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incapable of managing his own affairs, and the care and custody of the person and estate of the said A. B. hath been duly committed to
and whereas it hath been made to appear to me, that the yearly income from the estate of the said A. B. is insufficient for the maintenance and medical treatment of the said A. B. and that it would be for the benefit of the said A. B. that the lands and premises hereinafter mentioned should be sold for the support and maintenance of the said A. B.: I do, therefore, hereby order and direct you, that you do (after first giving thirty days' public notice thereof, pursuant to the provisions of the said Act in such case made and provided) set up and sell at public auction a certain piece of land of and belonging to the said A. B. situate [here describe the situation of the land to be sold] to the best purchaser or purchasers that can be got for the same, and that you do pay the proceeds arising from such sale (after deducting sheriff's poundage and other incidental expenses) into the treasury of this Island, to the credit of the said
the committee of the said A. B. pursuant to the provisions of the said statute. Dated this day of 185
J. K., Ch. or M. R.
FORM OF ATTACHMENT.
( Victoria, by the Grace of God, of the Prince Edward Island United Kingdom of Great Britain Attachment. County. and Ireland, Queen, Defender of
the Faith, &c., &c. To the Sheriff of County, greeting :
We command you that you, attach the goods and chattels belonging to A. B., a person of unsound mind, consisting of the following articles, to wit: (here enumerate the articles now alleged to be in the possession of C. D., within your bailiwick, and also to summon the said C. D. to appear before us in our Supreme Court of Judicature, to be holden at on the
then and there to answer E. F., the committee of the said A, B., touching the said goods and chattels. Hereof fail not to make due return of this writ, and your doings herein, according to law. Witness Edward James Jarvis, Esquire, at Charlottetown,
the day of in the year of our reign.
We lately tors and come to A.
( Victoria, by the Grace of God, of the Prince Edward Island, ) United Kingdom of Great Britain,
County.) and Ireland, Queen, Defender of
the Faith, &c. &c. To the Sheriff of County, greeting:
We command you that you summon C. D., alleged to be or lately to have been in possession of certain goods and chattels, effects and credits, to wit: here enumerate the articles of and belonging to A. B., a person of unsound mind, that the said C. D. may appear in his own proper person before us, in our Supreme Court of Judicature, to be holden at on the
then and there to answer E. F., committee of the said A. B., touching the said goods and chattels, effects and credits, as directed in and by an Act intituled “An Act to provide for the care and maintenance of idiots, lunatics, and persons of unsound mind;" and hereof fail not to make due return of this writ or summons, and your doings therein, according to law. Witness Edward James Jarvis, Esquire, at Charlottetown,
this day of in the year of our reign.
Charlottetown and the common thereof.
CAP. XXXVIII. An Act to incorporate a temperance hall company in Charlottetown.
This Act remains in force, but has been printed in the volume of private and local Acts, pursuant to directions of Act 24 Vic. c. 3.
Continued by 25 Vic. 6. —
divisions of the order of the sons of temperance in Prince
This Act remains in force, but has been printed in the volume of private and local Acts, pursuant to directions of Act 24 Vio. e. 3.
CAP. XL. An Act to amend an Act relating to statute labor for Char- Repealed by 24
Vic., c. 20. lottetown, its common and royalty, and also to nuisances in and about the same.
CAP. XLI. An Act to prevent the going at large of swine and geese at all continued and
amended by seasons, and of horses at certain seasons of the year, in the 20 Vic. square and streets of Georgetown.
B This Act remains in force, but has been printed in the volume of private and local Acts, pursuant to directions of Act 24 Vic., c. 3.
CAP. XLII. An Act relating to the alewives and other fisheries, and the Repealed by
appointment of protectors or overseers of fisheries, and 24 Vic. c. to prohibit the taking of salmon after a certain period of the year, and for certain purposes therein mentioned.
CAP. XLIII. An Act for appropriating certain moneys therein mentioned, Executed.
for the service of the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two.
Of suits, Act for preventing, 64.
do. in Chancery, 587.
Of females under 16 years of age, 323.
Oath of, imposed on Roman Catholics, abolished, 521.
(See Debtor,) 36 et seq.
Confirmation of certain sales of land, made under proceedings against, 350.
In Chancery, 587.
Service of nonbailable process, how effected, in certain cases, 763, 516.
To felony, before the fact, 311.
do. after the fact, 312.
Where same may be tried, 713
Act for compensating families of persons killed by, 519.
Limitation of action, for compensation, ib.
Of title to land in writing, 361.
Of trespass, debt, &c., six years, 51.
Against officer under 12 Vic. c. 22, 632.
When right of entry deemed to accrue, ib.
do. do. from year to year, ib.