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In cases deemed by the Court to be of great intricacy and large
amount, in place of the aboye sums of 51. 58. and 71. 78.-

To the Registrar and to each merchant, per diem
On drawing the report and schedule
If at the hearing the attendance of one or two naval assessors is

required, to each assessor, per diem, such sum as the Court
directs, not exceeding

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Probate and Administration,

On application for probate or administration

1 0 0 On oath for every executor, and administrator, and surety

0 10 0 On every security ..

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The like sum as is for the time On probate or letters of administration with being payable in England for will annexed ..

stamp duty in like cases, not

exceeding a total fee of 1001.

The like sum as is for the time On letters of aclministration without will an- being payable in England for nexed

stamp duty in like cases, not

exceeding a total fee of 1501. In addition to the foregoing,

1 per cent. on the value of Where the Court iappoints its administrator

the estate and effects, not exan officer of the Court

ccoding (with the foregoing) a total fee of 2001.

£ On filing account

0 10 0 On passing account

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On every decree or order (not particularly charged)
On motion for new trial after trial with a jury ....
On order for adjournment of hearing rendered necessary by default

of either party (to be paid by that party) On every warrant of execution against goods

For less than 501.

For 501. or upwards
For keeping possession, per diem..

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Appeal to Her Majesty in Council.

£ $. d. On motion for leave to appeal

2 On every security

2 0 0 On order for leave to appeal

5 0 On record of appeal (including expense of

Suclı sum as the Court directs,

not being less than 51., nor transmission)

exceeding 501.

Miscellaneous.

£ $. d. On taxation of any bill of costs, for every 10 folios, from each party

to the taxation.. On every deposition taken before trial ..

0 10 0 On balances of estates of deceased persons paid into Court {2}

(2) per cent. on otherwise than in a suit

amount. On deposit or registration of bill of sale, will, deed of partnership, or other document

1 On notice of bill of sale filed

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£ s. d. For protest of a bill of exchange, and copy

1 0 0 For noting a bill of exchange

0 5 0 For copy of such notation

0 2 6 For taking an affidavit

5 0 For every exhibit

0 2 For drawing a will If not exceeding 200 words

1 0 0 If exceeding that number, for every subsequent 100 words or fraction thereof

5 0 For filing any document whatever

0 5 For certifying signature or seal ..

0 5 0 For attendance at a sale-At request of parties interested or of local authorities, if absent less than two hours

2 0 0 At request of parties interested, for each additional hour or fraction thereof 108., with a maximum per day of ..

4 0 On reference to the archives

0 2 6 For certified copy of document in the archives-For first 100 words ..

0 2 6 For every further 100 words

0 1 0 For preparing contracts between travellers and Dragomans and other persons ...

0 10 For certified copy of such documents For first 100 words

0 2 6 For every further 100 words ..

0 1 0 For an official certified translation of any documentFor first 100 words

0 10 0 For every further 100 words

0 5 0 For communication before two Consular Courts

0 10 0 For communication in writing to a foreign Consulate, or through Dragoman to local Ottoman authority

0 10 0 For application for Vizirial letter

0 10 0 For despatch to accompany same

0 10 0 For attendance of Dragoman or other Consular officer at Ottoman office or Tribunal Where amount involved is Under 2301.

0 10 2301, and under 3001..

1 0 0 3001. and under 1,0001.

0 5 per cent. on amount

involved, not 1,0001. and upwards

ceeding a total fee

of 301.

Such sum as the Court For attendance of Dragoman or Interpreter at Con

directs, not exceedsular Court, if required by a party in a suit

ing 31. per diem.

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On overy summons or warrant, unless specially directed by the Court

to be issued
On hearing in summary case
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On trial with a juror
On record of sentence on a trial with a jury

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BRITISH ORDER IN COUNCIL, modifying certain require

ments of the Marriage Acts as regards certain Marriages to be solemnized at St. Petersburgh.-Windsor, May 9, 1891.*

At the Court at Windsor, the oth day of May, 1891.
PRESENT: THE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY.

Lord President.
Lord Steward.
Earl of Coventry.

WHEREAS by - The Marriage Act, 1890,"+ power is given to Her Majesty the Queen by Order in Council to make regulations, among other matter:

“ Modifying in special cases or classes of cases the requirements of the Consular Marriage Acts and this Act as to residence and notice, so far as such niodification appears to Her Majesty to be consistent with the observance of due precautions against the solemnization of clandestine marriages;"

And whereas necessity has been shown for modifying the requirements of the Consular Marriage Acts and “ The Darriage Act, 1890,” us to residence and notice in the cases of certain marriages which are about to be solemnized at St. Petersburgh within the house of Iler Majesty's Ambass:dor at that place as defined by “ The Foreign Marriages Order in Council, 1890," I one or both of the parties to wbich marriages respectively are British subjects or a British subject;

And whereas such modifications appear to Her Majesty to be consistent with the observance of due precautions against the solemuization of clandestine marriages;

* “ London Gazette,” May 12, 1891. + Vol. LXXXII, page 648.

# Vol. LXXXII, page 652.

And whereas the said parties to the said intended marriages nave not yet complied, and may be unable wholly to comply, with the requirements of the said Acts as to residence and notice :

Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by and with the advice of her Privy Council, and by virtue of the power vested in Her Majesty by "The Marriage Act, 1890,” is pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:

The requirements of the Consular Marriage Acts and “The Marriage Act, 1890," as to residence and notice, are hereby modified 80 that the said requirements shall be dispensed with as regards any parties or party to any marriage which may be celebrated at St. Petersburgh as aforesaid between the date of this Order and the 9th August, 1891, to the extent to which such parties or party sball at the date of such marriage wave been unable to comply with them.

and the Right Honourable the Marquess of Salisbury, K.G., Her Majesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, is to give the necessary direction herein.

C. L. PEEL.

BRITISH ORDER IN COUNCIL, respecting the Appointment

of Assessors in causes pending before Ottoman Tribunals.Windsor, November 24, 1891.

At the Court at Windsor, the 24th day of November, 1891.

PRESENT: TAE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY.

Lord President.
Earl of Limerick.
Lord Walter Gordon-Lennox.

Sir James Fergusson, Bart.
Mr. A. J. Balfour.
Sir Charles Pearson.

WHEREAS by Treaty, Capitulation, Grant, usage, sufferance, and other lawful means, Her Majesty has power and jurisdiction within the Ottoman dominions ;

And whereas, by the like means, and by international agreement and usage in causes or matters pending before Ottoman Tribunals in which British subjects are parties, Assessors are or may be appointed, and it is expedient to make provisions for regulating the appointment of such Assessors;

Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by virtue and in exercise of the

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