Dublin Police Act, 1842

Police vans, &c. exempted from bridge tolls.

2. [2] No toll shall be demanded or taken on any turnpike road or bridge for any horse or police van passing along such road or bridge in the service of the Dublin police, provided that the rider of such horse or driver of such van shall have his dress and accoutrements according to the regulations of the police at the time of claiming the exemption; and every person who shall fraudulently claim or take the benefit of the exemption from toll herein contained, not being lawfully entitled thereunto, shall for every such offence be liable to a penalty not more than five pounds; and in all such cases the proof of exemption shall be upon the person claiming the same.

[2 Section 2 is rep., so far as it relates to turnpike roads, 37 & 38 Vict. c. 96. (S.L.R.).]