Waimate Agricultural Reserve Dairy School Act 1906

Waimate Agricultural Reserve Dairy School Act 1906

Local Act1906 No 38
Date of assent29 October 1906

An Act to provide for the Establishment of an Experimental Dairy School.

BE IT ENACTED by the General Assembly of New Zealand in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—

1 Short Title
  • The Short Title of this Act is The Waimate Agricultural Reserve Dairy School Act 1906.

2 Reserve for establishing an experimental dairy school
  • Whereas Section 32, Block III, Waimate Survey District, West Coast (North Island) District, containing ninety acres and twenty perches, more or less, was, in pursuance of clause numbered twenty-two in Schedule 1 to The Special Powers and Contracts Act 1885, by notice in the Gazette of the ninth day of October, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, page 1196, vested in the Public Trustee for the purposes of a school of agriculture: And whereas such school has not been established, and it is desirable to vary the purpose for which the land was set apart and to apply the rents and profits of the land in manner hereinafter provided: Be it therefore enacted as follows:—

    • (a) The Governor may, by notice in the Gazette, resume possession of the said land, and from and after the gazetting of such notice the said land shall be freed from any trust in or control by the Public Trustee, and shall be deemed to be a reserve as an endowment for the purpose of establishing an experimental dairy school for the North Island in such manner as the Minister for Agriculture directs:

      Provided that any lease theretofore granted by the Public Trustee shall not be disturbed thereby, save and except that such lease shall thenceforth be deemed to have been granted by the Commissioner of Crown Lands for the Land District of Taranaki, who shall have all the powers of the Public Trustee thereunder, and the lessee shall thenceforth pay his rent to the Receiver of Land Revenue at New Plymouth, whose receipt shall be a sufficient discharge.

    • (b) All rents and profits in respect of the said land in the hands of the Public Trustee at the date of the gazetting of the said notice, and all rents and profits that thereafter accrue, shall be paid into the Public Account to a special account to be called the North Island Experimental Dairy School Account; and the Colonial Treasurer may from time to time, without any further appropriation by Parliament, pay therefrom any expenses incurred by or under the authority of the Minister for Agriculture in the establishment, support, and maintenance of the said experimental dairy school.

3 Repeal