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APPENDIX.

Clerks of the Peace for certain classes of work done by them as prescribed by C.A.S., Book M, Chapter v., section 2, and Schedule B, as amended by the Acts of Sederunt of dates 19th November 1919 and 9th July 1920 (allowing a temporary increase of 20 per cent. on the fees in said Schedule B), are still inadequate and should be further increased, having considered said application and finding a further increase justified, do hereby further amend said C.A.S., Book M, Chapter v., section 2, and Schedule B, by authorising a further increase of 30 per cent. (in addition to the 20 per cent. increase authorised by said two amending Acts of Sederunt) upon the fees prescribed by said Schedule B, excepting always from such further increase such fees as are prescribed in the following subheads of said Schedule B, namely:

2. Proceedings under the Small Debt Acts;

3. Proceedings under the Summary Jurisdiction and Process Acts;

4. Proceedings in Appeals;

5. Proceedings under the Army Act;

6. Miscellaneous.

And declaring that this Act of Sederunt shall come into force on the 1st November next, and have full force and effect down to and including 31st October 1922.

And the Lords direct this Act to be entered in the Books of Sederunt, and to be printed and published in common form. J. A. CLYDE, I.P.D.

ACT OF SEDERUNT EXTENDING CERTAIN TEMPORARY ACTS OF SEDERUNT INCREASING FEES. [Edinburgh, 9th July 1921.]

THE Lords of Council and Session, considering that the causes which called for the increases of fees granted temporarily in the Acts of Sederunt set forth in the Schedule hereto annexed still hold good, and it is therefore expedient that the increased fees therein allowed be still continued, therefore enact and declare that the said Acts of Sederunt shall be extended, and have full force and effect down to and including 31st October 1922.

And the Lords appoint this Act to be entered in the Books of Sederunt, and to be printed and published in common form. J. A. CLYDE, I.P.D.

SCHEDULE REFERRED TO.

(1) Act of Sederunt amending C.A.S., Book M, Chapter i., Table of Fees, Part C, section 1, anent remuneration of Bar Officers in Sheriff Courts, dated 16th July 1919.

(2) Act of Sederunt amending C.A.S., Book M, Chapter iii., anent Fees in Civil Business for Sheriff Officers in Scotland, dated 22nd October 1919. (3) Act of Sederunt amending C.A.S., Book M, Chapter v., section 2, and Schedule B, anent Fees payable to Clerks of the Peace under the Licensing (Scotland) Act 1903 or otherwise, dated 19th November 1919.

(4) Act of Sederunt amending C.A.S., Book M, Chapter v., section 1, and Schedule A, anent Fees payable to Town-Clerks under the Licensing (Scotland) Act 1903 or otherwise, dated 25th February 1920.

(5) Act of Sederunt amending C.A.S., Book A, Chapter ix., section 4, anent Fees payable to Messengers-at-Arms, dated 1st June 1920.

(6) Act of Sederunt authorising a further temporary increase in Fees under C.A.S., Book K, Chapter iv., and C.A.S., Book M, Chapter ii., dated 26th July 1920.

ACT OF SEDERUNT AMENDING C.A.S., BOOK D, CHAP. III., SECTIONS 1 AND 2, ANENT APPEALS FROM THE SHERIFF COURT. [Edinburgh, 23rd November 1921.] THE Lords of Council and Session, under and in terms of the powers conferred by the Court of Session Act 1868 (31 & 32 Vict. cap. 100), section 106, and the Sheriff Courts (Scotland) Act 1907 (7 Edw. VII. cap. 51), section 40, amended by the Sheriff Courts (Scotland) Act 1913 (2 & 3 Geo. V. cap. 28), considering

APPENDIX.

that the procedure in Appeals from the Sheriff Court should be brought more into conformity with that in Reclaiming Notes in the Court of Session, enact and declare as follows, viz. :

C.A.S., Book D, chap. iii., sections 1 and 2 are hereby amended by the deletion of the words "and proof, if any," occurring in the third and fourth lines thereof respectively, and by the insertion of the word "and" before the word "interlocutors immediately preceding said deleted words: Provided always that, unless printing has been dispensed with, the proof, if any, shall, where material to the consideration of the cause, be printed, lodged, and boxed to the Court in time for the hearing of the Appeal.

And the Lords appoint this Act to be entered in the Books of Sederunt and to be printed and published in common form. J. A. CLYDE, I.P.D.

PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY NEILL AND CO., LTD., EDINBURGH.

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