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banker, or to any partnership or company not being a bank.
law and equity, and elsewhere, every such copy of ing partnership or company, sball be deemed to be a partner
extract so certified shall be received in evidence withwith the person or a member of the partnership or company
out proof of the signature thereto, or of the seal or borrowing such money, by reason of his receiving or being
office affixed thereto. entitled to receive a portion of the profits made by such per. 6. In the event of a borrower being adjudged a bankrupt, son, partnership, or company so borrowing, or a sum varying taking the benefit of the Insolvent Debtors Act, or dying in according to the amount of such profits, either in lieu of, or insolvent circumstances, or if such borrower is a company in in addition to, any interest for or on account of such loan, I the event of its being declared bankrupt, or of an order being or by reason of any agreement to bear any portion of the loss made for winding it up, a lender of a registered loan shall not which may be sustained by such person or partnership in any be entitled to receive any portion of his principal, or of the trade or business carried on by him or them.
profits, interest, or sum payable in respect of such loan, until 3. A loan shall be deemed to have been made in manner
the claims of the other creditors of the borrower have been authorised by this act whenever the following particulars in satisfied ; and in addition thereto he shall be liable to make respect thereof have been registered at the office for the regis. good to the other creditors of the borrower any deficiency of tration of joint-stock companies in London in cases where
assets to the extent of all sums of money or other benefit rethe borrower is resident in England, and at the office for the ceived by him during the year immediately preceding any such registration of joint-stock companies in Dublin in cases
event as aforesaid, on account of the principal of such loan, or where the borrower is resident in Ireland ; that is to say, on account of the profits, interest, or sum payable in respect
The name, place of business, and description of the of the same, but the principal of such loan which shall have lender :
been repaid shall be deemed to have been repaid within such The name, place of business, and description of the bor. year, unless the date of repayment shall appear by the register rower:
to have been prior to the period of such year. The amount of the loan :
7. No person employed by any person, partnership, or comThe proportion of profits, interest, or sum, varying ac. | pany, as agent, factor, servant, or in other like capacity, shall
cording to the amount of profits, payable in respect of be deemed to be a partner by reason of his receiving, in lieu of such loan :
or in addition to wages for his service, a portion of the profits, And if any material omission or misstatement is made in any
made by such person or partnership, or a sum varying accord.
ing to the amount of such profits. of the above particulars, such loan shall be deemed not to have
8. This act shall not apply to Scotland. been made in manner authorised by this act. 4. Whenever any variation is made in the amount of any
the ABSTRACT OF A BILL registered loan, or in the amount of the profits, interest, or sum payable in respect thereof, or whenever such loan is re
(Prepared and brought in by Mr. Fitzroy, Mr. Bouverie, and Viscount newed, such variation or renewal shall be deemed to consti.
For limiting the Liability of Members of certain Joint-stock tute a new loan, and to require registration accordingly. 5. The following rules shall be observed with respect to the
Companies. registration of loans :
Sect. 1. Any joint-stock company to be formed under the (1). The registrar shall provide proper books for the pur
r act of the 8 Vict. c. 110, (other than an insurance company), pose of registering such loans as aforesaid, but all
having a capital stock of the nominal amount of not less than
a entries therein shall be in such form as may from
20,0001., divided into shares of a nominal value not less than
251. each, may obtain a certificate of complete registration time to time be directed by the Lords of the Com. mittee of Privy Council for Trade, hereinafter called
with limited liability upon complying with the conditions fol. the Board of Trade :
lowing, in addition to doing all other matters and things now (2). Before registering any loan, the registrar shall require
required in order to obtain a certificate of complete registra. the production of the instrument for securing or
tion ; that is to say, manifesting the same, and the profits, interest, or
(1). The promoters shall state on their returns to the office sum payable in respect thereof, or such other evi.
for provisional registration that such company is prodence of such loan as he sball deem sufficient, and
posed to be formed with limited liability : shall stamp the instruments so produced with the
(2). The word “ limited” shall be the last word of the name seal of his office:
of the company: (3). In case of a loan, or any part thereof, being repaid, (3). The deed of settlement shall contain a statement to the registrar shall, on application being made to him,
the effect that the company is formed with limited and proof shewn of the fact, make an entry to that
liability : effect in the register book, specifying in such entry
(4). The deed of settlement shall be executed by sharethe date of the application ; and the date so entered
holders holding shares to the amount, in the aggre. shall for the purposes of this act be considered the
gate, of at least three-fourths of the nominal capital date of the repayment of the loan, or part of loan,
of the company, and there shall have been paid up as the case may be:
by each of such shareholders, on account of his (4). The registrar, if so required by the Board of Trade,
shares, not less than 201. per centum : shall, in the case of loans registered in England, ad.
(5). The payment of the above per-centage shall be acknow. vertise in the London Gazette, and in the case of
ledged in or indorsed on the deed of settlement, and loans registered in Ireland, advertise in the Dublin
the fact of the same having been bona fide so paid Gazette, the repayment of a loan, or any part
shall be verified by a declaration of the promoters, thereof, in such manner as the Board of Trade may
or any two of them, made in pursuance of the act direct:
made in the 6 Will. 4, c. 62: (5). There shall be charged in respect of the entry of any | And upon such conditions being complied with, and such other
registered loan, or of any such variation or discharge matters and things done, the registrar of joint-stock companies
a capital stock of the nominal amount of not less than (6). Every person may, on payment of a fee of 18., have 20,0001., may obtain a certificate of complete registration with
access to the registry books of loans, for the purpose limited liability, in manner and subject to the conditions fol.
hereinbefore mentioned with respect to joint-stock com said act of the 8 Vict. c. 110, shall obtain a certificate of complete panies seeking to obtain certificates of complete registra registration with limited liability, the grant of such certificate tion with limited liability; and upon compliance with such shall not prejudice or affect any right which previously to the conditions, the registrar shall grant to such company, hy grant of such certificate has accrued to any creditor or other its new name, a certificate of complete registration with person against the company in its corporate capacity, or limited liability; and thereupon all privileges and obli- against any person then being or having been a member of gations hereby attached to companies with limited liabi. such company, but every such creditor or other person shall lity, their shareholders, directors, and officers, shall attach be entitled to all such remedies against the company in its to the company named in such certificate, its shareholders, corporate capacity, and against every person then being or directors, and officers.
having been a member of such company, as he would have 3. Every company that has obtained a certificate of com. | been entitled to in case such certificate bad not been obtained. plete registration with limited liability shall paint or affix, and 9. No alteration made by virtue of this act in the name of sball keep painted or affixed, its name on the outside of every | any company shall prejudice or affect any right which preoffice or place in which the business of the company is carried / viously to such alteration has accrued to such company as on, in a conspicuous position, in letters easily legible, and against any other company or person, or which has accrued to shall have its name engraven in legible characters on its seal, any other company or person as against such company, but and shall have its name mentioned in legible characters in all every such company as against any other company or person, notices, advertisements, and other official publications of such and every other company or person as against such company company.
and the members thereof, shall be entitled to all such remedies 4. If such company do not paint or affis, and keep painted as they or he would have been entitled to if no such alteration or affixed, its name in the manner aforesaid, each of the di. had been made; and no such alteration shall abate or render rectors thereof shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding 31. defective any legal proceeding pending at the time when such for not so painting or affixing its name, and for every day
its name and for every day | alteration is made. during which such name is not so kept painted or affixed ; and
10. In the case of any company which has obtained a cerif any director or other officer of the company, or any person
tificate of limited liability, whenever, on taking the yearly on its behalf, use any seal purporting to be a seal of the com- accounts of such company, or by any tepe
| accounts of such company, or by any report of the auditors pany whereon its name is not so engraven as aforesaid, or issue
| thereof, it appears that three-fourths of the subscribed capital or authorise the issue of any notice, advertisement, or other stock of the company has been lost, or has become unavailable official publication relating to the business of the company, in the course of trade, or from the insolvency of shareholders, wherein its name is not mentioned in the manner aforesaid, he
or from any other cause, the trading and business of such comshall be liable to a penalty of 501.
pany shall forthwith cease, or shall be carried on for the sole 5. No increase to be made in the nominal capital of any purpose of winding up its affairs, and the
purpose of winding up its affairs, and the directors of such company that has obtained a certificate of complete registra
company shall forthwith take proper steps for the dissolution tion with limited liability shall be advertised or otherwise of such company, and for the winding up of its affairs, either treated as part of the capital of such company until it has by petition to the Court of Chancery, or by exercise of the been registered with the registrar of joint-stock companies ; powers of the deed of settlement, or by such other lawful and no such registration shall be made unless a deed is pro course as they may think most fit. duced to the registrar, executed by shareholders holding shares 11. If any company whose trading and business ought under of the nominal value of not less than 251., to the amount in the the last immediately preceding section of this act to have ceased aggregate of at least three-fourths of the proposed increased continues after that time to carry on any trading or business, capital of the company, nor unless it is proved to the registrar, except for the sole and bonâ fide purpose of winding up its by such acknowledgment and declaration as hereinafter men. affairs, every director of such company shall be liable to a tioned, that upon each of such shares there has been paid up penalty Liot exceeding 501. for every week during which such by the holder thereof an amount of not less than 201. per
business is so unlawfully carried on. . centum; and if any such increase of capital as aforesaid be 12. Every pecuniary penalty imposed in pursuance of this advertised or otherwise treated as part of the capital of the act shall be deemed a debt due to the Crown, and shall be company before the same has been so registered, every direc recoverable accordingly. tor of such company shall incur a penalty of 501., and the 13. This act shall, so far as is consistent with the contents payment of the above per-centage shall be acknowledged in or and subject-matter thereof, be taken as part of and construed indorsed on the deed so produced, and the fact of the same with the said act of the 8 Vict. c. 110, and the Il Vict. having been bonâ fide so paid shall be verified by a declaration c. 78; and all the provisions of the said acts, save in so far of the directors, or any two of them, made in pursuance of the
as they are varied by this act, shall apply to persons and said act made in the 6 Will. 4, c. 62.
companies applying for or obtaining a certificate of complete 6. The members of a joint-stock company which has so registration with limited liability obtained a certificate of complete registration with limited liabi.! 14, This act shall not apply to Scotland. lity, after such certificate is granted, notwithstanding the pro! 15. This act may be cited for all purposes as “The Limited visions contained in the said act of the 8 Vict. c. 110, shall not | Liability Act, 1855." be triable* under any judgment, decree, or order which shall be obtained against such company, or for any debt or en. gagement of such company, further or otherwise than is here
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. inafter provided.
Trinity Term.—18 VICTORIA.-June 7, 1855. 7. If any execution, either at law or in equity, shall have been issued against the property or effects of the company, and if there cannot be found sufficient whereon to levy such
This Court will, on Monday, the 18th day of June execution, then such execution may be issued against any of instant, and two following days, hold sittings, and will the shareholders to the extent of their shares respectively in at such sitting proceed in disposing of the cases rem
at such sitting proceed in disposing of the cases remainthe capital of the company not then paid up: prorided always, ing in the Special, Crown, and New Trial Papers; such that no such execution shall issue against any shareholder ex cases from the country as may remain in the New Trial cept upon an order of the court in which the action, suit, or Paper will be first taken. other proceeding shall have been brought or instituted, made
BY THE COURT. upon motion in open court, after sufficient notice in writing to the persons sought to be charged ; and upon such motion such court may order execution to issue accordingly; and for the
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. purpose of ascertaining the names of the shareholders, and the Trinity TERM.-18 VICTORIA.—June 6, 1855. amount of capital remaining to be paid upon their respective shares, it shall be lawful for any person entitled to any such This Court will. on Monday, the 25th day of June execution, at all reasonable times, to inspect the register of instant, hold a sitting, and will proceed to give judge shareholders without fee. 8. Where any company completely registered under the
ment in the cases that will then be standing over for
the consideration of the Court. * Sic,
wood, builder, June 29 at half past 11, London, aud. ac.
Abraham Pierpoint Shau, Devonshire-street, Bishopsgate. John Kitching, Clayton, Bradford, Yorkshire, manufac
street, printer, June 29 at 1, London, aud. ac.-W. A. Put. turer.
nam, Strand, china dealer, June 28 at half-past 12, London, aud. ac.-William Hoe, Bishopsgate-st., stationer, June 26 at
11, London, aud. ac.—John Wilson Davis, Deptford, grocer, TUESDAY, June 12.
June 28 at 11, London, aud. ac.-John Whitmore Jones and BANKRUPTS.
Thomas Carrier, Wolverhampton, hosiers, June 27 at half
past 10, Birmingham, aud. ac. -Richd. Underwood, Leicester, THOMAS SCULLY and EDWARD SCULLY, Curtain.
hosier, July 10 at 10, Nottingham, aud. ac.-John Henry oreditch, wholesale cheesemongers, June 21 at 1, Cheetham, Nottingham, lace manufacturer, July 10 at 10, and July 25 at half past 12, London: Off. Ass. Pennell; Nottingham, aud. ac.- James Hargreaves Nuttall, Liverpool, Sols. J. & W. Galsworthy, 12, Old Jewry-chambers, Lon. merchant, June 22 at 11, Liverpool, and, ac.; July 5 at 11, don.-Pet. f, June 7.
div.-Joseph Prescott, Liverpool, tea dealer, June 22 at 11, WILLIAM STRAHAN, Sir JOHN DEAN PAUL, Bart., Liverpool, aud. ac.; Jnly 5 at ll, div.-Wm. Shiers, Man.
and ROBERT MAKIN BATES, Strand, dealers and chester, paperhanger, June 25 at 12, Manchester, aud. ac.chapmen, also carrying on business in Norfolk-street, Strand, William Mather, Colin Mather, and John Tenney Nerostead, as nary agents, June 25 at 11, and July 26 at 12, London: Manchester and Salford, ironfounders, June 25 at 12, Man. Of. Ass. Bell; Sols. Laurance & Co., Old Jewry-chambers. chester, aud. ac.-- John Dyson, Sheffield, scythe manufacturer, - Pet. f. June 1l.
June 23 at 10, Sheffield, aud. ac.- Wm. Člarebrough, Shef. THOMAS MORSE, late of Little Newport-street, Newports field, mason, June 23 at 10, Sheffield, aud. ac.-H. Pearse, market, but now of North-terrace, South-street, Gros- Welwyn, Hertfordshire, and Finsbury-place South, London, Tenor-square, dealer and chapman, June 22 at 1, and July | merchant, July 3 at 1, London, div.-T. Tyler, Wood-street, 31 at 12, London : Off. Ass. Edwards ; Sol. Fitch, 23, ! Cheapside, warehouseman, July 3 at half-past 1, London, div.
Southampton-street, Bloomsbury.--Pet. f. June 9. 1-Henry George Cable, Goswell-street, Clerkenwell, draper, JOHN VOWE, Surrey-place, Old Kent-road, dealer and July 3 at 1, London, div.-Joseph Graham, Notting-hill.
chapman, June 22 at 2, and July 31 at 1, London : Off. / square, Notting-hill, hosier, July 3 at 11, London, div. - Jas. Ass. Lee; Sols. Sole & Co., 68, Aldermanbury.- Pet. f. Wilson, Princes-street, Hanover-square, tailor, July 3 at halfJune 6.
past 1, London, div.-Wm. Winch, Fountain-court, Strand, HERMANN BRIEBACH, Middlesex-street, Aldgate, and licensed victualler, and North-mews, Gray's-inn-lane, ivory
Mount-terrace, New-road, Whitechapel, dealer and chap- cutter, July 4 at 1, London, div.-Thomas Grist, Salisbury, man, June 21 at 1, and July 26 at 11, London: Off. Ass. clothier, July 3 at 1, London, div.-Edwin Stanley Brookes, Cannan; Sols. G. & E. Hilleary, 5, Fenchurch-buildings, | Loughborough, Leicestershire, hosier, July 10 at 10, NottingFenchurch-street.- Pet. f. June 2.
ham, aud. ac. and div.-Wm. Heskin Osborn, Leicester, wine WILLIAM DAVIS, Birmingham, shoe manufacturer, June merchant, July 10 at 10, Nottingham, aud. ac. and div.-
23 and July 20 at 11, Birmingham : Off. Ass. Whitmore; Richard Allcock, Nottingham, wine merchant, July 10 at 10, Sol. Hodgson, Birmingham.-Pet. d. June 9.
Nottingham, div.-William Critchley, Manchester, publican, ANTHONY BIRCH, Birmingham, dealer and chapman, July 6 at 12, Manchester, div.-George Rochester, Bishop
June 23 and July 20 at 11, Birmingham : Off, Ass. Bittle. Wearmouth, linendraper, July 4 at 12, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, ston; Sol, Hawkes, Birmingham.- Pet. d. June 7.
div.-Robert Roberts, Toxteth Park, near Liverpool, grocer, HENRY PEATY, Bristol, dealer and chapman, June 25 and July 4 at 11, Liverpool, div.---Jas. Stark Skipper, Liverpool,
July 24 at 11, Bristol: Off. Ass. Miller ; Sols. Henderson corn merchant, July 3 at 1l, Liverpool, div.-Thos. Davies, & Co., Bristol.-Pet. f. May 31.
Liverpool, merchant, July 4 at 11, Liverpool, div.
before the Day of Meeting, 20 and July 12 at 1, Exeter: Off. Ass. Hirtzel, Sols. Rooker & Co. Plymouth ; Stogdon, Exeter.-Pet. f. June 4.
William Lister, Great Queen-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, CHARLES RICHARDS, Wrexham, Denbighshire, draper,
| jewel-case maker, July 3 at half-past 12, London.-George Jane 22 and July 13 at ll, Liverpool: Off. Ass. Bird;
Hoffmann, Park-terrace, Park-road, Clapham, brewer, July 4 Sols. Evans & Son, Liverpool. - Pet. f. June 7.
at 1, London.-Charles Viner, Henry Viner, George Viner, ORLANDO THOMAS NĖWTON. Liverpool. spirit mer, and Joseph John Viner, Brighton and Lewes, plumbers, July
cbant and publican, June 25 at 12, and July 16 at 11. 15 at 12, London.- Isaac Hugh White Hunt, Reigate, Sussex, Liverpool : Off. Ass. Cazenove; Sols. Higson & Robinson,
builder, July 5 at half-past 12, London.-Henry Oborne Manchester; Littledale & Bardswell, Liverpool.-Pet. f.
Box, Dursley, Gloucestershire, woollendraper, July 13 at 11, Jane 7.
Bristol.--Wm. Henry Hayward, Devonport, tallow chandler, JOHN PARKER HALL the younger. Liverpool, drysalter July 9 at 11, Plymouth.-James Holmes, Lancaster, builder,
and shipowner. (trading under the style or firm of J. P., July 3 at 12, Manchester.-Betty Worsley and James Heys, Hall, jun., & Co.), June 25 and July 16 at 11. Liverpool: Helmshore, Dear Haslingden, Lancashire, cotton manufac. Off. Ass. Morgan; Sols. Neal & Martin, Liverpool. - Pet. turers, July 6 at 12, Manchester.-Joseph Bell, Little Bolton, f. June 6.
Lancashire, cotton spinner, July 5 at ), Manchester.-Michael JOSEPH JACKSON, Liverpool, dealer and chapman, June Wood and J. Wilding, Openshaw, Lancashire, boiler makers, 22 and July 19 at 11, Liverpool : Off, Ass. Turner; Sol.
Sol July 5 at 12, Manchester.-Wm. Partridge the elder, Bir. Greatley, Liverpool.- Pet. f. June 8.
mingham, builder, July 9 at half past 10, Birmingham.-Wm. ALBION PARIS DRESSER, Manchester, dealer and chap. Keates,
Keates, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ironmonger, July 9 at halfman, June 22 and July 13 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. past 10, Birmingham.
Manchester: Of A past 10, Birmingham.-Edward Weston, Dudley, WorcesterHernaman: Sols. Atkinsons & Last. Manchester.-Pet. f. shire, bosier, July 5 at half-past 11, Birmingham.-Joseph May 24.
Marsden, Balsall Heath, Worcestershire, licensed victualler, ALEXANDER PEAT, Manchester, dealer and chapman,
July 5 at half-past 10, Birmingham.-John Webber, BirmingJune 25 and July 17 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. 'Pott; I ham, grocer, July 5 at half-past 11, Birmingham.
Sols. Cobbett & Wheeler, Manchester.- Pet. f. June 9. ISAAC MOTTERSHEAD, Macclesfield, dealer and chap
To be granted, unless an Appeal be duly entered. man, June 27 and July 18 at 12, Manchester : Off. Ass. Joseph Clever and Caleb Stanger, Kent-wharf, Queen's. Fraser; Sols. Parrott & Co., Macclesfield.-Pet. f. June 8. road-bridge, Haggerstone, builders.-J. Morgan, Preston and
Catshaw, cotton spinner.-G. Williamson, Rochdale, cotton. MEETINGS.
cloth manufacturer.-Ralph Pickstone and Ambrose Mayall, Edward Logsdon, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, baker, June 23 | Hurst, Ashton-under-Lyne, cotton spinners.-James Hood, at half-past 12, London, aud. ac.-William Raven and Joseph Selby, Yorkshire, currier. Raden, Fish-street-hill, wholesale stationers, June 23 at 12, London, and, ac.-Stair Walker, Boundary-row, St. John's. I
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prevent further impositions upon the public, and serious injury ta Recently published, in 1 thick vol., 8vo., price 12. 108. cloth boards, .
myself. THE SECOND EDITION OF
E. R. BOND, Sole Executrix and Widow of the late John Bond, THE LAW of RAILWAYS, RAILWAY COMPANIES,
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Middlesex.-Saturday, June 16, 1855,
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Ordinary Commission paid.
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£75 16 0
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135 7 3 viz. 291. per cent.
63 6 6
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41 12 2
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139 8 1
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