110. If it considers it necessary, the council may appoint one or more rural inspectors who shall remain in office for such period as may be fixed by the council. The rural inspector shall have jurisdiction in the territory determined by by-law of the council or, failing such a by-law, in the whole of the territory of the municipality.
The powers of the rural inspector regard only farms and woodlots within the meaning of the Act respecting municipal taxation (chapter F-2.1) and the land adjacent to such farms and woodlots.
R. S. 1964, c. 193, s. 106; 1968, c. 53, s. 2; 1968, c. 55, s. 33; 1977, c. 52, s. 11; 1979, c. 72, s. 490.