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RESERVE FORCES-continued.

§ 13. Assembly of Parliament when reserve forces ordered to be called out on permanent service ;

p. 174.

14. Service of reserve men called out; ib.

15. Punishment for non-attendance for annual training or permanent service, &c. ; p. 175.
16. Supplemental provisions as to deserters and absentees; ib.

17. Punishment for inducing reserve man to desert or absent himself; ib.

Supplemental Provisions.

18. Attestation of men enlisting in reserve forces; p. 176.

19. Record of illegal absence of reserve men; p. 177.

20. Orders and regulations as to reserve forces; ib.

21. Exercise of powers vested in holder of military office; ib.

22. Pensions of army reserve men; p. 178.

23. Application to reserve forces of enactments respecting exemptions from tolls and conveyance
of regular forces; ib.

24. Notices; ib.

25. Trial of offences; ib.

26. Provisions as to offences triable both by court-martial and by court of summary jurisdic-

tion; p. 179.

27. Evidence; ib.

28. Definitions; p. 180.

29. Repeal of Acts as in schedule; ib.

SCHEDULE; p. 181.

REVENUE, FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, AND NATIONAL DEBT:

For amending the Laws relating to Customs and Inland Revenue, and Postage and
other Stamps, and for making further provision respecting the National Debt and
charges payable out of the public revenue or by the Commissioners for the Reduction
of the National Debt; and for other purposes. Ch. 72.

§ 1. Short title; p. 425.

PART I.-Customs and Excise.

Page 425.

2. Upon revocation of approval of a customs warehouse goods to be cleared or removed;
p. 425.

3. Salaries and superannuation allowances to officers not subject to execution or attachment ; ib.
4. Amendment of the law as to the persons entitled to receive the allowances on British
spirits; ib.

5. Amendment of section 9 of 43 & 44 Vict. c. 24.; p. 426.

6. Person charged with an offence against section 4 of 23 & 24 Vict. c. 90. may be convicted
of an offence against section 7 of 33 & 34 Vict. c. 57.; ib.

7. Amendment of 43 & 44 Vict. c. 19.; ib.

PART II.-Stamps.

8. Stamp duty on grants of superannuation annuities; p. 426.

9. Exemption of certain drafts and receipts for public purposes; p. 427.

10. Exemption from stamp duty of certain agreements under 44 & 45 Vict. c. 49.; ib.

11. Returns by banking companies subject to 25 & 26 Vict. c. 89., &c.; ib.

12. Power to Treasury to grant compensation for loss of fees under 44 & 45 Vict. c. 12. ss. 33
and 34; ib.

13. Assimilation of certain adhesive stamps for stamp duties and postage duties; ib.

14. Provision as to cancellation where two or more adhesive stamps are used for a stamp duty;
p. 428.

15. Extension of interpretation of section 25 of 33 & 34 Vict. c. 97.; ib.

16. Stamp duties granted in respect of patents for inventions, and on the certificate of registra-
tion of a design to be deemed public office fees, and not stamp duties; ib.
17. Provision for composition for stamp duty on certain Canadian loans; ib.

PART III.-National Debt and Miscellaneous.

18. Adjustment of account as regards accumulations of fractions of a penny on the dividends
of the National Debt; p. 429.

19. Quarterly payment of dividends on 24 per cents.; p. 430.

20. Termination of fortification loans; ib.

21. Guarantee from the Consolidated Fund of moneys due from the National Debt Commis-
sioners to Friendly Societies. Investment of moneys belonging to Friendly Societies;
p. 431.

22. Advance of money by National Debt Commissioners for payment of commutation under
41 & 42 Vict. c. 63.; p. 433.

REVENUE, FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, AND NATIONAL DEBT-continued.

§ 23. Amendment of 36 & 37 Vict. c. 57. so far as regards permanent charges on the Consolidated
Fund payable to ecclesiastical corporations; p. 433.

24. Removal of doubts as to Crown rights to escheats, fines, and recognisances within certain
liberties of the Duchy of Lancaster; p. 434.

25. Amendment of 21 & 22 Vict. c. 72. and 40 & 41 Vict. c. 57. as to fees in proceedings under
Land Judges, Ireland; p. 435.

26. Definitions; ib.

SCHEDULES; pp. 435–437.

RIGHTS OF COMMON.

See COMMONABLE RIGHTS COMPENSATION; p. 41.

ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY. See CONSTABULARY (IRELAND); p. 399.

S.

SALE OF LAND. See SETTLED LAND; p. 112.

SALMON FISHERIES. See FISHERY BOARD (SCOTLAND); p. 467.

SANDWICH ELECTION. See CORRUPT PRACTICES (SUSPENSION OF ELECTIONS); p. 407.
SAVINGS BANKS ACTS. See GOVERNMENT ANNUITIES; p. 304.

SCHOOL BOARDS (SCOTLAND). See PUBLIC SCHOOLS (SCOTLAND); p. 47.

SCOTLAND, ACTS RELATING EXCLUSIVELY TO.

CITATION LAW AMENDMENT; p. 464.
CIVIL IMPRISONMENT; p. 149.
EDUCATIONAL ENDOWMENTS; p. 353.
ENTAIL; p. 315.

FISHERY BOARD; p. 467.

SEA FISHERIES.

SETTLED LAND:

See-

GENERAL POLICE AND IMPROVEMENT;
p. 5.

PASSENGER VESSELS LICENCES; p. 404.
PUBLIC HEALTH; p. 20.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEACHERS; p. 47.

See FISHERY BOARD (SCOTLAND); p. 467.

For facilitating Sales, Leases, and other dispositions of Settled Land, and for promoting
the execution of Improvements thereon. Ch. 38.

I.-Preliminary.

§ 1. Short title, commencement, and extent of Act; p. 112.

II.-Definitions.

2. Definition of settlement, tenant for life, &c. ; p. 112.

III.-Sale; Enfranchisement; Exchange; Partition.

3. Powers to tenant for life to sell, &c.; p. 114.

4. Regulations respecting sale, enfranchisement, exchange, and partition; ib.

5. Transfer of incumbrances on land sold, &c.; p. 115.

IV.-Leases.

Page 112.

6. Power for tenant for life to lease for ordinary or building or mining purposes; p. 115.

7. Regulations respecting leases generally; ib.

8. Regulations respecting building leases; ib.

9. Regulations respecting mining leases; p. 116.

10. Variation of building or mining lease according to circumstances of district; ib.

11. Part of mining rent to be set aside; p. 117.

12. Leasing powers for special objects; ib.

13. Surrender and new grant of leases; ib.

14. Power to grant to copyholders licences for leasing; p. 118.

V.-Sales, Leases, and other Dispositions.

15. Restriction as to mansion house, park, &c.; p. 118.

16. Dedication for streets, open spaces, &c.; ib.

SETTLED LAND—continued.

§ 17. Separate dealing with surface and minerals with or without wayleaves, &c.; p. 119.
18. Mortgage for equality, money, &c.; ib.

19. Concurrence in exercise of powers as to undivided share; ib.

20. Completion of sale, lease, &c. by conveyance; ib.

VI.—Investment or other Application of Capital Trust Money.

21. Capital money under Act; investment, &c. by trustees or Court; p. 120.

22. Regulations respecting investment, devolution, and income of securities, &c.; p. 121.
23. Investment in land in England; ib.

24. Settlement of land purchased, taken in exchange, &c.; p. 122.

VII.-Improvements.

25. Description of improvements authorized by Act; p. 122.

26. Approval by Land Commissioners of scheme for improvement and payment thereon; p. 123.
27. Concurrence in improvements; p. 124.

28. Obligation on tenant for life and successors to maintain, insure, &c.; ib.

29. Protection as regards waste in execution and repair of improvements; p. 125.

30. Extension of section 9 of 27 & 28 Vict. c. 114. (Improvement of Land Act, 1864); ib.

VIII.-Contracts.

31. Power for tenant for life to enter into contracts; p. 125.

IX.-Miscellaneous Provisions.

32. Application of money in Court under Lands Clauses and other Acts; p. 126.

33. Application of money in hands of trustees under powers of settlement; ib.

34. Application of money paid for lease or reversion; ib.

35. Cutting and sale of timber, and part of proceeds to be set aside; p. 127.

36. Proceedings for protection or recovery of land settled or claimed as settled; ib.
37. Provisions as to heirlooms; ib.

X.-Trustees.

38. Appointment of trustees by Court; p. 127.
39. Number of trustees to act; ib.

40. Trustees receipts; p. 128.

41. Protection of each trustee individually; ib.
42. Protection of trustees generally; ib.

43. Trustees reimbursement; ib.

44. Reference of differences to Court; ib.

45. Notice to trustees; ib.

XI.-Court; Land Commissioners; Procedure.

46. Regulations respecting payments into Court, applications, &c.; p. 129.
47. Payment of costs out of settled property; p. 130.

48. Constitution of Land Commissioners; their powers, &c.; ib.

49. Filing of certificates, &c. of Commissioners; p. 131.

XII.—Restrictions, Suvings, and General Provisions.

50. Powers not assignable; contract not to exercise powers void; p. 131.
51. Prohibition or limitation against exercise of powers void; p. 132.

52. Provision against forfeiture; ib.

53. Tenant for life trustee for all parties interested; ib.

54. General protection of purchasers, &c. ; ib.

55. Exercise of powers; limitation of provisions, &c. ; ib.

56. Saving for other powers; ib.

57. Additional or larger powers by settlement; p. 133.

XIII.-Limited Owners generally.

58. Enumeration of other limited owners to have powers of tenant for life; p. 133.

XIV.-Infants; Married Women; Lunatics.

59. Infant absolutely entitled to be as tenant for life; p. 134.

60. Tenant for life, infant; ib.

61. Married woman, how to be affected; ib.

62. Tenant for life, lunatic; p. 135.

XV.-Settlement by way of Trusts for Sale.

63. Provision for case of trust to sell and re-invest in laud; p. 135.

[THE LAW REPORTS.]

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SETTLED LAND—continued.

XVI.-Repeals.

§ 64. Repeal of enactments in schedule; p. 136.

XVII.-Ireland.

65. Modifications of provisions respecting Ireland; p. 136.

SCHEDULE; p. 137.

SHIPPING CASUALTIES. See MERCHANT SHIPPING (COLONIAL INQUIRIES); p. 462.
SLATE MINES:

To amend the Law relating to the use of Gunpowder in Slate Mines. Ch. 3. Page 2.
§ 1. Short title; p. 2.

2. Exempting slate mines from certain regulations relating to the use of explosives contained
in Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act, 1872 (35 & 36 Vict. c. 77.); ib.

SOMERSHAM RECTORY:

For disannexing the Rectory of Somersham from the Office of Regius Professor of
Divinity in the University of Cambridge, and for making better provision for the
Cure of Souls within the said Rectory; and for other purposes. Ch. 81. Page 476.
§ 1. Short title; p. 477.

2. Commencement of Act; ib.

3. Rectory of Somersham to be disannexed from regius professorship; p. 478.

4. Rectory vested in the University of Cambridge; ib.

5. University to have powers of rector; ib.

6. Neither professor nor university to have cure of souls; ib.

7. Vicarage constituted with cure of souls; ib.

8. Patronage of vicarage vested in bishop of diocese; p. 479.

9. Rectory income to be divided between regius professor and vicar; ib.

10. Vicar to employ two curates; ib.

11. Vicar to have rectory house; ib.

12. Vicar to be responsible for dilapidations; ib.

13. First fruits to be payable on collation of vicar; ib.

14. First fruits to be paid out of rectory income; p. 480.

15. Provision as to costs of this Act; ib.

SOUTH WALES TURNPIKE ROADS:

To further amend the Law relating to Turnpike Roads in South Wales.

§ 1. Short title; p. 406.

2. Application of Act; ib.

3. Money and materials to be placed at the disposal of district boards; ib.

4. Annual returns under Local Taxation Returns Acts; ib.

5. Repeal of enactments as in schedule; ib.

SCHEDULE; p. 407.

Ch. 67.

STAMPS. See Revenue, FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, And National Debt; p. 425.

STATIONERY OFFICE. See DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE; p. 10.

SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE (Ireland):

Page 406.

To amend the Supreme Court of Judicature Act (Ireland), 1877 (40 & 41 Vict. c. 57.)
Ch. 70.

§ 1. Short title; p. 410.

Page 409.

2. Interpretation of "office"; ib.

3. Amendment of s. 73 of 40 & 41 Vict. c. 57.; ib.

SUSPENSION OF ELECTIONS. See CORRUPT PRACTICES (SUSPENSION OF ELECTIONS);
p. 407.

T.

TEACHERS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. See PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEACHERS (SCOTLAND); p. 47.
TRUSTEES.

See SETTLED LAND; p. 112.

TURNPIKE ACTS CONTINUANCE:

To continue certain Turnpike Acts, and to repeal certain other Turnpike Acts; and for
other purposes connected therewith. Ch. 52.

§ 1-6. Acts repealed and continued as in schedules 1 to 6 of this Act; p. 309.

7. Continuance of all other Turnpike Acts; ib.

Page 309.

8. Continuance of liability to repair under special contracts after expiration of trust; p. 310.
9. Act not to apply to Scotland or Ireland; ib.

10. Short title; ib.

SCHEDULES; pp. 311-315.

TURNPIKE TRUSTS (SOUTH WALES). See SOUTH WALES TURNPIKE ROADS; p. 406.

W.

WAR OFFICE BUILDINGS. See PUBLIC OFFICES SITE

; p. 86.

WASH-HOUSES. See BATHS AND WASH-HOUSES; p. 82.

WICKLOW COPPER MINE COMPANY. See ARKLOW HARBOUR; p. 23.

LONDON: Printed by GEORGE E. B. EYRE and WILLIAM SPOTTISWOODE,
Printers to the Queen's most Excellent Majesty. 1882.

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