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Penalty on pulling down Boards.
such Judge or Chairman, or the Common Seal or Signatures of the Commissioners; and with respect to the Proof of the Publication thereof it shall be sufficient to prove that a Board containing a Copy thereof was affixed and continued in the Manner by this Act directed, and in case of its being afterwards displaced or damaged, that such Board was replaced or restored as soon as conveniently might be, unless Proof be adduced by the Party complained against that such painted Board did not contain a Copy of the Bye Law under which he is prosecuted, or that it was not duly affixed or continued as required by this Act.
CCVIII. Any Person who destroys, pulls down, injures, or defaces any Board on the Premises of the Commissioners on which any Bye Law of the Commissioners is painted or placed shall for every such Offence be liable to a Penalty not exceeding Five Pounds.
CCIX. And with respect to the Tender of Amends, be it enacted, That if any Party have committed any Irregularity, Trespass, or other wrongful Proceeding in the Execution of this or the special Act, or any Act incorporated therewith, or by virtue of any Power or Authority thereby given, and if before Action brought in respect thereof such Party make Tender of sufficient Amends to the Party injured, such last-mentioned Party shall not recover in any such Action; and if no such Tender have been made it shall be lawful for the Defendant by Leave of the Court where such Action is pending, at any Time before Issue joined, to pay into Court such Sum of Money as he thinks fit, and thereupon such Proceedings shall be had as in other Cases where Defendants are allowed to pay Money into Court.
And with respect to the Recovery of Damages not specially Damages and provided for, and of Penalties, and to the Determination of any other Matter referred to Justices, be it enacted as follows:
CCX. The Clauses of the Railways Clauses Consolidation 8&9 Vict. c. 20. Act, 1845, with respect to the Recovery of Damages not as to Recovery of Damages and specially provided for, and Penalties, and to the Determination Penalties incor- of any other Matter referred to Justices, shall be incorporated porated with in this and the special Act; and such Clauses shall apply to the Town or District within the Limits of the special Act, and to the Commissioners, and shall be construed as if the Word "Commissioners" had been inserted therein instead of the Word "Company."
this and special
In Ireland Part of Penalties to be paid to Guardians of Unions.
CCXI. Provided always, That in Ireland, in the Case of any Penalty imposed by Justices, where the Application is not otherwise provided for, such Justices may award not more than One Half of such Penalty to the Informer, and shall award the Remainder to the Guardians of the Poor of the Union within which the Offence was committed, to be applied in aid of the Poor Rates of such Union.
CCXII. All Things herein or in the special Act, or any All Things reAct. incorporated herewith, authorized or required to be done quired to be done by Two by Two Justices, may and shall be done by any One Magistrate Justices may, having by Law. Authority to act alone for any Purpose with in certain Cases, the Powers of Two or more Justices. be done by One.
CCXIII. Every Person who, upon any Examination upon Persons giving Oath under the Provisions of this or the special Act, or any Act false Evidence incorporated therewith, shall wilfully and corruptly give false Evidence, shall be liable to the Penalties of wilful and corrupt Perjury.
And with respect to affording Access to the special Act, be it epacted as follows:
and deposited with the Clerks &c., and be open to Inspec
of the Peace,
CCXIV. The Commissioners shall at all Times, after the Copies of speExpiration of Six Months after the passing of the special Act, cial Act to be keep in their principal Office of Business a Copy of the special kept by ComAet, printed by the Printers to Her Majesty, or some of them, their Office, and shall also within the Space of such Six Months deposit in the Office of the Clerk of the Peace of the County in which the Town or District within the Limits of the special Act is situated a Copy of such special Act, so printed as aforesaid; and the said Clerk of the Peace shall receive, and he and the Commissioners respectively shall retain, the said Copies of the special Act, and shall permit all Persons interested to inspect the same, and make Extracts or Copies therefrom, in the like Manner and upon the like Terms, and under the like Penalty for Default, as is provided in the Case of certain Plans and Sections by an Act passed in the First Year of the Reign of Her present Majesty, intituled An Act to compel Clerks of the 7 W. 4. & Peace for Counties and other Persons to take the Custody of such 1 Viet. c. 83. Documents as shall be directed to be deposited with them under the Standing Orders of either House of Parliament.
CCXV. If the Commissioners shall fail to keep or deposit, Penalty on as herein-before mentioned, any of the said Copies of the special Commissioners Act, they shall forfeit Twenty Pounds for every such Offence, failing to keep and also Five Pounds for every Day afterwards during which Copies. such Copy is not so kept or deposited.
or deposit such
CCXVI. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended Act may be or repealed by any Act to be passed in this Session of Par- amended, &c. liament.
SCHEDULES referred to by the foregoing, Act.
SCHEDULE (A.)-Sect. 172.
Form of Rate.
AN Assessment to the Sewer Rate [or other Rate, &c., as the Case may be,] for the [name the District or Town], made
in the Year of our pence in the Pound,
SCHEDULE (B.)-Sect. 192.
Form of Warrant of Distress for the Recovery of a Rate.
of, &c., hath not paid and has duly assessed upon him
in and by a certain Rate for the said Town [or District] called the [here name the Rate], bearing Date on or about the
in the Year of our Lord One thousand
eight hundred and and duly made according to the Directions and for the Purposes of [here name the special Act], although the same hath been duly demanded of him: And whereas it appears to me
One of Her Majesty's
Justices of the Peace in and for the said County [or Borough, &c.], as well upon the Oath of
One of the said Collectors of Rates, as otherwise, that the said Sum hath been duly demanded in Writing by him
and that the said
from the said hath refused to pay the same for the Space of Fourteen Days after such Demand made, and doth refuse to pay the same: And whereas the said having appeared before me, in pursuance of my Summons for that Purpose, hath not shown. to me any sufficient Cause why the same should not be paid [or And whereas it hath been duly proved to me upon Oath that the said hath been duly summoned to appear before me to show Cause why he refuseth to pay the said Rate or Assessment, but he the said hath neglected
to appear according to the said Summons, and hath not shown to me any sufficient Cause why the same should not be paid]: These are therefore, in Her Majesty's Name, to command you to levy the said Sum of by Distress of the ; and if the same
Goods and Chattels of the said
shall not be paid within the Space of after such Distress by you taken, together with the reasonable Charges of taking and keeping the same, that then you do sell the said Goods and Chattels by you distrained, and out of the Money arising by such Sale that you do detain the Sum and also your reasonable Charges of taking, keeping, and selling the said Distress, rendering to him the said the Overplus, on Demand; and if sufficient Distress cannot be found of the Goods and Chattels of the said whereon to levy the said Sum of
that then you certify the same to me, together with this Warrant, to the end that such further Proceedings may be had therein as to the Law doth appertain. Given under my Hand
and Seal, the
in the Year of
An Act to continue until the Thirty-first Day of July One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, and to the End of the then Session of Parliament, certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland. [21st June 1847.] WHEREAS certain Acts for making, amending, and repairing the Turnpike Roads in Ireland were, by an Act passed in the Session of Parliament holden in the Fourth and Fifth Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty, 'amended and continued for a Time therein limited: And whereas, under the Provisions of Acts passed respectively in 'the Sessions of Parliament holden in the Fifth, and in the 'Fifth and Sixth, and in the Sixth and Seventh, and in the [No. 28. Price 2d.] • Seventh
• Seventh and Eighth, and in the Eighth and Ninth Years of Her Majesty's Reign, the said Acts, except as therein mentioned, were further continued for a Time therein limited: And whereas, under the Provisions of an Act of the last Session of Parliament, the said Acts are further continued, ' and will remain in force until the Thirty-first Day of July in the present Year, or, if Parliament be then sitting, until the End of the then Session of Parliament: And whereas it is expedient that the several Acts for making, amending, or repairing Turnpike Roads in Ireland should be further continued: 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 Acts for mak- Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That ing, &c. Turnany Act for making, amending, or repairing any Turnpike pike Roads in Ireland which Road or Roads in Ireland which will expire on the said Thirtywill expire on first Day of July in the present Year, or at or before the End 31st July 1847, of the present or next ensuing Session of Parliament, shall be and the same is hereby continued as amended by the said recited Act of the Fourth and Fifth Years of Her Majesty's Reign, until the Thirty-first Day of July One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, or, if Parliament be then sitting, until the End of the then Session of Parliament.
Act may be amended, &c.
II. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended or repealed by any Act to be passed in this present Session of Parliament.
An Act for allowing the Subscriptions to the Loan of
W WHEREAS the Sum of Eight million Pounds hath been subscribed in the present Year for a Loan to that Amount towards meeting the Exigencies of the Public Service, and the Contributors thereto have undertaken to pay the same by Instalments at certain Times; (that is to say,) a Deposit of Twelve Pounds per Centum on the respective Sums subscribed by them towards the said Sum of Eight Millions, and the Remainders of the Sums by them, respectively subscribed thereto on the Days and in the Proportions following; (that is to say,) Twelve Pounds per Centum on or before the Ninth Day of April One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, the further Sum of Twelve Pounds per Centum on or before the Seventh Day of May then next following, the further Sum of Twelve Pounds per Centum on or before the Eleventh Day of June then next following, the further Sum of Twelve Pounds per Centum on or before the Ninth Day of July then next following, the further Sum of Twelve Pounds per Centum on or before the Sixth Day of August