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PART VIII.

CLASS IX.

ACTS RELATING TO THE ATTENDANCE OF PUBLIC

OFFICERS, THE PAYMENT OF THEIR SALARIES
AND THEIR LEAVE OF ABSENCE.

26 Vic. c. 8. An Act to amend the Act regulating the Hours of

Attendance of Public Officers. (Assented to 26th May 1863).

. : PREAMBLE.

and the birthdays of the King or Prince Consort, the Queen, or Queen Consort, and the Prince of Wales, are declared to be public holidays, but no provision is made for the celebration of those days as holidays, when they respectively happen to fall on a Sunday; for the remedying whereof, May it, &c.:

I. That when either of the days aforesaid shall fall on a Sun- Holidays fallday, the following day shall be observed and kept as a public ing on Sundays holiday.

to be observed II. Whereas, there happen occasions of national or local the following

day. interest, when it would be fitting to suspend the public business of the Colony for one day ; Be it enacted, that it shall be lawful Governor for the Governor, or Officer administering the Government, for authorized to the time being, to declare any day to be a public holiday, which appoint special may be deemed by him as entitled to be held as such, on the Holidays. grounds aforesaid.

III. That in order to mark and perpetuate the remembrance 3rd December of the day on which his Royal Highness Prince Alfred landed at declared a Nassau, in the year 1861 ; Be it enacted, that the third day of Public HoliDecember in every year, unless such day falls on a Sunday, and day. then, and in such case, the day following shall be observed and kept as a public holiday.

IV. That the first day of January in each year be also held as ist January a public holiday.

declared a Public Holi. day.

28 Vic. c. 24. An Act to regulate the holding of Office other

wise than by permanent Appointment. (Assented to 3rd May, 1865.) THEREAS particular qualifications are by law attached to PREAMBLE.

of

cannot be appointed thereto, and certain restrictions and disabilities are annexed to the holding of office in certain cases, which qualifications, restrictions, and disabilities have been held to apply to acting offices and to the persons so temporarily appointed, and it is expedient that the law should in that respect be amended ; May it, &c.:

28 Vic. c. 24. I. Whenever by law any qualification for the holding of any

particular office is required, or any restriction is placed on or disQualification

ability attached to the holder of any office, such qualification, refor holding

striction, or disability shall apply only to the permanent holder of office not to the office, and not to the person who may be appointed temporarily apply to acting to discharge the duties of such office; and any person temporarily appointments. appointed shall, notwithstanding his want of statutable or other

legal qualification, be entitled to receive and take the emoluments or portion of the emoluments of the office, the duties of which he shall be appointed to discharge, in the same and the like manner as if he possessed the qualification by law attached to the permanent holding thereof : Provided always, that nothing in this Act contained shall be construed to enable the Acting Assistant Justice to practise as a notary public, conveyancer, or as an advocate, proctor, counsel, or solicitor, in or out of any of the courts of these Islands, or in any other way whatsoever, or to remove the disabilities imposed by the sixteenth section of the twenty-first Vic

toria, chapter four. Offices com II. The words “offices” and “ office" as used in this Act, shall prised in this comprise the various judicial, civil, and ecclesiastical offices of the Act.

Colony.

INDEX.

ABDUCTION of women, 61.
A BETTOR, 52, 76, 102, 105. See Criminal Law.
ABORTION, attempt to cause, 62.
ABUTMENTS at Nassau, authority to private owners to make, 159.
ACCESSORY, 51, 52, 64, 76. See Criminal Law.
ACTIONS against justices, &c., for acts in exercise of summary jurisdiction,

78, 79.
ACTS OF ASSEMBLY, printing and delivering of copies of, 288.
ACTS OF ASSEMBLY CONTINUED IN OPERATION.

4 Will. 4, c. 2.. 182.
2 Vict. c. 10 182.
3 Vict. c. 20. 245.
8 Vict. c. 27 .. 245,
9 Vict. c. 20 .. 206.
12 Vict. c. 14 .. 284.
13 Vict. c. 8..221.
13 Vict. c. 22 .. 206.
17 Vict. cc. 2, 3 .. 249.
19 Vict. c. 7 .. 266.
20 Vict. c. 4.. 216.
20 Vict. c. 15 .. 267.
20 Vict. c. 22 .. 223.
20 Vict. c. 25. . 249.
21 Vict. c. 1..274.
21 Vict. c. 9..217.
21 Vict. c. 18.. 156.
22 Vict. c. 12 .. 186.
22 Vict. c. 23, ss. 1, 3 . . 249.
23 Vict. c. 10.. 216.
24 Vict. c. 14.. 266.
25 Vict. c. 8.. 249.
25 Vict. c. 27 . . 187.
26 Vict. c. 3. 249.
26 Vict. c. 4.. 266.
27 Vict. c. 7.. 136.

27 Vict. c. 8.. 249.
ACTS OF ASSEMBLY REPEALED.

40 Geo. 3, c. 2 (in part) 1, 111, 116, 133, 175.
40 Geo. 3, c. 4..

242.
45 Geo. 3, c. 21, ss. 27, 28.. 116.
5 Geo. 4, c. 6. . 174.
1 Will. 4, c. 7.. 22.
4 Will. 4, c. 5 .. 174.
4 Will. 4, c. 6.. 131.
4 Will. 4, c. 25, ss. 1, 2, 3, 6, 7,8 .. 112, 132.
5 Will. 4, c. 10 .. 131.
7 Will. 4, c. 2 (in part), 20, 203.
7 Will. 4, c. 4.. 242.
2 Vict. c. 5 131.
2 Vict. c. 6, s. 13 . . 246.

ss. 18 & 19 (in part) 252.

ACTS OF ASSEMBLY REPEALED-(continued).

3 Vict. c. 11 (in part) 197.
3 Vict. c. 23.. 174.
3 Vict. c. 35 .. 131.
4 Vict. c. 9, ss. 4, 5 .. 116.
4 Vict. cc. 25, 27, 29.. 13).
4 Vict. c. 29. 131.
4 Vict. c. 30 (as to Imperial Act, 7 Geo. 4, c. 18) 1, 132.
6 Vict. c. 5.. 131.
7 Vict. c. 7.. 174.
7 Vict. c. 16.. 131.
7 Vict. c. 17.. 116.
8 Vict c. 29 (in part) 2.
9 Vict. c. 1, ss. 17, 18.. 197.
9 Vict. c. 3..

..174.
10 Vict. c. 1..

210.
10 Vict. c. 4, ss. 2, 3, 7.. 197.
10 Vict. c. 9..

.. 131.
11 Vict. c. 11 .. 131.
11 Vict. c. 21, s. 6..118.
12 Vict. c. 8, s. 6 (in part) 283.
12 Vict. c. 14, s. 2.. 284.
12 Vict. c. 19, ss. 1, 2, 3 . 132.
12 Vict. c. 21.. 283.
14 Vict. c. 6. . 283.
14 Vict. c. 15 (in part) 304.
14 Vict. c. 21, s. 27 .. 258.
15 Vict. c. 3, ss. 4, 10, 12 to 16, 18, 19, 20, 25 to 29, 36,

37 .. 111, 118, 123, 124, 125, 132, 133.
15 Vict. c. 8, ss. 1, 3.. 19, 111, 133.
16 Vict. c. 5 . . 131.
16 Vict. c. 7.. 283.
17 Vict. c. 2, ss. 7, 8, 9..255.
17 Vict. c. 3, s. 10 251.
17 Vict. c. 4, s. 19 (in part) 253.
17 Vict, c. 15 .. . 210.
17 Vict. c. 24 (in part) 2, 33.
18 Vict. c. 11 .. 131.
18 Vict. c. 15, ss. 2 & 3. . 192.
19 Vict. c. 7, s. 44.. 215.
21 Vict. c. 1, ss. 11, 14, 30.. 280.

ss. 31, 32 .. 274, 280.

Ss. 33 to 39 .. 132.
21 Vict. c. 6..

. 210.
21 Vict. c. 17.. 197.
21 Vict. c. 19, s. 2 . . 197.
22 Vict. c. 23.. 255.
22 Vict. c. 25, ss. 2 to 12, and 16 to 20 .. 162.
23 Vict. c. 4.. 147.
23 Vict. c. 13.. 242.
23 Vict. c. 21 .. 197.
23 Vict. c. 23 (as to extending Imperial Acts, 20 & 21 Vict.

c. 54, and 21 & 22 Vict. c. 47, to the colony) 1, 132.
24 Vict. c. 2.. 233.
24 Vict. c. 3 131.
24 Vict. c. 9..

.. 147.
24 Vict. c. 20 (in part) 238.
24 Vict. c. 22..210.
24 Vict. c. 24 .. 147.
25 Vict. c. 13 .. 197.
25 Vict. c. 16 .. 162.

ACTS OF ASSEMBLY REPEALED-(continued).

25 Vict. c. 5. . 233.
25 Vict. c. 24 .. 147.
26 Vict. c. 3.. 255.
26 Vict. c. 15 (in part) 199, 207, 210, 215.
26 Vict c. 15 (in part)
26 Vict. c. 20 .. 147.
27 Vict. c. 1, s. 6 (in part) 276.
27 Vict. c. 2, ss. 3, 4.. 255.
27 Vict. c. 17, s. 1. 255.
27 Vict. c. 28 ..

221.
28 Vict. c. 3, s. 48 (in part) & ss. 57, 64 .. 132.
28 Vict. c. 19.. 255.
28 Vict. c. 21, s. 2.. 21.
28 Vict. c. 22, ss. 8, 9, 10, 11 .. 238.
28 Vict. c. 23, s. 2.. 33.
28 Vict. c. 27, s. 101. . 133.

28 Vict. c. 31, s. 56 . . 79 & 133.
ACTS OF PARLIAMENT (IMPERIAL), declared no longer in force in
the Colony
4 Hen. 7, c. 24..

1, 175.
11 Hen. 7, c. 20..1, 175.
32 Hen. 8, c. 31..1, 175.

1 Mary, sess. 2, c. 7..1, 175.
31 Eliz. c. 2..1, 175.
2 Geo. 2, c. 25. . 111, 133.
7 & 8 Geo. 4, c. 18..1.
15 & 16 Vict. c. 86 (in part) 2.
20 & 21 Vict. c. 54..1, 132.
21 & 22 Vict. c. 17 ..1.

21 & 22 Vict. c. 47 .. 132.
ACT OF PARLIAMENT (IMPERIAL), 28 & 29 Vict. c. 86, “to amend

the Law of Partnership,” declared in force, 2.
ADMINISTRATION, parties to and proceeding in suits for, 34, 35.

procedure by summons, 35.

order for administration of real estate, 35.
AFRICANS, governor guardian of Africans, 231 ; Africans brought into

the colony to be divided into two classes, 232; governor may place
Africansoutat service, ib.; conditions on to be apprenticed, ib.; retained
by master after a period of service, to be paid wages, ib.; contract of
service

may be assigned, ib.; contracts of service may be cancelled by
governor, ib.; unlawful to remove from colony without consent of
governor, &c., ib.; liable to be punished for neglect of duty, ib.; en-
ticing out of service, punishment, 233; contracts under act subject to
provisions of general law, ib. ; 24 Vict. c. 2, and 25 Vict. c. 5,

repealed, ib.
AGENT, fraud or embezzlement by, 95.
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, grant of land for, 169.

part of prison lot conveyed to Agricultural Society, 169.
ALIEN, may be tried by jury de medietate lingua, 47.

may hold lands for term not exceeding 21 years, but not to vote or be

juror, 5.

ALIEN COMPANY, governor in council may licence to hold land, 5.
AMENDMENTS may be made in criminal proceedings, 113, 119, 120.
AMMUNITION, authority to prohibit exportation of, 247.
ANCHORAGE DUTIES, repeal of, sect. 27 of 14 Vict. c. 21 . . 258.
ANDROS ISLAND with the Berry Islands an election district, 2.
ANIMALS kept in confinement, stealing, 82.
API AL from summary conviction, 65.

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