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HOUSE OF COMMONS, IRELAND.

ORDER OF THE LORD LIEUTENANT IN COUNCIL, DATED FEB

RUARY 24, 1894, SUBSTITUTING NEW FORMS FOR FORMS
Nos. 1, 13, AND 16 IN THE FIRST SCHEDULE OF THE
PARLIAMENTARY REGISTRATION (IRELAND) Act, 1885. *

1894. No. 51.
By the Lord Lieutenant and Privy Council of Ireland.

Houghton. Whereas, by the Parliamentary Registration (Ireland) Act, 1885,* section 3, it is provided that the forms contained in the First Schedule to the said Act, or forms to the like effect, may be used for the purposes of the Parliamentary Registration Acts

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and the said Act, provided that the Lord Lieutenant by Order in Council may amend or alter the said forms:

And whereas it is expedient to amend and alter Form No. 1, Precept of the Clerk of the Peace to the Clerk of the Union, Form No. 13, Precept of the Clerk of the Peace to the Town Clerk, and Form No. 16, in the First Schedule aforesaid :

Now we, the Lord Lieutenant-General and General Governor of Ireland, by and with the advice of Her Majesty's Privy Council in Ireland, in pursuance of the powers vested in us by the said Act, and of every other power enabling us in this behalf, do hereby order and declare that the said Form No. 1 Precept of the Clerk of the Peace to the Clerk of the Union, and Form No. 13, Precept of the Clerk of the Peace to the Town Clerk, and Form No. 16, be amended and altered by substituting therefor the forms set forth in the schedule to this Order. Given at the Council Chamber, Dublin Castle, the 24th day of February, 1894.

S. Walker, C.
MacDermott, A. G.
Thomas A. Dickson.

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SCHEDULE above referred to.

Form No. 1. PRECEPT of the CLERK of the Peace to the CLERK of the Union. (A8 amended by Order in Council of the

day of

1894.) Division of the county of

7 To the clerk of the union Polling district of

In pursuance of the provisions of the Act of Parliament of the 13 & 14 Vict. c. 69. I and of the Representation of the People Act, 1884 (48 Vict. C. 3.), and of the other Acts relating to the registration of parliamentary voters, I require your attention to the following instructions :

The Existing Register. 1. On or before the [eighth day of July] in the present year you are required to make out and transmit to me, the clerk of the peace of the county of at my office at

in the said county, the copy of the register of voters (Form 10] herewith sent to you for the polling district of

in the said county, or if the whole of the said polling district is not situate within your union, then such copy of the register for that part or division of the said polling district which is situate within your union respectively, to be prepared and dealt with in manner following, that is to say:

2. On or before the eighth day of July aforesaid, after due inquiry, which you are required to make with the assistance of the respective collector or

+ NOTE.-This precept is to be sent to the clerk of the union which contains the whole of each polling district, or (if a polling district be divided so as to lie in more than one union) then to the clerk of each union which contains a part or division of such polling district. The precept for the present year is to be sent immediately after the passing of this Act. Where the whole or any part of any city, town, or borough returning a member or members to serve in Parliament shall be comprised in the poor law union, the polling districts of that borough should be set out in the heading, or a separate precept in respect of each such polling district should be sent to the clerk.

* 48 Vict. c. 17.
1 The Representation of the People (Ireland) Act, 1860.

collectors of poor rates (which assistance such collector or collectors is and are required to give), you shall, upon the copy of the register of the said i polling district or division of the said polling district included within your union, transmitted to you herewith, * enter objections to the names of persons now on such copy of register who are not entitled to be on the register next to be made, in manner following, that is to say, you shall add, with a stamp or in writing, in the margin the word “objected ' or' dead” (as the case may be), before the name of any person whose qualification as stated on such copy of register is as rated occupier of lands, tenements, or hereditaments, of the net annual value of ten pounds or upwards, firstly if such person shall not have been rated in the then last rate made for the relief of the poor as the occupier of the same lands,'. tenements, or hereditaments, in such copy of register mentioned of a net annual value of ten pounds or upwards; or, secondly, if such person shall not, on or before the (first day of July] in this present year have paid all poor rates (if any) which shall have become payable by him in respect of such lands, tenements, or hereditaments previously to the [first day of January] last; or, thirdly, if you shall have reasonable cause to believe such person not to be or to have ceased to be occupier as aforesaid, or not to have been such occupier during the whole period from the twentieth day of July] in the last preceding year to the time of your preparing the copy of register; or, fourthly, if you shall have reasonable cause to believe such person for any other cause not to be entitled to have his name on the register of voters then next to be made for such county, or to be dead, as the case may be. (6).

The Supplemental List of Ten Pounds Rated Occupiers.

3. You are also to make out, and, together with such copy of register for the said polling district or division of the said polling district, transmit to me, on or before the eighth day of July, a supplemental list [Form 1l] of every male person of full age not appearing already on such copy of register who shall be rated in the last rate made for the relief of the poor as the occapier of any lands, tenements, or hereditaments situate within your union, and in the said polling district, or in your division of the said polling district, as the case may be, of a net annual value of ten pounds or upwards; but you are to exclude, nevertheless, from such supplemental list every such occupier who shall not, on or before the first day of July in this year, have paid all poor rates (if any) which shall have become payable by him in respect of such premises previvusly to the first day of January last; and you are required, after due inquiry, which you are required to make, with the assistance of the respective collectors of poor rates as aforesaid, tu enter objections, by adding in the margin the word "objected” or “ dead," as the case may be, before the names of persons, in such supplemental list contained, and not entitled to be on the register next to be made, in like manner in all respects as herein-before directed and required with regard to the copy of register of such polling district or division of a polling district, and the names therein contained ; aud guch supplemental list shall be in the form and shall contain the par. ticulars mentioned in the Form (No. 11) herewith sent, and shall be signed and verified by you.

If two or more persons, jointly, are such occupiers as above mentioned, and the clear yearly value of the land or tenement is such as to give ten pounds or more for each occupier, two of such occupiers are entitled to be registered as voters ; but no more are so entitled (unless they derived the

(6) NOTE (6). If the polling district is divided so as to lie in more than one unioni, each clerk of a union in which any such division of the polling district lies is to deal with the copy of the register and the names of persons and premises contained therein (so far as relates to ytreh dirision only of such polling district) in like manner in all respects as required in the case of a polling district not divided, save that he is to deal only with what relates to bis own division of the polling district; in like manner he is to make out the supplemental list only for his own division of the polling district.

* Form 10.

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