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EXPENDITURE.

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Balance overpaid (if any) on last Account
Paid for Manual Labour !

for Team Labour (in Money)
for Materials
fór Tradesmen's Bills

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Value of Team Labour performed by Rate-payers

in lieu of Rates, Value of other Work performed by Rate-payers

in lieu of Rates Payments to Turnpike Trusts (if any), Other Payments 1:

Total Expenditure

1 Leaving on the 25th March 18 a Balance of £ in hand, or overspent, as the Case may be.

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Clerk to the Justices for the Division. Dated low

18 Job II.

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CAP. XXXVI.
An Act to make Provision, during the present Year,

and to the End of the Year One thousand eight
hundred and fifty-one,' relating to the Collection of
County Cess in Ireland, and to the Remuneration of
the Collectors thereof.

[13th July 1849.] WHEREAS by an Act of the Sixth and Seventh Years

of the Reign of His late Majesty King William the • Fourth, intituled An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws 6 & 7 W. 4.

relating to the Presentment of Public Money by Grand Juries c. 116. ' in Ireland, it is amongst other things provided, that no Person • shall act as High Constable or Collector of County Cess, as " therein mentioned, unless he shall have given Security, by

Two sufficient Sureties joining with him in executing a Bond and Warrant of Attorney, without Stamp, to confess Judg'ment to the Treasurer of the County, conditioned for his duly collecting and paying to such Treasurer, on or before the First Day of the next Assizes, all such public Money as he is or • shall be required to collect: And whereas, on account of

the Distress now prevailing in certain Counties or Baronies . more heavily than in others, it is expedient in certain Cases ' to alter and modify the Condition of any such Bond and • Warrant of Attorney to be given as such Security as aforesid: Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent

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then current Year.

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Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords

Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present ParliaPower to Lord ment assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That it shall Lieutenant, by be lawful for the Lord Lieutenant or other Chief Governor or published in

Governors of Ireland, by any order to be published in the Dublin
Dublin Gazette, Gazette, from Time to Time to order and declare that in and for
to continue
Security given any County or Barony in such Order specified the Provision
by Collectors herein-after contained relating to the Security to be given by
of Grand Jury any High Constable or Collector of Grand Jury Cess for the
Cess for the

due Collection of the same shall be in force during the then
current Year; and a Copy of such Order shall be transmitted to
the Secretary of the Grand Jury of such respective County ;
and from the making of such Order thenceforth as to any such
County or Barony it shall be and be deemed valid and sufficient,
for the Purposes of the said recited Act, that any such Bond and
Warrant of Attorney to confess Judgment to the Treasurer in
the said Act directed to be given, and so given and entered into
during the then current Year in which such Order shall have
been made, shall be conditioned for any such High Constable
or Collector duly collecting and paying to the County Treasurer
all such public Money so required by him to be collected as he
shall receive, or as he without Neglect or wilful Default might
have received; and any such last-mentioned Bond and Warrant,
without any Stamp, shall be as valid and effectual for the Pur-
poses of the said Act, or any Act amending the same, and shall
be deemed to be within the Meaning and subject to the Provi-
sions of the said recited Act, or any Act amending the same,
as fully and effectually as any such Bond and Warrant as is by

the said recited Act prescribed. piel 79 7:"".
A Special Ses- II. And be it enacted, That in every County in which or
sions to be held in any Barony of which the Provision of this Act last aforesaid
to examine
Collector's

shall be in force in manner aforesaid, it shall be lawful for the Accounts, and Secretary of the Grand Jury of such County and he is hereby to certify the

required, by Notice under his Hand to be posted at the usual
Amount he
might without Places for posting public Notices in each Barony next herein-
Neglect or after mentioned, to convene a Special Sessions for the Exami-
wilful Default nation of the Collector's Accounts, to be holden in each Barony
have received.

in which such last-mentioned Provision shall be so in force at
the usual Place for holding Presentment Sessions, on a certain
Day not more than Ten Days previously to the First Day of
the assembling of the Grand Jury at each Assizes, at which said
Special Sessions respectively the several Justices of the County
shall be entitled to attend and take a Part in the Proceedings,
and also such Cess-payers as were associated with the Justices
at the Presentment Sessions held for such respective Barony
after the then last Assizes; and at such Special Sessions in each
such Barony, the High Constable or Collector of the same is
hereby required to attend and produce his Accounts, Books,
and Vouchers relating to the Collection of Grand Jury Cess in
such Barony before such Justices and Cess-payers, who shall
examine the same; and after due Examination of the same, and
after Examination of such High Constable or Collector or other

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Person or Persons upon Oath relating to the same, which Oath
any such Justice shall be empowered to administer, such Jus-
tices and Cess-payers shall determine' and ascertain the Amount
of the Sums whiclı such High Constable or Collector shall have
received or without Neglect or wilful Default might have received
and collected of the Amount of the Grand Jury Cess required
to be collected by him since the then last Assizes, and shall
cause the Chairman of such Special Sessions to certify under his
Hand the Amount thereof which without Neglect or wilful De-
fault might have been so collccted, and also the Amount actually
collected, together with a List of the Persons and Lands froin
whom or which sach Cess has not been collected, and also a List
of the Persons and Lands, if any, from whom or which the same
might have been so collected and has not been collected; and Certificate and
such Certificate and Lists/ shall by the Seéretary of the Grand Lists to be laid
Jury be laid before the Grand Jury at the then next Assizes, Jury, and if
who shall take the same into their Consideration; and if they approved and
shall pass a Resolution approving of such Certificate, or approv- over, Collector
ing thereof subject to any Modification, and if such High Con- to be entitled
stable or Colleetor shall duly pay or shall have paid over to the to Poundage.
respective Treasurer of the County the whole Amount which it
shall appear by such Certificate, so approved or modified, might
without Neglect ori) wilful Defauld have been collected, such
High Constable or Collector in such Case shall receive and be
paid his Poundage as in the said first-redited Act, or any Act
amending the samo, and this Aet, provided, upon the Amount so
collected and paid over to the Treasurer. - films

HIL Provided always, and be it enacted, That as regards Provision for
any such County or Barony specified in such Order as aforesaid, appointing a
where a Collector has not yet been appointed for any Barony any County or
to collect the County Cess payable before the Summer Assizes Barony spe-
of this Year, in such Case, at any Titne previous to the Summer cified in the
Assizes of this Year, the Appointment of any such High Con- the Summer
stable or Collector may be made for such Barony by the Trea- Assizes of this
surer of such respective County, and such Socurity as aforesaid Year.
may be given before such Treasurer, and such Appointment and
Security so made and given shall be as valid and effectual to all
Intents and Purposes, and subject to like Provisions and Powers,
as if such High Constable or Collector had been duly appointed
by the Grand Jury or any Quarter Sessions or Special Sessions,
and such Security had been duly given in the Manner in the said
recited Act or any Act amending the same directed: Provided
always, that in such last-mentioned Case the Examination of
the Accounts, Books, and Vouchers of the High Constable or
Collector, instead of being held and had before a Special Session
as herein-before provided, shall be held and had before any Three
Members of the Grand Jury of such County at the said Summer
Assizes, in like Manner and with like Powers, who may grant a
like Certificate, which shall be laid before the said Grand Jury
and shall be dealt with in like Manner and deemed and taken
as if the same had been made and given at a Special Session as
herein-before mentioned.

IV. And

Collector shall

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IV. And be it enacted, That any such High Constable or pay his Collec. Collector shall, on or before the First Day of every Month, or tion monthly to the County

so often as he shall have received One hundred Pounds, pay into Bank, or as the County Bank, to the Credit of the Treasurer of the County, soon as he has the Sums he may have received up to such' Period, and shall received 1001.

furnish to the Treasurer of the County an Account of the Sums so received and paid in.

bitions Powers of this V. And be it enacted, That the Proceedings, Powers, and Act may be Authorities and Provisions by this Act authorized and provided exercised to the End of the

may (save when hereby otherwise declared) be had, taken, and Year 1851. exercised during the present Year, and to the End of the Year Interpretation. One thound be if fenacted, that in the Construction of this Act, of Terms.

unless the Subject or Context require another Construction, the Word “County" shall extend to a County of a City or County of a Town, and the Word "Barony." shall extend to any District for which any such Collector may be or may have been

appointed under the Powers by Law given in that Behalf. Act may be VII. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended or amended, &c. repealed by any Act to be passed in this present Session of Parliament.

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* , , , , , , CAP. XXXVII.

! jul. An Act to continue to the First Day of October One

thousand eight hundred and fifty, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

[13th July 1849.] WHEREAS an Act was passed in the Fourth Year of

the Reign of Her Majesty, intituled An Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies, which Act has been con

tinued by sundry Acts until the First Day of October in the • Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, and to the « End of the then next Session of Parliament, and it is expe

dient that the same should be further continued :' 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 Recited Act Authority of the same, That the said Act shall be further confurther con- tinued to the First Day of October in the Year One thousand tinued.

eight hundred and fifty, and to the End of the then next Session

of Parliament. * Act may be

II. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended or amended, &c. repealed by any Act to be passed in this present Session of

Parliament.

3 & 4 Vict. c. 110.

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1849. Assaults (Ireland). ---Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction. Cap.38,39. 235

CAP. XXXVIII. .
An Act to continue for Five Years an Act of the

Second and Third Years of Her present Majesty, for
the better Prevention and Punishment of Assaults in
Ireland.

[13th July 1849.]
WHEREAS an Act was passed in the Session of Parlia-

ment holden in the Second and Third Years of the • Reign of Her present Majesty, intituled An Act for the 2& 3 Viet. c. 77. better Prevention and Punishment of Assaults in Ireland for ! Five Years; And whereas by an Act of the Seventh and 7 & 8 Vict. Eighth Years of Her Majesty's Reign the said first-recited c. 23.

Act was continued, and will expire on the First Day of Sep'tember in this present Year, and it is expedient further to con• tỉnue the same: 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 First-recited the said first-recited Act shall be and continue in full Force Act continued and Effect for the further Period of Five Years from the said First Day of September in this present Year.

II. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended or Act may be repealed by any Act to be passed in this present Session of amended, &c. Parliament.

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CAP. XXXIX.
An Act for further continuing, until the First Day of

August One thousand eight hundred and fifty, and
to the End of the then next Session of Parliament,
certain temporary Provisions concerning Ecclesias-
tical Jurisdiction in England. (13th July 1849.]
W Ꮃ HEREAS an Act was passed in the Tenth and Eleventh

Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty, intituled
« An Act to amend the Law as to Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in 10 & 11 Vict.

England, by which it was enacted, that certain of the Pro- c. 98.
'visions therein contained should continue until the First Day
! of August One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, and,
{ if Parliament were then, sitting, until the End of the then

Session of Parliament; and such Provisions have, by an Act 11 & 12 Vict.
passed in the last Session of Parliament, been continued until c. 67.
the First Day of August One thousand eight hundred and
forty-nine, and to the End of the then next Session of Parlia-
• ment: And whereas it is expedient that the said Provisions
• should be further continued :' 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 the said Provisions of the said firstly-recited Act Certain Provi-
shall continue until the First Day of August One thousand eight sions of first-

recited Act

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