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Years on the Thirty-first Day of December in every Year, the first of such Payments to be made on the Thirty-first Day of December One thousand eight hundred and sixty-one. The said yearly Sums of Six hundred Pounds, making in the whole the Sum of Nine thousand Pounds, may be paid out of any Monies belonging to the said Trustees, instead of being payable exclusively out of the Tolls charged
with the said Debt. (2.) The said Sum of Nine thousand Pounds in manner
aforesaid shall be in full Satisfaction of the Debt of Sixteen thousand seven hundred and sixty Pounds Seven Shillings and Eightpence, in the said Schedule mentioned, and Interest thereon; and on the Completion of such Payments as aforesaid the said Debt of Sixteen thousand seven hundred and sixty Pounds Seven Shillings and Eightpence, and all Interest
thereon, shall be extinguished. (3.) From and after the Thirty-first Day of December One
thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, Section Thirtysix of “ The Holyhead Road Act, 1826," and Sections Twenty-two, Twenty-three, Twenty-five, and Twenty-six of “ The Holyhead Road Act, 1836," shall be repealed, and all Tolls leviable under the said
Sections shall thereupon cease. (4.) On or before the Thirty-first of January One thousand
eight hundred and sixty-two, the Trustees of the Stratford and Dunchurch Road Trust shall sell the Geese Bridge Toll Gate, with its Appurtenances, and all Land belonging thereto, and shall pay the Proceeds of such Sale to the Commissioners, as well as the Tolls received at such Toll Gate up to the said Thirty-first Day of December One thousand eight hundred and sixty-one.
General Provisions. Priority of
9. All Payments hereby required to be made by the Payments. Trustees of any Trust to the Commissioners shall be a First
Charge on all the Tolls leviable by such Trustees, and shall be paid thereout in priority to all other Payments whatsoever,
except the Expenses of collecting the Tolls. Penalty on
10. If the Trustees of any Trust fail in making any Paydefault in Pay. ment to the Commissioners hereby required to be made for
a Period of Four Weeks after the Day appointed for Payment thereof, the Commissioners may enter into possession of all or any of the Toll Gates belonging to such Trust, and levy all the Tolls authorized to be levied at such Gates or Gate, and may, out of the Proceeds of such Tolls, after Payment of all Expenses incurred by them in taking such Possession, apply the same in Payment of the Instalments or other Monies for the Time being due to them under this Act, rendering the Over
plus, if any, to the Trustees in default; and the Commis-
11. The Commissioners, on entering into possession of the Powers of
and Entry into
possession. cise and put in force all the Powers and Provisions which might be put in force by the last-mentioned Trustees with respect to the Levy of Tolls, the Appointment of Toll Collectors, the Erection or Removal of Toll Gates, and all other Matters relating to Tolls.
12. All Provisions contained in any Local or other Act of Provisions in Parliament inconsistent with the Provisions of this Act shall be Acts inconsis
tent with this, repealed.
of Loans to the under-mentioned Districts of the Holyhead
the County of Cork from the Town of Mallow to
[11th July 1861.] WHEREAS by an Act passed in the Parliament of Ire- 5 Geo. 3. (1.)
land in the Fifth Year of the Reign of King George the Third, it was provided that the Infirmary for the County [No. 18. Price 2d.]
of Cork should be erected and established in the Town of
· Mallow; and by another Act, passed in the said Parliament 11 & 12 G. 3. " in the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of the said Reign, an (I.) c. 23.
Infirmary was established in the South Suburbs of the City of • Cork, now called “ The South Charitable Infirmary :" And
whereas the Town of Mallow is found to be an inconvenient Situation for the Infirmary for the County of Cork, and it is
expedient that the Grand Jury of the said County should be • enabled to remove the same to the South Charitable Infirmary
in the City of Cork, or to any other Building to which such • last-mentioned Infirmary shall be at any Time removed :' 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: Grand Jury of
1. It shall be lawful, subject as herein-after provided, for the County of Cork Grand Jury of the County of Cork, if they shall so think fit, may remove the Infirmary
to remove the Infirmary for the County of Cork from the Town for the County of Mallow to the said South Charitable Infirmary in the City of of Cork from Cork, or to any other Building to which the said last-mentioned Mallow to the City of Cork.
Infirmary may be hereafter removed; and from and after such Removal it shall be lawful for the Grand Jury of the County of Cork, from Time to Time, to present such Sums as they are now by Law authorized to present for the Infirmary of the said County, for the Purpose of establishing, maintaining, and supporting the said South Charitable Infirmary, and also such further Sum, not exceeding in the whole the Sum of One thousand Pounds, for the Purpose of erecting, enlarging, or furnishing any Buildings intended for the Use of such lastmentioned Infirmary: Provided always, that the Sums so presented in any One Year by the said Grand Jury (except the Sum of One thousand Pounds, herein-before mentioned shall not exceed the Sums presented in such Year for such Purpose by the Town Council of the Borough of Cork ; and provided also, that One Half of the Accommodation afforded by the said last-mentioned Infirmary shall be for the Use of Patients to be
received therein from the County of Cork. Lord Lieute- 2. Upon Presentment being made, as herein provided, for nant may direct Payment to the Commissioners for General Control and Corthe old Cork Lunatic Asy
respondence, and for superintending and directing the Erection, lum to be trans. Establishment, and Regulation of Asylums for the Lunatic ferred to the Poor in Ireland, of the Sum of Four hundred and seventy Trustees of the Pounds, being the Amount due to the said Commissioners for table Infirmary
Rent and Arrears of Rent and Costs of Maintenance of the for the Pur- Building hereby authorized to be transferred, it shall be lawful poses of this Act.
for the Lord Lieutenant or other Chief Governor or Governors of Ireland to order and direct that the Building formerly used as the Cork District Lunatic Asylum, and the Ground and Soil appertaining thereto, and the several Materials and Appurtenances, and all Rights, Interests, and Liabilities connected therewith, shall be transferred to the Trustees of the said
South Charitable Infirmary, or any Three of them, and their
Rights the City of Cork under the Provisions of this Act, or anything of W. Galwey, in this Act contained, shall not extend or be construed to ex- County of Cork tend to alter or take away any Right now vested in William Infirmary. Galwey, the Surgeon of the said Infirmary, to any annual 5 G. 3. (I.) Allowance or Stipend under the Provisions of an Act passed 14 & 15 Vict. in the Parliament of Ireland in the Fifth Year of King George the Third, Chapter Twenty, as the same is amended by an Act passed in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Years of Her Majesty, Chapter Sixty-eight; and the same shall from Time to Time be paid to him upon the Certificate of the Secretary of the Grand Jury of the County of Cork, stating that the said William Galwey is the Person entitled to such annual Allowance or Stipend under the Provisions of the said last-recited Acts and this Act.
the General Assembly of New Zealand, intituled An
[11th July 1861.] WI VHEREAS by an Act of the Session holden in the
Fifteenth and Sixteenth Years of Her Majesty, in- 15 & 16 Vict. tituled An Act to grant a Representative Constitution to the c. 72.
Colony of New Zealand, it was provided that certain Pro'vinces therein mentioned should be established in the said Colony, and that in every such Province there should be a
• Provincial Council, and that there should be in the said • Colony a General Assembly competent to make Laws for the * Peace, Order, and good Government of the same; and by • the Sixty-ninth Section of the said Act it was further pro• vided that it should be lawful for the said General Assembly
to constitute new Provinces in the said Colony, and to appoint the Number of Members of which the Provincial Councils
thereof should consist, and to alter the Boundaries of any • Provinces for the Time being existing, provided always that
any Bill for any of the said Purposes should be reserved ' for the Signification of Her Majesty's Pleasure thereon : And
whereas by an Act of the Session holden in the Twentieth 20 & 21 Vict. and Twenty-first Years of Her Majesty, intituled An Act to
' amend an Act for granting a Representative Constitution to the
Colony of New Zealand, it was enacted that the Sixty-ninth
Section of the said first-recited Act should be repealed, and • that it should be lawful for the said General Assembly to 'alter, suspend, or repeal all or any of the Provisions of the • said Act, except the Third Section, and certain others therein
specified: And whereas the said General Assembly, by an Act passed in a Session holden in the Twenty-first and Twenty-second Years of Her Majesty, intituled An Act lo
provide for the Establishment of new Provinces in New Zealand, • did authorize the Governor of the said Colony to establish
such new Provinces in manner therein mentioned, and the said Governor did establish certain new Provinces accordingly : And whereas Doubts are entertained whether it was competent to the said General Assembly to make such Pro
vision, and to the said Governor to establish such new • Provinces as aforesaid, and it is expedient that such Doubts • should be set at rest : And whereas it is also expedient that • the said General Assembly should be at liberty to alter Part
of the Third Section of the herein-before first-recited Act • of Parliament:' 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:
1. It shall be lawful for the said General Assembly, by any Power to General As. Act or Acts to be by them from Time to Time passed, or for sembly to con- the Officer administering the Government of Nero Zealand, stitute new Provinces.
acting under Authority of any such Act or Acts, to con-
2. It shall be lawful for the said General Assembly to alter, sembly to re- suspend, or repeal so much of the Third Section of the hereinpeal Part of 3d before first-recited Act of Parliament as provides that the 15&016 Vict. Provincial Council in each of the Provinces thereby established c. 72.