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Appendix feit Twenty Pounds for every such Offence, and also Five Pounds for
No. 6. every Day afterwards during which such Copy shall be not so kept 8 Vic. c. 18. or deposited.
CLII. And be it enacted, That this Act shall not extend to Scotland. Act not to extend CLIII. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended or repealed
Act may be by any Act to be passed in the present Session of Parliament.
amended this Session.
SCHEDULES refered to in the foregoing Act.
Form of Conveyance.
in consideration of the Sum of
paid to me (or, as the Case may be, into the Bank of England (or Bank of Ireland), in the Name and with the Privity of the Accountant General of the Court of Chancery, ex parte “The Promoters of the Undertaking”, [naming them), or to A. B. of and C. D. of
Two Trustees appointed to receive the same], pursuant to the [here name the special Act], by the [here name the Company or other Promoters of the Undertaking) in corporated (or constituted by the said Act, do hereby convey to the said Company (or other Description], their Successors and Assigns, all [describing the Premises to be conveyed], together with all Ways, Rights, and Appurtenances thereto belonging, and all such Estate, Right, Title, and Interest in and to the same as I am or shall become scised or possessed of, or am by the said Act empowered to convey, to hold the Premises to the said Company (or other Description], their Successors and Assigns, for ever, according to the true Intent and Meaning of the said Act. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal, the
in the Year of our Lord
Form of Conveyance on Chief Rent.
in consideration of the Rent. charge to be paid to me, my Heirs and Assigns, as herein-after mentioned, by “ The Promoters of the Undertaking” [naming them], incorporated for constituted] by virtue of the [here name the special
Act], do hereby convey to the said Company (or other Description), 8 Vic. c. 18. their Successors and Assigns, all [describing the Premises to be con
veyed], together with all Ways, Rights, and Appurtenances thereunto belonging, and all my Estate, Right, Title, and Interest in and to the same and every Part thereof, to hold the said Premises to the said Company (or other Description,] their Successors and Assigns, for ever, according to the true Intent and Meaning of the said Act, they the said Company (or other Description], their Successors and Assigns, yielding and paying unto me, my Heirs and Assigns, One clear yearly Rent of
by equal quarterly (or half-yearly, as agreed upon,] Portions henceforth on the [stating the Days), clear of all Taxes and Deductions. In witness whereof I hereunto set
Hand and Seal, the
in the Year of our Lord
Form of Conviction.
A.B. is convicted before us C.D., Two of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of
[here describe the Offence generally, and the Time and Place when and where committed], contrary to the (here name the special Act]. Given under our Hands and Seals, the Day and Year first above written.
BYE-LAWS FOR REGULATING HIRED CHAIRS AND
In pursuance of the powers conferred on the Commissioners by the 79th
section of the Cheltenham Improvement Act, page 110, and the 68th section of the Town Police Clauses Act, incorporated by such 79th section, page 118, the Commissioners have, according to the regulations contained in the 25th section of the Local Act, page 39, made and published the following
BYE-LAWS FOR REGULATING HIRED CHAIRS AND HACKNEY CAR
RIAGES, MADE AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COMMISSIONERS
CHELTENHAM IMPROVEMENT ACT, 1852.
INDEX TO BYE-LAWS.
For Regulating “Chairs" and " Carriages," and References to the Pro
visions of the“ Police Clauses Act,” and the“ Cheltenham Improve-
BYE-LAWS AS TO “ CHAIRS' AND “ CHAIRMEN." 2. Extreme Distance for Chairs. 3. Fares for Chairs 4. Remuneration to Chairmen called but not employed 5. Stands for Chairs 6. Number of Chair and names of Chairmen to be displayed 7. Hand Flys not to go on foot paths 8. Chairmen to keep on outer edge of Footpath, and not to require
Foot Passengers to give way 9. Chairmen when waiting to keep on carriage-way 10. At crossings, Chairmen to give way to foot passengers 11. Sedan chairs and hand flys to be lighted 12. Poles of sedan Chairs to be taken out
13. Extreme distance for carriages
By the Act.-
Penalty for not having the number of persons to be carried painted on the carriage, (sec. 51, page 114) and refusal to carry that number or a less number, Forty Shillings
(sec. 52, page 114). 21. Equipments and appointments of carriages ; drag-chains, lamps,
check-string, horse harness 22. Driver to keep lamps lighted and check-string in his hand 23. Drivers not to loiter 24. Not to drive faster than a trot 25. Not to feed horse except by a nose bag 26. Restriction on use of carriages in which coffins have been carried BYE-LAWS COMMON TO BOTH
“ CHAIRS” AND
truly stating the name, &c., of the proprietor of the “car-
under £10 penalty (sec. 40, page 111). The Register of Licences kept by the Commissioners may
be inspected gratis (sec. 42, page 112). Proprietors, on change of the abode of themselves or the drivers
or chairmen, are to give notice thereof to the Commissioners within seven days, under a penalty of Forty Shillings (sec.
44, page 112). Proprietor of a carriage or chair permitting the same to be used
Shillings (sec. 45, page 113).
for any offence, the licence may be suspended or revoked
As to Fares. 28. Detention
money By the Act.-Drivers and chairmen taken to a place and re
quired to wait, may demand their fare to that place, and a de-
By the Act.—Fares due may be recovered before magistrates
(sec. 66, page 118). Overcharges for fares are recoverable
by the hirer, with costs and Forty shillings penalty for such
than the fare are not binding (sec. 55, page 115).
a job more than the sum agreed for, though less than the legal
fare (sec. 54, page 114).
to go a distance in his discretion overcharging the party
(sec. 56, page 115). 30. As to measurement of distances 31. Computation of Fares for distance 32. Disputed distances measured by the Surveyor
As to Stands. 33. The chairmen and drivers are not to ply at other places 34. The chair or carriage standing first in the rank to be entitled to
the police authorities
or carriage in street, &c., without some one to take care of it,
a place within the prescribed distance, Forty Shillings (sec.
53, page 114). 36. Chairman or driver to attend punctually 37. Chair or carriage not to stand on crossing
By the Act.-Penalty on driver and chairman standing his car
riage or chair across a street, or not giving way, or hindering
others from being hired, Twenty Shillings (sec. 64, page 117). 38. Chairman or driver misconducting themselves
By the Act.—No person, whether licensed or not, is to drive or
draw a chair or carriage without the proprietor's consent, nor
Shillings (sec. 60, page 116).
to be carried without consent of the hirer, Twenty Shillings
(sec. 59, page 116).
on driver or chairman being intoxicated while driving, or by