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Cap, 51.

An Act to amend an Act of the Third Year of King George the

Fourth, for regulating Turnpike Roads in England, and also an

Act of the Fifth and Sixth Years of King William the Fourth,

for consolidating the laws relating to Highways in England.

[21st June, 1841.]

page 107, 108

Cap. 52,

An Act to amend an Act of the Fourth Year of Her present

Majesty intituled An Act for facilitating the Administration of

Justice in the Court of Chancery. [21st June, 1841.]

Cap. 53.

An Act to apply certain Sums of Money to the Service of the

Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-one, and to appro-

priate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament. [22nd

June, 1841.]

Cap. 54.

An Act to continue until the First Day of January, One thousand

eight hundred and forty-four, an Act of the last Session of Par-

liament, for continuing an Act for amending and extending the

Provisions of an Act of the First Year of Her present Majesty,

for exempting certain Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes

from the Operation of the Laws relating to Usury. [22nd

June, 1841.)

Cap. 55.

An Act further to continue until the First Day of April, One thou-

sand eight hundred and forty-two, an Act of the Third and

Fourth Year of the Reign of Her present Majesty, intituled An

Act to amend the Laws relating to Loan Societies. [22nd June,

1841.]

Cap. 56.

An Act for taking away the punishment of Death in certain Cases,

and substituting other punishments in lieu thereof. [22nd

June, 1841.]

page 109 to 114

Cap. 57.

An Act for the Prevention of Bribery at Elections. [22nd June,

1841.]

Cap. 58.

An Act to amend the Law for the trial of controverted Elections.

[22nd June, 1841.]

Cap. 59.

An Act to authorize for One Year, and until the End of the then

next Session of Parliament, the Application of a Portion of the

Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads, in certain Cases. [22nd

June, 1841.]

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THE

PUBLIC GENERAL STATUTES,

4 & 5 VICTORIÆ.

CAP. I. An Act to settle an Annuity on Lord Keane, and the Two

next surviving Heirs Male of the Body of the said Lord Keane to whom the Title of Lord Keane shall descend, in consideration of his great and brilliant Services.

[30th March, 1841.)

CAP. II. An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the better payment of the Army and their Quarters.

[30th March, 1841.]

CAP. III. An Act for the Regulation of Her Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on shore.

[30th March, 1841.]

CAP. IV. An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the

Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and forty-one. (30th March, 1841.]

CAP. V. An Act to facilitate the Recovery of Arrears of Tithe

Compositions in Ireland vested in Her Majesty under the Provisions of an Act of the First and Second Years of Her present Majesty, for abolishing Compositions for Tithes in Ireland, and for substituting Rent-charges in lien thereof.

(30th March, 1841.]

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CAP. VI.
An Act to continue until the Fourth Day of August

One thousand eight hundred and forty-two, and to the
End of the next Session of Parliament, the several Acts
for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland which will
expire at or before the End of the present Session of
Parliament, or at or before the End of the Session of
Parliament next after the Fourth Day of August One
thousand eight hundred and Forty-one; and to amend
the Acts for regulating Turnpike Roads in Ireland.

[6th April, 1841.]

c. 99.

CAP. VII.
An Act to amend the Acts of the last Session for taking

Account of the Population. [6th, April, 1841.]

WHEREAS the Acts passed in the last session of parliament, 3 & 4 Vict. intituled respectively An Act for taking an Account of the Popula

tion of Great Britain and An Act for taking an Account of the 3 & 4 Vict.

Population in Ireland, require to be amended; be it enacted by c. 100.

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 Census to be same, That the accounts required by the first-recited Act to be taken on 7th taken on Thursday the first day of july shall be taken on Monday June and following days,

the seventh day of June, and if it be found necessary on one or instead of the more of the Days then next following, instead of the first day of 1st of July. July, and shall be accounts of the living persons who abode in the

several districts therein described on the night of Sunday the sixth day of June, instead of Wednesday the thirtieth day of June ; and the accounts required by the same Act to be taken of houseless persons, and of persons travelling and on ship-board, or who for any other reason were not abiding in any house, shall also refer to the said night of Sunday the sixth day of June, instead of Wednesday the thirtieth day of June ; and the accounts required by the Act secondly recited to be taken in the Month of July shall be taken on the seventh day of June, and if it be found necessary,

on one or more of the days then next following. Accounts to be 2. And be it enacted, That the times to be appointed by the verified in

sheriff deputes or their substitutes, and the provosts or other chief Scotland before 30th of

Magistrates of the burghs, for the attendance of the schoolmasters June.

and other persons with their returns, shall be not sooner than the fifteenth day of June and not later than the last day of June in this year, instead of the times by the first-recited Act limited ; and when such returns shall be verified before a Justice of the Peace, as by the said Act in certain cases is provided, the schedule shall be transmitted to the sheriff deputes or their substi

tutes before the last day of June. How Age shall 3. And be it enacted, That the persons charged with taking be reckoned.

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