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under the Hands and Seals of the said Commissioners or their

Successors, or any Two or more of them. Saving the VIII. Provided always, and be it enacted, That nothing in Rights of the this Act contained shall extend or be construed to extend to City of London.

prejudice or derogate from the Estates, Rights, Interests, Privileges, Franchises, or Authorities of the Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London, or their Successors, or the Lord Mayor of the said City for the Time being, nor to , prohibit, defeat, alter, or diminish any Power, Authority, or Jurisdiction which at the Time of passing this Act the said Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens, or the said Lord Mayor for the Time being, did or might lawfully claim, use, or

exercise. Saving the IX. Provided also, and be it enacted, That nothing in this Rights of the

Act contained shall be deemed, construed, or taken to alter, take Churchwardens, Overseers, and away, abridge, prejudice, or in any Manner interfere with the Parishioners, Rights, Powers, Jurisdictions, and Authorities of the Churchand the Church- wardens, Overseers of the Poor, and Parishioners, or the wardens, Over

Churchwardens, Overseers, and Governors and Directors of the seers, and Governors and Poor of the said Parish of Greenwich for the Time being acting Directors of

under and by virtue of an Act passed in the Ninth Year of the Parish of Greenwich.

the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, inti9 G. 4. c. xliii.

tuled An Act for repealing an Act of the Twenty-sixth Year of the Reign of King George the Second, for the better Relief and Employment of the Poor in the Parish of East Greenwich in the County of Kent, and for repairing the Highways and cleansing the Streets thereof, and for making more effectual Provisions in

lieu of the said Act, and also of an Act passed in the Fourth 4 G. 4. c.lxx. Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty, intituled An Act

for lighting and watching the Parish and Toron of Greenwich in the County of Kent, and removing and preventing Nuisances

therein. Public Act, X. And be it enacted, That this Act shall be a Public Act,

and judicially taken notice of as such.

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SCHEDULE to which this Act refers.

TABLE OF TOLLS, RENTS, AND STALLAGES. For every Stall, Bulk, Block, Tressel, or Station used by any Person for exposing to Sale Meat, Fish, or any other live or dead Victuals, Fruit, China, Glass, Earthenware, or other Goods, Articles, Commodities, or Things, according to the Size or Dimensions of the same; viz. for each Superficial Square Foot thereof:If such Stall, Bulk, Block, Tressel, or Station

£
be within the covered Market Place:-
If taken by the Year, the Sum of

0 4 0 By the Half Year, the Sum of

0 2 0 By the Quarter, the Sum of

0 1 0 If otherwise taken, for each Market Day or other Day, the Sum of

0 0 1 If such Stall, Bulk, Block, Tressel, or Station be not within the covered Market :If taken by the Year, the Sum of

0 2 0 By the Half Year, the Sum of

0 1 0 By the Quarter, the Sum of

0 0 6 If otherwise taken, for each Market Day or other Day, the Sum of

0 0 0 For every Waggon used by any Person for

exposing or in which shall be exposed to Sale
any Article, Commodity, or Thing, for each

Market Day or other Day, the Sum of
For any Cart used by any person for the like
Purpose, for each Market Day or other Day :-
If drawn by One Horse or other Animal,
the Sum of

0 0 9
If drawn by Two or more Horses or
other Animals, the Sum of

0 1 0 For each Compartment or Space on the Surface of the Ground used by any Person for the like Purpose, according to the Size or Dimensions of the same; viz. for each Superficial Square Foot thereof:

If the Compartment or Space be within the covered Market :If taken by the Year, the Sum of

2 0 By the Half Year, the Sum

1 0 By the Quarter, the Sum of

0 6 If otherwise taken, for every Market Day

or other Day in the Week, the Sum of 0 0 0 If the Compartment or Space be not within the covered Market:If taken by the Year, the Sum of

0 1 0 By the Half Year, the Sum of

0 0 6 By the Quarter, the Sum of

0 0 3 If otherwise taken, for each Market Day or other Day, the Sum of

0 0 0

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From any Person exposing for Sale any Article,

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d. Matter, or Thing not herein specifically charged, and not occupying any Stall, Bulk, Block, Tressel, or Station, nor any defined Compartment or Space on the Surface of the Ground:If the Spot on which such Person shall stand be within the covered Market:

For any Basket, Hamper, Parcel, or

Quantity of such Article, Matter, or
Thing, for each Market Day or other
Day, the Sum of

0 0 11
If the Spot be not situate within the covered
Market:

For any Basket, Hamper, Parcel, or

Quantity of such Article, Matter, or
Thing, for each Market Day or other
Day, the Sum of

0 0 1
For every Horse, Gelding, or Mare brought or
offered for Sale, the Sum of

0 0 6
For every Colt, Filly, Mule, or Ass, the Sum of 0 0 2
For every Bull, Ox, Cow, Steer, or Heifer, the
Sum of

0 0 2 For every Calf, the Sum of

0004 For every Score of Sheep or Lambs, and so in

proportion for any less or greater Number,
the Sum of

0 03 For every Head of Swine, the Sum of

0 0 1 For Poultry and Game, including Fowls,

Chickens, and Ducks, Wild Fowls, Pigeons,
Rabbits, Hares, Pheasants, Partridges, and
other Game, exposed for Sale, according to
the Number thereof; viz.

Not more than Half a Dozen, the Sum of 0 0 1
For each additional Half Dozen, the
Sum of

0 0 1
WEIGHING OR MEASURING.
For every Hide, the Sum of

001 For every Lot of Tallow, the Sum of

0 03 For every Flitch of Bacon, the Sum of

0 0 For every Skin, the Sum of

0 0 For every Sheep, Lamb, or Calf, the Sum of

0 0
For every Bull, Ox, Steer, Cow, or Heifer, the
Sum of

0 02
If weighed in Quarters, for each Quar-
ter, the Sum of

0 0.01 For all other Articles sold in the Market, being

not more than Twenty Pounds Weight, the
Sum of

0 0 0
Being not more than One Hundred
Weight, the Sum of

0 0 1 For each additional One

additional One Hundred Weight, the Sum of

0 0 1

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For all Goods and Articles sold in the Market £
by Measure, for each Bushel, the Sum of

0 0 0
WEIGHING MACHINES,
For weighing any Waggon, the Sum of

0 0 6.
For weighing any Cart, the Sum of

0 0 3 The Stallage and the several Tolls and Rents before mentioned and specified to be payable and paid for in respect of the Occupation or Use of any Stall, Standing Place, Bench, Compartment, or Space of Ground, as well by the original Taker or Occupier thereof, for a Part or Portion of the Day, in case he shall not occupy the same the whole Day, as also by any subsequent Taker or Occupier of the same for the Residue of any Part or Portion of the same Day.

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CAP. XXIX.
An Act to amend the Laws in force for the Encourage-
ment of British Shipping and Navigation.

[26th June 1849.]
WHEREAS it is expedient to amend the Laws now in

force for the Encouragement of British Shipping and Navigation:' 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 this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That from Certain Acts and after the First Day of January One thousand eight hundred repealed from and fifty the following Acts and Parts of Acts shall be repealed ;

January 1850. (that is to say,) a certain Act passed in the Session of Parliament holden in the Eighth and Ninth Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty, intituled An Act for the Encouragement 8 & 9 Vict. c.88. of British Shipping and Navigation ; and so much of a certain other Act passed in the said Session of Parliament, intituled An 8 & 9 Vict. c. 89. Act for the registering of British Vessels, as limits the Privi- Sec. 3. leges of Vessels registered at Malta, Gibraltar, and Heligoland; Sec. 5. and so much thereof as provides that no Ship or Vessel shall be Sec. 7. registered, except such as are wholly of the Build of some Part Sec. 9. of the British Dominions; and so much as relates to the Disqualification of Ships repaired in a Foreign Country; and so much as prevents British Ships which have been captured by or sold to Foreigners from becoming entitled to be again registered as British in case the same again become the Property of British Stibjects ; and so much of a certain other Act passed in the said Session of Parliament, intituled An Act to regulate 8 & 9Vict. c. 92. the Trade of British Possessions abroad, as provides that no Sec. 2. Goods shall be imported into or exported from any of the British Possessions in America by Sea from or to any Place other than the United Kingdom, or some other of such Possessions, except into or from the several Ports denominated Free Ports ; and so much thereof as provides for the Limita- Sec. 4.

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tion of the Privileges allowed to Foreign Ships by the Law

of Navigation in respect of Importations into the British Pose Sec. 44. sessions in Asia, Africa, and America ; and so much thereof as

provides that no Vessel or Boat shall be admitted to be a British Vesset or Boat on any of the Inland Waters or Lakes of America, except such as shall have been built at soine Place within the British Dominions, and shall not have been repaired at any Foreign Place to a greater Extent than in the said Act

is mentioned; and so much of a certain other Act passed in the 18 & 9 Vict. c. 86. said Session of Parliament, intituled An Act for the general

Regulation of the Customs, as prohibits the Importation of Train Oil, Blubber, Spermaceti Oil, Head-matter, Skins, Bones, and Fins, the Produce of Fish or Creatures living in the Sea, unless in Vessels which shall have been cleared out regularly with such Oil, Blubber, or other Produce on board from some Foreign Port; and so much thereof as prohibits the Importation of Tea, unless from the Cape of Good Hope, or from Places Eastward of the same to the Straits of Magellan ; and so' much of a certain Act passed in the Session of Parliament holden in the Seventh

and Eighth Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty, inti7 & 8 Vict.c.112. tuled An Act to amend and consolidate the Laws relating to

Merchant Seamen, and for keeping a Register of Seamen, as provides that the Master or Owner of every Ship belonging to any Subject of Her Majesty, and of the Burden of Eighty Tons or upwards, (except Pleasure Yachts,) shall have on board at the Time of her proceeding from any Port of the United Kingdom, and at all Times when absent from the United Kingdom, or navigating the Seas, One Apprentice or more in a certain Proportion to the Number of Tons of his Ship's Admeasurement, and that if any such Master or Owner shall neglect to have on board his Ship the Number of Apprentices thereby required, together with their respective registered Indentures, Assignments, and Register Tickets, he shall forfeit and pay the Sum of Ten Pounds in respect of each Apprentice, Indenture, Assignment, or Register Ticket so wanting or defi

cient; also an Act passed in the Thirty-seventh Year of the 97 G. 3. c. 117. Reign of King George the Third, intituled An Act for regulating

the Trade to be carried on with the British Possessions in India by the Ships of Nations in Amity with His Majesty; and so much of a certain Act passed in the Session of Parliament holden in the Fourth Year of the Reign of King George the Fourth, intituled An Act to consolidate and amend the several Laws now in force with respect to Trade from and to Places within the Limits of the Charter of the East India Company, and to make further Provisions with respect to suck Trade, and to amend an Act of the present Session of Parliament for the registering of Vessels, so far as it relates to Vessels registered in India, as enacts that no Asiatic Sailors, Lascars, or Natives of any of the Territories, Countries, Islands, or Places within the Limits of the Charter of the East India Company, shall at any Time be deemed or taken to be British Seamen within the Intent and Meaning of any Act or Acts of Parliament relating

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