Registration of Marriages (Ireland) Act, 1863

Superintendent registrars to be paid for the certified copies sent to general register office.

20. Every superintendent registrar shall make out an account four times in every year, on such days and for such periods as shall from time to time be appointed by the Registrar General, of the number of entries in such certified copies so sent by him to the Registrar General, as provided by this Act, and shall send the said account to the Registrar General. If on examination, and comparision with the certified copies of the registers or certificates received by the Registrar General, such account shall be found correct, the superintendent registrar shall be entitled to receive twopence from the Registrar General for every entry in such certified copies of registers of marriages, which shall be charged by the Registrar General to the general expenses of his office.