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Useful Information. VACCINATION. By an Act of the General Assembly of New Zealand, it is mao compulsory upon every parent to take his cb 1, within six months of its birth, to the Med; .J Officer appointed by Government forthe di.- ict, or to some qualified Medical Praciitioner, > have the child vaccinated, and on the eigidr day following to take the child back ag;un for inspection. For breach of this law a fine not exceeding 40s. may be recovered before any Bench of Magistrates. If the child be properly vaccinated, the Medical Officer or Practitioner is to give a certificate of the fact. If the child he not susceptible, or unfit to endure the process, another certificate is to be given, which will clear the patents of the consequences. Children, although vaccinated, whose vaccination certificates are not forwarded to the Registrar of the district are still liable to a fine of 40s. Innoculation with the vims of small pox is a crime punishable by a penalty of £lO, The word “ parent ” means father, mother, or other person having the care, nurture, or custody of the child. SLAUGHTER-HOUSE LICENSES. “The Slaughter-House Act, 1877,” provides that “no license shall be issued in respect of any slaughter-house situated within half a mile from the outer boundary of any borough, unless surh slaughter-house has been erected, or was in course of erection for that purpose immediately before the Ist December, 1577. If such slaughter-house is within the above described limit, application for the license must be made to the Council of the nearest Borough. If a slaughter-house is within any County, except as aforesaid, the application must be made to the Council of such county. No license, 'not being the renewal of a previously existing license, shall be issued to any person, unless public notice shall have been given by the applicant for the same, once m each week for one month, immediately preceding the time when such application is to be heard.”

MAGISTRATE’S COURT FEES. Table of Fees to be taken in respect of Proceedings under “The Resident Magistrates’ Act, 1867,” by Bailiffs. Service of summons or subpoena, or order or copy of notice of set-off, if within 2 miles of the Court House, 3s ; for every extra mile, one way, is; bailiff’s fee upon execution of any warrant, or going to/ view tenement, upon each view, 4s; executing any warrant, or going to view tenement beyond 2 miles from the Court House, for every extra .mile, one way, is ; poundage on sum levied or received under distress, is ; for keeping possession, per diem, any sum not exceeding 8s ; auctioneer’s commission on sale of goods taken in execution, 5 per cent.; advertising rale, the actual cost; poundage on sum for which the body is taken in execution, is. Table of Fees to be tvken in respect of Proceedings under “ The Resident Magistrates’ Act, 1867,” by the Resident Magistrates, Justices of the Peace, or their Clerks. .o o 2 r, bt Si p V/ 's! V 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 Judgment Summons to a party Summons to a witness (to nclude one name) Order not being in nature of final judgment ... Adjournment of hearing on application of plaintiff or defendant Swearing witnesses, exceeding 3 on either side... Warrant of distress or for seizure of specific goods (value) Warrant for delivery of possesdon of tenement Filing agreement (as to jurisdiction) Filing memorandum of claim by landlord for rent ... Order for te-hearing Older giving leave to appeal Settling case for appeal, not exceeding 5 folios -Where case exceeds 5 folios each additional folio Swearing or filing affidavit... For every search ... For every document required in proceedings and not enumerated For every folio above 2 of 90 words each For every copy of any such document, per folio On every application to the Court, not being a hearing Filing notice of any such application Filing, icc., of bond under Sections 89 and 100 of Act Fpr issuing every warrant of apprehension or committal, except in cases hereinafter expressly provided for, fid in the £. For every summons for commitment under section of “The Resident Magistrate’s Act, 1868,” 3d in the £ on the amount of the original demand then remaining due. For every hearing of the matters mentioned in such summons for commitment, 6d in the £ on the amount last aforesaid. For issuing every warrant of apprehension under the Bth section of “ The Resident Magistrate’s Act, 1868,” 3d in the £ on the amount last aforesaid. For issuing every warrant of committal under the 9th section of “ The Resident Magistrate’s Act, 1868,” 6d in the £ on the amount last aforesaid. For every bail-bond under section seventeen of “The Resident Magistrates’ Act, jBSB for any sum not exceeding £20 —js. Ditto not exceeding,£so—7s fid. Dit'o not exceeding £lO0 —10s. For every hearing and order under sections 18 and 19 of “ The Resident Magistrates’ Act, 1868,”; for any sum not exceeding £$ —4s ; not exceeding - ss; not exceeding £20 —8s ; not exceeding 12s ; not exceeding 20s. For any process or proceeding fesued or taken under the twentieth section of “ The Resident Magistrates’Act, 1868,” the same fees as payable in respect of the like proceedngs under “ The District Courts Act,’’

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 42, 1 January 1880

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 42, 1 January 1880

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