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AME-WORK KNITTERS-continued. | FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, &c.—continued. Penalty on not marking, iii. 145.
I. Societies formed before 10 Geo. 4-con. Selling unmarked goods, iii. 146. Penalties how to be recovered, iii. 146.
Treasurers, &c. to render accounts, and pay Appeal, ii. 146.
over balances, &c., iii. 152. Act not to affect rights, &c. of company of, iii.
In case of neglect, application may be made 146.
to Chancery, &c., iii. 152.
No fee to be taken for proceedings in such LANCE, statute as to apprehension of offend.
courts, &c., iii. 152.ers, vi. 556.
Executors, &c. to pay money due to socie
ties before any other debts, iii. 153. LANKING OF LETTERS, v. 632.
Effects of societies to be vested in treaCAUD.
surers or trustees, ii. 153. Obtaining property by false pretences, and as
Who may bring and defend actions, &c., üi. to frauds in general, see Cheat.
153. As to conspiracy to defraud, i. 878.
Societies to declare the purpose of their es. Parol evidence admissible to prove, ii. 373.
tablishment, &c. before confirmation of
rules by quarter sessions, iii. 154. REEHOLD
May ipflict penalty for misapplication of Larceny of things of, iii. 1100, 1130 to 1134.
money, iii. 154. Porcible entry into, 79. See FORCIBLE ENTRY. Consent necessary for dissolution of socie In soil of highways, iii. 511.
ties, iii. 154. In bridges, i. 447.
Stock not divisible but for general purposes REEMASONS.
of society, iii. 154. Assembly of, not unlawful, when, v. 755.
Rules to be entered in a book, and re.
ceived in evidence, &c., iii. 354. RIENDLY SOCIETIES, BUILDING BE
Societies may receive donations, iii. 155. NEFIT SOCIETIES, AND LOAN
Proceedings, where members aggrieved, iji. SOCIETIES.
155. As to savings banks, see BANKS FOR Sav.
Where rules direct disputes to be settled by INGS.
arbitration, arbitrators' award to be final,
iii. 155. 1. Societies formed before the 10 Geo.4, c. 56.
No member, producing a certificate thereof, The 33 Geo. 3, c. 54, ii. 147.
to be removable till chargeable to parish, Any number of persons may form themselves
iii. 156. into a society, and raise a fund for their How certificates are to be authenticated, iii. mutual benefit, and may make rules and
156. impose fines, &c., iii. 148.
On complaint of parish officers, justices may Rules of such societies to be exhibited to
summon persons bringing certificates to the sessions, who may annul or confirm
be examined, and make oath of their settlethem, ii. 149.
ment, &c., iii. 156. Rules to be signed by clerk of peace, and Copies of examinations to be given to the deposited with him, iii. 149.
parties, which shall exempt them from fu. No society to be within the meaning of this
ture examination, iii. 157. act till their rules confirmed, iii. 149.
Justices may declare by an order in writing No confirmed rule to be altered at a general
the place of settlement of persons so exmeeting of the society, &c., iii. 150.
amined, without issuing warrant for reAlterations of rules to be subject to the re.
moval, ii. 157. view of the quarter sessions, iii. 150.
Copies of such orders and of examinations Society may appoint officers, iii. 150.
to be returned to the parish officers of Securities to be given for officers of trust, if
place of settlement, &c., iii. 157. required, ii. 150.
Appeal to sessions, ii. 157. Treasurers or trustees to give bond to clerk No persons who shall reside in any parish of peace, iii. 150.
under this act shall thereby acquire a And other persons to treasurers or trustees,
settlement, iii. 158. iii. 151.
Nor for paying rates, iii. 158. Bonds not chargeable with stamp duty, iii. Nor any apprentice or servant to such per151.
sons, iii, 158. Appointment of committees, iii. 151.
Bastards to have the mother's settlement, Powers of standing committees to be de.
iii. 158. clared in the rules of the society, and of Charges of maintaining or removing residents particular ones entered in a book, iii. 151.
under this act to be reimbursed by the Committees controllable by society, iii. 151.
parish to which the parties belong, iii. 158. Treasurers or trustees to lay out surplus of The 35 Geo. 3, c. 111, iii. 158.
contributions, and to bring the proceeds Provision for societies established before to account, iii. 151.
passing of recited act, iii. 159.
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, &c.—continued. , FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, &c.—continued.
of funds, iii. 167.
In cases of complaint of vidows and child
ren, justices to have jurisdiction, i. 157.
applicable to act, iii. 167.
II. Societies formed after 10 G. 4, c. ,
or which have conformed to its Propian.
tions at any quarter sessions for a peculiar Repeal of prior acts except as herein stated,
and raise a fund for their mutual beading
and make rules, &c., iii. 168.
may enforce observance of rules, iii. 161. Societies, in rules, to declare purpose of
establishment, &c., iii. 169.
Such purpose to be complied with, iii. 169.
to all societies complying with this act, Manner of proceeding in case barrister skill
refuse to certify, iii. 169.
No society entitled to benefit of act, unless
rules entered in a book and contisured,
&c., iii. 170.
Rules, when entered and deposited, to be
binding on members and depositors, E.
No confirmed rule to be altered but it a
general meeting of society, &c., iii. 170.
ties of officers, iii. 171.
Society may appoint officers, iii. 171.
Securities to be given for offices of trust, 1
required, iii. 171.
Treasurer or trustees to give bond to clerk
of peace, iii. 171.
Appointment of committees, iï. 172.
Powers of standing committees to be de
clared in rules of society, and of particu.
lar ones entered in a book, iü. 172
Committee controllable by society, ini. 112.
contributions, iii. 172.
over balances, &c., iii. 172.
made to Exchequer, &c., iii. 173.
Where trustees, &c. are out of jurisdiction
court, or uncertain if alive, or they refuse
to convey, &c., Exchequer may appolat a
person to convey, iii. 173.
When trustees absent, &c, courts mar order
stock to be transferred and dividends paid,
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, &c.--continued. | FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, &c.—continued.
Term extended for pre-existing societies to Act to be an indemnity to the Bank, iii. 174.
conform to provision of 10 Geo. 4, c. 56, Payment in case of death of officers, iji. 174.
iii. 183. Effects of societies vested in trustees or trea
Pre-existing societies to conform before Mi. surer, who may bring and defend actions,
chaelmas, 1834, iii. 183. &c., iii. 174.
The 4 & 5 Will. 4, c. 40, iij. 184. Limitation of responsibility of treasurers or Repeal of parts of 10 Geo. 4, iii. 184. trustees, üi. 175.
Purposes for which societies may be formed Treasurer, &c. liable for money actually re
under 10 Geo. 4, c. 56, iii. 184. ceived, ii. 175.
Two transcripts of rules to be submitted to Payment to persons appearing to be next of
a barrister, &c., who to certify same, iii. kin, valid, iii. 176.**
184. For payment of sums not exceeding 201. Barrister, &c. to certify both transcripts, where members die intestate, iii. 176.
iii. 185. Justices may hear cases of fraud, and punish Fee payable to barrister, iii. 185. by fine or imprisonment, iii. 176.
One transcript to be returned to society, the Conviction, iii. 176.
other to be sent to clerk of peace, iii. 185. Warrant of distress, iii. 176.
Justices to confirm rules, iii. 185. Commitment, iii. 177.
Transcript to be filed, iji. 185. Proceeding by indictment, &c., iii. 177.
Rules, &c. to be binding when certified by Proceedings necessary for dissolution of so
barrister, ii. 185. ciety, iii. 177.
Barrister not to be entitled to fee in respect Stock not divisible but for general purposes
of alterations within three years, nor for of society, iji. 177.
certificate to rules being copies of those Penalties for illegal dissolution or division of
already inrolled, iïi. 185. funds, ii. 177.
Returns of sickness, &c. to be sent to barRules to be made directing whether disputes
rister, iii. 186. shall be settled by justices, iii. 177.
If rules of society direct reference of disOr by arbitration, iii. 177.
putes to arbitration, and society refuse to Appointment of arbitrators, iii. 177.
grant arbitrators, &c., justices may deAward conclusive, iii. 178.
termine the disputes, iii. 186. Justices to enforce compliance therewith, iii. Provision in case member is expelled, iii.
186. By order, iii. 178.
Funds of society may be deposited in sav. By warrant of distress, iii. 178.
ings-bank, iii. 186. Reference of disputes to justices, if so di. Members may be witnesses, iii. 187. rected by rules of society, iii. 179.
No fee for oaths before magistrates in ob. Orders of justices final, ii. 180.
taining payment of sick pay, iii. 187. No appeal, ii. 180.
Executors, assignees, &c. of officers to pay Savings-banks, iii. 180.
money due to society before other debts, funds may be subscribed into Bank of
iii. 187. England, on receipts, iii. 180.
Letters to and from barristers and advocates societies inrolled under 59 Geo. 3, c. 128,
to be free of postage, iii. 188. prior to 28th July, 1828, entitled to 3d. Provisions of former statutes to continue in per cent. per diem, iii. 180.
force as to societies established under linors may be members, and have legal
them until they shall conform to the proauthority to act, iii. 181.
visions of 10 Geo. 4, c. 56, as hereby ocieties shall make annual audits and state.
amended, iii. 188. ments of funds to members, iïi. 181.
If a society inrolled under acts repealed by leturns to be made to clerks of peace at
10 Geo. 4, c. 56, wish to alter their rules, certain periods, ii, 181.
same to be done in conformity to that eturns to be transmitted to Secretary of
act, üi. 189. State, and laid before Parliament, iii. 181. Construction of words, iïi. 189. ocieties not making returns, iii. 182.
Provisions extended to Guernsey, Jersey, xemption from stamp duties, iii. 182.
and Isle of Man, iii. 189. onstruction of words in act, iii. 182.
The 3 & 4 Vict. c. 73, iii. 189. ct extends to present and future societies, Recited act not to exempt from stamp duty iii. 182.
certain friendly societies, when sum as»cieties already inrolled to conform to this
sured exceeds 2001., iii. 189. act within three years, iii. 182.
No society assuring for more than 2001. en. ow far repealed acts to continue in force,
titled to invest in savings-banks or with iii. 182.
national debt commissioners, iii. 189.
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, &c.--continued. | FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, &c.—contiated. II. Societies formed after 10 Geo. 4-con. III. Loan SOCIETIES—continued. Certain friendly societies empowered to ap
Sums herein stated to be in full of all point nominees to receive sums assured,
charges, iii. 203. üi. 189.
Clerks, &c. overcharging liable to penalties On future investments by societies a declara.
of usury, iii. 303. tion to be made in form directed by com. Instalments not to be paid in advance, por missioners, iii. 190.
loans to be balloted for, iii. 204. List of Forms applicable to Friendly Socie Members to be competent witnesses, iïi. 204. ties, iü. 190.
Forms stated in schedule may be used, ii.
204. III. Loan SOCIETIES.
Abstract of accounts to be made yearly, od The 3 & 4 Vict. c. 110, iii. 198.
sent to barrister, iii. 204. Repeal of part of 5 & 6 Will. 4, c. 23, iii.
Copy to be laid before Parliament, iï. 204. 198.
Trustees not personally liable, iii. 204. Provisions to be in force for recovery of all
Duration of act, iii. 204.
Schedule to the 3 & 4 Vict. c. 110, iï. 295. Society not liable to penalties for loans made IV. BUILDING BENEFIT SOCIETIES. before passing of act, ii. 198.
The 6 & 7 Will. 4, c. 42, iii. 207. Formation of loan societies under restric. tions in this act, iii. 198.
Societies may be established for the purchase Three transcripts of rules to be submitted to
or erection of dwelling-houses, i. 307. a barrister, &c., iii. 198.
Bonus, &c. not to be usurious, iii. 208. Who is to certify the transcripts, iii. 198.
Rules may be made to provide forms of conFee payable to, iii, 199.
veyance, &c., iii. 208. One transcript to be kept by the barrister,
Provisions of Friendly Society Acts extended iii. 199.
to this, iii. 208. Another returned to the society, iii. 199.
Receipt indorsed on mortgage to be sati. And the third sent to clerk of peace, iii. 199.
cient discharge without re-conveyance, L. Justices to confirm rules, iii. 199.
208. Rules, &c. to be binding when certified by
Not to authorize investment of funds in barrister, iii. 199.
savings-bank, iïi. 208. No confirmed rule to be altered but at a
Benefit of act to extend to all societies general meeting of society, &c., ii. 199.
established prior to June, 1836, m. 204. Limitation of fee payable to barrister, iii.
Exemption from stamp duties, iï. 209. 199. Rules to be entered in a book to be kept by FRUIT AND FRUIT TREES. See Wood officer of society, iïi. 199.
Stealing of, iii, 1131, 1133. Property of society vested in the trustees, Malicious injuries to, v. 37, 39.
iii. 199. Societies to issue debentures, iii. 200.
FULLER'S EARTH. See WOOLLEN MANT. Trustees signing debentures not personally
ciety payable without probate to repre-
Conspiracy to raise price of, i. 133, 879.
When exempt from tolls, iü. 725. Securities not transferrable, iii. 201.
Arresting a dead body, illegality of, i. 414. Recovery of loans, iii. 201. Recovery of loans in courts of request, iii. 202.
FURIOUS DRIVING. Power for societies to reduce demand to Death occasioned by. See HOMICIDE.
enable courts of request to adjudicate, iii. Injuries to passengers occasioned by SPP 202.
STAGE COACHES. Treasurer of any loan society to sue securi. Of hackney coaches, cabs, and public car. ties granted to his predecessor, iii. 202.
riages. See HackNEY COACHES. Sum to be demanded for inquiries, iii. 202. Penalty for riding or driving furiously to the Sum for interest, iii. 203.
danger of passengers. See Police. New schemes must be certified by actuary Penalty for furious riding or driving on highof national debt office, iii. 203.
ways. See HIGHWAYS IN GENERAL.
“ To fish," j. 222.
" To hunt,” iii. 222.
“ To bawk, hunt, fish, and fowl," üži, 222.
Landlord to have game under existing leases
except in certain cases, iii. 222.
Exceptions, iii. 223.
Act not to affect existing or future agree.
ments respecting game, nor rights of
manor, forest, chase, or warren, iii. 223.
Nor to affect cattle-gates or right of common,
Lord of manor to have game on waste, iïi.
Landlord, having reserved the right to the
game, may authorize others to kill it, iii.
Term, “ lord of manor," &c. to include
“ lady of manor," &c. iii. 223.
Where landlord, &c. has right to game in
exclusion of occupier, occupier liable to a
penalty for killing it, iii. 224.
When several penalties may be incurred or
not, iii. 224.
VI. Who may kill or take Game ; Penalty,
&c. for killing it, &c., without being
Who authorized to kill game, &c. in general,
Certificated persons may kill game, subject
to the law of trespass, iii. 224.
Proviso as to gamekeepers, iii. 224.
Gamekeepers not to act beyond limits of
appointment, iii. 224.
Where the landlord, &c. has the right to
game in exclusion of the occupier, the oc-
cupier shall be liable to a penalty for kill.
ing it, üi. 225.
Penalty for killing or pursuing game with-
out a certificate, iii. 225.
Enactment should be construed strictly, iii.
Feme covert, iii. 225.
Several persons, iii. 225.
Dog or engine need not be kept or used to
kill game, iii. 226.
Catching a hare evidence of taking it, iii.
The justice should be fully satisfied of the
intent, iii. 227.
How far an uncertificated person may sport
with or for a certificated one, iii. 227.
ment, iii. 229.
What number of penalties incurred by ki!l.
ing several heads of game, &c., iii. 229.
Several penalties in same conviction, ïïi. 230.
How far punishable by indictment, iii. 230.