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Array   
JOHN HALL,
NIAGARASTRECT,
VICTORIA, B.O. THE LIBRARY
THE UNIVERSITY OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA 1901.
CITY OF   VICTORIA
BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
Revised, Amended and Consolidated
BY-LAWS
CORPORATION
CITY OF VICTORIA,
To the 8th March, 1901,
Including Tables of By-Laws passed siuce the City's Incorporation and a Reprint of Loan By-Laws and By-Laws
of a Private Character.
Printed and Published by Order of the Municipal Council during the
Mayoralty of Charles Hayward, Esq.
t  ENG.  CORP.   LD.   VICTORIA
II  I
A.
CONTENTS.
Preface.—Mayors and Aldermen of the City of Victoria, from the Date of Incorporation.
TABLE 1.—Tables of By-Laws, being the whole of the By-
Laws of the City in existence at the date of the last consolidation in 1889, and those subsequently passed down to 8th March
1901.
TABLE 2.—(From Schedule to By-Law No. 330.)
Table of By-Laws now consolidated, revised, amended and
added to.
TABLE 3.—Loan By-Laws.
TABLE 4.—Local Improvement Debenture By-Laws.
TABLE 5.—Aid, Bonus and Guarantee By-Laws.
TABLE 6.—By-Laws of a semi-private nature and others
included for reference.
Page   1. Interpretation. General Amendment, and Consolidation By-Law 1901.
7. The Council By-Law.
28. Municipal Officers' Duties By-Law.
52. The Revenue Receipts By-L,aw.
59. The Revenue (Payments Authorization) By-Law.
61. The Municipal Land By-Law.
62. The Fence Viewers' Appointment By-Law.
63. The Wards By-Law. Page. 66. The Elections Regulation By-Law.
71. The Fire Department and Regulation By-Law.
79. The Buildings By-Law.
110. The Streets By-Law.
133. The Sewer Connection and Rental By-Law.
150. The Plumbers' By-Law.
152. The Local Improvements General By-Law.
158. The Health By-Law.
176. The Water Works By-Law.
188. The Charitable Institution By-Law.
189. The Poor Relief By-Law.
191. The Market By-Law.
206. The Milk Vendors' By-Law.
212. The Parks By-Law.
215. The City Library By-Law.
216. The City Pound By-Law.
222. The Cemetery By-Law.
239. The Wash House By-Law.
244. The Explosives By-Law.
248. The Street Railways Regulation By-Law.
253. The Hawkers and Peddlers By-Law.
254. The Wharves Regulation By-Law.
255. The Public Morals By-Law.
257. The Thistle By-Law.
258. The Cruelty to Animals By-Law.
259. The Hired Vehicles By-Law.
265. The Legal Advisers By-Law.
267. The Bicycle By-Law.
271. By-Laws in Table III.
329. By-Laws in Table IV.
358. By-Laws in Table V.
377. By-Laws in Table VI.
J PREFACE,
The work of consolidation of the City's By-Laws has occupied a
considerable period, and the reffult now brings the Municipal Regulations in a convenient form up to the 8th March, 1901.
The consolidation has had the effect of greatly reducing the number of by-laws.
In the prosecution of the work care has been exercised to endeavour to reproduce the existing by-laws with such alterations only as are
required for uniformity of expression and adaptation to the existing
state of the law and the established practice.
To this general rule of revision and consolidation it has been
found necessary to make certain exceptions.
The Building By-Law was found to require so much alteration
that remodelling became a necessity. The Local Improvements By-
Laws, the Sewer Construction By-Laws and a few others also required
somewhat extensive alterations to bring them into accord with the existing state of the law and the necessities created by the development
of the city's growth.
The method adopted to make the Consolidated By-Laws the regulations henceforth to be observed in the government of the city is
clearly to be gathered from a perusal of the Interpretation By-Law,
from which it will be seen that all the by-laws dealt with and heretofore in force are repealed, with very full provisions for preserving
existing rights and remedies, and the Consolidated By-Laws are enacted in substitution therefor.
A complete list of all existing by-laws dealt with and the method
in whieh they have been consolidated appears in the Schedule to the Interpretation By-Law, printed for convenience at the commencement, and with the aid of this* Schedule, and with reference to the
marginal notes on the by-laws, any provision can be readily traced to
its source.
The other parts of the Schedule to the Interpretation By-Law
deal with Loan By-Laws, Local Improvement Debenture By-Laws,
Aid, Bonus andjGuarantee Loans, and such by-laws of a more or less
private character, which it has not been thought desirable to consolidate.   They are included for reference only.
]STo regard has been paid to Annual By-Laws, or those the operation of which is of a temporary character. They remain unaltered if
in force.
In arranging the order in which the Consolidated By-Laws appear in this volume it was found difficult to retain the chronological
order, and they have accordingly been grouped as appeared most convenient.
Acknowledgment has to be made of the assistance rendered
by the City Officials, and of the services of a professional gentleman of large experience, in the preparation of the work.
March, 1901.
J. M. BRADBURN,
City Solicitor. 1
Mayors and Aldermen of the City of Victoria
From the Date of Incorporation.
First Year—1862.
Mayor THOMAS HARRIS.
JOHN COPELAND.
Councillors
J. M. REID.
,   W. E. STRONAOH,
} W. M. SEARBY,
M M. HICKS,
RICHARD LEWIS.
Second Year—1863.
Mayor. . THOMAS HARRIS.
f R. EWTNG.
I  AY. E. STRONACH,
Councillors  .   {  R. WALLACE,
| W. J. MACDONALD,
I RICHARD LEWIS.
Third Year—1864.
Mayor .* THOMAS HARRIS.
JAMES FELL,
M. MITNROE,
J. JEFFREY,
W. B. SMITH,
T. S. ALLATT,
W. J. MACDONALD.
Councillors
Fourth Year—1865.
Mayor THOMAS HARRIS.
f JAMES FELL,
Councillors
J. JEFEREY,
JAS. THORNE,
A. J. SMITH,
J. W. CAREY,
WM. HEBBARD, F.
Fifth Year—1866.
Mayor LUMLEY FRANKLIN.
f CHARLES GOWEN,
I   \l I ('HARD LEWIS,
rv, «^n«„ J JOSEPH JEFFREY, JR.
Councillors    <   ,       ,e.rz. e. . JT^ZTJZJ
| ROBERT LAYZELL,
I  JOHN JLKEREY, Sen.,
I \VM. HEBBARD.
Sixth Year—1867.
Mayor WM. J. MACDONALD.
f M. \Y. GIBBS,
CHARLES GOWEN,
n       mi J AY M. HEBBARD,
0ounolllors       J,W. TRAHEY,
I  EpCBARD LEwIS,
I  KOBT. LAYZELL
Seventh Year—1868.
Mayor
Councillor!
.. ,1 A MES TRIMBLE,
( JOSEPH dKFEEEY,
Jj G. MeKAY,
I TO (RUMP,
| RICHARD LEWIS,
T. S. ALLATT,
I M. W. GIBBS.
Eighth Year—1869.
Counoillo]
JAMES TRIMBLE.
T, S.   ALLATT,
j6hn KLSSELL,
G. C. GEROW,
A. BtTNSTER,
.1. W. OAEEY,
J. G. McKAY,
THOMAS  ALLSOP,
M. W   (HUBS,
G. G. WALKER. ~l
Ninth Year—1870.
Mayor
Councillors
.. JAMES TRIMBLE,
f T. S. ALLATT,
|  JOHN RUSSELL,
j  J. W. CAREY,
)  J. G. McKAY,
j  G. C. GEROW,
L G. G. WALKER.
Tenth Year—1871.
Mayor A. R,
J. E.
J. G.
J. AY
WM.
G. C.
Councillors
robertson.
McMillan,
McKAY,
. CAREY,
HEATHORN,
GEROW,
DAVID SPENCER.
Eleventh Year—1872.
Mayor
Councillors    <
richard lewis,
e. McMillan,
jas. d. robinson,
thos. r. mitchell,
charles go wen,
john g.taylor,
G. C. GEROW.
Twelfth Year—1873.
Mayors JAMES E. McMILLAN, part, JAMES D. ROBINSON, lesigned to accept the office of Water Commissioner, WM.
DALLY acted i< maming part of the year.
Councillors
f JAS. L». ROBINfcON.
GL1AG. GO\VEN,
J. G. TAYLOR,
J. S. DRLMMOND,
{  (J. MORTON,
henry lor^man,
CHAS. HAYAVA.RD,
AVM. DALBY,
L A. KEAST,* Thirteenth Year—1874.
Councillors
¥M DALBY.
C. GOWEN,
C. HAYWARD,
J  C. MORTON,
]   J. G. TAYLOR,
I  J. S. DRUMMOND,
I T. MITCHELL.
§
Fourteenth Year—1875.
Mayor
Councillors
1
J. S. DRUMMOND.
f JOSEPH GOSNELL,
N. SHAKESPEARE,
CHAS. GOWEN,
G. C. GEROW
G. G. WALKER,
J. W. AVILLIAMS,
L THOS. TROUNCE.
Fifteenth Year—1876.
Mayor
Councillors
J. S. DRUMMOND.
f J. W. WILLIAA1S,
E. B. MARATN,
CHAS. GOWEN,
LOUIS VIGELIUS,
JOSEPH GOSNELL,
T. S. "ALLATT,
THOS. TROUNCE.
Sixteenth Yrear—1877.
Mayor . . ,
Councillors
... M. AAe T. DRAKE.
f C. E. REDFERN,
E. B. MARATN,
I  J. W. AVILLIAMS,
i  THOS. TROUNCE,
W. J. JEFFREE,
J. IT . TURNER,
R. FINLAYSON.
I 1
Seventeenth Year—1878.
Ma^
Councillors
R. FINLAYSON.
NOAH SHAKESPEARE,
J. W. AYILLIAMS,
J. II. TODD,
J. H. TURNER,
E. B. MARATN,
WM. DALEY,
C. E. REDFERN.
Eighteenth Year—1879.
Mayor
Councillors
J. H. TURNER.
C. AY. R. THOMSON,
A McLEAN,
A. J. SMITH,
J. W. WILLIAMS,
A. ROME,
G. G. WALKER,
(, GEO. MANSELL,
Nineteenth Year—1880.
Mayor
Councillors
<
J. II. TURNER.
GEO. MANSELL,
A. ROME,
AY. R. CLARKE,
JOHN BOY'D,
A. J. SMITH,
|  A McLEAN,     1
I. N. SHAKESPEARE.
Twentieth Year—1881.
Mayor
Councillors
J. H. TURNER.
N. SHAKESPEARE,
J. AVRIGLESAVORTH,
A McLEAN,
JOLIN KINSMAN,
GEO. MANSELL,
LOUIS ATGELIUS,
A. J. SMITH,
JOHN BOYD.
JL «m:
Twenty-First Year—1882.
Mayor
Councillors
NOAH SHAKESPEARE,
EDGAR CROAY BAKER,
JOHN BOYD.
JOSEPH WRIGLESAVORTH,
J. D. WARREN,
JOHN KINSMAN,
WALTER SHEARS,
ALEX. WILSON.
Twenty-Second Year—1883.
Mayor
Councillors
CHAS. E. REDFERN.
JOSEPH WRIG-LESWORTH,
JOHN KINSMAN.
WALTER SHEARS,
LOUIS VIGELIUS,
HENRY GRIBBLE,
RICHARD ROBERTS,
WILLIAM JENSON.
Twenty-Third Year—1884.
Mayor
Councillors
JOSEPH W. CAREY.
f JOSEPH WRIGLESWORTH,
LOUIS VIGELIUS,
CHARLES GOAYEN,
JOHN BOYD,
J. PORTER,
AY. D. McKILLICAN,
J. ROBERTSON,
W. A. ROBERTSON,
I AY. McCULLOCH,
Twenty-Fourth Year—1885.
Mayor
Councillors    <f
. . R. P. RITHET.
f AY. D. McKILLICAN,
W. A. ROBERTSON,
A. J. SMITH,
THOMAS EARLE,
J OILY TEAGUE,
JOHN BRADEN,
JOHN GRANT,
ROBT. WARD,
I ORLANDO WARNER. Twenty-Fifth Year—1886.
Mayor JAMES FELL.
f JOHN GRANT,
A. J. SMITH,
S. T. STYLES,
W. A. ROBERTSON,
Councillors    <J   L. VIGELIUS,
D. WeHIGGINS,
R. LIPSETT,
M. HUMBER,
I ft S. BARNARD.
Mayor
Councillors
Twenty-Sixth Year—1887.
JAMES FELL.
JOHN GRANT,
S. T. STATES,
D. R. HARRIS,
J. BRADEN,
B. W. PEARSE,
F.    S. BARNARD,
L. VIGELIUS,
J. COUGIILAN,
D. W. HIGGINS.
Twenty-Seventh Year—1888.
Mayor
Councillors
<
. JOHN GRANT.
f JOHN BRADEN,
j  CHARLES T. PENAVILL,
|  DENNIS R. HARRIS,
LOUIS VIGELIUS,
S. T. STYLES,
WILLIAM AVILSON,
SAMUEL L. KELLY,
JOHN COUGHLAN,
i GEO. POWELL,
Twenty-Eighth Y'ear—1889.
Mayor
Councillors
<
, . JOHN GRANT.
f LOUIS ATGELIUS,
■   S. T. STYLES,
AYILLIAM WILSON,
S. L. KELLY,
LAAVRENCE GOODACRE,
J. B. HARRISON,
AY. D. McKILLICAN,
JOHN COUGHLAN,
I D. R. HARRIS, Twenty-Ninth Year—1890.
Mayor
A Mermen
.JOHN GRANT.
( SAMUEL LEONARD KELLY,
LOUIS VIGELIUS,
AY. D. McKILLICAN,
LAAYRENCE GOODACRE,
JOHN ROBERTSON,
JOSHUA HOLLAND,
JAMES BOLTON HARRISON
A. J. SMITH,
I AYILLIAM WILSON.
Thirtieth Year—1891.
Mayor
Alder
<!
JOHN GRANT.
f JOSHUA HOLLAND,
JOHN ROBERTSON,
JOHN COUGHLAN,
F. G. RICHARDS, JR.,
C. E. RENOUF,
AY. D. McKILLICAN,
JOSEPH HUNTER,
LI. A. MUNN,
A. J. SMITH,
Thirty-First Year—1892.
Aldermen
[ON. ROBERT BEAATN.
f JOHN LOYELL,
S. T. STYLES,
AY. D. McKILLICAN,
JAMES BAKER,
J  EDAYARD BRAGG,
)      vice J. C. Devlin, resigned.
MAURICE HUMBER,
JOSEPH HUNTER, M. P. P.,
II. A. MUNN,
I JOHN HALL, Thirty-Second Year—1893.
Mayor
^Mermen
HON. ROBERT BEAVEN.
S. T. STYLES,
A. L. BELYEA,
W. D. McKILLICAN,
JAMES BAKER,
EDWARD BRAGG,
W. A. ROBERTSON,
vice Munroe Miller, resigned.
H. A. MUNN,
A. HENDERSON,
D. R. HARRIS,
vice G. A. McTavish.
Thirty-Third—1894.
Mayor.
r
Aldermen
I
JOHN TEAGUE.
S. T. STATES,
LOUIS ATGELIUS,
WM. HUMPHREY,
AY. J. LEDINGHAM,
W. J. D WYER,
JAMES BAKER,
I). R.HARRIS,
H. A. MUNN,
J. KEITH WILSON.
Thirty-Fourth Year—1895.
Mayor
Aidevmen
JOHN TEAGUE.
f R. T. WILLIAMS,
john partridge,
aym. humphrey^
john McMillan,
{ A. J. McLELLAN,
EDAVARD BRAGG,
WILLIAM AYILSON,
AY. G. CAMERON,
JOHN HALL. Thirty-Fifth Year—1896.
Mayor
AMeimen
HON. ROBERT BEAVEN.
JOHN MACMTLLAN,
GEORGE GLOVER,
WM. MARCHANT,
R. T. WILLIAMS,
JOHN PARTRIDGE,
WM. HUMPHREY:,
WILLIAM AYILSON,
AY. G. CAMERON,
I. J. GERHARD TIARKS,
Thirty-Sixth Year--1897.
Mayor
A Icier men
, CHARLES E. REDFERN.
A. G. McCANDLESS,
m. McGregor,
john kinsman,
john partridge,
alex. stewart,
louis atgel1us,
william ayilson ,
john hall,
j. b. harrison.
Thirty-Seventh Yrear—1898.
Aide
CHARLES E. REDFERN.
f JOHN KINSMAN,
'  M. I1UMBER,
A. G. M'CANDLESS,
EDWARD""'BRAGG,
jd&fiPtH L. PHILLIPS,
p. c. macgrkcor,
Li Y.-WILLIAMS.
JOHN HALL,
WILLIAM HUMPHREY,
WILLIAM WILSON. ~1
Thirty-Eighth Year—1899.
Mayor CHARLES E. REDFERN.
( TOHN KINSMAN,
JOHN L. BECKWITH,
THOS. A. BRYDON,
ALEXANDER STEWART,
Aldermen    {   PC. MxYCGREGOR,
R. T. WILLIAMS,
WILLIAM HUMPHREY,
CHARLES HAY WARD,
W. Ci- CAMERON.
Thirty-Ninth Year—1900.
Mayor
Aldermen.
r
<:
CHARLES HAYAYARD,
JOHN KINSMAN,
THOS. A. BRYDON,
J. L. BECKAYITH,
Tl. T. WILLIAMS,
ALEX. STEWART,
J. STUART YATES,
JOHN HALL,
AY. G. CAMERON,
I HENRY COOLEY.
Fortieth Year—1901.
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