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Page 23 - Great Britain and Ireland, in Parliament assembled, towards raising the necessary Supplies to defray Your Majesty's public Expenses, and making an Addition to the Public Revenue, have freely and voluntarily resolved to give and grant unto Your Majesty the several Duties herein-after mentioned ; and do therefore most humbly
Page 68 - shall come into operation on the Day of the passing thereof; and in citing it in other Acts of Parliament and in legal Instruments it shall be sufficient to use the Expression " The Customs Amendment Act, 1867." SCHEDULE of Parts of Acts to be repealed. Date of Act. Title of Act.
Page 114 - is consistent with the Tenor thereof, be construed as One with the Principal Act ; and the Expression "this Act" in the Principal Act, and any Expression referring to the Principal Act which occurs in any Act or other Document, shall be construed to mean the Principal Act as amended by this
Page 116 - Where a Company proposes to reduce its Capital, every Creditor of the Company who at the Date fixed by the Court is entitled to any Debt or Claim which, if that Date were the Commencement of the winding-up of the Company, would be admissible in Proof against the Company,
Page 234 - No shareholder shall be entitled to transfer any share after any call shall have been made in respect thereof, until he shall have paid such call, nor until he shall have paid all calls for the time being due on every share held by him.
Page 127 - that the Bearer of the Warrant is entitled to the Share or Shares or Stock therein specified, and may provide, by Coupons or otherwise, for the Payment of the future Dividends on the Share or Shares or Stock included in such Warrant, herein-after referred to as a Share Warrant.
Page 56 - for the further Limitation of the Crown, and better securing the Eights and Liberties of the Subject," shall be substituted from Time to Time, with proper words of
Page 115 - authorized so to do by its Regulations, as originally framed or as altered by special Resolution, from Time to Time modify the Conditions contained in its Memorandum of Association so far as to render unlimited the Liability of its Directors or Managers, or of the Managing Director ; and such special Resolution shall
Page 124 - complying with the Provisions of this Section it shall incur a Penalty not exceeding One Pound for each Copy in respect of which such Default is made, and every Director and Manager of the Company who shall knowingly and wilfully authorize or permit such Default shall incur the like Penalty.
Page 83 - shall be final and conclusive, and not subject to Review by any Court whatever: Provided also, that it shall not in any Case be competent to appeal until Judgment has been pronounced by the Sheriff finally disposing of the Cause,