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Jury books

Series forms part of Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in Halifax County fonds and consists of jury books that provide lists of grand, petit, and special jurors who served. Books provide case number, juror's name, occupation, place of residence, and date served. Books are arranged alphabetically by jurors names.

Judges' notes and other material

Series forms part of Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in Halifax County fonds and consists of judges' notes and notebooks relating to proceedings. Notes and books provide date, parties' names, presiding judge, brief description of proceedings, and comments and opinions relating to the case. Series also includes judges' returns on convictions, correspondence, news clippings, reports, decisions, evidence taken, and a minute book of meetings of judges of the Supreme Court (1892-1933).

Index books

Series forms part of Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in Halifax County fonds and consists of indexes of cases, with references to praecipe books, minute books, and judgment books. Series is arranged alphabetically by plaintiff.

Proceedings books

Series forms part of Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in Halifax County fonds and consists of proceedings books that provide the case name, date, and brief notes on court proceedings. Volume 117 provides proceedings of criminal cases only and includes some copies of Commissions of Officers of the Court, with a scale of fees for various officials (1782-1785).

Chambers books

Series forms part of Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in Halifax County fonds and consists of chambers books that provide date, time, judge, parties names, brief description of case proceedings, and final judgment. Series is arranged chronologically.

Fees charged and received registers

Series forms part of Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in Halifax County fonds and consists of registers that provide actions taken in cases, the fees charged for each action, and the lawyer's name. Many entries, that were presumably settled, are crossed out and difficult to decipher. Series also includes a petty cash book for the court (1875-1876) and an accounts receivable ledger (1892-1896).

Registers

Series forms part of Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in Halifax County fonds and consists of a register providing attorney's name, names of plaintiff and defendant, abstract of proceedings, and court fees charged. Later cases are assigned an alphanumeric classification. Cases are listed civil (jury or non-jury) or criminal. Series is arranged chronologically by year.

Equity chambers books

Series forms part of Supreme Court of Nova Scotia in Halifax County fonds and consists of equity chambers books for cases before the Judge in Equity. Books provide date, case file number and title, order sought, lawyer, and whether granted. Series is arranged chronologically.

Office of Economic Development fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1944-1991
  • Fonds consists of: Series - Executive case and subject files, Series - Deputy minister's office case and subject files, Series - Industrial Benefits Office case files, Series - Community Economic Development Branch Mainstreet Program photographs, Series - Economic Analysis Branch case and subject files, Series - Departmental case and subject files, Series - Sydney Steel Corporation records, Series - Voluntary Planning Board minutes and other material, Series - Industrial Estates Limited administrative files
  • Series - Michael V. Knight's correspondence and other material, Series - Trade and industry project files, Series - Ministers' correspondence and other material, Series - Minister's copies of Industrial Estates Limited minute books, Series - Waterfront Development Corporation records, Series - Nova Scotia Resources Limited minutes and other material, Series - Job creation correspondence, Series - Technical and administrative services program records, Series - Halifax-Dartmouth Regional Development Plan Review records, Series - Industrial Loan Board minute book, Series - Industrial Benefits Office conference records, Series - Subsidiary agreements with the federal government, Series - Projects Division correspondence and other material, Series - Investment Canada correspondence and other material, Series - Industrial Estates Limited project files and other material

Nova Scotia. Office of Economic Development

Deputy minister's office case and subject files

Series forms part of Office of Economic Development fonds and consists of case and subject files, some relating to policy development and strategic planning. Series includes files relating to Halterm Limited, Industrial Estates Limited, Nova Scotia Resources Limited, Offshore Coordinating Committee, Nova Scotia Resources Development Board, Venture Corporations Board, and Voluntary Planning Board. The Minister of Development had statutory responsibility for all these agencies, except Halterm Limited and Nova Scotia Resources Limited.

Industrial Benefits Office case files

Series forms part of Office of Economic Development fonds and consists of case files of the Industrial Benefits Office. Series is arranged chronologically and alphabetically by title within each year.

Mount Saint Vincent University. Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. (Halifax, N.S.)

Ministers' correspondence and other material

Series forms part of Office of Economic Development fonds and consists of correspondence of various ministers of the department. Series also includes memoranda, reports, proposals, agendas and minutes of meetings, articles, brochures, information booklets, and newspaper clippings. Ministers represented include: W.S.K. Jones (1964-1968), Thomas J. McKeough (1968-1969), Gerald Ritcey (1969-1970), Ralph Fiske (1970-1973), George Mitchell (1973-1976), Sandy Cameron (1976-1978), and Roland Thornhill (1978-1987).

Nova Scotia Resources Limited minutes and other material

Series forms part of Office of Economic Development fonds and consists of copies of Nova Scotia Resources Limited (NSRL) board minutes, correspondence, and material relating to various NSRL projects. Records appear to originate from the deputy minister's office. NSRL was established in 1981 by the Government of Nova Scotia to invest in and manage the province's participation in petroleum, energy, and mineral development. One such venture was a synthetic fuel project aimed at using the dormant Gulf Canada refinery in conjunction with a coal to oil conversion method.

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