District Justices (Temporary Provisions) Act, 1923


11.—In this Act the following expressions shall where the context so admits have the meanings respectively assigned to them by this section, that is to say:—“The Minister” means the Minister for Home Affairs; “Justice of the Peace” means and includes all the following persons, namely:—

(a) one Justice of the Peace sitting or acting alone;

(b) two or more Justices of the Peace sitting or acting together;

(c) one Magistrate appointed under the Constabulary (Ireland) Act, 1836 (6 & 7 Will. IV., ch. 13);

(d) two such Magistrates sitting or acting together:

“Civic Guard” means the Police Force in Saorstát Eireann which is at the passing of this Act commonly called or known as the Civic Guard.