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Derbyshire Mining Customs and Mineral Courts Act 1852

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XXIII Duties of Deputy Barmaster.U.K.

The Duties of the Deputy Barmaster, whether the Barmaster be absent or present, shall be to serve Summonses in Actions in the Small Barmote Courts of their respective Districts, to serve Summonses on Jurors, and to attend Views on Mines within their respective Districts, to collect the Dues payable within their respective Districts, to keep Accounts of such Dues, to keep a Book, and make therein written Entries and Particulars of all Meers of Ground which shall be measured and set out by them under the Provisions of this Act, and also of all Transfers of Mines which may be made as herein-after provided, and also of all Freeings, Gifts, and other Matters connected with the Mines within their respective Districts, to sign such Book, and to deliver the same half-yearly, together with a fair Copy of the aforesaid Accounts also signed by them respectively, each such Half-yearly Account to end with the Twenty-fifth ofMarchor Twenty-ninth ofSeptember,to the Steward at the Great Barmote Court next after the Day to which such Accounts shall be made up, or with the Consent of the Steward at any Adjournment of the said Court, or at any subsequent Great Barmote Court, to produce any such Book, and to make and deliver other fair Copies of the aforesaid Accounts at any other Time upon Demand being made by the Steward for the Production of any such Book or for any such Copy, and (in all other Cases in which the Barmaster shall not be present and choose to perform such Duties in Person) to perform within their respective Districts all such Duties as are in this Act mentioned as forming Part of the Duties or Business of the Barmaster, and generally to assist the Barmaster, when required by him so to do, in any other Matters forming Part of or connected with the Duties of Barmaster, whether in their own District or elsewhere within the Jurisdiction of the Barmaster.

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