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ments for passage. Governor, to make all necessary and proper enquiries and arrangements for the passages of any persons assisted under this Act.
7. The several Acts mentioned in the schedule to this Act are hereby repealed to the extent mentioned; provided that
(1.) Any rule order or bye-law now in force whether made under any enactment hereby repealed or not shall continue in force until otherwise provided; and
(2.) Any officer appointed under any enactment hereby repealed shall continue and be deemed to have been duly appointed under this Act; and
(3.) Any enactment or document referring to any Act or enactment hereby repealed shall be construed to refer to this Act or to the corresponding enactment in this Act.
(4.) This repeal shall not affect
(a) The past operation of any enactment
hereby repealed nor any thing duly done or suffered under any enactment hereby repealed; or
() any right, privilege, obligation, or liability acquired, accrued, or incurred under any enactment hereby repealed;
(c) any penalty, forfeiture, or punishment incurred in respect of any offence committed against any enactments hereby repealed; or
(d) any investigation, legal proceeding or remedy in respect of any such right, privilege, obligation liability, penalty, forfeiture or punishment as aforesaid; and any such investigation, legal pro
ceeding and remedy may be carried on as if this Act had not passed; or (e) any Act in which the enactments hereby repealed have been applied, incorporated or referred to.
(5.) This repeal shall not revive any enact ment, right, office, privilege, matter or thing not in force or existing at the pasing of this Act.
Date of Act.
21st March 1840..
Title of Act.
An Act to amend two certain Acts of this Island, one entitled "An Act to prevent the clandes"tine deportation of young persons from this
Island", and the other entitled "An Act
22nd September 1840 An Act to amend An Act. entitled, "An Act to amend two certain Acts of this Island, one entitled 'An Act to prevent the clandestine deportation of young persons from this Island,' and the other entitled 'An Act to regulate the emigration of labourers from this Island, and to protect the labourers in this Island from impositions practised on them by emigration agents" 25th October 1880... An Act to provide for assisting indigent persons not being natives of Barbados to leave this Island. An Act to assist persons under certain conditions
15th June 1881.
The whole Act.
The whole Act.
to emigrate to the neighbouring colonies...... The whole Act.
(Assented to 21st March 1891.)
An Act to consolidate and amend the Acts of
E it enacted by the Governor, Council,
1. This Act may be cited as The Coroners Act, 1891."
Appointment salaries, and residence.
2. (1) The Coroners of this Island shall
(2.) The Coroner of district "A," shall
Number of Coroners and districts.
Salaries of Coron
Police Magistrate to continue coroner in District B.
Governor to fill vacancies.
Coroners to reside within limits of their districts.
and each of the Coroners of the other districts shall be paid a salary of eighty pounds. per annum out of the public treasury in the usual manner by warrant of the Governor in Executive Committee.
(3.) The present police magistrate of district "B" who is now performing the duties of Coroner in that district shall be the Coroner for that district on this Act coming into operation.
(4.) It shall be lawful for the Governor, whenever a vacancy shall occur by death. resignation or otherwise, in the office of coroner of any of the above mentioned districts to appoint some fit and proper person to fill the office.
(5.) Each Coroner shall reside within the district of which he is Coroner, unless from special circumstances, the Governor shall see fit to dispense with this requirement; and in case of inability from illness or other good and sufficient cause, any Coroner shall be prevented from attending to hold any inquest within his district, it shall be lawful for the nearest Coroner to the place where such inquest shall be held, or it shall be lawful for the Coroner so unable to act, to depute in writing under his hand, any Justice of the Peace of either of the parishes comprised in his district, to hold such in quest, and on the holding of such inquest, the said nearest Coroner or Justice of the Peace so deputed shall have all the like powers and authorities as the Coroner himself would have if he held such inquest. Provided that in any case where the Coroner is unable to act, and the nearest Coroner or any Justice of the Peace is required to act in his place, the Coroner so unable to