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now in force whether made under any enact. ment hereby repealed or not shall continue in force until otherwise provided ; and

(2.) Any officerappointed under any enactment hereby repealed shall continue and be deemed to have been duly appointed under this Act ; and

(3.) Any enactment or document referring to any Act or enactment hereby repealed shall be construed to refer to this Act or to the corresponding enactment in this Act.

(4.) This repeal shall not affect (a) The past operation of any enactment

hereby repealed nor any thing duly done or suffered under any en ict

ment hereby repealed : or (6) any right, privilege, obligation, or lia

bility acquired, accrued, or incurred,

under any enactment hereby repeal(c) any penalty, forfeiture, or punishment

incurred in respect of any offence committed against any enactments

hereby repealed; or (d) any investigation, legal proceeding or

remedy in respect of any such right, privilege, obligation, liability, penalty forfeiture, or punishment as aforesaid ; and any such investigation, legal proceeding ard remedy may be carried on as if this Act had not

passed ; or (e) any Act in which the enactment,

hereby repealed have been applied

incorporated or referred to (5.) This repeal shall not revive any enactment, right, office, privilege, matter or thing not in force or existing at the passing of this Act.

ed; or


Form of Jury List and Notice subjoined.
List of all Men within the parish of

liable to serve on Juries.
Christian and Sur-
Place of Residence. name at full

Title, Calling Nature of Qualification
length. or Business.


G. H. Parochial Treasurer for the Parish of Take notice that all objections to the foregoing list will be heard by the Police Magistrate of this Parish on the

day of

next, at the hour of in the

noon, at Dated the day of

G. H

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6th September 1834.. An Act for improving the administration of jus-
tice in criminal cases in this Island

Section 15.
26th October, 1836... An Act for the support of the Freeholders who

may hereafter be returned to serve as Jurors
at the Court of Grand Sessions, and for the
support of the Marshals and Constables who

may be in attendance on the said Court... Sections 1 2 3
8th February 1845.. An Act to amend the Law relating to Jurors
and Juries..

The whole Act.
3rd May, 1855. An Act to amend the Act relating to Jurors and

The whole Act.
20th May, 1878. An Act to provide for the payment of the Jurors

who may be returned to serve at the Court
of Grand Sessions, under the Act of the 3rd
May, 1855, entitled, “ An Act to amend The
Act relating to Jurors and Juries.

The whole Act.
30th October, 1885... An Act to amend the Acts relating to Jurors
and Juries..

The wbole Act.
10th November 1885 An Act to further amend the administration of
criminal law in this Island.

Section 4
15th July, 1889. An Act to provide for the payment of Jurors
in civil causes.

The whole Act. CAP. XIX.

(Assented to 26th March 1891.)
An Act to consolidate and amend the Acts of

this Island relating to the Westbury
E it enacted by the Governor, Council

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Interpretation clauso

the authority of the same, as follows;

Short title. 1. This Act may be cited as The Westbury Cemetery Act, 1891."

Interpretation. 1. In this Act the following words and expressions shall have the several meanings hereby assigned to them, unless there be something in the subject or context repug. nant to such construction, that is to say, the parish” shall mean the parish of

Saint Michael. “the vestry” shall mean the vestry of the

parish of Saint Michael, “ the board” shall mean the Board of

Commissioners appointed under the provisions of this Act, for carrying

the same into execution ; “the Cemetery" shall mean the burial

ground adjoining Westbury road purchased for that purpose bythe vestry

of the parish of Saint Michael ; “the Chapel" shall mean the Chapel

erected by the said vestry, on the lands purchased by them for the said

burial ground. the Established Church" shall mean the

Anglican Church in this Island. - the Chaplain" shall' mean the Chaplain for the time being of the said burial

“ the Sexton” shall mean the person ap-

pointed by the Board to have charge
of theChapel, and of the register of
burials appointed under the provi-

sions of this Act.
2. The vestry shall in each year at their

Vestry to elect a first meeting after their election, appoint Board of 5 mombers. from among their own body five of their members, to be a Board of Commissioners, for the time being, for carrying this Act into execution, who shall be styled “the Westbury Cemetery Board."

3. The fee simple of and in the Cemetery Cemetery, vested is vested in the Board and their successors, in the Board.

4. Any vacancy which shall at any time Vacancy in board. occur in the Board, either from death, absence from the Island, incapacity to act or otherwise, shall be immediately filled up by the vestry, by appointing any other member of their body in the place of the member dying, departing from the Island, or becoming incapacitated to act, or otherwise vacating his office, as occasion shall require,

5. The Board shall meet at regular stated Meetings of times, to be fixed by them, at their office, or

Board. at some other convenient place previously notified to the members thereof; and the Board may meet at such other time, as at any previous meeting shall be determined upon, and it shall be at all times competent for

any two members of the Board, by writing under their hands, to summon, with at least twenty-four hours' notice, the Board for any special purpose, mentioned in such writing, and to meet at such times as shall be appointed therein.

6. At all meetings of the Board, any Quorum

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