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(4.) A copy of the rules* of a certified reformatory

school, purporting to be signed by the Inspector
of Reformatory Schools, shall be evidence of such

rules in all legal proceedings whatever.
(5.) A school to which any youthful offender is

directed to be sent in pursuance of this Act shall,
until the contrary is proved, be deemed to be a
certified reformatory school within the meaning
of this Act.

LEGAL PROCEEDINGS.

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34. The following Acts, that is to say,

Recovery of penalties.
In England, the Act of the Session of the 11th and

12th years of her present Majesty, chapter 43,
intituled An Act to facilitate the Performance of
the Duties of Justices of the Peace out of Sessions,
within England and Wales, with respect to
summary Convictions and Orders, and any Acts

amending the same ;f
In Scotland, the Summary Procedure Act, 1864,9—
shall apply to all offences, payments, and orders in
respect of which jurisdiction is given to justices or a
magistrate by this Act, or which are directed to be
prosecuted, enforced, or made in a summary manner
or upon summary conviction.
35. Any notice

may
be served on the managers

of

& Service of notice on certified reformatory school by delivering the same managers of schools. personally to any one of them, or by sending it, by post or otherwise, in a letter addressed to them, or any of them, at the school, or at the usual or last-known place of abode of any manager, or of their secretary.

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FORMS.

Use of forms in 36. No summons, notice, or order made for the

pur

schedule. pose of carrying into effect the provisions of this Act shall England and Scotland. be invalidated for want of form only ; and the forms in

* For Model Rules issued by the Secretary of State see Appendix C.,

P. 40.

† This

refers to the Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1847–48 (11 & 12 Vict. c. 43). Sections 4, 23, 27, 30, 35, and 36 are inapplicable to proceedings under the Reformatory and Industrial Schools Acts, as also is the Schedule.

I These Acts are the Summary Jurisdiction Acts, 1879 and 1884.

Š This Act must also be read with the Summary Jurisdiction (Scotland) Act, 1881 (44 & 45 Vict. c. 33).

the schedule to this Act* annexed, or forms to the like effect, may be used in the cases to which they refer, with such variations as circumstances require, and when used shall be deemed sufficient.

Enactments herein damed repealed.

Sect. 11 of 1 & 2
Vict. c. 82.

17 & 18 Vict. c. 86.

18 & 19 Vict. c. 87.

REPEAL of ENACTMENTS. 37. There shall be repealed the enactments hereinafter mentioned, that is to say,

Section eleven of the Act of the session of the first and second years of Her present Majesty, chapter eighty-two, intituled “ An Act for establishing a Prison for young Offenders”;

The Act of the session of the seventeenth and eighteenth years of Her present Majesty, chapter eightysix, intituled “An Act for the better Care and Reformation of youthful Offenders in Great Britain”;

The Act of the session of the eighteenth and nineteenth years of Her present Majesty, chapter eighty-seven, intituled “An Act to amend the Act for “ the better Care and Reformation of youthful “ Offenders, and the Act to render Reformatory and • Industrial Schools in Scotland more available for “ thc Benefit of Vagrant Children";

The Act of the session of the nineteenth and twentieth years of Her present Majesty, chapter one hundred and pine, intituled “ An Act to amend the “ Mode of committing Criminal and Vagrant Children " to Reformatory and Industrial Schools";

The Act of the sessior of the twentieth and twentyfirst years of Her present Majesty, chapter fifty-five, intituled " An Act to promote the Establishment and Extension of Reformatory Schools in England”:

Provided that such repeal shall not affect-
1. Any certificate given or anything duly done

under any Act hereby repealed;
2. Any penalty, forfeiture, or other punishment

incurred under any Act bereby repealed, or any

remedy for recovering or enforcing the same. 38. This Act shall apply to all reformatory schools certified under the Acts hereby repealed, or any of

19 & 20 Vict. c. 109.

20 & 21 Vict. c. 55.

Application of Act to existing certified schools.

* The forms in the schedule to this Act (A), (B), and (C) have, by the Summary Jurisdiction Acts, been replaced by the schedule of additional Forms under the Summary Jurisdiction Rule, 1895. Forms (D), (E), (F), (G), (H), and (J) remain the same as they were under the Reformatory Schools Act, 1866. For forms Sec Appendix A., post, p. 28.

them, and to all offenders sent to any reformatory school under the Acts hereby repealed, or any of them, in the same manner in all respects as if such schools had been certified and such offenders had been sent thereto under this Act, with this qualification, that no youthful offender shall be detained in any reformatory school in pursuance of any order made under the repealed Acts, or any of them, for a longer period than he would have been liable to be detained therein if this Act had not been passed.

APPENDIX A.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS, 1895.

423. No.

'L. 24.

SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS.
RULE AND SCHEDULE

OF
ADDITIONAL FORMS

DATED
NOVEMBER 5, 1895, UNDER THE SUMMARY JURIS-
DICTION ACTS.

RULE. The forms in the schedule hereto, or forms to the like effect, may be used with such variations as circumstances may require for the purposes of the Reformatory Schools Act, 1866, and the Reformatory Schools Act, 1893, and for the purposes of the Industrial Schools Act, 1866, the Industrial Schools Act Amendment Act, 1880, and the Elementary Education Act, 1876, and this rule may be cited as the Summary Jurisdiction Rule, 1895.

The Summary Jurisdiction Rule, 1891, is hereby annulled. Dated the 5th day of November, 1895.

(Signed) Halsbury C.

of

day of

SCHEDULE
TAE REFORMATORY SCHOOLS ACT, 1866, AND THE
REFORMATORY SCHOOLS Act, 1893.

Conviction.
In the [County of

Petty Sessional Division ]. Before the Court of Summary Jurisdiction sitting at

the 18 A.B., of

herein-after called the defendant, being under the age of 16 years [*and appearing to the said Court to be of the age of not less than 12 years], to wit, of the age of years, having been born, so far as has been ascertained, on the

is this day convicted for that he, on the day of at

within the aforesaid, did [here state the offence]; [*and it was proved to the Court that the said A.B. had been previously convicted of ]

And [it is adjudged that the defendant for his said offence be imprisoned in Her Majesty's prison at

day of

18

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* These conditions are alternative.

and there kept (to hard labour] for the space of

; and] it is ordered in pursuance of the Reformatory Schools Act, 1866, and the Reformatory Schools Act, 1893, that the said defendant (whose religious persuasion appeared to the Court to be

) be sent to the reformatory school at

in the county (or borough] of

the managers whereof are willing to receive him (or to some certified reformatory school to be hereafter and before the expiration of the term of imprisonment aforesaid named in this behalf], and to be there detained for the period of

commencing from and after the

day of (the date of the expiration of the sentence] (or this day).

(L.S.) Justice of the Peace for the

aforesaid.

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J.P.

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Committal to Prison and Order of Detention in

Reformatory School.
In the [County of

].
To each and all of the constables of
and to the Governor of Her Majesty's prison at

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A.B., of

herein-after called the defendant being under the age of 16 years [ *and appearing to the said Court to be of the age of not less than 12 years], to wit, of the age of

having been born, so far as has beeu ascertained, on the

day of

189 ), was this day, before the Court of Summary Jurisdiction sitting at

convicted for that he, on the day of

, did [statiny the offence as in the conviction] [ *and it was proved to the Court that the said A.B. had been previously convicted of

And it was adjudged that the defendant should for his said offence be imprisoned in Her Majesty's prison at

And there kept (to hard labour] for the space of

and it was ordered in pursuance of the Reformatory Schools Act, 1866, and the Reformatory Schools Act, 1993, that the said defendant (whose religious persuasion appeared to the Court to be

) be sent, at the expiration of the term of imprisonment aforesaid, to the

reformatory school at in the county of

(the managers whereof are willing to receive him therein), [or

;

* These conditions are alternative.

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