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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, that all the expenditure which shall be incurred by any parish, township or place forming part of a union for the maintenance, relief or burial of any person or persons who shall have been at any time within one year before the passing of the above-recited enactment in the receipt of relief from some other parish, township or place, by right of settlement or reputed settlement therein, and who by the above-recited enactment are or may be exempted from the liability to be removed from the parish, township or place in which such person or persons shall be residing, shall from and after the passing of this act, so long as such person or persons shall continue to be so exempted, be charged to the common or general fund of such union in the same manner as the cost of building or providing workhouses in unions and other union expenses are directed to be charged by an act passed in the fifth year of the reign of his late majesty King William the Fourth, intituled “ An Act for the Amendment and better Administration of the Laws relating to the Poor in England and Wales.” 1

2.- Continuance of act. And be it enacted, that this act shall continue in force until the first day of October in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight.

3.- Act may be amended, &c. And be it enacted, that this act may be amended or repealed by any act to be passed in this session of parliament.

· This complicated clause means this,-Be it enacted, that the support of all paupers who have been chargeable since a year before the passing of the 9 & 10 Vict. c. 66, and who are or may be made irremovable by it

, shall be charged on the union, and not on the parish in which they are inhabiting, in the same way as all other union expenses are charged.

[Some other Statutes will appear in the Magazine for February.]

Index to the Public General Acts,

100 & 11° VICTORIÆ ;

Showing whether they relate to the Whole or to any part of the

United Kingdom, viz.

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England and Ireland.
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. Great Britain.
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Great Britain and Ireland.
U. K.

.. The whole of the United Kingdom.

AFFIDAVIT OFFICE in Chancery. See Chancery.
Aliens, for the Naturalization of.-C. 83. U. K
Annuities, raising 8,000,0001. by way of.-C. 9. U.K.

allowing the Subscriptions to, to be paid up under Discount.-

C. 36. U.K.
Application of Sums to the Service of 1847.-C. 8. U.K.
Appropriation of Supplies.-C. 107. U. K.
Army; annual Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the

better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.-C. 12

U.K.
limiting the Time of Service in.-C. 37. U. K.

Bankruptcy, to abolish the Court of Review in, and to make Alter

ations in the Jurisdiction of the Courts of Bankruptcy.-

C. 102. E.
Barley (Pot or Hulled), to suspend until 1st March, 1848, the Duties

on the Importation of.-C. 64. U. K.
- to allow until 1st March, 1848, the Importation of, from any

Country in any Ships.-C. 86. U.K.
Baths (Public), to amend 9 & 10 Vict. c. 74, for the Establishment

of.-C. 61. E.
Beer, to allow the Use of Sugar in brewing.-C. 5. U.K.
Bills (Private) in the House of Commons, for the more effectual

Taxation of Costs on.-C. 69. G. B. & I.

Biscuit, to suspend until 1st March, 1848, the Duties on the Im-

portation of.-C. 64. U. K.
to allow until 1st March, 1848, the Importation of, from any
Country in any Ships.-C. 86. U.K.

See Ship Biscuit.
Bishoprick of Manchester, for establishing:-C. 108. E.
Boys in Her Majesty's Navy, for extending the Period of Service

of.-C. 30. U.K.
Brewing from Sugar, to allow.-C. 5. U.K.
Buck Wheat and Buck Wheat Meal, to suspend until 1st September,

1847, the Duties on the Importation of.-C. 3. U.K.
to suspend until 1st March, 1848, the Duties on the Import-

ation of.-C. 64. U.K.
- to allow until 1st March, 1848, the Importation of, from any

Country in any Ships.-C. 86. U.K.
Burgage Tenure, to facilitate the Transference of Lands and other

Heritages not held in.-C. 48. S.
to facilitate the Transference of Lands and other Heritages held

in.-C. 49. S.
Burgh Police; amending 3 & 4 Will. IV. c. 46, to enable Burghs

to establish a general System of Police; and amending 3 & 4
Will. IV. c. 77, for providing for the Appointment and Elec-
tion of Magistrates and Councillors for certain Burghs and
Towns.-C. 39. S.

Canada, to authorize Her Majesty to assent to a certain Bill of the

Legislative Council and Assembly of the Province of, for
granting a Civil List to Her Majesty; and to repeal certain
Parts of 3 & 4 Vict. c. 35, for re-uniting the Provinces of
Upper and Lower Canada, and for the Government of Canada.

-0. 71. U.K.
Canal Companies; to amend 8 & 9 Vict. c. 42, to enable them to
become Carriers

upon

their Canals.-C. 94. G. B. & I.
Cemeteries, for consolidating into One Act certain Provisions usually

contained in Acts authorizing the making of.-C. 65. E. & I.
Chancery, to amend the Practice with regard to Precepts from.

C. 51. S.
- to abolish One of the Offices of Master in Ordinary of the High

Court of.-C. 60. E.
for the Discontinuance of the Attendance of the Masters in
Ordinary of the High Court of, in the public Office, and for
transferring the Business of such public Office to the Affidavit

Office in Chancery.-C. 97. E.
Chelsea Pensions, for abolishing Poundage on.-C. 4. U. K.
Chelsea Out-Pensioners, amending the Acts for rendering effective

the Service of.-C. 54. U.K.
Children employed in Print Works, to amend the Law as to the

School Attendance of.-C. 70. G. B. & I.
Commissioners for carrying on Undertakings of a public Nature, for

consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually contained
in Acts with respect to the Constitution and Regulation of.-

C. 16. G. B. & I.
Commissioners. See Excise. Public Works. Stamps and Taxes.

Woods, &c., Commissioners of.
Commons Inclosure; to authorize the Inclosure of certain Lands, in

pursuance of the Second Report of the Inclosure Commis.
sioners.-C. 25. E.
to extend the Provisions of 8 & 9 Vict. c. 118, for the Inclo.

sure and Improvement of Commons.-C. 111. E.
Commons, House of, for the more effectual Taxation of Costs on

Private Bills in.-C. 69. G. B. & I.
Commutation of Tithes, to explain the Acts for, and to continue the

Officers appointed under the said Acts until 1st October, 1850.

-C. 104. E.
Companies. See Joint Stock Companies.
Compensation for Damages, to amend 9 & 10 Vict. c. 107, so far as

relates to.-C. 80. I.
Consolidated Fund,

to apply the Sum of 8,000,0001. out of, to the
Service of 1847.-0. 8. U.K.
to authorize the Advance of Money out of, for Loans towards

defraying the Expense of making certain Railways.-C.73. I.
to apply a Sum out of, and certain other Sums, to the Service

of 1847.-C. 107. U.K.
Constabulary Force, to regulate the Superannuation Allowances of,

and of the Dublin Metropolitan Police.-C. 100. I.
Copyhold Commission, to continue to the 1st October, 1850.-

C, 101. E.
Copyright Works, to amend the Law relating to the Protection of,

in the Colonies.-C. 95. U.K.
Corn, to suspend until 1st September, 1847, the Duties on the Im-

portation of.-C. 1. V. K.
- to suspend until 1st March, 1848, the Duties on the Importation

of.--C. 64. U.K.
to allow until 1st September, 1847, the Importation of, from

any Country in Foreign Ships.-C. 2. U.K.
to allow until 1st March, 1848, the Importation of, from any
Country in any Ships.-C. 86. U.K.

See Indian Corn.
Costs on Private Bills in the House of Commons, for the more

effectual Taxation of.-C. 69, G. B. & I.
Councillors for certain Burghs and Towns, amending 3 & 4 Will. IV.

c. 77, for providing for the Election of.-C. 39. 8.
County Buildings, amending the Acts relating to.-C. 28. E.
Crown Charters, to amend the Practice with regard to.-C. 51. S.
Custody of Offenders, amending 5 Geo, IV. C. 84, as to.-C. 67.

G. B. & I.
Customs, to alter certain Duties of.-C. 23. U.K.

Debts, to facilitate the Constitution and Transmission of Heritable

Securities for Debt, and to render the same more effectual for

the Recovery of.-C. 50. S.
Desertion. See Army. Navy.
Destitute Persons, for the temporary Relief of.-C.7. I.
Destitute Poor. See Poor.
Director in Chancery, to authorize the Application of certain Sums

received on account of the Fees payable to the Office of,
towards the Payment of the Debts incurred in completing the

.
Diseases (Epidemic), to authorize for One Year the Removal of

Prisoners from the several Gaols in Cases of.-C. 45. I,
Distilling from Sugar, further to encourage.-C. 6. U.K.
Distress, to render valid certain Proceedings for the Relief of, by

Employment of the labouring Poor, and to indemnify those

who have acted in such Proceedings.-C. 10. I.
to amend 9 & 10 Vict. c. 107, for facilitating the Employment

of the labouring Poor in distressed Districts, so far as relates
to Compensation for Damages.-C. 80. I.
to facilitate the Recovery of Public Monies advanced for the
Relief of, by the Employment of the labouring Poor.--C.87. I.

See Poor.
Docks, for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually con-

tained in Acts authorizing the making and improving of.-

C. 27. G. B. & I.
Drainage of Land, to explain and amend 9 & 10 Vict. c. 101, autho-

rizing the Advance of Money for the Improvement of Land
by Drainage.-C. 11. G. B.
to facilitate.-C. 38. E. C. 113. S.
to continue for a limited Time the Provisions for summary Pro-
ceedings contained in 9 & 10 Vict. c. 4, to amend the Acts for
promoting.-C. 79. I.
to provide additional Funds for Loans for, and other Works of

public Utility, and to repeal 9 & 10 Vict. c. 85.-C. 106. I.
Duties, to make legal the Collection of certain, at Port Natal.---
C. 56.

U. K.
See Biscuit. Buck Wheat. Corn. Excise. Flour. Meal.
Post Office.

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, amending certain Acts relating to.-

C. 108. E.
Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, to amend the Law as to.-C. 98. E.
Elections (Parliamentary), to regulate the Stations of Soldiers during.

-C. 21. G. B.
of Members to serve in Parliament for Counties of Cities,
Counties of Towns, and Boroughs, limiting the Time for
taking the Poll at.--C. 81. I.
of Representative Peers, for the Correction of certain Abuses
which have frequently prevailed at.-C. 52. S.

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