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Accounts to be audited.
in a Person to
paid thereout during the Period comprised in such Account, in such Form and with such Particulars as the said Commissioners of Audit shall from Time to Time require.
7. The Accounts to be kept by the aforesaid Person on account of any Courts shall be examined and audited by the Commissioners of Audit in the same Manner as the Accounts of the Treasurers of County Courts are now audited.
8. All Lands, Messuages, and other Real and Personal Estates Courts to vest and Effects belonging to any County Court which shall be vested be appointed by in any Treasurer of County Courts who shall die, resign, or be the Treasury. removed, shall vest in such aforesaid Person; and all Lands, Messuages, and other Real and Personal Estates and Effects which thereafter may be purchased or belong to any of such Courts shall vest in the said Person; and upon the Death, Removal, or Resignation of each such Person all Property whatsoever, Real or Personal, which was vested in the said Person shall vest by force of this Act in the Person appointed by the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury to succeed him in the said Duty of supervising the Examination of the Accounts.
Court Houses, &c. may be provided.
Registrar to send to Com
Audit an Ac
9. Any of the Duties of a Treasurer of County Courts in respect to the Purchase of Lands, and of providing Court Houses and Offices, may, by Direction of the Commissioners of the Treasury, be performed by the said aforesaid Person in respect of those Courts to which there shall be no Treasurer.
10. The Registrar of every Court the Accounts of which are examined under the Provisions of this Act shall once in every Year, and oftener if required, on such Day as shall be appointed by the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, make out and send to the said Commissioners of Audit an Account of all Sums paid over by master General. him to the Paymaster General.
count of all Sums paid by him to Pay
On a Vacancy
11. Section Twenty-eight of the Act passed in the Session of in the Office of Parliament holden in the Ninth and Tenth Years of the Reign of High Bailiff, Her present Majesty, Chapter Ninety-five, shall, so far as relates of the Court to the conjoining of the Offices of Registrar and High Bailiff, be shall perform the Duties of repealed; and upon the happening of any Vacancy in the Office of High Bailiff, if High Bailiff of any County Court, if the Registrar of the Court been appointed in which the Vacancy shall occur shall have been appointed such Registrar after the passing of this Act, or, having been appointed before the passing of this Act, shall be willing to perform the Duties of the Office of High Bailiff of such Court, no Successor to
he shall have
the passing of
such High Bailiff shall, unless the Lord Chancellor, with the Consent of the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, shall otherwise determine, be appointed, but in either of such Cases the Registrar shall perform the Duties of the High Bailiff of such Court, and shall have all the Powers and Authorities now vested in a High Bailiff of a County Court, and shall be responsible for the Acts and Defaults of himself and his Officers, in like Manner as the High Bailiff of a County Court is now by Law responsible for the Acts and Defaults of himself and his Officers: Provided, that if a Registrar of a Court, appointed Registrar before the passing of this Act, shall be unwilling to perform the Duties of the Office of High Bailiff, the Person appointed to succeed to the then vacant Office of High Bailiff shall, unless the Lord Chancellor with the Consent aforesaid otherwise direct, cease to hold such Office upon the said Registrar ceasing to hold his Office of Registrar.
12. Every Registrar so invested with the Powers and Authorities Additional of High Bailiff shall receive, in addition to his net Salary as Remuneration to Registrar Registrar, a Sum equal to One Fifth Part of such Salary, together for performing with such Sum or Allowances for Service and Execution of Process the Duties of High Bailiff, as the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury may determine; and such additional Salary and Allowances shall be paid out of the Produce of the Fees payable under the Provisions of the Act passed in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty, Chapter One hundred and eight.
13. Henceforth no Person shall be appointed High Bailiff of No Person to more than One Court.
be High Bailiff of more than One Court.
14. Section Eighty-two of the said last-recited Act shall, as to Salaries of Registrars of County Courts hereafter appointed, be repealed; and future appointed every Person hereafter to be appointed Registrar of a County Court Registrars. shall be paid by Salary, and the Principle upon which the said Salary shall be regulated shall be, that if the Plaints entered in the Court of which he is Registrar do not exceed in the Year from the First Day of January to the Thirty-first Day of December inclusive the Number of Two hundred, the Salary shall be One hundred Pounds for that Year; and if the Plaints so entered shall exceed Two hundred, then such Salary shall be increased by Sums of Four Pounds for every Twenty-five additional Plaints up to Six thousand inclusive; and such Salaries shall be inclusive of all Salaries to the Clerks employed by the Registrar in the Business of their respective Courts, and of all Emoluments whatsoever, except those that may
be receivable in Equitable Proceedings or in Bankruptcy; and in the Courts in which the Plaints shall exceed Six thousand the Amount of Salary shall be fixed by the said Commissioners with the Consent of the Lord Chancellor, but in no Case shall the net Salary to be allowed exceed Seven hundred a Year; and such Salaries shall be paid out of the same Fund as the Salaries of existing Registrars are paid.
Cattle, &c. Contagious Diseases.
CA P. XV.
An Act to amend the Act of the Eleventh and
HEREAS by the Act of the Session of the Eleventh and 11 & 12 Vict. Twelfth Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty, c. 107. Chapter One hundred and seven, (which Act has been from Time to Time continued until the First Day of August One thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, and the End of the then next Session of Parliament,) it is amongst other things enacted that it shall be lawful for the Lords and others of Her Majesty's Privy Council, or any Two or more of them, from Time to Time to make such Orders and Regulations as to them may seem necessary for the Purpose of prohibiting or regulating the Removal to or from such Parts or Places as they may designate in such Order or Orders of Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Swine, or other Animals, or of Meat, Skins, Hides, Horns, Hoofs, or other Parts of any Animals, or of Hay, Straw, Fodder, or other Articles likely to propagate Infection, and also for the Purpose of purifying any Yard, Stable, Outhouse, or other Place, or any Waggons, Carts, Carriages, or other Vehicles, and also for the Purpose of directing how any Animals dying in a diseased State, or any Animals, Parts of Animals, or other Things seized under the Provisions of that Act, are to be disposed of, and also for the Purpose of causing Notices to be given of the Appearance of any Disorder among Sheep, Cattle, or other Animals, and to make any other Orders or Regulations for the Purpose of giving Effect to the Provisions of that Act, and again to revoke, alter, or vary any such Orders or Regulations:
And whereas it is expedient to amend and explain the said Act:
Be it enacted by the Queen'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, as follows:
[THE LAW REPORTS.]
Construction of Act.
Definition of "Privy Council."
Orders made under
11 & 12 Vict. c. 107, deemed authorized by
Forfeitures in England recoverable as under
11 & 12 Vict. c. 43.
Cattle, &c. Contagious Diseases.
1. The said Act of the Session of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty, Chapter One hundred and seven, is herein-after referred to as the Principal Act, and this Act shall be construed as One with the Principal Act.
2. This Act, and the Principal Act in so far as it is amended by this Act, shall not extend to Ireland.
3. "Privy Council" shall mean the said Lords and others of Her Majesty's Privy Council, or any Two of them.
4. The Orders made under the Principal Act by the said Privy Council, and dated respectively the Twenty-fourth Day of March and the Eleventh Day of April One thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, shall be deemed to have been authorized by the said Principal Act, and to be of the same Force as if contained in the said Act, subject to the Power of the said Privy Council to alter, vary, or revoke the same.
And the said Privy Council may, under the Authority of the said Principal Act, make the like or any other Orders which they may deem it expedient to make for the Purpose of preventing the spreading within Great Britain of contagious or infectious Disorders amongst Animals, and may in any such Order direct the slaughtering of any Animals affected by such Disorders. And the said Privy Council may require any Local Authority, by themselves or their Officers, or by any Committee appointed by such Local Authority, to carry into effect within their District any such Orders, and may authorize any Local Authority or Committee of such Local Authority to make any Regulations for the Purpose of preventing the spreading of such Disorders, subject to such Conditions as may be imposed by the said Privy Council.
5. Penalties and Forfeitures under the Principal Act and this Act, or either of such Acts, or any Order made thereunder, and Expenses directed to be recovered in a summary Manner, shall be recovered in England in manner directed by an Act passed in the Session holden in the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of the Reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, Chapter Forty-three, intituled An Act to facilitate the Performance of the Duties of Justices of the Peace out of Sessions within England and Wales with respect to Summary Convictions and Orders, or any Act amending the same.
An Appeal may be had from a Decision of a Justice or Justices under this Act to the Court of General or General Quarter Sessions in manner provided by the Principal Act.
One Half of all Penalties and Forfeitures recovered shall be paid