A By-Law for the Extension of Corporation Limits

A By-Law (no. 124)

WHEREAS a large population resides on the outside of the Corporation limits: /p>

And whereas it would be undesirable to have other municipalities created on the borders of this city:

Therefore be it resolved, that steps be at once taken so that the limits of the Corporation of the City of Victoria be extended to such an extent as is conferred by the powers contained in the "Municipal Act, 1889," and Amending Act:

The boundary of such extension to be as follows:

Commencing at a point in the shore line of Fowl Bay at the Southern end of an accommodation road thence northerly along the centre of said road to its intersection with the Southern boundary line of section 68; thence easterly along said boundary line to the south-east corner of section 68; thence northerly along Eastern boundary lines of section 68, 74 and 76 to the south-east corner of section 25; thence westerly along southern boundary line of section 25 to the centre of Mount Tolmie road; thence northerly along the centre of Mount Tolmie road to its intersection with the southern boundary line of section 26; thence westerly along said boundary line to the south-west corner of section 26; thence northerly along the western boundary lines of sections 26 and 27, to the north-west corner of section 27; thence westerly along the southern boundary lines of sections 34 and 42 to the south-west corner of section 42; thence northerly along the western boundary line of section 42 to the south-east corner of section 62; thence westerly along the boundary lines of sections 62, 63 and 7 to the intersection of the southern boundary line of section 7 with the centre of Burnside road; thence north-westerly along the centre of Burnside road to the centre of Harriet road; the along the centre of Harriet road to Victoria Arm; thence along the shore line of Victoria Arm and Victoria Harbor (including all wharves, jetties and buildings along the said shore lines, and also including Point Ellice Bridge, Rock Bay Bridge, and James Bay Bridge) to the point of commencement.

Also commencing at a point where the centre of Arm street intersects the right bank of Victoria Arm; thence southerly along the centre of Arm street to Craigflower road; thence easterly along the centre of Craigflower road to the centre of Morgan road; thence southerly along the centre of Morgan road to the north-west corner of sectrion 32; thence along the western boundary line of section 32 to the shore of Victoria Harbor; thence along the shore lines of Victoria Harbor and Victoria Arm (including all wharves, jetties and buildings along the said shore lines, and also including Point Ellice Bridge) to the point of commencement.

Passed the Municipal Council the 21st day of October, A.D. 1890.

Received the assent of the ratepayers the 2nd day of December, A.D. 1890.

John Grant,
Mayor
Wellington J. Dowler,
C.M.C.
Gazette, 11th December, 1890.