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and Means aforesaid or one of them) for the Space or Portion of Ground required for the said Tunnel, and for the Damage which may be done to such Buildings and Lands; but in the Case of public Streets, Roads, Ways, Paths, Courts, or Passages no Compensation shall be made for the same, nor shall any Compensation be made for boring or digging under or over any Sewers, Drains, Mains, Pipes, Gas Pipes, Water Pipes, or Aqueduct, or for diverting or altering the same for the Purposes of the said Tunnel, or for constructing the same.

VI. The Commissioners of the Admiralty shall and they are Commissioners hereby required from Time to Time and at all Times to keep to keep Tunnel or cause to be kept the said Tunnel and the Walls thereof in good and substantial Repair, and shall, from and after the Use of the Roadways referred to in the First Part of the First Schedule to this Act shall have been purchased by them, repair, amend, and keep up, at the Charge of Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors,

the same Roads and Ways, and where needful fence in that Road or Way which in the said Schedule is designated by No. 2.

VII. It shall also be lawful for the Commissioners of the Power for Admiralty and they are hereby authorized and empowered, if Commissioners they think fit, subject to the Provisions herein and in the Lands in First “ Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845," contained, to pur- Schedule to chase all or any of the Lands mentioned or referred to in

Act. the First Schedule to this Act, and all Estates and Interests therein which are not vested in the said Commissioners at the Time of the passing of this Act.

VIII. That all such Parts of Her Majesty's Dockyard at After Purchase Devonport the Fee Simple of which may be purchased under of Devonport or by virtue of the Provisions of this Act

shall; from and after to be used as the Completion of any such Purchase or Purchases, be always One of Her thereafter used for One or for Part of One of Her Majesty's

Majesty's

Dockyards. Dockyards, and for Buildings, Erections, and other Works necessary for the same, and for no other Purpose whatsoever.

IX. That the Piece or Parcel of Land or Ground described A certain Piece in the Second Schedule to this Act shall for ever hereafter of Ground to be and be used as a public Highway or Footway or Part as a Footway. of a public Highway or Footway, and for no other Purpose, and no Building or Erection whatsoever shall ever be constructed or commenced thereon or on any Part thereof.

X. If any Omission, Mis-statement, or wrong Description Errors and shall have been made of any Lands, or of the Owners, Lessees, Omissions in or Occupiers of any Lands referred to in the said Book of Reference and Reference or mentioned in the Schedules to this Act annexed Schedules may or either of them, the Commissioners of the Admiralty, after be corrected by

Two Justices, giving Ten Days Notice to the Owners, Lessees, and Occu- who shall piers of the Lands affected by such proposed Correction, may certify the apply to Two Justices for the Correction thereof; and if it same. shall appear

to such Justices that such Omission, Mis-statement, or wrong Description arose from Mistake, they shall certify the same accordingly, and they shall in such Certificate state the

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Certificate to be Particulars of any such Omission, Mis-statement, or wrong deposited.

Description; and such Certificate shall be deposited with the said Clerk of the Peace, and such Certificate shall be kept by such Clerk of the Peace with the other Documents to which it relates, and thereupon such Book of Reference, Schedules or Schedule, shall be deemed to be corrected according to such Certificate, and the said Commissioners may take any Lands in accordance with such Certificate as if such Omission, Mis

statement, or wrong Description had not been made. Powers for XI. The Powers of the Commissioners of the Admiralty for compulsory the compulsory Purchase or taking of Lands for the Purposes Purchase of Lands limited of this Act shall not be exercised after the Expiration of Three

Years from the passing of this Act. Powers given XII. The Powers and Authorities by this Act given to to Commissioners to apply

the Commissioners of the Admiralty relative to the Lands mento Purchasestioned and comprised in the said Book of Reference and in the made as well Schedules to this Act annexed or either of them, shall, so far as as those to be

the Commissioners of the Admiralty may at any Time or Times deem expedient for effecting any of the Objects of this Act, be applicable as well to any of such Lands already purchased or taken, or agreed to be purchased or taken, as to such as shall hereafter be purchased or taken under the Provisions of this

Act. All Lands XIII. Subject to the Provisions of this Act, the Lands purchased or

which shall be purchased, taken, or acquired by the Commistaken by Commissioners to sioners of the Admiralty for the Purposes of this Act or under vest in them

the Provisions of this Act, or which may have been purchased in trust.

or been agreed to be purchased as aforesaid, shall be vested in the said Commissioners, their Successors in Office and Assigns, in trust for Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, for the Public Service, and no other Commissioners nor any Trustees nor other Persons shall after such Purchase, taking, or acquiring as aforesaid lay down or construct any Road or Way, or any Pipe for Gas, Water, or otherwise, or any Drain, Sewer, or Watercourse, in, under, through, or over the said Lands, or interfere in any Manner therewith, except in such Manner as may be previously approved of by the Commissioners of the Admiralty in Writing under the Hand of the Secretary of the

Admiralty. Commissioners XIV. It shall be lawful for the Commissioners of the Admimay sell or let

ralty to sell, exchange, or in any Manner dispose of or to let Lands,

or demise all or any of the Lands purchased, taken, or acquired by or vested in them under the Authority of this Act, with the respective Appurtenances (save and except the Property mentioned in the Eighth Section of this Act), which shall not at any Time or Times in the Opinion of the said Commissioners be required for the Purposes thereof, either by public Auction or private Contract; and it shall be lawful for them to convey and assign or to grant or demise the same or any Part thereof to any Person who shall be willing to purchase or take the same, and for that Purpose to make and execute all

such

such Conveyances, Assurances, Leases, and Agreements as may be thought proper, and also to do any other Act, Matter, or Thing in relation to such Lands, which shall by the said Commissioners be deemed beneficial for the Public Service in relation thereto, or for the better Management thereof, and which might be done by any other Person having the absolute Fee Simple in any such Lands.

XV. The Monies to arise and to be produced by Sale or Monies proExchange of any Lands which shall be sold or exchanged or duced by Sale

of Lands to be conveyed under the Provisions of this Act shall be paid by the paid to Her Purchaser thereof, or the Person making any such Exchange, Majesty's Payto Her Majesty's Paymaster General for the Time being, and master

General. the Receipt of the said Paymaster General for any such Monies (such Receipt to be indorsed on every such Conveyance as aforesaid) shall effectually discharge the Purchaser or Person by whom or on whose Account the same shall be so paid.

XVI. Immediately from and after the Payment of such After PayPurchase Money and the Execution of every such Conveyance ment, Puras aforesaid, the Purchaser therein named shall be deemed to causer to stand

led to possessed of the stand seised and possessed of the Lands which shall be so Lands so purchased by and conveyed or made over to him freed and purchased. absolutely discharged of and from all and all manner of prior Estates, Rights, Interests, Charges, Incumbrances, and Demands whatsoever which can or may be had, made, or set up in respect of such Lands by any Person whomsoever, by, from, under, or in trust for Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, or on any Account whatsoever, save and except such Estates, Rights, Interests, Charges, Incumbrances, Claims, and Demands (if any) as in any such Conveyance shall be excepted.

XVII. From and after the passing of this Act, no Part of Moon Cove not what now forms the Creek or Cove called Moon Cove, referred

d Moon Chino noformed to be built upon

without Conto in the Second Part of the First Schedule to this Act, shall sent of Adbe filled up or interfered with, nor shall the Soil thereof or of miralty. any Part thereof be built upon, without the previous Consent of the Commissioners of the Admiralty signified by Writing under the Hand of their Secretary.

XVIII. And whereas in the Execution of the Works by this All Works Act authorized, the Mains, Pipes, Syphons, Plugs, and other

the Gas ComWorks belonging to the Devonport Gas and Coke Company may pany to be be intersected or otherwise interfered with, and it is expedient executed to that such Company should have full Control over the Execution Sat:

their Engineer. of all Works in any way affecting the Supply by them of Gas, so as effectually to provide against the Supply thereof being impeded: Therefore all Works, Matters, or Things which, under the Provisions of “ The Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1815," or this Act, the Commissioners of the Admiralty. may be empowered or required to do or execute with reference to the Mains, Pipes, Syphons, Plugs, or other Works of such Company respectively, shall be done and executed by and at the Cost of Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, but to

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the Satisfaction and under the Direction of and in such Manner as shall be required by the Engineer for the Time being of

the said Gas Company. To prevent XIX. If any Interruption whatsoever in the Supply of Gas

of the Supply of by the said Company shall be in any way occasioned by the Gas.

Agents, Workmen, Servants, or any other Person in the Service of Her Majesty, or any or either of them, Compensation shall be made by Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, to the said Company, for the Loss sustained, at the Rate of Ten Shillings for every Hour during which such Interruption shall

continue. As to Repairs XX. Provided also, That the Expense of all Repairs or of Pipes, &c. in certain Cases.

Renewals of the said Pipes or Mains, or any Works in connexion therewith, which may at any Time hereafter be rendered necessary by the Acts or Defaults of any Contractors, Agents, Workmen, Servants, or any other Person in the Service of Her Majesty, shall be borne and paid by Her Majesty, Her

Heirs and Successors. Powers for

XXI. If, after the Construction of the said Tunnel across, the Gas Company after along, or under any Street or public Thoroughfare in which the Execution of said Gas and Coke Company are authorized to lay down Mains Works.

or Pipes, such Company shall require to lay down Mains or Pipes across, under, over, or along the said Tunnel, it shall be lawful for such Company, having first given at least Ten Days Notice to the Commissioners of the Admiralty, by leaving the same with the Superintendent of Her Majesty's Dockyard at Devonport, (except in Cases of Emergency, when as long a Notice as practicable shall be given to the said Superintendent before the Ground is opened,) to open the Ground over or along the Course of the said Tunnel, for the Purpose of laying down, repairing, cleansing, or inspecting such Mains or Pipes, and to lay down, repair, cleanse, and inspect such Mains or Pipes as often as may be requisite; provided, nevertheless, that such Works shall be executed only according to Plans which shall be previously submitted to the Commissioners of the Admiralty by the Devonport Gas and Coke Company, and approved of by the Commissioners of the Admiralty; and the Security of the said Tunnel and its efficient working shall not be interfered with by

any such Works. Not to affect XXII

. Except as by this Act expressly enacted, this Act Powers of the Gas Company.

or anything herein contained shall not take away, lessen, or
prejudicially affect any of the Powers, Authorities, or Immu-
nities granted or conferred by the Devonport Gas and Coke
Act, 1853.
The FIRST SCHEDULE to which the foregoing

Act refers.

FIRST PART THEREOF. All such Parts of Her Majesty's Dockyard at Devonport in the County of Devon, the Fee Simple of which may not at

the

the Time of the passing of this Act be vested in Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, or in the Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in trust for Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, for the Public Service, and also the free Use in perpetuity of all the Roads, Roadways, Ways, and Passages following; that is to say,

No. 1. A certain Roadway or Passage for all Foot Passengers, and Horses, Carts, and Carriages whatsoever, adjoining the outer Wall of the said Dockyard on the North, South, and East Sides thereof, and is known by the Names following; that is to say, North Corner, Holman's Buildings, Queen Street, Dock-wall Street, James Street, and Mutton Cove, and extends in Length about Three thousand eight hundred Feet, and in Width from the said Dockyard Wall Thirty Feet

No. 2. A certain Roadway or Passage for all Foot Passengers, and Horses, Carts, and Carriages whatsoever, in, over, through, or upon all that Roadway or Passage of Thirty Feet broad or thereabouts in every part thereof, extending in an Easterly Direction from a Gate or Place at the West End of Fore Street, Devonport, in the Parish of Stoke Damerel in the said County of Devon, called or known by the Name of the Dockyard Gate, unto or near a Gate or Place now or heretofore called Parsons Gate, which said Roadway or Passage is Seven hundred and two Yards in Length or thereabouts, and forms Part of Fore Street aforesaid, and of the High Road from Devonport aforesaid to the Borough of Tavistock in the said County of Devon, and which said Roadway contains Seven thousand and twenty Square Yards Superficial Measure or thereabouts, and is bounded on the North and South partly by other parts of Fore Street aforesaid, and partly by Lands, Buildings, Fortifications, and Works belonging to the Principal Officers of Her Majesty's Ordnance in trust for Her Majesty, on the West partly by the said Dockyard Gate and partly by a Portion of the Wall of Her Majesty's Dockyard at Devonport aforesaid, and on the East by the Turnpike Road leading to Tavistock aforesaid,

The SECOND Part of the said First Schedule. All that Piece or Parcel of Ground situate, lying, and being in Morice Town in the Borough of Devonport in the Parish of Stoke Damerel in the County of Devon, including the following, namely : Firstly. The whole of a Yard known by the Name of Bird's

Timber Yard, containing Twenty-two thousand five hundred and ninety-four Feet and Seven Inches or thereabouts

Superficial Measure. Secondly. The Northern Portion of a Yard known as Col

well's Yard, situate on the Western Side of the said lastnamed Yard, such Portion of Colwell's Yard being in

Length

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