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SCHEDULE 3E+W+S+N.I. Increase of Fines

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Part IE+W+S+N.I. Increase of fines fixed by enactments

EnactmentDescription of OffenceOld fine or maximum fineNew maximum fine
The London Hackney Carriage Act 1831, c. 22.
Section 35Cab driver refusing to go with any person desirous of hiring.£2£10
F11. . .
The Game (Scotland) Act 1832, c. 68.
Section 1Day trespass in pursuit of game, etc.£2, or £5 if in disguise or in group of five or more£20 or £50 respectively.
The Highway Act 1835, c. 50
Section 72Miscellaneous offences on the highway, including riding on the footpath, tethering animals and damaging or obstructing the highway.£2£10
Section 78Miscellaneous offences by drivers of carriages on the highway, including negligent and furious driving and failing to keep to the left.£5 where the driver is not the owner, and £10 where he is the owner.£20
The Metropolitan Police Act 1839, c. 47
Section 44Keepers of refreshment houses permitting drunkenness, disorderly conduct, etc., on the premises. £5£20
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
. . . F13. . . F13. . . F13. . . F13
F11. . .
The London Hackney Carriages Act 1843, c. 86.
Section 10Persons acting as drivers without licences and tickets, transferring or lending licences and tickets and proprietors suffering unlicensed persons to act as drivers.£5 except for offences by proprietors and £10 for offences by proprietors.£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.
Section 14False representations, etc., in connection with applications for licences.£5£50
Section 17Failure by driver to wear ticket. £2£10
Section 33Miscellaneous offences by cab drivers including loitering, causing obstruction and overcharging.£ 1£10
F14. . .F14. . .F14. . .F14. . .
The Harbours, Docks, and Piers Clauses Act 1847, c. 27.
Section 28Unjustified claims for exemption from harbour rates.£10£50
Section 38Masters of ships giving no account, or false account, of cargo unshipped.£10£50
Section 39Shippers of goods giving no account, or false account, of cargo shipped.£10£50
The Towns Improvement Clauses Act 1847, c. 34.
Section 65Occupier failing after notice to mark house with approved number or to renew approved number thereon.£2£20
The Cemetries Clauses Act 1847, c.65
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
Section 59Playing games, etc., discharging firearms, disturbing persons assembled for burial, or committing nuisance in cemetary.£5£10
The Town Police Clauses Act 1847, c. 89.
Section 21Contravention of orders made for regulating traffic and preventing obstruction in streets. £2£20
Section 28Miscellaneous offences in thoroughfares, including obstruction, furious driving and discharging firearms.£2£20
Section 35Keepers of refreshment houses harbouring prositutes and thieves.£5£20
Section 40Mis-statements and omissions in applications for hackney carriage licences.£10£20
Section 45Plying for hire without a licence.£2£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.
Section 47Persons acting as cab drivers without a licence, lending licences and proprietors employing unlicensed drivers. £1£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.
Section 53Cab driver refusing to drive. £2£10
Section 58Cab proprietor or driver overcharging. £2£10
The London Hackney Carriage Act 1853, c. 33.
Section 11Failure by drivers and others to hand in property left in cabs and omnibuses.£2£10
Section 17Miscellaneous offences by drivers and conductors, including overcharging and refusing passengers or luggage.£2£10
Section 19Offences for which no specific penalty is imposed.£2£10
The Inclosure Act 1857, c. 31.
Section 12Damaging or causing nuisances on town and village greens.£2£20
The Ecclesiastical Courts Jurisdiction Act 1860, c. 32.
Section 2Riotous or indecent behaviour in churches, burial grounds, etc., and harassing authorised preachers. £5£20
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
The Poaching (Prevention) Act 1862, c. 114.
Section 2Simple poaching£5£50
F15. . .
F15. . .F15. . .F15. . .F15. . .
The Trespass (Scotland) Act 1865, c. 56.
Section 4Miscellaneous offences of trespass.£1 for a first offence and £2 for a second or subsequent offence.£10
The Metropolitan Streets Act 1867, c. 134.
Section 6Obstruction by unnecessary deposit of goods, etc., on footways, etc. £2£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.
Section 9Displaying unapproved advertisements.10s. 0d.£10
The Metropolitan Public Carriage Act 1869, c. 115.
Section 7Unlicensed hackney carriage plying for hire or using cab stand.£5 for every day when carriage plies for hire or for every occasion when found on the stand.£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.
Section 8Driving hackney or stage carriage when unlicensed.£2£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.
The Tramways Act 1870, c. 78.
Section 51Non-payment of fares £2£20
The Explosives Act 1875, c. 17.
Section 31Sale of gunpowder to child apparently under thirteen. £5£20
Section 33Contravention of general rules as to packing of gunpowder for conveyance.£20£100
Section 80Throwing fireworks in the street.£5£20
The Post Office (Protection) Act 1884, c. 76.
Section 11(a) Forgery, etc., of telegram.£10£100
(b) Improper disclosure of telegram by employee of telegraphic company.£20£100
. . . F16. . . F16. . . F16. . . F16
The Infectious Diseases (Notification) Act 1889, c. 72.
Section 3(2)Failure to notify notifiable disease.£2£10
. . . F17. . . F17. . . F17. . . F17
The Military Lands Act 1892, c. 43.
Section 17Contravention of byelaws £5£20
F18. . .
The Uniforms Act 1894, c. 45.
Section 2Wearing a military uniform, etc., without authority. £5£50
Section 3Wearing a military or naval uniform, etc., without authority in a manner likely to bring contempt on the uniform, or employing another for that purpose.£10£50
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
The London Cab Act 1896, c. 27.
Section 1Hirer defrauding cab driver.£2£10
The Public Health (Scotland) Act 1897, c. 38.
Section 22 (as extended by section 1(5) of the M1Noise Abatement Act 1960).Causing or negligently allowing nuisances. £5£20
Section 40Failure to comply with notice requiring houses in filthy state to be purified.10s. 0d. for each day on which offence continues.£20
Section 56Exposure by any person of others to risk of infection by himself or by a person in his care, and transmitting or exposure of infectious articles. £5£10
Section 163Offences for which no pecuniary penalty is provided, obstruction of persons executing Act, and contravention of regulations. £5£10 for a first offence and £20 for a second or subsequent offence.
The Dogs Act 1906, c. 32.
Section 6Allowing carcasses of cattle to lie unburied in field to which dogs have access. £2£10
. . . F19. . . F19. . . F19. . . F19
The Public Health Acts Amendment Act 1907, c. 53.
Section 94Letting for hire or carrying passengers in an unlicensed pleasure boat or exceeding authorised number of passengers. £2£50
The Commons Act 1908, c. 44.
Section 1(2)Owner turning out animal on a common in contravention of regulations and any person obstructing execution of regulations. £2£20
. . . F20. . . F20. . . F20. . . F20
The Perjury Act 1911, c. 6.
Section 3 (as extended and amended by section 28(1) and (3) of the M2Criminal Justice Act 1925).Making false oaths and statements with reference to marriages.£50£100
Section 4 (as amended by section 28(2) and (3) of the Criminal Justice Act 1925).Making false statements with reference to births and deaths.£50£100
. . . F21. . . F21. . . F21. . . F21
. . . F22. . . F22. . . F22. . . F22
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
The Ferries (Acquisition by Local Authorities) Act 1919, c. 75.
Section 4Fraudulent claims for exemption from payment of tolls.£10£20
The Land Settlement (Scotland) Act 1919, c. 97.
Section 22(2)Damaging crops in allotments.£5£20
The Census Act 1920, c. 41.
Section 8(1)Miscellaneous offences including making a false declaration, delivering a false document and giving a false answer.£10£50
F23. . .
The Law of Property Act 1925, c. 20
Section 193(4)Unauthorised driving, camping, etc., on common land. £2£20
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
The Criminal Justice Act 1925, c. 86.
Section 37Unlawful possession of pension documents as securities for debts.£20£100
Section 38(1)Making or using imitation bank notes.£5£20
Section 38(2)Refusal by person whose name appears on an imitation bank note to give name and address of printer.£10£20
. . . F24. . . F24. . . F24. . . F24
The Parks Regulations (Amendment) Act 1926, c. 36.
Section 2(1)Contravention of regulations. £5£20
The Births and Deaths Registration Act 1926, c. 48.
Section 1Disposal of body without a registrar’s certificate or coroner’s order.£10£20
Section 4Removal of body out of England without complying with the relevant requirements.£10£50
Section 11Contravention of other provisions of Act.£2£10
The Auctions (Bidding Agreements) Act 1927, c. 12.
Section 1Dealer giving or any person accepting reward for abstention from bidding.£100£400
The Superannuation and Other Trust Funds (Validation) Act 1927, c. 41.
Section 7Default in complying with requirements of Act, including requirements as to accounts and reports. £5£10
The Agricultural Produce (Grading and Marking) Act 1928, c. 19.
Section 2(3)Forgery of grade designation marks and similar offences.£20£100
Section 2(4)Unauthorised use of grade designation marks.£20£100
Section 3Selling or exposing for sale unmarked preserved eggs.£5 for a first offence and £20 for a second or subsequent offence.£20 for a first offence and £100 for a second or subsequent offence.
Section 4(2) as amended by section 23 of the M3Agriculture (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1963.Miscellaneous offences connected with the storage and marking of eggs.£5 for the first offence and £20 for a second or subsequent offence.In the case of an offence under paragraph (c) £20, and in any other case £20 for a first offence and £100 for a second or subsequent offence.
F11. . .
F25. . .
. . . F26. . . F26. . . F26. . . F26
The Agricultural Produce (Grading and Marking) Amendment Act 1931, c. 40.
Section 4(1)Use of mark or description calculated to deceive because of resemblance to grade designation mark.£20£100
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
The Children and Young Persons Act 1933, c. 12.
Section 5Giving intoxicating liquor, or causing it to be given, to a child under a five.£3£10
F27. . .F27. . .F27. . .F27. . .
Section 23 (as amended by section 64 (1) and Schedule 3 paragraph 5 to the M4Children and Young Persons Act 1963).Any person procuring or parent allowing person under sixteen to take part in dangerous public performances.£10 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.£50 for a first offence and £100 for a second or subsequent offence.
Section 24(1)Any person procuring or parent allowing person under twelve or unlicensed person under sixteen to be trained for dangerous performances.£5 for a first offence and £20 for a second or subsequent offence.£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
. . . F28. . . F28. . . F28. . . F28
F11. . .
[F29The Public Health Act 1936, c. 49.]
[F29Section 76(3)][F29Sorting over or disturbing dustbins or material deposited on a refuse tip.][F29£5][F29£10]
[F29Section 83(2)][F29Failure to comply with notice requiring cleansing of filthy or verminous premises.][F29£5][F29£20]
[F29Section 94(2)][F29Failure to abate or to remove danger of recurrence of nuisance.][F29£5][F29£20]
[F29Section 95(1) (both as originally enacted and as applied by s. 16(1) of the M5Clean Air Act 1956).][F29Contravention, etc., of nuisance order, including a smoke nuisance order.][F29£5 and in addition £2 for each day on which the offence continues after conviction thereof under the section as originally enacted, and £10 and £5 respectively under the section as s o applied.][F29£50 and in addition £5 for each day on which the offence continues after conviction thereof.]
. . . F30. . . F30. . . F30. . . F30
Section 246Offences in connection with common lodging houses, including failure to keep premises suitably equipped and false statements in application for registration. £5£10
Section 269(7)Contravention of provisions and conditions of licences as to keeping and use of movable dwellings.£5£20
Section 288Obstruction of persons executing Act or subordinate instruments.£5 and in addition £5 for each day on which the offence continues after conviction thereof.£10 for a first offence and £20 for a second or subsequent offence.
The Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937, c. 37.
Section 16Giving intoxicating liquor, or causing it to be given, to a child under five. £3£10
Section 21(1)(as amended by Schedule 4 to the M6Education (Scotland) Act 1945).Vagrant preventing child or young person from receiving education.£ 1£10
Section 33 (as amended by Schedule 3 to the M7Children and Young Persons Act 1963).Any person procuring or parent allowing person under sixteen to take part in dangerous public performances.£10 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.£50 for a first offence and £100 for a second or subsequent offence.
Section 34(1)Any person procuring or parent allowing person under twelve or unlicensed person under sixteen to be trained for dangerous performances.£5 for a first offence and £20 for a second or subsequent offence.£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.
Section 76(5)Failure to comply with order to produce a child or young person to be sent to an approved school.£ 5£20
Section 86(5)Failure to comply with order to produce a child or young person who has escaped from an approved school.£ 5£20
Section 91(7)Failure of person making payments under a contribution order to notify change of address to recipient. £2£10
Section 92(2)(b)Failure to notify change of address by a father making payments under a decree for aliment to a person entitled by virtue of a contribution order. £2£10
F31. . .F31. . .F31. . .F31. . .
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
F32. . .F32. . .F32. . .F32. . .
F33. . .F33. . .F33. . .F33. . .
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
. . . F34. . . F34. . . F34. . . F34
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
The Marriage Act 1949, c. 76.
Section 76(2)Refusal or failure to make and deliver a copy of entries in the marriage register book or a certificate that no entries have been made.£10£20
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
. . . F35. . . F35. . . F35. . . F35
The National Parks Act 1949, c. 97.
Section 57Erecting a misleading notice likely to deter the public from using a public footpath.£ 5£20
. . . F36. . . F36. . . F36. . . F36
. . . F37. . . F37. . . F37. . . F37
. . . F38. . . F38. . . F38. . . F38
. . . F39
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
. . . F39. . . F39. . . F39. . . F39
. . . F40
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
. . . F40. . . F40. . . F40. . . F40
The Prison Act 1952, c. 52.
Section 40Unlawful introduction of liquor or tobacco into prison.£20£50
Section 41Unlawful conveyance of letters or other articles into prison.£10£50
F11. . ..
The Prevention of Crime Act 1953, c. 14.
Section 1(1)Carrying an offensive weapon in a public place without lawful authority or reasonable excuse.£50£200
The Births and Deaths Registration Act 1953, c. 20.
Section 36Failure to give information and similar offences. £2In the case of an offence under paragraph (c), £20 and in any other case £10.
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
F41. . .
F41. . .F41. . .F41. . .F41. . .
F41. . .F41. . .F41. . .F41. . .
F41. . .F41. . .F41. . .F41. . .
F41. . .F41. . .F41. . .F41. . .
F41. . .F41. . . .F41. . .F41. . .
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
. . . F42. . . F42. . . F42. . . F42
The Pharmacy Act 1954, c. 61.
F43. . .F43. . . ”F43. . .F43. . .
Section 20(2)Forgery or imitation of a certificate issued under the Pharmacy Acts.£20£100
Section 20(3)Failure to surrender certificate of registration. £5£10
. . . F44. . . F44. . . F44. . . F44
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
The Affiliation Proceedings Act 1957, c. 55.
Section 9(2)Failure by putative father to notify change of address.£2£10
The Matrimonial Proceedings (Children) Act 1958, c. 40.
Section 10(6)Parent’s failure to give address for time being to local authority having his child in care. £5£10
The Agricultural Marketing Act 1958, c. 47.
Section 6(6)Sale of regulated product by producer in contravention of a scheme under the section.£5 and an additional fine not exceeding half the price at which the product was sold subject to a limit of £100 on the fines which may be imposed for any one offence under the subsection.£20 and an additional fine not exceeding half the price at which the product was sold subject to a limit of £200 on the fines which may be imposed for any one offence under the subsection.
Section 45(6)Failing to give information or giving false information to an agricultural marketing board.£20£50
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
. . . F45. . . F45. . . F45. . . F45
. . . F46. . . F46. . . F46. . . F46
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
The Indecency with Children Act 1960, c. 33.
Section 1(1)Indecent conduct with or towards child under fourteen.£100£400
. . . F47. . . F47. . . F47. . . F47
F11. . .
. . . F48. . . F48. . . F48. . . F48
. . . F49. . . F49. . . F49. . . F49
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
. . . F50. . . F50. . . F50. . . F50
The Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1965, c. 12.
Section 61Failing to give required notices, etc., or to furnish required information, and making false returns. £5£10
. . . F12
. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12. . . F12
The Forestry Act 1967, c. 10.
Section 30(5)Failure to give information or making misstatements as to interests in land. £5£10
Section 46(5)Offences against byelaws.£10 in the case of byelaws for the New Forest and £5 in other cases.£20 in all cases.
Section 48(3)Obstruction of officers of Forestry Commissioners.£5£20
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F11Sch. 3 Pt. I: entries relating to 1 & 2 Wm. 4 c. 43, the Pound-breach Act 1843, the Slaughter of Animals (Scotland) Act 1928, the Local Governement Act 1933, the Prisons (Scotland) Act 1952 and the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1960 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt. I, Group 1

F14Entries in Sch. 3 Pt. I repealed (15.7.1992) by Transport and Works Act 1992 (c. 42), s. 68(1), Sch. 4 Pt. I; S.I. 1992/1347, art. 2, Sch.

F15Sch. 3 Pt. I: entry repealed (26.3.2001) by S.I. 2001/1149, art. 3(2), Sch. 2 (with art. 4(11))

F18Sch. 3 Pt. I: entry relating to the Burgh Police (Scotland) Act 1892 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt. X, Group 2

F23Sch. 3 Pt. I: entry relating to the Allotments Act 1922 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt. III

F25Sch. 3 Pt. I: entry relating to the Petroleum (Consolidation) Act 1928 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt. VII

F27Sch. 3 Pt. I: entry relating to s. 10 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 repealed (1.10.1993) by 1993 c. 35, ss. 303(4), 307(1), 307(3), Sch. 19 para. 40, Sch. 21 Pt. I; S.I. 1993/1975, art. 9, Sch. 1

F29Entry relating to Burgh Police (Scotland) Act 1892, (c. 55) repealed (prosp.) by Controll of Pollution Act 1974 (c. 40), s.108, Sch. 4

F31Sch. 3 Pt. I: entries relating to the Trade Marks Act 1938 repealed (31.10.1994) by 1994 c. 26, s. 106(2), Sch. 5; S.I. 1994/2550, art. 2

F32Sch. 3 Pt. I: entry relating to the Education Act 1944 repealed (1.11.1996) by 1996 c. 56, ss. 582(2), 583(2), Sch. 38 Pt. I (with ss. 1(4), 561, 562, Sch. 39)

F33Sch. 3 Pt. I: entry relating to s. 40(1) of the Education Act 1944 repealed (1.10.1993) by 1993 c. 35, ss. 303(4), 307(1), 307(3), Sch. 19 para. 40, Sch. 21 Pt. I; S.I. 1993/1975, art. 9, Sch. 1

F41Sch. 3 Pt. I: entries repealed (26.3.2001) by 2000 c. 26, s. 130(1), Sch. 9; S.I. 2001/878, art. 2, Sch. (subject to transitional provisions in arts. 3-17)

F43Sch. 3 Pt. I: entry relating to s. 19(3) of the Pharmacy Act 1954 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt. XII

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Part IIE+W+S+N.I. Increase of Limit on Fines which may be imposed by Subordinate Instruments

EnactmentDescription of OffenceOld maximum fineNew maximum fine
The Harbours, Docks and Piers Clauses Act 1847, c. 27.
Section 84Contravention of byelaws. £5£50
The Dockyard Port Regulation Act 1865, c. 125.
Section 6Offences against port regulations.£10£50
The Metropolitan Public Carriage Act 1869, c. 115.
Section 10Contravention of regulations as to hackney and stage carriages. £2£20
The Tramways Act 1870, c. 78.
Section 47Contravention of byelaws regulating tramways and prohibiting nuisances on trams.£ 2£20
The Explosives Act 1875, c. 17.
Sections 11 and 19.Breach of special rules for regulation of workmen in gunpowder factories and stores.£2£20
Section 34Contravention of harbour authorities’ byelaws as to conveyance, loading and unloading of gunpowder.£20£100
Section 35Contravention of railway byelaws as to conveyance, loading and unloading of gunpowder.£20£100
Section 36Contravention of wharf byelaws as to loading and unloading of gunpowder.£20£100
Section 37Contravention of byelaws as to conveyance by road, etc., and loading and unloading of gunpowder.£20£100
The Public Health Act 1875. c. 55.
Section 183Contravention of local authority’s byelaws.£5£20
The Commons Act 1876, c. 56.
Section 16Contravention of byelaws for management, etc., of regulated pastures. £2£10
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The Harbours, Piers and Ferries (Scotland) Act 1937, c. 28.
Section 11(2)Contravention of byelaws relating to marine works, made under section 83 of the Harbours, Docks and Piers Clauses Act 1847, as applied by section 10 of the said Act of 1937. £5£50
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The Plant Health Act 1967, c. 8.
Section 3(4)(a)Contravention of orders made under section 3 for preventing the spread in Great Britain of the Colorado beetle.£100 for an offence against any such order of keeping or distributing live specimens of the beetle and £50 for other offences.£100 or, for an offence committed after a previous conviction of an offence against any such order, £200.
Section 3(4)(b)Contravention of other orders under section 3.£10 for a first offence against any such order and £50 for an offence committed after a previous conviction of an offence against that order.£100 or, for an offence committed after a previous conviction of an offence against any such order, £200.
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F51Sch. 3 Pt. II: entries relating to the Local Government Act 1933 and the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1947 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt.I, Group 1

Part IIIE+W+S Amendment of Section 24 of the Public Health (Scotland) Act 1897 (c.38)

In section 24 of the Public Health (Scotland) Act 1897 (failure to comply with decree and knowing infringement of interdict relating to nuisances under section 16, including nuisances under subsections (6) and (8) of that section arising from the conduct of factories, businesses, etc.) the provision imposing a penalty for such a failure or infringement shall have effect as if £20 were substituted for five pounds and £50 for ten pounds in the case of nuisances under the said subsection (6) or (8) of section 16, and as if £2 were substituted for ten shillings in respect of such a failure and £5 for twenty shillings in respect of such an infringement in the case of any other nuisance under that section.

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Section 92 and Parts I and II of this Schedule shall extend to Northern Ireland so far as they amend the following enactments:—

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F53Sch. 3 Pt. IV: entries repealed (26.3.2001) by S.I. 2001/1149, art. 3(2), Sch. 2 (with art. 4(11))

section 6 of the M8Dockyard Ports Regulation Act 1865;

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F54Sch. 3 Pt IV: entry relating to the Trade Marks Act 1938 repealed (31.10.1994) by 1994 c. 26, s. 106(2), Sch. 5; S.I. 1994/2550, art. 2

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sections 6(6) and 45(6) of the M12Agricultural Marketing Act 1958.

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SCHEDULE 4E+W Miscellaneous Amendments of Enactments relating to Criminal Appeal

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C2The text of Sch. 4 is in the form in which it was originally enacted: it was not reproduced in Statutes in Force and, except as specified, does not reflect any amendments or repeals which may have been made prior to 1.2.1991.

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The Administration of Justice Act 1960 (c. 65)E+W

24In section 4 (power to grant bail pending appeal to the House of Lords) as it applies to England and Wales,—E+W

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(b)in subsection (2) for the words “an appellant pending an appeal under section one of this Act in such proceedings” there shall be substituted the words “an appellant under section 1 of this Act, or a person applying for leave to appeal thereunder, pending the appeal”.

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25In section 4, as it applies to Northern Ireland—E+W

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26In section 5 (power to order detention of defendant pending appeal by Crown) as it applies to England and Wales and also as it applies to Northern Ireland,—E+W

(a)in subsection (1) after the word “bail” there shall be inserted the words “(which may be granted by the court as under section 4 above)” ;and

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30In section 9(3) (provision as to presence of defendant on hearing of appeal), as it applies to England and Wales, for the words “or rules of court as the case may be authorise” there shall be substituted the word “authorises”.E+W

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Section 102.

SCHEDULE 5E+W+STransitional Provisions and Savings

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F77Sch. 5 para. 1 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt.I, Group 1

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F78Sch. 5 para. 2 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt.I, Group 1

Prisoners sentenced to corrective training or preventive detentionE+W

3A person sentenced to corrective training or preventive detention in England and Wales who was or ought to have been detained in pursuance of his sentence immediately before the commencement of section 60 of this Act shall be treated for purposes of detention, release, recall and otherwise as having been sentenced to a term of imprisonment of the same length as the term of his original sentence and, if he was originally sentenced to preventive detention, he shall also be so treated as if an extended sentence certificate had been issued in respect of him.E+W

4A person sentenced to corrective training who immediately before the commencement of the said section 60 was subject to a licence under section 26 of the M13Prison Act 1952 (release on licence of prisoner sentenced to corrective training or preventive detention) shall be treated for all purposes as if his sentence had expired.E+W

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5A person sentenced to preventive detention who immediately before the commencement of the said section 60 was subject to a licence as aforesaid shall be treated for the purposes of Part III of this Act as if he had been released on licence under subsection (3)(a) of that section and as if the requirements specified in the licence under the said section 26 were conditions specified in a licence under the said paragraph (a).E+W

Release of prisoners, etc. on licenceE+W+S

6A person serving any part of a sentence of imprisonment after the commencement of section 67 of this Act, being a sentence which fell to be reduced under section 17(2) of the M14Criminal Justice Administration Act 1962 (duration of sentence), shall, for the purpose of determining under section 60(1) of this Act whether he has served one-third of his sentence, be treated as if any period spent in custody between conviction and sentence and taken into account under the said section 17(2) were included in his sentence and as if he had served that period as part of that sentence.E+W

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7A person sentenced to a term of imprisonment within the meaning of section 60 of this Act for eighteen months or more and subject immediately before the commencement of that section to a licence under section 25 of the M15Prison Act 1952 or section 20 of the M16Prisons (Scotland) Act 1952 (release on licence instead of remission in the case of prisoners under twenty-one) shall be treated as if he had been released on licence under section 60(3)(b) of this Act and as if the requirements specified in the licence under the said section 25 or 20 were conditions specified in a licence under the said paragraph (b).E+W+S

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8A person sentenced to a term of imprisonment for less than eighteen months and subject immediately before the commencement of the said section 60 to a licence under the said section 25 shall be subject to supervision under Schedule 1 to the M17Criminal Justice Act 1961 (supervision of persons released from detention centres) until the expiration of the period for which he would have been subject to supervision under the said section 25 and as if the requirements specified in the licence under the said section 25 had been specified in a notice given to him under that Schedule; and that Schedule and section 63(2) of this Act shall apply to any such person as they apply to a person mentioned in section 63(1) of this Act with the substitution for any reference in that Schedule to a period of twelve months from the date of a person’s release of a reference to the period between his release and the expiration of the time for which he would have been subject to supervision as aforesaid.E+W

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9Where a person was sentenced to a term of imprisonment for less than eighteen months and was immediately before the commencement of section 60 of this Act in prison by reason of having been recalled under the said section 25, the said Schedule 1 and section 63(2) shall apply to him as they apply to a person mentioned in the said section 63(1) subject to the modification mentioned in the last foregoing paragraph, and he shall be treated for the purposes of that Schedule as if he had been recalled thereunder.E+W

10A person subject immediately before the commencement of section 61 of this Act to a licence under any of the following enactments, that is to say, section 27 of the M18Prison Act 1952, section 21 of the M19Prisons (Scotland) Act 1952 (persons serving imprisonment for life), section 53(4) of the M20Children and Young Persons Act 1933 or section 57(4) of the M21Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937 (young offenders convicted of grave crimes), shall be treated as if he had been released on licence under the said section 61 and as if the conditions contained in a licence under any of the said enactments had been specified in a licence under the said section 61 and, in the case of a person released after being sentenced under section 53(2) of the said Act of 1933 or section 57(2) of the said Act of 1937 to be detained otherwise than for life, as if a licence granted to him under the said section 61 had specified the date of the expiration of his sentence as the date until which the licence is to remain in force.E+W+S

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11Where any person sentenced to imprisonment for life or sentenced under section 53 of the M22Children and Young Persons Act 1933 or section 57 of the M23Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937 to be detained was notified before the commencement of section 61 of this Act that the Secretary of State proposed to release him under any enactment mentioned in the last foregoing paragraph, the Secretary of State may release him on licence under the said section 61, whether or not recommended to do so by the Parole Board or the Parole Board for Scotland.E+W+S

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12Any person who immediately before the commencement of sections 60 to 62 or section 69 of this Act was unlawfully at large or liable to be arrested without warrant under any enactment superseded by any provision of those sections shall, so long as he is at large, be (or continue to be) unlawfully at large.E+W+S

Non-payment of fines, etc.E+W+S

13Notwithstanding anything in this Act, sections 69 and 70 of the M24Magistrates’ Courts Act 1952, as in force immediately before the commencement of sections 44 to 46 of this Act, shall continue to apply, and the last-mentioned sections shall not apply, to a sum adjudged to be paid by a conviction of a magistrates’ court if before the commencement of the last-mentioned sections a magistrates’ court has fixed a term of imprisonment for default in paying that sum.E+W

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14Section 93 of this Act shall not apply to a term of imprisonment to be served by a defaulter which has been fixed or imposed before the commencement of that section.E+W+S

Legal aidE+W

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F79Sch. 5 para. 15 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt.I, Group 1

F8016. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E+W

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F80Sch. 5 para. 16 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt.I Group 1

Criminal appealsE+W

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F81Sch. 5 para. 17 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1 Pt.I Group 1

Section 103.

SCHEDULE 6E+W+S+N.I. Minor and Consequential Amendments

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C3The text of Sch. 6 and Sch. 7 is in the form in which it was originally enacted: it was not reproduced in Statutes in Force and, except as specified, does not reflect any amendments or repeals which may have been made prior to 1.2.1991.

The Vagrancy Act 1824 (c. 83)E+W

1In section 5 (committal of incorrigible rogues to quarter sessions) for the words from “to the house of correction” onwards there shall be substituted the words “to quarter sessions, either in custody or on bail”.E+W

2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F82E+W

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3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F83E+W

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4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F84E+W

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The Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (c. 12)E+W

5In section 55(4) (manner in which fine, etc., ordered to be paid by parent or guardian of young offender may be recovered) the words “by distress or imprisonment” shall be omitted.E+W

6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F85E+W

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7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F86E+W

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The Prison Act 1952 (c. 52)E+W

8In section 43(4)(a) (application of provisions of that Act) for the words from “subsections”, where it first occurs to “thirty” there shall be substituted the words “section twenty-eight”.E+W

9—13.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F87E+W

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The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1952 (c. 55)E+W

14In section 72A(2) (court of summary jurisdiction in Scotland to be specified in a transfer of fine order) for the words “twenty Pounds or more” there shall be substituted the words “more than fifty pounds or is a fine originally imposed by a court of assize or quarter sessions”.E+W

15In section 72A(3) (termination of functions of convicting court) for the words “convicting court” there shall be substituted the words “court which made the order”.E+W

16In section 72B (powers of magistrates’ court under transfer of fine order from Scotland) there shall be added the following subsection:—E+W

(3)Where a transfer of fine order under section 44 of the Summary Jurisdiction (Scotland) Act 1954 provides for the enforcement in a petty sessions area in England and Wales of a fine originally imposed by a court of assize or quarter sessions, a magistrates’ court acting for that area shall have all the like functions under this Part of this Act, exercisable subject to the like restrictions, as if it were the magistrates’ court by which payment of the fine fell to be enforced by virtue of section 44(3) of the Criminal Justice Act 1967 and as if any order made under the said Act of 1954 in respect of the fine before the making of the transfer of fine order had been made by that court.

17—20. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F88E+W

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The Summary Jurisdiction (Scotland) Act 1954 (c. 48)E+W

[F8921Section 44 (transfer of fine orders within and from Scotland) shall be amended as follows, that is to say—E+W

(a)in subsection (2) for the words “fine was imposed” there shall be substituted the words “order is made”;

(b)in (3) for the words “ imposing the fine” there shall be substituted the words “ which made the order”; and

(c)at the end there shall be added the following subsection—

(5)Where a transfer of fine order under section 72A of the Magistrates’Courts Act 1952 or this section provides for the enforcement by a sheriff court in Scotland of a fine imposed by court of assize or quarter sessions, the proviso to the last foregoing subsection shall not apply, but the term imprisomnment which may be imposed under this Act shall be the term fixed in pursuance of section 47 of the Criminal Justice Act 1967 by that court of assize or quarter sessions or a term which bears the same proportion to the term so fixed as the amount of fine remaining due bears to the amount of the fine imposed by that court, notwithstanding that the term exceeds the period applicable to the case under section 49(1) of this Act.]

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22. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F90E+W

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The Criminal Justice Act 1961 (c. 39)E+W+S+N.I.

24For section 32(2) (enactments about supervision and recall of persons released from prison which are to apply throughout the United Kingdom, etc.), there shall be substituted the following subsection:—E+W+S+N.I.

(2)The following are the enactments extended by this section, that is to say :—

(a)section 45 of the Prison Act 1952 ;

(b)sections 19 and 33 of the Prisons (Scotland) Act 1952 ;

(c)section 55(4) of the Children and Young Persons Act (Northern Ireland) 1950 ;

(d)sections 20, 21, 22 and 23 of the Prison Act (Northern Ireland) 1953, and Schedules 1, 2 and 3 to that Act ;

(e)section 13 of and Schedule I to this Act ;

(f)sections 11, 12 and 14 of the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1963 and Schedule 1 to that Act ; and

(g)sections 60 to 63 of the Criminal Justice Act 1967.

25In section 40 (Northern Ireland) at the end there shall be added the following subsection—E+W+S+N.I.

(2)Any reference in this Act to an enactment of the Parliament of Northern Ireland, or to an enactment which that Parliament has power to amend, shall be construed, in relation to Northern Ireland as a reference to that enactment as amended by any Act that Parliament, whether passed before or after this Act,and to any enactment of that Parliament passed after this Act re-enacting the said enactment with or without modifications.

The Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1963 (c. 39)E+W+S

26In section 12(1) (supervision of persons released from young offenders institutions), after the word “more” there shall be inserted the words “but less than eighteen months”.E+W+S

27. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F92E+W+S

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The Forestry Act 1967 (c. 10)E+W

28In section 46(5)(c) (penalty for contravention of byelaws by the Forestry Commissioners) for the words “either case” there shall be substituted the words “the case of a continuing offence falling within either of the foregoing paragraphs”.E+W

SCHEDULE 7E+W+S+N.I. Enactments Repealed

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C4The text of Sch. 6 and Sch. 7 is in the form in which it was originally enacted: it was not reproduced in Statutes in Force and, except as specified, does not reflect any amendments or repeals which may have been made prior to 1.2.1991.

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ChapterShort TitleExtent of Repeal
3 Geo. 4. c. 46.The Levy of Fines Act 1822.The whole Act.
4 Geo. 4. c. 37.The Levy of Fines Act 1823.The whole Act.
5 Geo.4. c. 83.The Vagrancy Act 1824.In section 10, the words from “the house” to “general or”, and the word “further”.
6 Geo. 4. c. 50.The Juries Act 1825.In section 53, the words from “and every such sheriff” onwards.
3 & 4 Will. 4. c. 99.The Fines Act 1833.Sections 34 to 40.
Section 47.
2 & 3 Vict. c. 47.The Metropolitan Police Act 1839.In section 58, the words from the beginning to “and also”.
2 & 3 Vict. c. xciv.The City of London Police Act 1839.In section 37, the words from “every person” where first occurring to “and also”.
10 & 11 Vict. c. 89.The Town Police Clauses Act 1847.In section 29, the words from the beginning to “and also”.
12 & 13 Vict. c. 45.The Quarter Sessions Act 1849.Section 17.
16 & 17 Vict. c. 30.The Criminal Procedure Act 1853.In section 2, the words from “and if such recognizance” onwards.
22 & 23 Vict. c. 21.The Queen’s Remembrancer Act 1859.Sections 30 to 39.
35 & 36 Vict. c. 94.The Licensing Act 1872.In section 12, the words from “who in any highway” to “behaviour or”.
45 & 46 Vict. c. 50.The Municipal Corporations Act 1882.Section 222.
50 & 51 Vict. c. 71.The Coroners Act 1887.Section 19(4).
7 Edw. 7. c. 23.The Criminal Appeal Act 1907.In section 4(2), the words “and direct a judgment and verdict of acquittal to be entered”; and section 4(3);
Section 8.
In section 9, paragraphs (d) and (e) and the words from “and exercise” to the end of the section.
Section 10.
In section 11(1), the words “rules of court provide that he shall have the right to be present, or where”.
Section 12.
In section 15, in subsection (1), the words “relating to the proceedings in the court before which the appellant or applicant was tried” ; and subsection (5).
In section 17, the words “to assign legal aid to an appellant.”.
Section 18.
4 & 5 Geo. 5. c. 58.The Criminal Justice Administration Act 1914.Section 27.
15 & 16 Geo. 5. c. 49.The Supreme Court of Judicature (Consolidation) Act 1925.Section 29.
20 & 21 Geo. 5. c. 32.The Poor Prisoners’ Defence Act 1930.The whole Act.
20 & 21 Geo. 5. c. 45.The Criminal Appeal (Northern Ireland) Act 1930.In section 7(1), the word “convicted”.
23 & 24 Geo. 5. c. 12.The Children and Young Persons Act 1933.Section 53(4).
23 & 24 Geo. 5. c. 38.The Summary Jurisdiction (Appeals) Act 1933.Section 2.
Section 6.
1 Edw. 8 & 1 Geo. 6. c. 12.The Firearms Act 1937.In section 12(3), paragraph (c) and the words “in each case”.
11 & 12 Geo. 6. c. 58.The Criminal Justice Act 1948.Section 5(2) and (3).
In section 8, in subsection (4) the words “and dealt with” and in subsection (5) the words “and dealt with in respect”.
In section 9 (as substituted by the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1949), subsection (3) and in subsection (4) the words “to (3)”.
Section 14(2) from “and (subject” onwards.
Section 15
Section 20(5)(d).
Section 21.
Section 23.
Section 29(3)(d) and (5).
In section 37, in subsection (1) paragraphs (a) and (c) and in paragraph (b) the words “the High Court or” and in subsection (6) the word “(c)”.
Section 38(3) and (4).
In Schedule 5, paragraph 4(2) and the proviso to paragraph 5(1).
12, 13 & 14 Geo. 6. c. 51.The Legal Aid and Advice Act 1949.Part II.
12, 13 & 14 Geo. 6. c. 94.The Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1949.Section 7(3).
In Schedule 11, the amendment of section 23 of the Criminal Justice Act 1948.
14 & 15 Geo. 6. c. 46.The Courts-Martial (Appeals) Act 1951.Section 10.
Section 21(c).
15 & 16 Geo. 6. & 1 Eliz. 2. c. 48.The Costs in Criminal Cases Act 1952.Section 16(1) and (3).
Section 17(6).
15 & 16 Geo. 6. & 1 Eliz. 2. c. 52.The Prison Act 1952.In section 5(2)(c), the words from “with particulars” to the end of the section.
Section 15.
Section 18.
Section 25(2) to (6).
Section 26.
Section 27.
In section 43, in subsection (3)(b), the words “subsection (1) of section eighteen”, and in subsection (4)(b) the words “remand centres or”.
In section 47(4), paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) and in paragraph (d) the word “other”.
In section 49, the words “corrective training, preventive detention” in both places where they occur.
In section 52(2) the words from “and a draft” to “Act”, in the second place where it occurs.
15 & 16 Geo. 6. & 1 Eliz. 2. c. 55.The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1952.Section 4(2).
In section 15(2), proviso (a).
Section 69.
Section 70(1).
Section 113(2).
In section 114 subsection (1)(c) to (e) and subsection (2).
In Schedule 4, the following headings and all entries therein, that is to say, “Committal for trial”, “Summary trial”, “Conviction”, “Examination”, “Extradition Act 1873 (36 & 37 Vict. c. 60) s. 5”, “Information” and “Recognizance”; in the heading “Attendance” the words “or to take an examination elsewhere than in court”; in the heading “Copy” the first two entries and the word “other” in the third entry; in the heading “Order” the entry beginning “Order in case”; in the heading “Summons” the words from “to include” to “time”; in the heading “Warrant”, in the entry beginning “To commit”, the words “conviction or” in both places where they occur; and in the Note the words “for re-swearing any person to any examination, or”.
3 & 4 Eliz. 2. c. 18.The Army Act 1955.Section 99(2)
3 & 4 Eliz. 2. c. 19.The Air Force Act 1955.Section 99(2)
4 & 5 Eliz. 2. c. 34.The Criminal Justice Administration Act 1956.In section 19(1), the words “rules of court under the Criminal Appeal Act 1907 and”; and section 19(2), except as it applies to rules under the Indictment Act 1915.
4 & 5 Eliz. 2. c. 44.The Magistrates’ Courts (Appeals from Binding Over Orders) Act 1956.In section 1(2)(b) the words from the beginning to “aid) and”.
5 & 6 Eliz. 2. c. 29.The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1957.In proviso (iii) to section 1(2), the words from “and shall not” onwards.
6 & 7 Eliz. 2. c. 48.The Metropolitan Police Act 1839 (Amendment) Act 1958.The whole Act.
7 & 8 Eliz. 2. c. 72.The Mental Health Act 1959.In section 67(3), the words from “and the Poor” onwards.
Section 69.
8 & 9 Eliz. 2. c. 65.The Administration of Justice Act 1960.Section 5(2).
Section 6(2).
Section 8(1) and (2).
In section 9, subsection (1) subsection (4)(c).
In Schedule 1, paragraph 3(2).
9 & 10 Eliz. 2. c. 39.The Criminal Justice Act 1961.Section 20.
Schedule 3.
10 & 11 Eliz. 2. c. 15.The Criminal Justice Administration Act 1962.Section 17(2).
In Schedule 3, paragraph 3.
1963 c. 37.The Children and Young Persons Act 1963.In Schedule 1, paragraph 13.
1964 c. 42.The Administration of Justice Act 1964.Section 20.
1964 c. 43.The Criminal Appeal Act 1964.In section 2(4), the words from “Section 1” to “Court of Criminal Appeal; and”.
In paragraph 6 of Schedule 1, the words “or any enactment of the Parliament of Northern Ireland amending or replacing the said Part III”.
1964 c. 84.The Criminal Procedure (Insanity) Act 1964.In section 2, in subsection (4)(a), the words “8” and “18(1)”.
In section 3, the proviso to subsection (1); and in subsection (2) the words from “In relation to” to the end of the subsection.
1965 c. 44.The Firearms Act 1965.In section 9(2), the words from “and (b)” onwards.
1965 c. 71.The Murder (Abolition of Death Penalty) Act 1965.Section 2.
1966 c. 31.The Criminal Appeal Act 1966.In section 7(1), the words “at assizes or quarter sessions”.
1967 c. 58.The Criminal Law Act 1967.In Schedule 1, in Division II of List A, paragraph 5(c)(ii) and (iii).

Part IIE+W+S Repeals Extending to Scotland

ChapterShort TitleExtent of Repeal
4 & 5 Geo. 5. c. 58.The Criminal Justice Administration Act 1914.Section 27.
11 & 12 Geo. 6. c. 58.The Criminal Justice Act 1948.In section 9 (as substituted by the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1949), subsection (3) and in subsection (4) the words “to (3)”.
12, 13 & 14 Geo. 6. c. 94.The Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1949.Section 7(3).
In Schedule 11, the amendment of section 23 of the Criminal Justice Act 1948.
14 & 15 Geo. 6. c. 46.The Courts-Martial (Appeals) Act 1951.Section 21(c).
15 & 16 Geo. 6. and 1 Eliz. 2.The Prisons (Scotland) Act 1952.Section 20(2) to (6).
Section 21.
8 & 9 Eliz. 2. c. 65.The Administration of Justice Act 1960.In Schedule 1, paragraph 3(2).
1963 c. 39.The Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1963.In Schedule 5, the amendment of section 32(2) of the Criminal Justice Act 1961.
In Schedule 6, the reference to section 20(2) to (6) of the Prisons (Scotland) Act 1952.
1965 c. 44.The Firearms Act 1965.In section 9(2), the words from “and (b)” onwards.
1965 c. 71.The Murder (Abolition of Death Penalty) Act 1965.Section 2.

Part IIIE+W+N.I. Repeals Extending to Northern Ireland

ChapterShort TitleExtent of Repeal
4 & 5 Geo. 5. c. 58.The Criminal Justice Administration Act 1914.Section 27.
14 & 15 Geo. 6. c. 46.The Courts-Martial (Appeals) Act 1951.Section 10.
Section 21(c).
Section 5(2).
Section 6(2).
In Schedule 1, paragraph 3(2).
In Part I of Schedule 2, the modification of section 6.
1964 c. 43.The Criminal Appeal Act 1964.In paragraph 6 of Schedule 1, the words “or any enactment of the Parliament of Northern Ireland amending or replacing the said Part III”.
1966 c. 31.The Criminal Appeal Act 1966.In section 7(1), the words “at assizes or quarter sessions”.
1966 c. 20. (N.I.).The Criminal Justice Act (Northern Ireland) 1966.In section 16(3) the words from “In relation to” onwards.

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