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sist of mayor and councilmen, ii. 90.
rough, ii. 90.
rough, ii. 90.
management of constables, ii. 90.
persons, &c., ii. 91.
Constables attending at watchhouses in night
sons brought before them for petty misde-
meanours, ii. 91.
Such recognizance to be conditioned for ap-
In default of appearance, recognizance to be
forfeited, ii. 91.
Penalties on constables for neglect of duty,
Penalty for assaults on constables, ii. 92.
Magistrates to appoint annually a certain nom.
ber of persons to act as special constables,
Payment of special constables, ii. 92.
present provisions in local act as to watch-
Watch-boxes, arms, &c. to be given up for use
Penalty for not giving them up, ii. 93.
copy of their rules, &c., ii. 93.
Power for council to order parts of borough
not within a local act as to lighting, to be in.
Proviso as to amount of rate for lighting, ii. 94.
der 3 & 4 Will. IV. c. 90, for lighting any
lighting same, ii. 94.
vernment, &c. of dock-yards, arsenals, &c.,
Council to have power to make bye-laws, ii. 95.
As to breaches of bye-laws, ii. 95.
Corporate property and fines received to be
Payment of debts, &c., salaries of recorder,
town clerk, treasurer, and other officers,
fund, ii. 95.
If fund be insufficient, council shall order a
ceasing to be of council until time pre To be in nature of a county rate, ii. 97.
Appeal, ii. 97.
fund, ii. 98.
Berwick upon-Tweed to be a county of a tots
pound, or in certain cases average rate, ii. Trial of offences committed in counties of
ties and towns corporate, ii. 110.
jurisdiction is taken away to be tried in ad.
County justices to have jurisdiction in all bo-
roughs which have not a separate court
quarter sessions of the peace under art, L.
Certain boroughs not to be assessed to cocct
for carrying former act into execution, ii. Boroughs to pay expenses of prosecutions
assizes, ii. iii.
expenses of prosecution of offenders sent by
And make order on them for payment there's
to be referred to arbitration, ii. 112.
building on or for making gardens, &c., may to gaol of another borough, if sufficient, ë.
since 5th June, 1835, for undue considera. powers under 4 Geo. 4, c. 64, and 5 Go4
c. 85, as justices have at their stasid.3 3
to act as justices in such boroughs, ii. 106. Boroughs to pay proportion of other cent
Borough courts of record to be holden as best
tofore, ii. 114.
sary officers of court, ii. 115.
Existing suits not to abate by reason of chang:
or councillor, nor be concerned in prosecu Who to be jurors, ii. 113.
Fine on jurors for non-attendance, i. 116.
quarter sessions, and appoint a recorder, in on jnries, ii. 116.
Burgesses of boroughs which have sessi-
abolished, ii. 116.
Fees payable to clerk of peace, clerk to
record, ii. 116. .
Table of fees to be hung up, ii. 117.
punishable on summary convictios, n. thi
corder, may open and adjourn court, ii. 109. Penalty for disobedience of summons, ke., 4
jurisdictions in boroughs, other than speci No witness or justice to be incompetent on the
ground of rateability, ii. 118.
May be levied by distress, ii. 118.
Form of conviction, ii. 118.
council to supply vacancies in office of al-
derman or mayor, ii. 126.
Manner of electing aldermen, ii. 126.
council, ii. 126.
In case of illness of alderman at election, ü.
Appointment to be signified to council, ii.
Poll may be closed if an hour has elapsed with-
Mayor, &c. to continue as if elected in due
Proceedings on account of defects cured by act
No advantage to be taken under this act in
cathedrals, nor rights of University of Dur Power to take extracts from minutes, &c., ii.
&c. to be commenced within twelve months,
Applications may be made to King's Bench
roll, ii. 128.
on following day, ii. 128.
4, extended to elections, ii. 128.
Freemen may be admitted who were entitled
before 5 & 6 Will. 4, c. 76, ii. 129.
debt to be deemed a debt contracted before
Overseers may levy borough rates on parts ex-
clusively of any parish in the limits of bo.
Certain matters of local jurisdiction cognizable
Offences against local acts cognizable by bo.
Before whom courts of record may be holden,
Orders, &c., now made by or before recorder,
sence of recorder, ii. 130.
in which they act as assessors, ii. 130.
occupancy as part of a subsequent occu yearly when all who are qualified once sum.
moned, ii. 131.
justices in general or quarter sessions had
&c. therein at quarterly sessions, ii. 131.
Mayor, &c. not to be interested in any con-
Borough gaol may be built beyond the limits
to 6 & 7 Will. 4, c. 108, excluded from its Mayor, &c., if inrolled on burgess-roll, not lis-
ble to penalty for so acting, ii. 139.
tempt may be removed to county gaol, ii. of fine, ii. 139.
Proviso for persons refusing on conscientious
Reservation of exemption from tolls enjoyed by
into the King's Bench by certiorari, ii. 133. rights, ii. 139.
secretary of state, and abstracts laid betare
The 6 & 7 Will. 4, c. 105, ii. 140.
charitable and corporate property standing borough in which there is a suficient gasi
in the bank books, &c. shall be paid, ii. 134. for committal of county prisoners thereta.
If a separate court of quarter sessions in the
granted by crown to boroughs, &c., though ii. 140.
Power to try prisoners at borough sessions abo
sessions for counties, &c. in which boroughs a county prison more than two miles from
the borough, ii. 140.
Oaths required to be taken by recorder, &c.
Mayor to hold over until acceptance of those
by his successor, ii. 141.
Sheriff to be elected on 9th November instead
Coroner may appoint a deputy in case of il-
Extension of jurisdiction of courts of requests,
ters not to be affected by exclusion of ward powers of recorder, vested in council, .
Justices acting under commissions granted by
powers of justices in counties relating to
assessed taxes, or jurisdiction of commis. His Majesty may appoint vice-chancellor a
Cambridge University to be justice of bölm
all intents but for parliamentary elections, Proviso as to vice-chancellor's power of 3
censing alehouses, ii. 144.
The 2 & 3 Vict. c. 27, ii. 144.
powered to make, &c. rules for reguistung
lands, &c. with approbation of treasury, Such rules to be confirmed by three judges, ..
Personal actions to be commcned by summons,
Power to the recorder or other person presi
barrister to preside therein, ii. 145.
I. Of Prosecutor and Witnesses, &c.--con.
Regulation of rates of allowance, ii. 175.
Regulations to be signed by a judge, ii. 176.
Admiralty prosecutions, ii. 176.
Central Criminal Court, ii. 176.
In corporations, ii. 176.
Decisions and observations on the foregoing
enactments, ii. 176.
Costs to be paid by treasurer, ii. 177.
Costs in other prosecutions, ii. 178.
II. Of Defendant on Prosecution by Indict.
On indictment for libel, iii. 1222.
Prisoners charged with crimes in England
for want of prosecution to be set at large,
Treasurer of counties, &c. not assessed at
large, &c. shall pay to such gaolers not
exceeding 138. 4d., ii. 179.
ings before Justices.
Stat. 18 Geo. 3, c. 19, ii. 179.
Justices may award costs, i. 985; ii. 179.
Enforcing payment of, ii. 179.
Except where the penalty amounts to 51., or
upwards, ii. 180.
Sessions to make regulations, ii. 180.
Mode of fixing costs, i. 986, 997; ii. 180.
Costs of distresses, ii. 180.
IV. Of Carrying a Prisoner to Gaol, i. 782.
V. Of Constables, and in other Cases.
On prosecution for third breach of alehouse
licenses. See ALEHOUSE.
On certiorari. See CERTIORARI.
On appeals. See APPEALS.
On appeals against poor-rates. See Poor-
On appeals against orders of removal. See
On appeals against overseers’ accounts.
In distresses for rent. See DistRESS FOR
In prosecution of vagrants. See VAGRANTS.
Of prosecuting a master for ill treating
parish apprentice. See APPRENTICES.
Of commitments. See COMMITMENT FOR
SAFE CUSTODY, i. 782; COMMITMENT
IN EXECUTION, i. 795.
As to rewards, see REWARDS.
VI. Forms as to.
pay expenses of carrying party committed
to common gaol, on 27 Geo. 2, c. 3, s. 1,
Form of warrant of distress, and sale for
same, ii. 181.