Statute Law Revision Act, 1875

SCHEDULE.


A description or citation of a portion of an Act is inclusive of the words, section, or other part, first or last mentioned, or otherwise referred to as forming the beginning, or as forming the end, of the portion comprised in the description or citation.


GEORGE I.

12 Geo. 1. c. 4.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act for continuing the Duties upon Malt,—and ends with the words,—Lottery Tickets and Orders, lost, burnt, or otherwise destroyed.

GEORGE IV.

1 & 2 Geo. 4. c. 77. in part.

An Act to abolish the Payment by Prisoners in Ireland of Gaol Fees, and all other Fees relating to the Commitment, Continuance, Trial, or Discharge of such Prisoners, and to prevent Abuses by Gaolers, Bailiffs, and other Officers - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eight.

3 Geo. 4. c. 18.

An Act to repeal the Excise Duty on Malt charged by an Act made in the Second Year of His present Majesty, to allow the said Duty on Malt in Stock, and to make Regulations for better securing the Duties on Malt.

6 Geo. 4. c. 50. in part.

An Act for consolidating and amending the Laws relative to Jurors and Juries - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Two, Three, and Four.

Section Five from “and shall annex” to the end of that Section.

Section Six to “upon any High Constable” and from “provided also, that where any Parish or Township” to the end of that Section.

Section Ten, the words “to the High Constable and” and from “and the High Constable shall receive” to the end of that Section.

Section Forty-four.

Section Forty-six, the words “to any High Constable, or”.

Sections Forty-eight and Forty-nine.

The Warrant for returning Lists of Jurors, and Precept for returning Lists of Jurors, in the Schedule.

7. Geo. 4. c. 74. in part.

An Act for consolidating and amending the Laws relating to Prisons in Ireland - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and eighteen to One hundred and twenty-two.

Section One hundred and twenty-three so far as it relates to the Marshalsea of the Four Courts.

Section One hundred and thirty-nine.

9 Geo. 4. c. 14. in part.

An Act for rendering a written Memorandum necessary to the Validity of certain Promises and Engagements - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 83. in part.

An Act to provide for the Administration of Justice in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, and for the more effectual Government thereof, and for other Purposes relating thereto - - } in part; namely,—

Section Thirty-eight.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

11 Geo. 4. & 1 Will. 4. c. 49.

An Act to impose additional Duties of Excise on Spirits.

WILLIAM IV.

2 & 3 Will. 4. c. 88. in part.

An Act to amend the Representation of the People of Ireland - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Fifty-five from “and that all Elections” to the end of that Section.

Section Sixty-eight from “and such Deputy” to the end of that Section.

3 & 4 Will. 4. c. 41. in part.

An Act for the better Administration of Justice in His Majesty's Privy Council - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-nine.

c. 74. in part.

An Act for the Abolition of Fines and Recoveries, and for the Substitution of more simple Modes of Assurance - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eighty-nine, the words “and may remove him at pleasure”.

4 & 5 Will. 4. c. 36. in part.

An Act for establishing a new Court for the Trial of Offences committed in the Metropolis and Parts adjoining - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Thirteen.

c. 85. in part.

An Act to amend an Act passed in the First Year of His present Majesty, to permit the general Sale of Beer and Cider by Retail in England - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eleven, the words “and also with reference to the Sureties of such Persons”, “and to the Sureties of all such Persons in respect of such Offences”, and “and to the Sureties of such Persons”.

5 & 6 Will. 4. c. 76. in part.

An Act to provide for the Regulation of Municipal Corporations in England and Wales - - } in part; namely,—

Section Forty-seven, the words “such Day not to be later than Ten Days after such Vacancy”.

Sections One hundred and twenty-two and One hundred and twenty-three.

6 & 7 Will. 4. c. 106. in part.

An Act to make Provision for the better and more expeditious Administration of Justice in the Stannaries of Cornwall, and for the enlarging the Jurisdiction and improving the Practice and Proceedings in the Courts of the said Stannaries - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eight, the words “Nisi Prius”.

7 Will. 4. & 1 Vict. c. 82. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Grand Juries in Ireland, so far as to empower the Grand Jury of the County of Fermanagh to reconstruct the Baronial Subdivisions of the said County - } in part; namely,—

Section Two from “and are hereby” to the end of that Section.

VICTORIA.

2 & 3 Vict. c. 47. in part.

An Act for further improving the Police in and near the Metropolis - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-five.

c. 70.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to amend an Act of the Ninth Year of King George the Fourth, to provide for the Administration of Justice in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land,—and ends with the words,—Session of Parliament.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 75. in part.

An Act for the better Regulation of the Constabulary Force in Ireland - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Five, the word “Paymasters”.

Section Seven, the words “Paymaster and”.

Sections Nine, Twelve, Thirteen, Eighteen, Twenty, and Twenty-one.

Section Twenty-four from “and the Payment” to the end of that Section.

Sections Twenty-six to Twenty-eight.

c. 78. in part.

An Act to make further Provisions relating to the Police in the District of Dublin Metropolis - } in part; namely,—

Sections Eleven and Seventeen.

3 & 4 Vict. c. 29.

An Act to extend the Practice of Vaccination.

The whole Act, so far as relates to Ireland.

c. 62. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue,—and ends with the words,—New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, and for the more effectual Government thereof, and for other Purposes relating thereto - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Four.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 96. in part.

An Act for the Regulation of the Duties of Postage - in part; namely,—

Section Twenty from “and all such Sums” to end of that Section.

c. 103. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the last Session for making further Provisions relating to the Police in the District of Dublin Metropolis - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 105. in part.

An Act for abolishing Arrest on Mesne Process in Civil Actions, except in certain Cases; for extending the Remedies of Creditors against the Property of Debtors; and for the further Amendment of the Law and the better Advancement of Justice in Ireland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Forty-six, Forty-seven, Fifty-one, and Fifty-two.

c. 108. in part.

An Act for the Regulation of Municipal Corporations in Ireland - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and ninety-five.

4 & 5 Vict. c. 32. in part.

An Act to amend an Act to extend the Practice of Vaccination - - - - - } in part; namely,—

The whole Act, so far as relates to Ireland.

5 & 6 Vict. c. 61. in part.

An Act to provide for the better Government of South Australia - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One to Three, Nine, Twelve, and Fourteen.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 76. in part.

An Act for the Government of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Fifty-five and Fifty-six.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

7 & 8 Vict. c. 72.

An Act to clear up Doubts as to the Regulation and Audit of the Accounts of the Customs in New South Wales.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 74. in part.

An Act to explain and amend the Act for the Government of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land } in part; namely,—

Sections Two, Four, Nine, and Ten.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 107. in part.

An Act to regulate and reduce the Expenses of the Offices attached to the Superior Courts of Law in Ireland payable out of the Consolidated Fund - } in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-eight, so far as relates to the Marshal of the Marshalsea of the Four Courts at Dublin.

8 & 9 Vict. c. 1.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-five.

c. 2.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue for Three Years the Stamp Duties,—and ends with the words,—until the Tenth Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-five.

c. 4.

An Act to continue for Three Years the Duties on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices.

c. 6.

An Act to repeal the Duties and Laws of Excise on Glass.

c. 7.

An Act to repeal the Duties of Customs due upon the Exportation of certain Goods from the United Kingdom.

c. 8.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 9.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 10. in part.

An Act to make certain Provisions for Proceedings in Bastardy - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One, Two, and Twelve.

The Schedule.

c. 11. in part.

An Act for assigning Sheriffs in Wales - - in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 15. in part.

An Act to repeal the Duties of Excise on Sales by Auction, and to impose a new Duty on the Licence to be taken out by all Auctioneers in the United Kingdom - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Four from “that Auctioneers” to “last-mentioned Licence; but”.

Section Five from “or under Authority of an Act passed in the Sixth and Seventh” to “Bill in Ireland;”.

Section Six so far as it relates to the repeal of part of 6 Geo. 4. c. 81.

Section Nine.

c. 16. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually inserted in Acts with respect to the Constitution of Companies incorporated for carrying on Undertakings of a public Nature - - } in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and fifty-two from “or if the Place” to end of that Section.

Section One hundred and sixty-four from “in case” to “Law,”.

Section One hundred and sixty-five.

c. 17. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually inserted in Acts with respect to the Constitution of Companies incorporated for carrying on Undertakings of a public Nature in Scotland } in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and sixty-seven.

c. 18. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually inserted in Acts authorising the taking of Lands for Undertakings of a public Nature - } in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and thirty-nine from “or if the Place” to end of that Section.

Section One hundred and fifty-three.

c. 19. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually inserted in Acts authorising the taking of Lands for Undertakings of a public Nature in Scotland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and forty-four.

c. 20. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually inserted in Acts authorising the making of Railways - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and fifty from “or if the Place” to end of that Section.

Sections One hundred and sixty-one and One hundred and sixty-five.

c. 23.

An Act for raising the Sum of Nine millions three hundred and seventy-nine thousand six hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-five.

c. 26. in part.

An Act to prevent fishing for Trout or other Fresh-water Fish by Nets in the Rivers and Waters in Scotland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Twelve.

c. 28. in part.

An Act to empower Canal Companies and the Commissioners of Navigable Rivers to vary their Tolls, Rates, and Charges on different Parts of their Navigations - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Seven.

c. 30. in part.

An Act to amend an Act passed in the Third and Fourth Years of the Reign of His late Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled An Act for the better Administration of Justice in His Majesty's Privy Council - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two from “after the said” to “forty-six”.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 32. in part.

An Act to alter and amend the Laws enabling Justices of the Peace in certain Cases to borrow Money on Mortgage of the County Rates, so far as the same relate to the County of Middlesex - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two from “when any” to “Fourth Year of the Reign of His said Majesty King George the Fourth, and also”, and from “and also when it” to “to the said County,”.

Sections Four and Six.

c. 33. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually inserted in Acts authorising the making of Railways in Scotland - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and fifty-five.

c. 34. in part.

An Act for abolishing the separate Seal Office of the Courts of Queen's Bench and Common Pleas - - - - - } :—

Repealed from the commencement of the “Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873”, except so far as relates to any annuity for the time being payable under this Act.

c. 35. in part.

An Act to simplify the Form and diminish the Expence of obtaining Infeftment in Heritable Property in Scotland - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eleven.

c. 37. in part.

An Act to regulate the Issue of Bank Notes in Ireland, and to regulate the Repayment of certain Sums advanced by the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland for the Public Service - - } in part; namely,—

Section One to “and forty-five” (where those words last occur).

Section Five.

Section Twenty-nine from “Provided always, that it shall” to end of that Section.

Sections Thirty-one and Thirty-three.

c. 38. in part.

An Act to regulate the Issue of Bank Notes in Scotland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-three.

c. 39. in part.

An Act to amend the Law of Arrestment of Wages in Scotland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 40.

An Act for amending an Act for making Provision for Parish Schoolmasters in Scotland.

c. 41. in part.

An Act for amending the Laws concerning Highways, Bridges, and Ferries in Scotland, and the making and maintaining thereof by Statute Service, and by the Conversion of Statute Service into Money - } in part; namely,—

Sections Fifteen and Sixteen.

Section Forty-five to “had not been passed; and”.

c. 42. in part.

An Act to enable Canal Companies to become Carriers of Goods upon their Canals - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Fourteen.

c. 46. in part.

An Act for the Appointment of additional Constables for keeping the Peace near Public Works in Ireland } in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 49.

An Act to settle an Annuity on Sir Henry Pottinger, Baronet, in consideration of his eminent Services.

c. 50. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Recovery of Loans made by the West India Relief Commissioners - - } in part; namely,—

Section Six.

c. 53.

An Act to continue to the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-six, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, certain Turnpike Acts.

c. 56. in part.

An Act to alter and amend an Act passed in the Third and Fourth Year of the Reign of Her present Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled An Act to enable the Owners of Settled Estates to defray the Expences of draining the same by way of Mortgage - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

Section Twelve, the words “and of the Proceedings before the Master”.

Section Fourteen from “Provided” to end of that Section.

Section Fifteen.

c. 57.

An Act to extend the Indemnity of Members of Art Unions against certain Penalties.

c. 58.

An Act to suspend until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-six the making of Lists and the Ballots and Enrolments for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 59.

An Act to continue to the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-six, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act for authorizing the Application of Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads.

c. 60.

An Act to continue to the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-six, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

c. 61. in part.

An Act to make certain further Provisions for the Consolidation of Turnpike Trusts in South Wales } in part; namely,—

Sections Four to Eight, Ten, Thirteen, and Fifteen.

c. 63. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Completion of a Geological Survey of Great Britain and Ireland, under the Direction of the First Commissioner for the Time being of Her Majesty's Woods and Works - - } in part; namely,—

Section Seven.

c. 64. in part.

An Act to amend certain Regulations respecting the Retail of Spirits in Ireland - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One to “shall be repealed; and that”, and from “and by another Act of the Second” to end of that Section.

Sections Four and Five.

c. 65.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to determine the countervailing Duties payable on Spirits,—and ends with the words,—compound Spirits from the said Islands.

c. 66. in part.

An Act to enable Her Majesty to endow new Colleges for the Advancement Learning in Ireland - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Twenty-one.

c. 68. in part.

An Act to stay Execution of Judgment for Misdemeanors upon giving Bail in Error - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “whether” to “this Act”, and from “to prosecute” to “adjudged;”.

Sections Three, Five, and Seven.

c. 69. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the Sixth Year of Her present Majesty, for promoting the Drainage of Lands, and Improvement of Navigation and Water Power in connexion with such Drainage, in Ireland - } in part; namely,—

Sections Six and Twenty-two.

c. 70. in part.

An Act for the further Amendment of the Church Building Acts - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three.

Section Nine from “and shall state” to “to belong;” and from “and the Right” to. “for his Licence;”.

Section Sixteen from “enrolled” to “or”.

Section Twenty-two from “and the Powers” to end of that Section.

c. 71. in part.

An Act to extend certain Provisions in the Act for consolidating and amending the Laws relating to Highways in England - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 73.

An Act to enable the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods and Works to apply certain Monies now in their Hands towards discharging the Incumbrances affecting the Shrewsbury and Holyhead Road.

c. 74. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the Seventh Year of King William the Fourth, for preventing the advertising of Foreign and other illegal Lotteries; and to discontinue certain Actions commenced under the Provisions of the said Act - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One, Two, and Five.

c. 76. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to increase the Stamp Duty on Licences to Appraisers,—and ends with the words,—regulating the Issue of Bank Notes in England - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “from” to “thereof”.

Section Six.

c. 77. in part.

An Act to make further Regulations respecting the Tickets of Work to be delivered to Persons employed in the Manufacture of Hosiery, in certain Cases - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “from” to “forty-six,”.

Section Ten.

c. 78.

An Act to provide for the Payment of Compensation Allowances to certain Persons connected with the Courts of Law in England, for Loss of Fees and Emoluments.

c. 79.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue until the First Day of October,—and ends with the words,—Liability to be rated as such, in respect of Stock in Trade or other Property, to the Relief of the Poor.

c. 80. in part.

An Act for regulating the Criminal Jurisdiction of Assistant Barristers as to certain Counties of Cities and Counties of Towns in Ireland - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Two and Three.

c. 81. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the last Session, for consolidating and amending the Laws for the Regulation of Grand Jury Presentments in the County of Dublin - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One, Six, Seven, Ten, and Thirteen.

c. 82.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray until the First Day of August One thousand eight hundred and forty-six the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—Militia; and to authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 83. in part.

An Act for the Amendment and better Administration of the Laws relating to the Relief of the Poor in Scotland - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Fifty-nine from “and the Inspectors” to end of that Section.

Section Eighty-three.

Section Ninety-one to “also, that”.

Section Ninety-two.

c. 84.

An Act to repeal the several Laws relating to the Customs.

c. 87.

An Act for the Prevention of Smuggling.

c. 90.

An Act for granting Duties of Customs.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 95.

An Act to exempt Van Diemen's Land from the Provisions of an Act, intituled An Act for regulating the Sale of Waste Land belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colonies.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 99. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to amend an Act,—and ends with the words,—His Majesty's Woods, Forests, Parks, and Chases; and for other Purposes relating to the said Land Revenue - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three.

Section Ten from “and every” to end of that Section.

c. 100. in part.

An Act for the Regulation of the Care and Treatment of Lunatics - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

Section Three from “out of the Monies” to “mentioned,” and from “by Four equal” to end of that Section.

Section Nine, the words “the said Robert Wilfred Skeffington Lutwidge, and”, “the said Robert Wilfred Skeffington Lutwidge, or”, “the said Robert Wilfred Skeffington Lutwidge, or other”, from “out of the Monies” to “mentioned,”, and from “by Four equal” to end of that Section.

Section Eleven from “or of any” to “them,” and from “and such Salaries” to end of that Section.

Section Thirteen.

Section Twenty-four from “Provided always, that all” to end of that Section.

Section Thirty-three.

Section Thirty-four, the words “and paid” (where they first occur).

Section Forty-one from “either” to “Act,”.

Section Forty-two from “either before” to “Act,”.

Section Fifty-two from “according” to “Act,”.

Section Fifty-nine from “according” to “Act,”.

Section Eighty-two from “Provided” to end of that Section.

Section Ninety from “or under” to “repealed,”.

Section Ninety-nine from “or by” to “herein-before repealed”, and the words “or has received” and “or any of the said repealed Acts,”.

Section One hundred and five from “or of any” to “repealed,”.

Sections One hundred and seven and One hundred and eighteen.

Schedules (B.), (C.), (D.), (F.), and (H.).

c. 102.

An Act to continue until the First Day of January One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one an Act for exempting certain Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes from the Operation of the Laws relating to Usury.

c. 103.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue until the Thirty-first Day of August,—and ends with the words,—Substitution of an equivalent Quantity of Flour or Biscuit in the Warehouse.

c. 105.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act for amending certain Acts of the Fourth and Fifth Years,—and ends with the words,—Duties of the Subpœna Office after the Death, Resignation, or Removal of the present Patentee of that Office.

c. 106. in part.

An Act to amend the Law of Real Property - in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 107. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act for the Establishment of a Central Asylum for Insane Persons charged with Offences in Ireland,—and ends with the words,—District Lunatic Asylum - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Eighteen and Twenty-eight.

c. 108. in part.

An Act for the further Amendment of an Act of the Sixth Year of Her present Majesty, for regulating the Irish Fisheries - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-seven.

c. 109. in part.

An Act to amend the Law concerning Games and Wagers - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Ten from “required” to “for such Billiard Licence, and”.

Section Fourteen from “and in the Case” to end of that Section.

Sections Fifteen, Sixteen, and Twenty-six.

c. 110. in part.

An Act for the better collecting Borough and Watch Rates in certain Places - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two from “such” to “any”.

Section Three from “by any such” to “aforesaid, or”.

Section Four to “Place, and”, the words “District Rate, or” and “general Borough Rate or”, and from “and that” to “Denomination to be made and laid on such Place by the Council of such Borough;”.

Section Five, the words “any District Rate, or” and “District Rate, or” (wherever they occur).

Section Seven from “for the Person” to “them, and”, the word “Parishes,” (where it next occurs), and the words “District Rate, or” (wherever they occur).

Sections Eight and Nine.

c. 113. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Admission in Evidence of certain official and other Documents - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Six and Seven.

c. 115. in part.

An Act for the Appointment of a Taxing Master for the High Court of Chancery in Ireland - } in part; namely,—

Sections Twelve and Sixteen.

c. 117. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Removal of poor Persons born in Scotland, Ireland, the Islands of Man, Scilly, Jersey, or Guernsey, and chargeable in England - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Nine.

Schedules (A.) and (B.)

Schedule (C.) so far as it relates to Ireland.

c. 118. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to facilitate the Inclosure and Improvement of Commons and Lands held in common,—and ends with the words,—Revival of such Powers in certain Cases - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two to “Execution of this Act; and”.

Section Three from “the several” to “and also”, from “which may not” to “Direction of Parliament,”, from “as well” to “Cases aforesaid”, the words “authorised and” (where they first occur), and from “in Inclosures” to “authorised, and”.

Sections Four and Five.

Section Six to “Appointments under this Act; and”.

Section Seven.

Section Twenty-five, the words “to sanction such Inclosure, or” and “as the Case may require;”.

Section Twenty-seven from “to authorize” to “or (as the Case may be)”, from “if the Land” to “without the previous Direction of Parliament,”, and from “and in case the Land” to “contained :”.

Section Twenty-eight from “proceed” to “Tract, or”.

Section Thirty-three from “or (in the” to “with an Inclosure under this Act,”.

Section Thirty-four, the words “(if any)” (where they last occur).

Section Thirty-five from “who shall” to “least;”.

Section Forty-seven from “stating” to “delivered;”.

Section One hundred and thirty-eight from “pursuant to the Method” to “General of the said Court;”.

Section One hundred and sixty-nine.

c. 121. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to amend and explain certain Provisions of an Act of the Third and Fourth Years,—and ends with the words,—Alienation of Corporate Property in Ireland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Two to Eight, Ten, and Eleven.

c. 123.

An Act to authorize until the End of the next Session of Parliament an Alteration of the Annuities and Premiums of the Naval Medical Supplemental Fund Society.

c. 125.

An Act to continue until the Thirty-first Day of July One thousand eight hundred and forty-six, and to the End of the then Session of Parliament, certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

c. 127. in part.

An Act for the better securing the Payment of Small Debts - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Schedules (A.), (B.), and (D.)

c. 128. in part.

An Act to make further Regulations respecting the Tickets of Work to be delivered to Silk Weavers in certain Cases - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “from” to “forty-five”.

Section Nine.

c. 129.

An Act for raising the Sum of Nine millions and twenty-four thousand nine hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-five.

c. 130.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to apply the Sum,—and ends with the words,—and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

9 & 10 Vict. c. 1. in part.

An Act for the further Amendment of the Acts for the Extension and Promotion of Public Works in Ireland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Thirteen.

c. 2. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to authorize Grand Juries in Ireland,—and ends with the words,—Payment of Contractors for Works under Grand Jury Presentments in Ireland } :—

Except Section Twenty.

c. 3. in part.

An Act to encourage the Sea Fisheries of Ireland, by promoting and aiding with Grants of Public Money the Construction of Piers, Harbours, and other Works - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Three and Sixty-four to Sixty-nine.

Section Seventy-seven so far as it relates to application of penalties.

Sections Eighty-two and Eighty-eight.

c. 4. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to amend the Acts for promoting the Drainage of Lands,—and ends with the words,—labouring Classes in Works of Drainage during the present Year - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Forty-five to Fifty-two.

c. 6.

An Act to make Provision until the First Day of September One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, for the treatment of poor Persons afflicted with Fever in Ireland.

c. 7.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-six.

c. 11.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 12.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 15.

An Act for raising the Sum of Eighteen millions three hundred and eighty thousand two hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-six.

c. 17. in part.

An Act for the Abolition of the exclusive Privilege of Trading in Burghs in Scotland - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 18.

An Act to amend Two clerical Errors in an Act of the last Session, for regulating the Labour of Children, young Persons, and Women in Print Works.

c. 20. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to amend an Act of the Second Year,—and ends with the words,—Undertakings to be effected under the Authority of Parliament - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 21.

An Act to enable the Right Honourable Henry Viscount Hardinge to receive the full Benefit of an Annuity of Five thousand Pounds granted to him by the East India Company.

c. 24. in part.

An Act for removing some Defects in the Administration of Criminal Justice - - - } in part; namely—

Section Two from “That the said” to “repealed; and”.

c. 26.

An Act for abolishing the Office of Superintendent of Convicts under Sentence of Transportation.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 33. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to Corresponding Societies and the licensing of Lecture Rooms - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 35.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue until the Thirty-first Day of December,—and ends with the words,—Settlements in Western Australia on the Western Coast of New Holland.

c. 36.

An Act to continue until the First Day of January One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, and to amend an Act for establishing an Office for the Benefit of Coalwhippers of the Port of London.

c. 37. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Office of Coroner and the Expences of Inquests in Ireland - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Twenty-three from “Provided also” to end of that Section.

Sections Fifty-one and Fifty-three.

c. 40. in part.

An Act to declare certain Ropeworks not within the Operation of the Factory Acts - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 42.

An Act to authorize a Loan from the Consolidated Fund to the New Zealand Company.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 43.

An Act to suspend until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven the making of Lists and the Ballots and Enrolments for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 44. in part.

An Act to remove Doubts as to the Election of Members to serve in Parliament for the County of Chester, the Boroughs situate therein, and for the County of the City of Chester - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “or for” to “them,”.

Section Two.

c. 45.

An Act to continue until the First Day of September One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven certain of the Provisions of an Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her present Majesty, for amending the Constitution of the Government of Newfoundland.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 46.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue until the Thirty-first Day of December,—and ends with the words,—Survey of Great Britain, Berwick-upon-Tweed, and the Isle of Man.

c. 47.

An Act to apply the Sum of Four Millions out of the Consolidated Fund, and the Surplus of Ways and Means, to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-six.

c. 48. in part.

An Act for legalizing Art Unions - - - in part; namely,—

Sections Two and Three.

c. 49.

An Act to continue until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act for authorizing the Application of Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads.

c. 50.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue until the First Day of October,—and ends with the words,—Liability to be rated as such, in respect of Stock in Trade or other Property, to the Relief of the Poor.

c. 51.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament.

c. 52.

An Act to continue to the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

c. 53.

An Act to continue the Copyhold Commission until the Thirty-first Day of July One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament.

c. 54.

An Act to extend to all Barristers practising in the Superior Courts at Westminster the Privileges of Serjeants at Law in the Court of Common Pleas.

Repealed from the commencement of the “Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873.”

c. 55.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray until the First Day of August One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—Militia; and to authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 56. in part.

An Act to provide Forms of Proceedings under the Acts relating to the Duties of Assessed Taxes, and the Duties on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices in England - } in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 57. in part.

An Act for regulating the Gauge of Railways - in part; namely,—

Section Nine.

c. 59. in part.

An Act to relieve Her Majesty's Subjects from certain Penalties and Disabilities in regard to Religious Opinions - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One, the words “from and after the Commencement of this Act”, from “The Statute or Ordinance of the” to “Statutum Judæismo :”, from “Also so much of the said Act as enacts, that if” to “the same is hereby repealed :”, from “Also so much of another Act” to “Her Dominions :” and from “Also an Act passed in the Twenty-ninth” to end of that Section.

Section Two to “this Act”.

Section Three.

Section Four to “this Act”.

Section Five.

c. 60. in part.

An Act to exempt from Stamp Duty Bonds and Warrants to confess Judgment executed by High Constables or Collectors of Grand Jury Cess, or their Sureties in Ireland - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “and any such Bond” to end of that Section.

Section Two.

c. 61. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the Seventh Year of King George the Fourth, for consolidating and amending the Laws relating to Prisons in Ireland - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 62.

An Act to abolish Deodands.

c. 64. in part.

An Act to enable Courts of Law in Ireland to give Relief against adverse Claims made upon Persons having no Interest in the Subject Matter of such Claims - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eight.

c. 66. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Removal of the Poor - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Ten.

c. 67. in part.

An Act to remove Doubts concerning Citations, and Services and Execution of Diligence, in Scotland - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 69.

An Act to authorise until the Thirty-first Day of July One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Regulation of the Annuities and Premiums of the Naval Medical Supplemental Fund Society.

c. 70. in part.

An Act to amend the Act to facilitate the Inclosure and Improvement of Commons - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One, the words “heretofore issued or”, from “or, in case” (where those words first occur) to “such Inclosure,” (where those words first occur), and from “or in case” (where those words next occur) to “such Inclosure,”.

Sections Thirteen and Fifteen.

c. 71.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to amend an Act of the present Session,—and ends with the words,—Payment of Contractors for Works under Grand Jury Presentments in Ireland.

c. 72. in part.

An Act to amend the Act for Marriages in Ireland, and for registering such Marriages - - } in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 73. in part.

An Act further to amend the Acts for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales - -} in part; namely,—

Section Nineteen from “and every Instrument purporting” to end of that Section.

Sections Twenty-one and Twenty-four.

c. 74. in part.

An Act to encourage the Establishment of public Baths and Wash-houses - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two from “Parish” to “its own Poor :”, from “Rate-payers” to “for the Parish :” and from “elected under an Act passed in the Fifty-ninth” to “Poor, or”.

Section Three.

Section Four to “Majesty; and”.

Section Twenty-two, the words “Council of any such Borough, or”, “the Borough Fund, or” and “as the Case may be.”.

Sections Thirty-seven and Forty-one.

Schedule (B.).

c. 76. in part.

An Act for the Abolition of the exclusive Privilege of Trading, or of regulating Trades, in Cities, Towns, or Boroughs in Ireland - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Two to Four, Seven, and Eight.

c. 77. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to the Offices of the House of Commons - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

Section Three to “instead thereof” and from “and there” to “Expenditure;”.

Sections Four and Six.

c. 78.

An Act to authorise a further Advance of Money out of the Consolidated Fund towards defraying the Expence of County Works presented in Ireland.

c. 79.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue until the Thirty-first Day of July,—and ends with the words,—amending the Law relative to Private Lunatic Asylums in Ireland.

c. 80.

An Act to authorise the Advance of Money out of the Consolidated Fund, for carrying on Public Works and Fisheries, and Employment of the Poor.

c. 82.

An Act to amend an Act of the present Session for authorizing a Loan from the Consolidated Fund to the New Zealand Company.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 83.

An Act to empower the Commissioners for the Issue of Loans for Public Works and Fisheries to make Loans in Money to the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods, in lieu of Loans heretofore authorized to be made in Exchequer Bills.

c. 85.

An Act to authorize the Application of Money for the Purposes of Loans for carrying on Public Works in Ireland.

c. 86. in part.

An Act to extend and consolidate the Powers hitherto exercised by the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland, and to appoint additional Commissioners - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One, Three, Seven, and Ten.

c. 87. in part.

An Act for promoting the voluntary Establishment in Boroughs and certain Cities and Towns in Ireland of public Baths and Wash-houses - - } in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-seven.

c. 88. in part.

An Act to remove Doubts as to the Legality of certain Assignments of Ecclesiastical Patronage - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 89.

An Act to continue certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland until the Thirty-first Day of July One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, and to the End of the then Session of Parliament.

c. 90. in part.

An Act to prevent the Use of Stills by unlicensed Persons - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Four from “and if” to “respect,”.

c. 93. in part.

An Act for compensating the Families of Persons killed by Accidents - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Six to “and that,”.

Section Seven.

c. 95. in part.

An Act for the more easy Recovery of Small Debts and Demands in England - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Four from “and all” to end of that Section.

Sections Five to Seven, Nine to Twelve, Fifteen, and Seventeen.

Section Twenty from “who shall be” to “holden,” and from “who shall be” (where those words next occur) to “Three Years,”.

Section Twenty-three.

Section Twenty-four from “and, in case” to “herein-after provided;”.

Sections Twenty-eight and Thirty, the words “or High Bailiff” (where they first occur in each Section), and the words “Clerk or” (where they last occur in each Section).

Section Thirty-three from “and the said High Bailiffs shall” to “Judge;”.

Sections Thirty-four, Thirty-five, and Thirty-eight.

Section Thirty-nine, the words “to make such Order, or” and from “and in such Case” to end of that Section.

Section Forty to “next before the passing of this Act :”.

Section Forty-two from “pay” to “Fees, and” and the subsequent word “other”.

Sections Forty-three, Forty-five, and Forty-seven.

Section Fifty-eight, the words “or for Criminal Conversation,”.

Section Sixty-two from “any Judge” to “Chancery, or”.

Section Seventy-two from “out” to “Fund of the Court”.

Section Seventy-eight to “the Courts holden under this Act; and”.

Section One hundred and forty-three.

Schedule (D.).

c. 96.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act for the more speedy Removal of certain Nuisances,—and ends with the words,—End of the then next Session of Parliament.

c. 97. in part.

An Act to provide for removing the Charge of the Constabulary Force in Ireland from the Counties, and for enlarging the Reserve Force; and to make further Provision for the Regulation and Disposition of the said Constabulary Force - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Seven.

c. 101. in part.

An Act to authorize the Advance of Public Money to a limited Amount, to promote the Improvement of Land in Great Britain and Ireland by Works of Drainage - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One to Seven.

Section Forty-nine from “or any” to “them,”.

Section Fifty.

c. 103. in part.

An Act to make further Provision for the Government of the New Zealand Islands - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Nine and Seventeen.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 107.

An Act to facilitate the Employment of the labouring Poor for a limited Period in the distressed Districts in Ireland.

c. 108.

An Act to provide additional Funds for Loans and Grants for Public Works in Ireland.

c. 111. in part.

An Act to amend the Law in Ireland as to Ejectments and Distresses, and as to the Occupation of Lands}in part; namely,—

Sections Thirteen and Twenty-five.

c. 112. in part.

An Act to facilitate and encourage the granting of certain Leases for Terms of Years in Ireland -}in part; namely,—

Section Nine.

c. 113. in part.

An Act to improve the Proceedings in Prohibition and on Writs of Mandamus in Ireland - -}in part; namely,—

Section Ten.

c. 114.

An Act for the further Amendment of an Act of the Sixth Year of Her present Majesty, for regulating the Irish Fisheries.

c. 115.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to amend the Laws as to District Lunatic Asylums in Ireland,—and ends with the words,—Salaries and Expences incident to the Office of Inspector of Lunatics in Ireland.

c. 116.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to apply the Sum,—and ends with the words,—and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

10 & 11 Vict. c. 1.

An Act to suspend, until the First Day of September One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, the Duties on the Importation of Corn.

c. 2.

An Act to allow, until the First Day of September One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, the Importation of Corn from any Country in Foreign Ships.

c. 3.

An Act to suspend, until the First Day of September One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, the Duties on the Importation of Buck Wheat, Buck Wheat Meal, Maize or Indian Corn, Indian Corn Meal, and Rice.

c. 4. in part.

An Act for abolishing Poundage on Chelsea Pensions in part; namely,—

Section One to “repealed; and”, from “due from” to “next”, and from “Provided” to end of that Section.

Section Two.

c. 5. in part.

An Act to allow the Use of Sugar in the brewing of Beer - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Seven.

Section Eight to “this Act”.

Section Nine.

c. 7.

An Act for the temporary Relief of destitute Persons in Ireland.

c. 8.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven.

c. 10.

An Act to render valid certain Proceedings for the Relief of Distress in Ireland, by Employment of the Labouring Poor, and to indemnify those who have acted in such Proceedings.

c. 11. in part.

An Act to explain and amend the Act authorizing the Advance of Money for the Improvement of Land by Drainage in Great Britain - -}in part; namely,—

Section Twelve.

c. 12.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 13.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 14. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually contained in Acts for constructing or regulating Markets and Fairs - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Fifty-three and Sixty.

c. 15. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually contained in Acts authorizing the making of Gasworks for supplying Towns with Gas}in part; namely,—

Sections Fourteen and Fifteen.

Section Sixteen from “and recover” to end of that Section.

Sections Seventeen, Forty-one, and Fifty.

Repealed, except so far as incorporated with special Acts to which 34 & 35 Vict. c. 41. does not apply. But this exception not to apply to Sections Forty-one and Fifty.

c. 16. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually contained in Acts with respect to the Constitution and Regulation of Bodies of Commissioners appointed for carrying on Undertakings of a public Nature - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and two, the words “or Insolvency,”, from “or take” to “Debtors,”, the words “or Insolvent,” (wherever they occur), and the words “or Act of Insolvency”.

Sections One hundred and seven and One hundred and twelve.

c. 17. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually contained in Acts authorizing the making of Waterworks for supplying Towns with Water - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Fifty-five and Fifty-nine, so far as they relate to special Acts with which 26 & 27 Vict. c. 93. is incorporated.

Sections Eighty-six and Ninety-four.

c. 19.

An Act for raising the Sum of Eighteen millions three hundred and ten thousand seven hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year one thousand eight hundred and forty-seven.

c. 20.

An Act to authorize the Application of certain Sums received on account of the Fees payable to the Office of Director in Chancery in Scotland towards the Payment of Debts incurred in completing the General Register House at Edinburgh.

c. 21. in part.

An Act to regulate the Stations of Soldiers during Parliamentary Elections - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One and Five.

c. 22.

An Act to amend, and continue until the First Day of November One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act for making Provision for the Treatment of poor Persons afflicted with Fever in Ireland.

c. 26. in part.

An Act for enabling the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland to purchase Land for Prisons in Ireland - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Eight.

c. 27. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually contained in Acts authorizing the making and improving of Harbours, Docks, and Piers - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Ninety-three and One hundred and four.

c. 28. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to County Buildings - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 31. in part.

An Act to make further Provision for the Relief of the destitute Poor in Ireland - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Five.

Section Twenty-nine to “thereof”.

Section Thirty-one.

c. 32. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Improvement of Landed Property in Ireland - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One, Two, Twelve, and Sixty-seven.

c. 33. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Removal of poor Persons from England and Scotland -}in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 34. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually contained in Acts for paving, draining, cleansing, lighting, and improving Towns -}in part; namely,—

Sections Two hundred and eleven and Two hundred and sixteen.

c. 35.

An Act to continue until the Thirty-first Day of July One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, and to the End of the then Session of Parliament, certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

c. 36.

An Act for allowing the Subscriptions to the Loan of Eight Millions raised in the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven to be paid up under Discount.

c. 38. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Drainage of Lands in England and Wales - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-one.

c. 39. in part.

An Act to amend an Act to enable Burghs in Scotland to establish a general System of Police, and another Act for providing for the Appointment and Election of Magistrates and Councillors for certain Burghs and Towns of Scotland - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Nine.

c. 40.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue until the Thirty-first Day of July,—and ends with the words,—amending the Law relative to private Lunatic Asylums in Ireland.

c. 41.

An Act to continue until the Thirty-first Day of July One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, certain of the Allowances of the Duty of Excise on Soap used in Manufactures.

c. 42. in part.

An Act to transfer the Collection and Management of the Duties in respect of Stage Carriages, Hackney Carriages, and Railway Passengers from the Commissioners of Stamps and Taxes to the Commissioners of Excise - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One to “and forty-seven”, from “for and in respect of Stage” to “employing Stage Carriages, and”, and from “and also” to “London,”.

Section Two to “September”, from “or any of them” to “such Carriages,” (where those words first occur), from “or to Stage” to “such Carriages,” and from “and to Stage” to “Conductors respectively,”.

Sections Three to Six.

c. 44.

An Act to render permanent certain Parts of the Act for amending the Constitution of the Government of Newfoundland.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 46. in part.

An Act to facilitate the temporary Investment of Trust Monies in the Improvement of Landed Property in Ireland - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eight.

c. 53.

An Act to continue until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

c. 55.

An Act to authorize a further Advance of Money for the Relief of destitute Persons in Ireland.

c. 56.

An Act to make legal the Collection of certain Duties at Port Natal.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 60.

An Act to abolish One of the Offices of Master in Ordinary of the High Court of Chancery.

c. 61. in part.

An Act to amend the Act for the Establishment of public Baths and Wash-houses - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Three to “Adoption; and”.

Sections Six and Eight.

c. 62. in part.

An Act for the Establishment of Naval Prisons, and for the Prevention of Desertion from Her Majesty's Navy - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Nine from “or in the Territories” to “Company”.

Section Ten from “or the Forces” to “Company,”.

Section Seventeen.

c. 63. in part.

An Act for limiting the Time of Service in the Royal Marine Forces - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two to “and that”.

Section Three from “for the” to “Years”.

Section Four from “for such Period” to “Years,”.

Sections Nine and Ten.

Schedule (B.) from “[to be” to “Twenty-four Years],”.

c. 64.

An Act to suspend until the First Day of March One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight the Duties on the Importation of Corn, Maize, Rice, Grain, Meal, Flour, Biscuit, and certain other similar Articles.

c. 65. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually contained in Acts authorizing the making of Cemeteries - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Sixty-three and Sixty-nine.

c. 67. in part.

An Act to amend the Law as to the Custody of Offenders - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 68.

An Act to suspend until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight the making of Lists and the Ballots and Enrolments for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 69. in part.

An Act for the more effectual Taxation of Costs on Private Bills in the House of Commons - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Twelve.

c. 71.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to authorize Her Majesty to assent to a certain Bill,—and ends with the words,—Upper and Lower Canada, and for the Government of Canada.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 72. in part.

An Act for the further Amendment of the Laws relating to Turnpike Roads in South Wales -} in part; namely,—

Section One from “so much” to “repealed, and”.

Sections Eight, Fourteen, and Seventeen.

c. 73.

An Act to authorize the Advance of Money out of the Consolidated Fund for Loans towards defraying the Expence of making certain Railways in Ireland.

c. 74.

An Act to provide for the Repayment of Sums due by the County of the City of Limerick for Advances of public Money for the Improvement of the Navigation of the River Shannon.

c. 75.

An Act for the further Improvement of the Fishery Piers and Harbours of Ireland.

c. 77.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue until the First Day of October,—and ends with the words,—Liability to be rated as such in respect of Stock in Trade or other Property to the Relief of the Poor.

c. 79. in part.

An Act to continue for a limited Time the Provisions for summary Proceedings contained in an Act of the last Session to amend the Acts for promoting the Drainage of Lands, and for other Purposes; and to amend the said Act - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One and Six.

c. 80.

An Act to amend an Act of the last Session, for facilitating the Employment of the labouring Poor in the distressed Districts in Ireland, so far as relates to Compensation for Damages.

c. 82. in part.

An Act for the more speedy Trial and Punishment of Juvenile Offenders - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Twelve to “Forfeiture, but”.

Section Nineteen.

c. 84. in part.

An Act to make Provision for the Punishment of Vagrants and Persons offending against the Laws in force for the Relief of the destitute Poor in Ireland - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One and Nine.

c. 85.

An Act for giving further Facilities for the Transmission of Letters by Post, and for the regulating the Duties of Postage thereon, and for other Purposes relating to the Post Office - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One and Six.

Section Eighteen to “and that” and the subsequent words “or any Three of them,”.

Sections Twenty-one and Twenty-two.

c. 86.

An Act to allow until the First Day of March One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight the Importation of Corn, Maize, Rice, Grain, Potatoes, Meal, Flour, Biscuit, and certain other similar Articles, from any Country, in any Ships.

c. 87.

An Act to facilitate the Recovery of Public Monies advanced for the Relief of Distress in Ireland by the Employment of the labouring Poor.

c. 88.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray until the First Day of August One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—Militia; and to authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 89. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually contained in Acts for regulating the Police of Towns - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Seventy-four and Seventy-nine.

c. 90. in part.

An Act to provide for the Execution of the Laws for the Relief of the Poor in Ireland - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One to Six and Eight.

Section Nine from “Provided always” to end of that Section.

Section Ten to “Successors of the said Poor Law Commissioners;”.

Sections Thirteen and Eighteen.

Section Twenty-one to “Proceedings;”.

Sections Twenty-two, Twenty-three, and Twenty-five.

c. 91. in part.

An Act to increase the Number of Trustees for the Herring Fishery, and to direct the Application of the Funds granted for the Promotion of Manufactures and Improvements, in Scotland - -} in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 92. in part.

An Act for the Protection of Mussel Fisheries in Scotland - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 93.

An Act to continue until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act for authorizing the Application of Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads.

c. 94. in part.

An Act to amend an Act to enable Canal Companies to become Carriers upon their Canals - -} in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 95. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Protection in the Colonies of Works entitled to Copyright in the United Kingdom - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 96. in part.

An Act for better securing Trust Funds, and for the Relief of Trustees - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One from “or of the East” to “Sea Company,”.

Section Six.

c. 97.

An Act for the Discontinuance of the Attendance of the Masters in Ordinary of the High Court of Chancery in the Public Office, and for transferring the Business of such Public Office to the Affidavit Office in Chancery.

c. 98. in part.

An Act to amend the Law as to Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One from “save” to “Intestates,”.

Sections Three, Four, Six to Eight, and Ten.

c. 99.

An Act to authorize a further Advance of Money for the Relief of destitute Persons in Ireland.

c. 100. in part.

An Act to regulate the Superannuation Allowances of the Constabulary Force in Ireland and the Dublin Metropolitan Police - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One, Two, Seven, Nine, and Eleven.

c. 101.

An Act to continue the Copyhold Commission until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and fifty, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament.

c. 104. in part.

An Act to explain the Acts for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales, and to continue the Officers appointed under the said Acts until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and fifty, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Five.

c. 105.

An Act to continue until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, certain Turnpike Acts.

c. 106.

An Act to provide additional Funds for Loans for Drainage and other Works of public Utility in Ireland, and to repeal an Act of the last Session, for authorizing a further Issue of Money in aid of Public Works of acknowledged Utility.

c. 107.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund, and certain other Sums, to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-seven; and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 108. in part.

An Act for establishing the Bishoprick of Manchester, and amending certain Acts relating to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England - -} in part; namely,—

Section One from “so much” to “and that”.

Section Three.

c. 109. in part.

An Act for the Administration of the Laws for Relief of the Poor in England - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One to “administering the Laws for Relief of the Poor in England; and” and the subsequent word “said”.

Sections Two to Four and Six to Nine.

Section Ten to “enter on their Office,”, from “and by the Commissioners” to “of this Act,” and from “and at the” to end of that Section.

Section Twelve.

Section Fourteen to “enter on their Office,”, from “to be” to “specified,” and from “and shall” to end of that Section.

Sections Sixteen and Eighteen.

Section Twenty-two to “and that”.

Sections Twenty-seven and Thirty.

c. 110.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Removal of the Poor, until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight.

c. 111. in part.

An Act to extend the Provisions of the Act for the Inclosure and Improvement of Commons -} in part; namely,—

Section Five, the words “the said recited Provision be repealed; and that”.

Section Ten.

c. 112. in part.

An Act to promote Colonization in New Zealand, and to authorize a Loan to the New Zealand Company - - - - - -} :—

Except Section Nineteen.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 113. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Drainage of Lands in Scotland in part; namely,—

Section Eighteen.

11 & 12 Vict. c. 1.

An Act to facilitate the Completion, in certain Cases, of Public Works in Ireland.

c. 2. in part.

An Act for the better Prevention of Crime and Outrage in certain Parts of Ireland until the First Day of December One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Sixteen to Twenty, Twenty-two, and Twenty-three.

c. 3.

An Act to give further Time for making certain Railways.

c. 4.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight.

c. 7.

An Act to amend an Act for consolidating the Queen's Bench, Fleet, and Marshalsea Prison, and for regulating the Queen's Prison.

c. 8.

An Act to continue for Three Years the Duties on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices.

c. 9.

An Act to continue for Three Years the Stamp Duties granted by an Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her present Majesty, to assimilate the Stamp Duties in Great Britain and Ireland, and to make Regulations for collecting and managing the same.

c. 10. in part.

An Act for empowering certain Officers of the High Court of Chancery to administer Oaths and take Declarations and Affirmations - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

Section Three from “or Clerk of Affidavits” to “Affidavits,”.

Sections Four to Six.

c. 11.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 12. in part.

An Act for the better Security of the Crown and Government of the United Kingdom - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Eleven.

c. 13. in part.

An Act for amending the Law for the leasing of Mines in Ireland - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One from “That from” to “repealed; and”.

Section Four.

c. 15.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 16.

An Act for raising the Sum of Seventeen millions nine hundred and forty-six thousand five hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight.

c. 17.

An Act to amend the Act of the present Session to facilitate the Completion of Public Works in Ireland.

c. 18.

An Act to remove certain Doubts as to the Law for the trial of controverted Elections.

c. 20.

An Act to authorize for One Year, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Removal of Aliens from the Realm.

c. 21. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws relating to Insolvent Debtors in India - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Seven from “and until” to end of that Section.

Section Sixteen to “Assignment; and”.

Sections Forty-two and Sixty-five to Sixty-seven.

Section Sixty-eight, the words “Master or”.

Section Eighty-eight from “and that” to end of that Section.

Section Eighty-nine from “by the Recorder” to “Malacca,” and from “from Time to Time to establish” to “practise in the said Court for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors, and”.

Section Ninety-three.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 22.

An Act for granting Relief to the Island of Tobago, and for aiding the Colonies of British Guiana and Trinidad in raising Money for the Promotion of Immigration of free Labourers.

c. 24.

An Act for disfranchising the Freemen of the Borough of Great Yarmouth.

c. 25. in part.

An Act to extend the Powers given by former Acts for purchasing or hiring Land in connexion with or for the Use of Workhouses in Ireland; and for providing for the Burial of the Poor - -}in part; namely,—

Section Two from “so much” to “lieu thereof”.

Section Five.

c. 26. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to remove Difficulties in the Appointment of Collectors of Grand Jury Cess,—and ends with the words,—Poor Rates, and other Cases - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Four and Nine.

c. 28. in part.

An Act to amend the Law of Imprisonment for Debt in Ireland, and to improve the Remedies for the recovery of Debts and of the Possession of Tenements situate in Cities and Towns in certain Cases}in part; namely,—

Section Two.

Section Three to “such Remedy and Execution :”.

Sections Twenty and Twenty-one.

c. 29. in part.

An Act to enable Persons having a Right to kill Hares in England and Wales to do so, by themselves or Persons authorized by them, without being required to take out a Game Certificate -}in part; namely,—

Section One from “without the Payment of any” to “aforesaid, and”.

Section Two from “which Book” to “District;”.

Section Nine.

c. 30. in part.

An Act to enable all Persons having at present a Right to kill Hares in Scotland to do so themselves, or by Persons authorized by them, without being required to take out a Game Certificate -}in part; namely,—

Section Seven.

c. 31. in part.

An Act to amend the Procedure in respect of Orders for the Removal of the Poor in England and Wales, and Appeals therefrom - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One, Six, Twelve, and Thirteen.

c. 32. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Collection of County Cess in Ireland - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 33.

An Act to apply the Sum of Three Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight.

c. 35.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to empower the Lord Lieutenant,—and ends with the words,—conspiring against Her Majesty's Person and Government.

c. 36. in part.

An Act of the Amendment of the Law of Entail in Scotland - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Thirty-four from “and shall also” to end of that Section.

Sections Forty-six and Fifty-three.

c. 38. in part.

An Act to authorize the West India Relief Commissioners to grant further Time for the Repayment of Monies advanced by them in certain Cases -}in part; namely,—

Section Seven.

c. 42. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Performance of the Duties of Justices of the Peace out of Sessions within England and Wales with respect to Persons charged with indictable Offences - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-three from “Provided also” to end of that Section.

Sections Thirty-three to Thirty-five.

Schedule (S. I.) so far as it relates to the condition where the defendant is entitled to a Traverse.

c. 43. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Performance of the Duties of Justices of the Peace out of Sessions, within England and Wales, with respect to summary Convictions and Orders - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Thirty-six, Thirty-eight, and Thirty-nine.

c. 44. in part.

An Act to protect Justices of the Peace from vexatious Actions for Acts done by them in execution of their Office - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Sixteen, Seventeen, and Nineteen.

c. 46. in part.

An Act for the Removal of Defects in the Administration of Criminal Justice - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Six.

c. 47. in part.

An Act for the Protection and Relief of the destitute Poor evicted from their Dwellings in Ireland -} in part; namely,—

Section Ten.

c. 48. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Sale of Incumbered Estates in Ireland - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Fifty-one.

Section Seventy-five from “and may” to end of that Section.

c. 49.

An Act for regulating the Sale of Beer and other Liquors on the Lord's Day.

c. 51.

An Act to provide additional Funds for Loans for Drainage and other Works of public Utility in Ireland.

c. 55. in part.

An Act for consolidating the Offices of Paymasters of Exchequer Bills and Paymaster of Civil Services with the Office of Paymaster General, and for making other Provisions in regard to the consolidated Offices - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Eight from “and the said” to end of that Section.

Section Ten.

c. 58.

An Act to authorize for Ten Years, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Regulation of the Annuities and Premiums of the Naval Medical Supplemental Fund Society.

c. 64.

An Act to continue until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

c. 65.

An Act to suspend until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine the making of Lists and the Ballots and Enrolments for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 66.

An Act to continue to the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act for authorizing the Application of Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads.

c. 67.

An Act for further continuing until the First Day of August One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, certain temporary Provisions concerning Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England.

c. 68. in part.

An Act for extending to Ireland an Act passed in the last Session of Parliament, intituled An Act for better securing Trust Funds, and for the Relief of Trustees - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Five and Eight.

The rest of this Act so far as it relates to the Court of Exchequer.

c. 69. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to repeal so much of an Act of the Parliament of Ireland,—and ends with the words,—Remedies against any Hundreds or Baronies in Ireland in respect of Robbery - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One, Three, Four, and Six.

c. 70.

An Act for dispensing with the Evidence of the Proclamations on Fines levied in the Court of Common Pleas at Westminster.

c. 71.

An Act to continue to the Twentieth Day of July One thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, Her Majesty's Commission for building new Churches.

c. 72. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to the Constabulary Force in Ireland, and to amend the Provisions for the Payment of Special Constables -}in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

Section Six, the words “at and after the Rates herein-before specified,”.

Section Seven from “and also” to “Constables,”.

Section Sixteen.

Schedule (A.).

c. 73.

An Act to continue until the Thirty-first Day of July One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, and to the End of the then Session of Parliament, certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

c. 74. in part.

An Act to authorize the Lords of Council and Session to regulate the Rates or Dues of Registration to be charged by the Keepers of the Registers of Sasines, Reversions, &c. in Scotland - -}in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 75.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray until the First Day of August One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—Militia; and to authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 78. in part.

An Act for the further Amendment of the Administration of the Criminal Law - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Eight.

And from the commencement of the “Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873.”—

Section Three to “Place and” so far as it relates to England.

c. 79. in part.

An Act to facilitate and simplify Procedure in the Court of Justiciary in Scotland - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Eight and Thirteen.

c. 80. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to empower Lessees of Tithe Rent-charge in Ireland to deduct a Proportion of Poor Rate Poundage from Rent,—and ends with the words,—certain Tax thereby imposed upon such Property in Ireland - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 83. in part.

An Act to confirm the Awards of Assessionable Manors Commissioners, and for other Purposes relating to the Duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster}in part; namely,—

Sections Three and Sixteen.

c. 85.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue to the First Day of October,—and ends with the words,—Stock in Trade or other Property to the Relief of the Poor.

c. 87. in part.

An Act to extend the Provisions of an Act passed in the First Year of His late Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled An Act for consolidating and amending the Laws for facilitating the Payment of Debts out of Real Estate - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 88. in part.

An Act for further regulating the Money Order Department of the Post Office - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Six, the words “or any Three of them” (wherever they occur).

Section Nine.

c. 89. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue for Two Years,—and ends with the words,—preventing the administering and taking unlawful Oaths in Ireland - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One and Three.

c. 90. in part.

An Act to regulate the Times of Payment of Rates and Taxes by Parliamentary Electors - -} in part; namely,—

From “after” to “forty-nine”.

c. 91. in part.

An Act to make Provision for the Payment of Parish Debts, the Audit of Parochial and Union Accounts, and the Allowance of certain Charges therein -} in part; namely,—

Section Two, the words “have been commenced or”.

Section Three.

Section Six from “any Authority” to “Cases, or”.

Section Twelve from “and all Relief” to “same was granted out of the Workhouse :” and the subsequent words “given or”, “heretofore or hereafter”, “is now or”, and “hereafter”.

c. 92. in part.

An Act for the Protection and Improvement of the Salmon, Trout, and other Inland Fisheries of Ireland - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

Section Three to “Maps; and”.

Sections Twenty-two, Twenty-seven, and Thirty-five, so far as they relate to application of fines, penalties, and forfeitures.

Section Forty.

c. 96.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts for limited Periods.

c. 99. in part.

An Act to further extend the Provisions of the Act for the Inclosure and Improvement of Commons -} in part; namely,—

Section One, the words “to sanction an Inclosure, or”.

Section Fifteen.

c. 101. in part.

An Act to provide for the Expenses of erecting and maintaining Lock-up Houses on the Borders of Counties - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Eight.

c. 102. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to enlarge the Powers of an Act,—and ends with the words,—Mode of keeping the Accounts of the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One to Five.

Section Six to “confirmed; and”.

Section Eight from “and that the next” to “provided;”.

Section Nine, the words “or any Three or more of them,” (wherever they occur).

Section Ten, the words “or any Three of them,”.

Section Twelve.

c. 103. in part.

An Act to authorize the Application of a Sum of Money out of the forfeited and unclaimed Army Prize Fund in purchasing the Site of the Royal Military Asylum, and in improving such Asylum -}in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 104. in part.

An Act for amending the Act for regulating the Prison at Millbank - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section One to “Stead, and” and the words “or by Two” (wherever they occur).

Sections Two and Three.

c. 105. in part.

An Act to prohibit the Importation of Sheep, Cattle, or other Animals, for the Purpose of preventing the Introduction of contagious or infectious Disorders}in part; namely,—

Section Six.

c. 106.

An Act to amend an Act of the Tenth Year of Her present Majesty, for rendering valid certain Proceedings for the Relief of Distress in Ireland by Employment of the labouring Poor, and to indemnify those who have acted in such Proceedings.

c. 107. in part.

An Act to prevent, until the First Day of September One thousand eight hundred and fifty, and to the End of the then Session of Parliament, the spreading of contagious or infectious Disorders among Sheep, Cattle, and other Animals - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Thirteen, Twenty, and Twenty-two.

c. 108.

An Act for enabling Her Majesty to establish and maintain Diplomatic Relations with the Sovereign of the Roman States.

c. 110. in part.

An Act to alter the Provisions relating to the Charges for the Relief of the Poor in Unions - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One, Three, Four, Six, and Thirteen.

c. 111. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the Tenth Year of Her present Majesty, for amending the Laws relating to the Removal of the Poor - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 112.

An Act to consolidate, and continue in force for Two Years and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Metropolitan Commissions of Sewers.

c. 114.

An Act to prevent District Auditors from taking Proceedings in certain Cases.

c. 115.

An Act to vest in Her Majesty the Property of the Irish Reproductive Loan Fund Institution, and to dissolve the said Institution.

c. 118. in part.

An Act to explain and amend the Law as to the Licence required for the letting of Post Horses to Hire in Ireland, and the Law respecting Proceedings for Duties and Penalties under the Post Horse, Stage, and Hackney Carriage Acts in the United Kingdom - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two, except so far as it relates to duties imposed for and in respect of passengers conveyed upon railways.

Section Three to “this Act”.

c. 119. in part.

An Act to simplify the Forms of Certificates under the Act authorizing the Advance of Money for the Improvement of Land by Drainage in Great Britain -}in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 120. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Transfer of Landed Property in Ireland - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Fifteen.

c. 121. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to alter the Laws and Regulations of Excise,—and ends with the words,—Penalties and Forfeitures recovered under the Laws of Excise -} in part; namely,—

Except Sections Nine to Eleven and Eighteen.

c. 122. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to amend the Laws respecting the Warehousing of British Spirits,—and ends with the words,—Removal of Goods subject to Excise Regulations from Customs Warehouse - - - - - -} :—

Except Section Twenty-six from “before any Goods” to “without such Certificate,” and from “shall be subject” to end of that Section.

c. 126.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund, and certain other Sums, to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-eight; and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 127.

An Act to reduce the Duties on Copper and Lead.

c. 130. in part.

An Act for guaranteeing the Interest on such Loans, not exceeding Five hundred thousand Pounds, as may be raised by the British Colonies on the Continent of South America, in the West Indies and the Mauritius, for certain Purposes - -}in part; namely,—

The words “or any Three of them,” (wherever they occur).

c. 131.

An Act to amend, and continue until the First Day of November One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act to make Provision for the Treatment of poor Persons afflicted with Fever in Ireland.

c. 132. in part.

An Act for the Appointment of additional Taxing Masters for the High Court of Chancery in Ireland, and to regulate the Appointment of the Principal Assistants to the Masters in the Superior Courts of Law in Ireland - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Nine.

12 & 13 Vict. c. 1. in part.

An Act to consolidate the Boards of Excise and Stamps and Taxes into One Board of Commissioners of Inland Revenue, and to make Provision for the Collection of such Revenue - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Nine, Thirteen, and Eighteen.

c. 2.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue, until the First Day of September,—and ends with the words,—conspiring against Her Majesty's Person and Government.

c. 3.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine.

c. 4. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Appointment of Vice Guardians of Unions in Ireland -}in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

Section Three from “provided” to end of that Section.

Section Four.

c. 5.

An Act to authorize an Advance of Money for the Relief of certain distressed Poor Law Unions in Ireland.

c. 6. in part.

An Act to repeal an Act of the Twenty-first Year of George the Second, for holding the Summer Assizes at Buckingham; and to authorize the Appointment of a more convenient Place for holding the same - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 8. in part.

An Act to remove Doubts as to the Appointment of Overseers in Cities and Boroughs - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Two, Three, and Five.

c. 10.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 12.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 13. in part.

An Act to provide a more effectual Regulation and Control over the Maintenance of poor Persons in Houses not being the Workhouses of any Union or Parish - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Eight from “and it shall be lawful for the General” to end of that Section.

Section Eleven.

c. 14. in part.

An Act to enable Overseers of the Poor and Surveyors of the Highways to recover the Costs of distraining for Rates - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Two from “so much” to “and that hereafter,” and the words “is or are now or”.

Section Six, the words “have been or”, “hereafter” and “is or”.

Section Seven.

Section Nine from “every” to “hereafter”.

c. 16. in part.

An Act to protect Justices of the Peace in Ireland from vexatious Actions for Acts done by them in the Execution of their Office - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Eleven from “and which said Tender” to “Issue aforesaid;”.

Section Twelve from “or if he shall not prove that” to “Declaration,”.

Sections Sixteen, Seventeen, and Nineteen.

c. 17.

An Act to continue for Five Years so much of an Act of the Second and Third Years of Her present Majesty, as enables Justices to grant Warrants for entering Places in which Spirits are sold without Licence in Ireland.

c. 20.

An Act for raising the Sum of Seventeen millions seven hundred and eighty-six thousand seven hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine.

c. 23.

An Act to authorize further Advances of Money for the Improvement of Landed Property, and the Extension and Promotion of Drainage and other Works of public Utility, in Ireland.

c. 24.

An Act to make Provision, until the Thirty-first Day of December One thousand eight hundred and fifty, for a General Rate in Aid of certain distressed Unions and Electoral Divisions in Ireland.

c. 26. in part.

An Act for granting Relief against Defects in Leases made under Powers of Leasing, in certain Cases -}in part; namely,—

Section Seven from “and shall not” to end of that Section.

Section Nine.

c. 31. in part.

An Act for requiring the Transmission of the annual Abstracts and Statements of Trustees of Turnpike Roads and Bridges in Scotland to the Secretary of State to be laid before Parliament - -}in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 32.

An Act to continue to the End of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one certain temporary Provisions relating to the Collection of Grand Jury Cess in Ireland.

c. 34. in part.

An Act to amend an Act regulating the Justice of the Peace Small Debt Courts in Scotland - -}in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 35. in part.

An Act for requiring annual Returns of the Expenditure on Highways in England and Wales to be transmitted to the Secretary of State, and afterwards laid before Parliament - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 36.

An Act to make Provision, during the present Year, and to the End of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, relating to the Collection of County Cess in Ireland, and to the Remuneration of the Collectors thereof.

c. 37.

An Act to continue to the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and fifty, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

c. 38.

An Act to continue for Five Years an Act of the Second and Third Years of Her present Majesty, for the better Prevention and Punishment of Assaults in Ireland.

c. 39.

An Act for further continuing, until the First Day of August One thousand eight hundred and fifty, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, certain temporary Provisions concerning Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England.

c. 40.

An Act to continue, until the Thirty-first Day of July One thousand eight hundred and fifty, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, certain of the Allowances of the Duty of Excise on Soap used in Manufactures.

c. 42.

An Act to provide for the Execution for One Year of the Office of Sheriff in the County of Westmoreland.

c. 44.

An Act to apply the Sum of Three Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine.

c. 45. in part.

An Act to amend the Procedure in Courts of General and Quarter Session of the Peace in England and Wales, and for the better Advancement of Justice in Cases within the Jurisdiction of those Courts -}in part; namely,—

Sections Twenty and Twenty-one.

c. 46. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Union of Turnpike Trusts - in part; namely,—

Section Five from “that after” to “Years”.

Section Seven.

c. 47.

An Act to continue certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

c. 49. in part.

An Act to extend and explain the Provisions of the Acts for the granting of Sites for Schools -}in part; namely,—

Section Eight.

c. 51. in part.

An Act for the better Protection of the Property of Pupils, absent Persons, and Persons under Mental Incapacity in Scotland - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Forty-one.

c. 52.

An Act to suspend, until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and fifty, the making of Lists and the Ballots and Enrolments for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 53. in part.

An Act for consolidating and amending several of the Laws relating to Attornies and Solicitors in Ireland} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Ten.

c. 54.

An Act to continue until the First Day of October One thousand eight hundred and fifty, and to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, an Act for authorizing the Application of Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads.

c. 56.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue, until the Thirty-first Day of July,—and ends with the words,—Private Lunatic Asylums in Ireland.

c. 59. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the Tenth Year of Her Majesty, for facilitating the Improvement of Landed Property in Ireland - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Five and Seven.

c. 60.

An Act further to amend an Act of the Tenth Year of Her present Majesty, for rendering valid certain Proceedings for the Relief of Distress in Ireland, by Employment of the Labouring Poor, and to indemnify those who have acted in such Proceedings.

c. 61.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue, until the First Day of October,—and ends with the words,—rated as such in respect of Stock in Trade or other Property to the Relief of the Poor.

c. 63.

An Act to authorize a further Advance of Money for the Relief of certain distressed Poor Law Unions in Ireland.

c. 64. in part.

An Act to remove Doubts as to the Authority of Justices of the Peace to act in certain Matters relating to the Poor in Cities and Boroughs -}in part; namely,—

Sections Two and Three.

c. 65. in part.

An Act to provide a more convenient Mode of levying and collecting County Rates, County Police Rates, and District Police Rates in Parishes situated partly within and partly without the Limits of Boroughs which are not liable to such Rates - - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections Six and Seven.

c. 67. in part.

An Act to extend the Remedies of Sequestrators of Ecclesiastical Benefices - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 68. in part.

An Act for facilitating the Marriage of British Subjects resident in Foreign Countries - -}in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-two.

c. 72. in part.

An Act further to amend the Acts relating to the Offices of the House of Commons - -}in part; namely,—

Section One from “from and after” to “repealed, and”.

Sections Two and Three.

Section Four to “provided,”.

Section Five to “repealed; and” and the word “thenceforth”.

Section Seven.

c. 74. in part.

An Act for the further Relief of Trustees - - in part; namely,—

Section One from “the East” to “Sea Company,”.

Section Two.

c. 75.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray until the First Day of August One thousand eight hundred and fifty the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—Militia; and to authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 77.

An Act further to facilitate the Sale and Transfer of Incumbered Estates in Ireland.

c. 78. in part.

An Act for the more effectual Taxation of Costs on Private Bills in the House of Lords, and to facilitate the Taxation of other Costs on Private Bills in certain Cases - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One and Sixteen.

c. 82. in part.

An Act to relieve Boroughs, in certain Cases, from Contribution to certain Descriptions of County Expenditure - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section One from “provided that” to “passed;”.

c. 87. in part.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain for limited Periods, and to make certain Provisions respecting Turnpike Roads in England} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

Section Eight from “except” to “continued,”.

The Schedule.

c. 90. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Customs - in part; namely,—

Section Forty-one.

c. 92. in part.

An Act for the more effectual Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Twenty-one from “Provided” to end of that Section.

Sections Twenty-seven and Twenty-eight so far as they relate to plea of general issue and venue, but so far only as relates to Ireland.

Section Thirty-one.

c. 95. in part.

An Act to amend the Law concerning Judgments in Ireland - - - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One and Twelve.

c. 98.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund, and certain other Sums, to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-nine; and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 101. in part.

An Act to amend the Act for the more easy Recovery of Small Debts and Demands in England, and to abolish certain Inferior Courts of Record - -}in part; namely,—

Section One to “shall be repealed; and” and the words “for the like Period”.

Section Two to “repealed, and”.

Sections Four, Seven to Nine, and Eleven to Fifteen.

Section Sixteen from “and until” to end of that Section.

Section Seventeen to “Case; and”.

Section Nineteen.

c. 103. in part.

An Act to continue an Act of the last Session of Parliament, for charging the Maintenance of certain poor Persons in Unions upon the Common Fund; and to make certain Amendments in the Laws for the Relief of the Poor - - -}in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

Section Three from “under the Act” to “Vagrancy, or”.

Section Thirteen, the words “heretofore made,” and from “within Twelve Months next after the passing” to “made,”.

Section Twenty-three.

c. 104. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts for the more effectual Relief of the destitute Poor in Ireland - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Two from “That so much” to “under the said Act; and”.

Sections Twelve and Thirty-two.

c. 105. in part.

An Act for converting the renewable Leasehold Tenure of Lands in Ireland into a Tenure in Fee -}in part; namely,—

Section Forty-one.

c. 109. in part.

An Act to amend an Act to regulate certain Offices in the Petty Bag in the High Court of Chancery, the Practice of the Common-Law Side of that Court, and the Enrolment Office of the said Court -} in part; namely,—

Sections Fifteen and Sixteen.

Section Thirty from “already” to “commenced”.

Section Thirty-two from “has” to “been or”.

Section Thirty-nine, the words “now pending or”.

Sections Forty-two to Forty-four and Fifty-two.

The following Sections and parts of Sections from the commencement of the “Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873.”; namely,—

Sections Twenty-four and Twenty-five.

Section Twenty-six from “whether” to end of that Section.

Section Twenty-seven from “whether the same” to “Common Law,”, from “whether such Day” to “or in Vacation,” and from “and every” to “a Day in Term-Time;”.

Section Twenty-eight from “whether” to end of that Section.

Section Thirty-two from “and it shall and” to end of that Section.

Section Thirty-three from “and a Transcript” to end of that Section.

Sections Thirty-four to Thirty-seven and Forty-eight.

13 & 14 Vict. c. 1.

An Act to amend an Act of the last Session, for making Provision for the Collection of County Cess in Ireland, and for the Remuneration of the Collectors thereof.

c. 3.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty.

c. 4.

An Act for requiring the Transmission of annual Abstracts of Accounts and Statements of Trustees or Commissioners of Turnpike Roads and Bridges in Ireland to the Lord Lieutenant to be laid before Parliament - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Six.

The rest of this Act so far as it relates to turnpike roads.

c. 5.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 6.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 7. in part.

An Act for consolidating the Office of the Registrar of Metropolitan Public Carriages with the Office of Commissioners of Police of the Metropolis, and making other Provisions in regard to the consolidated Offices - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Five from “and except as” to end of that Section.

Sections Nine and Ten.

c. 9.

An Act to repeal the Duties and Drawbacks of Excise on Bricks.

c. 10.

An Act for raising the Sum of Nine millions two hundred thousand Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty.

c. 11.

An Act to make better Provision for the Contributions of Unions and Parishes in School Districts to the Common Funds of the respective Districts.

c. 16.

An Act to enable the Judges of the Courts of Common Law at Westminster to alter the Forms of Pleading.

c. 17. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the last Session of Parliament for granting Relief against Defects in Leases made under Powers of Leasing - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Four.

c. 18. in part.

An Act for the Regulation of Process and Practice in the Superior Courts of Common Law in Ireland -} in part; namely,—

Section Thirty-two to “of the said consolidated Office; and”.

Section Thirty-five.

Section Thirty-six from “and that” to end of that Section.

Section Thirty-seven to “think just; and” and from “Provided also” to end of that Section.

Sections Forty-nine, Fifty, and Fifty-two.

The Schedule.

c. 19.

An Act to explain and amend an Act for the Regulation of Process and Practice in the Superior Courts of Common Law in Ireland.

c. 20. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her present Majesty, for the Appointment and Payment of Parish Constables - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Three, Six, and Nine.

c. 22.

An Act for raising the Sum of Eight millions five hundred and fifty-eight thousand seven hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty.

c. 23.

An Act to repeal an Exception in an Act of the Twenty-seventh Year of King Henry the Sixth concerning the Days whereon Fairs and Markets ought not to be kept.

c. 25.

An Act to enable Queen's Counsel and others, not being of the Degree of the Coif, to act as Judges of Assize.

Repealed from the commencement of the “Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873.”

c. 26. in part.

An Act to repeal an Act of the Sixth Year of King George the Fourth, for encouraging the Capture or Destruction of Piratical Ships and Vessels; and to make other Provisions in lieu thereof - -}in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two, the words “or any of the Ships or Vessels of War of the East India Company,”, “after the said First Day of June”, and from “including” to “Company”.

Section Four.

Section Five, the words “or the Ships or Vessels of War of the East India Company,”, from “if such” to “Ships, or their Boats,” (where those words first occur), and from “and which” to end of that Section.

Section Seven.

c. 27.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to provide for the Commencement of an Act of the present Session,—and ends with the words,—and to make other Provisions in lieu thereof.

c. 28. in part.

An Act to render more simple and effectual the Titles by which Congregations or Societies for Purposes of Religious Worship or Education in England and Ireland hold Property for such Purposes -}in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 29. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws concerning Judgments in Ireland - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Thirteen.

c. 30. in part.

An Act to provide for the Appointment of Sheriff of the County of Westmoreland - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Three.

c. 31. in part.

An Act to authorize further Advances of Money for Drainage and the Improvement of Landed Property in the United Kingdom, and to amend the Acts relating to such Advances - -}in part; namely,—

Section One so far as it relates to advances for improvement of landed property in Ireland.

Sections Three and Nine to Fourteen.

c. 34.

An Act to continue certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

c. 35. in part.

An Act to diminish the Delay and Expense of Proceedings in the High Court of Chancery in England} in part; namely,—

Section Fourteen from “Provided always,” to “such further Directions;”.

Section Nineteen from “until” to “Person, or”.

Section Twenty-six.

Section Twenty-nine to “and that”.

Sections Thirty-five and Thirty-six.

c. 36. in part.

An Act to facilitate Procedure in the Court of Session in Scotland - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Two to Four.

Section Five from “and such” to end of that Section.

Section Six.

Section Nine, the words “or Advocation,”, “Advocation or”, and “Advocation and”.

Section Twelve.

Section Twenty, the words “or of Advocation,” (wherever they occur).

Section Twenty-one.

Section Twenty-three, the word “Advocation,”.

Section Thirty.

Section Thirty-two, the words “Advocation or” (wherever they occur).

Section Thirty-three from “and in every Process of Advocation” to “Advocation as aforesaid;” and the words “and of Advocation,” and “or Advocation,”.

Sections Thirty-four and Thirty-eight.

Section Forty-nine to “Provided always, that”.

Section Fifty-two.

Section Fifty-four, the words “of Advocation and”.

Section Fifty-seven.

Schedule (B.), the words “or Note of Advocation”.

c. 38. in part.

An Act to render valid certain Marriages solemnized in the new Church at Upton cum Chalvey in the County of Buckingham and Diocese of Oxford -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 39. in part.

An Act for the better Government of Convict Prisons - in part; namely,—

Sections Three and Five.

c. 43. in part.

An Act to amend the Practice and Proceedings of the Court of Chancery of the County Palatine of Lancaster - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One so far as it relates to the Vice-Chancellor of the County Palatine of Lancaster and one of the Vice-Chancellors of the High Court of Chancery.

Sections Twenty-five and Twenty-six.

Section Twenty-seven, the words “in case of the Abolition of the said Clerks in Court,”.

Section Twenty-nine to “thenceforth”.

Section Thirty from “in the” to “awarded”.

Section Thirty-three from “after” to “aforesaid,”.

Section Thirty-eight.

c. 44.

An Act for taking an Account of the Population of Ireland.

c. 45.

An Act to continue an Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

c. 46.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots and Enrolments for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 47.

An Act for further continuing certain temporary Provisions concerning Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England.

c. 48.

An Act to continue certain Acts relating to Linen, Hempen, and other Manufactures in Ireland.

c. 49.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay, Clothing, and contingent and other Expenses,—and ends with the words,—and to authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 50.

An Act to continue the Exemption of Inhabitants from Liability to be rated as such in respect of Stock in Trade or other Property to the Relief of the Poor.

c. 51. in part.

An Act for the Transfer of the Equitable Jurisdiction of the Court of Exchequer to the Court of Chancery in Ireland - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Two to Seven, Nine and Ten.

Section Thirteen from “shall on the said First Day of August” to “other Proceedings”.

Sections Fifteen, Eighteen, Twenty-two, and Twenty-four to Twenty-seven.

Section Twenty-eight to “repealed, and”.

Section Thirty-two.

c. 53.

An Act for taking account of the Population of Great Britain.

c. 54. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to Labour in Factories - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Nine from “Provided” to end of that Section.

c. 55.

An Act to amend an Act of the last Session for amending an Act for the Regulation of Municipal Corporations in Ireland so far as relates to the Borough of Dublin.

c. 57. in part.

An Act to prevent the holding of Vestry or other Meetings in Churches, and for regulating the Appointment of Vestry Clerks - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Ten from “elected under an Act passed in the Fifty-ninth” to “Poor, or”.

Section Eleven.

c. 58.

An Act to continue an Act for authorizing the Application of Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads.

c. 60. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws relating to the Conveyance and Transfer of Real and Personal Property vested in Mortgagees and Trustees} in part; namely,—

Sections One, Thirty-eight, and Thirty-nine.

Section Forty-one, the words “Motion or” (wherever they occur).

Section Forty-two, the words “Motion or” (wherever they occur), and the words “Certificate or”.

Sections Fifty, Fifty-nine, and Sixty.

c. 61. in part.

An Act to extend the Act for the more easy Recovery of Small Debts and Demands in England, and to amend the same - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Four to “repealed; and”.

Section Nineteen from “and if any” to end of that Section.

Section Twenty-five.

And from the commencement of the “Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873.”—

Section Twenty-two, the words “as well in Term Time as in Vacation” (wherever they occur).

c. 63.

An Act to provide for the Redemption of an Annuity of Ten thousand Pounds payable to the “Equivalent Company.”

c. 64. in part.

An Act to provide for more effectually maintaining, repairing, improving, and rebuilding Bridges in Cities and Boroughs - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Six.

c. 67. in part.

An Act to reduce the Duty of Excise on Sugar manufactured in the United Kingdom, and to impose a countervailing Duty on Sugar used in the brewing of Beer for Sale; and also to amend the Laws relating to the Licences granted to Brewers and Distillers - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One to Five.

Section Six from “to retail” to “Behalf, or”, and the words “the Premises mentioned in such Licence as last aforesaid, or”, and the subsequent words “retail or”.

Section Seven to “being a Brewer of Beer :”.

Section Eight.

c. 68. in part.

An Act to shorten the Duration of Elections in Ireland, and for establishing additional Places for taking the Poll thereat - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two from “Provided” to end of that Section.

Section Seventeen to “passed; and that”.

Sections Twenty-three and Twenty-six.

c. 69. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws which regulate the Qualification and Registration of Parliamentary Voters in Ireland, and to alter the Law for rating Immediate Lessors of Premises to the Poor Rate in certain Boroughs - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One from “the Ninth” to “succeeding Year)” (where those words next occur), from “on or before the Thirtieth” to “succeeding Year” (where those words next occur), and from “to the Thirty-first” to “succeeding Year)”.

Section Two from “the Ninth” to “succeeding Year)”.

Section Five from “the Ninth” to “succeeding Year)” (where those words next occur), from “on or before the Thirtieth” to “succeeding Year)” (where those words next occur), and from “to the Thirty-first” to “succeeding Year)”.

Section Seven from “to the Ninth” to “succeeding Year)” (where those words next occur), from “on or before the Thirtieth” to “succeeding Year)” (where those words next occur), and from “to the Thirty-first” to “succeeding Year)”.

Sections Ten and Eleven.

Section Twelve from “after” to “fifty-one,”.

Section Thirteen from “to the Ninth” (where those words first occur) to “succeeding Year)” (where those words next occur) and from “to the Ninth” (where those words next occur) to “succeeding Year)”.

Section Fourteen from “to the Ninth” (where those words first occur) to “succeeding Year)” (where those words next occur), from “on or before the Thirtieth” to “succeeding Year)” (where those words next occur), from “to the Thirty-first” to “succeeding Year)” (where those words next occur), and from “to the Ninth” (where those words next occur) to “succeeding Year)”.

Section Fifteen from “on or before the Ninth” to “such Clerk of the Peace shall,” and from “after the Year” to “fifty-one,”.

Section Sixteen, the figures “2, 4, 5, 6”, from “on or before the Ninth” to “fifty, and”, from “after the Year” to “fifty-one,”, from “according to the Form (numbered 2.)” to “Union his Precept,” and from “of the Lists” to “Act, or”.

Sections Seventeen and Eighteen.

Section Nineteen from “after” to “fifty-one,”.

Section Twenty from “after” to “fifty-one,”.

Section Twenty-two to “Effect; and”, and the words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one”.

Section Twenty-three from “on or before the Thirtieth” to “fifty, and”, from “on or before the Twenty-fifth” to “fifty, or” (where those words next occur), from “in each” to “and fifty-one,” (where those words next occur), from “on or before the Second” to “fifty, or” and the words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one,” (wherever they occur).

Section Twenty-four to “Act, and”, and the words “succeeding” and “respective”.

Section Twenty-five from “between the Twelfth” to “fifty, and”.

Section Twenty-six to “fifty-one, and”, the words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one” (wherever they occur), from “on the Ninth” to “fifty), and” (where those words next occur), the words “(as regards each Year after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one)”, from “on or before the Twelfth” to “fifty, and” (where those words next occur), and from “on or before the said Twelfth” to “fifty, and”.

Section Twenty-seven from “on or before the Fourteenth” to “fifty, and” and from “after” to “fifty-one”.

Section Twenty-eight.

Section Twenty-nine from “on or before the Ninth” to “fifty, and” (where those words next occur), the words “the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, and”, the word “succeeding” (where it next occurs), from “in the Years” to “Five Years,” and from “the said alphabetical” to “fifty-one”.

Section Thirty from “on or before the Thirteenth” to “fifty, and” (where those words next occur), the words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one,”, (where they first occur), from “on or before the Thirtieth” to “fifty, and”, from “in each” to “and fifty-one” (where those words next occur), and from “to the Thirty-first” to “succeeding Year,”.

Section Thirty-one from “between the Fifth” to “fifty, and” (where those words next occur), the words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one,” (wherever they occur), from “the Thirtieth” to “fifty, or”, from “on or before the Thirtieth” to “fifty, and”, and from “to the Thirty-first” to “succeeding Year,”.

Section Thirty-two from “on or before the Tenth” to “fifty, and”, the words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one,” (wherever they occur), from “shall not” to “September, and” and from “(in the” (where those words next occur) to “fifty-one)”.

Section Thirty-three from “on or before the Ninth” to “fifty, and” (where those words next occur), the words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one” (wherever they occur), from “and shall in the Year” to “such City, Town, or Borough:”, from “on or before the Thirtieth” to “fifty, or”, from “to the Thirty-first” to “succeeding Year)” (where those words next occur), from “to the Ninth” to “succeeding Year)”, the word “respective” (where it next occurs), and from “on or before the Twelfth” to “fifty, and”.

Section Thirty-four from “on the Ninth” to “fifty-one), or”, from “(as regards” (where those words next occur) to “and fifty-one),” (where those words next occur), from “on or before the Twenty-fifth” to “fifty, and” (where those words next occur), the words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one” (wherever they occur), and from “on or before the Second” to “fifty, and”.

Section Thirty-five from “between the Fifteenth” to “fifty, and” and from “after” to “fifty-one,”.

Section Thirty-six from “on the Ninth” to “fifty-one), or”, the words “(as regards each Year after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one),”, from “on or before the Twelfth” to “fifty, and” (where those words next occur), the words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one,” (wherever they occur), and from “on or before the said Twelfth” to “fifty, and”.

Section Thirty-seven from “on or before the Fourteenth” to “fifty, and” and from “after” to “fifty-one,”.

Section Thirty-eight from “on or before the Seventeenth” to “fifty, and”, the words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one,” (where they next occur), and from “(in the” (where those words next occur) to “fifty-one)”.

Section Forty-three from “the List” to “fifty-one,” and the words “List of registered Voters or”.

Section Forty-four from “in the Year” to “December, and”, the words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one” (wherever they occur), and from “as soon as possible” (where those words secondly occur) to “fifty, and”.

Section Forty-five.

Section Forty-six from “between the First” to “fifty-one, and” and the word “succeeding”.

Section Forty-seven from “between the First” to “fifty-one, and” and the word “succeeding”.

Section Forty-eight from “and shall also” to “recited Act,”, the word “succeeding”, from “between the Ninth” to “fifty-one), and” and from “(as regards” (where those words next occur) to “fifty-one),”.

Section Forty-nine from “shall in the” to “Act, and” and the word “succeeding”.

Section Fifty-two from “on the Ninth” to “fifty-one), or “and the words “(as regards each succeeding Year)”.

Section Fifty-three from “on the Ninth” to “fifty-one), or” and the words “(as regards each succeeding Year)”.

Section Fifty-five from “or if the Date” to “specified,”, from “on the Ninth” (where those words first occur) to “fifty-one), or” (where those words next occur), the words “(as regards each succeeding Year)” (wherever they occur), from “Provided also, that every” to “expire:”, from “on the Ninth” (where those words next occur) to “fifty-one), or” (where those words next occur), and from “on the said Ninth” to “fifty-one), or”.

Section Fifty-six from “after the Fourteenth” to “Year), or”, the word “succeeding” and the words “and Dates of Registry”.

Section Sixty-three from “shall, as regards the first” to “Act” (where that word last occurs).

Section Sixty-four from “shall, as regards the first” to “subsequent Register,”.

Section Sixty-five from “shall, as regards the first” to “under this Act)”.

Section Seventy-five from “within” to “Year), and” and the words “(as regards any subsequent Year),”.

Section Seventy-six from “of the said Easter” to “and also” and from “in every” to “fifty-one”.

Section Eighty-eight from “holden” to “fifty-one,”.

Section Ninety from “holden” to “fifty-one”.

Section Ninety-eight from “at any Election” (where those words first occur) to “and fifty-one” (where those words last occur).

Section One hundred and four from “after” to “fifty-one,”.

Section One hundred and nine from “during the Thirtieth” to “and fifty-one” (where those words next occur), the word “such” (where it next occurs), from “during the like” to “and fifty-one)” (where those words next occur), from the “Thirtieth” (where those words next occur) to “fifty, or”, and the subsequent words “after One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one,”.

Section One hundred and eleven from “the Ninth” to “fifty-one), or” and from “(as regards each” to “fifty-one),”.

Section One hundred and twenty.

Schedule (A.) Forms, No. 1. and the Note thereto, No. 2. and the Note thereto, No. 3. the words “in every Year after the Year 1851”, No. 4., No. 5., No. 6. and the foot-note thereto, No. 7. and the Note at end, No. 8. the words “in all Years after 1851”, No. 9. the words “in all Years after 1851”, No. 10. the fourth column, No. 11. the words “(if registered under 2 & 3 Will. 4. c. 88. it must be so stated)”, No. 13. the words “(if registered under 2 & 3 Will. 4. c. 88. so state)”, No. 14. the last column and the Notes at end, and No. 15. the words “[To be used in all Years after 1851.]”.

Schedule (B.) Forms, No. 1. and the Note at end, No. 2. and the Note at end, No. 3. and the Note at end, No. 4. the marginal note with the reference to it and the paragraph in brackets and the foot-note thereon with the reference to it, No. 6. the marginal note with the reference to it, No. 6. the marginal note with the reference to it, No. 7. the fifth column, the marginal note with the reference to it and the Note at end, No. 8. the fifth column and the Note at end, No. 9. the third column and the Note at end, No. 10. from “[and that I claim” to “in the Year].”, No. 11. the fifth column, No. 12. the fourth column, No. 13. the third column, No. 14. the Note at end from “and if the Person”, No. 15. Note at end from “and if the Person”, No. 16. the words “(if registered under 2 & 3 Will. 4. c. 88. so state).”, No. 17. the words “(if registered under 2 & 3 Will. 4. c. 88. so state).” and No. 18. the second column.

c. 71.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue an Act of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years,—and ends with the words,—contagious or infectious Disorders among Sheep, Cattle, and other Animals.

c. 72. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws for the Registration of Assurances of Lands in Ireland - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Sixty-five.

c. 73. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Proceedings by Process of Attachment of Goods in the Borough and other Courts of Record in Ireland - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One, Eleven, Thirteen, and Fourteen.

c. 74. in part.

An Act for the better Regulation of the Office of Registrar of Judgments in Ireland - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Seven and Thirteen.

c. 75. in part.

An Act to regulate the Receipt and Amount of Fees receivable by certain Officers in the Court of Common Pleas - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 79. in part.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain, and to make further Provisions respecting Turnpike Roads in England - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One, Two, and Six.

Section Nine from “except” to “continued”.

The Schedule.

c. 80.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to repeal Part of an Act of the Fifteenth Year of King George the Third,—and ends with the words,—said Fisheries to the Ports thereof at the End of the Fishing Season.

c. 82. in part.

An Act to extend the Remedies for the Collection of Grand Jury Cess in Ireland - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 83. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Abandonment of Railways, and the Dissolution of Railway Companies, in certain Cases - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Thirty-five from “any Action or Suit or other” to “Suit, nor”.

Section Forty.

c. 85. in part.

An Act to provide for holding the Assizes of certain Counties of Cities and Towns in Ireland in the Assize Towns of the adjoining Counties at large in certain Cases; and to make Provision as to Gaols in case of the Change of Assize Towns - - }in part; namely,—

Section Six.

c. 87.

An Act for Payment of a Moiety of certain Penalties towards Police Super-annuation Funds.

c. 88. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Engines used in the Rivers and on the Sea Coasts of Ireland for the taking of Fish - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Fifty-seven.

c. 89. in part.

An Act to regulate the Proceedings in the High Court of Chancery in Ireland - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Thirty-six from “and shall be charged” to “such quarterly Day;”.

Section Thirty-seven from “and the said Secretary” to end of that Section.

Section Forty.

Section Forty-one, the words “or any Three or more of them,” (wherever they occur), and from “and all such” to “Purpose :”.

The Schedule.

c. 91. in part.

An Act to authorize Justices of any Borough having a separate Gaol to commit Assize Prisoners to such Gaol, and to extend the Jurisdiction of Borough Justices to all Offences and Matters arising within the Borough for which they act - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One from “and whenever” to “situated;”.

Section Twelve.

c. 92. in part.

An Act for the more effectual Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Scotland - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Thirteen.

c. 94. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Five to “repealed; and”.

Section Seven from “within” to “again”.

Section Thirteen to “repealed, and”.

Sections Sixteen and Eighteen.

Section Twenty-two from “and there shall” to end of that Section.

Section Twenty-seven from “as to any” to “existing,” and from “at any” to “Act, and”.

Section Twenty-nine.

c. 98. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the holding of Benefices in Plurality - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Nine and Fourteen.

c. 99.

An Act for the better assessing and collecting the Poor Rates and Highway Rates in respect of Small Tenements.

c. 101. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue Two Acts passed in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Years,—and ends with the words,—Relief of the Poor - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One, the word “temporary”, and from “shall continue” to “Parliament, and”, and the words “and of Tunstead and Happing,”.

Section Thirteen.

c. 104. in part.

An Act to extend and amend the Acts relating to the Copyright of Designs - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Sixteen so far as it relates to the Act of the Thirty-eighth Year of King George the Third therein mentioned.

c. 105. in part.

An Act for facilitating the Union of Liberties with the Counties in which they are situate - - } in part; namely,—

Section Twelve.

c. 106.

An Act to continue, for a Time to be limited, an Act of the Eleventh Year of Her present Majesty, for the better Prevention of Crime and Outrage in certain Parts of Ireland.

c. 107.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund, and certain other Sums, to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty; and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 110.

An Act to continue the Act for amending the Laws relating to Savings Banks in Ireland.

c. 113.

An Act to authorize the Transfer of Loans for the Improvement of Land in Ireland to other Land.

c. 114. in part.

An Act to repeal the Stamp Duties on Proceedings in the Courts of Law in Ireland, and to grant certain other Stamp Duties in lieu thereof - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “from and after” to “lieu thereof”.

14 & 15 Vict. c. 3.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one.

c. 4.

An Act to enable Her Majesty to appoint a Vice Chancellor in the Room of Sir James Wigram, resigned.

c. 5.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 6.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 8.

An Act to extend the Provisions of the Designs Act, 1850, and to give Protection from Piracy to Persons exhibiting new Inventions in the Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations in One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one.

c. 9.

An Act for raising the Sum of Seventeen millions seven hundred and fifty-six thousand six hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one.

c. 12. in part.

An Act to continue the Duties on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices, and to amend the Act imposing the same - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

c. 17.

An Act further to explain and amend an Act for the Regulation of Process and Practice in the Superior Courts of Common Law in Ireland.

c. 18.

An Act to continue the Stamp Duties granted by an Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her present Majesty to assimilate the Stamp Duties in Great Britain and Ireland, and to make Regulations for collecting and managing the same.

c. 19. in part.

An Act for the better Prevention of Offences - in part; namely,—

Sections Ten and Fifteen.

c. 21. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to amend an Act of the Sixth and Seventh Years,—and ends with the words,—Bridges, and Tolls to be paid for passing the same, in certain Cases - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 22.

An Act to continue the Survey of Great Britain, Berwick-upon-Tweed, and the Isle of Man.

c. 26. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to the British White Herring Fishery - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Four to “repealed; and”.

c. 28. in part.

An Act for the well-ordering of Common Lodging Houses - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Three and Four so far as they relate to Ireland.

Sections Six and Eight.

The Schedule.

c. 29.

An Act for further continuing certain temporary Provisions concerning Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England.

c. 30.

An Act to continue an Act for authorizing the Application of Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads.

c. 31.

An Act to continue an Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

c. 32.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots and Enrolments for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 34. in part.

An Act to encourage the Establishment of Lodging Houses for the Labouring Classes - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three from “elected under an Act passed in the Fifty-ninth” to “Poor, or”.

Section Four.

Section Five to “Majesty; and”.

Section Thirty-one, the words “and also with the Approval of the General Board of Health,” (wherever they occur).

Section Thirty-two.

Sections Thirty-five, Thirty-eight, Forty-two, and Forty-three, so far as they relate to the approval of the General Board of Health.

c. 36. in part.

An Act to repeal the Duties payable on Dwelling Houses according to the Number of Windows or Lights, and to grant in lieu thereof other Duties on Inhabited Houses according to their annual Value }in part; namely,—

Section One to “Scotland,” and from “and which” to “repealed,”.

Sections Four to Six.

c. 37.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain.

c. 39.

An Act to exempt Burgesses and Freemen in certain Cases from the Operation of an Act for the better assessing and collecting the Poor Rates and Highway Rates in respect of Small Tenements.

c. 40.

An Act for Marriages in India.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 41. in part.

An Act to regulate the Salaries of the Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench and the Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas - - } in part; namely,—

All words within parentheses.

c. 42. in part.

An Act to make better Provision for the Management of the Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues of the Crown, and for the Direction of Public Works and Buildings - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Four to “repealed, and”.

Section Six to “repealed; and”.

Section Nine.

Section Ten to “repealed; and”.

Sections Eighteen and Nineteen.

Section Twenty from “and no” to end of that Section.

Section Twenty-two, the words “The Phœnix Park,”.

Section Twenty-four.

Section Twenty-eight to “Public Buildings, and” and from “and all Government” to end of that Section.

Sections Twenty-nine to Thirty-one, and Forty-one.

c. 44.

An Act to continue certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

c. 45.

An Act to continue an Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her present Majesty for amending the Law relative to Private Lunatic Asylums in Ireland.

c. 47.

An Act to continue the Exemption of Inhabitants from Liability to be rated as such in respect of Stock in Trade or other Property to the Relief of the Poor.

c. 48.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue an Act of the Second and Third Years,—and ends with the words,—unlawful Oaths in Ireland, as the same is amended by an Act of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of Her Majesty's Reign.

c. 49. in part.

An Act to repeal an Act of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of Her present Majesty, for making preliminary Inquiries in certain Cases of Applications for Local Acts, and to make other Provisions in lieu thereof - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 50. in part.

An Act to amend the Public Health Act, and an Act of the Third and Fourth Years of King William the Fourth, in respect of the Assessment of Tithe and Tithe Rentcharges for certain Rates - - }in part; namely,—

From “and under” to end.

c. 51.

An Act to authorize for a further Period the Application of Money for the Purposes of Loans for carrying on Public Works in Ireland.

c. 55. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Expenses of Prosecutions, and to make further Provision for the Apprehension and Trial of Offenders, in certain cases - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One, Three, Four, and Seventeen.

Section Nineteen from “and whenever” to “Common Gaol of such adjoining County;”.

Section Twenty from “and the Keeper” to “Gaol of such County;”.

Section Twenty-one from “without” to “Purpose,”.

Section Twenty-two.

c. 56. in part.

An Act to sanction the Service by Post of Notices relative to the Proceedings of certain charitable Institutions, and to make further Provision as to the Service of such Notices in future - - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 57. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws relating to Civil Bills and the Courts of Quarter Sessions in Ireland, and to transfer to the Assistant Barristers certain Jurisdiction as to Insolvent Debtors - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two to “has held the same; and”.

Sections Five and Forty-seven.

Section Ninety-eight from “nor shall” to end of that Section.

Sections One hundred and fifteen, One hundred and twenty, One hundred and twenty-two to One hundred and twenty-four, One hundred and forty-three, One hundred and forty-nine, One hundred and fifty-six, and One hundred and sixty.

Section One hundred and sixty-one to “mentioned :” and the words “and to be remunerated in like Manner,”.

Schedule A.

Schedule B. from “Henry Kemmis” to “£900 per Annum.”, from “The present” to “£1,600 per Annum.”, and from “The present” (where those words next occur) to “£1,200 per Annum.”.

The rest of this Act so far as it relates to the Chairman of the Sessions of the Peace for the county of Dublin.

And from the 1st day of August 1877,—

Sections One hundred and sixteen and One hundred and seventeen.

c. 58.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—Militia; and to authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 59.

An Act to continue certain of the Allowances of the Duty of Excise on Soap used in Manufactures.

c. 64. in part.

An Act to repeal the Act for constituting Commissioners of Railways - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One to “repealed, and”, and from “and all Proceedings” to end of that Section.

Section Three from “after” to “October,”.

c. 65. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue certain temporary Provisions,—and ends with the words,—Grand Jury Cess and other Purposes - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One and Three.

c. 67. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to repeal so much of an Act of the Twelfth Year,—and ends with the words,—temporary Provisions with regard to the said Magazines and Stores - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

Section Three from “and subject to such” to end of that Section.

Sections Seven to Eleven.

c. 68. in part.

An Act to provide for the better Distribution, Support, and Management of Medical Charities in Ireland; and to amend an Act of the Eleventh Year of Her Majesty, to provide for the Execution of the Laws for the Relief of the Poor in Ireland - }in part; namely,—

Section Six to “may appear necessary; and”.

Sections Thirteen, Fourteen, and Twenty-two.

c. 69.

An Act to continue an Act of the Twelfth Year of Her present Majesty, to prevent the spreading of contagious or infectious Disorders among Sheep, Cattle, and other Animals.

c. 70. in part.

An Act to alter and amend certain Provisions of the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, so far as relates to Ireland - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Thirty-two.

c. 71.

An Act to repeal certain Statutes relating to the Irish Branch of the United Church of England and Ireland.

c. 75.

An Act to amend and continue the Metropolitan Sewers Acts.

c. 77. in part.

An Act to alter and extend the Powers of an Act of the Ninth and Tenth Years of Her Majesty's Reign, intituled An Act to empower the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods to form a Royal Park in Battersea Fields in the County of Surrey }in part; namely,—

Section Fourteen.

c. 78.

An Act to continue and amend an Act for establishing an Office for the Benefit of the Coalwhippers of the Port of London.

c. 82. in part.

An Act to simplify the Forms of Appointments to certain Offices, and the Manner of passing Grants under the Great Seal - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One, Three, Four, and Ten.

c. 83. in part.

An Act to improve the Administration of Justice in the Court of Chancery and in the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Four and Eleven.

Section Twelve from “shall fix” to “generally”, and the words “dividing and”.

Section Sixteen to “repealed; and”.

Section Seventeen to “make up the net yearly Sum of Ten thousand Pounds; and”, and from “on or before” to “fifty-one, and”.

Section Eighteen to “Chapter Forty-six,” and from “out” to “Act,”.

Section Twenty from “and such Annuity shall be issued” to “thereupon;”.

Section Twenty-two from “Fund placed” to “or the other”, and from “and also, so long” to end of that Section.

Section Twenty-three from “the said” to “Fund, or”, the word “other”, and from “and on” to “Manner”.

And from the commencement of the “Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873.”—

Sections One, Five, Six, Eight, Nine, Thirteen, and Fourteen.

And from the commencement of Section Twenty of the “Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873.”—

Section Ten.

c. 85. in part.

An Act further to amend an Act of the Sixth Year of King William the Fourth, to consolidate and amend the Laws relating to the Constabulary Force in Ireland - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One to “Fund :”.

Section Four to “repealed; and”, and from “Provided also” to end of that Section.

c. 88. in part.

An Act for amending the several Acts for the Regulation of Attornies and Solicitors - - - - - }:—

Except Section Four.

c. 90. in part.

An Act for the better Collection of Fines, Penalties, Issues, Amerciaments, and forfeited Recognizances in Ireland - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Nineteen and Twenty-one.

c. 92. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Acts relating to certain Offences and other Matters as to which Justices of the Peace exercise Summary Jurisdiction in Ireland - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Nine, Clause Six, the words “or Turnpike Gate,” (wherever they occur).

Sections Twenty-six and Twenty-seven.

c. 93. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Acts regulating the Proceedings at Petty Sessions, and the Duties of Justices of the Peace out of Quarter Sessions, in Ireland - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Forty-three and Forty-six.

c. 97. in part.

An Act to amend the Church Building Acts - in part; namely,—

Section Fourteen from “provided” to end of that Section.

Section Nineteen from “and the vesting” to “Act,”.

Section Twenty-three.

Section Twenty-five from “and the Minister” to “reason thereof;”.

c. 99. in part.

An Act to amend the Law of Evidence - - in part; namely,—

Sections One, Twelve, and Twenty as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

Sections Eleven and Nineteen so far as they relate to British India.

c. 100. in part.

An Act for further improving the Administration of Criminal Justice - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Ten, Twenty-six, and Thirty-one.

c. 101.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund, and certain other Sums, to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one; and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 102. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to the Merchant Seamen's Fund, and to provide for winding up the said Fund, and for the better Management thereof in the meantime - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three.

Section Four from “and the Two” to “Execution of this Act;”.

Section Fifteen.

Section Twenty from “but any” to end of that Section.

Sections Twenty-three, Thirty-nine, and Forty.

Section Forty-five to “United Kingdom; and”.

Section Fifty from “and the said President” to end of that Section.

Section Fifty-nine from “after” to “fifty-two”.

c. 105. in part.

An Act to continue an Act of the Fourteenth Year of Her Majesty for charging the Maintenance of certain poor Persons in Unions in England and Wales upon the Common Fund; and to make certain Amendments in the Laws for the Relief of the Poor - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Six from “any Part” to “Building” (where that word next occurs).

The Schedule.

c. 106.

An Act for appointing Commissioners to inquire into the Existence of Bribery in the Borough of St. Alban.

15 & 16 Vict. c. 1.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-two.

c. 3. in part.

An Act to provide for the Administration of Personal Estates of Intestates and others to which Her Majesty may be entitled in right of Her Prerogative or in right of Her Duchy of Lancaster - - }in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 5. in part.

An Act further to explain and amend the Acts for the Regulation of Municipal Corporations in England and Wales, and in Ireland - - }in part; namely,—

Section One, the words “to have had or”, “having had or”, and “may have been or”.

Sections Two to Five.

Section Six, the words “to have been or”, “having had or”, “may have been or”, “to have been and”, and from “(unless” to “Act)”.

c. 6.

An Act for extending the Term of the provisional Registration of Inventions under “The Protection of Inventions Act, 1851.”

c. 7.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 8.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 9.

An Act to disfranchise the Borough of Saint Alban.

c. 10.

An Act for raising the Sum of Seventeen millions seven hundred and forty-two thousand eight hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-two.

c. 11.

An Act to continue an Act of the Twelfth Year of Her present Majesty, to prevent the spreading of contagious or infectious Disorders among Sheep, Cattle, and other Animals.

c. 12. in part.

An Act to enable Her Majesty to carry into effect a Convention with France on the Subject of Copyright; to extend and explain the International Copyright Acts; and to explain the Acts relating to Copyright in Engravings - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Twelve and Thirteen.

c. 13.

An Act to amend and continue certain Acts relating to Linen, Hempen, and other Manufactures in Ireland.

c. 14.

An Act to continue an Act of the Fifteenth Year of Her present Majesty, for charging the Maintenance of certain poor Persons in Unions in England and Wales upon the Common Fund.

c. 15.

An Act to continue an Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

c. 17.

An Act for further continuing certain temporary Provisions concerning Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England.

c. 18.

An Act to continue the Exemption of Inhabitants from Liability to be rated as such in respect of Stock in Trade or other Property to the Relief of the Poor.

c. 19.

An Act to continue an Act for authorizing the Application of Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads.

c. 20.

An Act to continue the Duties on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices.

c. 21.

An Act to continue the Stamp Duties granted by an Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her present Majesty, to assimilate the Stamp Duties in Great Britain and Ireland, and to make Regulations for collecting and managing the same.

c. 22.

An Act to continue certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

c. 26. in part.

An Act to enable Her Majesty to carry into effect Arrangements made with Foreign Powers for the Apprehension of Seamen who desert from their Ships - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One from “or the” to “Company,”.

Section Two from “or in” to “Company”.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 32.

An Act to alter and amend certain Provisions in the Laws relating to the Number and Election of Magistrates and Councillors in the Burghs in Scotland - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Seven to Nine.

c. 37.

An Act to continue the Poor Law Commission for Ireland.

c. 47.

An Act to enable Her Majesty to abolish otherwise than by Treaty, on Condition of Reciprocity, Differential Duties on Foreign Ships.

c. 51. in part.

An Act to extend the Provisions of the Acts for the Commutation of Manorial Rights, and for the gradual Enfranchisement of Lands of Copyhold and Customary Tenure - - - - }in part; namely,—

The Schedule, No. 1.

c. 54. in part.

An Act further to facilitate and arrange Proceedings in the County Courts - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Two to “repealed; and” and from “now” to “hereafter”.

Section Ten to “repealed; and”.

Sections Eleven to Fourteen.

Section Sixteen to “Act”.

Sections Seventeen and Nineteen.

c. 55. in part.

An Act to extend the Provisions of “The Trustee Act, 1850.” - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Two to “repealed; and”.

c. 56. in part.

An Act for regulating the Qualifications of Pharmaceutical Chemists - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Two from “Provided also” to end of that Section.

Section Three.

Section Four from “within” to “passing of this Act,”.

c. 57. in part.

An Act to provide for more effectual Inquiry into the Existence of corrupt Practices at Elections for Members to serve in Parliament - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Fifteen from “which said Payments” to end of that Section.

Repealed so long as 31 & 32 Vict. c. 125. s. 15. and 32 & 33 Vict. c. 21. continue in force.

c. 58.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain.

c. 59.

An Act to continue the Poor Law Board.

c. 60.

An Act to continue an Act of the Twelfth Year of Her present Majesty for amending the Laws relating to Savings Banks in Ireland.

c. 63. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Valuation of rateable Property in Ireland - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One to Nine and Twenty-five.

Section Twenty-six from “Provided always” to end of that Section.

Section Twenty-seven from “Provided” to end of that Section.

Section Thirty-four from “Provided always,” to end of that Section.

Section Forty-six.

The Forms annexed to this Act.

c. 64.

An Act to continue and amend the Metropolitan Sewers Act.

c. 66.

An Act to continue an Act of the Eleventh Year of Her present Majesty, for the better Prevention of Crime and Outrage in certain Parts of Ireland.

c. 67.

An Act to continue the Powers of applying for a Sale of Lands under the Act for facilitating the Sale and Transfer of Incumbered Estates in Ireland.

c. 68.

An Act for the Application of certain Money accrued from Fines and Forfeitures in Ireland in aid of certain distressed Unions and Electoral Divisions in that Country.

c. 73. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to make Provision for a permanent Establishment of Officers to perform the Duties at Nisi Prius,—and ends with the words,—Offices in those Courts - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One to “abolished; and”.

Section Two from “and the Officers” to end of that Section.

Section Seven, the words “to the Marshal of the Senior Judge”.

Section Ten from “provided” to end of that Section.

Section Eleven from “Provided” to end of that Section.

Sections Sixteen to Eighteen.

Section Thirty from “shall, as the” to “aforesaid, or” and the word “otherwise”.

Section Thirty-one to “abolished; and”.

Section Thirty-two from “from and” to “of Messengers of the Court of Exchequer,”.

Schedule (C.)

And from the commencement of the “Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873,”—

Section Eight.

c. 74.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—Militia; and to authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 75.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots and Enrolments for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 76.

An Act to amend the Process, Practice, and Mode of Pleading in the Superior Courts of Common Law at Westminster, and in the Superior Courts of the Counties Palatine of Lancaster and Durham - }in part; namely,—

Sections One, Ten, Twenty-four, Twenty-six, Ninety-two, One hundred, and One hundred and four.

Section One hundred and forty-two, the words “or Insolvency”.

Section Two hundred and thirty from “except” to “Pleading,”.

Section Two hundred and thirty-four.

And from the commencement of the “Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873,”—

Sections Two hundred and twenty-three, Two hundred and thirty-one, and Two hundred and thirty-three.

c. 80. in part.

An Act to abolish the Office of Master in Ordinary of the High Court of Chancery, and to make Provision for the more speedy and efficient Despatch of Business in the said Court - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One to Four and Seven to Ten.

Section Eleven to “and fifty-two”.

Section Seventeen from “have been Chief” to “Court, or”, and from “Provided” to end of that Section.

Section Twenty-four.

Section Twenty-six, the words “or Claims”.

Section Twenty-nine to “and fifty-two”.

Sections Thirty-five, Thirty-seven, and Thirty-nine.

Section Forty to “and fifty-two”.

Section Forty-four from “and to every” to “fifty Pounds;”, from “and to direct” to “Three hundred Pounds :”, from “to any such” to “either Case,” the words “or Junior Clerk”, and from “Provided also” to end of that Section.

Section Forty-five from “to be paid and” to end of that Section.

Section Forty-seven.

Section Fifty-five from “and paid” to “Manner,”.

Section Fifty-seven from “and such Salary” to end of that Section.

Section Fifty-eight.

And from the commencement of the “Supreme Court of Judicature Act, 1873.”—

Section Fifty-two, and

Section Fifty-three, so far as it in any manner applies any repealed part of 5 Vict. c. 5.

c. 81. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Statutes relating to the Assessment and Collection of County Rates in England and Wales - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Fifty-two from “or under an Act” to “Employment of the Poor,”“.

c. 82.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund, and certain other Sums, to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 84. in part.

An Act to make better Provision respecting the Supply of Water to the Metropolis - - }in part; namely,—

Section One to “and fifty-five”, the words “except the Governor and Company of Chelsea Waterworks,”, and from “and from and” to end of that Section.

Section Two to “and fifty-five”.

Section Three to “and fifty-five,”.

Section Four to “and fifty-five,”.

Section Twenty-six, the words “with the Approval of the Board of Trade,”.

c. 85. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws concerning the Burial of the Dead in the Metropolis - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two from “or where” to “Seven Days”.

Sections Twelve and Forty-seven.

Section Fifty-two from “elected under an Act of the” to “Poor,” or”.

c. 86. in part.

An Act to amend the Practice and Course of Proceeding in the High Court of Chancery - - }in part; namely,—

Section One to “discontinued; and”.

Section Two.

Section Seventeen to “Provided always, that”.

Section Twenty-eight to “Provided always, that”.

Section Thirty-five to “Court; and”.

Sections Forty-three, Sixty-five, and Sixty-seven.

The rest of the Act so far as it relates to claims.

c. 87. in part.

An Act for the Relief of the Suitors of the High Court of Chancery - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One to “and fifty-two” (where those words first occur), and from “after the” (where those words next occur) to “fifty-two,”.

Section Three to “and fifty-two,”.

Section Five to “cease; and”.

Section Sixteen from “shall be in lieu” to “force, and”, the word “quarterly”, and from “on the Four” to end of that Section.

Section Twenty-three from “the following” to “Deputy Sealer, and”, and from “and the respective” to end of that Section.

Section Twenty-four to “and fifty-two,”.

Section Twenty-five to “and fifty-two,”.

Section Twenty-six to “and fifty-two,”, and from “and such yearly” to end of that Section.

Section Twenty-nine to “and fifty-two,”.

Sections Thirty-five and Forty.

Section Forty-nine from “the Keeper”, to “the Hanaper,”, the words “Deputy Chaff Wax, Sealer,”, and from “the First” to “any such Compensation,”.

16 & 17 Vict. c. 1.

An Act to make Provision concerning Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes payable in the Metropolis on the Day appointed for the Funeral of Arthur late Duke of Wellington.

c. 4.

An Act to amend an Act for guaranteeing Interest on such Loans, not exceeding Five hundred thousand Pounds, as may be raised by the British Colonies on the Continent of South America, in the West Indies, and the Mauritius, for certain Purposes.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 6.

An Act to apply the Sum of Two Millions to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-three.

c. 9.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 10.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 12.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-three.

c. 13.

An Act to revive certain temporary Provisions relating to the Collection of Grand Jury Cess in Ireland.

c. 19.

An Act to amend an Act of the Fifteenth Year of Her present Majesty (New Forest Deer Removal), as regards the Publication of Claims, and the preferring and delivering Objections thereto.

c. 20. in part.

An Act to alter and amend an Act of the Fifteenth Year of Her present Majesty, for amending the Law of Evidence in Scotland - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

c. 22. in part.

An Act for making further Provision for the Execution of the Office of Examiner of the High Court of Chancery - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three, the words “out of the Fund entitled ‘The Suitors Fee Fund’;” and the words “out of the aforesaid Suitors Fee Fund”.

c. 25.

An Act for raising the Sum of Seventeen millions seven hundred and forty-two thousand five hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-three.

c. 29. in part.

An Act for regulating the Weights used in Sales of Bullion - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 31.

An Act to apply the Sum of Four Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-three.

c. 34. in part.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty Duties on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Twelve from “within” to “succeeding Year,” and the words “and within the same Period in each Year”.

Section Twenty-seven.

Section Twenty-eight, from “Provided always” to “as the case may require”.

Section Forty from “under this Act” to “as the case may be”.

Sections Forty-four, Forty-five, Fifty-seven, and Fifty-nine.

c. 35.

An Act to make Provision concerning the future Regulation of certain Appointments connected with Cathedral and Collegiate Churches, and concerning certain of the Estates of the Deans and Chapters of York and Carlisle.

c. 37.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to impose additional Duties on Spirits.—and ends with the words,—and to amend the Laws relating to the collecting and securing the Duties of Excise upon Spirits.

c. 38. in part.

An Act to extend the Remedies for the Compensation of malicious $$$ to Property in Ireland - }in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 39.

An Act to repeal the Duties, Allowances, and Drawbacks of Excise on Soap.

c. 45. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws and to grant additional Facilities in relation to the Purchase of Government Annuities through the Medium of Savings Banks, and to make other Provisions in respect thereof - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Ten from “provided” to the end of that Section.

Section Sixteen from “Provided also” to the end of that Section.

c. 50. in part.

An Act to effect Exchange of Patronage by Archbishops, Bishops, and other Ecclesiastical corporations - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three from “to be appointed” to “Chapter Five”.

c. 55. in part.

An Act to make better Provision for the efficient Discharge of the Duties of the Taxing Officer in and for the Common Law Business in Ireland - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two from “and Henry Colles” to the end of that Section.

c. 58. in part.

An Act to authorise the Appointment of Barristers for the Purpose of effecting a complete annual Revision of Lists and Registry of Voters for the City of Dublin, and to remove Doubts as to the Rate Books for the Purposes of such Registry - }in part; namely,—

Section Two from “and each of such Substitutes” to the end of that Section.

c. 64. in part.

An Act for continuing and amending the Act for facilitating the Sale and Transfer of Incumbered Estates in Ireland - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Except Section Twelve.

c. 66.

An Act to continue an Act for authorizing the Application of Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads.

c. 67. in part.

An Act for the better Regulation of Public Houses in Scotland - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Three, Four, Seven, Eleven, and Twelve.

Section Thirteen, from “all such Licences” to “thereof; and”.

Section Eighteen.

The Schedule.

c. 69. in part.

An Act to make better Provision concerning the Entry and Service of Seamen, and otherwise to amend the Laws concerning Her Majesty's Navy - }in part; namely,—

Sections Five and Six.

c. 70. in part.

An Act for the Regulation of Proceedings under Commissions of Lunacy, and the Consolidation and Amendment of the Acts respecting Lunatics so found by Inquisition, and their Estates - }in part; namely,—

Section Sixteen from “who shall hold” to “Visitors during pleasure”.

Section Nineteen.

Section Twenty-two from “and the present” to “during pleasure”.

Sections Thirty-four to Thirty-seven, and Forty-nine.

c. 72.

An Act to continue an Act of the Eleventh Year of Her present Majesty, for the better Prevention of Crime and Outrage in certain Parts of Ireland.

c. 73. in part.

An Act for the Establishment of a Body of Naval Coast Volunteers, and for the temporary Transfer to the Navy, in case of Need, of Seafaring Men employed in other Public Services - - }in part; namely,—

Section Five from “but so” to “United Kingdom”.

Section Eighteen, the words “or in the Forces of the East India Company” (wherever they occur).

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 74. in part.

An Act to reduce the Terms on which the Land Tax in Great Britain may be redeemed or purchased }in part; namely,—

From “and the Consideration for the Purchase” to the end of the Act.

c. 75.

An Act for the Remission of the Consolidated Annuities charged upon Districts in Ireland.

c. 76.

An Act to continue certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

c. 77.

An Act to continue an Act of the Fifteenth Year of Her present Majesty, for charging the Maintenance of certain poor Persons in Unions in England and Wales upon the Common Fund.

c. 79. in part.

An Act for making sundry Provisions with respect to Municipal Corporations in England - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Four and Six.

Also Section Twelve, but as to this section so long only as 35 & 36 Vict. c. 33. continues in force.

c. 80. in part.

An Act to facilitate Procedure in the Sheriffs Courts in Scotland - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-four from “and the Provisions of an Act” to the end of that Section.

Section Twenty-five.

Section Forty-six from “and so much” to the end of that Section.

Sections Fifty-one and Fifty-two.

c. 83. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Victoria, Chapter Ninety-nine - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Four and Six.

c. 84. in part.

An Act to amend the Passengers Act, 1852, so far as relates to the Passages of Natives of Asia or Africa, and also Passages between the Island of Ceylon and certain Parts of the East Indies - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 89. in part.

An Act to regulate the Admission of Professors to the Lay Chairs in the Universities of Scotland - }in part; namely,—

Section Seven to “whatsoever”.

c. 91. in part.

An Act to extend for a limited Time the Provision for Abatement of Income Tax in respect of Insurances on Lives - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 93. in part.

An Act to enable Burghs in Scotland to maintain and improve their Harbours - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Ten.

c. 94. in part.

An Act to extend the Benefits of the Act of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of Her present Majesty, for the Amendment of the Law of Entail in Scotland - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Eleven.

c. 96. in part.

An Act to amend an Act passed in the Ninth Year of Her Majesty, “for the Regulation of the Care and Treatment of Lunatics” - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three.

Section Thirty-five to “repealed, and” and from “in the same manner” to the end of that Section.

c. 97. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws for the Provision and Regulation of Lunatic Asylums for Counties and Boroughs, and for the Maintenance and Care of Pauper Lunatics, in England - }in part; namely,—

Section One from “or prevent” to “incurred”, and from “and every such” to “continued”.

Section Six.

Section Sixty-six, the words “according to the Form in the Schedule (E.) to this Act.”

Section Sixty-seven, the words “and a proper Person to be sent to an Asylum” (where they secondly occur).

Section One hundred and two from “incurred” to “or hereafter”, from “so long” to “Common Funds of Unions”, and from “and Section Five” to the end of that Section.

Schedule (E.)

c. 99. in part.

An Act to substitute, in certain Cases, other Punishment in lieu of Transportation - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Eleven from “to the Prison” to “of the said Licence”.

c. 103.

An Act to amend and continue certain Acts relating to Linen, Hempen, and other Manufactures in Ireland.

c. 105.

An Act to continue the Exemption of Inhabitants from Liability to be rated as such in respect of Stock in Trade or other Property to the Relief of the Poor.

c. 107. in part.

An Act to amend and consolidate the Laws relating to the Customs of the United Kingdom and of the Isle of Man, and certain Laws relating to Trade and Navigation and the British Possessions - }in part; namely,—

Section Ten, from “and may approve” to “for exportation”, and from “or in respect of any bonded” to “Duties due on such Sugar”.

Section Twelve, the words “and of bonded Sugar Houses”, and from “but all existing” to the end of that Section.

Sections Fifteen and Sixteen.

Section Forty-one, the words “on the following Goods, and”, the word “other”, and from “viz.; Corn,” to the end of that Section.

Section Seventy-six from “Coculus Indicus” to “Lemons”, from “Corn” to “Sugar”, and the words “Oranges” and “Pepper”.

Sections Eighty, Eighty-one, and Eighty-four.

Section Eighty-five from “and the Importer or Person” to the end of that Section.

Section One hundred and two.

Section One hundred and seven from “and the Officers of Customs” to the end of that Section.

Section One hundred and eight.

Section One hundred and ten, the words “and Sugar”.

Section One hundred and thirteen.

Section One hundred and fourteen from “within the meaning” to “fifty-nine, and”, from “and the same” to “same Act,” and from “as well as” to “last-mentioned Act”.

Section One hundred and fifteen, the words “bonâ fide waste Cards as aforesaid, or”.

Section One hundred and forty-two from “and the Shipper” to the end of that Section.

Section One hundred and sixty-two to “fifty-four and”.

Section One hundred and seventy-nine.

Section Two hundred and twenty-eight from “and any Nets” to the end of that Section.

Section Two hundred and forty-seven from “or any Tea” to “Ten Pounds or more”.

Section Three hundred and thirty-four from “including” to “such Contract”.

Section Three hundred and fifty-three from “and, except” to the end of that Section.

Sections Three hundred and fifty-four and Three hundred and fifty-five.

Section Three hundred and fifty-eight.

Schedule A.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 108.

An Act for further continuing certain temporary Provisions concerning Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England.

c. 109.

An Act to continue an Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

c. 110.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 112. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws relating to Hackney and Stage Carriages, also Job Carriages and Horses, and Carts let for Hire, within the Police District of Dublin Metropolis - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One, Three, Four, and Eighty-four.

Schedule (A.)

c. 113. in part.

An Act to amend the Procedure in the Superior Courts of Common Law in Ireland - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three from “except as to anything” to the end of that Section.

c. 116.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 118.

An Act to amend an Act of the Seventh Year of Her Majesty, for the better Apprehension of certain Offenders.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 124.

An Act to continue Appointments under the Act for consolidating the Copyhold and Inclosure Commissions, and for completing Proceedings under the Tithe Commutation Acts.

c. 129. in part.

An Act further to amend the Law relating to Pilotage in part; namely,—

Section Three, the words “notwithstanding the Repeal and Enactment herein-before contained”.

c. 130. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts for promoting the Drainage of Lands and Improvements in connexion therewith in Ireland - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Ten and Forty.

The Schedule.

c. 133.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots and Enrolments for the Militia of the United Kingdom, and to amend the Law in relation to the Militia in England.

c. 135. in part.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain, and to make further Provisions concerning Turnpike Roads in England - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

The Schedule.

c. 136. in part.

An Act for enabling Grand Juries in Ireland to borrow Money from private Sources, on the Security of Presentment, and for transferring to Counties certain Works constructed wholly or in part with Public Money - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Thirteen, Fourteen, and Eighteen.

c. 137. in part.

An Act for the better Administration of Charitable Trusts - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-seven, the words “and the Trustees of the Charity shall be legally authorized to purchase and hold such Land”.

Section Thirty-three.

Section Sixty-two from “nor shall this Act” to “control of Persons of that Persuasion”.

Section Sixty-four, the words “exempted from the Operation of this Act.”

Section Sixty-six from “the Expressions ‘District Court’” to “every such District Court”.

And so much of the rest of the Act as relates to district courts of bankruptcy.

17 & 18 Vict. c. 2.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-four.

c. 3.

An Act for raising the Sum of One million seven hundred and fifty thousand Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-four.

c. 4.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 6.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 7.

An Act for extending the time limited for putting into execution the Act of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Years of Her present Majesty, for the better Management and Control of Highways in South Wales.

c. 8. in part.

An Act further to amend an Act relating to the Valuation of rateable Property in Ireland - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 10.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty additional Duties on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices.

c. 12.

An Act for raising the Sum of Sixteen millions twenty-four thousand one hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-four.

c. 14.

An Act to continue Her Majesty's Commission for building new Churches.

c. 16.

An Act to amend the Act of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Victoria, Chapter Sixty-one, and the Act of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Victoria, Chapter Fifty-four.

c. 21.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-four.

c. 23.

An Act for raising the Sum of Six Millions by Exchequer Bonds and Exchequer Bills.

c. 24. in part.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty an increased Rate of Duty on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

Section Three to “Provided also, that”.

Sections Four, Six, and Seven.

c. 27. in part.

An Act for granting certain additional Rates and Duties of Excise - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Except Section Eight.

c. 30. in part.

An Act for granting certain Duties of Excise on Sugar made in the United Kingdom - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Four, the words “shall expire on the Tenth Day of October next after the granting thereof, and”.

Section Five, the words “and in the Seventh and Eighth Years of the Reign of King George the Fourth, Chapter Fifty-Two.”

c. 35. in part.

An Act to repeal certain Provisions of an Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her present Majesty, concerning the holding of Assizes for the County of Warwick - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Two from “and all Recognizances” to the end of that Section.

Sections Three and Four.

c. 36. in part.

An Act for preventing Frauds upon Creditors by secret Bills of Sale of Personal Chattels - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three from “containing therein” to the end of that Section.

The Schedule.

c. 40.

An Act to continue an Act of the last Session of Parliament, for extending for a limited Time the Provision for Abatement of Income Tax in respect of Insurance on Lives.

c. 41.

An Act to continue the Poor Law Board.

c. 42.

An Act to continue certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

c. 43.

An Act to continue an Act of the Seventeenth Year of Her present Majesty, for charging the Maintenance of certain poor Persons in Unions in England and Wales upon the Common Fund.

c. 45. in part.

An Act to amend the Dublin Carriage Act, 1853 - in part; namely,—

Sections One and Five.

Section Seven to “and fifty-four”.

Section Sixteen.

Schedule (A.).

c. 46.

An Act to continue certain Acts relating to Linen, Hempen, and other Manufactures in Ireland.

c. 50.

An Act to continue an Act of the Twelfth Year of Her present Majesty, for amending the Laws relating to Savings Banks in Ireland; and to authorize Friendly Societies to invest the whole of their Funds in Savings Banks.

c. 52.

An Act to continue an Act for authorizing the Application of Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads.

c. 56.

An Act to make further Provisions in relation to certain Friendly Societies - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eight from “Provided” to the end of that Section.

c. 58. in part.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain, and to make further Provisions concerning Turnpike Roads in England - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

The Schedule.

c. 61.

An Act to authorize the Application of a Sum of Money out of the forfeited and unclaimed Army Prize Fund in enlarging and improving the Royal Military Asylum.

c. 63.

An Act to continue the Poor Law Commission for Ireland.

c. 65.

An Act for further continuing certain temporary Provisions concerning Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England.

c. 66.

An Act to continue the Exemption of Inhabitants from Liability to be rated as such in respect of Stock in Trade or other Property to the Relief of the Poor.

c. 69.

An Act to indemnify Local Boards of Health as regards rating for the Repair of Highways under the Public Health Act, 1848.

c. 72.

An Act to provide for Payment of the Salaries of the Sheriff and Sheriff Clerk of Chancery in Scotland.

c. 75. in part.

An Act to remove Doubts concerning the due Acknowledgment of Deeds by Married Women in certain Cases - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 76.

An Act for the Formation, Regulation, and Government of Convict Prisons in Ireland - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 80. in part.

An Act to provide for the better Registration of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in Scotland - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “Provided” to “had not been passed”.

Section Fifty-nine from “according” to “Westminster”.

Section Sixty-five, the words “and such Penalty shall go to the Registrar General”.

c. 81. in part.

An Act to make further Provision for the good Government and Extension of the University of Oxford, of the Colleges therein, and of the College of Saint Mary, Winchester - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One to Four and Seven.

Section Fourteen from “and if the Vice-Chancellor” to “as they may think fit”.

Section Twenty-five from “but no such Licence” to the end of that Section.

Sections Twenty-Seven to Thirty-eight, Forty-two, Forty-four, and Forty-Six.

c. 89. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws for the better Prevention of the Sale of Spirits by unlicensed Persons, and for the Suppression of Illicit Distillation, in Ireland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Nine to “this Act”.

Section Eleven to “this Act”.

Section Twelve, the words “from and after the Commencement of this Act”.

c. 90. in part.

An Act to repeal the Laws relating to Usury and to the Enrolment of Annuities - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One to “hereto, and”

Section Two.

The Schedule.

c. 91. in part.

An Act for the Valuation of Lands and Heritages in Scotland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “and within” to the end of that Section.

Section Four from “the First” to “fifty-five; and” and the word “subsequent”.

Section Twenty-one from “on or before” to “fifty-five, and” and the word “subsequent”.

Section Thirty-two.

Section Thirty-five from “as nearly” to “form and”.

The Schedule.

c. 92.

An Act to continue an Act of the Eleventh Year of Her present Majesty, for the better Prevention of Crime and Outrage in certain Parts of Ireland.

c. 94. in part.

An Act to alter the Mode of providing for certain Expenses now charged upon certain Branches of the Public Revenues and upon the Consolidated Fund - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “Provided also” to the end of that Section.

c. 95.

An Act to make better Provision for the Administration of the Laws relating to the Public Health.

c. 98.

An Act to regulate the Salaries of the Parochial Schoolmasters of Scotland.

c. 100.

An Act to make further Provision for the more speedy and efficient Despatch of Business in the High Court of Chancery.

c. 105. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Militia in England and Wales - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Thirty-one from “and Officers” to the end of that Section, and so much of the rest of the Section as relates to property qualifications of officers of the militia.

Sections Thirty-two, Thirty-five, Thirty-six, and Thirty-eight.

Section Forty-eight to “repealed; and”.

c. 106. in part.

An Act for amending the Laws relating to the Militia, and raising a Volunteer Force, in Scotland - } in part; namely,—

Section Two from “and the said Lieutenants shall” to the end of that Section.

Section Three from “to grant Commissions” to “Lieutenant thereof, and”.

Section Four from “to grant Commissions” to “Lieutenant could do, and”, and the word “other”.

Section Five.

Sections Six, Seven, and Nine, so far as they relate to property qualifications of officers of the militia.

Sections Ten, Eleven, Sixteen, and Eighteen.

Section Nineteen, the words “and being duly qualified as aforesaid”.

Section Twenty-one from “although” to “Captains”.

Section Twenty-five, as to the form of oath thereby prescribed; and from “and it shall” to the end of that Section.

Section Twenty-nine from “in the Year” to “fifty-five”, and from “and the Deputy” to the end of that Section.

Section Thirty-one from “and the Deputy” to the end of that Section.

c. 107. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Militia, and for raising a Volunteer Militia Force, in Ireland - } in part; namely,—

Sections Five, Six, and Seven.

Section Eleven from “in the Year” to “fifty-five”, and from “and the Deputy” to the end of that Section.

Section Sixteen, as to the form of oath thereby prescribed; and from “inserting therein” to “joining the same”.

Section Thirty-one to “repealed and”.

c. 108.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 109.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—and to authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 110.

An Act to provide for the Repayment of Monies advanced from the Exchequer to the County of Mayo for Public Purposes.

c. 111.

An Act to continue and amend the Metropolitan Sewers Acts.

c. 114. in part.

An Act to extend the Rights enjoyed by the Graduates of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge in respect to the Practice of Physic to the Graduates of the University of London: - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 120. in part.

An Act to repeal certain Acts and Parts of Acts relating to Merchant Shipping, and to continue certain Provisions in the said Acts - - } in part; namely,—

Section Four, the first proviso.

Section Five.

Section Seven from “and this” to the end of that Section.

Section Eight from “And whereas” to the end of that Section.

Section Nine.

Section Ten from “and this” to the end of that Section.

Section Twelve from “and this” to the end of that Section.

Section Fourteen.

c. 121.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and certain other Sums to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 123.

An Act to render any Dealing with Securities issued during the present War between Russia and England by the Russian Government a Misdemeanor.

c. 125. in part.

An Act for the further Amendment of the Process, Practice, and Mode of Pleading in and enlarging the Jurisdiction of the Superior Courts of Common Law at Westminster, and of the Superior Courts of Common Law of the Counties Palatine of Lancaster and Durham - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and three, the words “and Twenty-eight, Twenty-nine”.

Section One hundred and seven, the words “save as aforesaid”.

18 & 19 Vict. c. 1. in part.

An Act to enable Her Majesty to accept the Services of the Militia out of the United Kingdom, for the vigorous Prosecution of the War - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One to Fourteen.

c. 2.

An Act to permit Foreigners to be enlisted and to serve as Officers and Soldiers in Her Majesty's Forces.

c. 3.

An Act to carry into effect a Treaty between Her Majesty and the United States of America.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 4.

An Act to amend the Act for limiting the Time of Service in the Army.

c. 5.

An Act to apply the Sum of Three millions three hundred thousand Pounds out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year ending the Thirty-first Day of March One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five.

c. 6.

An Act to apply the Sum of Twenty Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five.

c. 8.

An Act for raising the Sum of Seventeen millions one hundred and eighty-three thousand Pounds by Exchequer Bills for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five.

c. 10.

An Act to enable a Third Principal Secretary and a Third Under Secretary of State to sit in the House of Commons.

c. 11.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 12.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 15. in part.

An Act for the better Protection of Purchasers against Judgments, Crown Debts, Cases of Lis pendens, and Life Annuities or Rentcharges - - } in part; namely,—

Section Seven from “and the Proviso” to the end of that Section.

c. 19. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to remove Doubts as to the Commissions of Officers of Militia,—and ends with the words,—to amend the Law relating to the Militia in Ireland } in part; namely,—

Sections One to Six.

Section Eight from “by the Lieutenant” to “Governors of Ireland”.

c. 20.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty an increased Rate of Duty on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices.

c. 22.

An Act for granting certain additional Rates and Duties of Excise.

c. 26.

An Act to continue an Act of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Years of Her present Majesty, for enabling the Judges of the Courts of Common Law at Westminster to alter the Forms of Pleading.

c. 28.

An Act to provide that the Property or Income Tax payable in respect of the Income from Ecclesiastical Property in Ireland shall be a Deduction in estimating the Value of such Property for the purpose of Taxation by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.

c. 30.

An Act to empower the Commissioners of Sewers to expend on House Drainage a certain Sum out of the Monies borrowed by them on security of the Rates, and also to give to the said Commissioners certain other Powers for the same Purpose.

c. 32. in part.

An Act to amend and extend the Jurisdiction of the Stannary Court - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eighteen from “and so much” to the end of that Section.

Section Twenty-six to “henceforth”.

Sections Twenty-eight and Thirty.

c. 33.

An Act to prevent Doubts as to the Validity of certain Proceedings in the House of Commons.

c. 35. in part.

An Act to continue the Act for extending for a limited Time the Provision for Abatement of Income Tax in respect of Insurance on Lives - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 36. in part.

An Act to repeal the Stamp Duties payable on Matriculation and Degrees in the University of Oxford - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 37.

An Act to apply the Sum of Ten Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five.

c. 41. in part.

An Act for abolishing the Jurisdiction of the Ecclesiastical Courts of England and Wales in Suits for Defamation - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 47.

An Act to continue an Act of the Eighteenth Year of Her present Majesty, for charging the Maintenance of certain poor Persons in Unions in England and Wales upon the Common Fund.

c. 48. in part.

An Act for the better Administration of Justice in the Cinque Ports - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

Section Nine.

c. 51.

An Act to continue the Exemption of Inhabitants from Liability to be rated as such in respect of Stock in Trade or other Property to the Relief of the Poor.

c. 52.

An Act to continue Appointments under the Act for consolidating the Copyhold and Inclosure Commissions, and for completing Proceedings under the Tithe Commutation Acts.

c. 59.

An Act to facilitate Inquiries of Commissioners of Endowed Schools in Ireland.

c. 60. in part.

An Act for excepting Gold Wedding Rings from the Operation of the Act of the last Session relating to the Standard of Gold and Silver Wares, and from the Exemptions contained in other Acts relating to Gold Wares - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Two and Three.

c. 71.

An Act to authorize the Commissioners of the Treasury to make Arrangements concerning certain Loans advanced by way of Relief to the Islands of Antigua, Nevis, and Montserrat.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 72. in part.

An Act for legalizing and preserving the restored Standards of Weights and Measures - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Five.

c. 73.

An Act to extend the Period for applying for a Sale under the Acts for facilitating the Sale and Transfer of Incumbered Estates in Ireland.

c. 75.

An Act to continue certain temporary Provisions concerning Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England.

c. 76.

An Act to continue an Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her present Majesty for amending the Law relative to Private Lunatic Asylums in Ireland.

c. 77.

An Act to give Effect to a Convention between Her Majesty and the United States of America.

c. 82.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to abolish certain Payments,—and ends with the words,—Degrees in the University of Dublin.

c. 83.

An Act to continue certain Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

c. 94.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to impose increased Rates of Duty of Excise,—and ends with the words,—and to amend the Laws relating to the Duties of Excise - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One to Four, Nine, Ten, Twenty-eight, and Thirty.

Section Thirty-one, so far as it relates to Distillers.

Section Thirty-two from “or if any Person” to “thereto belonging”.

Sections Thirty-three and Thirty-four.

c. 96. in part.

An Act to consolidate certain Acts, and otherwise amend the Laws of the Customs, and an Act to regulate the Office of the Receipt of Her Majesty's Exchequer at Westminster - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Seventeen and Forty-four.

Section Forty-five and the Table therein referred to, so far as they respectively relate to Sections One, Ten, Twelve, Seventeen, Nineteen, and Twenty-three.

Schedule of Acts to be repealed.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 97. in part.

An Act for the Amendment and Consolidation of the Customs Tariff Acts - - - - } in part; namely,—

Except Sections Nine and Ten.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 98.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain.

c. 100.

An Act to amend the Law concerning the Qualification of Officers of the Militia.

c. 103. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to amend an Act of the last Session of Parliament,—and ends with the words,—by Retail in Ireland to enter into a Bond with Sureties - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two from “and all such Goods seized” to the end of that Section.

Section Four.

c. 105. in part.

An Act to amend the Lunatic Asylums Act, 1853, and the Acts passed in the Ninth and Seventeenth Years of Her Majesty, for the Regulation of the Care and Treatment of Lunatics - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Fifteen from “and all such Orders” to the end of that Section.

Section Sixteen.

c. 106.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 107.

An Act to authorize the Commissioners of the Treasury to make Arrangements concerning a certain Loan advanced by way of Relief to the Island of Tobago.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 110. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to authorize the Application of certain Sums,—and ends with the words,—Drainage of Lands and Improvements in connexion therewith in Ireland - } in part; namely,—

Sections One to Eight.

c. 112.

An Act to continue an Act of the Eleventh Year of Her present Majesty, for the better Prevention of Crime and Outrage in certain Parts of Ireland.

c. 115. in part.

An Act to continue and amend the Public Health Act (1854) - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Three so far as relates to the salary of the medical officer.

And so much of the rest of the Act as relates to the appointment and payment of a medical council.

c. 119. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Carriage of Passengers by Sea - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Four from “nor to any Ship of War or Transport” to the end of that Section.

Section Five.

Section Thirty-seven, the words “acting under the Authority of one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State” and the words “acting under such Authority and”.

Section Sixty-eight.

Schedule (A.)

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 120. in part.

An Act for the better Local Management of the Metropolis - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Four.

Section Seven from “and between the Fifth” to “Auditors”.

Section Nine from “and the Vestry” to “respectively”.

Section Twenty-four from “Provided” to the end of that Section.

Section Thirty-four from “and the Vestry” to “respectively”.

Section Thirty-nine from “subject nevertheless” to the end of that Section.

Section Forty-eight from “and such First” to “respectively”.

Section Fifty-two to “Meeting; and”.

Sections Ninety-five and Ninety-seven.

Section One hundred and forty-five from “and in the mean time” to the end of that Section.

Section One hundred and eighty-four.

Section Two hundred and thirty-six from “and the Sums paid” to the end of that Section.

c. 122. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Construction of Buildings in the Metropolis and its Neighbourhood - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and nine.

Section One hundred and ten to “County Court; and”.

c. 123.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 124. in part.

An Act to amend the Charitable Trusts Act, 1853 - in part; namely,—

Sections Two and Nineteen.

Section Thirty to “repealed; but”.

Section Forty-four to “passing of this Act; and”.

Section Forty-seven to “Persons of that Persuasion”.

And so much of the rest of the Act as relates to district courts of bankruptcy.

c. 127.

An Act to make better Provision for the Union of contiguous Benefices, and to facilitate the building and endowing of new Churches in spiritually destitute Districts.

c. 128. in part.

An Act further to amend the Laws concerning the Burial of the Dead in England - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 129.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 130.

An Act for raising the Sum of Seven Millions by Exchequer Bills and Exchequer Bonds, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-five.

c. 132.

An Act for facilitating the Erection of Dwelling Houses for the Labouring Classes.

c. 133.

An Act for limiting the Liability of Members of certain Joint Stock Companies.

c. 134. in part.

An Act to make further Provision for the more speedy and efficient Despatch of Business in the High Court of Chancery, and to vest in the Lord Chancellor the Ground and Buildings of the said Court situate in Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, with Powers of leasing and Sale thereof - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Three, Four, Seven, Nine, and Ten.

Section Eleven, except as to Seth Charles Ward, the present senior Clerk of Records and Writs.

Section Twelve from “but so” to the end of that Section.

Section Thirteen.

19 & 20 Vict. c. 1. in part.

An Act to regulate certain Offices of the House of Commons - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One to “confirmed, and”.

Section Two.

c. 2. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to the Metropolitan Police - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “and the Person” to “Metropolis”.

Section Ten.

c. 4.

An Act to apply the Sum of One million six hundred and thirty-one thousand and five Pounds One Shilling and Fivepence out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year ending the Thirty-first Day of March One thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.

c. 7.

An Act to apply the sum of Twenty-six Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.

c. 8.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 10.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 14.

An Act to abolish the Office of Secretary to the Poor Law Commissioners in Ireland.

c. 15. in part.

An Act for further regulating the Payment of the Out-Pensioners of Greenwich and Chelsea Hospitals - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 18. in part.

An Act to authorize for a further Period the Application of Money for the Purposes of Loans for carrying on Public Works in Ireland - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One to Six, Nine and Ten.

c. 19.

An Act for raising the Sum of Twenty-one million one hundred and eighty-two thousand seven hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.

c. 20. in part.

An Act to continue certain Compositions payable to Bankers who have ceased to issue Bank Notes - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 31.

An Act to amend the Act of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Years of Her Majesty, concerning the University of Oxford and the College of Saint Mary Winchester.

c. 33.

An Act to continue the Act for extending for a limited Time the Provision for Abatement of Income Tax in respect of Insurance on Lives.

c. 34. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to grant Allowances of Excise Duty on Malt in Stock ;—and ends with the words,—amend the Law relating to Malt Roasters - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One to Fifteen, Seventeen, and Eighteen.

c. 42.

An Act to continue the Act for the Exemption of Stock in Trade from Rating.

c. 44.

An Act for raising the Sum of Four Millions by Exchequer Bills and Exchequer Bonds, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.

c. 49.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain.

c. 51.

An Act to permit the Use of Rice in the Distillation of Spirits.

c. 52.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 56. in part.

An Act to constitute the Court of Session the Court of Exchequer in Scotland, and to regulate Procedure in Matters connected with the Exchequer - }in part; namely,—

Sections Eighteen, Forty-six, Forty-eight, and Forty-nine.

c. 58. in part.

An Act to amend the Law for the Registration of Persons entitled to vote in the Election of Members to serve in Parliament for Burghs in Scotland } in part; namely,—

Section One to “made; and”.

Section Twenty-four from “of which” to “Member”.

Section Twenty-five, the words “whether of Registration or Appeal” and the words “or sitting as a Member thereof”.

Section Twenty-six, the words “by the first-recited Act”.

Section Twenty-seven.

Section Twenty-eight, the words “under this and the first-recited Act”.

Section Thirty from “provided also” to “fifty-six”.

Section Thirty-two from “and so much” to “repealed”.

Sections Thirty-three and Forty-seven.

c. 59. in part.

An Act to alter the Mode of providing for certain Expenses now charged upon certain Parts of the Public Revenue - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Schedule (A.) so far as it relates to the annuity formerly payable to the Duke of Grafton.

c. 62. in part.

An Act to provide for the Maintenance of Navigations made in connexion with Drainage, and to make further Provision in relation to Works of Drainage in Ireland - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-six.

c. 63. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to Grand Juries in Ireland - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Twenty.

c. 64.

An Act to repeal certain Statutes which are not in use.

c. 67.

An Act to extend the Period for applying for a Sale under the Acts for facilitating the Sale and Transfer of Incumbered Estates in Ireland, and to amend the said Acts.

c. 68. in part.

An Act to further amend the Laws relating to Prisons in Ireland - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three, the words “and the Commissioners of the Court for relief of Insolvent Debtors in Ireland”, and the rest of that Section so far as it relates to the Four Courts Marshalsea.

Section Seventeen.

Section Twenty from “and every Person” to “given and directed”.

Section Thirty-one.

c. 69. in part.

An Act to render more effectual the Police in Counties and Boroughs in England and Wales - } in part; namely,—

Sections Twenty-one, Twenty-five, and Twenty-six.

Section Twenty-seven to “Her Majesty; and”.

c. 71.

An Act to continue certain Acts for Regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

c. 72.

An Act to continue “The Railways Act (Ireland), 1851.”

c. 74.

An Act to continue the Act to facilitate the Management and Improvement of Episcopal and Capitular Estates in England.

c. 75. in part.

An Act for the further Alteration and Amendment of the Laws and Duties of Customs - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One, Two, and Ten.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 76.

An Act to continue for a limited Time the Exemption of certain Charities from the Operation of the Charitable Trusts Acts.

c. 77. in part.

An Act to amend the Law and Practice of the Court of Chancery in Ireland in relation to the Appointment of Receivers over Real Estate, and to expedite the Sale of Estates in the said Court - - } in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 78.

An Act to continue the Act of the Second and Third Years of Her Majesty, Chapter Seventy-four, for preventing the administering and taking of unlawful Oaths in Ireland, as amended by an Act of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of Her Majesty's Reign.

c. 79. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws relating to Bankruptcy in Scotland - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

Section Three from “or Proceedings” to “herein-after provided”, and from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

Section One hundred and forty from “and the Clerk” to “registration in the Form of Schedule ( .) hereto annexed.”

Schedule (I.) III.—Sheriff Court. from “(2) To the Sheriff” to “1 1 0”.

c. 80. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to grant Relief in assessing the Income Tax,—and ends with the words,—Purchase of the Land Tax } in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 83. in part.

An Act to provide for the better Defence of the Coasts of the Realm, and the more ready Manning of the Navy, and to transfer to the Admiralty the Government of the Coast Guard - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eight from “and all Petty Officers” to the end of that Section.

Section Nine.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 84.

An Act to continue the Corrupt Practices Prevention Act, 1854.

c. 85.

An Act to continue the General Board of Health.

c. 87. in part.

An Act to amend the Lunatic Asylums Act, 1853 - in part; namely,—

From “or where” to “this Act”.

c. 88. in part.

An Act to make further Provision for the good Government and Extension of the University of Cambridge, of the Colleges therein, and of the College of King Henry the Sixth at Eton - } in part; namely,—

Sections One to Four, Nine, Sixteen, and Eighteen.

Section Twenty-three from “but no” to the end of that Section.

Sections Twenty-five to Thirty-one, and Thirty-three to Thirty-five.

Section Thirty-six to “Provided always, that”.

Sections Thirty-seven to Forty-one, and Forty-four.

Section Forty-five from “or upon taking” to “or Music”.

Sections Forty-seven, Fifty-two, and Fifty-three.

c. 90.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 92. in part.

An Act to constitute a Court of Appeal in Chancery, and to amend the Law relating to Appeals from the Incumbered Estates Court in Ireland - } in part; namely,—

Section Six.

Section Seven from “to Appeals” to “fifty-seven, or”.

Sections Ten, Twenty-one, Twenty-seven, and Twenty-eight.

c. 98. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Burial of the Dead in Ireland - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eighteen from “and with respect” to “by Agreement”.

c. 101.

An Act to continue certain Acts to prevent the spreading of contagious or infectious Disorders among Sheep, Cattle, and other Animals.

c. 102. in part.

An Act to further amend the Procedure in and to enlarge the Jurisdiction of the Superior Courts of Common Law in Ireland - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three.

Section Ninety-six to “repealed, and”.

Section Ninety-eight, the figures “34, 35”.

c. 105.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 108. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to the County Courts - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

Section Eleven from “and the Provisions” to the end of that Section.

Section Twenty-three to “Conversation; but” and the word “other”.

Sections Thirty-seven, Fifty-nine, Sixty-one, and Seventy-seven.

Schedule A.

Schedule B., Forms Nos. 2 and 3.

Schedule D. except so far as it relates to—

F. Bayley, Esq.

J. Pitt Taylor, Esq.

W. Furner, Esq.

T. Falconer, Esq.

J. St. John Yates, Esq.

c. 112. in part.

An Act to amend the Act of the last Session of Parliament, Chapter One hundred and twenty, for the better Local Management of the Metropolis - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “Provided” to the end of that Section.

c. 114. in part.

An Act to prevent false Packing and other Frauds in the Hay and Straw Trade - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Five from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

c. 115.

An Act to provide for the Retirement of the present Bishops of London and Durham.

20 Vict. c. 2. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Appointment of Chief Constables for adjoining Counties, and to confirm Appointments of Chief Constables in certain Cases } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Three.

c. 6.

An Act to reduce the Rates of Duty on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices.

c. 8.

An Act to continue Appointments under the Act for consolidating the Copyhold and Inclosure Commissions, and for completing Proceedings under the Tithe Commutation Acts.

c. 9.

An Act to continue certain temporary Provisions concerning Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England.

c. 11. in part.

An Act to amend the Commissioners of Supply (Scotland) Act, 1856 - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

c. 13.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 14.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 15.

An Act for granting certain Duties of Customs on Tea, Sugar, and other Articles.

c. 17.

An Act for raising the Sum of Twenty-one million forty-nine thousand seven hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven.

c. 18.

An Act to continue the Act for charging the Maintenance of certain Paupers upon the Union Funds.

c. 20.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

20 & 21 Vict. c. 3. in part.

An Act to amend the Act of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Years of Her Majesty, to substitute, in certain Cases, other Punishment in lieu of Transportation - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 4.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven.

c. 5.

An Act to continue the Act for extending for a limited Time the Provision for Abatement of Income Tax in respect of Insurance on Lives.

c. 12.

An Act to carry into effect a Convention between Her Majesty and the King of Denmark.

c. 16.

An Act to discontinue the Toll on the Turnpike Roads now existing in Ireland, and to provide for the Maintenance of such Roads as public Roads, and for the Discharge of the Debts due thereon, and for other Purposes relating thereto.

c. 18. in part.

An Act to regulate Procedure in the Bill Chamber in Scotland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One to “abolished; and” and from “and the remaining” to the end of that Section.

Section Seven from “within” to “Act”.

Sections Eight and Nine.

c. 19. in part.

An Act to remove Doubts as to the Law of Bankruptcy and Real Securities in Scotland - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eight.

c. 21.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 24.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain.

c. 25. in part.

An Act to continue the Powers of the Commissioners under an Act of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Years of Her Majesty concerning the University of Oxford and the College of St. Mary Winchester, and further to amend the said Act - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

c. 28. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Payment of the Land and Assessed Taxes and Property and Income Tax in Scotland - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two from “assessed” to “fifty-eight”; the words “for the same Year”; from “assessed” to “Land Tax”, and the word “subsequent”.

c. 35. in part.

An Act to amend an Act passed in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled An Act to amend the Laws concerning the Burial of the Dead in the Metropolis, so far as relates to the City of London and the Liberties thereof - - } in part; namely,—

Section Nine.

c. 37.

An Act to repeal the Twenty-seventh Section of the Superannuation Act, 1834.

c. 38.

An Act to continue the General Board of Health.

c. 40. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to continue and amend an Act,—and ends with the words,—Officers of Customs for certain Purposes - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 41.

An Act to revive and continue an Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

c. 42. in part.

An Act to amend “The Burial Grounds (Scotland) Act, 1855” - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 44. in part.

An Act to regulate the Institution of Suits at the Instance of the Crown and the Public Departments in the Courts of Scotland - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Six.

c. 45. in part.

An Act to make further Provision for defining the Boundaries of certain Denominations of Land in Ireland for public Purposes - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 56. in part.

An Act to regulate the Distribution of Business in the Court of Session in Scotland - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Nine.

c. 60. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws relating to Bankruptcy and Insolvency in Ireland - } in part; namely,—

Sections One, Two, Seven, Thirteen, and Sixteen to Eighteen.

Section Twenty-three from “and shall be paid” to the end of that Section.

Section Thirty from “on any Petition” to “or any Order”.

Section Forty-one to “shall arise”.

Section Forty-two from “the present” to the end of that Section.

Sections Forty-three to Forty-five.

Section Forty-six from “such Salaries, however” to the end of that Section.

Sections Forty-seven and Fifty-five to Fifty-seven.

Section Eighty-one from “and provided also” to the end of that Section.

Sections Eighty-two, Eighty-five, Two hundred and ninety-four, and Three hundred and Eighty-three.

Schedule (A.)

Form No. 1. in Schedule (C.)

Schedules (D.) to (Y.)

c. 61.

An Act for granting certain Duties of Customs and Excise.

c. 62. in part.

An Act for the Alteration and Amendment of the Laws and Duties of Customs - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One to Five, Seven, Eight, Eleven, Seventeen, Eighteen, and Twenty-two.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 65.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 68. in part.

An Act to enable the Lord Lieutenant to appoint Revising Barristers for the Revision of Lists and Registry of Voters for the City of Dublin - } in part; namely,—

Section Two from “and each” to the end of that Section.

Section Six.

c. 69.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 71. in part.

An Act for the Regulation of the Care and Treatment of Lunatics, and for the Provision, Maintenance, and Regulation of Lunatic Asylums in Scotland - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

Section Twenty-one from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

Section One hundred and thirteen.

c. 72. in part.

An Act to render more effectual the Police in Counties and Burghs in Scotland - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Nine.

Section Twenty-nine from “Provided also” to the end of that Section.

Section Thirty-four.

Section Fifty-four from “and all Sums” to “had not been made”.

c. 73. in part.

An Act for the Abatement of the Nuisance arising from the Smoke of Furnaces in Scotland - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three from “and in either case” to the end of that Section.

Section Eight.

c. 74.

An Act to continue the Act concerning the Management of Episcopal and Capitular Estates in England.

c. 76.

An Act further to continue for a limited Time the Exemption of certain Charities from the Operation of the Charitable Trusts Acts.

c. 77. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Probates and Letters of Administration in England - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “provided that” to the end of that Section.

Sections Ten and Eleven.

Section Twelve from “not exceeding” to “Court of Admiralty”, and the words “or Offices”, “Two thousand Pounds, or”, “as the case may be”, and “except the present Judge of the Prerogative Court”.

Section Fourteen from “Provided” to the end of that Section.

Sections Fifteen to Seventeen.

Section Eighteen, the words “except as herein provided”, and from “the said District” to “except as aforesaid,”.

Also so much of Section Eighteen and Schedule B. as relates to the salaries of the registrars, except as to Edward Francis Jenner, so long as he shall continue to hold the office of second registrar.

Section Forty, the word “Contentious”.

Sections Forty-two to Forty-four.

Section Sixty from “and for establishing” to the end of that Section.

Sections Eighty and Eighty-four to Eighty-six.

Section Ninety-five, the words “District Registrars” (where they secondly occur).

Section Ninety-seven from “the Fees of the District” to “own use”.

Sections One hundred and seven to One hundred and nine.

Section One hundred and eleven to “Provided, that”, and from “all Fees” to “United Kingdom, and”.

Section One hundred and fourteen.

Section One hundred and eighteen from “in addition” to the end of that Section.

c. 79. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Probates and Letters of Administration in Ireland - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “provided that” to the end of that Section.

Section Seven from “provided that the” to “Probate; and”.

Sections Nine and Thirteen.

Section Fifteen, the words “except the present Judge of the Prerogative Court”.

Sections Nineteen to Twenty-one.

Section Twenty-three, the words “except as herein-before provided”.

Sections Forty-seven, Forty-eight, Seventy, Eighty-five, Eighty-nine to Ninety-one, and One hundred and twenty.

c. 82.

An Act to authorize the Embodying of the Militia.

c. 85. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Divorce and Matrimonial Causes in England - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “provided” to the end of that Section.

Sections Four and Five.

Section Nine from “and shall have” to the end of that Section.

Section Ten.

Section Seventeen from “or to any” to “such Petition”; the words or Judge”; and from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

Sections Eighteen to Twenty.

Section Sixty-three to “in respect thereof; and” and from “provided that one” to the end of that Section.

Section Sixty-five from “but such Judge” to the end of that Section.

21 & 22 Vict. c. 3. in part.

An Act for enabling the East India Company to raise Money in the United Kingdom for the Service of the Government of India - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Four from “and the Principal” to the end of that Section.

Section Six from “save for” to the end of that Section.

Section Seven.

c. 4.

An Act to continue an Act of the last Session to authorize the embodying of the Militia.

c. 5.

An Act to apply the Sum of Ten Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight.

c. 6.

An Act to apply the Sum of Five hundred thousand Pounds out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year ending the Thirty-first Day of March One thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight.

c. 7.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 9.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 11. in part.

An Act to repeal the Stamp Duties payable on Matriculation and Degrees in the University of Cambridge - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 12.

An Act for the Alteration of certain Duties of Customs.

c. 13.

An Act for raising the Sum of Twenty million nine hundred and eleven thousand five hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight.

c. 14.

An Act for raising the Sum of Two Millions by Exchequer Bonds.

c. 15.

An Act for granting certain additional Rates and Duties of Excise.

c. 16.

An Act for the further Amendment of the Duties of Customs.

c. 17.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eleven Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight.

c. 22. in part.

An Act to abolish Franchise Prisons - - - in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 25. in part.

An Act to amend the Act concerning non-parochial Registers, and the Acts for Marriages and for registering Births, Deaths, and Marriages in England, and concerning Vaccination - - } in part; namely,—

Section Four to “repealed; and”.

c. 26.

An Act to abolish the Property Qualifications of Members of Parliament.

c. 28.

An Act to continue the Peace Preservation (Ireland) Act, 1856.

c. 32.

An Act to make valid certain Acts of the late Chief Justice of Bombay.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 34.

An Act to continue “The Railways Act (Ireland), 1851.”

c. 38.

An Act to repeal certain Provisions for the Issue out of the Consolidated Fund of fixed Amounts for the Reduction of the Funded Debt.

c. 39.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 41.

An Act to extend the Time for making Advances towards Navigations in Ireland, under the Provisions of an Act of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Victoria, Chapter Sixty-two.

c. 44. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to give to the Universities of Oxford,—and ends with the words,—Interests of their Lessees, under proper Reservations and Restrictions - } in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 51.

An Act further to continue the Exemption of certain Charities from the Operation of the Charitable Trusts Acts.

c. 52. in part.

An Act to appoint a Clerk of Nisi Prius for the Consolidated Nisi Prius Court in Ireland, and to make Provision for the Appointment of Tipstaffs in the Superior Courts of Common Law and Equity in Ireland - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two to “Duties; and” and from “the next” to the end of that Section.

Section Three from “Provided always” to “this Act.”

c. 53.

An Act to continue Appointments under the Act for consolidating the Copyhold and Inclosure Commissions, and for completing Proceedings under the Tithe Commutation Acts.

c. 55.

An Act to revive and continue an Act amending the Act for limiting the Time of Service in the Army.

c. 56. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Confirmation of Executors in Scotland, and to extend over all Parts of the United Kingdom the Effect of such Confirmation, and of Grants of Probate and Administration - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Nineteen to “repealed; and”, and from “may be” to “Parliament, and”.

c. 57. in part.

An Act to amend the Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her present Majesty, for enabling Ecclesiastical Corporations, aggregate and sole, to grant Leases for long Terms of Years - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eleven.

Section Fourteen, the words “and to the Isle of Man”.

c. 62.

An Act to continue certain Acts to prevent the spreading of contagious or infectious Diseases among Sheep, Cattle, and other Animals.

c. 63.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain.

c. 64. in part.

An Act to make further Provision for the Practice of Vaccination in Ireland - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 65. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the last Session, to render more effectual the Police in Counties and Burghs in Scotland - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 67.

An Act to repeal certain Enactments requiring Returns to be made to One of the Secretaries of State.

c. 72. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Sale and Transfer of Land in Ireland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three.

Section Six to “So help me God”.

Section Ten to “Registrar” and from “and Thomson” to “Accountant”.

Section Eleven.

Section Thirteen to “Judge of the said Court a Salary of Two thousand five hundred Pounds a Year each; and”.

Sections Twenty-three and Twenty-four.

Section Twenty-six from “and every Appeal” to the end of that Section.

Section Twenty-eight.

Section Eighty-eight from “Provided always,” to the end of that Section, and so much of the rest of the Section as imposes higher rates of duty than those set out in the Schedule to 29 & 30 Vict. c. 99.

c. 73. in part.

An Act to amend the Law concerning the Powers of Stipendiary Magistrates and Justices of the Peace in certain Cases - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eight.

c. 74. in part.

An Act for the Re-arrangement of the Districts of the County Courts among the Judges thereof - } in part; namely,—

Section One to “repealed; and”.

Section Five.

c. 75. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Cheap Trains, and to restrain the Exercise of certain Powers by Canal Companies being also Railway Companies - } in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 82.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 83. in part.

An Act to make Provision for the better Government and Discipline of the Universities of Scotland, and improving and regulating the Course of Study therein; and for the Union of the Two Universities and Colleges of Aberdeen - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two from “Provided always” to “provided also, that”.

Sections Fourteen to Seventeen.

Section Eighteen to “Medicine :” and from “2. To make Ordinances” to the end of that Section.

Section Nineteen to “Commissioners: But”.

Section Twenty.

Section Twenty-one from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

Sections Twenty-two and Twenty-three.

c. 85.

An Act to continue an Act to enable Her Majesty to accept the Services of the Militia out of the United Kingdom.

c. 86.

An Act further to continue an Act to authorize the embodying of the Militia.

c. 87. in part.

An Act to continue and amend the Corrupt Practices Prevention Act, 1854 - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three to “repealed; and”.

c. 89.

An Act to amend an Act of the last Session, for the Regulation of the Care and Treatment of Lunatics, and for the Provision, Maintenance, and Regulation of Lunatic Asylums, in Scotland.

c. 90. in part.

An Act to regulate the Qualifications of Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Seventeen.

Sections Thirty-two, Thirty-four, Thirty-six, and Thirty-seven, the words “After the First Day of January One thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine”.

Schedule (B.)

c. 95. in part.

An Act to amend the Act of the Twentieth and Twenty-first Victoria, Chapter Seventy-seven - } in part; namely,—

Section Four from “and until” to the end of that Section.

Sections Nine, Eleven, and Fourteen.

c. 96. in part.

An Act to amend “The West Indian Incumbered Estates Act, 1854” - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Three and Five.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 97. in part.

An Act for vesting in the Privy Council certain Powers for the Protection of the Public Health - } in part; namely,—

Section Four so far as relates to the salary of the Medical Officer.

Section Nine from “and shall” to the end of that Section.

c. 100. in part.

An Act to regulate the Office of Clerk of Petty Sessions in Ireland - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 102.

An Act to indemnify certain Persons who have formed a voluntary Association for the Disposal of Works of Utility and Ornament by Chance or otherwise as Prizes.

c. 104. in part.

An Act to alter and amend the Metropolis Local Management Act (1855), and to extend the Powers of the Metropolitan Board of Works for the Purification of the Thames and the Main Drainage of the Metropolis - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-five.

c. 107.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 108. in part.

An Act to amend the Act of the Twentieth and Twenty-first Victoria, Chapter Eighty-five - } in part; namely,—

Section Two from “and until” to the end of that Section.

Section Eighteen from “but no such Rule” to the end of that Section.

Section Nineteen.

22 Vict. c. 2.

An Act to repeal certain Acts and Parts of Acts which relate to the Observance of the Thirtieth of January and other Days.

c. 4.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 5.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 6.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to apply the Sum of One million,—and ends with the words,—One thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine.

c. 7.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eleven Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine.

c. 11. in part.

An Act to enable the Secretary of State in Council of India to raise Money in the United Kingdom for the Service of the Government of India - - } in part; namely,—

Section Four from “and the Principal” to the end of that Section.

Section Six from “save for” to the end of that Section.

Section Seven.

c. 14. in part.

An Act for the Abolition of Manor Courts and the better Recovery of Small Debts in Ireland - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “Provided also” to the end of that Section.

Sections Two and Three.

Section Ten, the words “within the County, and” and “of such County”.

c. 17.

An Act to continue an Act of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of Her present Majesty, for amending the Laws relating to Savings Banks in Ireland.

c. 21. in part.

An Act to amend the Medical Act (1858) - - in part; namely,—

Sections One to Three.

c. 22.

An Act for raising the Sum of Thirteen million two hundred and seventy-seven thousand four hundred Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine.

c. 23.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 25. in part.

An Act for the Government of the Convict Prisons in Her Majesty's Dominions abroad - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 26. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws concerning Superannuations and other Allowances to Persons having held Civil Offices in the Public Service - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 29.

An Act to continue the Act for charging the Maintenance of certain Paupers upon the Union Funds.

22 & 23 Vict. c. 2.

An Act to apply the Sum of Seven Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine.

c. 3.

An Act to amend and make perpetual “The Public Health Act, 1858.”

c. 12. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to repeal, as regards the Colony of Victoria,—and ends with the words,—Fifth and Sixth Years of William the Fourth, Chapter Sixty-two - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 15.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 18. in part.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty additional Rates of Income Tax; and to reduce the Period of Credit allowed for Payment of the Excise Duty on Malt - } in part; namely,—

Except Sections Six and Seven.

c. 20. in part.

An Act to amend and consolidate the Laws relating to Military Savings Banks - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Seven from “and to authorize” to “under such Acts or any of them”.

Section Eight from “or which may” to “takes effect”.

Section Eleven.

c. 21. in part.

An Act to regulate the Office of Queen's Remembrancer, and to amend the Practice and Procedure on the Revenue Side of the Court of Exchequer - } in part; namely,—

Section One to “Master, and”.

Section Two, the words “the Remembrancer and”.

Section Four to “Office; and”, and from “and in the event” to the end of that Section.

Section Six.

Section Nineteen from “Provided” to the end of that Section.

Section Twenty-nine from “and so much” to the end of that Section.

Section Thirty-one.

c. 23.

An Act to continue certain Acts relating to the Collection of County Cess in Ireland.

c. 25.

An Act to continue certain Acts relating to Linen, Hempen, and other Manufactures in Ireland.

c. 27.

An Act to repeal the Thirty-first Section of the Act of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Years of Victoria, Chapter Ninety-five, and to alter the Limit of the Number of European Troops to be maintained for local Service in India.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 31. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Probates and Letters of Administration in Ireland - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two from “and until” to the end of that Section.

Sections Five, Seven, and Ten.

c. 32. in part.

An Act to amend the Law concerning the Police in Counties and Boroughs in England and Wales - } in part; namely,—

Section Fourteen.

Section Twenty-six from “and all Punishment” to the end of that Section.

c. 34.

An Act to continue the Powers of the Commissioners under an Act of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Years of Her Majesty, concerning the University of Cambridge and the College of King Henry the Sixth at Eton.

c. 36. in part.

An Act to alter the Stamp Duties payable upon Probates of Wills and Letters of Administration, to repeal the Stamp Duties on Licences to exercise the Faculty of Physic, and to amend the Laws relating to Hawkers and Pedlars - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 37. in part.

An Act for the Amendment of the Laws relating to the Customs - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Seven.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 38. in part.

An Act further to amend the Laws relating to the Militia - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One from “and as respects” to the end of that Section.

Sections Two and Three.

Section Five to “enrolled; and”.

Section Eight to “repealed; and”, and from “and the Power” to the end of that Section.

Section Thirteen.

c. 40. in part.

An Act for the Establishment of a Reserve Volunteer Force of Seamen, and for the Government of the same - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Eighteen, the words “or in Her Majesty's Indian Forces” (wherever they occur).

c. 44.

An Act to continue the Act for the Exemption of Stock in Trade from Rating.

c. 45.

An Act to continue certain temporary Provisions concerning Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England.

c. 46. in part.

An Act to continue and amend the Act concerning the Management of Episcopal and Capitular Estates in England - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 48.

An Act to continue the Corrupt Practices Prevention Act, 1854.

c. 49. in part.

An Act to provide for the Payment of Debts incurred by Boards of Guardians in Unions and Parishes and Boards of Management in School Districts - }in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 50.

An Act further to continue the Exemption of certain Charities from the Operation of the Charitable Trusts Acts.

c. 51.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain.

c. 53. in part.

An Act to enable Charitable and Provident Societies and Penny Savings Banks to invest all their Proceeds in Savings Banks - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 54.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 55.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine; and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 56. in part.

An Act to amend the Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of King William the Fourth, Chapter Sixty-three, relating to Weights and Measures - - } in part; namely,—

Section Nine from “Provided” to the end of that Section.

c. 61. in part.

An Act to make further Provision concerning the Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes - }in part; namely,—

Section Four from “and all Orders” to the end of that Section.

c. 62.

An Act to amend the Irish Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (1857).

23 & 24 Vict. c. 2.

An Act to apply the Sum of Four hundred and seven thousand six hundred and forty-nine Pounds out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year ending the Thirty-first Day of March One thousand eight hundred and sixty.

c. 3.

An Act to apply the Sum of Four million five hundred thousand Pounds out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty.

c. 7. in part.

An Act to amend the Medical Acts - - - in part; namely,—

Sections Three and Four.

c. 9.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 10.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 12.

An Act to apply the sum of Eight hundred and fifty thousand Pounds out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year ending the Thirty-first day of March One thousand eight hundred and sixty.

c. 14. in part.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty Duties on Profits arising from Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One to Three.

Section Five from “and upon” to “sixty”.

Sections Eight, Nine, and Eleven.

c. 18. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to Marriages in England and Ireland, by extending certain Provisions thereof to Persons professing with the Society of Friends called Quakers - - }in part; namely,—

Section One from “Provided always” to “Persuasion of the said Society”.

c. 20.

An Act for raising the Sum of Thirteen million two hundred and thirty thousand Pounds by Exchequer Bills for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty.

c. 23.

An Act to provide for the Consideration of an Ordinance which has been laid before Parliament in a Report of the Oxford University Commissioners.

c. 25.

An Act to apply the Sum of Nine million five hundred thousand Pounds out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty.

c. 26. in part.

An Act to remove Doubts as to the Application of “The Common Lodging Houses Acts” to Ireland, and to amend the Provisions of the same so far as they relate to Ireland - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three from “the Term ‘Local Authority’” to the end of that Section.

Section Four to “therefor as to Ireland”.

Sections Seven and Nine.

c. 27. in part.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain Duties on Wine Licences and Refreshment Houses, and for regulating the licensing of Refreshment Houses and the granting of Wine Licences - - }in part; namely,—

Section One from “if the House” to “or upwards - - 1 1 0”.

Section Ten from “and every such” to “to this Act”.

The Schedules.

c. 28.

An Act to repeal the Act of the Seventh Year of King George the Second, Chapter Eight, commonly called “Sir John Barnard's Act,” and the Act of the Tenth Year of King George the Second, Chapter Eight.

c. 32. in part.

An Act to abolish the Jurisdiction of the Ecclesiastical Courts in Ireland in Cases of Defamation, and in England and Ireland in certain Cases of Brawling }in part; namely,—

Section One from “Provided further” to the end of that Section; and the rest of the Section so far as it relates to Ecclesiastical Courts in Ireland.

Section Five.

c. 33. in part.

An Act to amend certain Provisions in the Bankrupt Law of Scotland - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Six.

c. 36. in part.

An Act to authorize the Appointment and Approval of Places for the warehousing of Goods for the Security of Duties of Customs - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Five to Seven.

c. 41.

An Act to make perpetual an Act of the Twenty-first and Twenty-second Years of Her present Majesty, to amend the Law relating to Cheap Trains, and to restrain the Exercise of certain Powers by Canal Companies being also Railway Companies.

c. 47. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relative to the Legal Qualification of Councillors and the Admission of Burgesses in Royal Burghs in Scotland - - } in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 51. in part.

An Act to provide for an annual Return of Rates, Taxes, Tolls, and Dues levied for local Purposes in England - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section One from “the First” to the end of that Section.

c. 54. in part.

An Act to amend an Act for abolishing certain Offices on the Crown Side of the Court of Queen's Bench, and for regulating the Crown Office - - }in part; namely,—

Section One to “abolished, and”.

Section Two from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

c. 57.

An Act to authorize an Extension of the Time for Repayment of a Loan made by the West India Relief Commissioners to the Island of Dominica.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 60.

An Act to amend the Act for regulating the Queen's Prison.

c. 61.

An Act for taking the Census of England.

c. 62.

An Act for taking the Census of Ireland.

c. 67.

An Act to continue an Act for authorizing the Application of Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads.

c. 68. in part.

An Act for the better Management and Control of the Highways in South Wales - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Thirty-three from “Provided” to the end of that Section.

Section Thirty-four.

c. 73.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain, and to extend the Provisions of the Act of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Years of Her present Majesty, Chapter Thirty-eight.

c. 79. in part.

An Act to provide additional Accommodation for the Sheriff Courts in Scotland - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Eighteen from “Provided also,” to the end of that Section.

c. 80. in part.

An Act to regulate the Levying and Collection of the Inventory Duty payable upon Heritable Securities and other Property in Scotland - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Nine.

c. 81.

An Act to continue Appointments under the Act for consolidating the Copyhold and Inclosure Commissions, and for completing Proceedings under the Tithe Commutation Acts.

c. 85. in part.

An Act to amend Two Acts of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Years, and of the Eighteenth Year, of Her present Majesty, relating to the Registration of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in Scotland - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Four to “repealed; and”.

Section Nine to “Provided that”, and the word “That”.

Section Ten to “Act, and”.

Section Twenty to “Sixty-one, and”.

c. 88. in part.

An Act to extend certain Provisions for Admiralty Jurisdiction in the Colonies to Her Majesty's Territories in India - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One to “repealed; and”.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 90. in part.

An Act to repeal the Duties on Game Certificates and Certificates to deal in Game, and to impose in lieu thereof Duties on Excise Licences and Certificates for the like Purposes - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two to “repealed”.

Section Fourteen, the words “obtaining a Licence from the said Justices as aforesaid”.

Section Nineteen.

c. 92. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relative to the Scottish Herring Fisheries - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Eight and Nine.

c. 94. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Militia - in part; namely,—

Section Thirteen.

c. 98.

An Act for taking the Census in Scotland.

c. 99.

An Act to continue the Corrupt Practices Prevention Act (1854).

c. 101.

An Act to continue the Poor Law Board.

c. 102. in part.

An Act to provide for the Management of East India Stock, and of the Debts and Obligations of the Government of India, at and by the Bank of England - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One to Five.

c. 103.

An Act to apply the Sum of Ten Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty.

c. 105. in part.

An Act to provide for the Management of the General Prison at Perth, and for the Administration of Local Prisons in Scotland - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Forty-nine.

c. 106. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to amend the Lands Clauses Consolidation Acts,—and ends with the words,—avail himself of the Powers and Provisions contained in the same Acts - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 107. in part.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain Duties on Wine Licences and Refreshment Houses, and for regulating the licensing of Refreshment Houses and the granting of Wine Licences, in Ireland - }in part; namely,—

Section One from “if the House” to “or upwards - 1 1 0”.

c. 110. in part.

An Act to consolidate the Duties of Customs - in part; namely,—

Section One; Duties of Customs, &c. :—

Paragraphs 1 to 3, 6 to 9, 12 to 16, and 18.

Paragraph 19, the words “in regard to which the Conditions of the Act 4 Vict. c. 8. have or shall have been fulfilled” (wherever they occur); and from “perfumed Spirits” to “to be charged as perfumed Spirits, viz., the Gallon - 0 14 0”.

Paragraphs 20 to 22.

The words “Water, Cologne. See Spirits.”

Paragraph 25.

Paragraph 26 to “not being Ash, Beech, Birch, Elm, Oak, and Wainscot, each the Ton - 0 1 0”.

Section Three, so far as it prohibits the importation into Great Britain and Ireland of extracts and essences of hops and other concentrations thereof.

Section Six.

c. 111. in part.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain Duties of Stamps, and to amend the Laws relating to the Stamp Duties - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Nineteen to “Provided always, that”.

Section Twenty.

c. 112. in part.

An Act to make better Provision for acquiring Lands for the Defence of the Realm - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One to Four, Six to Eight, and Thirty-nine.

c. 113. in part.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to grant Duties of Excise on Chicory,—and ends with the words,—and to amend the Laws relating to the Excise - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One from “for and upon” to “less Quantity than a Hundred-weight: And”.

Sections Three and Four.

Section Twenty-eight, the third condition.

Sections Thirty-four and Thirty-five.

c. 114. in part.

An Act to reduce into One Act and to amend the Excise Regulations relating to the distilling, rectifying, and dealing in Spirits - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Two hundred and two from “except” to “Act; and”.

Section Two hundred and three from “as to the several” to “sixty, and”.

Schedule (C.), except as to the Acts 6 Geo. 4. c. 58. and 18 & 19 Vict. c. 94.

c. 116. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Election, Duties, and Payment of County Coroners - }in part; namely,—

Section One from “and every” to the end of that Section.

c. 119. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Weights and Measures in Ireland - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three.

Section Four to “repealed”.

Section Ten.

Section Twenty-two from “Provided” to the end of that Section.

c. 120. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Ballots for the Militia in England, and to suspend the making of Lists and Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Twenty-seven to Twenty-nine.

c. 124. in part.

An Act further to amend the Acts relating to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, and the Act concerning the Management of Episcopal and Capitular Estates in England - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Forty.

c. 125. in part.

An Act for better regulating the Supply of Gas to the Metropolis - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Fourteen from “Provided that it shall not be lawful” to the end of that Section.

Section Thirty-six from “provided that” to the end of that Section.

Section Fifty-six.

c. 127. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to Attorneys, Solicitors, Proctors, and Certificated Conveyancers}in part; namely,—

Section Two from “and where any Person” to the end of that Section.

Section Four from “and where any such Person” to the end of that Section.

Section Fourteen.

And so much of the rest of the Act as requires any attorney or solicitor to take the oath of allegiance.

c. 129. in part.

An Act to grant Excise Duties on British Spirits and on Spirits imported from the Channel Islands }in part; namely,—

Section One from “on and after the Twenty-ninth” to “One Penny; And”.

Section Two from “on and after the Twenty-eighth” to “and Six-pence; And”.

Section Six.

c. 131.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 132.

An Act for raising the Sum of Two million Pounds by Exchequer Bonds or Exchequer Bills for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty.

c. 133.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—to authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 134. in part.

An Act to amend the Law regarding Roman Catholic Charities - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 136. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Administration of Endowed Charities - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-four.

So much of the rest of the Act as relates to district courts of bankruptcy.

c. 138.

An Act to continue and amend the Peace Preservation (Ireland) Act (1856).

c. 141.

An Act to amend an Act passed in the Thirteenth Year of Her Majesty, to restrain Party Processions in Ireland.

c. 142. in part.

An Act to make better Provision for the Union of contiguous Benefices in Cities, Towns, and Boroughs - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Thirty from “and the Provisions” to the end of that Section.

c. 144. in part.

An Act to amend the Procedure and Powers of the Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes - }in part; namely,—

Section Four from “and Section Two” to the end of that Section.

c. 148.

An Act to continue the Powers of the Poor Law Commissioners in Ireland.

c. 149. in part.

An Act to make better Provision for the Relief of Prisoners in Contempt of the High Court of Chancery, and Pauper Defendants; and for the more efficient Despatch of Business in the said Court - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two from “the present” to “retirement of the present Solicitor to the Suitors Fund.”

Section Seven.

Section Nine from “such additional Salary to be” to “Fee Fund Account”, and from “to be payable” to “last aforesaid”.

Sections Ten and Eleven.

c. 154. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Law of Land-lord and Tenant in Ireland - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and four from “and except so far as may be necessary” to the end of that Section.

24 & 25 Vict. c. 2.

An Act to apply the Sum of Four Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-one.

c. 4.

An Act for amending the Red Sea and India Telegraph Act, 1859.

c. 6.

An Act to apply the Sum of Three Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-one.

c. 7.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 8.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 10. in part.

An Act to extend the Jurisdiction and improve the Practice of the High Court of Admiralty - - }in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-nine.

Section Thirty from “and nothing” to the end of that Section.

Section Thirty-one.

c. 12.

An Act for the Abolition of Contributions by Counties for the Relief of Prisoners in the Queen's Prison, and for the Benefit of Bethlem Hospital.

c. 19.

An Act to apply the Sum of Ten Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-one.

c. 20.

An Act to continue certain Duties of Customs and Inland Revenue for the Service of Her Majesty, and to alter and repeal certain other Duties.

c. 21. in part.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain Duties of Excise and Stamps - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One from “which said Duties” to the end of that Section.

Section Five.

Section Seven from “the Licences” to “Duties thereon, nor”.

Schedule (B.) from “Licence to be taken out by any Hawker” to “under any other Act now in force”.

c. 26. in part.

An Act to amend the Dublin Improvement Act, 1849 - in part; namely,—

Section Thirteen.

c. 34.

An Act to extend the Provisions of the Acts to facilitate the Improvement of Landed Property in Ireland, and to further provide for the Erection of Dwellings for the Labouring Poor in Ireland.

c. 37. in part.

An Act to simplify the Mode of raising the Assessment for the Poor in Scotiand - - - }in part; namely,—

From “and until” to “in such Parish”, and from “Provided always” to the end of the Act.

c. 47. part.

An Act to facilitate the Construction and Improvement of Harbours by authorizing Loans to Harbour Authorities; to abolish Passing Tolls; and for other Purposes - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three, Sub-section (7.). from “not exceeding” to “1853”.

Sections Nine and Eleven to Thirteen.

The Second Schedule.

c. 53. in part.

An Act to provide that Votes at Elections for the Universities may be recorded by means of Voting Papers - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Two, as to the form of declaration thereby prescribed.

c. 55. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws regarding the Removal of the Poor and the Contribution of Parishes to the Common Fund in Unions - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Five.

Section Seven from “Provided” to the end of that Section.

Section Nine from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

c. 57.

An Act to continue an Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her Majesty relating to private Lunatic Asylums in Ireland.

c. 58.

An Act to continue an Act of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of Her Majesty relating to the Collection of County Cess in Ireland.

c. 59. in part.

An Act to facilitate Proceedings before Justices under the Acts relating to Vaccination - - }in part; namely,—

The whole Act, so far as relates to Ireland.

c. 62. in part.

An Act to amend the Act of the Ninth Year of King George the Third, Chapter Sixteen, for quieting Possessions and Titles against the Crown, and also certain Acts for the like Object relating to Suits by the Duke of Cornwall - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 64.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain.

c. 65.

An Act to continue the Survey of Great Britain, Berwick-upon-Tweed, and the Isle of Man.

c. 68.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to Attorneys and Solicitors in Ireland.

c. 74.

An Act to render lawful the Enlistment of Persons transferred from the Indian to the General Forces of Her Majesty, and to provide in certain respects for the Rights of such Persons.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 75. in part.

An Act for amending the Municipal Corporations Act - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Four from “and that all Licences” to the end of that Section.

c. 76. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Removal of poor Persons to Ireland - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections Five and Seven.

c. 79. in part.

An Act to amend the Metropolis Gas Act - - in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 83. in part.

An Act to amend the Law regarding the Registration of County Voters in Scotland - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three to “Act; and”.

Section Six from “in” to “sixty-two, and”, and the word “thereafter”.

Section Eight from “in” to “sixty-two, and”, and the word “there-after”.

Section Thirty-one from “Provided” to the end of that Section.

Sections Thirty-four and Thirty-five.

Section Thirty-seven from “and the Lord Ordinary” to the end of that Section.

Section Forty-five to “Person; and”.

Section Forty-six.

c. 84. in part.

An Act to amend the Law in Scotland relative to the Resignation, Powers, and Liabilities of gratuitous Trustees - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Two from “nor any” to the end of that Section.

c. 85.

An Act to authorize for a further Period the Application of Money for the Purposes of Loans for carrying on Public Works in Ireland.

c. 86. in part.

An Act to amend the Law regarding Conjugal Rights in Scotland - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Thirteen to “it is hereby enacted, that”.

Section Fourteen, except so far as relates to Benjamin Robert Bell.

Sections Eighteen and Twenty-one.

c. 89.

An Act to increase the Amount payable out of the Revenues of India in respect of the Retiring Pay, Pensions, and other Expenses of that Nature, of Her Majesty's British Forces serving in India.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 91. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Inland Revenue - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section One, the words “of Two Pounds and Two Shillings”, and from “and so far” to the end of that Section.

Section Fourteen from “on and after” to “sixty-one”; from “and every Person” to “Period of such Licence”; and the words “after the said Tenth Day of October.”

Sections Sixteen, Twenty-four, and Forty-two.

c. 103.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 109. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to Fisheries of Salmon in England - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Thirty-nine.

The Schedule.

c. 112. in part.

An Act for the Appropriation of the Seats vacated by the Disfranchisement of the Boroughs of Sudbury and Saint Alban - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One to Eight.

Section Eleven to “Parliament,” and from “with this” to the end of that Section.

Section Thirteen.

c. 119.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 120.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 122.

An Act to continue the Corrupt Practices Prevention Act (1854).

c. 123. in part.

An Act to reduce and alter the Rate of Duty payable on Proceedings under the Statute of the Twenty-first and Twenty-second Years of Victoria, Chapter Seventy-two, Section Eighty-eight; and for other Purposes - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 131. in part.

An Act to continue the Act concerning the Management of Episcopal and Capitular Estates in England, and further to amend certain Acts relating to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England - }in part; namely,—

Section Two.

25 & 26 Vict. c. 1.

An Act to apply the Sum of Nine hundred and seventy-three thousand seven hundred and forty-seven Pounds out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year ending the Thirty-first Day of March One thousand eight hundred and sixty-two.

c. 2.

An Act to apply the Sum of Eighteen Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-two.

c. 5.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 6.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 9.

An Act to enable the Trustees of Sir John Soane's Museum to send Works of Art to the International Exhibition, 1862.

c. 12.

An Act for the Protection of Inventions and Designs exhibited at the International Exhibition of Industry and Art for the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-two.

c. 13.

An Act for raising the Sum of One Million Pounds by Exchequer Bonds for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-two.

c. 14. in part.

An Act to extend to the Isle of Man the Provisions of the Act Eighteenth and Nineteenth Victoria, Chapter Ninety, as to the Payment of Costs to and by the Crown - - - - }in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 15. in part.

An Act to define the Powers of the President and Fellows of the King and Queen's College of Physicians in Ireland with respect to the Election of its Fellows - - - - - - }in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

Section Three to “this Act”.

c. 19. in part.

An Act to amend the General Pier and Harbour Act, 1861 - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Two, Twenty-three, and Twenty-four.

Schedules (A.) and (C.)

c. 22. in part.

An Act to continue certain Duties of Customs and Inland Revenue for the Service of Her Majesty, and to grant, alter, and repeal certain other Duties}in part; namely,—

Section One, so far as it relates to Schedule D., and from “shall respectively” to “Duration thereof, the same”.

Section Two from “or as regards” to “and sixty-two”.

Section Three from “shall expire” to “Year, and”.

Section Eight, the words “for the first Time”.

Sections Fourteen and Seventeen to Nineteen.

Section Twenty from “and of an Act” to “fifty-two”.

Sections Twenty-one to Twenty-seven.

Sections Thirty and Thirty-one, except as to makers of cards.

Sections Forty, Forty-two, and Forty-four.

Schedule (A.) from “the Duties of Customs now charged” to “of such proof Spirit”.

Schedule (B.) from “on a Victualler's occasional Licence” to “the Sum of - 0 5 0”.

Schedule (C.), the words “if he be not a Maker of playing Cards, the Duty of - 0 2 6”.

Schedule (D.)

c. 24.

An Act to continue The Peace Preservation (Ireland) Act, 1856, as amended by the Act of the Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Years of Victoria, Chapter One hundred and thirty-eight.

c. 27.

An Act to authorize Payments for a further Period out of the Revenues of India in respect of the Retiring Pay, Pensions, and other Expenses of that nature of Her Majesty's British Forces serving in India.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 28.

An Act to alter and amend the Universities (Scotland) Act in so far as relates to the Bequest of the late Doctor Alexander Murray in the University of Aberdeen.

c. 29. in part.

An Act to amend and enlarge the Acts for the Improvement of Landed Property in Ireland -} in part; namely,—

Sections One, Two, and Five.

c. 31.

An Act to apply the Sum of Ten Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-two.

c. 32.

An Act to continue the Act of the Second and Third Years of Victoria, Chapter Seventy-four, for preventing the administering of unlawful Oaths in Ireland, as amended by an Act of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of Victoria.

c. 44. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the giving of Aid to discharged Prisoners - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One from “and to be” to the end of that Section.

c. 48. in part.

An Act respecting the Establishment and Government of Provinces in New Zealand, and to enable the Legislature of New Zealand to repeal the Seventy-third Section of an Act, intituled An Act to grant a Representative Constitution to the Colony of New Zealand - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Six.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 53. in part.

An Act to facilitate the Proof of Title to, and the Conveyance of, Real Estates - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Sixty-two, the words “out of the Suitors Fee Fund”.

Section One hundred and twenty-one, the words “out of the Suitors Fee Fund”.

c. 54. in part.

An Act to make further Provision respecting Lunacy in Scotland - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 58. in part.

An Act to make further Provision with respect to the raising of Money for erecting and improving Parochial Buildings in Scotland - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One, the words “School House and Schoolmaster's House”.

c. 61. in part.

An Act for the better management of Highways in England - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Nine, Sub-section Seven.

Section Forty-three, the words “not exceeding Five Pounds”.

c. 62. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Duration of contested Elections for Counties in Ireland, and for establishing additional Places for taking the Poll thereat - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Three.

Section Four, the words “which shall take place after the Commencement of this Act” and from “Provided always, that in case” to the end of that Section.

Section Seven, the words “after the Commencement of this Act”.

c. 63. in part.

An Act to amend “The Merchant Shipping Act, 1854,” “The Merchant Shipping Act Amendment Act, 1855,” and “The Customs Consolidation Act, 1853” - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

Table (A.) in the Schedule.

c. 67. in part.

An Act for obtaining a Declaration of Title - - in part; namely,—

Section Forty-two, the words “out of the Suitors Fee Fund”.

c. 69. in part.

An Act for transferring from the Admiralty to the Board of Trade certain Powers and Duties relative to Harbours and Navigation under Local and other Acts; and for other Purposes - - } in part; namely,—

Sections Eleven and Twelve.

Section Nineteen, Sub-section Four.

Section Twenty-two.

c. 71.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-two, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 72.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain.

c. 73. in part.

An Act for continuing the Copyhold, Inclosure, and Tithe Commission, and entitling the Commissioners to Superannuation Allowance - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 75.

An Act to revive and continue an Act for amending the Laws relating to Savings Banks in Ireland.

c. 76. in part.

An Act to amend “The Weights and Measures (Ireland) Act, 1860;” to abolish local and customary Denominations of Weight, and to regulate the Mode of weighing Articles sold in Ireland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Sections One and Three.

Section Five to “this Act”.

Section Six from “and any” to the end of that Section.

Section Nine from “before the close” to “Act, and” and the word “succeeding”.

Section Ten from “in the Year” to “such Quarter Sessions” and the word “succeeding”.

c. 77.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 80.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 81.

An Act to make perpetual An Act to amend the Procedure and Powers of the Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes.

c. 83. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws in force for the Relief of the destitute Poor in Ireland, and to continue the Powers of the Commissioners - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-six.

c. 84. in part.

An Act to continue the Duties of Excise on Sugar made in the United Kingdom, and to amend the Laws relating to the Duties of Excise - - }in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 86. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Commissions of Lunacy and the Proceedings under the same, and to provide more effectually for the visiting of Lunatics, and for other Purposes - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Twenty-two and Twenty-three.

Section Twenty-five from “so much” to the end of that Section.

c. 87. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws relating to Industrial and Provident Societies - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

The Schedule.

c. 89. in part.

An Act for the Incorporation, Regulation, and Winding-up of Trading Companies and other Associations - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One hundred and twenty-six, the words “The Commissioners of the Court of Bankruptcy, and” and “Commissioner of the Court of Bankruptcy”.

Section Two hundred and six, Sub-section Four.

Sections Two hundred and seven, Two hundred and eleven, and Two hundred and twelve.

c. 92. in part.

An Act to limit the Time for proceeding to Elections in Counties and Boroughs in Ireland - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two to “repealed”.

Section Four, the words “issued after the Commencement of this Act”.

c. 97. in part.

An Act to regulate and amend the Law respecting the Salmon Fisheries of Scotland - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three.

Section Thirteen, the words “or who shall discharge into any River Sawdust”.

c. 101. in part.

An Act to make more effectual Provision for regulating the Police of Towns and populous Places in Scotland, and for lighting, cleansing, paving, draining, supplying Water to and improving the same, and also for promoting the Public Health thereof - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Three from “the Word ‘Householder’” to “Six Pounds or upwards”.

c. 102. in part.

An Act to amend the Metropolis Local Management Acts - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Ninety-two, One hundred and three, and One hundred and thirteen.

Section One hundred and fourteen to “enacted, that”.

c. 104. in part.

An Act for the Discontinuance of the Queen's Prison, and Removal of the Prisoners to White-cross Street Prison - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two from “but all” to “had not passed”.

Section Three.

Section Four, the words “removed or” (wherever they occur).

Section Six, the words “removed or”.

Sections Eight and Nine.

c. 105. in part.

An Act to transfer the Roads and Bridges under the Management of the Commissioners of Highland Roads and Bridges to the several Counties in which the same are situate, and to provide for other Matters relating thereto - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Three, Seven, and Eight.

Schedule (A.)

c. 106. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Appointment of County Surveyors in Ireland - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Four.

c. 107. in part.

An Act to give greater Facilities for summoning Persons to serve on Juries, and for other Purposes relating thereto - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

Section Three to “Repeal, and”.

Section Fifteen.

c. 109.

An Act to continue the Corrupt Practices Prevention Act (1854).

c. 110.

An Act to enable Boards of Guardians of certain Unions to obtain temporary Aid to meet the extraordinary Demands for Relief therein.

c. 111. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Lunatics - in part; namely,—

Section Nineteen.

c. 113. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Removal of poor Persons from England to Scotland, and from Scotland to England and Ireland - - } in part; namely,—

Section Eight.

26 & 27 Vict. c. 2.

An Act to make Provision concerning Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes payable in the Metropolis on the Day appointed for the Passage through the Metropolis of Her Royal Highness the Princess Alexandra of Denmark.

c. 4.

An Act to extend for a further Period the Provisions of the Union Relief Aid Act of the last Session.

c. 5.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Royal Naval Coast Volunteers.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 6.

An Act to apply the Sum of Ten Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-three.

c. 8.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 9.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 11. in part.

An Act for the Registration of Births and Deaths in Ireland - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Four from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

Section Seven from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

Section Eight from “so much” to “repealed; and”.

Section Twelve.

Section Forty-seven from “the First of such” to “Sixty-four”.

c. 12. in part.

An Act to abolish the Office of Secretary at War, and to transfer the Duties of that Office to One of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State -} in part; namely,—

Section Two from “and the Governor” to the end of that Section.

So much of the Schedule as relates to the Acts—

45 Geo. 3. c. 58.

6 Geo. 4. c. 61.

7 Geo. 4. c. 31.

5 & 6 Vict. c. 70.

6 & 7 Vict. c. 95.

18 & 19 Vict. c. 123.

22 & 23 Vict. c. 42.

25 & 26 Vict. c. 5.

and Rules and Articles of War made under such last-mentioned Act.

c. 15.

An Act to apply the Sum of Twenty Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-three.

c. 16.

An Act for raising the Sum of One million Pounds by Exchequer Bonds for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-three.

c. 19.

An Act to amend the Law relative to the Sale of Hares in Ireland.

c. 21. in part.

An Act to amend the Law enabling Boards of Guardians to recover Costs of Maintenance of illegitimate Children in certain Cases in Ireland -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 22.

An Act to grant certain Duties of Customs and Inland Revenue.

c. 23. in part.

An Act to alter the Boundaries of New Zealand - in part; namely,—

Section One.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 29. in part.

An Act to amend and continue the Law relating to Corrupt Practices at Elections of Members of Parliament - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Ten from “but such” to the end of that Section.

c. 33. in part.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain Duties of Inland Revenue; and to amend the Laws relating to the Inland Revenue - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Four and Five.

Section Twenty-five from “after the Fifth” to “after the said last-mentioned Day”, and from “and every such” to the end of that Section.

c. 35. in part.

An Act for the Prevention and Punishment of Offences committed by Her Majesty's Subjects in South Africa - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Six.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 37.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 48.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to repeal the Act of the Twentieth,—and ends with the words,—Distribution of the Effects of Officers and Soldiers dying in the Service.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 50. in part.

An Act to continue the Powers of the Commissioners under the Salmon Fisheries (Scotland) Act until the First Day of January One thousand eight hundred and sixty-five, and to amend the said Act -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

Section Two to “repealed; and”.

c. 51. in part.

An Act to amend the Passengers Act, 1855 - - in part; namely,—

Section Two.

Section Three to “repealed, and”.

Section Four to “repealed, and”.

Sections Five and Twelve.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 53.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 55.

An Act to continue the Poor Law Board for a limited Period.

c. 56.

An Act to make perpetual an Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies.

c. 57. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Acts relating to the Payment of Regimental Debts, and the Distribution of the Effects of Officers and Soldiers in case of Death, and to make like Provision for the Cases of Desertion and Insanity, and other Cases - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Three.

The Schedule.

c. 62. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Seizure of growing Crops in Ireland - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two from “save” to the end of that Section.

c. 65. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Acts relating to the Volunteer Force in Great Britain - -} in part; namely,—

Section Four.

Section Fourteen from “every such Regiment” to “are situate”.

Sections Forty-two, Forty-six, and Fifty-one.

Schedule, Part (vi.)

c. 69. in part.

An Act to establish Officers of the Royal Naval Reserve - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Six.

c. 76. in part.

An Act to determine the Time at which Letters Patent shall take effect in the Colonies - -} in part; namely,—

Section Four.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 77. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Jurisdiction of Justices residing or being out of the County for which they are Justices - - -} in part; namely,—

From “and any Acts” to the end of the Act.

c. 89. in part.

An Act for the further Amendment of the Law relating to the Removal of poor Persons, Natives of Ireland, from England - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 90. in part.

An Act to provide for the Registration of Marriages in Ireland - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Two and Five.

Section Fourteen from “the First of such” to “Sixty-four”.

c. 91.

An Act to extend for a further Period the Provisions of the Union Relief Aid Acts.

c. 94. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Repair of Turnpike Roads in England, and to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

The Schedule.

c. 95.

An Act for continuing various expiring Acts.

c. 99.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-three, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 114. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to Fisheries in Ireland - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Three from “but no” to “passing of this Act”.

Section Fourteen, Sub-section Twelve.

Sections Fifteen, Twenty-eight, Thirty-two, Thirty-four, Thirty-six, Thirty-seven, Forty-two, and Forty-seven.

c. 117. in part.

An Act to amend the Nuisances Removal Act for England, 1855, with respect to the Seizure of diseased and unwholesome Meat - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 118. in part.

An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions frequently inserted in Acts relating to the Constitution and Management of Companies incorporated for carrying on Undertakings of a public Nature - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-one from “but so” to the end of that Section.

Section Twenty-two from “not exceeding the Rate prescribed” to “per Annum”.

c. 120. in part.

An Act for the Augmentation of certain Benefices, the Right of Presentation to which is vested in the Lord Chancellor - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Thirty-eight from “but” to the end of that Section.

c. 121.

An Act to establish the Validity of Acts performed in Her Majesty's Possessions abroad by certain Clergymen ordained in Foreign Parts, and to extend the Powers of Colonial Legislatures with respect to such Clergymen.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

27 & 28 Vict. c. 2.

An Act to enable the Right Honourable Sir John Laird Mair Lawrence to receive the full Benefit of the Salary of Governor General of India, notwithstanding his being in receipt of an Annuity granted to him by the East India Company.

c. 3.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 4.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 5.

An Act to apply the Sum of Five hundred and eighty-four thousand six hundred and fifty Pounds out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year ending the Thirty-first Day of March One thousand eight hundred and sixty-four.

c. 6.

An Act to apply the Sum of Four million five hundred thousand Pounds out of the Consolidated Fund, to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-four.

c. 7. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes in Ireland - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 10.

An Act to continue for a further Period certain Provisions of the Union Relief Aid Acts.

c. 11.

An Act to apply the Sum of Fifteen Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-four.

c. 12. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the warehousing of British Spirits - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Sixteen.

c. 15. in part.

An Act for making better and further Provision for the more efficient Despatch of Business in the High Court of Chancery - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

Section Three from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

Section Five from “and such Salary” to the end of that Section.

And the rest of the Act except as to John William Hawkins and any junior clerks or assistant clerks appointed thereunder before the passing of the Act 30 & 31 Vict. c. 87.

c. 16.

An Act to confirm the Appointment of Henry Pendock St. George Tucker, Esquire, as One of the Judges of Her Majesty's High Court at Bombay, and to establish the Validity of certain Proceedings therein.

Repealed as to all Her Majesty's Dominions.

c. 17. in part.

An Act for the Abolition of Vestry Cess in Ireland, and for other Purposes relating thereto - -} in part; namely,—

Section Four from “and every Person entitled” to “binding upon all Parties”.

Section Five from “and with like” to the end of that Section.

Section Six.

The Schedule.

c. 18. in part.

An Act to grant certain Duties of Customs and Inland Revenue - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One, so far as it relates to Schedules (A.), (C.), and (D.), and from “and there shall” to “said Schedule (A.)”, and from “shall respectively” to “Duration thereof the same”.

Section Two from “or as regards” to “herein-after provided)”, and from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

Sections Three, Four, and Eight.

Schedule (A.)

Schedule (B.) from “on Sugar” to “any former Act”, and from “if such trading Person as aforesaid” to “the yearly Duty of - 2 0 0”.

Schedule (D.)

c. 21.

An Act to indemnify certain Persons from any penal Consequences which they may have incurred by sitting and voting as Members of the House of Commons while holding the Office of Under Secretary of State.

c. 28. in part.

An Act to amend “The Common Law Procedure (Ireland) Act, 1853,” in relation to Jurors and Juries in the County of Cork - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Six from “save that” to “in Ireland”.

c. 29. in part.

An Act to amend the Act Third and Fourth Victoria, Chapter Fifty-four, for making further Provision for the Confinement and Maintenance of Insane Prisoners - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Six.

c. 34. in part.

An Act for amending the Law relating to Seats in the House of Commons of Persons holding certain Public Offices - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 36. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relative to the Payment of the Shares of Prize and other Money belonging to deceased Officers and Soldiers of Her Majesty's Land Forces - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Five.

c. 37. in part.

An Act to amend and extend the Act for the Regulation of Chimney Sweepers - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Two and Eleven.

c. 43. in part.

An Act to grant additional Facilities for the Purchase of small Government Annuities, and for assuring Payments of Money on Death - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Three and Seven.

c. 47. in part.

An Act to amend the Penal Servitude Acts - - in part; namely,—

Section Four from “or if any Holder” to the end of that Section.

c. 48. in part.

An Act for the Extension of the Factory Acts - in part; namely,—

Section Six, Sub-sections Two and Three, and Sub-section Six to “this Proviso, that”.

c. 56. in part.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain Stamp Duties; and to amend the Laws relating to the Inland Revenue - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Six, so far as it relates to licences to dealers in gold and silver plate, and sellers of playing cards, not being makers thereof.

Section Nine.

Section Ten, so far as it extends Section One of 1 & 2 Geo. 4. c. 22. to Ireland.

Section Twelve from “and every such” to “on the said Licence”.

Section Eighteen.

c. 59. in part.

An Act to continue the Deputy Commissioners in Lunacy in Scotland, and to make further Provision for the Salaries of the Deputy Commissioners, Secretary, and Clerk of the General Board of Lunacy in Scotland - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 63.

An Act to suspend the making of Lists and the Ballots for the Militia of the United Kingdom.

c. 64. in part.

An Act for further regulating the closing of Public Houses and Refreshment Houses within the Metropolitan Police District, the City of London, certain Corporate Boroughs, and other Places -} in part; namely,—

Sections Two, Three, and Six.

Section Eight, Sub-sections Three and Four.

Section Nine.

c. 69.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 73.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-four, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 74.

An Act for raising the Sum of One million six hundred thousand Pounds by Exchequer Bonds for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-four.

c. 75. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to certain Nuisances on Turnpike Roads, and to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Two and Three.

The Schedule.

c. 76. in part.

An Act to make valid defective Registration of Deeds in certain Cases, and to substitute Stamps in lieu of the Fees now payable on Proceedings in the Registrar of Deeds Office in Ireland - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two from “and if” to the end of that Section.

c. 84.

An Act for continuing various expiring Acts.

c. 85.

An Act for the Prevention of Contagious Diseases at certain Naval and Military Stations.

c. 86. in part.

An Act to permit for a limited Period Compositions for Stamp Duty on Bank Post Bills of Five Pounds and upwards in Ireland - - - -} in part; namely,—

The words “during the Period of Three Years from the passing of this Act” and the words “during the Period aforesaid”.

c. 87. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Publication of Accounts of Corn imported, and to Returns of Purchases and Sales of Corn - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One to “the same Day”.

The Schedule.

c. 94. in part.

An Act to remove Disabilities affecting the Bishops and Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Scotland - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One, Three, and Four.

c. 99. in part.

An Act to amend the Procedure of the Civil Bill Courts in Ireland - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Fifty-five and Fifty-six.

Section Sixty from “except” to the end of that Section.

c. 101. in part.

An Act to amend the Act for the better Management of Highways in England - - - -}in part; namely,—

Section Six to “enacted, that”.

Section Ten to “enacted”.

Section Twenty-seven to “Boards, and”.

Section Twenty-eight.

Section Thirty-two to “enforcing the same”.

Section Thirty-six to “that is to say”.

c. 105. in part.

An Act to explain the Statutes of Her present Majesty for amending the Laws relating to the Removal of the Poor - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 106. in part.

An Act to authorize the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury to make Provision in regard to the Salaries of certain Sheriffs Substitute in Scotland -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 114. in part.

The Improvement of Land Act, 1864 - - in part; namely,—

Sections Ninety and Ninety-one.

c. 118. in part.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to Salmon Fisheries in Scotland - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

28 & 29 Vict. c. 4.

An Act to apply the Sum of One hundred and seventy-five thousand six hundred and fifty Pounds out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year ending the Thirty-first Day of March One thousand eight hundred and sixty-five.

c. 6.

An Act for the Protection of Inventions and Designs exhibited at the Dublin International Exhibition for the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-five.

c. 9. in part.

An Act to allow Affirmations or Declarations to be made instead of Oaths in all Civil and Criminal Proceedings in Scotland - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 10.

An Act to apply the Sum of Fifteen Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-five.

c. 11.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 12.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 16. in part.

An Act to make further Provision for the Management of the Unredeemed Public Debt in Ireland, and for the Reduction of the Interest payable on certain Sums advanced by the Bank of Ireland for the Public Service - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

c. 21. in part.

An Act to amend the Irish Bankrupt and Insolvent Act, 1857 - - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Two.

c. 22.

An Act to amend the Acts relating to the Scottish Herring Fisheries - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 29.

An Act for raising the Sum of One million Pounds by Exchequer Bonds for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-five.

c. 30. in part.

An Act to grant certain Duties of Customs and Inland Revenue - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One, so far as it relates to Schedules (A.) and (C.), and from “shall respectively” to “the same”.

Section Two from “or as regards” to “herein-after provided)”, and from “Provided always,” to the end of that Section.

Sections Three and Four.

Schedule (A.)

Schedule (B.) from “and for and in respect” to the end of that Schedule.

Schedule (C.)

c. 33. in part.

An Act to repeal the Act of the Parliament of Ireland of the Sixth Year of Anne, Chapter Eleven, for explaining and amending the several Acts against Tories, Robbers, and Rapparees - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 34. in part.

An Act to make the Metropolitan Houseless Poor Act perpetual - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One from “and the Sixth” to the end of that Section.

c. 37. in part.

An Act to make better Provision respecting, the Transaction of County Business and the Administration of Justice at Quarter Sessions in the County of Sussex; and to confirm certain Proceedings of the Justices of the said County -} in part; namely,—

Section Eighteen.

c. 42. in part.

An Act for facilitating the Annexation of Tithes to District Churches - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Eight from “and when the Approval of the said Ecclesiastical” to the end of that Section.

c. 45. in part.

An Act to provide for the Collection by means of Stamps of Fees payable in the Superior Courts of Law at Westminster, and in the Offices belonging thereto - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Eight.

The Second Schedule.

c. 47.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 48. in part.

An Act to supply Means towards defraying the Expenses of providing Courts of Justice and the various Offices belonging thereto; and for other Purposes - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Sixteen from “and for the Purpose” to the end of that Section.

Section Seventeen from “and if the Residue” to the end of that Section.

c. 50. in part.

An Act for regulating the keeping of Dogs, and for the Protection of Sheep and other Property from Dogs, in Ireland - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Two.

Sections Six and Eleven, the words “after the Commencement of this Act”.

Section Eighteen.

Section Twenty, the words “after the Commencement of this Act”.

c. 54. in part.

An Act to alter the Days between which Pheasants may not be killed in Ireland - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 62.

An Act to provide for the Exemption of Churches and Chapels in Scotland from Poor Rates.

c. 66. in part.

An Act to allow the charging of the Excise Duty on Malt according to the Weight of the Grain used -} in part; namely,—

Sections One, Thirteen, and Fourteen.

c. 70. in part.

An Act to alter the Distribution of the Constabulary Force in Ireland, and to make better Provision for the Police Force in the Borough of Belfast -} in part; namely,—

Section One to “this Act”, and from “and all Persons” to “accordingly”.

Sections Nine and Fourteen.

c. 75. in part.

An Act for facilitating the more useful Application of Sewage in Great Britain and Ireland - -} in part; namely,—

The Schedule, so far as it relates to Ireland.

c. 77. in part.

An Act to amend the Act of the Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth Victoria, Chapter Sixty-four, commonly called “The Public House Closing Act, 1864” - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 79. in part.

An Act to provide for the better Distribution of the Charge for the Relief of the Poor in Unions -} in part; namely,—

Section Three from “Provided” to the end of that Section.

c. 89. in part.

An Act to provide for the better Government of Greenwich Hospital, and the more beneficial Application of the Revenues thereof - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections Four and Fourteen.

Section Fifteen to “this Act”.

Section Thirty-three from “(inclusive” to “this Act)”.

Section Thirty-four.

The Schedule.

c. 90. in part.

An Act for the Establishment of a Fire Brigade within the Metropolis - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Thirteen from “the First of such” to the end of that Section.

Section Fifteen from “on the Thirtieth” to “Sixty-six, and” and the word “succeeding”.

Section Thirty-four.

c. 95.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Duties on Sugar, and the Drawbacks on those Duties.

c. 96. in part.

An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Inland Revenue - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-four.

c. 98. in part.

An Act to allow British Compounded Spirits to be warehoused upon Drawback - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Fourteen.

c. 99. in part.

An Act to confer on the County Courts a limited Jurisdiction in Equity - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Thirteen from “Provided also” to the end of that Section.

Section Twenty-three.

c. 104. in part.

An Act to amend the Procedure and Practice in Crown Suits in the Court of Exchequer at Westminster; and for other Purposes - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Four from “General Rules” to the end of that Section.

Sections Twenty-nine, Thirty-three, Forty-five, and Fifty-three.

The Third Schedule.

c. 105.

An Act to continue the Poor Law Board for a limited Period.

c. 107. in part.

An Act to continue certain Turnpike Acts in Great Britain - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

The Schedule.

c. 118. in part.

An Act to continue and amend the Peace Preservation (Ireland) Act, 1856 - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Three.

c. 119.

An Act for continuing various expiring Acts.

c. 121. in part.

An Act to amend “The Salmon Fishery Act, 1861” - in part; namely,—

Sections Forty-three to Forty-six, Forty-eight, Fifty to Fifty-two, Fifty-four, and Fifty-five.

The Second Schedule.

c. 122. in part.

An Act to amend the Law as to the Subscriptions and Declarations to be made and Oaths to be taken by the Clergy of the Established Church of England and Ireland - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Four from “according to the Form” to the end of that Section.

Section Fifteen.

The Schedule.

c. 123.

An Act to apply a Sum out of the Consolidated Fund and the Surplus of Ways and Means to the Service of the Year ending Thirty-first March One thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.

c. 126. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the Law relating to Prisons - - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Thirty-five from “1st. That this” to “sixty-six”.

Section Sixty-nine.

Section Seventy-four, Sub-section Three.

29 & 30 Vict. c. 1.

An Act to empower the Lord Lieutenant or other Chief Governor or Governors of Ireland to apprehend, and detain for a limited Time, such Persons as he or they shall suspect of conspiring against Her Majesty's Person and Government.

c. 6.

An Act to apply the Sum of One million one hundred and thirty-seven thousand seven hundred and seventy-two Pounds out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year ending the Thirty-first Day of March One thousand eight hundred and sixty-six.

c. 9.

An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

c. 10.

An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

c. 11. in part.

An Act for the Cancellation of certain Capital Stocks of Annuities standing in the Names of the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt} in part; namely,—

Sections Four and Five.

c. 13.

An Act to apply the Sum of Nineteen Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixty-six.

c. 16.

An Act for facilitating the public Exhibition of Works of Art in certain Exhibitions.

c. 19. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to Parliamentary Oaths - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One, as to the Form of Oath thereby prescribed.

Section Six.

The Schedule.

c. 20.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to indemnify William Forsyth, Esquire,—and ends with the words,—Standing Counsel to the Secretary of State in Council of India.

c. 25. in part.

An Act to consolidate and amend the several Laws regulating the Preparation, Issue, and Payment of Exchequer Bills and Bonds - - -} in part; namely,—

Section Three from “Provided also” to the end of that Section.

c. 35. in part.

An Act for the better Prevention of Contagious Diseases at certain Naval and Military Stations -} in part; namely,—

Section Three.

Sections Six and Seven, the words “on the Commencement of this Act”.

c. 36. in part.

An Act to grant, alter, and repeal certain Duties of Customs and Inland Revenue, and for other Purposes relating thereto - - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One so far as it relates to Schedules (B.) and (C.) and from “shall respectively” to “the same”.

Section Two from “or as regards” to “provided)” and from “Provided always” to the end of that Section.

Sections Three to Seven.

Schedule (A.) from “the Duties of Customs now charged” to “Tea - - the Lb. 0 0 6”.

Schedule (C.)

c. 37. in part.

An Act to amend an Act of the Fifty-fourth Year of King George the Third, Chapter One hundred and twenty-three, to prevent Frauds and Abuses in the Trade of Hops - - - - } in part; namely,—

Section Twenty-one.

c. 41. in part.

An Act to amend the Nuisances Removal and Diseases Prevention Act, 1860 - - -} in part; namely,—

Section One.

c. 46. in part.

An Act to authorize the Town Council of Belfast to levy and pay Charges in respect of extra Constabulary - - - - - -} in part; namely,—

Sections One and Two.

c. 60.

An Act the title of which begins with the words,—An Act to defray the Charge of the Pay,—and ends with the words,—to authorize the Employment of the Non-commissioned Officers.

c. 62. in part.

An Act to amend the Law relating to the Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues of the Crown -} in part; namely,—

Section Four.

c. 64. in part.