P’soXul lufonpa VACCINATIO By an Act of the General A Zealand, it is made compel parent to take his child, withi its birth, to the Medical Offii Government for the district, or Medical Praciitioner, to have ated, and on the eighth day I the child back . again for breach of this law a fine nn may be recovered before any ! trates. If the child be pro] the Medical Officer 01 Practit certificate of the fact. If the ceptible, or unfit to endure th certificate is to be given, whl patents [of the consequence though vaccinated, whose va cates arc not forwarded to tht district are still liable to a fine eolation with the virus of sm punishable by a penalty of, “ parent ” means father, motl son having the care, nurture, child. SLAUGHTER-HOUSE “The Slaughter-House j vides that “no license shall pect of any slaughter-hou« half a mile from the outer borough, unless such slaughh erected, or was in course of purpose immediately before tl 1877. Ifsuchslaughter-housei described limit, application fo be made to the Council of the II a slaughter-house is within cept as aforesaid, the appl made to the Council of su license, [not being the renewa existing license, shall be issue unless public notice shall havi the applicant for Ihe same, 01 for one month, immediate!; time when such application is MAGISTRATE’S COl Table of Fees to be tab ok Proceedings unde dent Magistrates’ A. Baiufks. Service of summons or su or copy of notice of set-olf, i of the Court House, 3s ; for one way, is; bailiff’s fee u any warrant, or going toj vie' each view, 4s ; executing going to view-tenement bey the Court House, for every way, is ; poundage on sum h under distress, Is ; for keepir diem, any sum not exceedinj commission on sale of goods tion, 5 per cent.; advertisin cost; poundage on sum for ' taken in execution, is. Table of Fees to be th of Proceedings undei dent Magistrates’ Act Resident Magistrates the Peace, or their C Filing plaint, including pliant note, if any Filing notice of set-off, according to amount claimed Hearing... Payment of money into Court before judgment, according to amount paid in
For every bail-bond under section seventeen of M The Resident Magistrates’ Act, 1868”; for any sum not exceeding />c—ss. Ditto not exceeding^so—7s 6d. Dlt'o not exceeding j£ioo— 10s. For every hearing and order under sections 18 and 19 of “ The Resident Magistrates’ Act, 1868,”; for any sum not exceeding .£s 4s; not exceeding £lO - ss; not exceeding £20—83 5 not exceeding £50 — 12s; not exceeding £lO0 —20s. For any process or proceeding issued or taken under the twentieth section of “ The Resident Magistrates’ Act, 1868," the same fees as payable in respect of the like proceedings under •* The District Courts Act. ’’
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