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corporated 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.

SCHEDULE “A.”

Porters' Fares.

1 hod. of fish or oats, 1
pun., 1 tierce or 5 brls.
1 hhd. sugar salt or
coal, 50 staves.

For carrying a load from any

part of the public wbarf to
Broad St., as low as Bull-
head Alley, Swan Street,
High St., and intervening s D SD
Streets and Alleys.......

10 10 From the public wharf to

Marlhill Street, Palmetto
St., and Roebuck, as far as
the corner of New St., and
Church Street.....

1. 01. 3 From the public wharf to

Constitution Hill, Roebuck,
as far as the corner of Pin-
fold St., the Street leading
by the Town Hall, as far as
Friendly Hall and interven-

ing Streets and Alleys...... 1. 31.8 From the public wharf to

James Street, Milk Market,
as far as the corner of James
Street, and Suttle Street,
Chapel St., lower end of
Broad Street, to the South
West Gate of St. Mary's

& D

church yard,

Cumberland S. D.
Street, and intervening

Streets and Alleys.... 1, 01 1.3 From the public wharf to

Quakers Meeting Street, that is, from the corcer of Milk Market and James Street to Greenpark road, Reed Street, Mason Hall St, and all intervening streets, lanes, and alleys, as also the alleys about Whitepark Road..

1. 3 1.8 From the public wharf to

Cheapside, from the Soutb West Gate of St. Mary's church yard, to Fontabelle and Lakes Folly...

1. 3 1.8 From the public wharf to Roe

buck beyond Pinfold Street,

and as far as the Garden... 1. 8 2.0 From the public wharf to Bay

Street as far as Jordans, commonly called Bedfords,

including Pier-Head......... 1 0 1 3 From the public wharf to Bay

Street, beyond Jordans, to the corner of Nelson Street, including Nelson Street and intervening streets and alleys......

1 311 8 From the wharf to Bay Street.

above the corner of Nelson
St., to Beckles Spring, in-
cluding the lane leading to
Enmore as also beyond the
Garden in the Roebuck as
far as the Gulley............ 20

2 026 From the wharf to Bay Street,

beyond Beckles spring to

Barrier Bridge at St. Ann's 2 6 3 4 From the wharf beyond the

Barrier Bridge at St. Ann's

to Commissariat Stores...... 3 4 4 2 From Engineers wharf to the

Commissariat stores at St.
Anns—if above 10 loads 1/,
or 1/3d. if under..... 1 31 1 8

SCHEDULE "B."

Boatmen's Fares. From the wharf to any vessel at anchor & D

or under weigh within the bay by message or letter.......

1 0 From ditto to ditto with one or two

passengers and return, being detained a quarter of an hour...... 1 8 Ditto being detained half an hour...... 2 O Ditto being detained one hour..... 3 0 From wharf to Engineers' wharf by message or letter...

2 0 From wharf to Engineers' wharf

with one or two passengers and return immediately..

2 6 Ditto being detained half an hour...... 3 0 Litto being detained an hour...... 4 2 For every subsequent hour detained... 18 For every passenger above two........ 0 6 For landing or taking off one or two passengers with

a full load of baggage.

4 2 Ditto with half load of baggage..

3 0 For towing a luggage boat from or to any vessel in the bay....

4 2 Time for Plying. From sunrise to sunset. Such hoatmen as may be disposed to do duty after sunset till

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Se 25th May 1875...

16th November 1835 An Ordinance relative to porters, carters,
boatmen, and labourers..

Section eight.
6th March 1838. An Act to confirm and establish certain laws

and regulations for the government of
the police already established in Speights
Town..

Section four.
25th May 1875... An Act to repeal certain Acts in relation

to boatmen, carters, and porters, and to

make other provisioas in lieu thereof...... The whole Act.
8th September 1880 An Act to amend the Act of the twenty fifth

day of May one thousand eight hundred
and seventy five, entitled, “ An Act to
repeal certain Acts in relation to boatmen,
carters and porters, and to make other
provisions in lieu thereof

The whole Act.

nine o clock, to be entitled to double fares.

W

CAP. XXIX
(Assented to 15th April, 1891.)
BA RBADOS.
An Act to extend the time within which the

vestry of the parish of Saint Michael may
lay rates for the current parochial year ;
and to authorise the vestry if they find
it necessary to do so to raise a loan to
enable them to carry on the affairs of
the parish until such rates shall be col-
lected.
HEREAS the vestry of the parish

of Saint Michael have by their humble petition to the Legislature praved in effect that the time within which the vestry may lay rates for the current parochial year(that is the year ending the twenty fourth day of March one thousand eight hundred and ninety two) may be extended ; and that the Vestry may be authorised if they find it necessary to do so to raise a loan not exceeding three thousand pounds to enable them to carry on the affairs of the parish until such rates shall be collected ; And Whereas it is deemed expedient for the reasons stated in the petition to grant the prayer thereof; Be it therefore enacted by the Governor, Council, and Assembly of this Island, and by the authority of the same, as follows;

1. This Act may be cited as The Saint Short title. Michael's Parish Rating and Loan Act, 189 1."

2. (1.) The time limited by law within Vestry of St. Mi. which the vestry of the parish of Saint chael authorised to Michael may make and set rates for the lay the rates for the

current year at any current parochial year under the authority time not later than of the several Acts of this Island author- 31st May 1891.

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