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(Section 60.)

Slaughtering, &c. cattle.

Waggons, Carts,
Carriages.

ness, suffers any Dog to be at large during the Time specified in

such Notice: Every Person who slaughters or dresses any Cattle, (a.) or any Part

thereof, except in the Case of any Cattle over-driven which may have met with any Accident, and which for the public Safety

or other reasonable Cause ought to be killed on the Spot: Every Person having the Care of any Waggon, Cart, or Carriage who

rides on the Shafts thereof, or who without having Reins, and
holding the same, rides upon such Waggon, Cart, or Carriage, or
on any Animal drawing the same, or who is at such a Distance
from such Waggon, Cart, or Carriage, as not to have due Control
over every Animal drawing the same, or who does not, in meet-
ing any other Carriage, keep his Waggon, Cart, or Carriage to the
left or near Side, or who in passing any other Carriage does not
keep his Waggon, Cart, or Carriage on the right or off Side of the
Road (except in Cases of actual Necessity, or some sufficient Reason
for Deviation,) or who, by obstructing the Street, wilfully pre-
vents any Person or Carriage from passing him, or any Waggon,

Cart, or Carriage under his Care :
Every Person who at one Time drives more than Two Carts or

Waggons, and every Person driving Two Carts or Waggons who
has not the Halter of the Horse in the last Cart or Waggon se-
curely fastened to the Back of the first Cart or Waggon, or has
such Halter of a greater Length from such Fastening to the

Horse's Head than Four Feet:
Every Person who rides or drives furiously any Horse or Carriage,

or drives furiously any Cattle:
Every Person who causes any public Carriage, Sledge, Truck, or

Barrow, with or without Horses, or any Beast of Burden, to stand longer than is necessary for loading or unloading Goods, or for taking up or setting down Passengers (except Hackney Carriages, and Horses and other Beasts of Draught or Burthen, standing for Hire in any Place appointed for that Purpose by the Commissioners or other lawful Authority), and every Person who, by means of any Cart, Carriage, Sledge, Truck, or Barrow, or any Animal, or other Means, wilfully interrupts any public Crossing, or wilfully causes any Obstruction in any public Footpath or other

public Thoroughfare : Every Person who causes any Tree or Timber or Iron Beam to be

drawn in or upon any Carriage, without having sufficient Means

of safely guiding the same : Every Person who leads or rides any Horse or other Animal, or

Driving furiously.

Carriages, &c. Horses, &c. obstructing.

Drawing Timber.

draws or drives any Cart or Carriage, Sledge, Truck, or Barrow [Q] See the Interpretation of the word "Cattle" in the Note Page 7, Sec. 3, ante.

Obstructions, projections, &c. on footways.

(Section 60.) upon any Footway of any Street, or Fastens any Horse or other

Animal so that it stands across or upon any Footway:
Every Person who places or leaves any Furniture, Goods, Wares,

or Merchandize, or any Cask, Tub, Basket, Pail, or Bucket, or
places or uses any Standing-place, Stool, Bench, Stall, or Show-
board on any Footway, or who places any Blind, Shade, Covering,
Awning, or other Projection over or along any such Footway,
unless such Blind, Shade, Covering, Awning, or other Projection
is Eight Feet in Height at least in every Part thereof from the

Ground:
Every Person who places, hangs up, or otherwise exposes to Sale

any Goods, Wares, Merchandize, Matter, or Thing whatsoever, so
that the same project into or over any Footway, or beyond the
Line of any House, Shop, or Building at which the same are so
exposed, so as to obstruct or incommode the Passage of any Per-

son over or along such Footway: Every Person who rolls or carries any Cask, Tub, Hoop, or Wheel,

or any Ladder, Plank, Pole, Timber, or Log of Wood, upon any Footway, except for the Purpose of loading or unloading any Cart

or Carriage, or of crossing the Footway : Every Person who places any Line, Cord, or Pole across any Street,

or hangs or places any Clothes thereon : Every common Prostitute or Nightwalker loitering and importuning Prostitutes.

Passengers for the Purpose of Prostitution : Every Person who wilfully and indecently exposes his Person : Exposing person. Every Person who publicly offers for Sale or Distribution, or exhibits Profane, &c.

to public View, any profane, indecent, or obscene Book, Paper, Print, Drawing, Painting, or Representation, or sings any profane or obscene Song or Ballad, or uses any profane or obscene Lan

guage : Every Person who wantonly discharges any Firearm, or throws or Fire-arms, &c.

discharges any Stone or other Missilc, or makes any Bonfire, or throws or sets fire to

any

Firework: Every Person who wilfully and wantonly disturbs any Inhabitant, by Ringing Bells,

pulling or ringing any Door Bell, or knocking at any Door, or who

wilfully and unlawfully extinguishes the Light of any Lamp: Every Person who flies any Kite, or who makes or uses any Slide Kites, Slides.

upon Ice or Snow: Every Person who cleanses, hoops, fires, washes, or scalds any Cask Cleaning Casks,

cutting timber, or Tub, or hews, saws, bores, or cuts any Timber or Stone, or &c. slacks, sifts, or screens any Lime :

Songs, &c.

&c.

Section 60.)
Throwing stones,

Beating carpets, &c.

Flower pots at windows, &c.

Throwing slates,
&c. from roofs,
&c.

Cleaning windows from sills.

Every Person who throws or lays down any Stones, Coals, Slate,

Shells, Lime, Bricks, Timber, Iron, or other Materials (except
Building Materials so inclosed as to prevent Mischief to Pas-

Bengers:
Every Person who beats or shakes any Carpet, Rug, or Mat (except

Door Mats, beaten or shaken before the Hour of Eight in the

Morning):
Every Person who fixes or places any Flower-pot or Box, or other

heavy Article, in any upper Window, without sufficiently guard

ing the same against being blown down : Every Person who throws from the Roof or any Part of any House

or other Building any Slate, Brick, Wood, Rubbish, or other

Thing, except Snow thrown so as not to fall on any Passenger: Every Occupier of any House or other Building or other Person who

orders or permits any Person in his Service to stand on the Sill of any Window, in order to clean, paint, or perform any other Operation upon the Outside of such Window, or upon any House or other Building within the said Limits, unless such Window be in

the sunk or Basement Story : Every Person who leaves open any Vault or Cellar, or the Entrance

from any Street to any Cellar or Room underground, without a
sufficient Fence or Handrail, or leaves defective the Door, Win-
dow, or other Covering of any Vault or Cellar, or who does not
sufficiently fence any Area, Pit, or Sewer left open, or who leaves
such open Area, Pit, or Sewer without a sufficient Light after

Sunset to warn and prevent Persons from falling thereinto:
Every Person who throws or lays any Dirt, Litter, or Ashes, or

Nightsoil, or any Carrion, Fish, Offal, or Rubbish, on any Street,
or causes any offensive Matter to run from any Manufactory,
Brewery, Slaughter-house, Butcher's Shop, or Dunghill into any
Street: Provided always, that it shall not be deemed an Offence
to lay Sand or other Materials in any Street in Time of Frost, to
prevent Accidents, or Litter or other suitable Materials to prevent
the freezing of Water in Pipes, or in case of Sickness to prevent
Noise, if the Party laying any such Things causes them to be

removed as soon as the Occasion for them ceases : Every Person who keeps any Pigstye to the Front of any Street, not

being shut out from such Street by a sufficient Wall or Fence, or who keeps any Swine in or near any Street, so as to be a common Nuisance :

Coverings, &c. to cellars, &c.

Throwing dirt, &c. offensive matter, sc.

Pigsties, &c.

Also the Section numbered 29 of the said Act:

drunken Per

XXIX. Every Person drunk in any Street, and guilty of any riotous 61. 62.)

(Sections 60. or indecent Behaviour therein, and also every Person guilty of any Penalty on violent or indecent Behaviour in any Police Office or any Police

sons, &c. guilty Station House within the Limits of the special Act, shall be liable of riotous or into a Penalty not exceeding Forty Shillings for every such Offence, haviour. or, in the Discretion of the Justice before whom he is convicted, to Imprisonment for a Period not exceeding Seven Days.

offensive words,

as of

Burden.

Spread of Canine

Also any person who wantonly, mischievously, or idly chalks, Chalking, &c. writes, or paints upon any House or other Building, Wall, or Pavement :

And also any Person who writes, paints, exposes, or designates Writing. &c. any obscene, immoral, or offensive Word, Picture, or Repre- &c. sentation upon a Place, Matter, or Thing, so as to be legible or visible from or in any Street.

LXI. That no Dog shall be used as a Beast of Draught or Dogs not to be Burden within the Borough or within One Mile in a direct Line Draught or from the Church of Saint Mary, Cheltenham; and every Person so using any Dog shall forfeit any Sum not exceeding Five Pounds, and any Constable may seize and detain any Dog so used for any such Purpose ; and any Constable may also within the said Limits For preventing seize and detain any unmuzzled ferocious Dog, or any Dog going Madness. at large which there is reasonable Ground for believing to be in a rabid State, or to have been bitten by any other Dog or Animal in a rabid State, or any Dog which on the Expiration of 'Twelve Hours after public Notice given by thc public Crier, by Order of the Commissioners, directing Dogs to be confined, is found at large in the Borough during the Period specified in such Notice, and any Constable may destroy any such Dog, or sell any such Dog not suspected to be rabid, at any Time not less than Two Days after the same has been so seized : Provided always, that such Seizure and Destruction shall not exempt the Owner of any such Dog from any Penalty to which he may be in any way liable in respect of such Dog; and that after Payment of all Expenses the Proceeds of the Sale of any such Dog shall go to the Borough Fund.

And with respect to naming and numbering the Streets, be it Street Naming. enacted,

LXII. That the following Sections of “The Towns Improve- Rections 64 and ment Clauses Act, 1847,” shall be incorporated with this Act:

65 of 10 and il Vict. c. 34. incorporated with this Act.

The Section numbered 64 of the said Act:

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