Victoria City Act, 1892

Limits to the City of Victoria

The Municipal limits of the City of Victoria shall be as follows: Commencing at a point on the shore line of Foul 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 the eastern boundary lines of sections 68, 74 and 76, to the south-east corner of section 25; thence westerly along the 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 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 southern boundary lines of section 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; thence southerly along the centre of Harriet Road to Victoria Arm; thence south-westerly across Victoria Arm to the point where the centre of Arm Street intersects the southern shore of Victoria Arm; thence southerly along the centre of Arm Street to the centre of 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 section 32; thence along the western boundary line of section 32 to the shore of Victoria Harbour; thence south-easterly across the Victoria Harbour to Shoal Point on the Straits of San Juan De Fuca, including all wharves, jetties and buildings along said shore line, to the point of commencement.

The letters patent issued on the eighth day of January, 1891, and the by-law of the Corporation number 124, passed on the twenty-first day of October, 1890, in so far as the same purport to describe the limits of the said City, shall be deemed to be amended so as to conform to the provisions of this section. Section 267 of the "Municipal Act, 1891," is hereby repealed.

Victoria City Act, 1892, Chapter 63, Section 16.