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Saint Sepulchre's Manor (Dublin).
VIII. It shall be lawful for the said Lord Archbishop, with the Consent of the Lord Lieutenant, out of the Proceeds of such Sales, to make such Compensation to the present Seneschal, Registrars, and Marshal of said Court as to the said Archbishop shall seem proper, having regard to the Tenure of Office and Length of Service of such Officers; and if there shall remain any Surplus after Payment of the Costs and Expenses of such Sales and of such Compensations as aforesaid, the same may be applied by the said Archbishop in discharge of such other Expenses, Charges, and Claims (if any) as shall be incidental to and consequent on the passing of this Act and the Abolition of the Jurisdiction and Transfer of Markets pursuant to this Act, as to the Archbishop of Dublin, with the Consent of the Lord Lieutenant, shall seem proper; and in the last place in part Liquidation of the Charge now existing on the said See, and repayable to the present Archbishop by his Successor, or in such other Manner for the Benefit of the said See as the said Archbishop shall, with the Consent of the Lord Lieutenant, direct and appoint.
IX. And whereas it is expedient that Provision be made for Saint Sepulchre the future Regulation of the Markets of Saint Sepulchre usually held in Kevin Street within the Limits of the Borough of 'Dublin' Be it therefore enacted, That from and after the Commencement of this Act, the said Markets shall vest in and belong to the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of Dublin, and all Powers and Authorities theretofore exercised by any Weigh master or other Person in respect of the said Markets shall cease and determine; and so much of an Act of the Parliament of Ireland passed in the Twenty-seventh Year of the Reign of King George the Third, Chapter Forty-six, as relates to the Seneschal and Liberties and Market Juries of Saint Sepulchre shall be repealed.
X. All Acts now in force for the Regulation and Improvement of the Borough of Dublin shall be construed, deemed, and taken to have full Force and Effect within such Portions of the said Liberties and Manor of Saint Sepulchre as lie within the Municipal Boundaries of the said Borough.
XI. The Lord Mayor of the City of Dublin for the Time being shall, from and after the Commencement of this Act, be Clerk of the Markets of Saint Sepulchre within the Limits of the Borough of Dublin, and shall have the future Appointment of the Deputy Clerk of the Markets therein; and the said Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the said Borough shall and may respectively use and exercise all such Powers and Authorities with respect to the said Markets, or the Improvement or Extension of the same, within the said Limits, as are vested in him or them with respect to the other Markets within the said Borough, or with respect to providing Markets therein, under the Provisions of "The Dublin Improvement Act, 1849."
XII. It shall not be lawful for the said Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses to demand from any Person any Stallages, Rents, or Fees for the standing of any Beast or Animal, or any Cart of Hay or Straw, or any other marketable Commodity exposed for
Saint Sepulchre's Manor (Dublin).
Sale in the said Markets of Saint Sepulchre within the said Saint Sepulchre Limits, save for such Stand, Stall, Shed, Pen, or other Conveni- until they erect ence as they shall have erected therein; and the Stallages, Rents, Stalls, &c. or Fees to be demanded for the Use of any such Stall, Shed, Pen, or other Convenience so erected shall not exceed the several Stallages, Rents, and Fees authorized to be demanded by the said Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses, and specified in Schedule (D.) in "The Dublin Improvement Act, 1849."
tain Market or
XIII. Nothing herein contained shall be construed to impose Corporation not upon the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Bur- obliged to maingesses of Dublin, save with their Consent in Town Council assembled, any Obligation to maintain any of the Markets, public Scales, Stalls, or Tenements heretofore belonging to or held by the Lord Archbishop of Dublin, or any Liability to pay any Rents, Salaries, Fees, Perquisites, Compensations, Pensions, or Sums of Money to any Person or Persons whomsoever heretofore having or claiming any Right, Title, or Interest in connexion with any Market Court or other Jurisdiction or Right heretofore vested in or belonging to the said Lord Archbishop of Dublin.
XIV. Nothing in this Act contained shall prejudice or affect the Right of Richard now Lord Archbishop of Dublin, or his Executors or Administrators, to recover from his Successors in the said See of Dublin any Charge which he or they may have against such Successor for or in respect of the Palace or See House, and the said Court House and Premises of Saint Sepulchre, or the said Markets within the Borough of Dublin, or other Improvements in the said See.
XV. Nothing herein contained shall be deemed or taken to prejudice or affect the Royalties, or the Manorial or other Rights, Privileges, and Jurisdictions and Franchises of the said Archbishop of Dublin and Bishop of Glandelagh, and his Successors, or his or their respective Officers, in or throughout the Estates and Manors and Liberties of the said See, and over the Tenants and SubTenants thereof, or the Right or Power to enforce the same, save as herein-before otherwise respectively provided and declared.
CA P. LVIII.
An Act to amend the Law for the Registration of Persons entitled to vote in the Election of Members to serve in Parliament for Burghs in Scotland. [21st July 1856.]
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WHEREAS an Act was passed in the Session of Parliament holden in the Second and Third Years of the Reign of His Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled An Act to amend 2 & 3 W. 4. the Representation of the People in Scotland; and it is expedient c. 65.
'to explain and amend some Parts of the said Act, and to make further and other Provisions relating to the Registration of Per'sons entitled to vote in the Election of Members to serve in Parliament for Burghs in Scotland: 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
Repeal of certain Provisions of recited Act.
Assessors to make out List
and to publish such List;
and all Persons may have Copies.
Registration of Voters (Scotland).
this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, as follows:
I. The Clauses and Provisions of the said Act, enacted for the Purpose of forming Registers of Persons entitled to vote in the Election of Members to serve in Parliament for Burghs in Seotland, shall be and the same are hereby repealed, except as to any Register heretofore made; and this Act shall be taken to be Part of the said Act as fully as if it were incorporated therewith.
II. The Assessor of every Burgh shall, on or before the Fifteenth Day of August in every Year, make out or cause to be made out, according to the Form Number 1. of the Schedule A. hereunto annexed, a List of all Persons who may be entitled to vote in the Election of a Member or Members to serve in Parliament for such Burgh; and such List shall be arranged in Wards (where the Burgh is divided into Wards) and in Polling Districts; and each Ward and Polling District shall be arranged, as far as conveniently may be, in the alphabetical Order of the Surnames of the Persons entitled as aforesaid, or otherwise, as far as conveniently may be, in the alphabetical Order of Streets, Squares, Lanes," and other Places in which Houses are distinguished by Numbers, and in which the Subjects of Qualification are situated; and as regards all other Places, in the alphabetical Order of the Surnames of the Persons entitled as aforesaid; and in such List the Christian Name and Surname of every such Person shall be written at full Length, together with his Occupation, the Place of his Abode, the Nature of his Qualification, and the Name of the Street, and Number of the House (if any), or other Description of the Place where the Property in right of which he is entitled to vote may be situate; and the Assessor shall sign the said List, and shall forthwith cause a sufficient Number of Copies thereof to be written or printed; and shall, on or before the said Fifteenth Day of August in every Year, publish Copies of the said List, by affixing the same on or near the Town Hall or other conspicuous Place within the Burgh; and shall also, on or before such Fifteenth Day of August, give Notice by Advertisement in some One or more Newspapers circulating in the Burgh, of the Place at which a Copy of such List will be open to Perusal; and such Copy shall be open to Perusal by any Person, without Payment of any Fee, at any Time between the Hours of Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon and Four o'clock in the Afternoon of each Day, except Sunday, from the Sixteenth to the Twenty-fifth Days of August, both inclusive; and the Assessor shall deliver Copies thereof signed by him to all Persons applying for the same, on Payment of a Price for each Copy after the Rate contained in the Table Number 1. of the Schedule B. hereto annexed: Provided always, that if any Person who may desire his Name not to be inserted in such List shall intimate such Desire in Writing to the Assessor, the Assessor shall not insert in such List the Name of such Person.
III. Every Person whose Name shall have been omitted in any such List of Voters for any Burgh, and who shall claim as having been entitled on the last Day of July then next preceding to have his Name inserted therein, and every Person desirous of being
Registration of Voters (Scotland).
registered for a different Qualification than that for which his Name appears in such List, shall on or before the Twenty-fifth Day of August in such Year give a Notice according to the Form Number 2. of the said Schedule A. or to the like Effect to the Assessor; and the Assessor shall include or cause to be included and Assessors the Names of all Persons claiming as aforesaid in Lists arranged to make up. as aforesaid, according to the Form Number 3. of the said Schedule A., signed by him.
IV. In every Year every Person whose Name shall have been Objections to inserted in any List of Voters for any Burgh may object to any List to be other Person as not having been entitled on the last Day of July lodged. next preceding, to have his Name inserted in any List of Voters for such Burgh, and every Person so objecting shall on or before the Twenty-fifth Day of August in such Year give or cause to be given to the Assessor of such Burgh a Notice according to the Form Number 4. of the said Schedule A. or to the like Effect, and shall also on or before such Twenty-fifth Day of August give or cause to be given to the Person so objected to, or leave or cause to be left at his Place of Abode as described in such List, a Notice according to the Form Number 5. of the said Schedule A. or to the like Effect, and every such Notice of Objection shall be signed by the Person objecting as aforesaid.
V. The Assessor shall, in every Year, include the Names of all Assessors to Persons so objected to in a List arranged as aforesaid, according to make up List the Form Number 6. of the said Schedule A., signed by him; and of Persons shall cause Copies of the said List of Persons objected to to be objected to; and to publish Lists written or printed; and shall publish such List, and the said List of Claimants of Claimants as aforesaid, on or before the First Day of September and Persons in each Year, by advertising in One or more Newspapers circulat ing in the Burgh the Place at which Copies of the said Lists, and the Notices of Claims and Objections, will be open to Perusal; and Copies of the said Lists, and also the Notices of Claims and Objections which he shall have received, shall, unless when in use in the Registration Court in Terms of this Act, be open, to be perused by any Person, without Payment of any Fee, at any Time between the Hours of Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon and Four o'clock in the Afternoon of each Day, except Sunday, during the first Fourteen Days of September in the said Year; and the As- and all Persons sessor shall deliver Copies of the said Lists, or either of them, to may have any Person requiring the same, on Payment of a Price for each Copies. Copy after the Rate contained in the Table Number 1. of the
said Schedule B.
VI. On or before the First of September in each Year, the Assessor shall deliver to the Town Clerk a Copy of the said List deliver Lists to of Voters made out by him as aforesaid, and a Copy of the said List of Claimants, and a Copy of the said List of Persons objected to, all signed by him as aforesaid.
VII. Where in any Burgh there shall be more than One As- Assessor to be sessor in and for such Burgh, the Magistrates of the Burgh shall, nominated speas soon as may be after the passing of this Act, and at latest cially for this within Three Weeks after the passing of the same, nominate and appoint One of such Assessors to perform the Duties imposed on T 4
Assessors disqualified from voting.
Provision as to
under this Act.
Lists put up to be maintained; if removed, &c. to be replaced.
Registration of Voters (Scotland).
the Assessor under this Act; and also make public Advertisement of such Appointment in some One or more Newspapers circulating in such Burgh; and failing such Appointment and Advertisement being duly made, the same shall be made by the Sheriff of the County within Five Weeks at latest after the passing of this Act; and every such Assessor so appointed shall, from the Date of his Appointment, be specially charged with all the Duties incumbent on the Assessor under this Act; and on every Occasion where in any Burgh an Assessor so appointed shall cease to hold Office, the Magistrates shall, at latest within Three Weeks thereafter, appoint another Assessor to act as aforesaid, and make public Advertisement of such Appointment as before mentioned; and in the event of such Magistrates failing to do so, such Appointment and Advertisement shall be made by the Sheriff of the County, within Five Weeks at latest after the former Assessor shall have ceased to hold Office as aforesaid: Provided always, that all other Assessors in such Burgh shall, in all Matters relating to this Act, be subject to the Orders of the Assessor so to be appointed, and shall take Instructions from him, and shall be bound to act on such Instructions, so far as consistent with this Act: Provided always, that if any Portion of a County shall for Election Purposes be included in any Burgh, the Assessor of the Burgh shall in relation thereto perform all the Duties required by this Act, and the Assessor of the County shall be bound to afford the Assessor of the Burgh all reasonable Access to the Valuation Roll of the County for that Purpose.
VIII. Every Assessor in any Burgh shall, while he continues such Assessor, be disqualified from being registered as a Voter, and from voting or taking part in any Election of a Member to serve in Parliament for such Burgh, and also from voting or taking part in any Municipal Election within the Burgh.
IX. Whenever any Notice is by this Act required to be given to the Assessor, it shall be sufficient if such Notice shall be delivered to him, or left, or sent to him by Post, Postage paid, at his Place of Abode, or at his Place for transacting his official Business; and wherever by this Act any Notice is required to be given to any other Person, it shall be sufficient if such Notice be sent by the Post, Postage paid, addressed with a sufficient Direction, to the Person to whom the same ought to be given, at his usual Place of Abode.
X. In all Cases where any Notice is directed by this Act to be advertised in any Newspaper, such Advertisement shall be repeated in the same or some similar Newspaper, not earlier than Six and not later than Eight Days after the Day on or before which such Advertisement is herein required to be published.
XI. Where any Document shall, pursuant to the Provisions of this Act, be affixed on any Place, the same shall continue so affixed for a Period including Two consecutive Sundays at the least next after the Day of Publication, and if removed or defaced within such Period shall be replaced by the Person bound to give the Notice.