APPEALS FROM THE DISTRICT COURT
2. The hearing shall take place at the sitting which is held in the nearest town in the circuit to the courthouse at which the decision appealed from was given, unless the Judge shall otherwise order.
5. Whenever an appeal in a criminal case from a justice of the District Court to a Judge of the Circuit Court shall not have been prosecuted, or the original order shall have been confirmed or varied on appeal, or either party shall upon appeal have been ordered to pay a specified sum for costs, the Judge may direct the issue by the County Registrar of all warrants necessary and proper for the execution of the original order or of such varied order and to enforce the payment of such costs.
6. Where the order of the Judge of the District Court, as confirmed or varied on appeal, directs the imprisonment of any person the Judge may, upon confirming or varying the said order, or at any time before the issue of a warrant by a Judge of the District Court, or by the County Registrar, for the execution of such order so varied or confirmed, direct that such person be taken into custody forthwith, or detained in custody, and imprisoned pending the issue of such warrant.
7. In cases in which jurisdiction has been conferred upon the District Court by section 77A of the Courts of Justice Act, 1924 the court may issue the instrument necessary to enforce its decision, or may allow the same to be issued by the District Court in accordance with section 23 of the Courts of Justice (District Court)Act, 1946.
8. The County Registrar shall certify to the Clerk of the District Court from which the appeal was taken the purport of every order made by the court on appeal, and shall return to the said Clerk the original summons, civil summons or other documents by which the proceedings have been instituted.