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Whereas the Office of Secretary to the
Commissioners for administering the Laws
for Relief of the Poor in Ireland is unneces-
sary, and it is expedient that the same shoidd
be abolished : 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 :

§ 1. From and after the passing of this so maoh of
Act so much of an Act passed in the Tenth o.9o,«sto
and Eleventh Years of the Reign of Her pre- t^i^Si^^
sent Majesty, Chapter Ninety, as provides toPowLaw
that the Commissioners for administering the nonen
Laws for the ReHef of the Poor in Ireland ^^^^^
shall from Time to Time, subject to the •»»»^*»*>«^'
Approval of the Lord Lieutenant, appoint a
Secretary', shall be repealed ; and Uie said

» 10 A 11 vie. 0. 90, M (p- i^i)*

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216 Poor Relief, [Pabt I. 13.

*?y«L^3 OflSce of Secretary shall be abolished ; and aJl
or Acts 01 the said Commissioners or of any of
STCRmSv, them which shall be done in exercise of the
1856. Powers and Authorities given to them or any
Aou doM^ of them by the said recited Act, or by an Act
sioDoTwhere passed in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth
Sjilat^TO of Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty,
^^^^ Chapter Sixty-eight*, or by any other Act or
iiocc88»ry, Acts, and in reference to which the Counter-
signature of the said Secretary was required
before the passing of this Act, shall be valid
and of full Force and EflFect without such
Coun tersignature.



'i5 & 26 Vie. 25 & 26 Vict. Cap. 83.

0.83,

iRiBH^pooR ^^ ^^^ ^ amend the Laws in force for the
AMMDMKNT Relief of the destitute Poor in Ireland^
1862. and to continue the Powers of the Commis-

sioners.

[7th August, 1862.]



Whereas it is expedient to amend the Laws
in force for the Relief of the destitute Poor
in Ireland: Be it enacted by the Queens
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 :



CHARGEABILrrr ACCORIUNG TO RESIDENCE.

tn Ex^'''"^' 5 1- For the Purpose of charging the Ex-

ofWiK*' pense of Relief to any Electoral Division**,

» The Medical Charitiea Act (p. 199).

^ For previong proviaiona as to charging the expense of relief
see 1 A 2 Vic. c. 56, $ 44 (p. 82) ; 6 * 7 Vic c 92. $ 12 (p. 115);
10 Vic C31, $ll,12Cpp.l80,181); 12 & IS VIc C 104, § 1 (p. 175).

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PabtI. 13.] Mode of Charging Reluif. 217

every Perstm making Application for Relief* VSal^"'
after the passing of tnis Act shall be deemed ^**^**°***
to have been resident in such Electoral Divi- pumrBn
sion in which, during the period of Five^**^^*""
Years next before his Application for Relief, ^^
he shall have been longest usually resident, Bioetoni
whether by usually occupying any Tenement ^*'*'*^^
situate, or by usually sleeping, within such
District: Provided always, that where any
such Person shall not have occupied a Tene-
ment or slept within any such Electoral
Division for at least Two Years in the whole
during the said Period of Five Years, the
Expense of the Relief of such Person shall in
socn Case be borne by and charged a^inst
the whole Union in which he or she is re-
lieved: Provided also, that where anv Person
chargeable to any Electoral Division shall have
received Relief, and shall cease to be relieved,
and shall thereafter within the Period of
Twelve Months again begin to receive Relief,
such last-mentioned Reliefshall be chargeable
on the Electoral Division to which such Per-
son was in the first instance chargeable :
Provided also, that the Cost for the Relief of
destitute Poor who shall not have resided in
the Union where such Relief is given for the
last Five Years next previous to receiving
such Relief shall be charged and chargeable
according to the Provisions of an Act passed
in the Tenth Year of Her present Majesty, in-
tituled An Act to TiiaJce further Provision
for the R&Uefof the destitute Poor in Ireland^ :
Provided also, that in estimating the Time of
Residence in the Union or Electoral Division,
Residence in the Workhouse shall be con-
sidered to be Residence in the Union, and
also in the Electoral Division, if there be any
such to which the Pauper during such Resi-

ftlO Vta^c a, S 13 (p. 181).

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Amkndmknt
Act,
186S.



218 Relief to Occupiers of Land. [Pakt I. 13.

^^^IW*^' ^^i^ce shall be chargeable, but shall not be con-
iiusH piwm sidered to be Residence in the Electoral Divi-
FuRTHKB sion in which the Workhouse is situate unless
the Pauper be chargeable to such Division.

RELIEF TO OCCUPIERS OF LAND.

lovi^^'ai ^* '^^ whereas by an Act passed in the

r«pMi^ ' Tenth Year of the Reign of Her Majesty,
Chapter Thirty-one, Section Ten*, it is pro-
vided that no Person who shall be in the
Occupation of any Land of greater Extent
than the Quarter of a Statute Acre shall be
deemed and taken to be a destitute poor Per-
son under the Provisions of an Act passed in
the Second Year of the Reign of Her Majesty,
Chapter Fifty-six, for the more effectual
Relief of the destitute Poor in Ireland, or of
the Acts amending the same : And whereas
it is expedient that the said Provision of the
said Act should be repealed as far as relates
to Relief within the Workhouse : Therefore,
from and after the passing of this Act, the
Tenth Section of the said Act passed in the
Tenth Year of the Reign of Her Majesty,
Chapter Thirty-one, shaU be and the same iS
hereby repealed : Provided always, that any
Person who shall be in Occupation of any
Land of greater Extent than a Quarter of a
Statute Acre, and who shall be considered by
the Board of Guardians to require Relief, shall
be relieved by them in the Workhouse, and
not otherwise.

HOSPriAL RELIEF.

otlSulL 3- "^^ whereas the Guardians of the

to admit Poor of Unions in Ireland are empowered to
fl^iiriH^"* admit into any Building provided by them
s!S^fid for a Fever Hospital, or into any Part of the
into Ho^i- Workhouse appropriated by them, with the
Consent of the Commissioners to that Pur-

« 10 Vio. 0. SI, f 10 (p. 129)^

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Past L 13.] Relief in HospUal. 219

pose, poor Persons affected with Fever or '• * ^3^"*
other dangerous conta^ous Disease% and it irum Poom
is expedient to extend such Power : Be it fu!^bb
enacted. That it shall be lawful for such ^""J^"^
Guardians to admit into the Infirmary of Jwal
the Workhouse any poor Persons requiring
Medical or Surgical Aid in Hospital, and to
provide for their Treatment and Maintenance
therein, charging the Expense thereof on the
Electoral Division or Union at large, as the
case may be, according to such Person's
Chargeability by Residence imder the Laws
which are or shall be in force for the Relief
of the destitute Poor in Ireland : Provided
that no Person admitted to the Workhouse
for Medical or Surgical Treatment in Hospital
shall be required by the Guardians to be
accompanied by any Member of his or her
Family as a Condition of such Person's Ad-
mission into the Workhouse.

4. Every poor Person who shall be so Poor pwmm
admitted into the Infirmary of the Work- AMmylS* *
house in pursuance of the Authority in that ?S[t^fh«ir
Behalf which is herein-before given, and .M*intenano«
every poor Person who shall hereafter bei"pMt*^* '
admitted into any Building provided by the JJ^SftS'to
Guardians of any Union for a Fever Hospital, ' ^^^»
or into any Part of the Workhouse appro- p»y 1
priated as a Fever Hospital, who shall never-
theless be considered by the Guardians to be
of sufficient Ability to pay the Cost of his or
her Maintenance while in Hospital, or some
Portion of such Cost, shall be required to
repay such Proportion thereof as the Guardians
shall determine : Provided that such Propor-
tion shall in no Case exceed the Average of
the general Cost of Maintenance, Medical and
Surgical Treatment in such Hospital or In-
firmary ; and all such Sums shall oe recover-

• e a» 7 vie c. 93, § 16 (p. 117).

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220 Constabulary Patients, [Part I. 13-

***^J3^'*^ able from such poor Persons, or from those
Irish poob liable by Law to maintain them, by the same
PoROTE Ways and Means as the Cost of Relief given
^"'Iot "'''^ by way of Loan is recoverable under the Acta
i86a! in force for the Relief of the destitute Poor in
Ireland*'; and all such Sums, or any Part
thereof which shall be recovered, shall be
lodged with the Treasurer of the Union, to
the Credit of the Electoral Division charge-
able for the Maintenance of such poor Person,
or to the Credit of the Union, as the case may
be: Provided also, that for the Purpose of
the Recovery of the Cost of Maintenance aa
aforesaid, every Master or Mistress shall be
deemed liable to maintain his or her Domestic
Servant so long as the Service shall continue,
and also his or her Apprentice residing under
his or her Roof.
^•«» 5. On the Requisition of any Inspector

ofSoMu^ or Sub-Inspector of Constabulary, or Head
rittSto. Constable in charge of a Station, it shall be
lawftd for the Board of Guardians to admit
into the Workhouse Infirmaiy or Fever Hos-
pital any Constable or Sub-Constable of the
said Force, on Service within the Union, who
shall be suffering from Fever or other Disease
or bodily Injury requiring Treatment in
Hospital ; and every such Constable or Sub-
Constable shall contribute the full average
Cost of daily Maintenance and Establishment
Charges, Medical and Surgical Treatment in
such Hospital for the whole Term of his Con-
tinuance therein ; and the Amount of such *
Cost may be recovered by the Guardians of
the Union by the same Ways and Means as
the Cost of Relief given by way of Loan is
recoverable under the Acts in force for the
Relief of the destitute Poor in Ireland\

* See 1 & a Vic o. S6, § 6& (p. 40), which provides that th«
eo8t of relief given by way of loan shall be recoverable *' bj
such and the same actions and proceedings as money lent.**

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TiBT L 13.] Pay FatienU not Dirfranchi$ed. 221

6. Every poor Person admitted into the ** * %^^
Fever Hospital or Infirmary of a Workhouse i*wb poo»
ixrho shall on Admission claim to repay the Pcmr7n
entire Cost of his or her Maintenance therein, ^^^^^^
according to the full average Cost tliereof, as ^^g>-
herein-before stated, and every poor Person poot p«-
admitted into such Fever Hospital or Infir- SJ*t?w
mary on whose Behalf the Person liable by m^.jJ^JJ^
Law to maintain such poor Person shall claim nottobadii-
to repay the entire Cost of such Maintenance ^~**'**^~*'
therein as aforesaid, and every Constable or
Sub-Constable so admitted, shall be entered

in a separate Register from that in which the
otiier Persons admitted into the Workhouse
are registered; and the Person so relieved
and the Person so claiming shall not, after
Payment of the said Charges of Maintenance,
be subject to any Disfranchisement or Dis-
ability as Persons having received Relief
from the Poor Rates' ; and such Register shall
at all reasonable Times be open for the
Inspection of those Persons who shall desire
to examine or take Extracts from it, without
any Charge for such Inspection or Extracts ;
and a Copy of such Register, or of any Part
of it, signed by the Clerk of the Union, and
under the Seal of the Board of Guardians,
shall be legal Evidence of the Facts stated in
such Copy in any Court of Record, without
Proof of the Signature of the Clerk, or of the
afiBxing of such Seal.

7. It shall be lawful for the Guardians oiurdiaM
of any Union in Cases requiring special Treat- him*'!Sl>f
ment to send any Inmate or Inmates of the JJ^S^'***JJJ
Workhouse of such Union requiring Medical or innmiafy.
or Surgical Treatment to any Hospital or
Infirmary, the Governor, Governors, or Man-

• Under the Parliamentaiy Voters Act, 1850, 18 h 14 Vio. o.
<», f 111, and Uie Jitmldpal Corporatlona Act, 1840, 3 A 4 Vio.
«. 108, 9 33.

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222 Hospital Rdirf. [Pabt I. 13.

** * ^aj'*^' agers of which shall be willing and able ta
i»i6H PooB receive such Inmate or Inmates, and to pay ta
puBTHKR the Governor, Governors, or Managers of such
AM«DM.HT Hospital or Infirmary, out of the Rates of
^- the Union or Electoral Division, as the Case
may be, the Cost of the Maintenance and
Treatment in such Hospital or Infirmary of
the Persons so sent as aforesaid ; and the
Guardians may also pay out of the Rates of
the Union the Cost of tne Conveyance of such
Persons from the Workhouse of the Union ta
such Hospital or Infirmary, and also the Cost
of the Conveyance of such Persons, when
discharged from such Hospital or Infirmary,
to the said Workhouse ; and the entire Cost
of such Maintenance, Treatment, and Convey-
ance as aforesaid shall be deemed Part of the
Cost of Maintenance and Treatment of such
Inmate or Inmates in the Workhouse of such
Union'.

aRPHANS AND DESERTED CHILDREN.

oojrdiMii 8. Every Child under the Age of Fifteen

same Aa- Ycaxs, without a Parent, relieved in a Work-

plS3ito*iIi house, shall be subject to the Authority of

chUdiSL ^^® Board of Guardians in the same Manner

nudw 15 as such Child would be subject to the Au-

AjSTaJieTod thority of its Parents or Parent if living to-

VmL gether with such Parents or Parent, excepting

as regards the Religious Denomination of such

Child, and no such Child shall be discharged

from the Workhouse otherwise than by the

Order of the Board of Guardians ; but nothing

herein shall authorize the Detention of any

Child without a Parent, if any Relative of

such Child, who in the Opinion of the Board

of Guardians shall be a fit Person to be in-



» Thia is an eztenslon of the power alreadj giren in regard
to fever patients bj the 16th section of the < & 7 Vio. o. 9t
(p. 117).



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1. 13.] Rdirfto Orphans, <kc. 22S

with such Child, and of sufficient ** **^^^*-
itj to maintain such Child, shall claim its !»»" poo»
[ Discharge from the Workhouse for the Purpose purth«»
' «f ita being maintained out of the Workhouse '^™SJ™"'
«*lierwise than at theCharge of thePoor Bates. ^'

*/ • iMinM fV Ul^^ltU TV TlWBr T7WR xTTvCIW TSTCRC TTlO JMMIW Ml

MortnKty ammg 4^mt Children adrnkteetSS^I'S'"'
VVorkhouoco without Aeip Mothoro i»c'^<'™»-

mToriib eafies OFe Ae% well ouitcd m all eases
^e eese aad nurture ef suek Children

«9e Opphon s y OF wbe have boon deoortod b^

^WW^^WF M, UI^^AIlkJ • ^^F^ XV ^UUWvCdT TmCCC TT CTXvCIT wv

^^■X^ ^^t ^^^v lAf^j-vly K«^^»'»r»r-k «f *-l%.rt^T ctV> rk 11 4- i % ■«•■«> I r- 444-

^#**B ^y» V^X^7 ff V UlUUVUU^f TT Tn^?^ OTTTtH VclTXHT Tit

^^^ ^^^ fi^^_ A^XX »-v I o .< %» »^ <■<> f»'»i^'»r^ i l^'«l^ ^^«-i4- r»^ ^. ^-.^Miy^

^^y ci^ unj^ 1^ f viwxxnr uuvjix ^Txnrcr ^uu m? "r^n^j^w

• ooofding %e thoir Disororion ; provided tbc^
^Fbe 4ees «ie^ profooo ^e same Religion b»

^Bm** JU& jsj^^^^^^k ^X^A X_-n^liX AAA ^^CMMA XAfllUll^kBAA *

Pfovidod iba( Be Child shali oontinuo le be

V ^^.^t— ■•■t»-«1 *-lt .«-w f hi Irl *t»»<ti»t ♦Vx-w A fffv £t£ I« « ^T»lt»

^^r^uVKT x^DT^z xn^7 ^^rmiu wx^rut m v^ ttc^ \^i iStstxv

^^^^SVS^vW ULAWAIU UJ.V ^^ lAmJUAMfclHJ ^\/UiJIlAV/> l<tllAC
^■■■.oi* ^^£^Anj21^UA <^X " ■■■»*^ j^^^tm T? ^If .<^* AA AA£MkfifiABBC

feF Ibe Prooorvation ef the Child's Health .

A <^ —>I% .!->■■. flrk^-V. «<lt»tll IjAaZA A^^^A »^>t «t jJ./-k It. ^^firx ■«..«•>
^S^WV ^^IWSTX ^yCBCTT ORtXXx TSC^T^ LF^VJIJ lllUm^ ICTCT^T^ tQ rOOOTOf

BB]^ 4^we Juotiooo ef the Poaoo m i^e^^'*^''^

* Tbb lectioii if repealed bj the 39 A 88 Vic. c. 36 (p. 344),
wkleh authorizes the Guardians to place children out at nurse
«p to ^e age of ten years.

k This section is repealed and other prorisions made in lieu
thSMf bf the 36 Vie. e. 31 (p. 384).

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224 Religious Education of Children, [Pabp I. 13



"'^ImT"^' Sessiefts (whioh OaA %be eai4 Juotioog
^■w^PooB i^eFeby etft poworod te administ e r ) fey *fe«
PuRTHSR Mti^fa^F ef h^ ill e gitimat e Child y a»4 ^fee fiaflie

Am«wdmbmt oU.^11 ky^jrA V>y^^n au.nTAA3B±£ui hkx t, a^ scaIim^P-^VV^

X^ t XUV.1JC\^^ >T \StTC-TT 13T7 lulf? I Ul 1 UI TH^ ^C^^^AUJi**

MaratenuiM ef GuardiaiiG to ¥eee¥eF from ^e putative
^toChiid. Fath ^ tbe ^est ef 4)e - Maintcnanoo ef 6oeb

ten in Poor- ilLAodlim.ti±A ^V>»1.>1 Aaxox^ix ♦^-^ H'rixtA tlmf Js^ aa

iMHIflAB Biuler *•■*>- C|*IA**'"T^ VJlJUCr U U 1 IX J if lU^ Tl IIXJU LUUl TS^ ^^

!*• ift rceeipt ef -Relief fre» %^ e Poor J tatoo^ a»d

wtile wider ^e -Age ef Fourteen ; a«4 soeb

Bb«ll fee feeeveF. fele fey Prooooo » rfie -N^ieae

v^^a. k^\,kJOIlo/XJL* TTvFTTT TXXx7 ^^^CTOwIT II c ^7 DXTVCTT UUt V ^

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OF CHILDREN.

bIimous ^ ^ • ^^ whereas by the Act of the Second

Bdu«tH*n Year of the Reign of Her Majesty, intituled
tbeReiigton Au Act foT the move effectual Relief of the
pJ^iM destitute Poor in Ireland, it is provided, that
no Order of the Commissioners nor any Bye-
law shall authorize the Education of any duld
in a Workhouse in any Relirious Creed oth»
than that professed by the Parents or Parent
of the Child, and to which such Parents or
Parent shall object, and in the Case of an
Orphan to which the Guardian or Guardians,
Godfather or Godmother, shall object*; but
no such Provision is made for the Case of a
Child not being an Orphan, the Religion of
whose Parents or Parent is unknown : Be it
enacted, That in every such last-mentioned
Case the Guardian or Guardians, Godfather or
Godmother of the Child, shall have the like
Power to object as the Parents or Parent of a
Child would have if living, or as the Guardian
or Guardians, Godfather or Godmother, would
have in the Case of an Orphan.

* 1 & S Vio.0. 66, S 49 (p. 36).

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Pabt I. 13,] Bating Unoccupied Building*. 225

S6 4 96VIC.

bating: unoccupied buildings. «. sa.

Irish Poor

12. And whereas Doubts have existed as fdrtokr
to the Liability of unoccupied Buildings to be ^""J^""
nted in the Rates for the Relief of the Poor, im*.
and it is expedient to remove such Doubts: a. to
Be it enacted, That from and after the passing ^^^ ^
of this Act the Guardians shall, in making BuUdingR
every Rate for the Relief of the destitute Poor,
specify on the Face thereof the Period for the
Sw^ce of which the Rate is estimated to pro-
vide, and that when any Building liable to
Assessment under the Provisions of the Acts
fiir the Relief of the destitute Poor in Ireland
is unoccupied at the Time of making any such
Bate on the Electoral Division in which such
Building shall be situate, the Board of Guar-
dians shall in every such Case include such
Building in the said Rate, describing it in the
Oohrnin appropriated to the Name of the
Occupier or Immediate Lessor, as the case
may be, as " empty," and such Building shall
be deemed to be rated to the Relief of the
Poor as fully and efiectually as if it had been
oocupied at the Time of the Rate made, and
the Name of the Occupier or Immediate Lessor
inserted in the said Kate : Provided always,
that if such Building shall continue to be un-
occupied during the whole of the Period for
whieti the Rate was estimated as aforesaid, the
Rate so made on the said Building shall not
be recoverable ; provided also, that if after the
wMLlting of the said Rate, and before the Ex-
piration of the Period for which the Rate was
80 estimated as aforesaid, any Person or Per-
sons shall occupy such Building for any Por-
tkm of such Period, the Board of Gus^ians
AbH be entitled to recover from the Occupier
er tiie Lnmediate Lessor, if he be liable to pay
Ibe same, a Portion only of the said Rate pro-

l3

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226



Appointment of Collectors. [Part I. IS.



Act,
1863.



CovatjOMi

Oollaeton
BOttob«
•B titled to
odleet Poor
Bates tn
praforoDOO

tOOthOT

Potmu.
1 A 2 Vie.



" t M ^' * portioned to the Time during which the said
iBttH PcoR Building shall have been so occupied ; and the
vvvmoi same shall be recovered from the Occupier or
amjcndmcmt Immediate Lessor, as the case may be, in the
same Manner as if he had been originally rated
for such Building, or, in default of Payment
by such Occupier, from the subsequent Occu-
pier of the Premises.

COLLECTION OF RATES.

13. From and after the passing of this
Act, so much of the Act passed in we First
and Second Years of Her Maiesty, intituled
An Act for the mai^e effectual Relief of the
destitute Poor in Ireland, as provides that
every Rate made on each Electoral Division
shall and may, if any Collector for the Time
authorized to collect the County Cess on any
Part of such Electoral Division shall be ap-
proved of by the Commissioners, and shall
give Security to the Satisfaction of the Com-
missioners, and shall accept such Salary or
Allowance a^ shall be approved by the Com-
missioners for his Trouble in that Behalf, be
levied by such Collector, who shall, so far as
relates to the Collection of such Rate, be
deemed a paid Officer of the Union within
which such Electoral Division shall be situate^
shall be and the same is hereby repealed ; and
from and after the passing of this Act it shall
and may be lawful for the Guardians of any
Union, subject to the Approval of the Commis-
sioners, to appoint from Time to Time such
and so many Persons as they may deem ex-
pedient to collect and levy the Rates so made
on the several Electoral Divisions.

14. Nothing herein-before contained re-
gardiujK the rating of Premises or the Collec-
tion of Rates sh^ apply to Premises situate

» lit 3 Vic. 0. 66, S 78 (p. 53).



Not to affoot
Digtiiot
oomprlied in
Dablin
Bates Aet.
IS & 1 1 Vie.
«.9I.



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I. 13.] Claims to Vote. 227

: witMn the District for the CoUection of Poor « * ^7'^-
Sfttes as defined by the Act passed in the iwwiPoom
Session held in the Twelfth and Thirteenth furtur
Teais of the Reign of Her Majesty, intituled ^"^'l""
Jin Act to provide for the CoUection of Rates ^
%» the City of DiMin\

KLECTION OF GUARDIANS — ^VOTING.

15. No Ratepayer shall be entitled toj^^gj*^
▼ote in the Election of Guardians, either in payento
Person or by Proxy, in respect of any Property EILion oT
not in his actual Occupation, or to give any {^^i^t'Jf
Vote in addition to the Vote or Votes to which j^«*» ^•y
he would be entitled as an Occupier paying roteTud of
Bent equal to the net annual Value of the^ui^i
Property in his actual Occupation^, unless he
or nis Proxy shall. One Month at the least
pfevious to the Day on which he shall claim
to Yote, have given to the Guardians, or to
some Person acting as Returning Officer, a
Statement in Writing of the Name and Ad-
dress of such Ratepayer, and the Description
and local Situation of the Property in respect
of which he claims to vote, specifying, in
Cities, Towns, and their Suburbs having
Stroets and other Roadways, the Name of
the Street or Roadway, and the Number of
the House or Tenement, if any, and the Parish
in which the Property is situate, and in other
Places the Barony, Parish, and Townland, so
that the Property may be ascertained and
identified with reasonable Certainty, together
with the Nature of the Interest of the Rate-
payer therein, and its net annual Value over
and above all Rents payable by him, and the
Amount of Rent payable to him, and the
Names of the Tenants or Occupiers by whom
Poor Rates have been deducted firom such
Sent; and no such Proxy shall be entitled to



* See extrMU from the Aei in Part IL <p. 819).
^ Uader IAS Vie. e. 64, i 81 (p. 68).



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228



Lessors, Right to Vote. [Pabt I. 13.



Sfi»S6 Vie.

Irish Poor

Law

Pdrthrr

AMRWDMBlfT

Act,
1861.



Limitation
•f Propertf
1 Proxf



OwRonor
Imroediftto



nted under
•eei. 1 and 4
of6*7 Vic

lec. 63 of
IS & 13 Vic
a 91, and
twt lOof
18 * 13 Vie.
a 104, may
rote as
Ooovpien.



claim to vote irnless such Proxy shaU have
given to the Guardians, or some Person acting^
as Returning Officer, One Month at the least
previous to the Day on which he shall claim
to vote, the Original or an attested Copy of
the Writing appjiuting such Proxy; and
every such Claim to vote, whether by the



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