The Magistrates' Manual; Being Annotations of the Various Acts Relating to the Rights, Powers, and Duties of Justices of the Peace with a Summary of the Criminal Law

The Magistrates' Manual; Being Annotations of the Various Acts Relating to the Rights, Powers, and Duties of Justices of the Peace with a Summary of the Criminal Law

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1878 edition. Excerpt: ...in Council, towards the keeping in repair of the Court House in such district, or to be by him added to the moneys or fees collected by him, for the erection of a Court House or Gaol in such district, so long as such fees are collected to defray the cost of such erection, and if it was imposed in the Province of Nova Scotia it shall be paid over to the County Treasurer, for County purposes, and if it was imposed in the Province of New Brunswick, it shall be paid over to the County Treasurer, for County purposes. See as to Prince Edward Island, 40 Vic., chap. 4, s. 8. 27. The amount of expenses of attending before the Justices and the compensation for trouble and loss of time therein, and the allowances to the Constables and other Peace Officers for the apprehension and detection of the offender, and the allowances to be paid to the prosecutor, witnesses, and constables for attending at the trial or examination of the offender, shall be ascertained by and certified under the hands of such Justices, but the amount of the costs, charges and expenses attending any such prosecution, to be allowed and paid as aforesaid, shall not in any one case exceed the sum of eight dollars. 28. Every such order of payment to any prosecutor or other person, after the amount thereof has been certified by the proper Justices of the Peace as aforesaid, shall be forthwith made out and delivered by the said Justices or one of them, or by the Clerk of the Recorder's Court, Clerk of the County Court or Clerk of the Peace, as the case may be, unto such pro-si cutor or other person, upon such Clerk being paid his lawful fee for the same, and shall be made upon the officer to whom fines imposed under the authority of this A ct are required to be paid over in the district, ...show more

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