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ABSTRACT of Title to Lands: Cost of, and making out Title, to be borne

by Company requiring the Lands, (see Lands), , . xix. 82, xx. 9, 20
Abstracts of Accounts, (see Accounts), . . . vi, 116, 120, vii, 107
ACCESS to Special Acts of Companies : see under Special Acts.
ACCIDENTS:
Any Railway Accident attended with serious personal injury, to be reported

by Company to Board of Trade, . .
Within 48 hours after occurrence,
Penalty for neglecting to report, £5 a day,
Board of Trade may require returns of serious accidents, from Railway

Companies, whether attended with personal injury or not, . . iv.
In such Form and Manner as Board of Trade may direct, . . iv.
Penalty for not furnishing returns required, within 14 days, £5 a day, iv,
Act of 1846 for Compensation of Families of persons killed by, .
Action for damages maintainable against Party causing death through
neglect, &c., although amounting to Felony, .

. .XXX, 1
Partition of Damages by Jury, amongst relatives of deceased, . . XXX. 2
But not more than one action to lie in respect of same subject matter, xxx, 3

And every action to be commenced within 12 Months after the Death, xxx. 3
Regulation of such actions and damages,
Plaintiff to deliver to Defendant, full Particulars of the parties on

whose behalf action is brought, and of grounds or nature of Claim

for damages, . . .
In case of Accidents to Works, or Slips in cuttings, embankments, &c.,

Board of Trade may empower Railway Company to enter adjoining
Lands to repair or prevent same,

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. . . . iv, 14
And in case of necessity, Company may enter on the Lands and do the

necessary works without waiting for sanction of Board of Trade, . iv. 14
But in the latter case to report, within 48 hours, to Board of Trade;

and power of entry to cease, in case the Board of Trade certify the
works to be unnecessary for safety, . .

. . iv. 14
Proviso for the works being as little injurious as possible to the lands.
and for compensation, . .

. iv, 14
And the land not to be taken permanently without Certificate from

Board of Trade, . . . . . . . . . iv. 14
ACCOMMODATION WORKS:
Provisions as to Works for Accommodation and Protection of Lands
adjoining Railway, . . .

. . vii. 68 et seq.
Company to make and maintain for accommodation of Owners and Occu-

piers of Lands, &c., adjoining Railway,
Gates, Bridges, Culverts, Passages, to make good interruptions caused
to use of lands, . .

. . . vii. 68
To be made immediately after the portion of Railway interrupting, vii, 68

l'enalty on person omitting to shut and fasten Accommodation Gates, vii, 75
Fences; posts, rails, hedges, ditches, or mounds, &c., for separating
Railway land from adjoining land, .

. vii. 68
To be made immediately after taking land, if owners so require, . vii. 68
Also Gates, to open towards adjoining lands; and Stiles, . . . vii. 68
To be made as soon as conveniently may be, .

. vii. 68
Drainage of water from lands; arches, tunnels, culverts, drains, or

other passages, for this purpose, .
To be made as Railway works proceed,

. vii. 68
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ACCOMMODATION WORKS: continued.

Watering places for cattle, where cut off from previous watering places, vii. 68

And Watercourses and Drains for conveying Water to same,. . vii. 68
But Company not required to make Accommodation Works so as to
obstruct use of Railway, . .

. . . . . vii. 68
Nor to make works where Compensation is paid in lieu of them, vii. 68
Company failing to commence works for 14 days after date for commence-

ment, they may be executed by party aggrieved, at cost of Company, vii. 70
But party not to obstruct or injure Railway longer or more than

necessary, . . . . . . . . . . vii. 70
Differences as to Nature, Sufficiency, and Maintenanee of, as well as time

for completion, to be determined by two Justices, . . . vii. 69
Disputes as to expenses to be settled by Justices, . . . . vii. 70
Uatil Company have made required works of communication, owners and

occupiers of lands, and persons having rights of way, &c., may cross

the Railway with carriages and horses, &c., , . . . vii. 74
Except where Compensation paid in lieu of such communications, . vii, 74
Owners or Occupiers may, at their own expense, make such Accommo-

dation Works as may be agreed to by Company or authorized by

Justices, in addition to those made by Company
Such additional works to be eonstructed under superintendence and

approval of Company's Engineer,

But Company not to require more expensive works than their own, . vii. 72
Company not to be required to make additional Accommodation Works

after five years from opening of Railway. . . . . . vii.
As to other Works, see Works, and under respeetive heads, as Bridges, &c.
Power to Company to take temporary occupation or use of lands, during

construction of Works, &c. (see under Lands), . . . vii. 32 et seq.
Compensation in lieu of Works and keeping in repair, where Railway
is abandoned, . . . .

, XXXy. 21 et seq.
Accommodation Works in Ireland; provisions relating to, in Irish Rail-

ways Act, (see under Lands, Ireland), . . . . XX, 4 et seq.
ACCOUNTABILITY of Officers :-provisions with respect to, in Companies
Clauses Act (and see Accounts), . . .

vi. 109 et seq.
Officers entrusted with Money, to give security,

. . vi, 109
And to keep and deliver Accounts, with Vouchers,

vi. 110
And pay balances due from them, . . .

. vi. 110
Collectors of Tolls and other officers, of Company, on termination of em-
ployment, to deliver up property of Company, &c., .

vii. 106
Proceedings on failure to do so, . .

vii, 106
Summary remedy against officers failing to account, by summons before
Justices, . . . . . . . . .

. . vi. 111
Or failing to deliver up papers, property, &c.,

. vi, 111
Balances may be recovered by distress; in default, imprisonment for
8 months, . .

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. vi. 111
Officer refusing to deliver up documents, &c., may be imprisoned until
he does, . . . . . ,,

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Where reason to believe the officer about to abscond, Warrant to appre-

. vi. 112
hend may be issued in first instance,

. vi. 113
Sureties not discharged by such proceedings,

. vi, 114
ACCOUNTANT-GENERAL:
Deposit of money, under Standing Orders, by subscribers to public
works, . .

. xxiv. 2 et seq.
Deposit of purchase money or compensation to parties having limited
interests,

.: . xix, 69 et seq. xx. 18
(ACCOUNTANT-GENERAL, - continued.

ACCOUNTANT-GENERAL: continued.

Deposit of value of Lands prior to entry upon same, xix, 85 et seq. xx. 22 et seq.

(See under Lands, &c.)
ACCOUNTS:
Provisions as to keeping of, and right of inspection by Shareholders, vi. 115 et seq.

As to accountability of officers (see Accountability), . . . vi. 109 et seq.
Directors to cause Accounts to be kept of receipts and expenditure, vi. 115

To appoint a Bookkeeper for the purpose, . . . . . vi. 119
Books to be balanced 14 days before each Ordinary Meeting,

. vi. 116
And Balance Sheet to be made up, showing Capital Stock, Credits, and

Property of Company; their Debts, and Profit or Loss, . vi, 116
Such Balance Sheet to be examined by Directors and signed by Chair-

man or Deputy-Chairman, (and see under Dividends,). . ri. 116, 120
And produced by Directors at Ordinary Meetings, with Report of Au-
ditors (see Auditors) thereon, . .

. . vi 108, 118
Accounts and Balance Sheet to be open to inspection of Shareholders,

for 14 days before Ordinary Meetings, and One Month after, vi, 117, 119
But not at other times, except under written order signed by three
Directors, . . .

. . vi. 117, 119
Penalty on Bookkeeper, for refusing to permit Shareholders to inspect,

and take Copies or Extracts during preseribed periods, . . vi. 119
Accounts to be open to inspection by Mortgagees and Bondholders (see

Borrowing Powers) . . . . . . . . . vi. 55
Accounts to be kept and open to inspection of Revenue officers, for pur.

pose of Passenger Tax, in Great Britain (see under Passenger Tax), xviii. 4
Accounts to be kept in manner directed by Treasury in certain cases

(see Treasury), . . . . . . . . . . 7.5
Annual Abstract of Accounts, showing receipts and expenditure, to 31st

Dec., or other date in each year, to be made up and audited, .vii. 107
And, if required, to be transmitted to Overseers of Parishes and Clerks

of Peace by 31st January following, . . . . . .v. 107
And to be open to inspection; Fee, .

vii, 107
Penalty for failure to send such Account when required, . . . vii. 107
Audit of, (see under Auditors), .

. vi. 106-8, 118
ACT: see Special Act.
ACTIONS:
For compensation of Families of Persons killed by Accident (see under
Accidents ),

. . . . . .
For Calls, (see under Calls),

xxx. 1 et seq.

. vi. 25 et seg.
For cost of additional Constables, (see Constables),

xxviii, 3
For enforcing Contracts, by or against Company, (see Contracts),. . vi, 97
For neglect or default in Carriage of Goods, &c.; and Limitation of

Damages for Loss of Animals, &c., (see Carriers, &c.), . . xv, 7
For recovery of Balances to Clearing House (see Clearing House), xxxi, 12, 14-17
For recovery of Damages by parties entitled to right of way over Roads
interfered with by Company, . . .

. . vii. 55
For recovery of Rent-charges, &c., (see under Lands), . . . . xix. 11
Service of Proceedings in,. .

vi. 135 et seq.
After Tender of sufficient amends, no action to lie, vi. 141, vii. 139, xix. 185

And see under respective heads; as Lands, Damages, Penalties, &c.
ADDITIONAL ACCOMMODATION : taking of Land for, and for extraor-

dinary purposes (see under Lunds, &c.), . . xix. 12-14, vii. 45
ADDRESS BOOK :
Shareholders Address Book to be kept by Company, .

. vi. 10
Particulars to be entered therein,

. vi, 10
Form for same,

. App. p. 392
DRESS Book, continued

ADDRESS Book : continued.
Shareholders entitled to inspect, gratis,

. . vi, 10
And may require copy or extracts, .

. vi, 10
Fee, 6d. for every 100 words required to be copied, . . . . vi, 10
ADJOURNMENT of Meetings : see under Meetings.
ADMINISTRATION, Letters of ; see Transmission of Shares, &c.
ADMIRALTY:
Consent of, and of Commissioners of Woods and Forests, to execution of

Works ou Seashore, Creeks, Bays, or Tidal Rivers, &c., , . vii, 17
ADVANCES : see Borrowing Powers, Calls.
ADVERTISEMENT : see under Notices.
AGREEMENTS: (see Contracts, Lease, &c.)
Between Companies, &c., as to working arrangements, &c. ; see under

Canals, Carriages, Tolls, Traffic, Working Arrangements, &c.
Between Postmaster-General and Company, as to Conveyance of Mails,

and remuneration for same; see Mails.
Purchase of Lands, &c., by agreement, and otherwise than by agreement;

(see under Lands, &c.), . . . . xix, 16 et seq., xx. 3 et
AMALGAMATION of Railways :
Fares or Tolls to be calculated for fractions of miles, in case of amalga-

mated Railways as if they were one Railway (see Agreements, Work-

ing Arrangements, &c.), . . . . . . . . vii. 91
AMENDS for damages or injury, tender of : provisions in
Companies Clauses Act, . .

vi. 141
Railways Clauses Act,

. . . . vii. 139
Lands Clauses Act,

. . . . . xix, 185
AMMUNITION:
Conveyance of, with Troops, &c., by Railway, .

. iv, 20, v. 12
Gunpowder and other dangerous goods not to be sent by Railway without

notice, &c.; Penalty, . . . . . . . . vii, 105
ANIMALS:

Liability of Company for loss or injury of; Limitations, (see Carriers), . . 7
APPEAL:
Parties aggrieved by Adjudication of Justice as to Penalties or Forfeitures,

may appeal to Quarter Sessions, . . vi, 159, vii, 157, xix. 146
Within 4 months after adjudication, . . vi, 159, vii. 157, xix. 146
Ten days' notice stating grounds of appeal to be given, and security

for Costs, . . . . . . vi. 159, vii, 157, xix. 146
Quarter Sessions to hear and determine appeal, vi. 160, vii. 158, xix. 147

And may confirm, mitigate, or quash adjudication, vi. 160, vii, 158, xix. 147

And order as to Costs of adjudication and appeal, vi. 160, vii, 158, xix. 147
Appeal to Quarter Sessions against decision of Justices as to Level

Crossings of Railway over Roads, (see Crossings), . . vii. 59, 60
Traverse of Arbitrator's Award, to Assizes, in Ireland (see under Lands,

Ireland). . . . . . . . . . . . xx. 26-28
See under respective heads of subjects.
APPLICATION:
Of Moneys raised by Company, by Subscription, Shares, Loans, &c., to

payment for Act and to purposes of Company, . .
Of Penalties; half to informer and half to the poor: under Companies
Clauses Act, .

. vi, 152
Under Railways Clauses Act,

vii. 150
Under Lands Clauses Act,

xix, 139
(APPLICATION,- continued.

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APPLICATION, -continued.
Application of Purchase Money or Compensation for Lands, &c. ; see

under Lands, &c.
APPORTIONMENT:
Of Rents and Rent-charges on Lands taken for Railways (see under
Lands), . .

. . xix. 8, 98, 104, 116, 119, 1-20
In case part only of Lands subject to Rent-charge, &c. be required;

mode of apportioning and releasing such charge, . xix. 116
Continuance of Rent-charge, &c., on Lands not taken, . . xix, 118
As to Lands subject to Leases ; Apportionment of rent, where part only
of lands included in a Lease is required, .

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. xix. 119
Mode of settling such apportionment, and future liabilities of lessee, xix. 119
Parties under disability enabled to sell and convey or release ; Corpora-

tions, Trustees, Guardians of Unions, Trustees, &c., . , . xix. 7
And to enfranchise Copybolds to release from and apportion Rent
charges or Incumbrances,

xix. 8

is whare only part of
Provision for apportionment of Copyhold rents, where only part of

lands subject to them is taken, . .
If not settled by agreement, to be settled by Justices, . . .xix, 98
Reservation of rights of Lord of Manor in respect of apportioned rents, xix. 98
Apportionment of Compensation in case of Common or Waste Lands
(see under Common ). .

xix. 104
Apportionment of Tithe Rent-charge (see Tithe), . . . . . 22
AQUAFORTIS, and other dangerous goods, not to be sent by Railway

without notice, &c.; Penalty, . . . . . . vii. I
AQUEDUCTS: Construction of, &c., (see Works),.

. . vii, 16
ARBITRATION:
Provisions as to settlement of Disputes by Arbitration : in Companies
Clauses Act, . . .

vi. 128 et seq.
In Railways Clauses Act,

vii. 126 et seq.
In Lands Clauses Act, .

xix. 25 et seq.
In Irish Railways or Lands Act,

Xx, 5 et seq.
Cases in which provision is made for Arbitration:
In disputes with Post Office (see Mails), . .

. i. 6, 7, 9, 16-18
As to terms for laying down and use of Telegraphs (see Telegraphs), . v. 13
In differences with Treasury as to purchase-money, where Treasury

exercises power to purchase Railway, (see Treasury), . . . v. 2
As to fitness of Engines and Carriages (see Engines and Carriages), vii. 115-117
In cases of Compensation, under Lands Clauses Act, &c. (see under

Lands, &c.), . . . xix. 23-27, 38, 61-68, 94, 96, 105, 110, 115, 125
In Ireland, (see Lands, Ireland,) . .

• . Xx, 5-26
As to price on re-sale of Surplus Lands not required by the Company, xix. 130

As to Compensation for Injury done to Mines (see Mines), . . vii. 81
ARBITRATORS:
Provisions as to Settlement of Disputes by Arbitration, appointment and

proceedings of Arbitrators,
In Companies Clauses Act, .

vi, 128 et seq.
In Railways Clauses Act, .

vii. 126 et seq.
In Lands Clauses Act,

xix. 25 et seq.
In Irish Railways or Lands Act,

. XX. 5 et seq.
Questions to be settled by arbitration : see under Arbitration
Appointment of an Arbitrator, or two Arbitrators, where questions are to

be settled by arbitration, . . . . . vi. 128, vii. 126, xix. 25
Mode of appointment; Submission to arbitration, , vi, 128, vii, 126, xix. 25

(ABBITBATORS,-continued.

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