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Annual list of traders; printing and sale of lists, §§ 33, 34. Chairman of quarter sessions to revise list, § 35.
Revision, how to be conducted; correction of lists; costs, §§ 36 to 45.
Days, hours, and places for elections, § 46.
Qualification of commissioners, § 51.
Rotation of representatives of householders and of traders, §§ 54, 55.
Provision for non-delivery of list, § 56.
Mode of supplying casual vacancies, § 57.
Error in elections not to vitiate acts done, § 58.
Expenses to be paid by commissioners, § 59.
Meetings of commissioners; quorum, &c., §§ 60, 61.
Audit of accounts, § 62.
Commissioners not disqualified from acting as justices, § 63. Transfer to harbour commissioners of powers of town and harbour commissioners as to harbour, § 65.
Application of Act of 1846 to harbour commissioners, § 66. Section 59. of Harbour Act, 1846, amended, § 67.
Vesting in harbour commissioners of harbour, works, &c. of town and harbour commissioners, § 68.
Providing for map of harbour commissioners property, § 69. Existing works may be maintained and used, §70.
Provisions of Railway Clauses Act, 1863, incorporated, § 71. Conveyances, actions, debts, rates, byelaws, &c. to continue, §§ 72 to 79.
Power to take lands referenced, § 80.
Five years for compulsory purchase, § 81.
Power to take additional lands by agreement, § 82.
Power to sell, &c. lands not wanted, § 84.
Provision as to houses of labouring classes, § 85.
Power to construct waterworks and take waters, § 86.
Five years for completion of works, § 87.
Power to agree for compensation in water, § 91.
Providing compensation water to the Doonally estate, § 92. Also to the estate of Owen Wynne, Esquire, and Major W. R. Ormsby Gore, §§ 93, 94.
Supply of water and limits of Act, § 95.
Supply of water to houses of 101. value or under, § 96.
Public fountains, 97.
Water supply to lands not fully assessed, § 99.
Water for other than domestic purposes, § 100.
Power for corporation to buy undertaking of gas company, §§ 107 to 109.
Company's debts, &c. to be paid by them, § 110.
Corporation to be primarily liable for company's debts unpaid, § 111.
Actions and causes of action against company reserved, §§ 112,
Application of purchase money for gasworks, § 114.
Company's books evidence as to shareholders, § 115.
Powers of corporation as to gas manufacture and supply, § 117.
Provisions for testing illuminating power of gas, §§ 120 to 122. Complaint by consumer and order of justices, § 123.
Power to establish markets and fairs and slaughter-houses, § 124.
Prohibition of new markets, &c., § 125.
Lands connected with market to be purchased, § 128.
Extinguishment of tolls, &c. purchased, § 130.
Alteration of port dues, § 135.
Saving the rights of commissioners in town hall, § 136. Power to provide fire police stations, fire engines, firemen, &c., §§ 137, 138.
Discharged firemen or servants may be turned out of possession of houses, § 139.
Power to enter and break open premises in case of fire, § 140. Penalties as to chimneys on fire, § 141.
Restriction on making of fireworks, &c., § 142.
Power to provide drags, life-buoys, &c., § 143.
Power to erect, fit up, and let lodging-houses, &c. for working classes, § 144.
Provisions as to making of byelaws, § 145.
Regulation of borough fund, § 146.
Power to levy borough rate,
Rating of Midland Railway, &c., § 148.
Limitation of rates, § 149.
Saving for exemption as to rating, § 150.
Produce of borough rate to be carried to borough fund, § 151.
Provisions of certain Acts as to borough fund and rate, &c.
excluded, § 152.
Mode of assessing and levying rates, §§ 153 to 161.
Power to amend rates, § 162.
Recovery of rates, §§ 163 to 167.
Power to borrow on security of borough fund not exceeding 50,000l., § 168.
Separate account of money borrowed and special treasurer,
Provision for a sinking fund, § 170.
Power to reborrow, § 171.
Approval of borrowing by town council, § 172.
Transfer of mortgage debt, § 173.
Transfer of powers as to watching, § 174.
Access to books, &c., § 175.
Receipts of corporation to be discharge to commissioners, § 176.
Arbitration between corporation and commissioners, § 177. Disqualification of officers, &c., § 178.
Payment of expenses of persons appointed by Commissioners of Public Works under this Act, § 179.
Mode of publication of notices, § 180.
Saving rights of the Crown to the foreshore, § 181.
1. Title of 43 Geo. 3. c. lx. (Local).
2. Clauses of 43 Geo. 3. c. lx. excepted from repeal.
4. Market and fair tolls and tolls for slaughter-houses.
"The Holyhead Docks and Warehouses Act, 1869."
[2d August 1869.] Recites that the construction of docks, warehouses, and other works in the parish of Holyhead in the county of Anglesea would be of great public and local advantage.
Incorporation of Consolidation Acts, § 2.
Company incorporated, with power to construct docks, §§ 4, 5. Capital to be 450,000l. in 107. shares, §§ 6 to 8.
Power to divide shares into preferred and deferred half shares, §§ 9 to 16.
Power to borrow 150,000l., and to create debenture stock, §§ 17 to 19.
Meetings, directors, &c., §§ 21 to 27.
Powers of compulsory purchase limited to three years, § 31. Notice of taking houses of working classes, § 32.
Provision for user by company and by London and Northwestern Railway Company of tramways, sidings, &c., § 33. Power to dredge parts of Holyhead harbour, § 34.
Power for Queen's harbour-master to enter company's premises, &c., § 35.
Survey by company of old and inner harbour, § 36.
Company to dredge harbour if silt accumulated, § 37.
Unauthorized deviations may be abated, § 38.
Company to repair Turkey-shore Road, § 39.
Lights to be exhibited during and after construction of works
according to directions of Board of Trade, § 40.
Company may deviate to extent marked on plan, § 41.
Power to company to cross streams, sewers, &c., § 42.
Roads and other ways may be stopped up for temporary purposes, § 43.
Officers of customs to have free access to docks, § 44.
Five years for completion of works, §§ 45, 46.
Tonnage rates on vessels entering the docks, § 47.
As to tonnage rates on coasting ships entering docks, and leaving with a cargo for foreign parts, § 48.
Tonnage rate on vessels using works of company, but not entering docks, § 49.
Tonnage rates to be payable by the master of the vessel, § 50. Rates on goods, § 51.
As to charge on goods brought coastwise or imported from foreign parts and being subsequently exported, § 52.
Rates for landing, &c., § 53.
Rates to be charged for use of cranes and weighing machines, § 54.
Power to charge for disembarking, shipping, and warehousing of goods, § 55.
Power to company to provide dwellings for officers, § 56. Precautions to be taken in regard to combustibles and dangerous goods, §§ 57 to 60.
Penalty for casting ballast within certain limits, § 61.
Power to make byelaws as to ballast, § 62.
Ballast to be brought to sides of vessels and thrown in immediately, § 63.
Limits of the powers of the dock-master, § 64.
Power to appoint weighers and measurers, § 65.
Power to company and London and North-western Railway Company to enter into contracts; subject matter of such contracts defined, § 66.
As to rates and charges to be levied, § 67.
If works not duly proceeded with North-western Company to be free to apply to Parliament for powers to construct docks, &c. at Holyhead, § 68.
Byelaws of Board of Trade to be valid, § 70.
Saving rights and powers of Board of Trade to take certain rates, &c., §§ 71, 72.
For determination of differences between the company and the Board of Trade, § 73.
Saving rights of commissioners of sewers, § 74.
Settlement of disputes between commissioners of sewers and company, § 75.
Company not to take any property of the Government without consent, § 76.
Saving rights of the Crown, §§ 77, 78.
Recovery of penalties, § 79.
A. Rates on vessels.
B. Rates on goods.
"The Drainage and Improvement of Lands Supplemental Act (Ireland), 1869.'
[9th August 1869.]
Confirms two provisional orders in schedule under The Drainage and Improvement of Lands (Ireland) Act, 1863, and the Acts amending the same.
Provisional Orders in Schedule.
1. In the matter of the Gully drainage district in the Queen's
county. 2. In the matter of the Island Lakes and Glore River drainage district in the county of Mayo.
"The Local Government Supplemental Act, 1869 (No. 2).” [9th August 1869.] Confirms certain provisional orders recited in schedule under The Local Government Act, 1858.
SCHEDULE of Provisional Orders referred to.
1. ABERYSTWITH.-Extending the borrowing powers of the local board.
2. ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE.-Partial repeal of local Act, and extension of borrowing powers of town council.
3. BATH.-Putting in force Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, for the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement.
*4. CLECKHEATON.-Separating the hamlets of Scholes and Oakenshaw from district.
5. CROMPTON.-Putting in force Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, for the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement.
6. NEWPORT (MON.)—
9. STALYBRIDGE.-Extending the borrowing powers of the local board.
10. WESTON-SUPER-MARE.-Putting in force Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, for the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement.
"The Ellesmere and Glyn Valley Railway Act, 1869." [9th August 1869.]
Recites that it is expedient to authorize the abandonment of a certain portion of the railways authorized by The Ellesmere and Glyn Valley Railway Act, 1866, and an extension of time for the compulsory purchase of lands and the completion of other portions of the said railways.
Incorporation of Consolidation Acts, § 2.
Share capital and borrowing powers of company to be reduced, §§ 4, 5.
Power to alter line and level of authorized works, § 6.
Certain clauses of company's Act of 1866 incorporated herewith, §§ 9, 10.
* This order is altered as to one particular by the Act.