Registration of Marriages (Ireland) Act, 1863

Persons entitled to search register books.

19. Every person shall be entitled, on such days and at such reasonable hours as shall be directed by the Registrar General, to search such entries in the register books in the custody of the registrars as shall not have been included in the last preceding return made by such registrar to his superintendent registrar, and to have a certified copy of any such entry or entries, under the hand and seal of the registrar, on payment of the fees here in-after mentioned; that is to say, for every such search the sum of sixpence, and for every certified copy the sum of two shillings and sixpence, in addition to the stamp duty of one penny imposed by [1] an Act passed in the twenty-third year of Her Majesty, chapter fifteen.