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Endowment of Halls for Students.
Commissioners of Public Works may
make Loans to
corporated for founding Halls.
academical Year in which it shall be registered, and shall then be of no Force unless renewed in like Manner, but shall be revocable at any Time, and may be forthwith revoked by the President of the College in case of any Misbehaviour of such Tutor or Master of a Boarding House, or of the Students under his Care, which in the Opinion of the President and a Majority of the Professors of the College ought to be punished by immediate Revocation of such Licence.
XVII. And be it enacted, That it shall be lawful for any Person whomsoever having Power to make an absolute Disposition there of to give, grant, devise, bequeath, or assure, by any Deed, Will, or other Instrument sufficient in Law to create or convey an Estate therein, any Messuages, Lands, Tenements, and Hereditaments, or any Estate therein, or any Interest arising thereout, or any Money, Chattels, and Effects, to any Trustee or Trustees willing to accept the Trust, or to the Commissioners of Charitable Donations and Bequests in Ireland and their Successors, in trust for founding and endowing Halls for the Reception of Students in any of the said Colleges, and by such Deed, Will, or Instrument to establish Rules or to specify the Authority for establishing Rules to be observed by the Students admitted to the Benefits of such Founda tion, and to specify the Authority by which the Observance of such Rules is to be enforced: Provided always, that no such Hall shall be recognized by any of the said Colleges unless the Instrument of Foundation shall provide that such Rules, and also the Appointment from Time to Time of the Principal or other Person holding chief Authority in such Hall, shall be of no Force until allowed by the Person or Persons appointed or to be appointed as aforesaid by Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, to execute the Office of Visitor of the said College.
XVIII. And for the Encouragement of Persons willing to found and endow Halls for the Reception of Students in the said Colleges as aforesaid, be it declared and enacted, That if Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, shall be pleased, by Letters Patent under the Great Seal of Ireland, to incorporate any Number of Persons willing to found and endow any such Hall or Halls as aforesaid, such incorporated Hall shall be deemed a public Work for the Promotion of which the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland may make Loans within the Meaning of an Act passed in the Second Year of the Reign of His late 1&2 W.4.c.33. Majesty, intituled An Act for the Extension and Promotion of 6&7W.4.c.108. Public Works in Ireland, and of all Acts passed or to be passed for the Amendment thereof; and that it shall be lawful for the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland to make Loans to such incorporated Bodies respectively for the Extension and Promotion of such Foundations according to the Provisions of the last-recited Acts.
7 W. 4. &
6&7 Vict. c. 44.
Religious Teachers to be endowed by private Benefactions.
XIX. And be it enacted, That it shall be lawful for any Person whomsoever having Power to make an absolute Disposition thereol to give, grant, devise, bequeath, or assure, by any Deed, Will, or other Instrument sufficient in Law to create or convey an Estate therein, any Messuages, Lands, Tenements, and Hereditaments, or any Estate therein, or Interest arising thereout, or any Money, Chattels, and Effects, to any Trustee or Trustees willing to accept
the Trust, or to the Commissioners of Charitable Donations and Bequests in Ireland, and their Successors, in trust for establishing and maintaining Lectures or other Forms of religious Instruction for the Use of such Students of the said Colleges respectively as shall be desirous of receiving the same, subject to such Regulations consistent with the Intentions of the Donor thereof, as shall be made by the governing Body of the College, and approved by Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors: Provided always, that no such Gift shall take effect until it shall have been accepted by the governing Body of the College, and until Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, shall have signified Her or Their Approval of the Regulations according to which such Gift is to be applied.
make Reports to Her Majesty, to be laid before
XX. And be it enacted, That every such College which shall be established and endowed under this Act shall once at least in every Year, and also whenever Her Majesty's Pleasure shall be signified in that Behalf, report to Her Majesty their Proceedings; Parliament. and a Copy of every such Report shall be laid before both Houses of Parliament within Six Weeks after the same shall have been made, if Parliament be then sitting, or if not, then within Six Weeks next after the next Meeting of Parliament.
XXI. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended or Alteration of repealed by any Act to be passed in this Session of Parliament.
An Act for making further Regulations for more effectually
WHEREAS an Act was passed in the Fourth Year of the
Reign of His late Majesty King William the Fourth, inti
tuled An Act for consolidating and amending the Laws relative 3&4 W.4.c.91. 'to Jurors and Juries in Ireland, containing Directions for making
out yearly in every County, County of a City, and County of a Town in Ireland, a List or Lists of all Persons qualified and liable to serve on Juries as therein provided, and for copying the same into a Book, to be called "The Jurors Book," and enacting that the Sheriff shall not, in answer to any Writ of Venire facias, or Precept for the Return of Jurors, return the Names of any Persons not contained in the Jurors Book for 'the then current Year: And whereas it is expedient to make 'further Regulations for the Purpose of more effectually securing the Correctness of the said Jurors Books: Be it 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, That the following Provision of the said Act, (videlicet,) Repeal of Part and when every such List shall be duly corrected by the Jus- of Section 9, tices present at such Special Sessions or Adjournment thereof, and allowed and signed by them or Three of them, they the said Justices shall cause One General List to be made out therefrom, containing the Names of all Persons whose Qualification shall have been so allowed, arranged according to Rank and Property; and the presiding Justices at such Sessions shall deliver the same to
3 & 4 W. 4. c.91.
Jury Lists, when allowed
and signed by the Justices, to
be numbered in their Presence with the Num
bers 1, 2, 3, &c., and a General List to be made
out, and signed
copied into a
among the Records in the
the Clerk of the Peace, who shall thereupon cause the same to be
II. And instead thereof be it enacted, That when every such List made out and delivered by any High Constable or Collector shall be duly corrected by the Justices present at such Special Sessions or Adjournment thereof as in the said Act is mentioned, the said Lists shall be marked in their Presence with the suc cessive Numbers 1, 2, 3, &c., according to the Number of such Lists; and when the said Lists so corrected and numbered, shall be allowed and signed by them or any Three of them the said Justices shall cause One General List to be made out therefrom, containing the Names of all Persons whose Qualification shall have been so allowed, arranged according to Rank and Property, which General List shall be compared by the presiding Justices at such Sessions with the said Lists so allowed and signed and numbered as aforesaid, and shall be corrected by such Justices (if necessary) by reference to such Lists, and be made to correspond therewith; and the presiding Justices at such Sessions shall sign such General List at the Foot of each Page thereof, and shall deliver the same, together with the Lists so allowed and signed and numbered as aforesaid to the Clerk of the Peace, who shall thereupon cause the same to be truly and fairly copied, in the same Order in which the Names shall be arranged in the said General List, in a Book to be by him provided for that Purpose at the Expence of the County, City, and Town respectively, with proper Columns for making the Register directed by the said Act, and shall forthwith deliver the same Book to the Sheriff of the County, City, or Town, or his Under Sheriff, or the Town Clerk, which Book shall be called "The Jurors Book for the Year
"(inserting the Calendar Year for which such Book is to be in Use), and that every Sheriff on quitting his Office shall deliver the same to the succeeding Sheriff, and that every Jurors Book so prepared shall be brought into use on the First Day of January after it shall be so delivered by the Clerk of the Peace to the Sheriff or his Under Sheriff, and shall be used for One Year then next following.
The Jury Lists, III. And be it enacted, That the Clerk of the Peace shall cause &c. to be placed the said Jury Lists, so allowed and signed as aforesaid, and the said General List, to be placed among the Records in his Office, and shall allow the same to be inspected at all reasonable Times, without Fee or Reward, by any Person who, by the Provisions of
Office of the
the said Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King William the Fourth, would be entitled to peruse the Copies of any of the Jury Lists delivered to such Clerk of the Peace by the High Constable and Collector or Collectors.
Jurors Book may be corrected by the Court of
IV. And be it enacted, That if the Jurors Book shall be found to contain any Name which shall not be contained in any one of the said Jury Lists, or if any Name which shall be contained in any one of such Jury Lists shall not appear in such Book, it shall Queen's Bench be lawful for Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench in Dublin, or or by a single any Judge of the said Court, upon Complaint thereof made to the Judge, upon said Court or Judge, to order the said Sheriff or Under Sheriff Complaint and the Clerk of the Peace respectively to produce the said Jurors Book and the said Jury Lists to the said Court or Judge; and if upon Inspection of the said Book and Jury Lists any such Error shall be found in the said Jurors Book the said Court or Judge shall order the same to be amended, and such Amendment shall be forthwith made and signed by the said Sheriff or Under Sheriff and Clerk of the Peace, in the Presence of the said Court or Judge. V. And whereas it is desirable that the Lists to be made out by the High Constables and Collector or Collectors under the Provisions of the said Act should in every Case be printed;' be it therefore enacted, That instead of the Words " you are authorized to order a sufficient Number of Copies thereof to be printed," which are contained in the Precept for returning Lists of Jurors in Schedule (A.) to the said Act annexed, such Precept shall in every Case contain the Words following; (videlicet,)" you are required to order a sufficient Number of Copies thereof to be printed ;" and the said High Constables and Collector or Collectors are hereby required to cause a sufficient Number of Copies of the said Lists to be printed accordingly.
VI. And be it enacted, That it shall be lawful for the Grand Jury of each County, County of a City, or County of a Town, from Time to Time at the next ensuing Assizes or Presenting Term, and they are hereby empowered, if they shall so think fit, without previous Application at Presentment Sessions, to present such Sum of Money as they shall deem reasonable for defraying the Expence of printing such Lists.
High Constables and Collectors required to cause Lists to be
Grand Jury at Assizes, &c. to present Sum Expence of printing Lists.
of Money for
VII. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended or Alteration of repealed in this present Session of Parliament.
CA P. LXVIII.
An Act to stay Execution of Judgment for Misdemeanors
the Execution of Judgment upon Prosecution for Misdemeanor while a Writ of Error is depending to reverse such Judgment: Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords
Judgments for Misdemeanors stayed or sus
Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parlia- Execution on ment assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That in Case of Judgment, whether given before or after the passing of this Act for a Misdemeanor, where the Defendant or Defendants shall have obtained a Writ of Error to reverse such Judgment, of Error and
pended by Writ
Execution Bail thereon.
Certificate of Recognizance being duly filed.
Time of Imprisonment how reckoned.
Execution thereupon shall be stayed until such Writ of Error shall be finally determined; and in case the Defendant or Defendants shall be imprisoned under such Execution, or any Fine shall have been levied, either in whole or in part, in pursuance of such Judg. ment, the said Defendant or Defendants shall be entitled to be discharged from Imprisonment, and to receive back any Money levied on account of such Fine from the Person or Persons in whose Possession the same shall be, until such final Determination as aforesaid: Provided always, that no Execution upon any such Judgment shall be stayed unless and until the Defendant or Defendants shall become bound by Recognizance, to be acknowledged before One of the Judges of Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, or One of the Commissioners appointed to take Special Bail in Actions depending in the Superior Courts, with Two sufficient Sureties to be approved of by such Judge or Commissioner, in such Sum as such Judge or Commissioner shall direct, to prosecute the Writ of Error with Effect, and in case the Judgment shall be affirmed, forthwith to render the said Defendant or Defendants to Prison, according to the said Judgment, where Imprisonment shall have been adjudged; and every such Recognizance shall, after Justification of Bail, be filed of Record in the said Court of Queen's Bench, in like Manner and upon Payment of the like Fees as in the Case of other Recognizances filed in the Crown Office in that Court; and the Judge of the said Court of Queen's Bench, and the said Commissioner, shall have the like Powers, in respect of the justifying such Bail in Error, and the Examination of the Sureties, and the like Rules shall apply, as in respect of Special Bail in Actions depending in such Court: Provided always, that in the Case of any Defendant under legal Disability it shall be sufficient if Two Persons, to be approved of by such Judge or Commissioner, shall become bound by Recognizance on the Behalf of such Defendant, to be acknowledged and conditioned as aforesaid.
II. And be it enacted, That the Clerk of the Crown in the said Court of Queen's Bench shall for the Purposes herein-after mentioned make out and deliver to the Defendant or Defendants, or his or their lawful Attorney, Certificates in Writing under his Hand that such Recognizance is duly filed of Record in such Court, upon Payment of the like Fee as for other Certificates delivered at the Crown Office; and any such Certificate, when duly verified by Affidavit to be made before One of the Judges of the Superior Courts of Common Law, or a Commissioner duly authorized, shall be a sufficient Warrant to every Gaoler or other Person having Custody of such Defendant or Defendants in execution of such Judgment to discharge him or them out of Custody, and also to every Person having in his Possession the whole or any Part of any Fine levied in Execution of such Judgment to authorize and require the Repayment thereof to the Defendant or Defendants; but no Person who shall have received any such Money, and have paid it over to any other Person, according to the Course of the Exchequer, shall be liable to repay to the Defendant or Defendants any Part of the Money so paid over.
III. And be it enacted, That where Judgment upon such Writ of Error shall be affirmed, and Imprisonment shall have been adjudged, the Period for its Continuance in pursuance of such