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A.D. 1878.

PART II.

SITE OF WELL AND PUMPING STATION No. 1. A piece or parcel of land situated in the north-west corner and now forming part of the pasture field numbered 61 on the tithe commutation map of the 5 parish of Frinton, in the county' of Essex, which pasture field belongs or is

reputed to belong to the Reverend Frank Beadel, clerk, and is occupied by Richard Stone, and forms part of Frinton glebe lands.

SITE OF WELL AND PUMPING STATION No. 2.

A piece or parcel of arable land in the parish of Frinton, in the county of 10 Essex, belonging or reputed to belong to Peter Schuyler Bruff, and now

occupied by him, situated between the Tendring Hundred Railway and the old public road from Frinton to Upper Kirby.

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To confirm certain Provisional Orders made

by the Board of Trade under the Gas and Water Works Facilities Act, 1870, relating to Bognor Gas, Dysynni Gas, Elland Gas, Formby Gas, Godalming Gas, Greenhithe Gas, Sandown Gas, Shanklin Gas, Weston-super-Mare Gas, Alcester Water, Cuckfield Haywards-Heath and Lindfield Water, Fowey Water, Frith Hill Godalming and Farncombe Water, Holywell and District Water, Newquay Water, Norwood (Middlesex) Water, Wokingham Water, Hoylake and West Kirby Gas and Water, New Tredegar Gas and Water, and Walton-on-the-Naze Gas and Water.

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Act, 1862, Amendment.

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Alter the time of electing Commissioners under the General A.D. 1878.

Police and Improvement (Scotland) Act, 1862.
E it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and

with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by

the authority of the same, as follows: 5 1. This Act may be cited as the General Police and Improvement Short title (Scotland) Amendment Act, 1878, and shall be construed as one

struction of with the General Police and Improvement (Scotland) Act, 1862, Act. and any Acts amending the same.

2. Sections fifty and fifty-one of the principal Act are hereby Repeal of 10 repealed, and in lieu thereof the provisions contained in the two ss. 50 and 51

following sections of this Act shall have effect in regard to the 1862. election and rotation of Commissioners under the principal Act.

3. One third of the Commissioners, or where the burgh is divided One third into wards one third of the Commissioners for each ward, shall, save of Commis15 as herein-after provided, go annually out of office on the first be elected

Tuesday of November in each year, and on the first Tuesday of annually November annually the places of the Commissioners going out of office shall be supplied by an equal number of new Commissioners,

to be elected from among the householders of the burgh in the 20 manner provided in the principal Act, under all the rules, regula

tions, and provisions applicable to a first election under the principal Act, and the like notice of such annual election shall be given as is in the principal Act directed to be given of such first election of

Commissioners : Provided always, that where the first election of 25 Commissioners under the principal Act shall take place on or after

the first day of May in any year no Commissioner shall go out of office and no second election of Commissioners shall take place until the first Tuesday of November in the year succeeding that in which the first election took place.

Act, 1862, Amendment.

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4. The third of the Commissioners who shall go out of office at Rotation of the second election of Commissioners under the principal Act as Commis- amended by this Act shall consist of the Commissioners who at the sioners.

first election under the principal Act had the smallest number of
votes, and where the burgh is divided into wards of the Commis- 5
sioners who at the said first election in each ward had the smallest
number of votes in such ward; and the Commissioners who shall
go out of office at the third election of Commissioners under the
principal Act as amended by this Act shall consist of the Com-
missioners who at the first election had the next smallest number 10
of votes, and where the burgh is divided into wards of the Com-
missioners who at the said first election in each ward had the next
smallest number of votes in such ward; and thereafter the third of
the Commissioners who shall annually go out of office shall con-
sist of the Commissioners who have been longest in office: Provided 15
always, that in any case where Commissioners shall have been
elected without a poll or where there shall have been an equality
of votes the Commissioners shall decide at a meeting convened
for the purpose which Commissioners elected without a poll or
having an equality of votes shall go out of office: Provided also, 20
that the senior magistrate of police shall always remain in office
for three years, and for that purpose he shall be held to have had
the largest number of votes at the said first election, and to have
been the shortest period in office at all elections subsequent to the
third election under the principal Act as amended by this Act. 25

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