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Places of Religious Worship Registratim. certified or last certified the same (as the Case may be), or the the Purposes Trustee or One of the Trustees for the Time being of such Place for which it was of Meeting, or the Owner or Occupier or One of the Owners or

certified. Occupiers thereof, shall, if then resident within the Superintendent Registrar's District within which such Place shall be situate, forthwith give Notice to the Registrar General through such Superin terdent Registrar that such Place has so ceased to be used as a Place of Meeting for Religious Worship, such Notice to be in a Form in accordance with the Schedule B. to this Act, or to the like Effect, and which Form shall be provided by the said Registrar General, and may be obtained (without Paynient) upon Application to the said Superintendent Registrar; and the Person giving such Notice shall sign the same in the Presence of such Superintendent Registrar or of his Deputy, who shall forth with transmit the same through the General Post to the Registrar General at the General Register Office.

VII. The said Registrar General shall, in the Year One thou- List of certified sand eight hundred and fifty-six, and also at such subsequent Places to be Periods as One of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State printed. shall from Time to Time in that Behalf order or direct, make out and cause to be printed a List of all Places of Meeting which have been certified to and recorded by him under the said Act of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Years of Her Majesty, Chapter Thirty-six, or this Act, and the Record of which has not been cancelled as herein-after provided, and shall state in such List the County and Superintendent Registrar's District within which each of such Places of Meeting is situated, and the Religious Denomination to which the Persons for the Time being certifying it belong, and shall cause a Copy cf such List to be sent to every Superintendent Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in England, and such List shall be open at all reasonable Times to all Persons desirous of inspecting the same on Payment to such Superintendent Registrar of a Fee of One Shilling.

VIII. Whenever it shall appear to the Satisfaction of the said Direction to the Registrar General, from any Notice which shall have been given Registrar Geneto him as aforesaid or otherwise that any certified Place of Meet- ral to cancel Reing for Religious Worship has wholly ceased to be used as such, ficates of Places the said Registrar General shall cause the Record of such Certifi- of Worship cation to be cancelled, and shall give public Notice of the Cancel- ceasing to be lation thereof by Advertisement in some Newspaper circulating used as such. within the District in which such Place of Meeting is situated, and in the London Gazette, and shall also expunge the Name of such Place from the List of certified Places so to be printed by him as aforesaid ; and after such Cancellation and Publication thereof as aforesaid such Place shall cease to be deemed duly certified as by Law required, and shall so remain until it shall have been duly certified afresh under this Act.

IX. Every Place of Meeting for Religious Worship certified to Certified Places the said Registrar General under the said Act of the Fifteenth and exempted from Sixteenth Years of Her Majesty, Chapter Thirty-six, or this Act, the Operation and recorded by him as aforesaid, so long as the same continues to ritable Trusts

he Act, 1853."

Places of Religious Worship Registration. be bona fide used as a Place of Religious Worship, and the Record of the Certification thereof has not been cancelled as herein-before is provided, shall be wholly freed and exempted from the Operation of an Act passed in the Session holden in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Years of Her Majesty, Chapter One hundred and thirty-seven, intituled “ The Charitable Trusts Act, 1853,” and shall not be subject or liable to any of the Provisions of the same Act, save that the exempted Charities may avail themselves of the Sixty-third and Sixty-fourth Sections of the said Act, if they

shall think fit. Nothing to af- X. Nothing in this Act shall affect or be construed to affect the fect Churches, Churches or Chapels of the United Church of England and &c. of Esta

Ireland, or the Celebration of Divine Service according to the blished Church. Rites and Ceremonies of the said United Church by Ministers of

such Church, in any Place hitherto used for such Purpose, or being now or hereafter duly consecrated or licensed by any Archbishop or Bishop or other Person lawfully authorized to consecrate

or license the same. Certificate of XI. The Registrar General, on Payment to him of a Fee of Two Place having Shillings and Sixpence, shall, with respect to any Place certified been certified to be given.

to him as a Place of Meeting for Religious Worship, the Record whereof remains uncancelled, give to any Person demanding the same a Certificate, sealed or stamped with the Seal of the General Register Office, that at the Time or respective Times in such Certificate in that Behalf stated the Place therein described was duly certified and duly recorded as required by this Act, and that at the Date of such sealed or stamped Certificate the Record of such Certification remained uncancelled ; and every such sealed or stamped Certificate, if tendered in Evidence upon any Trial or other judicial Proceeding in any Civil or Criminal Court, shall be received as Evidence of the said several Facts therein mentioned,

without any further or other Proof of the same. Sums received XII. Ali Sums to be received by or on account of the Registrar by Registrar General in pursuance of this Act shall be accounted for and paid General to be

in manner directed by the said Act of the Seventh Year of King accounted for,

William the Fourth, for registering Births, Deaths, and Marriages and Expenses defrayed as

in England,” with respect to Sums received by him or on his other Expenses Account under the Provisions of that Act ; and all Expenses inof General curred by the said Registrar General, or by any Superintendent Register Office. Registrar, or Registrar, with his Sanction, and acting under his

Direction or Authority, in carrying this Act into execution and making known its Provisions, shall be deemed to have been incurred in carrying on the Business of the General Register Office,

and be defrayed accordingly. To remove XIII. Notwithstanding the Provisions of this or any other Act, Doubts as to

all Marriages which heretofore have been had or solemnized in any Validity of Marriage.

Building which has been registered for the Solemnization of
Marriages pursuant to the Provisions of an Act passed in the
Sixth and Seventh Years of His late Majesty King William the
Fourth, Chapter Eighty-five, but which may not have been certified
as required by the Provisions of this or any other Act, shall be as

Places of Religious Worship Registration. valid in all respects as if such Place of Worship had been so certified.

XIV. This Act shall not extend to Scotland or Ireland.

Extent of Act.

in dence, and

was not so used

SCHEDULES referred to in the foregoing Act.
SCHEDULE A.

Directions for filTo the Registrar General of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in

ling up this Sche

dule. England.

(a) Here insert I the undersigned (a)

of

the Name, Resi. the County of

do hereby, under and by virtue County in which of an Act passed in the

Year of Her Majesty the Rank or ProQueen Victoria, intituled “ An Act to amend the Law concerning Party certifying. “ the certifying and registering of Places of Religious Worship (6) If the Place " in England," certify that a certain Building known by the Name

before 30th June of situated at

in the County of 1852, expunge within the Superintendent Registrar's District of

lowing Line. (was used (6) as a Place of Meeting for Religious Worship in have not been before the 30th Day of June 1852 and) is intended to be used as previously used heretofore, (c) and will accordingly be forthwith used as a Place of Ship, erase the Meeting for Religious Worship by a Congregation or Assembly of Words," as here

tofore." Persons calling themselves (d)

(d) Here insert

Protestant Dissenters," " Independents," " Particular Baptists,". "Wesleyan Methodists," Roman Catholics," "Jews,” or other Religious Denomination of, or Religious Appellation adopted by the Persons on whose Behalf the Building is certified; but if those Persons decline to describe themselves by any distinctive Appellation erase the Words "calling themselves," and insert "who object to be designated by any distinctive Religious Appel

lation."
and I request that this Certificate may be recorded in the General
Register Office, pursuant to the said Act. Dated this
Day of

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(Signature of the Party certifying.)

(e) Insert on this

Line immediately (e)

under the Signaof the Place of Meeting above described. ture the Word

“Minister,"

Proprietor,"

Trustée," "OcSCHEDULE B.

cupier,"

tendant," or such To the Registrar General of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in

other Words as

will clearly show England.

the Connexion

subsisting beI, the undersigned of

in the County of

tween the Person

certifying and being the Person or One of the Persons who certified or last certi- the Place of fied (or being "the Trustee,” or “ One of the Trustees,” or the Meeting. “ Owner," or " Occupier,” or “One of the Owners or Occupiers” (as the Case may be), of ] a certain Building known by the Name of

(or a certain Dwelling House, 8c. (as the Case may be)] situate at

in the County of within the Superintendent Registrar's District of [and being now resident within the same District], do hereby declare and give you Notice, in pursuance of an Act passed in

the

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Places of Religious Worship Registration.

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the

Year of Her present Majesty, Chapter that the aforesaid Building Cor Dwelling House, &c.] which was Day of

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recorded by you as a Place of Meeting for Religious Worship by a Congregation or Assembly of Persons calling themselves

[or by a Congregation or Assembly of Roman Catholics, or of Persons belonging to the Society of Friends, or of Persons professing the Jewish Religion (as the Case may be)], has wholly ceased to be used as a Place for public Religious Worship. Witness my Hand, this

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CAP. LXXXII.
An Act to abolish certain Payments charged on the Consoli-

dated Fund in favour of the Provost and Fellows of Trinity
College, Dublin, and of certain Professors in the said
College; and to repeal the Stamp Duties payable on
Matriculations and Degrees in the University of Dublin.

[14th August 1855.] : WHI

HEREAS by an Act passed in the Forty-first Year of His

late Majesty King George the Third, Chapter Thirty-two, " " for granting to His Majesty several Sums of Money for de

fraying the Charge of certain permanent Services in that Part • " of the United Kingdom called Ireland,it was enacted, that ' it should be lawful for the Lord High Treasurer and Under • Treasurer of the Exchequer or the Commissioners of His

Majesty's Treasury of that Part of the United Kingdom called Ireland, then or for the Time being, or any Three or more of • them, by Warrant under their Hands, to order and direct that

any Sum or Sums of Money not exceeding in One Year the · Sums therein-after mentioned should be paid for the Purposes

therein-after expressed ; among which Sums were the following ; o

that is to say, "to the Provost and Fellows of Trinity College, Dublin, 3581. 16s. 11d. English Currency,” “ to the said Provost • and Fellows, for the Professor of the French and German Languages

" in the said College, 921. 6s. 2d. like Currency ;” and “to the 6 " said Provost and Fellows, for the Professor of the Spanish and Italian Languages in the said College, 921. 6s. 2d. like Cur

rency;" which several Sums are also by the said Act made payable out of and are charged on the Consolidated Fund of Ireland, and are now charged on the Consolidated Fund of the • United Kingdom : Be it enacted by 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 same, as follows: Certain Pay. I. That all the said Sums of Money by the said Act made ments to cease. payable to the said Provost and Fellows of Trinity College, Dublin,

shall from and after the passing of this Act cease to be payable. Stamp Duties II. All Stamp Duties payable under the Act of the Session on Matricula- holden in the Fifth and Sixth Years of Her Majesty, Chapter tion and on

Eighty-two, and the Act of the Fifty-fifth Year of King George Admission to

the

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Trinity College (Dublin). the Third, Chapter One hundred and eighty-four, or under any Degrees in other Act of Parliament, on the Admission or Matriculation of Dublin Univer any Person in the University of Dublin, and on the Admission of sity repealed. any Person to any Degree in the said University (whether con. ferred in the ordinary Course of the University or otherwise), or for the Registry or Entry, Testimonial or Certificate, of any such Admission, shall from and after the passing of this Act likewise cease to be payable.

CA P. LXXXIII.
An Act to continue certain Acts for regulating Turnpike
Roads in Ireland.

[14th August 1855.]
HEREAS certain Acts for making, amending, and repair-

ing the Turnpike Roads in Ireland were, by an Act passed in the Session of Parliament holden in the Fourth and Fifth Years 4 & 5 Vict. c. 6. of the Reign of Iler present Majesty, amended and continued for a Time therein limited : And whereas the said Acts were fur

ther continued from Time to Time, save as especially excepted : . And whereas, under the Provisions of an Act of the last Session

of Parliament, the said Acts, save as therein excepted, are 17 & 18 Viet. • further continued and will remain in force until the Thirty-first c. 42. · Day of July in the present Year, or, if Parliament bé then • sitting, until the End of the then Session of Parliament: And ' whereas it is expedient that the several Acts for making, amend

ing, or repairing Turnpike Roads in Ireland should be further

continued : Be it therefore enacted by 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 same, as follows :

I. Any Act for making, amending, or repairing any Turnpike Acts for makRoad or Roads in Ireland which will expire on the said Thirty- ing Turnpike first Day of July in the present Year, or at or before the End of Roads in Irethe present Session of Parliament, or before the Thirty-first Day land which will of July One thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, shall be and the expire before same is hereby continued, as amended by the said recited Act of continued, save the Fourth and Fifth Years of Iler Majesty's Reign, until the those in Sche Thirty-first Day of July One thousand eight hundred and fifty- dule. six, or if Parliament be then sitting until the End of the then Session of Parliament, save the several Acts for repairing, making, or amending the Turnpike Trust Roads comprised in the Dublin and other Roads Turnpikes Abolition Act, 1855," and specified in the Schedule to this Act annexed.

II. The several Acts for making, repairing, and amending the Certain Acts in several Turnpike Trust Roads comprised in the said “ Dublin and Schedule conother Roads Turnpikes Abolition Act, 1855," and specified in the tinued to 5th

Jan. 1856. Schedule to this Act annexed, shall be and the same are hereby respectively continued until the Fifth Day of January One thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.

III. Nothing herein contained shall prevent the Operation of Nothing to prethe said Dublin and other Roads Turnpikes Abolition Act, vent Operation 18 & 19 Vict. Y

1855,"

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