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SCHEDULE 1S Offences Against Children Under the Age of 17 Years to which Special Provisions Apply

(a)Any offence under the [F1M1Sexual Offences (Scotland) Act 1976]

[F2(aa)any offence under section 80(7) of the M2Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1980 (commission of a homosexual act in certain circumstances).]

F3(b). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(c)Any offence under section 12, F4. . . 15, 22 or 33 of the M3Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937.

(d)Any other offence involving bodily injury to a child under the age of 17 years.

[F5(e)any offence involving the use of lewd, indecent or libidinous practice or behaviour towards a child under the age of 17 years.]

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[F7SCHEDULE 3S Composition of Juries]

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F7Sch. 3 repealed (31.3.1996 subject to transitional provisions and savings in the commencing S.I.) by 1995 c. 20, s.117(1), Sch. 7 Pt. I; S.I. 1996/517, arts. 3(2), 4-6, Sch. 2

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SCHEDULE 5S Discharge and Amendment of Probation Orders

DischargeS

1A probation order may on the application of the officer supervising the probationer or of the probationer be discharged—S

(a)by the appropriate court, or

(b)if no appropriate court has been named in the original or in any amending order, by the court which made the order.

AmendmentS

2(1)If the court by which a probation order was made, or the appropriate court is satisfied that the probationer proposes to change or has changed his residence from the area of a local authority named in the order to another area of a local authority, the court may, and if application is made in that behalf by the officer supervising the probationer shall, by order, amend the probation order by—S

(a)substituting for the area named therein that other area, and

(b)naming the appropriate court to which all the powers of the court by which the order was made shall be transferred and shall require the local authority for that other area to arrange for the probationer to be under the supervision of an officer of that authority.

(2)The court to be named as the appropriate court in any amendment of a probation order in pursuance of the last foregoing subparagraph shall be a court exercising jurisdiction in the place where the probationer resides or is to reside and shall be a sheriff court or district court according to whether the probation order was made by a sheriff court or district court:

Provided that—

(i)

if there is no district court exercising jurisdiction in the said place the court to be so named shall be the sheriff court; and

(ii)

if the probation order contains requirements which in the opinion of the court cannot be complied with unless the probationer continues to reside in the local authority area named in the order, the court shall not amend the order as aforesaid, unless in accordance with the following provisions of this Schedule, it cancels those requirements or substitutes therefor other requirements which can be so complied with.

(3)Where a probation order is amended under this paragraph, the clerk of the court amending it shall send to the clerk of the appropriate court four copies of the order together with such documents and information relating to the case as the court amending the order considers likely to be of assistance to the appropriate court, and the clerk of that court shall send one copy of the probation order to the local authority of the substituted local authority area and two copies to the officer supervising the probationer one of which the supervising officer shall give to the probationer.

(4)The foregoing provisions of this paragraph shall, in a case where the probation order was made by the High Court, have effect subject to the following modifications—

(a)the court shall not name an appropriate court, but may substitute for the local authority named in the order, the local authority for the area in which the probationer is to reside;

(b)the Clerk of Justiciary shall send to the [F11chief social work officer]of that area in which the probationer is to reside three copies of the amending order together with such documents and information relating to the case as is likely to be of assistance to the [F11chiefsocial work officer], and the [F11chief social work officer] shall send two copies of the amending order to the officer supervising the probationer, one of which the supervising officer shall give to the probationer.

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3Without prejudice to the provisions of the last foregoing paragraph, the court by which a probation order was made or the appropriate court may, upon application made by the officer supervising the probationer or by the probationer, by order amend a probation order by cancelling any of the requirements thereof or by inserting therein (either in addition to or in substitution for any such requirement) any requirement which could be included in the order if it were then being made by that court in accordance with the provisions of sections 183, 184, 384 and 385 of this Act:S

Provided that—

(a)the court shall not amend a probation order by reducing the probation period, or by extending that period beyond the end of three years from the date of the original order;

(b)the court shall not so amend a probation order that the probationer is thereby required to reside in any institution or place, or to submit to treatment for his mental condition, for any period or periods exceeding 12 months in all;

(c)the court shall not amend a probation order by inserting therein a requirement that the probationer shall submit to treatment for his mental condition unless the amending order is made within three months after the date of the original order.

4Where the medical practitioner [F12or chartered psychologist]by whom or under whose direction a probationer is being treated for his mental condition in pursuance of any requirement of the probation order is of opinion—S

(a)that the treatment of the probationer should be continued beyond the period specified in that behalf in the order; or

(b)that the probationer needs [F13a different kind of treatment (whether in whole or in part) from that which he has been receiving in pursuance of the probation order, being treatment of a kind which could have been specified in the probation order but to which the probationer or his supervising officer has not agreed under subsection (5B) of section 184 or, as the case may be, 385 of this Act]; or

(c)that the probationer is not susceptible to treatment; or

(d)that the probationer does not require further treatment,

or where the practitioner [F14or psychologist]is for any reason unwilling to continue to treat or direct the treatment of the probationer, he shall make a report in writing to the effect to the officer supervising the probationer and the supervising officer shall apply to the court which made the order or to the appropriate court for the variation or cancellation of the requirement.

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F12Words in Sch. 5 para. 4 inserted (31.3.1996 subject to transitional provisions and savings in the commencing S.I.) by 1995 c. 20, s. 117(1), Sch. 6 Pt. I para. 158(a); S.I 1996/517, arts. 3(2), 4-6, Sch. 2

F14Words in Sch. 5 para. 4 inserted (31.3.1996 subject to transitional provisions and savings in the commencing S.I.) by 1995 c. 20, s. 117(1), Sch. 6 Pt. I para. 158(b); S.I. 1996/517, arts. 3(2), 4-6, Sch. 2

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5Where the court which made the order or the appropriate court proposes to amend a probation order under this Schedule, otherwise than on the application of the probationer, it shall cite him to appear before the court; and the court shall not amend the probation order unless the probationer expresses his willingness to comply with the requirements of the order as amended:S

Provided that this paragraph shall not apply to an order cancelling a requirement of the probation order or reducing the period of any requirement, or substituting a new area of a local authority for the area named in the probation order.

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[F15Schedule 5AS Supervision and Treatment Orders

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F15Sch. 5A inserted (31.3.1996 subject to transitional provisions and savings in the commencing S.I.) by 1995 c. 20, s. 50(3), Sch. 2; S.I. 1996/517, arts. 3(2), 4-6, Sch. 2

Part IS Preliminary

1(1)In this Schedule “supervision and treatment order” means an order requiring the person in respect of whom it is made (“the supervised person”)—S

(a)to be under the supervision of a social worker who is an officer of the local authority for the area where the supervised person resides or is to reside (in this Schedule referred to as “the supervising officer”) for such period, not being more than three years, as is specified in the order;

(b)to comply during that period with instructions given to him by the supervising officer regarding his supervision; and

(c)to submit during that period to treatment by or under the direction of a medical practitioner with a view to the improvement of his mental condition.

(2)The Secretary of State may by order amend sub-paragraph (1) above by substituting, for the period for the time being specified in that sub-paragraph, such period as may be specified in the order.

(3)An order under sub-paragraph (2) above may make any amendment to paragraph 8(2) below which the Secretary of State considers necessary in consequence of the order.

(4)The power of the Secretary of State to make orders under sub-paragraph (2) above shall be exercisable by statutory instrument subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.

Part IIS Making and Effect of Orders

Circumstances in which orders may be madeS

2(1)The court shall not make a supervision and treatment order unless it is satisfied—S

(a)that, having regard to all the circumstances of the case, the making of such an order is the most suitable means of dealing with the person; and

(b)on the written or oral evidence of two or more medical practitioners approved for the purposes of section 20 or 39 of the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1984, that the mental condition of the person—

(i)is such as requires and may be susceptible to treatment; but

(ii)is not such as to warrant the making of an order under paragraph (a) of subsection (2) of section 174ZC or, as the case may be, 375ZC of this Act (whether with or without an order under paragraph (b) of that subsection) or an order under paragraph (c) of that subsection.

(2)The court shall not make a supervision and treatment order unless it is also satisfied—

(a)that the supervising officer intended to be specified in the order is willing to undertake the supervision; and

(b)that arrangements have been made for the treatment intended to be specified in the order.

(3)Subsection (2) to (4) of section 176, and subsections (2) to (4) of section 377, of this Act shall have effect with respect to proof of a person’s mental condition for the purposes of sub-paragraph (1) above in solemn and summary proceedings respectively as they have effect with respect to proof of an offender’s mental condition for the purposes of, respectively, sections 175(1)(a) and 376(1)(a) of this Act.

Making of orders and general requirementsS

3(1)A supervision and treatment order shall specify the local authority area in which the supervised person resides or will reside.S

(2)Before making such an order, the court shall explain to the supervised person in ordinary language—

(a)the effect of the order (including any requirements proposed to be included in the order in accordance with paragraph 5 below); and

(b)that the sheriff court for the area in which the supervised person resides or will reside (in this Schedule referred to as “the relevant sheriff court”) has power under paragraphs 6 to 8 below to review the order on the application either of the supervised person or of the supervising officer.

(3)After making such an order, the court shall forthwith give a copy of the order to—

(a)the supervised person;

(b)the supervising officer; and

(c)the person in charge of any institution in which the supervised person is required by the order to reside.

(4)After making such an order, the court shall also send to the relevant sheriff court—

(a)a copy of the order; and

(b)such documents and information relating to the case as it considers likely to be of assistance to that court in the exercise of its functions in relation to the order.

(5)Where such an order is made, the supervised person shall comply with such instructions as he may from time to time be given by the supervising officer regarding his supervision and shall keep in touch with that officer and notify him of any change of address.

Obligatory requirements as to medical treatmentS

4(1)A supervision and treatment order shall include a requirement that the supervised person shall submit, during the period specified in the order, to treatment by or under the direction of a medical practitioner with a view to the improvement of his mental condition.S

(2)The treatment required by the order shall be such one of the following kinds of treatment as may be specified in the order, that is to say—

(a)treatment as a non-resident patient at such institution or place as may be specified in the order; and

(b)treatment by or under the direction of such medical practitioner as may be so specified;

but the nature of the treatment shall not be specified in the order except as mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b) above.

(3)Where the medical practitioner by whom or under whose direction the supervised person is being treated for his mental condition in pursuance of a supervision and treatment order is of the opinion that part of the treatment can be better or more conveniently given at an institution or place which—

(a)is not specified in the order; and

(b)is one at which the treatment of the supervised person will be given by or under the direction of a medical practitioner,

he may, with the consent of the supervised person, make arrangements for him to be treated accordingly.

(4)Where any such arrangements as are mentioned in sub-paragraph (3) above are made for the treatment of a supervised person—

(a)the medical practitioner by whom the arrangements are made shall give notice in writing to the supervising officer, specifying the institution or place at which the treatment is to be carried out; and

(b)the treatment provided for by the arrangements shall be deemed to be treatment to which he is required to submit in pursuance of the supervision and treatment order.

Optional requirements as to residenceS

5(1)Subject to sub-paragraphs (2) to (4) below, a supervision and treatment order may include requirements as to the residence of the supervised person.S

(2)Such an order may not require the supervised person to reside as a resident patient in a hospital.

(3)Before making such an order containing any such requirement, the court shall consider the home surroundings of the supervised person.

(4)Where such an order requires the supervised person to reside in any institution, the period for which he is so required to reside shall be specified in the order.

Part IIISRevocation and Amendment of Orders

Revocation of order in interests of health or welfareS

6Where a supervision and treatment order is in force in respect of any person and, on the application of the supervised person or the supervising officer, it appears to the relevant sheriff court that, having regard to circumstances which have arisen since the order was made, it would be in the interests of the health or welfare of the supervised person that the order should be revoked, the court may revoke the order.S

Amendment of order by reason of change of residenceS

7(1)This paragraph applies where, at any time while a supervision and treatment order is in force in respect of any person, the relevant sheriff court is satisfied that—S

(a)the supervised person proposes to change, or has changed, his residence from the area specified in the order to the area of another local authority;

(b)a social worker who is an officer of the other local authority (“the new supervising officer”) is willing to undertake the supervision; and

(c)the requirements of the order as respects treatment will continue to be complied with.

(2)Subject to sub-paragraph (3) below the court may, and on the application of the supervising officer shall, amend the supervision and treatment order by substituting the other area for the area specified in the order and the new supervising officer for the supervising officer specified in the order.

(3)Where a supervision and treatment order contains requirements which, in the opinion of the court, can be complied with only if the supervised person continues to reside in the area specified in the order, the court shall not amend the order under this paragraph unless it also, in accordance with paragraph 8 below, either—

(a)cancels those requirements; or

(b)substitutes for those requirements other requirements which can be complied with if the supervised person ceases to reside in that area.

Amendment of requirements of orderS

8(1)Without prejudice to the provisions of paragraph 7 above, but subject to sub-paragraph (2) below, the relevant sheriff court may, on the application of the supervised person or the supervising officer, by order amend a supervision and treatment order—S

(a)by cancelling any of the requirements of the order; or

(b)by inserting in the order (either in addition to or in substitution for any such requirement) any requirement which the court could include if it were the court by which the order was made and were then making it.

(2)The power of the court under sub-paragraph (1) above shall not include power to amend an order by extending the period specified in it beyond the end of three years from the date of the original order.

Amendment of requirements in pursuance of medical reportS

9(1)Where the medical practitioner by whom or under whose direction the supervised person is being treated for his mental condition in pursuance of any requirement of a supervision and treatment order—S

(a)is of the opinion mentioned in sub-paragraph (2) below; or

(b)is for any reason unwilling to continue to treat or direct the treatment of the supervised person,

he shall make a report in writing to that effect to the supervising officer and that officer shall apply under paragraph 8 above to the relevant sheriff court for the variation or cancellation of the requirement.

(2)The opinion referred to in sub-paragraph (1) above is—

(a)that the treatment of the supervised person should be continued beyond the period specified in the supervision and treatment order;

(b)that the supervised person needs different treatment, being treatment of a kind to which he could be required to submit in pursuance of such an order;

(c)that the supervised person is not susceptible to treatment; or

(d)that the supervised person does not require further treatment.

SupplementalS

10(1)On the making under paragraph 6 above of an order revoking a supervision and treatment order, the sheriff clerk shall forthwith give a copy of the revoking order to the supervising officer.S

(2)On receipt of a copy of the revoking order the supervising officer shall give a copy to the supervised person and to the person in charge of any institution in which the supervised person was required by the order to reside.

11(1)On the making under paragraph 7 or 8 above of an order amending a supervision and treatment order, the sheriff clerk shall forthwith—S

(a)if the order amends the supervision and treatment order otherwise than by substituting a new area or a new place for the one specified in that order, give a copy of the amending order to the supervising officer;

(b)if the order amends the supervision and treatment order in the manner excepted by paragraph (a) above, send to the new relevant sheriff court—

(i)a copy of the amending order; and

(ii)such documents and information relating to the case as he considers likely to be of assistance to that court in exercising its functions in relation to the order;

and in a case falling within paragraph (b) above, the sheriff clerk shall give a copy of the amending order to the supervising officer.

(2)On receipt of a copy of an amending order the supervising officer shall give a copy to the supervised person and to the person in charge of any institution in which the supervised person is or was required by the order to reside.

12On the making, revocation or amendment of a supervision and treatment order the supervising officer shall give a copy of the order or, as the case may be, of the order revoking or amending it, to the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland.]S

SCHEDULE 6S Fines on Indictment—Payment by Instalments

1Where a court imposes a fine on a person convicted on indictment such person may apply to that court for an order for payment of the fine by instalments, and where, either at the time said fine was imposed or at any subsequent time, such an order has been made, may at any time thereafter, before imprisonment has followed on the sentence, apply to that court to vary the order.S

2An application, other than one made at the time the fine was imposed, shall be made in the case of a fine imposed in the High Court to the Clerk of Justiciary, and in the sheriff court to the sheriff clerk of the court by which the fine was imposed; and such application may be accompanied by a statement in writing setting forth the reasons therefor and any proposals the applicant may have for the payment of the fine by instalments or for variation of the order for payment of the fine by instalments, as the case may be.S

3Where an application has been made as aforesaid, the Clerk of Justiciary or sheriff clerk, as the case may be, shall lay it before any judge or the sheriff of the court which imposed the fine, either in court or in chambers; and the said judge or sheriff may dispose of the application without requiring the attendance of the accused.S

4The determination of any such application shall be entered in the minutes of proceedings of the trial by the clerk of court; and where an application is made to a sheriff court which is not the court having custody of the record copy indictment and such minutes, the sheriff clerk shall obtain the same from the court having custody thereof, and shall, after the application has been disposed of, return the record copy indictment and minutes to that court.S

SCHEDULE 7S Application of Sums Paid as Part of Fine Under Section 409 of this Act

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C1Sch. 7 applied by Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1987 (c. 41, SIF 39:1), ss. 7(2), 47(4)(a)

Sch. 7 extended (31.3.1996 subject to transitional provisions and savings in the commencing S.I.) by 1995 c. 20, ss. 70(2), 80(2)(n), 113(1); S.I. 1996/517, arts. 3(2), 4-6, Sch. 2

All sums paid under section 409 of this Act shall be handed over on receipt by the governor of the prison, as defined in the said section, to the clerk of the court in which the conviction was obtained, and thereafter paid and applied pro tanto in the same manner and for the same purposes as sums adjudged to be paid by the conviction and sentence of the court, and paid and recovered in terms thereof, are lawfully paid and applied.

Section 289A.

[F16SCHEDULE 7A]S Offences Made Triable Only Summarily, and Related Amendments

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1Offence2Enactment3Amendment4Old penallties5New penalties
Night Poaching Act 1828 (c. 69)
1. Offences under section 1 (taking or destroying game or rabbits by night or entering land for that purpose).Section 1.For the words from “such offender” onwards substitute “he shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding [F17level 3 on the standard scale]”.(a) for a first offence, on summary conviction, 3 months or £100 and, in default of finding sureties of £10, a further 6 months;
(b) for a second offence, on summary conviction, 6 months or £100 and, in default of finding sureties of £20, a further 12 months;
(c) for a third offence, on conviction on indictment, 2 years or a fine or both.[F17level 3 on the standard scale].
2. . . . F18
Public Meeting Act 1908 (c. 66)
3. Offences under section 1(1) (endeavouring to break up a public meeting).Section 1(1).After “offence” add “and shall on summary conviction be liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to a fine not exceeding [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or to both”.(a) on summary conviction 3 months or £100 or both;
(b) on conviction on indictment 12 months or £500 or both.6 months or [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or both.
Public Order Act 1936 (1 Edw. 8 & 1 Geo. 6.) (c. 6)
4. Offences under section 5 (conduct conducive to breaches of the peace).Section 5 (as substituted by section 7 of the Race Relations Act 1965).After “offence” add “and shall on summary conviction be liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to a fine not exceeding [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or to both”.(a) on summary conviction 3 months or £100 or both;
(b) on conviction on indictment 12 months or £500 or both.6 months or [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or both.
[F19Water (Scotland) Act 1946 (c. 42)]
5. Offences under section 4(7) (failure to comply with obligations in relation to the obtaining of information as to underground water).Section 4(7).After “Act” add “and shall on summary conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding [F17level 3 on the standard scale] and, where the offence continues after conviction, to a further fine of £20 for every day during which it so continues”.(a) on summary conviction £50 and, where the offence continues a daily fine of £5;
(b) on conviction on indictment, £200 or 3 months imprisonment or both, and where the offence continues, a daily fine of £20.[F17level 3 on the standard scale] and, where the offence continues, a daily fine of £20.
6. . . . F20
Post Office Act 1953 (c. 36)
7. Offences under section 56 (criminal diversion of letters from addressee).Section 56(1).For the words from “guilty” onwards substitute “liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding [F17level 4 on the standard scale] or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both”.£50 or 6 months.[F17level 4 on the standard scale] or 6 months or both.
8—10. . . . F21
11—13. . . . F22
Betting Gaming and Lotteries Act 1963 (c. 2)
14. Offences under the following provisions—
section 7 (restriction of betting on dog racecourses);
Section 10(5) (advertising licensed betting offices);
section 11(6) (person holding bookmaker’s or betting agency permit employing a person disqualified from holding such a permit);
section 18(2) (making unauthorised charges to bookmakers on licensed track);
section 19 (occupiers of licensed tracks not to have any interest in bookmaking thereon);
section 21 (betting with young persons);
section 22 (betting circulars not to be sent to young persons).Section 52.For paragraphs (a) and (b) of subsection (2) (penalties for certain offences) substitute “on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both”.(a) on summary conviction £50 or, on a second or subsequent conviction, 2 months or £100 or both;
(b) on conviction on indictment £300 or, on a second or subsequent conviction, 6 months or £500 or both.[F17level 5 on the standard scale] or 6 months or both.
Theatres Act 1968 (c. 54)
15. Offences under section 6 (provocation of breach of the peace by means of public performance of play).Section 6(2).For paragraphs (a) and (b) substitute “on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both”.(a) on summary conviction 3 months or £100 or both;
(b) on conviction on indictment 12 months or £500 or both.6 months or [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or both.
Road Traffic Act 1972 (c. 20)
16. Offences under the following provisions—In Part I of Schedule 4 (as amended by Part IV of Schedule 5 to the Road Traffic Act 1974)—
Section 5(1) (driving or attempting to drive when unfit to drive through drink or drugs);the entry relating to section 5(1);for the words in column 3 substitute “Summarily” and for the words in column 4 substitute “6 months or [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or both”;(a) on summary conviction £400 or 4 months;
(b) on conviction on indictment 2 years or a fine or both;6 months or [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or both;
Section 5(2) (being in charge of a motor vehicle when unfit to drive through drink or drugs);the entry relating to section 5(2);for the words in column 3 substitute “Summarily” and for the words in column 4 substitute “3 months or [F17level 4 on the standard scale] or both”;(a) on summary conviction £200;
(b) on conviction on indictment 12 months or a fine or both;3 months or [F17level 4 on the standard scale] or both;
Section 6(1) (driving or attempting to drive with blood-alcohol concentration above the prescribed limit);the entry relating to section 6(1);for the words in column 3 substitute “Summarily” and for the words in column 4 substitute “6 months or [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or both”;(a) on summary conviction £400 or 4 months;
(b) on conviction on indictment 2 years or a fine or both;6 months or [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or both;
Section 6(2) (being in charge of a motor vehicle with blood-alcohol concentration above the prescribed limit);the entry relating to section 6(2);for the words in column 3 substitute “Summarily” and for the words in column 4 substitute “3 months or [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or both”;(a) on summary conviction £200;
(b) on conviction on indictment 12 months or a fine or both;3 months or [F17level 4 on the standard scale] or both;
Section 9(3) (failing to provide a specimen of blood or urine for a laboratory test).the entry relating to section 9(3).for the words in column 3 substitute “Summarily” and in column 4, in paragraph (i) for the words “£400” substitute “6 months or [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or both” and for the words from “£200” in paragraph (ii) to the end of paragraph (iv) substitute “3 months or [F17level 4 on the standard scale] or both”.(a) on summary conviction—
(i) where it is shown that the offender was driving or attempting to drive, £400;
(ii) where in any other case it is shown that the offender was in charge of a motor vehicle on a road or other public place, £200;
(b) on conviction on indictment—
(i) 2 years or a fine or both in the case of a conviction where it is shown as mentioned in paragraph (a)(i) above;
(ii) 12 months or a fine or both in the case of a conviction where it is shown as mentioned in paragraph (a)(ii) above.(a) where it is shown that the offender was driving or attempting to drive, 6 months or [F17level 5 on the standard scale] or both;
(b) where in any other case it is shown that the offender was in charge of a motor vehicle on a road or other public place, 3 months or [F17level 4 on the standard scale], or both.
Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 (c. 37)
17. Offences under section 33(5) (continuing contravention of improvement notice, prohibition notice or court order).Section 33(5).For the words from “liable” to “£50” substitute “liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding £100”.£50 for each day on which the contravention continues.£100 for each day on which the contravention continues.
Sexual Offences (Scotland) Act 1976 (c. 67)
18. Offences under section 14(1) (allowing child under 16 to be in brothel).Section 14(1).For the words from “liable” to “£25” substitute “liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding [F17level 2 on the standard scale]”.(a) on summary conviction 6 months or £25 or both;
(b) on conviction on indictment 6 months or £25 or both.6 months or [F17level 2 on the standard scale] or both.
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F19Provisions no longer applicable (by reason of the repeal of Water (Scotland) Act 1946 (c. 42) by Water (Scotland) Act 1980 (c. 45, SIF 130), Sch. 11

[F23SCHEDULE 7B]S Alteration of Penalties on Summary Conviction of Certain Offences

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1(1)The M4Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 shall be amended as follows—S

(a) . . . F24

(b)in the entries in Schedule 4 showing the punishment that may be imposed on persons summarily convicted of offences mentioned in subparagraph (2)(b) below, for “6 months or £200, or both” there shall be substituted “3 months or [F25level 4 on the standard scale] or both”; and

(c)in the entry in Schedule 4 relating to section 5(2)—

(i)for “6 months or £400, or both” (being the maximum punishment on summary conviction of an offence under that section where a Class B drug was involved) there shall be substituted “3 months or [F25level 4 on the standard scale], or both”; and

(ii)for “6 months or £200, or both” (being the maximum punishment on summary conviction of such an offence where a Class C drug was involved) there shall be substituted “3 months or [F25level 3 on the standard scale], or both”.

(2)The offences to which (as provided in section 289B(7) above) section 289B(1) above does not apply are—

(a)offences under section 5(2) of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 (having possession of a controlled drug) where the controlled drug in relation to which the offence was committed was a Class B or Class C drug;

(b)offences under the following provisions of that Act, where the controlled drug in relation to which the offence was committed was a Class C drug, namely—

(i)section 4(2) (production, or being concerned in the production, of a controlled drug);

(ii)section 4(3) (supplying or offering a controlled drug or being concerned in the doing of either activity by another);

(iii)section 5(3) (having possession of a controlled drug with intent to supply it to another);

(iv)section 8 (being the occupier, or concerned in the management, of premises and permitting or suffering certain activities to take place there);

(v)section 12(6) (contravention of direction prohibiting practitioner etc. from possessing, supplying etc. controlled drugs); or

(vi)section 13(3) (contravention of direction prohibiting practitioner etc. from prescribing, supplying etc. controlled drugs);

(c) . . . F26

(3)In this paragraph “controlled drug”, “Class B drug” and “Class C drug” have the same meaning as in the M5Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.

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F25Words substituted by virtue of (E.W.) Criminal Justice Act 1982 (c. 48, SIF 39:1), s. 46, (S.) Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975 (c. 21, SIF 39:1), s. 289G and (N.I.) 1984/703, (N.I. 13), art. 5

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2In Schedule 4 to the M6Road Traffic Act 1972 (prosecution and punishment of offences), in the entries relating to section 2 (reckless driving) and section 99(b) (driving while disqualified), for the punishment specified in column 4 in relation to an offence punishable summarily there shall in each case be substituted the words “6 months or the prescribed sum (within the meaning of section 28 of the M7Criminal Law Act 1977 or, in Scotland, of section 289B of the M8Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975) or both.”S

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Section 289C.

[F27SCHEDULE 7C]S Increase of fines for certain summary offences

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. . . F28
Protection of Animals (Scotland) Act 1912 (c. 14)
Offences under section 1(1) (inflicting of unnecessary suffering on, and cruelty to, animals).Section 1(1) (as amended by section 3 of the Protection of Animals (Amendment) Act 1954.)£50.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Protection of Animals Act 1934 (c. 21)
Offences under section 1(1) (prohibition of certain public contests, performances and exhibitions with horses or bulls).Section 2.£100.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Public Order Act 1936 (1 Edw. 8. & 1 Geo. 6.) (c. 6)
Offences under the following provisions—
section 1(1) (wearing uniform signifying association with political organisation);
section 3(4) (knowingly failing to comply with conditions as regards processions);
section 4(1) (possession of offensive weapon at public meeting).Section 7(2).£50.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937 (c. 37)
Offences under section 46(2) (publication of matters identifying juveniles in court proceedings).Section 46(2).£50.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Cinematograph Films (Animals) Act 1937 (c. 59)
Offences under section 1(1) (prohibition of films in production of which suffering has been caused to animals).Section 1(3).£100.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
Architects Registration Act 1938 (c. 54)
Offences under section 1 (unregistered persons using title of architect).Section 3.£50.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Nursing Homes Registration (Scotland) Act 1938 (c. 73)
Any offence under the Act for which no express penalty is provided, except an offence under section 1(4).Section 8 (as amended by Schedule 3 to the Criminal Justice Act 1967).£20.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
[F30Water (Scotland) Act 1946 (c. 42)]
Offences under section 59(3) (contravention of prohibition or restriction on use of hosepipes).Section 59(3).£5.£200.
Any offence consisting in a contravention of section 30(1) of Schedule 4 (wasting water by non-repair of pipes etc.).Section 30(1) of Schedule 4.£5.£200.
Any offence consisting in a contravention of section 33 of Schedule 4 (causing the supply of water to be interfered with).Section 33 of Schedule 4.£5.£200.
Fire Services Act 1947 (c. 41)
Offences under section 31(1) (giving false fire alarm).Section 31(1) (as amended by Schedule 3 to the Criminal Justice Act 1967).£50.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
National Assistance Act 1948 (c. 29)
Offences under section 55(2) (obstruction).Section 55(2) (as amended by Schedule 3 to the Criminal Justice Act 1967).£10 for a first offence and £20 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Agriculture (Scotland) Act 1948 (c. 45)
Offences under section 50(1) (prohibition of night shooting and use of spring traps).Section 50(2).£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 50A(1) (open trapping of hares and rabbits).Section 50A(2).£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
. . . F31
Docking and Nicking of Horses Act 1949 (c. 70)
Offences under section 1(1) (prohibition of docking or nicking horses).Section 1(3).£25.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 2(3) (offences in connection with importation of docked horses).Section 2(3).£25.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 2(4) (making a false statement).Section 2(4).£25.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
. . . F32
. . . F32
Cockfighting Act 1952 (c. 59)
Offences under section 1(1) (possession of appliances for use in fighting of domestic fowl).Section 1(1).£25.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
Dogs (Protection of Livestock) Act 1953 (c. 28)
Offences under section 1(1) (owning or keeping a dog which worries livestock).Section 1(6) (as amended by Schedule 3 to the Criminal Justice Act 1967).£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence in respect of the same dog.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
. . . F33
Pests Act 1954 (c. 68)
Offences under section 12 (spreading of myxomatosis).Section 12.£20 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
Animals (Cruel Poisons) Act 1962 (c. 26)
Offences under section 1 (offences in connection with use of prohibited poison for destroying animals).Section 1.£50.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
. . . F34
. . . F35
Police (Scotland) Act 1967 (c. 77)
Offences under section 41(1) (assaults on constables etc.), where the offender has not, within the period of two years immediately preceding the offence, been convicted of an offence against the section.Section 41(1).£50.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) Act 1967 (c. 83)
Offences under section 7(4) (using prohibited fishing implements etc. in an area of fishery or oyster bed to which section applies).Section 7(4).£2 for a first offence, £5 for a second offence and £10 for a third or subsequent offence.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
Abortion Act 1967 (c. 87)
Offences under section 2(3) (contravening or failing to comply with regulations as to notification).Section 2(3).£100.[F29level 5 on the standard scale].
Agriculture (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1968 (c. 34)
Offences under the following provisions—
section 1(1) (prevention of unnecessary pain and distress to livestock);
section 2(2) (breach of regulations with respect to welfare of livestock).Section 7(1).£100 for a first offence and £200 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 (c. 49)
Offences under section 6(5) (obstructing officer in exercise of power under section 6).Section 6(5).£10 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 60(3) (failure to comply with regulation etc. in respect of the control of residential and other establishments).Section 60(3).£50.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 61(3) (carrying on establishment without registration).Section 61(3).£50 for a first offence and £100 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 62(6) (failure to comply with a condition of the registration of an establishment).Section 62(6).£50 for a first offence and £100 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 65(4) (obstructing officer in exercise of power under section 65).Section 65(4).£10 for a first offence and £50 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Gaming Act 1968 (c. 65)
Offences under section 8(5) (gaming in a street or public place).Section 8(5).£50.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act 1969 (c. 57)
Offences under section 4(3) (offences in relation to certificates of insurance).Section 4(3).£50.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 5 (employer failing to insure employee).Section 5.£200.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Conservation of Seals Act 1970 (c. 30)
Any offence under the Act, except an offence under section 11(7).Section 5(2).£50 for a first offence and £100 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 (c. 38)
Offences under section 17(3) (failure to comply with notice requiring information relating to prescribing supplying etc. of drugs).Schedule 4.£100.[F29level 3 on the standard scale].
Road Traffic Act 1972 (c. 20)
Offences under section 3 (careless, and inconsiderate, driving).Part I of Schedule 4 (as amended by Part III of Schedule 5 to the Road Traffic Act 1974).£200.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Poisons Act 1972 (c. 66)
Any offence under section 8(1) (contravention of provisions of sections 1 to 7, other than section 6(4), or of the Poisons Rules).Section 8(1).£50.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 6(4) (using title etc. falsely to suggest entitlement to sell poison).Section 6(4).£20.[F29level 2 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 9(8) (obstructing an inspector etc.).Section 9(8).£5.[F29level 2 on the standard scale].
Health and Safety at Work Etc. Act 1974 (c. 37)
Offences under the following provisions—
section 33(1)(d) (contravening requirement imposed by or under section 14 or obstructing any person in exercise of his powers under section 14);
section 33(1)(e) (contravening requirement imposed by inspector) where the requirement contravened was imposed under section 20;
section 33(1)(f) (preventing etc. any other person from appearing before inspector);
section 33(1)(h) (intentionally obstructing an inspector);
section 33(1)(n) (falsely pretending to be an inspector).Section 33(2).£400.[F29level 5 on the standard scale].
Control of Pollution Act 1974 (c. 40)
Offences under section 78(1) (burning insulation from a cable).Section 78(2) (as substituted by the Clean Air Enactments (Repeals and Modifications) Regulations 1974).£400.[F29level 5 on the standard scale].
[F36Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975 (c. 21)]
Offences under section 169(2) (publishing any matter in contravention of a direction by the court under section 169(1).Section 169(2).£50.£500.
Offences under section 365(2) (publishing any matter in contravention of a direction by the court under section 365(1).Section 365(2).£50.£500.
Offences under section 374(4) (publishing any matter in contravention of section 374).Section 374(4).£50.£500.
. . . F33
Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Act 1975 (c. 51)
Offences against any provision of the Act not specified in the Table in Part I of Schedule 4.
Paragraph 1(2) of Schedule 4.£50 for a first offence and £100 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 1 (fishing with certain instruments for salmon, trout or freshwater fish and possessing certain instruments for fishing for such fish) if not acting with another.
The Table in Part I of Schedule 4.£50 for a first offence and £100 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 19(2) (fishing for salmon during the annual close season or weekly close time).
The said Table.£100 for a first offence and £200 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 19(4) (fishing for trout during the annual close season or weekly close time).
The said Table.£100 for a first offence and £200 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 19(6) (fishing for freshwater fish during the annual close season for freshwater fish and fishing for eels by means of a rod and line during that season).
The said Table.£100 for a first offence and £200 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 19(7) (fishing for rainbow trout during the annual close season for rainbow trout and fishing for eels by means of a rod and line during that season).
The said Table.£100 for a first offence and £200 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 21 (prohibition on use of certain devices at certain times).
The said Table.£100 for a first offence and £200 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Offences under section 27 (fishing for fish otherwise than under the authority of a licence and possessing an unlicensed instrument with intent to use it for fishing) if not acting with another.
The said Table.£50 for a first offence and £100 for a second or subsequent offence.[F29level 4 on the standard scale].
Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1976 (c. 8)
Offences under section 2(1) (display of support in public for a proscribed organisation).Section 2(1).£400.[F29level 5 on the standard scale].
Offences under paragraph 1(9) of Schedule 3 (contravention of order under section 13).
Paragraph 1(9) of Schedule 3.£200The said [F29level 4 on the standard scale].
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F36Provisions no longer applicable (by reason of repeal or substitution of enactment specified in column 2)

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Sea Fisheries (Scotland) Amendment Act 1885 (c. 70)
2. Section 4 (contravention of byelaws prohibiting or regulating trawling).For “£100, or in the case of a second or subsequent conviction,” substitute “level 5 on the standard scale or”, and omit “or a fine not exceeding £200”.(a) for a first offence, £100 and forfeiture of fishing gear used in offence;
(b) for a second or subsequent offence, £200 or 3 months or both and forfeiture of fishing gear used in offence.£1,000 or 3 months or both and forfeiture of fishing gear used in offence.
Military Lands Act 1892 (c. 43)
3. Section 17(2) (offences against byelaws).For “five pounds” substitute “level 2 on the standard scale”.£20.£50.
Protection of Animals (Scotland) Act 1912 (c. 14)
4. Section 7 (selling poisoned grain or placing on any land any matter rendered poisonous).For “ten pounds” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.£25.£500.
Land Drainage (Scotland) Act 1930 (c. 20)
5. Section 4 (obstruction of person exercising power of entry).For “twenty pounds” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£50.£200.
Illegal Trawling (Scotland) Act 1934 (c. 18)
6. Section 1(1) (illegal trawling).For paragraphs (a) to (c) substitute “to a fine not exceeding level 5 on the standard scale or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding 6 months or to both”.(a) for a first offence, £100 or 3 months;
(b) for a second offence, £200 or 6 months;
(c) for a third or subsequent offence, £200 and 6 months.£1,000 or 6 months or both.
Land Drainage (Scotland) Act 1941 (c. 13)
7. Section 2(2) (obstruction of person exercising power of entry).For “twenty pounds” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£50.£200.
Public Health (Scotland) Act 1945 (c. 15)
8. Section 1(5) (contravention of regulations as to treatment and spread of certain diseases).For “one hundred pounds” substitute “level 5 on the standard scale”.£100 and £50 per day during which the offence continues.£1,000 and £50 per day during which the offence continues.
Fire Services Act 1947 (c. 41)
9. Section 14(5) (improper use of fire hydrant).For “ten pounds” substitute “level 2 on the standard scale”The said£25.£50.
10. Section 30(2) (obstructing a member of a fire brigade).For “twenty-five pounds” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£50.£200.
Radioactive Substances Act 1948 (c. 37)
11. Section 8(1) (obstruction of person exercising power of entry).For the words from “twenty pounds” to the end substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.(a) for a first offence, £50;
(b) for a second or subsequent offence, £100.£500.
12. Section 8(3) (other summary offences under Act).For the words from “one hundred pounds” where first occurring to “one hundred pounds” where secondly occurring substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.(a) for a first offence, £100;
(b) for a second or subsequent offence, £100 or 3 months or both.£500 or 3 months or both.
Rivers (Prevention of Pollution) (Scotland) Act 1951 (c. 66)
13. Section 21 (obstruction of person exercising power of entry).For the words from “five pounds” to the end substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.(a) for a first offence, £5;
(b) for a second or subsequent offence, £20.£200.
Land Drainage (Scotland) Act 1958 (c. 24)
14. Section 11(4) (obstruction of person exercising power of entry).For the words from “five pounds” to the end substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.(a) for a first offence, £5;
(b) for a second or subsequent offence, £20.£200.
Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act 1963 (c. 2)
15. Section 28(10) (disclosing information about bookmaker’s business).For “one hundred pounds” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.£100.£500.
Plant Varieties and Seeds Act 1964 (c. 14)
16. Section 25(9) (obstructing an authorised person).For “twenty pounds” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£20.£200.
17. Section 27(1) (tampering with samples).For “one hundred pounds” substitute “level 5 on the standard scale”.£100 or 3 months or both.£1,000 or 3 months or both.
Agriculture and Horticulture Act 1964 (c. 28)
18. Section 20(1) (obstruction, etc. of authorised officer).For “twenty pounds” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£20.£200.
19. Section 20(2) (offences under Part III).For the words from “one hundred pounds” to “two hundred and fifty pounds)” substitute “level 5 on the standard scale”.(a) for a first offence, £100 or 3 months or both;
(b) for a second or subsequent offence, £250 or 3 months or both.£1,000 or 3 months or both.
Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1965 (c. 12)
20. Section 61 (general offences).For “five pounds” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£10.£200.
Rivers (Prevention of Pollution) (Scotland) Act 1965 (c. 13)
21. Section 11(2) (unauthorised disclosure of information).For the words from “one hundred pounds” to the end substitute “level 5 on the standard scale”.£100 or 3 months or both.£1,000.
22, 23. . . . F39
Forestry Act 1967 (c. 10)
24. Section 24(4) (failure to comply with felling licence).For “£50” substitute “level 5 on the standard scale”.£50.£1,000.
25. Section 46(5) (offences against byelaws).In paragraph (a) for “£10” substitute “level 2 on the standard scale”, and in paragraph (b) for “£5” substitute “level 2 on the standard scale”.£20 and 50 pence per day during which the offence continues.£50 and 50 pence per day during which the offence continues.
26. Section 48(3) (obstruction of Forestry Commission officers).For “£5” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£20.£200.
. . . F40
Police (Scotland) Act 1967 (c. 77)
36. Section 43(1) (impersonating a police officer).For “fifty pounds” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.£50 or 3 months.£500 or 3 months.
37. Section 44(5) (offences by constables).For “ten pounds” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£10 or 60 days.£200 or 60 days.
Agriculture (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1968 (c. 34)
38. Section 7(2) (obstructing officer authorised to carry out welfare inspections).For “twenty pounds” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£20.£200.
Sale of Venison (Scotland) Act 1968 (c. 38)
39. Section 1(4) (contravention of provisions regarding registration of venison dealers).For “£20” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£20.£200.
40. Section 2(4) (failure to keep records, etc.).For “£20” substitute “level 2 on the standard scale”.£20.£50.
Sewerage (Scotland) Act 1968 (c. 47)
41. Section 44 (failure to provide information, etc.).For “£20” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£20.£200.
42. Section 48(9) (obstruction of person having right of entry).For “£20” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£20 and £5 per day during which the offence continues.£200 and £5 per day during which the offence continues.
43. Section 50(3) (unauthorised disclosure of information).For the words from “£100” to the end substitute “level 5 on the standard scale”.£100 or 3 months or both.£1,000.
Transport Act 1968 (c. 73)
44. Section 97(1) (tachograph offences).For “£200” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.£200.£500.
45. Section 97A(1) (tachograph offences).For “£200” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.£200.£500.
46. Section 97A(2) (failure by employer to secure compliance with section 97A(1)(a)).For “£200” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.£200.£500.
. . . F41
Rent (Scotland) Act 1971 (c. 28)
48. Section 98(2) (failure to provide a rent book, etc.).For the words from “in respect” to the end substitute “be liable to a fine not exceeding level 4 on the standard scale”.£10 per week.£500.
49. Section 127(4) (failure to comply with notice requiring disclosure of name and address of landlord, etc.).For the words “£5” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.£5.£500.
50. Section 132(2) (failure to provide a rent book, etc.).For the words from “in respect” where secondly occurring to the end substitute “be liable to a fine not exceeding level 4 on the standard scale”.£10 per week.£500.
51. . . . F42
Road Traffic (Foreign Vehicles) Act 1972 (c. 27)
52. Section 3(1) (disobeying prohibition on a goods vehicle).For “£200” substitute “level 5 on the standard scale”.£200.£1,000.
Education (Scotland) Act 1980 (c. 44)
53. Section 43(1) (contravention of section 35, 41 or 42).For the words from “in the case” where first occurring to “£50” where thirdly occurring substitute “to a fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale”.(a) for a first offence, £50;
(b) for a second offence, £50;
(c) for a third or subsequent offence £50 or 1 month or both.£200 or 1 month or both.
54. Section 66(3) (obstruction of inspectors).For the words from “£20” to “£50” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.(a) for a first offence, £20;
(b) for a second or subsequent offence, £50 or 3 months or both.£500 or 3 months or both.
55. Section 98(2) (failure to register independent school, etc.).For the words from “£20” to “£50” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.(a) for a first offence, £20;
(b) for a second or subsequent offence, £50 or 3 months or both.£500 or 3 months or both.
56. Section 101(2) (using disqualified premises).For the words from “£20” to “£50” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.(a) for a first offence, £20;
(b) for a second or subsequent offence, £50 or 3 months or both.£500 or 3 months or both.
57. Section 101(3) (disqualified person acting as proprietor of independent school, etc.).For the words from “£20” to “£50” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”.(a) for a first offence, £20;
(b) for a second or subsequent offence, £50 or 3 months or both.£500 or 3 months or both.
Water (Scotland) Act 1980 (c. 45)
58. Section 38(7) (obstruction of person exercising power of entry).For “£25” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£25.£200.
59 F43.. . ..F43. . ..F43. . .F43. . ..
60. Section 72(3) (penalty which may be provided for contravention of byelaws). For “the sum of £400” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”£400 and £50 per day during which the offence continues.£500 and £50 per day during which the offence continues.
61. Section 93(7) (failure to provide information, etc.).For “£200” substitute “level 4 on the standard scale”£200 and £20 per day during which the offence continues.£500 and £20 per day during which the offence continues.
62. Paragraph 10(3) of Schedule 4 (offences relating to construction of reservoirs).For the words from “£50” where first occurring to “continued” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£50 per day during which the offence is committed or continues.£200.
63. Paragraph 28 of Schedule 4 (obstruction of person exercising power of entry).For the words “£25” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£25.£200.
Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1980 (c. 62)
64. Section 9(2) (penalty for failure to attend for precognition).For “£50” substitute “level 3 on the standard scale”.£50 or 21 days.£200 or 21 days.
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F43Sch. 7D para. 59 repealed (1.4.1995) by 1994 c. 39, s. 180(1), Sch. 14 (with ss. 74(4), 127); S.I 1995/702, art. 3(e), Sch. 1

SCHEDULE 8S Provisions of this Act referred to in section 460(8) of this Act

The following are the provisions of this Act referred to in section 460(8) of this Act:—

section 70section 242section 274(4)
section 98 provisosection 243section 275
section 125section 244section 276
section 132(2)section 246section 277
section 153(3)section 248section 278
section 156(1) to (4)section 249section 316
and (6)section 250section 317
section 157section 251section 318
section 203section 253section 319
section 217(2) and (3)section 257section 395(3) to (7)
section 225section 259section 396(3)
section 229section 260section 397
section 232section 261section 398(4) and (5)
section 233section 264section 400(7) and (8)
section 234section 265section 404
section 235section 267section 446(3)
section 236section 269Schedule 2
section 237(2) to (4)section 270(2) to (4)Schedule 3
section 239section 272Schedule 6
section 241section 273Schedule 7

Section 461.

SCHEDULE 9E+W+S Amendment of Other Enactments

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The Jurors (Scotland) Act 1825 (1825 c. 22)S

1In section 7, for the words from the beginning to “case may be” there shall be substituted the words “The Court of Session may by Act of Sederunt”, and for the words from “those courts” to “Edinburgh” there shall be substituted the words “that court”.S

2In section 10, for the words “court whatsoever” there shall be substituted the words “civil court”.S

3In section 13, after the word “several” there shall be inserted the words “civil jury”.S

4In section 19, after the word “several” there shall be inserted the word “civil”.S

The Criminal Law (Scotland) Act 1830 (1830 c. 37)S

5In section 7, for the words from “cause” to “criminal” there shall be substituted the words “civil cause or proceeding”.S

6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F44S

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The Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937 (1937 c. 37.)S

7In section 57(3), for the words “this section” there shall be substituted the words “section 206 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”.S

8In section 58A(2), for the words “this section” there shall be substituted the words “section 413 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”.S

9In section 62(b), for the words from “subsection (2)” to the end there shall be substituted the words “subsection (2) of section 206 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975; or”.S

10In section 87, in subsections (1) and (3), after the words “Act 1963” there shall be inserted the words “and of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”, and for the words “section 58A of this Act” there shall be substituted the words “section 413 of the said Act of 1975”.S

11In section 105(1), for the words from “provided” to the end of the subsection, there shall be substituted the words “provided by the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”.S

12In section 110(1), the definitions of “commit for trial” and “remand” shall be omitted.S

The Law Officers Act 1944 (1944 c. 25.)S

13In section 2, in the proviso, at the end there shall be added the words “or section 42 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”.S

The Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1949 (1949 c. 94.)S

14In section 42(2), for the words “the Summary Jurisdiction (Scotland) Act 1908” there shall be substituted the words “Part II of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”.S

15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F45S

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16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F46S

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17—29.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F47S

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

30In section 32(2), after paragraph (h) there shall be inserted the following paragraph—E+W+S

(i)sections 214 and 423 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975.

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

31—35.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F48S

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36In Schedule 1, in paragraph 11, for the words “paragraphs 4 to 7” there shall be substituted the words “sections 214(1) to (6) and 423(1) to (6) of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”, and for the words from “substituted sub-paragraphs” to the end there shall be substituted the words “substituted paragraphs (a) and (b) of section 214(2) or 432(2) of the said Act of 1975”.S

37In Schedule 1, in paragraph 13, for the words from “paragraph 8” to “this Schedule” there shall be substituted the words “section 214(7) or 423(7) of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975 (and, if that person is released from such a prison under the said section 214(7) or 423(7), paragraph 2 of this Schedule)”.S

38In Schedule 1, in paragraph 14, after the word “Schedule” there shall be inserted the words “or section 214 or 423 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”.S

39In Schedule 1, in paragraph 15, for the words “Part I of this Schedule” there shall be substituted the words “section 214 or 423 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”.S

40. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F49S

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The Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 (1968 c. 49)S

42In section 37, in subsection (2), for the words from “Children” to “that Act” there shall be substituted the words “Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975 or any offence under section 21(1) of the Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937”, and in subsection (4), for the words from “section 40(3)” to “1937” there shall be substituted the words “section 14(1), 296(3) or 323(1) of the said Act of 1975”.S

F5143. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .S

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The Children and Young Persons Act 1969 (1969 c. 54)E+W+S

45In Schedule 5, in paragraph 53, for the words “The said sections 39 and 49” there shall be substituted the words “Sections 39 and 49 of the principal Act”, and for the words “sections 46 and 54” wherever those words occur there shall be substituted the words “section 46”.E+W+S

46In Schedule 5, in paragraph 78, for the words from “section 58A” to the words “that section” there shall be substituted the words “section 413 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975 and is not released under section 58A(3) of the said Act of 1937”.E+W+S

The Immigration Act 1971 (1971 c. 77)E+W+S

47In section 6(2), for the words “section 26 of the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1949” there shall be substituted the words “section 179 or 380 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”.E+W+S

The Criminal Justice Act 1972 (1972 c. 71)E+W+S

48In section 24, for subsection (4) there shall be substituted the following subsection—E+W+S

(4)References in this section to facilitating the commission of an offence include references to the taking of any steps after it has been committed for the purpose of disposing of any property to which it relates or of avoiding apprehension or detection.

49In section 51(2), for the words “section 39(1) of the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1963” there shall be substituted the words “sections 17(1) and 325(1) of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”.E+W+S

The Powers of Criminal Courts Act 1973 (1973 c. 62)E+W+S

F53[50In section 10—E+W+S

(a)in subsection (3)(a), for the words from “subsection (2)” to “Act 1949” there shall be substituted the words “section 184(2) or 385(2) of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”, and after the words “Act and” there shall be inserted the words “section 184 or 385”;

(b)in subsection (3)(b), for the words “section 3” there shall be substituted the words “section 184 or 385”, and for the words “virtue of section 3” there shall be substituted the words “virtue of section 184 or 385”;

(c)in subsection (4), for the words from “Criminal” to “and 6” there shall be substituted the words “Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975, except sections 186(2)(b), 187, 387(2)(b) and 388”, and for the words “section 2” there shall be substituted the words “section 183 or 384”;

(d)in subsections (5) and (6), for the words from “Criminal” to “1949” there shall be substituted the words “Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”; and

(e)in subsection (8), for the words from “section 7” to “1949” there shall be substituted the words “section 188 or 389 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”, and for the words “section 2” there shall be substituted the words “sections 183 or 384”.]

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The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 (1974 c. 37)S

51In section 34(5)(b), for the words “23(2) of the Summary Jurisdiction (Scotland) Act 1954” there shall be substituted the words “331(3) of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1975”.S

Section 461.

Schedule 10E+W+S Repeals and Revocations

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Part IE+W+S Enactments Repealed

Session and ChapterShort TitleExtent of Repeal
1587 c. 54.The Jurors Act 1587.Section 10.
1587 c. 57.The Criminal Justice Act 1587.Sections 10 and 11.
1672 c. 40.The Courts Act 1672.Section 3.
Section 8.
Section 10.
1693 c. 43.The Criminal Procedure Act 1693.The whole Act.
1701 c. 6.The Criminal Procedure Act 1701.The words from “Our Sovereign” to “void and null”.
54 Geo. 3. c. 67.The Justiciary Courts (Scotland) Act 1814.Sections 1 to 4.
6 Geo. 4. c. 22.The Jurors (Scotland) Act 1825.Sections 8 and 9.
In section 14, the proviso.
Sections 15 and 16.
Section 17, so far as relating to criminal trials.
Section 18.
Section 20.
7 Geo. 4. c. 8.The Juries (Scotland) Act 1826.Sections 4 and 5 so far as relating to returns to criminal courts.
9 Geo. 4. c. 29.The Circuit Courts (Scotland) Act 1828.Section 2.
Section 5.
Section 7.
Section 10.
Section 12.
Section 14.
Section 17.
Section 21.
Section 23.
11 Geo. 4 & 1 Wm. 4. c. 37.The Criminal Law (Scotland) Act 1830.Section 8.
Section 12.
1 & 2 Vict. c. 119.The Sheriff Courts (Scotland) Act 1838.Section 25.
3 & 4 Vict. c. 59.The Evidence (Scotland) Act 1840.Sections 1, 3 and 4 so far as relating to criminal proceedings.
11 & 12 Vict. c. 79.The Justiciary (Scotland) Act 1848.Section 4.
Section 7.
Sections 11 and 12.
15 & 16 Vict. c. 27.The Evidence (Scotland) Act 1852.Sections 1, 3 and 4 so far as relating to criminal proceedings.
16 & 17 Vict. c. 80.The Sheriff Courts (Scotland) Act 1853.Section 34.
31 & 32 Vict. c. 95.The Court of Justiciary (Scotland) Act 1868.Section 1.
Section 10.
Section 16.
Section 18.
50 & 51 Vict. c. 35.The Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1887.Sections 1 and 2.
In section 3, the words from “and all indictments” to the end of the section.
Sections 4 to 44.
Sections 47 to 76.
51 & 52 Vict. c. 36.The Bail (Scotland) Act 1888.The whole Act.
61 & 62 Vict. c. 36.The Criminal Evidence Act 1898.The whole Act, except so far as relating to courts-martial.
7 Edw. 7. c. 51.The Sheriff Courts (Scotland) Act 1907.Section 4 so far as relating to criminal proceedings.
8 Edw. 7. c. 65.The Summary Jurisdiction (Scotland) Act 1908.Section 2.
Section 10.
Section 19(3) and (5).
Section 30.
Section 43.
Sections 45 to 47.
Section 77.
6 & 7 Geo. 5. c. 50.The Larceny Act 1916.Section 39(2) and (3).
9 & 10 Geo. 5. c. 71.The Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919.Sections 1 and 4(2) so far as relating to criminal proceedings.
11 & 12 Geo. 5. c. 50.The Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1921.The whole Act.
15 & 16 Geo. 5. c. 81.The Circuit Courts and Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1925.The whole Act
16 & 17 Geo. 5. c. 15.The Criminal Appeal (Scotland) Act 1926.Sections 1 to 3.
In section 4(1), the first and second sentences.
Sections 5 to 18.
23 & 24 Geo. 5. c. 41.The Administration of Justice (Scotland) Act 1933.Section 19.
Section 21.
1 Edw. 8 & 1 Geo. 6. c. 37.The Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937.Sections 24 and 25.
Sections 39 to 45.
Section 46 so far as relating to criminal proceedings.
Sections 47 to 55.
Section 57(1) and (2).
Section 58.
Section 58A(1).
Section 59(2), (3) and (4).
Section 63.
Section 67.
Section 103.
Schedule 1.
3 & 4 Geo. 6. c. 42.The Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Scotland) Act 1940.Section 8.
12, 13 & 14 Geo. 6. c. 94.The Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1949.Part I, except sections 21 and 42.
Section 67.
Section 79(2).
Schedule 2.
In Schedule 11, the entries relating to the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1887 and the Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937 (other than section 62 thereof).
2 & 3 Eliz. 2. c. 48.The Summary Jurisdiction (Scotland) Act 1954.Sections 1 to 73.
In section 74, in subsection (1), the first sentence, and subsection (2).
Section 75.
Section 76(1)(a), (b) and (c).
Section 77, except for the definition of “High Court”.
Section 78.
Schedule 1.
Schedule 4.
8 & 9 Eliz. 2. c. 23.The First Offenders (Scotland) Act 1960.The whole Act.
8 & 9 Eliz. 2. c. 61.The Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1960.Sections 54 and 55.
Section 57(1) to (4).
Section 59(1).
Section 60(1), (2) and (4).
Sections 62 and 63.
Section 96(5).
In Schedule 4, the entry relating to the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1949.
1963 c. 37.The Children and Young Persons Act 1963.In section 57, subsection (2) and, in subsection (4), the words “and 54”.
1963 c. 39.The Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1963.Section 1.
Section 2(2).
Section 3.
Sections 6 to 8.
Section 13.
Sections 16 and 17.
Sections 23 to 25.
Section 26(1).
Sections 27 to 47.
In section 53(1), the words “sections 39 and 40”.
In section 53(3), the words “section 38”.
In Schedule 1, paragraphs 4 to 10.
In Schedule 3, Part I.
In Schedule 5, the entries relating to the Summary Jurisdiction (Scotland) Act 1954 and the First Offenders (Scotland) Act 1960.
1965 c. 39.The Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1965.The whole Act.
1965 c. 71.The Murder (Abolition of Death Penalty) Act 1965.Section 1(1), (2), (3) and (5) except so far as relating to courts-martial.
1966 c. 19.The Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Scotland) Act 1966.Section 9.
1967 c. 80.The Criminal Justice Act 1967.Section 48(1).
Section 54(6) and (8).
Section 62(8).
Section 64(2)(c).
Section 68.
Section 72(1) to (4).
Section 93(3).
In Schedule 6, paragraph 21.
1968 c. 49.The Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968.Section 56, except subsection (5).
Section 57(1).
In Schedule 2, in Part I, in paragraph 2, the words “(except in section 54)”.
In Schedule 2, Part II, except in paragraph 16, section 58A(2) and (3) of the Children and Young Persons (Scotland) Act 1937, and paragraphs 7 and 18.
In Schedule 8, paragraphs 1, 22 to 31, 55, 56 and 69 to 72.
1969 c. 54.The Children and Young Persons Act 1969.In Schedule 5, paragraphs 25, 26, 67 and 68.
In Schedule 5, in paragraph 65(2), the words “and 13”.
1972 c. 71.The Criminal Justice Act 1972.Section 23.
1973 c. 62.The Powers of Criminal Courts Act 1973.In section 53, the words from “or under” to “1949”.
In section 58(a), the word “53”.
In Schedule 5, paragraphs 3, 8, 11, 18 and 19.
1973 c. 65.The Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973.In Schedule 27, paragraphs 6, 7 and 15.

Part IIS Acts of Adjournal Revoked

Year and date or numberTitleExtent of revocation
1815 (June 26).Act of adjournal—High Court (Scotland) Fines and Forfeited Penalties—1815 (June 26).The words from “all fines imposed” (where those words first occur) to “otherwise disposed of”.
1817 (Sep. 9).Act of adjournal—Swearing the same Assize on different trials—1817 (Sep. 9).The whole Act.
1821 (July 9).Act of Adjournal—Doubles of Indictments and Criminal Letters—1821 (July 9).The whole Act.
1849 (Aug. 1)Act of adjournal—Procedure and Records in the High Court—1849 (Aug. 1).Sections III and V.
1879 (Feb. 22).Act of Adjournal—Sentences of Imprisonment—1879 (Feb. 22).The whole Act.
1887 (Nov. 3).Act of Adjournal—Summoning of Jurors and Report under Public Record (Scotland) Act 1809—1887 (Nov. 3).Section 3(3).
1900 (Mar 20).Act of Adjournal—Fine or Imprisonment (Scotland and Ireland) Act 1899—1900 (Mar. 20).The whole Act.
1909 (Mar. 20).Act of Adjournal—Appeals under section 63 of the Summary Jurisdiction (Scotland) Act 1908—1909 (Mar. 20).The whole Act.
1920 No.2462.Act of Adjournal—Return of Jurors for Sittings of High Court at Edinburgh—1920 No.2462.The whole Act.
1921 No.167.Act of Adjournal—Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 and Jurors (Enrolment of Women) (Scotland) Act 1920—1921 No.167.The whole Act.
1925 No.366.Act of Adjournal—Absent Jurors, Application and Remissions of Fines—1925 No. 366.The whole Act.
1926 No.1373.Act of Adjournal—Criminal Appeal (Scotland) Act 1926—1926 No.1373.The whole Act, except section 19(b) and the Schedule.
1935 (Mar. 22).Act of Adjournal—Shorthand Notes at Criminal Trials—1935 (Mar. 22).The whole Act.
1936 No.1151.Act of Adjournal—Verdicts and Sentences—1936 No.1151.The whole Act.
1950 (June 15).Act of Adjournal Fines on Indictments (Payment by Instalments) 1950 (1950 (June 15)).The whole Act.
S.I. 1964/249.Act of Adjournal (Summary Procedure) 1964 (1964 No.249).The whole Act, except sections 13 and 14 and the Schedule.
S.I. 1966/694.Act of Adjournal (Procedure in Criminal Trials Amendment) 1966 (1966 No.694).The whole Act.

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