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THOMAS, Joun, Treorky, Glam, Licensed Victualler April ADJUDICATION ANNULLED AND RECEIVING
THORNLEY, HENRY, Essington, nr Wolverhampton, Farmer MACKENZIE, Joux COLVILE ALEXANDER GRUINARD, Temple
chbrs, Temple avenue High Court Ord Dec 18, 1995 FOLLER, Arthoe, Addlestone, Surrey, Butcher Kingston, WOODHOUSE, William TAYLOR, Rochdale, Undertaker Adjud Dec 20, 1895 R28c and Angul April 13 Surrey Pet April 13 Ord April 13
April 22 at 11.15 Townhall, Rochdale HERRANN, ADOLPHUS, West Hampstead, Commission
ADJUDICATIONS. Agent High Court Pet April 13 Ord April 13 HITCHIN, HARRY, Aberdare, Painter Aberdara Pet April ALLIS, SAMUEL SEALY, Garlick hill, Cannon st High BERENDT, HANBY, Charterhouse bldgs, Goswell rd, Clock
April 26 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Court Pet Jan 21 Oid April 7 13 Ord April 13
Cerey st HOLLIDAY, SAMUEL, Morley, York, Smallware Dealer
COBHAM, John TAOMAS Lyon, Bridport, Dorset Dorchester Bould, JOSEPII, Longton, Staffs, Cabinet Maker April 23
Pet Feb 26 Ord April 4 Dewsbury Pet April 7 Ord April 7
at 2 Magistrate's Room, Townhall, Stoke upoa EISENBERG, ABRAHAM HARRIS, Cardiff, Tobacconist Car Trent LLOYD, DANIEL, Cymmer, Glam, Builder Neath Pet
diff Pet March 22 Ord March 23 April 12_Ord April 12
BRAMWELL, ANDREW, South Shields, Provision Dealer MORRISON, JAMES Harvey, Forest Gate, Essex, Baker
HENOCHSBERG, JOSEPH, Broad st House, Mining Agent April 27 at 12 Off Reo, 30, Mosley st, Newcastle 02
High Court Pet March 17 Ord April 7
Pet CLARKSON, JOSEPH Hexey, Acocks Green, Warwicks,
Accountant Clerk April 27 at 11 174, Corporation st, Paillips, TAOMAS JAMES, Pembroke, Baker Pembroke
HollidAY, SAMUEL, Morley, Yorks, Small ware Dealer Birmingham Dock Pet April 13 Ord April 13
Dewsbury Pet April 7 Ord April 7
Coates, Joun, Bradford, Yarn Merchant April 26 at 11
Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
COHEN, Philip, Stoke Newington April 27 at 3 Off Ree, QUESTED, WILLIAM RICHARD, Shrewsbury rd, Stonebridge PERKIN, JAMES, JMilford Haven, Draper Pembroke Dock
95, Temple chmbrs, Temple avue Park, Builder High Court Pet March 10
Ord April 13 Perkin, Mary Jane, Milford Haven, Pembroke, Draper COLLIER, JOSEP Leser, Bulwell, Notts, Assistant Sar
geon April 26 at 12 Off Rec, 4, Castle pl, Park st, SAYRES, CHABLES WILLIAM, Chingford, Essex, Builder PETERS, THOMAS, Leigh, Lancs, Clerk of Works Bolton DAVY, FREDERICK, Smithills, nr Bolton, Coachbulldar
Pet April 13 Ord April 13
April 29 at 11 16, Wood st, Bolton Pet April 13 Ord April 13
Phillips, Thomas JAMES, Pembroke, Baker Pembroke BEBENHAM, DANIEL, Brockham, Surrey April 23 at 12.3)
Dock Pet April 13 Ord April 13 WAKEFIELD, HENRY, Chedworth, Glos, Farmer Chelten
24, Railway app, London Bridge ham Pet April 6 Ord April 6 ROBERTS, John, Regent st, Billiard Table Manufacturer
FINE, Jacop, Aberdare, Furniture Dealer April 26 at 2
High Court Pet March 8 Ord April 7 WÁRD, WILLIAM, Rugby, Coachbuilder Coventry Pet
65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil April 13 Ord April 13
Sayers, CHARLES WILLIAM, Chiogford, Essex, Builder FORRESTER, Joun, Craven Arms, Salop, Butcher April 27 WEEKS, EDWIN Thomas, Plymouth, Confectioner Ply- SutcliFFE, Arthue, Castleford, Yorks, Builder Wakefield
Edmon on Pet April 6 Ord April 7
at 2.30 2, Offa st, Hereford mouth Pet April 13 Ord April 13
GLUCKSTEIN, 8 M, Queen Victoria st, Journalist April 23 Woods, Thomas Henry, Woodville, Derbys Burton on
Pet April 13 Ord April 13
at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st Trent Pet April 13_Ord April 13
Teale, EDMUND, Waterloo, Lancs, Accountant Liverpool HERRMANN, ADOLPHUS EDWARD, St Mary Axe, Commission
Pet Mar 9 Ord April 13
agent April 26 at 2 30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st AsHwORTI, GEORGE HENRY, Dewsbury April! 22 at 3.30
WAKEFIELD, HexbY, Chedworth, Glos, Farmer Chelten- HOLLIDAY, SAMUEL, Morley, Yorks, Smallware Dealer
ham Pet April 6 Ord April 6 Off Rec, Bank Chambers, Batley
April 26 at 3.30 Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Batley BABNETT, James McTURK, Stoke upon Trent April 28 at
WARD, WILLIAM, Rugby, Coachbuilder Coventry Pet Hoskin, Charles, Harold wood, Preserve Manufacturer 10.30 Off Rec, King st, Newcastle under Lyme April 12 Ord April 13
April 29 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st BAYLY, GEORGE, West Brompton, Hosier
Werks, Edwin Tuomas, Plymouth, Confectioner Pls- Hough, MARTHA, Loughborough, Draper April 26 at 12.3) April 22 at 1
mouth Pet April 13 Ord April 13 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester
HOUNSELL, GEORGE COLLINS, Queen Victoria st, Merchant
Trent Pet April 13 Oid April 13 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
April 29 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st BROOKFIELD, WILLIAM, EDWARD BROOKFIELD, and WILLIAM
HUNTER, John, Pwllheli, Carnarvons, Contractor May 3
London Gaz tle. -TUESDAY, April 19. BALL, Longton, Staffs, Earthenware Manufacturers
at 11.45 Crown Hotel, Pwllheli April 25 at 2.30 North Stafford Hotel, Stoke upon
IDLE, GEORGE H, West Smithfield, Provision Merchant Trent
Ápril 27 at ii Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st BRALESFORD, WILLIAM, Gotham, Notts, Commission Agent BexRow: GEORGE Morgan, Llanidloes, Tailor, Newtown JELLIE, JOHN STEPHENBox, Clifton, Bristol, Schoolmaster April 22 at 12 Of Rec, 4, Castle pl, Park st, Notting- Beago, ROBERT, Clapham
April 27 at 12 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol ham
Wandsworth Pet March 26 JOHNSON, FREDERICK THOMAS, Deptford, Firewood MerCARAPATA, Peter, Sutherland avnue, Harrow rd, Commis- BROUGH, FREDERICK Joux, Longton, Staffs, Joiner Stoke
Ord April 14
chant April 26 at 11.30 24, Railway app, London sion Agent April 25 at 1 Bankruptcy bldgs,
bdge Carey st
upon Trent Pet April 16 Ord April 16
KAY, Johx, Wigan, Grocer April 28 at 3 16, Wood st,
Northampton Pet April 16 Or Kelly, John Josepi, Liverpool, General Dealer April Davies, Owen, Llanelly, Grocer April 23 as 11.30 Off B2owx, JACOB, Cheltenham, Hawker
Pet April 16
27 at 2.30 Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool Rec, 4, Queen st, Carmarthen
Cheltenham Pet LANDES, Jean, and JOSEPH REICHER, Manchester, MerDEATH, MICHAEL, Granville mews, Cricklewood April 25
April 14 Ord Ag 14
chants _April 28 at 3 Off Rea, Byrom st, Manchester at ii Bankıuptcy bldgs, Carey st
CHANDLER, Samuel William, Bisley, nr Stroud, Farm LEIGHTON, THOMAS, Gt Grimsby, Potter April 26 at 11
Bailiff Gloucester Pet April 16 Ord April 16 DE RHODES, STANISLAS, Dulwich April 22 at 2.30 Bank
Off Rec, 15, Osborne st, Gt Grimsby juptcy bldgs, Carey st
Davy, FRIDERICK, Smithills, nr Bilton, Coachbuilder Bül Lewis, THOMAS, Pontycymmer, Glam April 28 at 11 Of
ton Pet April 15 Ord April 15 DEWICK, Thomas JAMES, Barbican April 22 at 11 Bank
Rec, 29, Queen st, Cardiff ruptcy bldgs, Carey st Dean, John, Bradford, Manufacturer Bradfor1 Pet
LORD, JAMES, Byfield, Northamptons, Butcher April 27 DRURY, SAMUEL, sen, Newhaven, Sussex, Livery stable
April 16_Ori April 16
at 12.30 Uff Rec, County Court bldgs, Sheep st, Keeper April 22 at 2.30 Coles & Sons, Seaside roid,
FEWTRELL, EDWARD, Linley, Salop, Farmer Leominster Northampton East bourne
Pct April 14 Ord April 14
LUNN, Walter, Be'lingham, Northumberland, Innkeeper DUGGAN, Evan, Bromyard, Hereford, Grocer April 22 at FLETCHER, GEORGE, Long Eston. Derbys, Innkeeper
May 3 at 11 Off Rec, 30, Mosley st, Newcastle on 11.30 Off Rec, 45, Copenhagen st, Worcester Derby Pet April 15 Ord April 15
Tyne ENGLAND, Thomas, Carditi, India Rubber Merchant April
GLUCKSTEIN, SM, Queen Victoria st, Journalist High MORETS, JOSEPH, Kingston upon Hull, Cordial Manufac
Court Pet March 25 Ord April 15 25 at 3 Off Rec, 29, Queen st, Cardiff
turer_April 26 at 11 Off Rec, Trinity House ln, Hull Fleetwood, Thomas James RighARDSON, St Just in Rose
GWATKIN, EDWIN William, Usk, Mon, Builder Newport, ONYETT, TE, Petty Cury, Cambridge April 28 at 3 Off land, Cornwall, Innkeeper April 23 at 12
Mon Pet April 15 Ord April 15
Rec, 95, Temple chmbrs, Temple av
RADFORD, WILLIAM HENRY, Burton on Trent, Fruit Mer
March 31 Ord April 14 FRASER, ALEXANDER, Frimley, nr Farnborough, Grocer
chant April 28 at 3 Midland Hotel, Station st, April 25 at 11.30 24, Railway app, London bridge
Hoskin, CHARLES, Dulwich, Preserve Manufacturer High Burton on Trent GREEN, BERNARD JOSEP, Wolverhampton, Architect
Court Pet March 1 Ord April 15
SHEPPARD, HENRY Javes, Bedford, Florist April 29 at April 25 at 11 Off Rec, Wolverhampton
Hough, MARTHA, Loughborough, Draper Leicester Pet 11.30 Swan Hotel, Bedford Guest, ARTHUB, and William PRESCOTT, Rotherham, York, HOUSSELL, GEORGE COLLINS, Queen Victoria st, Merchant
March 22 Ord April 4
Simmons, CHARLES EDWARD, Balsall Heath, Worcesters, Builders April 22 at 2 Of Rec, Figtree lane,
Gas Fitter April 29 at 11 174, Corporation st, BirShffield High Court Pet March 22 Ord April 15
mingham HARVEY, GEORGE, and John HARVEY, Wellington, Salop,
IDLE, TEORGE H, West Smithfield, Provision Merchant Spiller, CHABLES HENRY, Bristol, Beerhouse Keeper Coachbuilders April 23 at 11.30
High Court Pet March 15 Ord April 15
April 27 at 12.30 Off Rec, Bildwin st, Bristol
Jackson, James, Leeds, Joiner Leeds Pet Feb 25 Ord | SUTCLIFFE, Arthur, Featherstone, Yorks, Builder April HebDox, ALFRED, Goole, Yorks, Keelman April 22 at
26 au 11 Off Rec, 6, Bond ter, Wakefield 11.30 Off Rec, 6, Bond tce, Wakefield
Jones, Davio, Aberdare Aberdare Pet April 16 Ord TIBBITTS, Thomas : WILLIAM, West Bromwich, Butcher KENNEDY, SIDNEY SCOTT, Abchurch ln
May 4 at 2 County Court, West Bromwich
TRESSLER, CARL ERNST ANANDUS FERDINAND LEOPOLD, LEFEYER, WALTER ALEXANDER, Hackney rd, Timber Parry, Ricaard Vaughan, Nesscliffe, Salop, Shopkeeper
Mark' lane, Merchant April 28 at 11 Bankruptcy merchant April 22 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs,
bldges, Carey st Carey st
Shrewsbury Pel April 16 Ord April 16
WAYBORN, THOMAS Joun, Exeter May 5 at 10.30 Off LONGBOTTOM, Joseph, Kippax, Yorks April 22 at 11
Perce, HENRY CHABLES, Dowlais, Glam, Bootmaker Mer-
Rec, 13, Bedford circus, Exeter
thyr Tydfil Pet April 15 Ord April 15
WUTE, W A, Inverness tar, Hyde Park April 27 at 2.30 May, JOHN WILLIAM, Clapham, Butcher April 22 at 11.30
RADFORD, WILLIAM HENRY, Burton on Trent, Fruit Mer Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st 24, Railway app, London bridge
chant Burton on Trent Pet April 14 Ord April 14 Williams, Thomas, Br xton, Baker April 27 at 12 BankMorrison, James HARVEY, Woodgrange id, Forest Gate,
RAGAN, WALTER SCOTT, Oll Kent rd, Fish Frier High raptoy bldgs, Caray st Baker April 22 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs Carey st
Court Pet April 14 Ord April 14
Woods, Thomas Henry, Woodville, Derbys April 28 at Ney, W W, Bellingham, Northumberland, Presbyterian
RIMMINGTON & Hallam, Leicester, Boot Manufacturers 3.30 Midland Hotel, Station st, Burton on Treat minister April 27 at 11.30 Off Rec, 30, Mosley st,
Leicester Pet March 29 Ord April 14
April 16 Ord April 16
BROADBENT, JAMES, Barrow in Furness, Fishmonger UlverApril 22 at 365, High st, Merthyr Tydfil
ston Pet March 3 Ord April 15
Leeds Pet April 13 Ord April 13 PAGETT, Jonx, Newport, Mon, Boot Dealer April 25 at
BROCKLESBY, William, Leeds Leeds Pet Apr:1 2 Ord 12 Off Rec, Westgate chmbrs, Newport, Moa
SHEPHERD, Thomas, Durham, Builder Durham Pet April April 14 Perkin, JAMES, Milford Haven, Draper April 22 at 12.30
13 Ord April 14
BROWN, GEORGE FREDERICK, Rushden, Northampton, Shoe SMITH, THOMAS HENRY, Cardiff, Ironmonger Cardiff Pet Manufacturer Temperance Hall, Pembroke Dock
Northampton Pet April 16
Ord PERKIN, MARY JANE, Milford Haven, Draper April 22 at
April 13 Ord April 13
April 16 12.45 Temperance Hall, Peinbroke Dock
SOUTHALL, DEAkis, & Co, Leek, Stafford, Silk Munu BROWN, JACOB, Cheltenham, Hawker Cheltenham Pet PETERS, THOMAS, Ligh, Lancs, Clerk of Works April 27
facturers Macclesfield' Pet April 5, Ord April 15 April 14 Ord April 14 at 11 16, Wood st, Bolton
TAYLOR, RANDOLPH Cooper, Hulme, Manchester, Beer CHANDLER, SAMUEL WILLIAM, Bisley, or Stroud, Farm POOLES, CLARA, Newport, I of W, Schoolmistress
seller Manchester Pet April 16 Ord April 16
Bailiff Gloucester Pet April 16 Ord April 16 April Trumins, Samuel RICHARD, Derby, Draper's Manager Cox, Harry, Boscombe, Hants, Wine Merchant 23 at 12 19, Quay st, Newport, I of W
Pet March 12 Ord April 15
WAYBORY, THOMAS Joux, Exeter Exeter Pet April 13 Davy, FREDERICK, Bolton, Coachbuilder Bolton Pet Riley, Owen, East Moss Side, pr Manchester, Grocer
Ord April 13
April 15 Ord April 15 Williams, FREDERICK, Coltishall, Norfolk, Ironmonger Dean, Jous, Bradford, Manufacturer Bradford April 27 at 2 30 Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchester
Pet TEALE, EDMUND, Waterloo, Lancs, Accountant
Norwich Pet March 30 Ord April 15
April 16 Ord April 16
WoRsick, ALEXANDER James, Hóllinwood, nr Oldham, Dennis, WILLIAM ALBERT, Sunderland, Fruiterer Sun-
derland Pet March 14 Ord April 13
A register of approved lodgings and of private families THE COMPANIES ACTS, 1862 TO 1890.
WA w heating and thinking siya hive been takidende en troubles PROPERTYOWANTED: TOM DAVIS4. SEALS designed and executed. No Charge for Sketche
RICHARD FLINT & CO., SCHOOL SHIP “CONWAY” A SPATRIA AGRICOIL THURA EL COLLEGE
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April 12th, 1893. 11, ROYAL EXCHANGE, LONDON, E.C.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the ANNUAL GENERAL
MEETING of the Shareholders of the LAW FIRE INSURANCE
Society will be held at the Society's House, CHANCERY THE JUDICIAL TRUSTEES ACT, 1896, AND March 11 Ord April 15
LANE, on TUESDAY the 3rd day of MAY next, to elect
ten Directors in the room of the like number of Directors THE RULES MADE THEREUNDER. FLETCHER, GEORGE, Long Eaton, Derby, Innkeeper Derby Pet April 15 Ord April 15
who go out by rotation; to elect four Auditors in the room
Price 2s. Bd. net.
CATALOGUES GRATIS AND POST-FREE.
Accounts of the Society, with the Auditors' Report upon
REEVES & TURNER,
Mon Pet April 15_Ord April 15
The following Directors retire by rotation, are eligible,
Libraries Valued or purchased, Agent High Court Pet April 13 Ord April 15
Sir William James Farrer. Joxes, DAVID, Aberdare, Glam Aberdare Pet April 16
Harry Wilmot Lee, Esq. A Large Stock of Second-hand Reports and Text-boox Ord April 16 William Dawes Freshfield, Esq Sir Richard Nicholson.
always on Sale. Kar, Jons, Wigan, Grocar Wigan Pet April 15 Ord
William Alexander Tooke Richard Pennington, Esq.
Hallowes, Esq. April 15
George Ernest Steward, Esq. 100. CHANCERY LANE & CAREY STREET.
Edward Hugh Whitehead,
PLEASURE PeoCTOR, CHARLES, Bethnal Green, Furniture Broker
CRUISE by their
James Frederick Burton, Esq. Peyce, HENBY CHARLES, Dowlais, Glam, Bootmaker
Steamship “LUSITANIA,” 3,912 tons register, from Merthyr Tydfil Pet April 15 Ord April 15
John Henry Hortin, Esq. RADFORD, WILLIAN HENRY, Burton on Trent, Fruit Mer
William Tanner Neve, Esq.
London 15th JUNE, Leitu 17th June, to the finest
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FIORDS in NORWAY RAGAN, WALTER Scott, Old Kent rd, Fish Frier High
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By order of the Board of Directors,
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Cases Reported this Week.
In the Solicitors' Journal. In the Weekly Reporter. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL £1,000,000. PAID-UP - £100,000.
Blenkinsop v. Ogden & Co.
Anglo-Continental Corporation of West FIDELITY GUARANTEES OF ALL KINDS. ADMINISTRATION AND LUNACY Cessford v. Dover Harbour Board
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CURRENT TOPICS. 24, MOORGATE STREET, LONDON, E.C. Mortgages "Guaranteed on Licensed Properties promptly, without WE HAVE been favoured with a copy of the draft rules under special valuation and at low rates.
the Land Transfer Act, 1897. They are of unexpected and most
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ment on its leading provisions with regard to the registration
A REPORT issued by the Special Committee of the Incorporated Law Society on Money Lending, which has been adopted by the Council, recommends that the following suggestions be made to the Parliamentary Select Committee : (1) That the minimum limit for bills of sale should be raised from £30 to £50, and the interest be limited to 15 per cent. per annum on bills of sale to secure £100 and under, and 10 per cent. above that amount; (2) the re-enactment of the provisions in the Bills of Sale Act, 1878, that bills of sale should be attested by a solicitor, with a state
ment in the attestation that the effect of the bill has been exAND
plained to the grantor by the solicitor ; (3) to give a borrower SECURE.
under a bill of sale power at any time to pay off the amount
with interest up to date, together with fourteen days' interest in FUNDS
• £3,000,000. INCOME YEARLY NEWBUSINESS - 21,000,000. BUSINESS IN FORCE - £11,700,000" courts to interfere in cases of oppression or unfair dealing, and
£390,000: lieu of notice; and (4) to empower the High Court and county
to make this reliei available without unnecossary publicity. The Right Hon. Lord HALSBUBY (Lord High Chancellor of England). The Hon. Mr. Justice KEKEWICH. The Right Hon, Sir JAMES PARKER DEANE, Q.C., D.C.L. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Esq. RICHARD PENNINGTON, Esq.
NATURALLY one of the first matters of interest in the draft
Land Transfer Rules is the scale of charges to be allowed to Bacon, His Honour Judge.
Masterman, Henry Chauncy, Esq.
solicitors for their work in connection with the registration Deane, The Right Hon. Sir James Parker, Meek, A. Grant, Esq. (Devizes).
of title. Q.O., D.O.L. Mellor, The Right Hon. John W., Q.C., hold land with a possessory title (which will, we imagine,
For the first registration of freshold or leaseEllis-Danvers, Edmund Henry, Esq.
Mills, Richard, Esq.
be the ordinary proceeding), the solicitor's charge is made Garth, The Right Hon. Sir Richard, Q.C. Pennington, Richard, Esq.
to vary with the value of the land. If such value does not Healey, C. E. H. Chadwyck, Esq., Q.C. Rowcliffe, Edward Lee, Esq. Johnson, Charles P., Esq. Saltwell, Wm Henry, Esq.
exceed £1,000, he is to receive the munificent sum of 10s. 60. Kekewich, The Hon. Mr. Justice. Williams, C. Reynolds, Esq.
for every £100 or part of £100, no minimum fee being preLawrence, N. T., Esq.
Williams, Romer, Esq. Ludlow, The Right Hon. Lord. Williams, William, Esq. scribed. If the value exceeds £1,000, and does not exceed
£20,000, he is to receive £5 53. for the first £1,000, and £1 18. that prescribed for the first registration of land. So that, of for every subsequent £2,000 or part of £2,000. If the value course, when property is once rogistered with an absolute or exceeds £20,000 and does not exceed £10,000, he is to receive qualified title, the solicitor's fees on any subsequent dealing £15 15s. for the first £20,000, and £1 ls. for every subsequent therewith are cut down to the bare sums mentioned above in £4,000 or part of £4,000. And if the value exceeds £40,000, relation to first registration. There are many other matters to he is re ive £21 für the first £40,000, and £1 18. for every be noticed in the rules relating to solicitor's remuneration, but subsequent £10,000 or part of £10,000, up to a maximum of the above may suffice for the present week, £26 59. Now let us see what the solicitor has to do for this remuneration. This is prescribed by rule 17. He is to prepare and deliver at the registry a written application, signed by him. At the Old Bailey this week a point of law on the construcor his client, in a form given in the first schedule, either accom- tion of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1885, was raised, panied by a plan or containing particulars sufficient to enable which is now and of very great importance. Section 3 (2) of the land to be “fully identified” on the ordnance map, and, if that Act provides that any person who “by false pretences or a particular verbal description is desired to be entered on the false representations procures any woman or girl, not being & register, stating such description. He is also to prepare and common prostitute or of known immoral character, to have any deliver at the registry a statutory declaration by the applicant unlawful carnal connection " shall be guilty of a misdemeanour. or his solicitor, in a form contained in the first schedule, stating The prisoner in the case referred to was indicted under this section (where made by the applicant) that the declarant is in possession for having procured a certain woman to have unlawful connection or receipt of the rents and profits of land shown on the plan with himselt by falsely pretending that he was an unmarried annexed as an exhibit or described in the verbal description to man, and that he was able and willing to marry her. A motion be entered on the register, and that he is entitled thereto in fee was made to quash the indictment on the grounds that, on the simple for his own benefit, or otherwise, as the case may be; face of it, no offence was disclosed, and in support of the motion and that the value of the land does not, to the best of his belief, it was argued that “procure " in the section means “induce to exceed a sum to be specified. And if the application is for have connection with some person other than the person proregistration in the name of a nominee, or is made by a pur- curing." In support of the indictment, it was said that the chaser, the consent in writing of the nominee, or of the vendor word merely means to obtain, cause, or bring about, and that or his solicitor, must be prepared by the solicitor and left with the section must be interpreted literally, giving to the word the application. If any deed or document of title is delivered procure" its ordinary meaning. The dictionaries state that with the application, it will be marked with notice of the regis- the word has a secondary signification--that is, to obtain for the tration and the number of the title, and if returned to the purpose of gratifying another's lust, and is allied in meaning applicant, a copy or abstract of it for filing must be prepared by with “pimp" and "pander.” The word "procuress”. has a the solicitor and furnished to the office if required. Then the well-established meaning, and is seldom, it over, used in any entries and plan will have to be settled and the land certificate but this evil sense. It seems highly probable also, when we prepared by the office and considered by the solicitor, and either remember the nature of the agitation out of which the Act grew, handed to the applicant or deposited at the registry. Here we that Parliament had this secondary sense in mind in each place have, in the simplest case, the preparation by the solicitor of an in which the word "procure" is used. On the other hand, secapplication, probably of a plan, and of a statutory declaration, tion 2 (1) provides that any person shall be guilty of a misprobably with a plan exhibited thereto, and of a consent by demeanour who “procuros any girl or woman under twenty-one the vendor. Then there are attendances to deliver these docu- years of age to have unlawful carnal connection ments at the office, attendances to settle same, and attendance with any other person or persons," while in section 3 these last to receive the land certificate. In matters of difficulty no foro- words are omitted. Further, there is a decision of the Court of cast can be made of the time and trouble which may be involved. Crown Cases Reserved in the case of Reg. v. Jones (44 W. R. For this a purchaser's solicitor, on a purchase for £1,000, is to 110; 1896, 1 Q. B. 4), on section 11, which is entitled to conreceive £5 58.
sideration. Section 11 provides that any male person shall be
guilty of a misdemeanour who "procures the commission by any ON THE FIRST registration of land with an absolute or qualified male porson of any act of gross indecency with another malo title, the remuneration of the solicitor is also to vary with the
person.' Here the court held that “another male person "may value of the land. For the first £1,000 in value he is to receive be the person who procures; and the Recorder of London on the £1 10s. per £100, for the second and third £1,000, £1 per £100; strength of this decision felt himself bound to uphold the indict
ment in the recent case. for the fourth and each subsequent £1,000 up to £10,000, 10s.
He could hardly do otherwise under the per £100; and for each subsequent £1,000 up to £100,000, 58. circumstances, but probably a case may yet be stated for the per £1,000. There is to be a minimum charge of £3 where the superior court. The decision in Reg. v. Jones on this point is, howvalue is under £100, and of £5 where the value is £100 or over, and it is to be hoped that this important point will be authorita
over, by no means satisfactory, as no counsel appeared in the case, and fractions of £100 under £50 are to be reckoned as £50, fractions of £100 above £50 are to be reckoned as £100. The tively settled. If it becomes generally known that any man who work to be done by the solicitor in the case of registration with seduces a woman under false pretences is liable to be indicted an absolute or qualified title will, we assume, be that now done and to be imprisoned for two years, there will probably be a by the purchaser's solicitor, except preparation of the conveyance, large number of prosecutions for the offence, as it is a very combut plus all the requirements of the rules, which are much too deserve punishment, but at the same time it is to be remem.
We are far from saying that such persons do not lengthy and complicated to be summarized here; and for a purchase of £1,000 he will receive the present scale remuneration of bered that when once it is recognized that a man who seduces a £15; while on a purchase for £5,000 he will receive the scale woman, say under false pretences as to his means, may be fee of £45 now payable to the purchaser's solicitor. That is to punished criminally, a very powerful weapon will be put in the say, the solicitor is in these cases to receive nothing for the hands of unscrupulous and designing women. extra work involved in obtaining registration; the object being, no doubt, to enable the office to say to purchasers “ You can get an absolute or qualified title for a loss fee to your solicitor than THE PROMINENT feature in the Queen's Proclamation of you will have to pay if you take a conveyance in the usual way, Neutrality is the recital of the rules annexed to Article VI. of and register with a possessory title." And (800 rule 261 (d)) the Treaty of Washington and of the Foreign Enlistment Act, this remuneration is not to apply at all. when the title 1870. The Act is a matter of municipal provision, and lays has been deduced or investigated by such solicitor on the down the principles for preserving neutrality which the Governoccasion of a recent sale, purchase, or mortgage.” In the case ment of Great Britain will enforce against British subjects. Th9 of completed transfers, charges, exchanges, and partitions of rules are a matter of international provision, and declare the land (whether registered with an absolute, qualified, or possos principles which ought to secure the observance of neutrality by sory title), or of a registered charge where no title outside the either Great Britain or the United States in cases where the register is investigated, the romuneration of the solicitor is to be l other party is ongaged in hostilities. In the matter of munici