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(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hereby repealed; or (d) any investigation, legal proceeding or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 proceedirg and remedy may be carried on as if this Act had not passed;

or

(e) any act in which the enactments

hereby repealed have been applied,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.

Extent of Repeal

1st October 1734... An Act for preventing clandestine marriages..

The whole Act.

2nd October 1739... An additional Act for preventing clandestine marriages..

The whole Act.

6th March 1839... An Act to amend the Laws relating to marriage in The whole Act exthis Island.

cept sections twelve and four

teen. 28th March 1860. A Declarative Act relating to marriage licences. The whole Act.

An Act to make valid the marriage of a man with

SCHEDULE
Title of Act.

Date of Act.

26th May 1885...

tbe sister of in deceased wife...

The whole Act.

5th November 1885. An Act to authorise civil marriages to be celebra

ted before police magistrates in this Island without any religious ceremony.

The whole Act.

7th February 1887. An Act to amend “The Civil Marriage Act 1885.” The whole Act.

CAP, XXI.
(Assented to 28th March 1891.)
BARBADOS.
An Act to consolidate and amend the Acts

of this Island relating to closing of shops.
E it enacted by the Governor, Council,

and Assembly of this Island, and by the authority of the same as follows :

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Short title.

“ The Shops

1. This Act may be cited as (Closing) Act, 1891.”

Closing at night. 2. (1) All shops in any part of this Island wherein rum or other spirituous or strong liquors closed at 9

Shops for sale of liquors or any other article or thing what- o'clock at night exsoever shall or may be sold or retailed shall cept Saturdays, be shut up and closed by nine o'clock at when closed at ten, night and shall not be opened before six o'clock in the morning : except on Saturdays when all such shops shall be shut up and closed by ten o'clock at night.

(2.) Nothing in this section contained shall extend or be construed to extend to extend to druggist

Section not to druggists shops as regards the sale of drugs shops. and other medicines.

Closing on Sundays, &c. 3. (1) No person shall expose for sale or

Every person who cause or procure to be exposed for sale, or exposes for sale,

sells, or purchases shall sell or purchase or cause to be sold or

any articles on Sunpurchased, any goods, chattels, wares, mer- day liable to chandize, or other articles whatsoever, on penalty not exceedany Sunday, Christmas Day, Good Friday, or ing two pounds. other day set apart by public proclamation for divine service.

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Cases excepted (2) There shall be excepted from the from the operation operation of this section, of the Act.

(1) the sale or purchase of any drugs or

medicines, (2) the sale or purchase of bread, fresh

fish, butchers' meat, or ice, not later

than piae o'clock in the morning, (3) the sale or purchase of milk not

later than nine o'clock in the morning and between the hours of three o'clock and six o'clock in the after

noon, (4) the sale or purchase of cooked food

in hotels, inns, or taverns, (5) the sale or purchase of any article

required in cases of illness, of any person or animal where the seller thereof has reasonable grounds for believing such article to be required for either of those purposes—the reasonableness whereof is to be determined by the police magistrate before whom any complaint is heard.

Penalties. Penalty for 4. (1) Every person offending against breach of section. either of the provisions of this Act shall be lia

ble to a penalty not exceeding forty shillings, to be recovered in a summary manner before a police magistrate on the complaint of any person, and paid one half to the complainant, and the residue into the public

treasury for public uses. Within what time

(2.) All complaints under this Act shall offences to be prose- be preferred within one month of the dat cuted.

of the commission of the offences complained against

Repeal 5. The several Acts mentioned in the

schedule to this Act are hereby repealed to the extent mentioned provided that

(1.) 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.

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

hereby repealed nor any thing duly
done or suffered under any enact-

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

liability acquired, accrued or incurred under any enactment hereby re

pealed; or (C) any penalty, forfeiture or punishment

incurred in respect of any offence committed against any enactment

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

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

passed ; or (e) any act in which the enactments here

by repealed bave been applied, in.

corporated or referred to (3.) This repeal shall not revive any enactment, right, office, privilege, matter or thing not in force or existing at the passing of this Act.

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