Grand Trunk Railway Act, 1867
- 1. Short Title.
- 2. Interpretation clause.
- 3. Company may issue equipment mortgage bonds:, No. 2, to the amount of £500,000 Sterling.
- 4. Power to re-borrow money paid to redeem such bonds.
- 5. Power to convert equipment mortgage bonds No. 2, into equipment mortgage stock, No. 2.
- 6. Recital.
- 7. Recital.
- 8. Meetings under this Act.
- 9. Recital.
31 Victoria, c. 19 (Canada)
An Act to amend "The Grand Trunk Arrangements Act, 1862," and for other purposes
[Assented to 21st December, 1867.]
The word "Company" means the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada.
The words "Arrangements Act" mean The Grand Trunk Arrangements Act, 1862.
The words "Postal Bonds" mean the Postal and Military Service Bonds issued by the Company under the authority of the Arrangements Act;"The words "working expenses" mean working expenses as defined by the Arrangements Act.
Company may issue equipment mortgage bonds:, No. 2, to the amount of £500,000 Sterling
Interest and rank of such bonds
Power to re-borrow money paid to redeem such bonds
Power to convert equipment mortgage bonds No. 2, into equipment mortgage stock, No. 2
Privileges of such stock
The G. T. R. Company and the Buffalo and Lake Huron Railway Co. may vary the agreement of July, 1864
Agreement of January, 1864, with Montreal and Champlain Railway Co
Power to vary agreement
Meetings under this Act
Power to close books at regular intervals
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