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ried women. (25th April 1891.)..... 40. An Act to consolidate and amend the

Acts of this Island, relating to the
Chief Justice, Attorney General, and

Solicitor General. (25th April 1891) 41. An Act to consolidate the Acts relat

ing to the Post Office. (30th April

1891.)... 42. An Act to consolidate and amend the

Acts of this Island relating to the

fire Brigade. (30th April 1891.)... 43. An Act to consolidate and amend the

Acts of this Island relating to police

magistrates. (2nd May 1891)....... 44. An Act to consolidate and amend the

several Acts and resolutions granting
annuities out of the public treasury.

(2nd May 1891.) ....
45. An Act to consolidate and amend the

Acts of this Island relating to the
payment of witnesses and interpre-

ters. (11th May 1891.)......
46. An Act to grant an additional sum of

money out of the public treasury and
to appropriate

the same for the ser-
vice of the year ended the thirty
first day of December one thousand
eight hundred and ninety. (11th

May 1891.).....
47. An' Act to amend “The Petty Debt

Act 1890", and "The Assistant
Court of Appeal Act, 1891. (25th

May 1891.).........
48. An Act to amend “The Bank Holidays'

Act 1890. (25th May 1891)......... 49. An Act to consolidate and amend the

Acts of this island relating to the
court of Ordinary. (30th May 1891)

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50. An Act to consolidate and amend the

Acts of this Island relating to the
City of Bridgetown, and the towns
known as Speights Town and Hole

Town. (2nd June 1891.)......
51. An Act to consolidate and amend cer-

tain Acts of this Island relating to
the remedies of Judgment Creditors.

(5th June, 1891.)......
52. An Act to consolidate and amend the

laws of this Island relating to the
court of grand sessions and the an-
ministration of justice in criminal

cases in this Island. (5th June 1891.) 53. An Act to consolidate and amend the

laws of this Island relating to the

court of Common Pleas......
54. An Act to consolidate and amend the

Acts of this Island relating to mer-
chant ships and seamen,

(9th June
1891.).....
55. An Act to amend The Barbados Gen-

eral Hospital Act, 1890.”.

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LAWS OF BARBADOS,

CAP. I.
(Assented to 28th January 1891.)
BARBADOS.
An Act to amend "The Petty Debt Act,

1890.")
HEREAS it is expedient to amend

" The Petty Debt Act, 1890":-Be it therefore enacted by the Governor, Council and Assembly of this Island and by the authority of the same as follows :

1. The provisions of “The Assistant Court of Appeal Act 1853,” shall extend to all from all Petty Debt

Gives an Appeal judgments and decisions given by the Judges Court decisions. of the Petty Debt Courts under “ The Petty Debt Act, 1890.” hereinafter called the principal Act.

2. This and the principal Act shall be taken and read together as one Act.

CAP. II.

(Assented to 11th February 1891.)
BARBADOS.
An Act to regulate and define the position of

certain persons while in Barbados.
HEREAS Ja Ja the late King of

Opobo has for some time past been

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in receipt of an annual allowance from Great Britain and residing under surveillance in the Island of St. Vincent together with his family and certain of his followers; And Whereas he is now in ill health and it is desirable that he should for the benefit of his health come to Barbados, but before he can do so it is necessary that the position in this Island of the said Ex King Ja Ja and of any of his family or followers who may come to Barbados should be regulated and defined; Be it therefore enacted by the Governor Council and Assembly of this Island and by the authority of the same, as

follows: Ex King Ja Ja 1. It shall be lawful for the Governor to may be kept under receive and to keep under surveillance in surveillance in this this Island during Her Majesty's pleasure Island.

ex King Ja Ja and any of his family and followers who may come to Barbados as

aforesaid. In whose custody.

2. Every person so received and kept shall, whilst detained under Her Majesty's pleasure, be under the legal custody of the Inspector General and the several members of the police force, and also of such person or persons as may from time to time be specially appointed by the Governor in that

behalf. Penalty for aid 3. Any person aiding or abetting or in ng or abetting his any manner conniving at any escape or atescape.

tempt to escape of any person so received and kept as aforesaid during such detention as aforesaid shall be guilty of a misdemea nor

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