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to appoint One fit and proper Person to act as their Clerk during their Pleasure, which Clerk shall be authorized to receive the several Fees as by the Schedule to this Act annexed; and that no other or greater Fee shall be taken by such Clerk, or by any other Person, for any Summons, Order, Warrant, Information, Recognizance, Conviction, or for any other Matter or Thing done by the said Justices at Petty Sessions.
IX. Provided always, That it shall and may be lawful to the Appropriation Justices of such Petty Sessions, if they shall so think fit, to keep of Fees. or require to be kept an Account of all such Fees; and in case such Fees shall amount to any greater Sum than such Justices shall consider to be and shall have been fixed as an adequate Remuneration for such Clerk as aforesaid, to appropriate any Balance remaining after the Payment of such Clerk to the Purchase of Stationery and necessary Books for the Use of such Petty Sessions as aforesaid.
X. And be it further enacted, That a printed Table of the said A Table of Fees shall be affixed within every Court House or public Justice Fees to be Room wherein such Petty Sessions are holden; and if
affixed in every other or any
Court House. greater Fees than those set forth in the Schedule are demanded or taken for any Act, Matter, or Thing done at the said Petty Sessions, any Person so offending shall forfeit the Sum of Five Pounds, to be recovered by Civil Bill by any Person who shall sue for the same: Provided nevertheless, that no Fee whatsoever shall be demanded, taken, or received by any Clerk to such Petty Sessions, or by any Clerk to any Justice of the Peace, or by any other Person, for any Summons, Warrant, Information, Recognizance, or other Magisterial Act, done by any Justice at any other Time, Place, or any other Manner than at Petty Sessions.
XI. And be it further enacted, That a Registry or Record in A Registry of Writing shall be kept by each and every Clerk of Petty Sessions all Acts and of all Acts or Orders and Proceedings done at such Petty Ses- Proceedings to
be kept. sions, whether in Civil or Criminal Cases, in the Manner and Form set forth in the Schedule to this Act annexed ; such Registry or Record to be signed, on each Day upon which such Petty Sessions shall be holden, by all the Justices present; and that no Summons, Warrant, Conviction, Committal, Information, Recognizance, or any other Magisterial Act or Order of any kind, be issued or signed at such Petty Sessions, without the making an Entry thereof in the said Record or Registry.
XII. And be it further enacted, That all Informations and Re- Informations, cognizances sworn and acknowledged at the said several Petty &c. to be transSessions, or transmitted thereto, shall
, once in every Month at mitted to Clerk the least, be transmitted to the Clerk of the Crown or Clerk of of the Crown. the Peace of such County, County of a City, or County of a Town, as the Nature of the Case may require; and the Office of every such Clerk of the Crown and Clerk of the Peace shall be kept open from the Hour of Twelve o'clock till Three o'clock every Day, Sundays, Good Friday, and Christmas Day excepted.
XIII. And be it further enacted, That in all Cases in which it Entry to be becomes necessary for a single Justice to act magisterially, not made of all being in Petty Sessions, save and except in the issue of Sum- Cases where a monses, such Magistrates do report such case, together with the single Justice Informations taken or Recognizances sworn and acknowledged, to the Petty Sessions then next ensuing, to be holden for the District
in which such Case had arisen ; and that a particular Entry be
made in the Registry of such Petty Sessions of every such Case. List of Infor- XIV. And be it further enacted, That a List of all Informmations, &c. ations and Recognizances sworn and acknowledged before Juswhere a single tices acting singly be made out by the respective Clerks of the Justice acts, to
Crown and of the Peace, and shall be laid before the Judges of be laid before Quarter Ses
Assize and Justices in Quarter Session respectively, together with sions.
the Names of the Justices before whom such Informations and
Recognizances were sworn and acknowledged. Warrant, &c. XV. And be it further enacted, That every Warrant, Informto be signed by ation, Conviction, Committal, Recognizance, or Order of the JusTwo Justices.
tices at Petty Sessions, shall be signed by Two Justices at the least, and not by any One Person as Chairman and on the Behalf of others; and that no Summons, Warrant, or Order be signed by any Justice or Justices of the Peace, unless the Blanks in the
same shall have been first duly filled up. Justices of XVI. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful Petty Sessions to and for any Justices at Petty Sessions to hear and proceed and may determine
determine upon any Case in which such Justices have JurisCases, although diction by Law, although the Summons for the same may have made before been issued, and the Complaint received, by any other Justice other Justices. acting singly, or by any other Justices at a previous Meeting of
such Petty Sessions, in such and the like Manner as if the first Complaint was made, and the Summons issued, by the same Justices before whom the subsequent Proceedings were had and taken.
• XVII. And Whereas by an Act passed in the Third Year of • the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled An Act for the Ap• pointment of Constables, and to secure the effectual Performance of • the Duties of their Office ; and for the Appointment of Magistrates ' in Ireland in certain Cases, it is amongst other Things enacted, • that all and every Chief Constables and other Constables shall,
when required, attend on the Magistrates of the County at their • Sessions or elsewhere, and shall obey and execute all the Orders, · Warrants, and Commands of such Magistrates: And Whereas • Doubts have arisen as to the Competency or Liability of such
· Constables to execute certain Civil Warrants of such MagisChief and • trates ; Be it therefore declared and enacted, That every Chief other Consta- Constable and other Constable shall attend, and every such Chief bles shall attend Constable and other Constable is hereby required (when not enthe Petty Ses
gaged on actual Duty) to attend at the several Petty Sessions sions, and execute the
which shall be held at the respective Places where such ConOrders and stables shall be respectively stationed; and that every such Chief Warrants of Constable and other Constable shall obey and execute all Warthe Magis- rants, Orders, and Commands of such Justices in Petty Sessions ; trates ;
and shall also obey and execute all Warrants, Orders, and Com.
mands of the Magistrates of the County in their Sessions in all but shall not be Cases, Civil as well as Criminal: Provided always, that no such employed by Constable shall be employed, under such Authority, in the Rethem in the
covery of Tithes, or in the Levy of Rents by Distress, or in the Levy of Rents, levying of Fines or Penalties under any Act or Acts relating to &c.
the Revenue in Ireland, or in the enforcing of any Act or Acts relating to the Game Laws, or any Laws for the Preservation of Game or Fish, except only in Cases where forcible Resistance shall have been actually made, and been proved by Information taken on Oath.
SCHEDULE OF FEES.
d. 0 6 06 1 1
Summons and Copy
SCHEDULE (A.) REGISTRY of Summonses issued from Petty Sessions held for the County
Persons summoned, Name and Residence.
REGISTRY of Civil Proceedings at Petty Sessions held for the County
No. Date of Complaint.
REGISTRY of Proceedings in Criminal Matters at Petty Sessions held for the
do hereby apply for the Establishment of a Petty Sessions at
in the Parish of in the said
for a District bounded as follows (here set forth the proposed Boundaries]. Given under our Hands and Seals, this
Revenues of the Crown in Ireland, and for other Purposes
[2d July 1827.) HEREAS by an Act passed in the Parliament of England
in the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of the Reign of His 11 & 12 W. 3. late Majesty King William the Third, intituled An Act for
granting an Aid to His Majesty by Sale of the forfeited and • other Estates and Interests in Ireland, and by a Land Tax in
England, for the several Purposes therein mentioned, Two Shil. lings in the Pound, it was amongst other Things enacted, that all • the Honours, Manors, Baronies, Castles, Messuages, Lands, Te
nements, Rents, Reversions, Services, Remainders, Possessions, • Royalties, Franchises, Jurisdictions, Privileges, and Appurten
ances thereunto belonging, Rights of Entry, Rights of Action, • Titles, Conditions, Uses, Trusts, Powers and Authorities, Leases • for Life, Lives, or Years, Pensions, Annuities, Rent Charges, • and Hereditaments, whether Freehold, Copyhold, or of what • Nature or Kind soever, within the Realm of Ireland, whereof any • Person or Persons who stood convicted or attainted of the High • Treason or Rebellion therein mentioned, or other Treason com• mitted in Foreign Parts since the Thirteenth Day of February • One thousand six hundred and eighty eight, or who should be • convicted or attainted of any such Treason as aforesaid, by or • before the last Day of Trinity Term One thousand seven hundred • and one, or who stood convicted or attainted of High Treason * by reason of being found by Inquisition to have died or been • slain in actual Rebellion since the said Thirteenth Day of Feb
ruary One thousand six hundred and eighty eight, was or were • seised or possessed, or interested in or entitled unto, on the • Thirteenth Day of February One thousand six hundred and • eighty-eight, or at any Time since, in their own Right or to their • own Use, or whereof any other Person or Persons was or were
seised or possessed or interested in to the Use of or in Trust • for them or any of them, on the said Thirteenth Day of February, • or at any Time since, or whereof the late King James the Se• cond, or any in Trust for him or to his Use, was seised or pos• sessed or interested in at the Time of his Accession to the • Crown of England, should be and were thereby vested and ' settled, and adjudged, declared, and taken to be in the actual
• and real Possession and Seisin of certain Trustees therein named;
to the end that the same might be bargained, sold, disposed of,
and for such Uses, Intents, and Purposes as are therein expressed,
any Annuity, Pension, Rent, Debt, Sum or Sums of Money,
subsequently passed for amending and explaining the same, the • greater Part of the Honours, Manors, Lands, and other Heredita• ments to which the said Act related were sold by the Trustees ' in the said Act named: And Whereas by an Act passed in the • Parliament of England in the First Year of the Reign of Her late • Majesty Queen Ănne, intituled An Act for advancing the Sale of Ann. Sess. 2. • the forfeited Estates in Ireland, and for vesting such as remain c. 21. • unsold by the present Trustees in Her Majesty, Her Heirs and • Successors, for such Uses as the same were before vested in the • said Trustees ; and for the more effectual selling and setting the
said Estates to Protestants; and for explaining several Acts re• lating to the Lord Bophin and Sir Redmond Everard; after • reciting the said Act of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of the · Reign of His Majesty King William the Third, it was amongst • other Things enacted, that all Manors, Lands, and other Here• ditaments which were then vested in the said Trustees, and • should not be sold or otherwise disposed of before the Twenty • fourth Day of June One thousand seven hundred and three, • should be re-vested in Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Succes• sors, for the Uses declared in the said recited Act of the • Eleventh and Twelfth Years of the Reign of His Majesty King • William the Third, and should be subject to such Orders and • Appointments as should be given by Authority of the Parlia• ment of England in that Behalf; and that on the said Twenty • fourth Day of June One thousand seven hundred and three, all • the Powers of the said Trustees should cease; and the Commis