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that such Holder shall be entitled and is hereby authorized tai 2 recover over, in like Manner, from such Acceptor or Maker 10 gaib such Bill or Note, or other Party or Parties thereto, as last aferencia! said, the full Amount of such Notary's Charge for presenting

te same, in case (notwithstanding such Acceptance or Payne espre thereof, upon such Presentment by such Notary as aforesai the same had been previously thereto duly presented to su' Acceptor or Maker for Acceptance or Payment thereof, and suc Acceptance or Payment had not been made: Provided also, the

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in all Cases where the Holder of such Bill or Note shall be e demand the titled, under the aforesaid Provisions of this Act, to recover free -az Retea

the Acceptor or Maker of such Bill or Note, or other Party or RES Charges from

Parties thereto, such Notary's Charge for registering and copris air later the Acceptor or Maker of the

in his Books, or presenting the same for Payment, or noting ot
Bill, and if not same as aforesaid, it shall be lawful for such Notary, at the Times
paid may refuse of presenting such Bill or Note for the Payment thereof, to demanties
to receive Pay- from the Acceptor or Maker thereof, or the Person paying this
ment of the

same, the full Amount of such Charge or Charges, over and about
Bill.
the Sum specified in such Bill or Note; and in case such di

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ich King tary the full Amount of such Charge or Charges, it shall and my be lawful for such Notary to refuse to receive Payment of the Sum specified in such Bill or Note, or the Acceptance of such. Tenpera Bill, notwithstanding that the same may be tendered; but every led by the such Bill or Note shall, by reason of such Refusal to pay such as bas been or Charge or Charges as aforesaid, be deemed to be and shall be 10 betalfo

dishonoured, to all intents and Purposes whatsoever. Sums allowed XIV. And be it further enacted, That from and after the said an eander the for protesting First Day of September One thousand eight hundred and twenty. Prvies op Bills. eight, every such Notary Public, or other Person

as aforesaid. His Maje shall be entitled to a Sum of Four Shillings for protesting and eer be la Foreign Bill of Exchange, over and above all Stamp Duty par able upon such Protest, and also over and besides the Sum of One Shilling for registering and copying such Bill, as hereinbetore Pites in

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XV. And be it enacted, That all Public Notaries practising i
tising in Dublin the City of Dublin, shall keep a Public Office in some known and
to keep a Pub- convenient Street or Place in the said City, on which the Name the Ad
lic Office.

of such Notary and his Profession shall be set forth in legible ** the contr
Characters ; and that the said Notaries shall keep their Offices
open from Six of the Clock in the Afternoon until Nine of we need a
Clock in the Evening of every Day (Sunday, Good Friday, Christ. ecobed
mas Day, and Days of Fast and Days of Thanksgiving as aforesaid

excepted).
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XVI. And it is hereby further declared and enacted, That
Dublin for the Places within the City or County of Dublin over which the Ju-
Purposes of risdiction of the Commissioners for paving, cleansing, and lighting
this Act. the City of Dublin, commonly called the Paving Board, extends

pursuant to an Act passed in the Forty-seventh Year of His late
Majesty George the Third, intituled An Act for the more
Improvement of the City of Dublin and the Environs thereof

, shall
be deemed and taken to be for the Purposes of this Act withia
the Bounds or Limits of the said City of Dublin.

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XVII. Provided always, and be it enacted, That nothing in this Act not to Ict contained shall be construed to repeal or alter the Provisions repeal former of any Act relating to Bills of Exchange or Promissory

Acts, except so
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far as is proin force in Ireland, saving so far as the same are repealed or vided. ltered by the express Provisions of this Act.

CAP. XXV.
In Act to authorize the Appointment of Persons to act as

Solicitors on behalf of His Majesty in any Court or Juris-
diction in Revenue Matters.

[19th June 1828.] HEREAS it has been found greatly conducive to the

Public Interest that Persons specially appointed by the Commissioners of the Treasury, or by the several Commissioners of His Majesty's Revenue, to be Solicitors or Attornies on behalf of His Majesty, should act and practise as such Solicitors or Attornies without being admitted and enrolled as Solicitors or Attornies, and without being subject, by reason of such acting or practising, to any of the Regulations in force in any Part of the United Kingdom relating to Solicitors or Attornies :' Be t therefore enacted and declared by the King's most Excellent Vajesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiitual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament issembled, and by the Authority of the same, That whenever any persons apPerson has been or is or shall be appointed to be Solicitor or pointed to be

Solicitors or Attorney on behalf of His Majesty, under the Orders and Direc

Attornies on cions of the Commissioners of the Treasury, Customs, Excise, or behalf of His Stamps, or under the Orders and Directions of any Commissioners Majesty, under or other Persons or Person having the Management of any other the orders of Branch of His Majesty's Revenue, for the Time being, it is and the Treasury, shall and may be lawful for such Person to act and practise as

&c., may act in such Solicitor or Attorney under such Orders and Directions in

Jurisdictions in all and every Court and Courts, Jurisdiction and Jurisdictions, the United Place and Places, in any and every Part of the United Kingdom ; Kingdom. any Thing in any Act of Parliament, or in any Order or Rule of

any Court of Justice, or any Law, Usage, or Custom in force in any part of the United Kingdom relating to Solicitors or

Abend.doc tornies, or to the Admission or Practice of such Solicitors or Attornies, to the contrary in anywise notwithstanding.

II. And be it further enacted, That every Person who shall or Persons who may have acted as such Solicitor or Attorney under or in pur- shall have suance of or in obedience to any such Appointment, Orders, and acted as such Directions as aforesaid, shall be and is hereby respectively in- indemnified;

and Proceeddemnified for and on account of the same, and of any Act or Thing

ings against done in pursuance of or in obedience to or in conformity with them to be such Appointment, Orders, and Directions; and if any Action, stayed. Suit, Prosecution, or Proceeding hath been or shall be commenced against any Person, for or in respect of any Act, Matter, or Thing done under such Appointment, Orders, or Directions as aforesaid, it shall be lawful for the Defendant or Defender in any such Action, Suit, Prosecution, or Proceeding, in or before whatever Court the same may be commenced or had, to apply to such Court by Motion in a summary Way to stay all Proceedings what

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CA P. XXVI. An Act to regulate the Office of Keeper of the General Re gister of Hornings and Inhibitions in Scotland.

[19th June 1898. VHEREAS by an Act passed in the Fifty-seventh Year o

the Reign of His late Majesty King George the The • intituled An Act to abolish certain Offices, and to regulate othera in Scotland, it is enacted, that from and after and upon the Te • mination respectively of the then existing Interests in certa: • Offices therein mentioned, videlicet, the Office of Auditor of me · Exchequer in Scotland, the Office of King's Remembrancer

Exchequer in Scotland, the Office of Lord Treasurer's Remes• brancer in Exchequer in Scotland, the Office of Presenter & • Signatures in Exchequer in Scotland, the Office of Keeper of the • General Register of Seizins in Scotland, the Office of Clerk to • the Admission of Notaries in Scotland, the Office of Director of " the Chancery in Scotland, the Office of Clerk of the Chancery

in Scotland, and the Office of the Clerk of the Court of Admiralty « in Scotland, and so soon as the said Offices, or any or either of • them respectively, should become vacant, the Daties thereo

should be discharged by the Officer appointed to hold the same • in Person; and from time to time as any of the said respective • Offices should become vacant, it should be lawful for the Lord • High Treasurer or Commissioners of the Treasury, or any Three ' or more of them, for the Time being, and they were thereby

authorised and required to regulate the Duties and Establisb. "ments of the said Offices respectively, as they respectively • become vacant, so as that the several Duties to be discharged • therein respectively should be performed in Person; and there • upon and thereafter such and such Number of fit and proper • Persons should be appointed, or should be authorized and di • rected to be appointed, as might be sufficient and necessary to • perform and execute the Duties to be done, performed, and • executed in the said Offices respectively, as the said Commis• sioners should deem fit, with such Salaries and Allowances as • should be ordered and appointed by the said Lord High Trea• surer or Commissioners of the Treasury in that Behalf, Regard • being had in every such Case to the Nature and Extent of the

Duties to be performed, and to the Responsibility which might • attach or belong to the several or respective Offices or Persons • executing the Duties of said Offices respectively; and all such • Regulations, Appointments, Salaries, and Allowances, when so • made and established, should become and be in full Force • and Effect in relation to the said Offices respectively, any Thing • contained in any Actor Acts of Parliament, or any Law or • Laws, or Usage, Custom, or Practice to the contrary not with• standing ; provided always, that any Fees then charged or • chargeable for or in respect of any of the said Offices, or received or receivable, according to Law, in any of the said Ofices

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respectively, should continue to be received, and the same should be applied in Payment of the Salary or Salaries, Al

lowance or Allowances, authorized by the said recited Act to : be granted or made in each of the said Offices in which such

Fees should be received; and if any Balance of such Fees should remain, after paying and satisfying such Salaries or Allowances respectively, the same should be paid at least once in Three Months to the Receiver General of Scotland, and should by him be paid and accounted for in the same Manner with any Public Monies received and accounted for by him : And Whereas the Office of Keeper of the General Register of Hornings and Inhibitions in Scotland is now vacant, and it is expedient that this Office should be regulated, and that the whole Provisions of the said recited Act herein set forth should extend and apply Certain Powers to the said Office;' Be it therefore enacted by the King's most of recited Act Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the to extend to Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Par- the Office of liament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That from Hornings and and after the passing of this Act the several Provisions of the Inhibitions. said recited Act herein set forth shall all of them extend and be held to apply to, and shall apply to, the Office of Keeper of the General Register of Hornings and Inhibitions in Scotland.

II. And it is hereby declared and enacted, That all Matters Office to be and Things relative to the Regulation of the said Office, the Dis- under the same charge of its Duties in Person, its Establishment, Allowances, Regulations as Payment of Fees, and the Application thereof, shall all of them

included in the be judged of, fixed, and determined in the same Manner in all

recited Act. respects as if the said Office of Keeper of the General Register of Hornings and Inhibitions had been included in the said recited Act along with the other Offices enumerated in the Provision thereof herein set forth.

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CA P. XXVII.
An Act to repeal the Allowances made to Stationers on the

Purchase of Stamps for Receipts at the Head Office in
London, and to grant an Allowance to Persons purchasing
such Stamps to a certain Amount of the Commissioners of
Stamps or of the Distributors of Stamps in Great Britain.

[i9th June 1828.] WHEREAS by an Act, passed in the Forty-fourth Year of

the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, 44 G. 3. c.98. 'intituled An Act to repeal the several Stamp Duties under the Commissioners for managing the Duties upon stamped Vellum, Parchment, and Paper in Great Britain, and to grant new and additional Duties in lieu thereof, certain Allowances, set forth * in the Schedule marked (C.) to the said Act annexed, are di. rected to be made, and amongst others to every Person who at one and the same Time should produce at the Head Office for Stamps in London to be stamped, or shall buy of the Commissioners of the Stamp Duties, Vellum, Parchment, or Paper, charged with any Stamp Duty to the Amount in the whole of Thirty Pounds or upwards, an Allowance after the Rate of One G 3

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• Pound Ten Shillings for every One hundred Pounds, and :
• Stationers who shall purchase Stamps for Receipts to
• Amount at one and the same Time of Ten Pounds, ont
• Terms in the said Schedule mentioned, an Allowance after t
• Rate of Seven Pounds Ten Shillings for every One hundre:
« Pounds, over and above the usual Allowance on the preses
• Payment of Stamp Duties to the Amount of Thirty Pounds 24
• upwards : And Whereas it is expedient to repeal the said ...
"lowance of One Pound Ten Shillings per Centum, so far as the
• same relates to the Stamp Duty on Receipts, and also to repea
« the said Allowance of Seven Pounds Ten Shillings per Certus
« by the said Act directed to be made to Stationers on the Per-
• chase of Stamps for Receipts; and in order to encourage and

promote the Purchase and Distribution of Stamps for Receipe • in Places remote from the Head Office for Stamps, it is also expedient that in lieu of the said Allowances so to be repead

liberal Allowance should be made to all Persons who shal : one and the same Time purchase Stamps for Receipts, to th: • Amount hereinafter mentioned, of the Commissioners of Stampa • or of any Distributor or Sub-distributor of Stamps in any par

of Great Britain, and that the said Commissioners should be

authorized and directed to issue Stamps for Receipts upo: • Paper provided by them, without making any Charge upon the • Persons to whom such Stamps shall be issued for the Pape • upon which the same shall be impressed :' Be it therefore èsacted 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 16From the

thority of the same, That from and after the Fifth Day of Jr. 5th July 1828, One thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight the said Allowance the Allowances of One Pound Ten Shillings per Centum granted by the sai granted by the recited Act, so far as the same relates to the Duty upon Receipts

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and also the said Allowance of Seven Pounds Ten Shillings per the Purchase of Stamps for Re. Centum by the said Act directed to be made to Stationers on the ceipts, repealed. Purchase of Stamps for Receipts, shall be and the same are New Allowance hereby respectively repealed ; and in lieu of the said Allowances to be made in

hereby repealed, and of all other Allowances on the Purchase of lieu thereof.

Stamps for Receipts, there shall be made to every Person who at one and the same Time shall buy of the Commissioners or Stamps, at their Head Office for Stamps in London, Stamps for Receipts to the Amount of Five Pounds or upwards, or who a one and the same Time shall buy of any Distributor or Sub-distri

: butor of Stamps in any other Part of Great Britain, not being within the Distance of Ten Miles from the said Head Office, Stamps for Receipts to the Amount of One Pound or upwards. an Allowance of the Sum of Seven Pounds Ten Shillings for every One hundred Pounds, and so in proportion for any greater or less Sum than one hundred Pounds of such Stamps so purchased, not under Five Pounds or One Pound respectively: Provided always that no Allowance shall be made for any fractional Part of the Sum

of One Pound. Commissioners

II. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful to issue Stamps for the said Commissioners of Stamps, and they are hereby aufor Receipts thorized and required, to issue Stamps for Receipts upon Paper

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