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to graze to
tion for Rent Payable under any Lease, Writing, or Bargain
current at the Date of the passing of this Act. Stock of
V. In the event of the Tenant or Lessee of any Farm or Party taken Lands having received and taken thereon to be grazed or on a Farm fed any Sheep, Cattle, or other Live Stock belonging to any be liable
other Person, and having agreed with the Owner of the ouly to the same for a bonâ fide Payment equal to the just Value of Amount of
such Considera- grazing or feeding, such Sheep, Cattle or Stock shall
be liable to the Hypothec of the Landlord, Lessor, or Person able for the entitled to the Rent of the Farm or Lands to the Extent of grazing.
the Amount of such Payment, and no further : Provided always, that so long as any Portion of such Sheep, Cattle, or other Live Stock shall remain on the Farm or Lands, the Hypothec over such Portion shall continue to the full Extent of the Payment originally agreed upon for the grazing or feeding of the whole of such Sheep, Cattle, or other Live Stock; and that in the event of the Removal of the Sheep, Cattle, or other Live Stock, or any Portion thereof, from the Farm or Lands, the Right of Hypothec shall, so long as the Payment or any Part thereof shall remain unpaid, continue to apply to such Sheep, Cattle, or other Live Stock to the Extent of the Amount of the Pay
ment, or such Part thereof as shall be unpaid. When Ag
VI. In the Sequestration for the Rent of any Farm or ricultural Produce or
Lands, as defined by this Act, it shall not be competent to Stock is se- include any Household Furniture or Furnishings or any questrated, incompet
Agricultural Implements, nor shall it be competent, except
as herein-after provided, to sequestrate for the Rent any questrate Furniture,
imported Manure, Lime, Drain Tiles, Feeding Stuffs, or Imple- other Material, not being the Produce of or made upon the ments
, im- Farm or Lands, and not at the Time incorporated with the ported Manures, Soil or consumed or otherwise applied to the Purposes for
which such Material may have been procured : Provided always, that where Manure of any kind, or Lime, or Drain Tiles, Feeding Stuffs, or other Material have been brought upon the Farm or Lands for the Purpose of being used thereon in fulfilment of any specific Obligation imposed by the Lease, such Manure, Lime, Drain Tiles, Feeding Stuffs, or other Material may competently be included among the sequestrated Effects : Provided also, that nothing herein contained shall be held as affecting either the Right of using Sequestration or the Description of Articles which may be sequestrated, in so far as respects Premises and Occupations of Buildings or of Lands to which this Act
does not apply. Register of VII. At each Sheriff's or other Court where SequestraSequestra- tion for Rent is or may be granted a Register, entitled the
" Register of Sequestrations for Rent” for the particular
ent to se
Court, shall be kept by the Sheriff Clerk, Sheriff Clerk Rent to be
kept. Depute, or other officer of Court having Custody of the Records thereof, in the Form set forth in the Schedule appended hereto, or as nearly in that Form as may be, and on the granting of any Sequestration for Rent there shall be forthwith entered in such Register the Name or Names of the Tenant or Lessee whose Agricultural Produce, Live Stock, or Effects are sequestrated, and the several Particulars detailed in the Schedule appended hereto; and every Person shall be entitled, on Payment of a Fee of One Shilling, to search the said Register during Office Hours of every Day on which the Office of the Sheriff Clerk, Sheriff Clerk Depute, or other Officer of Court having the Custody thereof shall be open; and all such Fees shall be duly accounted for and shall be paid by the Sheriff Clerk, Sheriff Clerk Depute, or other Officer receiving the same to the Credit of Her Majesty's Exchequer at such Times and in such Manner as the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury shall from Time to Time direct.
Name and Residence
Date of Sequestration.
Name or Description
Rent for which
Date when payable.
Landlord or Person
An Act to alter and amend the Acts relating to the British
White Herring Fishery.-[15th July 1867.
WHEREAS the following Acts were passed for the En- Recital of couragement and Regulation of the British White Herring Acts relatFishery ; that is to say, the Acts of Forty-eighth of George tish White
ing to Brithe Third, Chapter One hundred and ten; Fifty-first of Herring George the Third, Chapter One hundred and one; Fifty
Fishery. second of George the Third, Chapter One hundred and fifty-three; Fifty-fourth of George the Fourth, Chapter One hundred and two; Fifty-fifth of George the Third, Chapter Ninety-four; First of George the Fourth, Chapter One hundred and three; First and Second of George the Fourth, Chapter Seventy-nine; Fifth of George the Fourth, Chapter Sixty-four; Seventh of George the Fourth, Chapter Thirtyfour; First of William the Fourth, Chapter Fifty-four ; Fourteen and Fifteenth of Victoria, Chapter Twenty-six ; Twenty-third_and Twenty-fourth of Victoria, Chapter Ninety-two; Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth of Victoria, Chapter Seventy-two ; Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth Victoria, Chapter Twenty-two:
And whereas it is expedient that certain of the Restrictions imposed by the recited Acts as to the description of Net, or Mode of fishing for and taking Herrings and Herring Fry on the Coasts of Scotland should be removed, and that the recited Acts should be amended in certain other respects :
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. From and after the passing of this Act, notwithstanding anything in the recited Acts or any of them to the
passing of contrary, it shall be lawful to fish for and take Herrings Act Reand Herring Fry at all Places on the Coasts of Scotland, in
on Mode of any manner of way, and by means of any kind of Net fishing for having Meshes of a Size not less than that now permitted Herrings
removed. or required by Law, and to sell, buy, or have in possession Herrings or Herring Fry so fished for and taken ; and in lieu of the larger Penalties imposed by the recited Acts or any of them upon Persons using Nets having Meshes of a Size less than that now permitted or required by Law, every Person who shall fish for Herrings or Herring Fry
of 23 & 24
Penalties for Contra
with a Net having Meshes of a Size less than that now permitted or required by Law shall for every such Offence be liable in a Penalty of not less than Five Pounds and not exceeding Twenty Pounds, together with the Forfeiture
of the Net. Section 5. II. The Fifth Section of the Act passed in the Twenty
third and Twenty-fourth Years of Her present Majesty, Vict. c. 92, repealed. Chapter Ninety-two, is hereby repealed, and in lieu there
of it is enacted as follows : Commis- It shall be lawful for the Commissioners of the British makerena White Herring Fishery from Time to Time to make such
Regulations for Regulations as they shall think fit for the Preservation of Preserva
Order among the Persons engaged in the Herring Fisheries Order. on the Coasts of Scotland, and for preventing such Per
sons from destroying, injuring, or carrying off each other's
Nets, or the Fishi therein, or Floats, Buoys, or other Fishvention of ing Implements or Apparatus ; and every Person who Regula- commits any Breach or Contravention of any such Retions.
gulations shall be liable to a Penalty of not less than Five and not exceeding Twenty Pounds for every such offence; and the Boat in or from which such Person shall commit such Breach or Contravention, and all sailing, rowing, or steering gear connected therewith, may be seized and detained by any Superintendent appointed under the Authority of the recited Acts or any of them, or by any Person acting under his Orders, or by any Officer of the Fishery or by any Person acting under his Orders, or by Order of any Sheriff, Justice of the Peace, or Magistrate having Jurisdiction under the recited Acts or any of them, or under this Act, for such Period, not exceeding Thirty Days, as the Commissioners shall determine. And the Herrings or Herring Fry in the Possession of the Person committing such Breach or Contravention, and the Nets, Floats, Buoys, and other Fishing Implements or Apparatus used by him, may be seized by any Superintendent appointed under the Authority of the recited Acts or any of them, or by any Person acting under his Orders, or by any Officer of the Fishery or by any Person acting under his Orders, or by Order of any Sheriff, Justice of the Peace, or Magistrate having Jurisdiction under the recited Acts or any of them, or under this Act, and may be for
III. The Commissioners may from Time to Time rescind, be rescind- alter, or amend any Regulation or Regulations made by ed or them under the Authority of this Act.
IV. All Regulations made by the Commissioners under Regulations to be the Authority of this Act, or Amendments or Alterations