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These Directions and the 1. A Contract Ticket in this Form must be given to
Ticket must be legibly signed with the Christian Names and Surname and Address in full of the Party issuing the same.
3. The Day of the Month on which the Ship is to sail must be inserted in Words and not in Figures.
4. When once issued this l'icket must not be withdrawn from the Passenger, nor any Alteration or Era. sure made in it. ,
THIS Part of the Contract Ticket is to be separated from the other, and to be delivered by the Passenger to the Emigration Officer at the Port of Embarkation (or if no such Officer, to the Officer of Customs), or to any one appointed by him to receive it.
Tons Register Burden, to sail from
on the Day of
I engage that the Parties herein named shall be provided with Equal a Steerage Passage to the Port of
in to in the Ship
with not less than Ten Cubic Feet Statute for Luggage for each Statute Adult, for the sum of $ Adults. including Government Dues before Embarkation, and Head
Money, if any, at the Place of landing, and every other Charge ; and I hereby acknowledge to have received the Sum of
part } Payment.
In addition to any Provisions which the Passengers may
themselves bring, the following Quantities, at least, of Water and Provisions will be supplied to each Passenger by the Master of the Ship, as required by Law, and also Fires and
suitable Places for cooking:
relbs. of Bread or Biscuit, not inferior in Quality to Navy
Ib. of Molasses.
!: * 5 lbs. of good Potatoes may, at the Option of the Master of the Ship, be substituted for 1 lb. of Oatmeal or Rice, and in Ships sailing from Liverpool or from Irish or Scotch Ports, Oatmeal may be substituted in equal Quantities for the whole or any part of the Issues of Rice.
[N.B.- If Mess Utensils and Bedding are to be provided by
[If signed by a Broker or Agent, state of whose Behalf. 1
to be paid at Total £
Souls, equal to Statute Adults.
including all Charges, £
To be signed
by the Party issuing the Ticket.
. Insert Number of Souls
and of Statute Adults.
NOTICES TO PASSENGERS. "Tr'the Ship do not proceed to Sea on the Day specified above, Passengers, * ready to go on board and proceed in the Vessel, are entitled to Subsistence Money at the Rate of One Shilling a Day per Statute Adult (each Person over Fourteen or Two Children between One and Fourteen Years of age being ro:koned as a Statute Adult) for each Day of Delay until the actual clearing out and final Departure of the Ship; but if the Passengers are lodged and maintained in any Establishment under the Superintendence of the Colonial Land and Emigration, Commissioners, the Shilling a Day is payable to the Emigration Officer at the Port of Embarkation. In either Case the Money may be recovered by summary Process before Two Magistrates. If, however, the Delay arises from unavoidable Detention by Wind or Weather, and if the Passengers be maintained on board in the same Manner as if the Voyage had commenced, no Subsistence Money is payable.
2. If Passengers fail to obtain a Passage in the Ship according to their Contract, either from her having sailed before the appointed T'ime, or from there being no Room in her, or through any Default of the Owner, Charterer, or Master, and are not within Forty-eight Hours provided with a Passage in some other equally eligible Ship to the same Port, then they are entitled to a Return of their Passage Money, and to such Compensation, not exceeding 101., as the Justices may award.
3. Passengers should not rely only on the Provisions which the Master of the Ship is bound to issue to them, but should take an extra Supply with them.
4. Passengers should carefully keep this Part of their Contract Ticket till after the End of the Voyage.
N.B.-This Contract Ticket is exempt from Stamp Duty.
[13th July 1849.] WHEREAS an Act was passed in the Sixth Year of the
Reign of His Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled • An Act to alter and amend an Act passed in the Thirty-ninth 6 G. 4. c. 48. * and Fortieth Year of King George the Third, for the Recovery * of Small Debts in Scotland, and it is expedient that the said • recited Act should be amended :' 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, That all Causes which Her Majesty's Justices Form of Comof the Peace in Scotland may competently hear, try, and deter- plaint and
Mode of Exemine under the Authority of the said recited Act and this Act cution, and shall proceed upon Complaint, to be signed by the Clerk or One Citation Depute Clerk of the Peace agreeably to the Form in Schedule to be good (A.) hereunto annexed; -and a Copy of the Complaint with Second CitaCitation thereon, and also a Copy of the Account, Document tion. of Debt, or State of the Demand, being delivered by a Constable to the Defender personally, or left at the Dwelling Place of the Defender, or, in the Case of a Company, at the ordinary Place of Business of the Company, Six Days at least before the Diet of Court mentioned in such Complaint, shall be good and effectual to all Intents and Purposes, anything in the said recited Act requiring a Second Citation where the First Citation had not been delivered personally, to the contrary notwithstanding
II. And be it enacted, That where a Decree has been pro- Causes in nounced in Absence of the Defender, or where Absolvitor has which Decrees passed in Absence of the Pursuer, either before or after the in Absence passing of this Act, a Copy of the Warrant for rehearing being nounced may served upon the other Party personally, or left at the Dwelling be reheard on Place of such Party, in the Manner and upon the Induciæ the like Service herein-before prescribed regarding the Service of a Complaint, shall be an Authority for rehearing the Cause.
III. And be it enacted, That any warrant or Decree to be Warrant or obtained in any such Cause as aforesaid may be enforced by a Decree issued Constableeither in the County in which the same has been in one County issued, or in any other County or Counties ; provided that, in another, if when enforced in any other County, the Warrant or Decree or endorsed, &c. Extract thereof shall first be endorsed by the Clerk or Depute Clerk of the Peace of such other County, who is hereby required to make such Endorsement on Payment of a Fee not exceeding One Shilling.
IV. And be it'enacted, That the said recited Act shall Recited Act continue in full Force and Effect, excepting in so far as the continued, ebe same is hereby altered and amended.
Act may be V. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended or amended, &c. repealed
by any Act to be passed during the present Session of Parliament.
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Sri ant poparvate) ProT An Act for requiring annual Returns of the Expendi
ture on Highways in England and Wales to be transmitted to the Secretary of State, and afterwards laid before Parliament.troninis [13th July 1849.] WI
HEREAS by an Act passed in the Sixth Year of King 5&6 W.4, 0.50. William the Fourth, intituled An Act to consolidate and
amend the Laws relating to Highways in that Part of Great • Britain called England, it was enacted, that within One Ca
-·lendar Month after the Election or Appointment of Surveyor
Surveyor for the Year preceding, and laid before the Justices
of the Peace at a Special Sessions for the Highways holden
Surveyor should have been appointed; and that at the Spe-
the Surveyor of each of the Parishes within such respective
expedient that annual Statements of the Receipts and Ex-
, within Fourteen Days after such Special
II. And be it enacted, That the Town Clerk of every City, Town Clerks
Corporations in England and Wales," and the Clerk to the missioners, to
their Management has been made out, or where Provision is made for the Settlement or Audit of such Account, then within Thirty Days after such Settlement or Audit, prepare from such Account a Statement in Writing,' showing (as far as Circumstances will permit) the like Particulars of such Receipts and Expenditure as are indicated under the Heads of Receipts and Expenditure respectively in the Form contained in the Schedule to this Act, and shall, within the Time aforesaid, transmit
such Statement to One of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries Penalty on of State; and if such Town Clerk or Clerk to the Trustees or Neglect.
Commissioners shall neglect to transmit any such Statement within such Time as aforesaid, he shall for every such Offence, on Conviction, forfeit any Sum not exceeding Ten Pounds nor less than Five Pounds, and such Penalty shall be recovered and applied as Penalties are by the said Act made recoverable and
applicable. Abstracts of III. And be it enacted, That such Secretary of State shall Statements to
every Year cause the Statements transmitted to him under this be laid before Parliament.
Act to be abstracted, and the Abstracts thereof to be laid before
both Houses of Parliament. First-recited IV. And be it enacted, That the said first-recited Act and Act and this
this Act shall be construed together as One Act. Act to be One.
V. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended or Act may be amended, &c. repealed by any Act to be passed in this present Session of
GENERAL STATEMENT of the RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE
on account of the HIGHWAYS of the Parish [Township, Hamlet, &c.] of
in the County of for the Year ending 25th March 18 , as appearing from the Accounts of
Surveyor of Highways for the said Parish [Township, Hamlet, &c.], allowed by the Justices at a Special Sessions for the Highways holden at the