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II. It shall be lawful for the said Commissioners, or their Commissioners Workmen or Agents by their Order, by and out of any Monies of

erect Statues in appropriated or to be appropriated for that Purpose by Parlia- any public ment, to erect in any public Place any Statue, and to enclose the Place, and same and the Pedestal thereof and any surrounding Space with

the same; any Fence or Railing, in all respects as they may think fit.

III. It shall be lawful for the said Commissioners to restore, and may also amend, or repair any Public Statue, and the Pedestal thereof, s

Statues, &c. and the Fence or Railing surrounding the same, by and with any Monies for that Purpose from Time to Time appropriated by Parliament.

IV. It shall be lawful for the said Commissioners, or their Commissioners Agents or Workmen by their Orders, to do all Acts necessary

of Works may for the erecting, repairing, restoring, or amending any Public cessary for the Statue, and also to enter any public Place for the Purpose of Erection or

and Reparation of erecting any Public Statue, or for restoring, amending, and repairing any Public Statue, and the Railings and other Fences surrounding the same, as the said Commissioners shall think fit, and generally to make, do, execute, and perform all such Acts, Works, Matters, and Things as shall be thought necessary by the said Commissioners or their Agents, for the Erection, Restoration, or Repair of any Public Statue.

No Public V. No Public Statue shall after the passing of this Act be

o erected without erected in any public Place without the written Assent of the Assent of the said Commissioners.

Commissioners. VI. Any Person or Persons who shall after the passing of For the Punishthis Act unlawfully and maliciously destroy or damage any a

ny ment of Person

my damaging any Public Statue, or the Ornaments, Railings, or Fences sur- Public Statue. rounding the same, shall be guilty of a Misdemeanor within the Meaning of an Act passed in the Session of Parliament held in the Eighth and Ninth Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty, Chapter Forty-four, and the Provisions of the said Act shall be held to be applicable to the Punishment of any such

Public Statues.

Statu e to be

ofeil. It shall be Schedule to Chitan Police Dis Her Majesty

become Public

VII. It shall be lawful for the Owners of any Statue not

may be trans. mentioned in the Schedule to this Act, but which is or may ferred to Board be situated within the Metropolitan Police District, with the of Works, and Assent in Writing of the Commissioners of Her Majesty's

Statues. Treasury, to transfer such Statue to the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Works and Public Buildings; and upon the Completion of such Transfer, the Statue so transferred shall be deemed to be a Public Statue within the Intent and Meaning of this Act as fully and effectually as if such Statue had been expressly mentioned in the Schedule hereto.

The SCHEDULE referred to by the above Act.

City of Westminster, Saint Margaret and Saint John. Statue of King James the Second in Whitehall Gardens, at the Rear of Whitehall Chapel.

Statue

Statue to the Right Honourable George Canning, erected in Parliament Square, facing New Palace Yard.

Saint Martin in the Fields and Saint Anne Soho. Equestrian Statue of King Charles the First at Charing Crosso Equestrian Statue of King George the Third in Pall Mall East.

Equestrian Statue of King George the Fourth in Trafalgar Square.

Column and Statue to Viscount Nelson, Trafalgar Square.

Equestrian Statue to the Duke of Wellington on the Arch at Hyde Park Corner.

Saint George Hanover Square. Statue in Hyde Park in Commemoration of the Victories of the Duke of Wellington.

Saint James'.
Statue of King George the Second in Golden Square.

Tower Division.
Statue of the Duke of Wellington on “ Tower Green.”
Holborn Division. Saffron Hill Liberty. Saint Clements Danes.

Statue of George the Third, in the Quadrangle of Somerset House.

Saint Andrew's Holborn. Statue of Queen Anne, situate in Queen Square, Saint George the Martyr.

Saint Marylebone. Statue of the Duke of Kent, Park Crescent Gardens, Portland Place.

County of Kent, Greenwich. Statue to His Majesty King George the Second in the Square of the Royal Hospital.

Chelsea. Statue of King Charles the Second in the Grounds of Chelsea Hospital.

CAP. XXXIV. An Act to enable the Courts of Law in England, Ireland,

and Scotland to issue Process to compel the Attendance of Witnesses out of their Jurisdiction, and to give Effect to the Service of such Process in any part of the United Kingdom.

[10th July 1854.] " W HEREAS great Inconvenience arises in the Adminis

tration of Justice from the Want of a Power in the • Superior Courts of Law to compel the Attendance of

• Witnesses

Attendance of

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• Witnesses resident in One Part of the United Kingdom at a · Trial in another Part, and the Examination of such Witnesses • by Commission is not in all Cases a sufficient Remedy for such • Inconvenience:' Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, as follows: I. If, in any Action or Suit now or at any Time hereafter Courts of Law

in England, depending in any of Her Majesty's Superior Courts of Common Law at Westminster or Dublin, or the Court of Session or Scotland may Exchequer in Scotland, it shall appear to the Court in which issue Process such Action is pending, or, if such Court is not sitting, to any

to compel the Judge of any of the said Courts respectively, that it is proper to witnesses alcompel the personal Attendance at any Trial of any Witness though not

within their who may not be within the Jurisdiction of the Court in which such Action is pending, it shall be lawful for such Court or Judge, if in his or their Discretion it shall so seem fit, to order that a Writ called a Writ of Subpæna ad testificandum or of Subpoena duces tecum or Warrant of Citation shall issue in special Form, commanding such Witness to attend such Trial wherever he shall be within the United Kingdom, and the service of any such Writ of or Process in any Part of the United Kingdom shall be as valid and effectual to all Intents and Purposes as if same bad been served within the Jurisdiction of the Court from which it issues. II. Every such Writ shall have at Foot thereof a Statement Statement to be

made at Foot of or Notice that the same is issued by the special Order of the Court or Judge, as the Case may be ; and no such Writ shall issued by issue without such special Order.

special Order. III. In case any Person so served shall not appear according Witnesses to the Exigency of such Writ or Process, it shall be lawful for making default

to be punished the Court out of which the same issued, upon Proof made of the by the Courts Service thereof, and of such Default, to the Satisfaction of the of the Country said Court, to transmit a Certificate of such Default under the in which the

Process was Seal of the same Court, or under the Hand of One of the served. Judges or Justices of the same, to any of Her Majesty's Superior Courts of Common Law at Westminster, in case such Service was had in England, or in case such Service was had in Scotland to the Court of Session or Exchequer at Edinburgh, or in case such Service was had in Ireland to any of Her Majesty's Superior Courts of Common Law at Dublin; and the Court to which such Certificate is so sent shall and may thereupon proceed against and punish the Person so having made default in like Manner as they might bave done if such Person had neglected or refused to appear in obedience to a Writ of Subpoena or other Process issued out of such last-mentioned Court.

IV. None of the said Courts shall in any Case proceed against Persons not or punish any person for having made default by not appearing to be punished

8 if it shall apto give Evidence in obedience to any Writ of Subpæna or other pear that suffi

Process

has not been

cient Money Process issued under the Powers given by this Act, unless it tendered to pay

shall be made to appear to such Court that a reasonable and Expenses.

sufficient Sum of Money to defray the Expenses of coming and attending to give Evidence, and of returning from giving such Evidence, had been tendered to such Person at the Time when

such Writ of Subpæna or Process was served upon such Person. Act not to pre- V. Nothing herein contained shall alter or affect the Power of vent the issuing any of such Courts to issue a Commission for the Examination of of a Commis

examine Witnesses out of their Jurisdiction, in any Case in which, Witnesses. notwithstanding this Act, they shall think fit to issue such

Commission. Not to affect the VI. Nothing herein contained shall alter or affect the

Admissibility of any Evidence at any Trial where such Evidence of Evidence where now

is now by Law receivable, on the Ground of any Witness being receivable. beyond the Jurisdiction of the Court, but the Admissibility of

all such Evidence shall be determined as if this Act had not

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An Act to repeal certain Provisions of an Act of the

Fifth and Sixth Years of Her present Majesty, con. cerning the holding of Assizes for the County of Warwick.

[10th July 1854.] "W HEREAS by an Act passed in the Fifth and Sixth Years

W of the Reign of Her Majesty intituled An Act to anner the
County of the City of Coventry to Warwickshire, and to define

the Boundary of the City of Coventry, it was enacted and o provided that the Inhabitants of the City of Coventry should not be liable to be suminoned or to serve on any Inquest

or Jury for the County of Warwick elsewhere than within the • City of Coventry; and it was thereby also enacted, that the • Judges of Assize and Nisi Prius, and others named in Her • Majesty's Commissions of Oyer and Terminer and Gaol • Delivery, should hold their Sittings at Nisi Prius, Oyer and • Terminer and Gaol Delivery, within the said City of Coventry • for the said City, and for such other parts of the said County of Warwick as Her Majesty, with the Advice of Her Privy • Council, from Time to Time should order, and at Warwick for

so much of the rest of the said County as should not be included o in any such Order, and that the Sheriff of the County of Warwick should give his Attendance upon the said Judges

and Commissioners, and should cause to be summoned to Warwick and Coventry such Grand aud Petty Jurors of the • County of Warwick as should be needed for the Execution of " the said several Commissions: And whereas the Division of " the said County of Warwick into Two Assize Districts, and r the holding of Assizes at Coventry, under the said recited • Enactments, have been found inconvenient:' Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the

ment:
and Assizes to

future Proceed

enues, ventry Pinto by any ther to prot or

Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and
Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the
Authority of the same, as follows:

I. From and after the passing of this Act the said recited Recited EnactEnactments shall be repealed, and the Assizes for the whole me County of Warwick, including the said City of Coventry, shall be be held in holden at Warwick, and the Inhabitants of the said City of Warwick. Coventry shall be liable to be summoned and serve upon all Inquests and Juries at the said Assizes, in like Manner as the other Inhabitants of the said County.

II. From and after the passing of this Act, the Venue in all Venue in Matters whatsoever to come before the Judges of Assize and in

ings to be"WarNisi Prius, Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery, in wickshire" the said County of Warwick, shall be “ Warwickshire," and the alone, and Venues « Warwickshire Warwick Division” and “Warwick

Parties under

ICR- Recognizance shire Coventry Division” shall be abolished, and all Recog- to appear at nizances entered into by any Person or Persons for Appearance at Warwick, the Coventry Assizes, whether to prosecute or give Evidence, or to answer or to receive Judgment or otherwise, shall be obligatory on the Parties bound by such Recognizances to appear at the Warwick Assizes for the same Purpose, and all Proceedings requisite and proper to be taken relating thereto shall and may be had and taken in like Manner as if such Recognizance had been originally entered into and such Proceedings taken with reference to the Assizes held at Warwick.

III. All Indictments, Records, and other Proceedings pre- Proceedings ferred, entered, and taken in the Coventry Division of the County commenced in. of Warwick on the Day of the passing of this Act, filed and sion to be

Coventry Diviremaining with the Clerk of the Crown and the Associate for transferred to the said Division, shall be returned to be filed and remain with Warwick to be the Clerk of the Crown and the Associate respectively for the said County of Warwick, and all Proceedings and Process requisite and proper to be awarded and taken thereon shall and may be awarded and taken as if such Indictments, Records, and other Proceedings had been originally preferred, entered, and taken in the County of Warwick at large. IV. All Offences which shall have been committed and all Offences com

mitted, &c. in Causes of Action which shall have accrued in the said Coventry c

nery Coventry Divi. Division of the said County before the passing of this Act shall, sion before the 80 far as relates to the Courts of Assize and Nisi Prius, Oyer passing of this and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery, be inquired of, heard,

Act to be dealt and dealt with as if the same had been committed or had accrued wick. in the County of Warwick at large.

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CAP. XXXVI.
An Act for preventing Frauds upon Creditors by secret

Bills of Sale of personal Chattels. [10th July 1854.] • W HEREAS Frauds are frequently committed upon

W Creditors by secret Bills of Sale of personal Chattels, Whereby Persons are enabled to keep up the Appearance of

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