536 Assembly Proceedings, September 1664.
P. R. O.
sume of Tobacco in powder and shott, wch said powder and shot
shal bee imployed and used in case that any inuasion or inua-
sions of an Enemy should hapen or any other Emergenz ocation of
the prouince, Butt upon noe other acct whatsoever, And there-
fore an Acct shall bee given at each succeeding assembly how
the said amunition is expended or disposed off to the end the
said proportion may still bee mayntayned and at the charge of
the whole prouince made good againe. This Act to Endure
for three Yeares or to the end of the next General Assembly.
An additional Act to an Act entituled
an Act concerninge the paymt of fees due
from Criminall persons.
Whereas the former Act made for the paymt of fees due
from Criminall persons doth enioyne generally all Criminals
to pay and satisfye all such fees as shall bee due from them
unto the sheriff or goaler either by servitude or otherwise
wthout any exception or prouision made as to Servrs not hauing
wherewth all and in noe wise capable of satisfyinge such their
fees wherefore bee it enacted by the Right honorble the Lord
proprr by and wth the Consent of the uper and Lower house of
this present genll Assembly that from henceforth all such fees
as shall be due from such serts Criminals shall bee satisfyed
and defrayed at the charge of that County where the fact is
comitted. And bee further Enacted that all and euery Crimi-
nal Servt for whome the cuntye shal paye the ffees due to the
Sheriffs as aforesaid at the end and expiration of his time of
Servitude due to his master by Indenture or Lawe of the
cuntye shall by servitude or otherwise satisfye unto the Coms
of each respective County for the use of the Respective Countys
such sum of Tobacco as they haue payd unto the respective
Sheriffs for ffees as aforesaid. This Act to endure for three
years or to the end of the next gen! Assembly.
An Act ffor Reuiuinge Certaine
Lawes wthin this province.
For as much as certaine Lawes made and enacted att a
generall Assembly held att St Leonards in Caluert Countye
Anno 1658: beinge found some of them very conuenient and
conducive to the publick good of this prouince wch said Lawes
beinge temporarye Lawes will unavoydably fall and Expire if
Express prouision bee not made for the continuinge and re-
uiuinge of them Bee itt therefore Enacted by the Lord Propr
wth the assent and aprobation of the uper and Lower house of