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LOAN SOCIETIES-- continued.

third and fourth year of the reign of Her present
Majesty, intituled " An Act to amend the laws relating

to Loan Societies.” 4 & 5 Vict. c. 55, p. 109.
Recited Act further continued until the first day of April,
one thousand eight hundred and forty-two.

Id. s. 1, p. 109.
LORDS. See Tit. FELONY.

p. 117.

MILITIA.
An Act to suspend until the thirty-first day of August, one

thousand eight hundred and forty-two, the making of
lists and ballots, and enrolments for the militia of the

United Kingdom. 4 & 5 Vict. c. 23, p. 15.
general and subdivision meetings relating to the militia

suspended. Id. s. 1, p. 15.
proceedings may be had during such suspension by order in

council. Id. s. 2, p. 15.
Act to extend to wardens of stannaries and to corps of

miners. Id. s. 3, p. 16.
An Act to defray the charge of the pay, clothing and con-

tingent and other expenses of the disembodied militia in
Great Britain and Ireland, and to grant allowances in
certain cases to subaltern officers, adjutants, paymasters,
quartermasters, surgeons, assistant surgeons, surgeons'
mates, and serjeant majors of the militia, until the first
day of July, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two.

4 & 5 Vict. c. 61,
secretary at war to issue the money required for the pay

of
the regular militia. Id. s. 1, p.

118.
rates of pay.

1, p. 118.
rates of pay when absent on furlough. Id. s. 1, p.

118.
clothing. Id. s. 1, p. 118.
contingent fund. Id. s. 1, p. 118.
adjutant, &c. to reside where the arms of the corps are kept.

Id. s. 3, p. 118.
adjutant to have charge of arms and clothing, and to issue
the
money for contingent expences, on an order signed

by the colonel. Id. s. 3, p. 119.
balance to form a stock purse. Id. s. 3, p. 119.
in absence of the adjutant the serjeants to be under the com-

mand of the serjeant major. Id. s. 4, p. 119.
militia when called out for training or exercise entitled to

pay.

5, p. 119.
allowances to subalterns and surgeons' mates and assistant

surgeons. Id. s. 6,

p.

119.
rank of certain officers. Id. s. 6, p. 120.
certain persons not entitled to allowances. Id. s. 7,
a declaration to be taken to entitle officers, &c. to such

Id. s.

Id. s.

allowances. Id. s. 8, p. 120.

p. 120.

p. 120.

MILITIA-continued.

form of declaration. Id. s. 8,
allowances to officers reduced in one thousand eight hundred

and twenty-nine. Id. s. 9, p. 121.
a declaration to be taken by officers claiming the said allow-

ances. Id. s. 10, p. 121.
form of declaration. Id. s. 10, p. 121.
out pension to reduced non-commissioned officers and drum-

mers not to be received while serving. Id. s. 11, p. 122.
subalterns' mates, &c. to attend the exercise, &c.

Id. s. 12, p.

122.
commanding officer may grant leave of absence.

Id. s. 12, p. 122.
if the regiment be not called out before the time fixed for the

payment the allowance shall be paid on making the
declaration without certificate of attendance.

Id. s. 13,

p.

123.
allowances to be paid quarterly. Id. s. 14, p. 123.
on neglect of attendance, subalterns shall forfeit their claim

to allowance. Id. s. 15, p. 123.
allowance not to be paid while the militia is embodied.

Id. s. 16, p. 124.
persons on half pay or entitled to allowance as having served
in the army or navy empowered to receive pay, &c.

during training. Id. s. 17, p. 124.
adjutants, &c., non-commissioned officers, or privates, not to
lose their right to Chelsea pensions, &c.

Id. s. 18, p. 124.
allowance to be made for medicines. Id. s. 19,
adjutants appointed before the twenty-fourth day of December,

one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, entitled to
receive, after a service of twenty years, if unfit for
further service, an allowance of 8s. per day, provided
they do not hold certain other appointments.

Id. s. 20, p. 124.
adjutants appointed since the twenty-fourth day of December,

p. 124.

one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, entitled to
receive, after thirty years' service, &c. an allowance of

6s. per day. Id. s. 20,
right to half pay reserved. Id. s. 20, p. 125.
certain terms extended to adjutants in cases of long and

meritorious services. Id. s. 20, p. 125.
allowances to adjutants, surgeons, and quarter-masters.

Id. s. 21, p. 126.
right to half pay reserved. Id. s. 21, p.

126.
reduced adjutants to receive 4s. per day till the thirtieth day
of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty- two.

Id. s. 22, p. 126.
right to half pay reserved. Id. s. 22, p.

126.

p. 125.

MILITIA—continued.
adjutants and serjeant majors entitled to allowance under 39

& 40 G. 3, c. 44. Id. s. 23, p. 126.
reduced adjutants may take such allowance with any pay or
other allowance, under 39 & 40 G. 3, c. 44, and 26 G.

3, c. 107. Id. s. 24, p. 126.
proviso, Id. s. 24, p. 127.
restrictions as to allowances to reduced adjutants of the local

militia. Id. s. 25, p. 127.
allowances to clerks of general and subdivision meetings in

England. Id. s. 26. p. 127.
allowances to such officers and others in Scotland.

Id. s. 26, p. 128.
manner of granting allowances. Id. s. 27, p. 128.
clerks, &c. to make declaration of the justness of their

accounts. Id. s. 27, p. 128.
deputy lieutenants may require the attendance of any surgeon
residing near the place of meeting for appeals.

Id. s. 28, p. 129.
declaration to be made by surgeon. Id. s. 28, p.

129.
allowance to surgeon.

İd. s. 28, p. 129.
pay, &c. to be issued under directions of the secretary at war.

Id. s. 29, p. 129.
bills drawn for pay may be on unstamped paper.

Id. s. 30,

p.
no fee to be taken. Id. s. 31, p.

129.
expense of house for depositing arms and stores of the militia
in Ireland, to be defrayed by the county.

Id. s. 32, P.

129.
proviso as to amount of rent.

Id. s. 32,

p.

130.
provisions of this Act relating to counties shall extend to

ridings, stewartries, &c. Id. s. 33, p. 130.
continuance of Act. Id. s. 34, p. 130..
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.
An Act to render certain municipal corporations rateable to
the relief of the poor in certain cases.

4 & 5 Vict. c. 48, p.

102.
certain municipal corporations rated to the poor.

Id. s. 1, p. 103.
the said corporations to be deemed beneficial occupiers.

Id. s. 2.

103.
POOR. See Tit. MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.
PEERS OF PARLIAMENT. See Tit. FELONY.
POPULATION.
An Act to amend the Acts of last session, for taking account

of the population. 4 & 5 Vict. c. 7, p. 2.
census to be taken on the seventh of June, and following

days, instead of the first of July. Id. s. 1, p. 2.

129.

p

p. 3.

POPULATION- continued.
accounts to be verified in Scotland before the thirtieth day

of June. Id. s. 2, p. 2.
how
age

shall be reckoned. Id. s. 3, p. 2.
overseers, relieving officers, and peace officers, bound to act

as enumerators. Id. s. 4,
schedules

may be left at dwelling houses. Id. s. 5, p. 3.
occupiers to fill up the schedules, and sign and deliver them

when required. Id. s. 5, p. 3.
penalty for neglect. Id. s. 5, p. 4.
schedules to be collected from house to house, and corrected

if found to be erroneous. Id. s. 6, p. 4.
account of parliamentary burghs in Scotland, to be taken as

of royal burghs. Id. s. 7, p. 4.
80 much of first recited Act as authorizes the commis.
sioners to prepare a table of allowances, &c. to enu.

merators, repealed. Id. s. 8, p. 4.
Justices in sessions to allow compensation to enumerators, &c.
and to order payment thereof out of the poor rates.

Id. s. 9, p. 4.
sheriff deputes, &c. in Scotland to allow compensation to

schoolmasters and others. Id, s. 10, p. 5.
recited Acts to be construed with this Act. Id. s. 11, p. 5.
Act may be amended. Id. s. 12, p.

5.

SCHOOLS.
An Act to afford further facilities for the conveyance and

endowment of sites for schools. 4 & 5 Vict. c. 38, p. 72.
repeal of 6 & 7 W. 4, c. 70, but things done in pursuance
thereof, declared valid, and those commenced to be con.

tinued according to this Act. Id. s. 2, p. 73.
landlords empowered to convey lands to be used as sites for

schools, &c. Id. s. 2, p. 73.
chancellor and council of the Duchy of Lancaster, empowered
to grant lands to the trustees of any existing or intended

schools. Id. s. 3, p. 73.
if lands cease to be used for the purposes of the Act, they

shall revert. Id. s. 3, p. 74.
officers of the Duchy of Cornwall, empowered upon sufficient
authority, to grant lands to the trustees of any existing

or intended school. 1d. s. 4, p. 74.
if lands cease to be used for the purposes of the Act, they

shall revert. Id. s. 4, p. 74.
persons under disability, empowered to convey lands for the

purposes of this Act. Id. s. 5,
corporations, Justices, trustees, &c. empowered to convey

lands for the purposes of this Act. Id. s. 6, p. 75.
grants of lands may be made to corporations or trustees, to be
held by them for school purposes. Id. s. 7, p.

76.

p. 75.

Id. s. 9,

SCHOOLS-continued.
estates now vested in trustees for the purposes of education,
may be conveyed to the minister and church wardens.

Id. s. 8, p. 76..
any number of sites may be granted for separate schools.

p. 77.
forms of grants, &c. Id. s. 10, p. 77.
application of purchase money for land sold by any ecclesias-

tical corporation sole. Id. s. 11, p. 78.
application of purchase money for land sold in Scotland.

Id. s. 12, p. 78.
ecclesiastical corporations to procure a certificate as to the
extent of the lands conveyed. Id. s. 13, P.

78.
form of certificate. Id. s. 13, p. 78.
trustees empowered to sell or exchange lands or buildings.

Id. s. 14, p. 79.
all conveyances of land under 6 & 7 W. 4, c. 70, to be
deemed effectual for vesting the fee simple.

Id. s. 15, p. 79.
certain conveyances of lands, &c. for purposes of education

not enrolled as required by the 9 G. 2, c. 36, rendered
valid if enrolled within twelve months from the passing

of this Act. Id. s. 16, p. 80.
proviso for deeds avoided in any suit. Id. s. 16, p. 80.
no schoolmaster to acquire a life interest by virtue of his

appointment. Id. s. 17, p. 80,
Justices of the Peace or sheriffs to give possession of school-
rooms, &c, in case of the refusal of the master.

Id. s. 18, p. 80.
powers granted to the commissioners under 3 & 4 Vict. c.
60, for applying land to ecclesiastical purposes extended

to land granted by way of gift. Id. s. 19, p. 81.
definition of the term “ parish.'

Id. s. 20,
Act not to extend to Ireland.

Id. s. 21, p. 81.
Act not to affect 1 & 2 Vict. c. 87, or 3 & 4 Vict. c. 48.

Id. s. 22, p. 81.
SEWERS.
An Act to amend an Act passed in the third and fourth years

of the reign of His late Majesty King William the
Fourth, intituled “ An Act to amend the laws relating to

sewers.” 4 & 5 Vict. c. 46, p. 96.
court of sewers empowered to raise money by tax.

Id. s. 1, p. 96.
court of sewers may order the apportionment and collection

of the tax. Id. s.

2, p. 97.
general sewers' tax. and apportionment to be final if not

complained against at the next court. Id. $. 3, p. 97.
power to borrow and take up money at interest for general

purposes. Id. s. 4, p. 98.

p. 81.

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