Sivut kuvina
PDF
ePub

Ten Days after, the said Commissioners of the Treasury, or any Three or more of them now being, or the Lord High Treasurer, or any Three or more of the said Commissioners of the Treasury of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for the Time being, shall cause a true and perfect Account in Writing to be taken, and attested by the proper Officers, of the Amount of all Exchequer Bills that shall have been issued by virtue of this Act, and how much thereof shall before that Time have been paid off or discharged, and how much thereof shall then remain undischarged.

XIV. And be it further enacted and declared, That the Monies so remaining unsatisfied or not discharged, with the Interest due or to grow due thereon, and the Charges of exchanging and circulating the same, shall be paid and satisfied out of the next Aid or Aids to be granted in Parliament after the said Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and twenty eight.

Money due on
Exchequer

Bills to be paid
out of the next

Aids.

XV. And be it further enacted, That the Surplus of the Monies Surplus Monies arising from the Rates, Duties, and Assessments granted and to be carried to imposed by this Act, after paying off and satisfying all the Ex- Consolidated chequer Bills issued by virtue of this Act, together with the Fund. Interest that may become due thereon, and the Charges of exchanging and circulating the same, shall, as the Surplus of any such Monies respectively shall be paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer at Westminster, be carried to and make Part of the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

dated Fund the

Charges of making forth new Exchequer

necessary

XVI. Provided also, and be it enacted, That it shall and may The Treasury be lawful for the said Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, to allow out or any Three or more of them now being, or the said Lord High of the ConsoliTreasurer, or any Three or more of the said Commissioners of the Treasury for the Time being, and he or they is and are hereby authorized and empowered to pay and allow, or cause to be paid and allowed, out of the Monies to arise of or for the said Rates and Duties hereby granted, or of or for the said Consolidated Bills; Fund, from time to time, the necessary Charges of making forth the new Exchequer Bills hereby authorized to be made forth, and such other Charges as shall be necessarily incident in or for the Execution of this Act, or any Part thereof, in relation to the said Bills; any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

XVII. Provided always, and be it enacted, That whatever to be replaced Monies shall be issued out of the said Consolidated Fund shall out of the first from time to time be replaced by and out of the first Supplies to Supplies. be then after granted in Parliament; any thing herein contained

to the contrary notwithstanding.

XVIII. Provided always, and be it enacted, That this Act may be amended, altered, or repealed by any Act or Acts to be made in this present Session of Parliament.

Act may be altered or re

pealed this Session.

CAP.

CAP. VIII.

Powers of

496.3. c.45. as to Half Pay of Royal Marine Officers, shall

extend to Pen

sions of Widows of such Officers.

Two Commis

sioners of the

Admiralty empowered to act.

[ocr errors]

W

An Act for more conveniently paying the Pensions of Widows of Officers of the Royal Marines. [2d April 1827.] HEREAS the Pensions to Widows of Royal Marine Officers, heretofore payable by the Paymaster General of His Majesty's Forces, are henceforth to be paid by the Paymaster of Royal Marines; Be it therefore enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That from and after the passing of this Act all the Powers, Duties, Exemptions, Regulations, and other Enactments, which by an Act passed in the Forty ninth Year of King George the Third, intituled An Act for more conveniently paying of Allowances on the Compassionate List of the Navy, and of Half Pay to Officers of the Royal Marines, are provided with regard to the Half Pay of Royal Marine Officers, shall attach and take effect with regard to the Pensions of Widows of Royal Marine Officers; and that all Matters and Things which under the said Act would have been Offences, if committed with regard to the said Half Pay, shall, if committed with regard to the said Pensions, be deemed Offences of the same respective Natures, and be punishable with the same respective Penalties, as if they had been committed with regard to the said Half Pay: Provided always, that all Matters which by the said Act are required to be done by Three or more of the Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, may be done by any Two or more of such Commissioners; and provided also, that the Remittance Bill for the said Pensions shall be in the Form or to the Effect following; videlicet,

• No.

. Sir,

Form of Remittance Bill.

PAY to

[ocr errors]
[blocks in formation]

(Widow of

late a

in the Royal Marines,) on her producing

' and delivering the Duplicate hereof, the Sum of

6

the

being for the Pension payable to her as such Widow on last, if the same be

Day of

' demanded within Six Calendar Months from the Date hereof, ' otherwise you are to return this Bill to the Paymaster of Royal Marines, at his Office in London.

Signed

• Attested by

• To

Paymaster.

[Description.]

The Receiver General of the Land Tax for the County of

The Collector of the Customs at the Port of

The Collector of the Excise at

‹ The Clerk of the Cheque at

6

By virtue of the Act 8th George 4th.

N. B.

N. B. The forging of this Remittance Bill, or procuring any ⚫ other Person to forge the same, in order to receive any Part of the Monies hereby payable, is made Felony by the Acts 49th George 34 and 8th George 4th.'

CA P. IX.

An Act to repeal an Act of the Twenty eighth Year of His 28G.3. c.17. late Majesty, for the better Regulation of the Manufacture repealed. of Ounce Thread.

САР. Х.

[2d April 1827.]

An Act to enable His Majesty to make further Provision for
Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of
Clarence.
[2d April 1827.]

"His Majesty may grant an Annuity of 3,000l. to His Royal
"Highness the Duke of Clarence, to commence from January 5.
"1827, and to be payable quarterly. § 1. Also an Annuity of
"6,000l. to the Duchess of Clarence, to commence at the same
Time, and to be payable in like Manner. § 2. The Annuities
"to be payable out of the Consolidated Fund. § 3.—and to be
"free of all Charges. § 4.

66

CA P. XI.

An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of July One 54G.S. c. 187. thousand eight hundred and twenty eight, an Act of the Fifty fourth Year of His late Majesty, for rendering the Payment of Creditors more equal and expeditious in Scotland. [2d April 1827.]

CA P. XII.

An Act to amend an Act of the First Year of His present
Majesty, for the Advance of Money for carrying on Public
Works in Ireland.
[2d April 1827.]

[ocr errors]

W

THEREAS by an Act passed in the First Year of His 16.4. c.81. present Majesty's Reign, for amending several Acts for the Advance of Money for carrying on Public Works, and for other Purposes in Ireland, certain Provisions were made for the Employment of certain Sums of Money in aid of divers Public Works in Ireland, in the said Act mentioned, under the Orders of the Lord Lieutenant or other Chief Governor or Governors of Ireland, and under certain Presentments and Estimates in the said Act mentioned, provided that no Order for the Payment of Money under such Presentments and Estimates should be made after the Expiration of Five Years from the passing of the said Act: And Whereas by an Act passed in the Third Year 3 G.4. c.84. of His present Majesty's Reign, for the authorizing certain temporary Advances of Money for the Relief of the Distresses existing in Ireland, it was among other Things enacted, that it should be lawful for the Lord Lieutenant or other Chief Governor

or

6 G.4.c.35.

6 G.4. c.101.

Lord Lieutenant may advance Money for Public

Works, not exceeding 100,000l.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

·

6

6

or Governors of Ireland, to order further Advances to be made for the Repairs of Roads, or for other Public Works, and that such Advances might be made at any Time before the Assizes next after the passing of the said Act: And Whereas by an Act 'made in the Sixth Year of His present Majesty's Reign, intituled 'An Act to render more effectual the several Acts for authorizing Advances for carrying on Public Works, so far as relates to Ireland, 'it was enacted, that there might be issued out of the Consolidated Fund, by the Lord Lieutenant, or other Chief Governor or Governors of Ireland, any Sum or Sums of Money not exceeding in the Whole the Sum of Three hundred thousand Pounds British Currency, for the Purposes and under the Regulations in the said Act mentioned and contained: And Whereas by another Act made in the Sixth Year of His present Majesty's Reign, to provide for the repairing, making, and keeping in repair certain Roads and Bridges in Ireland, it was among ' other Things enacted, that any Order or Orders for the Payment of any Money under any such Presentment or Estimate, in respect of Roads or Public Works, as in the said Act of the First Year of His present Majesty's Reign are mentioned, should and might be made at any Time within One Year next after the Time limited by the said Act of the said First Year; and it is expedient that a further Sum of Money should be applied to the Purposes of the said Act of the First Year of His Majesty's Reign, and that further Time should be allowed for effectuating the Purposes of the said Act;' Be it therefore enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That at any Time after the passing of this Act, by or out of such Monies as shall at any Time or Times remain in the Receipt of the Exchequer in Ireland, or out of the growing Produce of the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, arising in Ireland, it shall and may be lawful to and for the Lord Lieutenant, or other Chief Governor or Governors of Ireland for the Time being, to order such further Advances and to issue such Sums of Money as he or they shall think necessary, not exceeding in the Whole the Sum of One hundred thousand Pounds, to any Treasurer of any County or County of a City, or County of a Town in Ireland, for the making or repairing of Roads, or for any other Public Works, and that any such Advance may be made accordingly; and that any Order or Orders for the Payment of any Money under any such Presentment or Estimate as are mentioned in the said recited Act of the First Year of His present Majesty's Reign, shall and may be made at any Time within Two Years next after the passing of this Act; and that all such Advances and Orders shall be made under and according to the Directions contained in the said recited Acts of the First and Third Years of His present Majesty's Reign; and that all the Provisions in the said Acts contained shall be extended to this Act, except only so much of the said Act of the Third Year of His present Majesty's Reign as provides that such Advances may be made, although any Presentment may not have been made for such Purposes.

II. And

instead of

II. And be it further enacted, That no more than the Sum 200,000l. only of Two hundred thousand Pounds in the Whole shall be issued to be advanced and applied to the Purposes and under the Regulations of the said in the Whole, first-recited Act of the Sixth Year of His present Majesty's Reign, instead of the Sum of Three hundred thousand Pounds in the said Act mentioned; any thing contained in the said recited Act to the contrary in anywise notwithstanding.

III. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful for the Lord Lieutenant, or other Chief Governor or Governors of Ireland, out of the said Sum of One hundred Thousand Pounds, to issue and make Advances on account of any Presentment or Estimate made at any Time before the passing of this Act, under the Provisions of the said recited Acts of the First or Sixth Year of His Majesty's Reign, in Cases where the Advances authorized to be made according to the Provisions of the said recited Acts shall not have been made or completed.

IV. And be it further enacted, That in any Case in which any Loan or Advance shall have been made for any Public Work in Ireland, under the Authority of any of the Acts hereinbefore recited, it shall and may be lawful for the Lord Lieutenant or other Chief Governor or Governors of Ireland, out of the said Sum of One hundred thousand Pounds, to issue and advance any further Sum or Sums of Money, if he or they shall think fit so to do, for or towards the Completion of such Public Work, upon adequate Security for the Payment of such Sum or Sums and the Interest thereof, by such Instalments and at such Times as shall be required: Provided always, that no such Advance shall be made in any Case where the Party applying for the same shall not have paid the Interest, and the several Instalments due on any such former Loan or Advance, when and as the same shall respectively have become due and payable.

CA P. XIII.

An Act to indemnify such Persons in the United Kingdom
as have omitted to qualify themselves for Offices and Em-
ployments, and for extending the Time limited for those
Purposes respectively.
[12th April 1827.]
[This Act is the same, except as to Dates, as 7 G. 4. c. 3.]

CA P. XIV.

An Act for fixing, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One
thousand eight hundred and twenty eight, the Rates of
Subsistence to be paid to Innkeepers and others on quar-
tering Soldiers.
[12th April 1827.]

WHE

300,000l.

Such Advances

may be issued

on Presentments made before the

passing of this

Act.

Lord Lieutenant may make further

Advances, provided the In

terest and

Instalments on former Ad

vances have been paid.

HEREAS by an Act passed in the present Session of Par- 7 & 8 G.4. c.4. liament, for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the

'better Payment of the Army and their Quarters, it is (amongst other Things) enacted, that Officers and Soldiers shall be furnished with Diet and Small Beer, upon paying and allowing for 'the same the several Rates that are or shall be established by any 'Act or Acts of Parliament; and an Option is given to Innholders

' and

« EdellinenJatka »