint an auditor
1909-2 To appoint an assessor
1909-4 To appoint a pathmaster etc.
1909-5 The levying of the annual rates
1909-6 To appoint a collector of rates
1909-7 McNab and Horton Telephone
1909-8 Provide for municipal elections in 1910
1909-9 Permission to Madawaska Telephone Association to put in poles
1909-15 To repeal By-law No 9- 1906 sale of liquor
1909-17 To raise money by way of loan, the sum of $20,000.
Arrangement
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Notes
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Accession No.
1993-0004
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Less detail
Date
1910-1914
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 13 of 14 of this sub-series.
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Date
1910-1914
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 13 of 14 of this sub-series.
1910-1 Appointing auditors
1910-3 Appointing assessors
1910-4 Repeal By-law No. 1-1910, appoint a new auditor
1910-5 To appoint pathmasters etc.
1910-6 Appointing a truant officer
1910-7 Grant permission to McNab Telephone Association to put up lines
1910-8 Providing for levying of rates
1910-9 To appoint a rate collector
1910-10 To provide for the municipal election in 1911
1910-18 Defining the duties and rates of a poundkeeper
1911-2 To appoint an auditor
1911-3 To appoint an assessor
1911-4 Appointing a sheep valuator
1911-5 Appointing a truant officer
1911-6 Appointing certain township officers
1911-8 Define the duties of the clerk and fix his salary
1911-9 Permission to Madawaska Telephone Co. to erect poles
1911-10 For the levying of the annual rates
1911-11 To appoint a collector of rates
1911-11 To appoint an assessor
1911-12 To provide for the election in 1912
1911-12 To appoint a treasurer for the township
1911-13 Appointing of a constable
1911-14 Execute an agreement with George Clark
1911-19 Close part of a road allowance
1911-20 To improve main and leading roads in the Twp.
1911-21 To abolish Statute Labour
1912-22 To appoint an auditor
1912-23 To appoint an assessor
1912-25 Appointing a truant officer
1912-26 Appointing a sheep valuator
1912-27 Appointing a new assessor
1912-28 To divide McNab into 4 road divisions
1912-29 To appoint overseers (road commissioners)
1912-30 To appoint certain township officers
1912-31 Close off Jane Street in Sand Point
1912-32 Levying the annual rates
1912-35 To close the public road n. side of C.P.R. main line
1913-36 To provide for the annual elections in 1913
1913-37 For the improvement of roads
1913-38 To appoint auditors
1913-39 To appoint an assessor
1913-42 Appoint a truant officer
1913-43 Appointing a sheep valuator
1913-43 To appoint a roads commissioner
1913-47 Repeal Bylaw #44 (To raise money via a loan)
1913-50 To appoint a constable
1913-51 Execute an agreement with R. Thomlinson
1913-52 To appoint an overseer of overseers
1913-52 To appoint a tax collector
1913-53 Provide for the levying of rates
1914-54 To provide for municipal elections in 1914
1914-55 Appointing of auditors
1914-56 Appointing an assessor
1914-58 Appointment of pound keepers and fence viewers
1914-59 To appoint a truant officer
1914-62 To appoint sheep valuators
1914-63 Appointment to appear before the Liquor License Commission (John Gillies)
1914-64 Liquor Licence (Appt. to appear - Archibald Yuill)
1914-65 To appoint road overseers 67 For the levying of the annual rates
1914-68 To appoint a tax collector
1914-69 Appointing Deputy Returning Officers and Poll Clerks for elections
Arrangement
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Notes
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1993-0004
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