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DOCUMENIS CONTINUED

exempt from duty, when.... P.H.A. 151 23 38
commissioners' officers, etc. to deliver up P.H.A. 39 21 35
production of, before auditor

PHA 122 123 169
arbitrators

P.H.A. 127 126 172

DOGS.

"T.P.C.A. 2B

penalty for offences as to.....
aused for draught, penalty for
for preventing madness of ...

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PHA. 76 68 93
P.H.A. 93 119 148

DOMESTIC USE.

compulsory supply of water for

rates for water supplied for
DOORS, GATES, &c

mew, to open imwards
dd, opening outwards, alteration of ......
to cellars, etc. penalty for leaving open, ete-
for cellars to be made...........
disturbances by minging or knocking at
mats, shaking after engut, penalty for

T.LC.A. 71 64 82
TLC.A. 72 64 82
T.P.C.A.28 60 78
T.LCA. 973 64 82
T.P.C.A. 28 60 77
T.P.C.A. 28 60 78

DRAINS.
meaning of

P.H.A.
saved from westing in commissioners may be
altered

26 43
offensive, cleansing, covering, etc...

P.H.A. 58

72 99
ffor new houses

P.HA. 41 55
ffor old houses, on notice to commissioners P.H.A.

41 56
from houses into excepted sewers

41 56
becoming muisances......

P.HA. 54 41 58
mude contrary to commissioners' nogulutions T.I.CA. 46 42 59
for cellar dwellings

P.H.A.

75 105
ascentuming course of, by wommissioners... - P.H.A. 143 26 42
DRIVER.

SDE HACKNEY CARRIAGE.

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DWELLINGS.
penalties for keeping swine in

P.H.A. 59 72 100
allowing stagnant watter in P.H.A. 59 72 100
cellar not to be newly used as.

P.H.A. 67 75 105
cellar already used as, regulations is to P.H.A. 67 75 105
for avoiding retention of dead in

P.H.A. 81 96 126
cleansing, purifying, etc.

P.H.A. 60 72 101
power to enter, to inspect drains, ete.

P.H.A. 54 41

AND SEE HOUSES.
ECCLESIASTICAL
rights and laws, saving of, as to cemetry ...

109 137
EJECTMENT.
demises in, laid in elerk's name.

P.H.A. 138 20 31
ELECTIONS OF COMMISSIONERS.
borough divided into wards for

7 7
one third to retire by rotation

C.C.A 17 8 8
20th of November annually

8 8
commissioners going out by rotation, elegible
to re-election

C.C.A. 18 8
on wacancy otherwise them by rotation C.C.A. 19 8 9
making rotation list

C.C.A. 20 8 9
to be by owners and occupiers on borough rate

9 10
paupers not to vote at..

9 10
occupiers to vote, though rates paid by owners

9 10
annual meetings for, notice of, and time C..C.A. 21 1010-1
who to conduct ..

C.C.A. 22 10 111
returning officer going out of office att election (see note to) 11
voting papers at

C.C.A. 2010 12
returning officer may appoint booths, clerks,
etc. at

C.C.A. 23 10 12
to give notice of

C.C.A. 23 10 12
of polling places & papers, etc.. C.C.A. 10 12
scale of voting at.

C.C.A. 21 10 12
for joint matte-payers and owners
and compound votes

10 113
electors having property in several wards...

11 13
list of voters.

C.CA. 26 112 14
returning officer may summon Overseers, &c.att C.C.A.. 27 12 14
mode of voting at.

C.C.A. 28 12 15

ELECTIONS OF COMMISSIONERS CONTINUED

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who may vote by proxy
questions to voters and proxies at

C.C.A
false answer misdemeanor

C.C.A.
presiding officer may close poll when... C.C.A.

to declare poll and send to

elected commissioners .... C.C.A.
presiding officer to decide on commissioners
having equality of votes

C.C.A.
to deliver papers, books, etc. to clerk C.C.A.
proceedings on commissioners elected for more
than one ward ...,

C.C.A.
if no election, it may be subsequently

C.C.A.
not void for want of title in presiding officer.. C.C.A.
expences of presiding officer, overseers. etc. .. C.C.A.
penalty for misconduct of officers at

falsifying voting papers
obstructing voters, or assistants ..

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EMERGENCY.

commissioners undertaking works on.......
entry on premises to inspect drains, etc. on ..
commissioners meetings on....
entry on premises without notice on

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ENTRANCES.

into certain streets or estates, reservation as to

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may alter ...,

ENTRY, &c. ON LANDS.

for purposes of act by commissioners ... P.H.A. 143 26 42
compensation for damages by......

P.H.A. 144 26 42
in plan, etc. and compensation for the sa

same ..

28 44
on building, etc. during alteration or building
by surveyor

74 104
ERRORS.
in plan, correction of

29 44
ESTATES PRIVATE.

entrances and gates etc. to, and trees in, pro-
visions as to

45 61
ESTIMATE.

of works before contract by commissioners P.H.A. 85 23 37
of cleansing, repairing, etc. private sewers by
commissioners

40 54
before making rates

P.H.A. 98 120 149
to be entered in rate book and open for
inspection, etc.

P.H.A.98-100 120 150
on rates, as to assessable value, commissioners

P.H.A. 102 120 150
on rating owner

P.H.A. 95 115 143
quarter sessions on appeal to alter...... P.H.A. 136 129 178
EVIDENCE.
books of old commissioners to be

1 2
commissioners' documents and copies under
seal to be

24 39
books of proceedings of new commissioners to be C.C.A.

55 18 30
false, perjury

P.H.A. 147 132 181
before arbitrator

P.H.A. 127 126 172
before justices in general

P.H.A. 131 127 174
to be confined to notice of action

P.H.A. 139 20 31
notice of grounds of appeal P.H.A. 135 129 177
rates themselves to be prima facie

P.H.A. 106 120 152
EXCAVATIONS.
to be duly protected and lighted

T.I.C.A. 81 65 84
not to remain unreasonable time

T.I.C.A. 82 65 84
EXCEPTIONS.

of certain sewers vesting in commissioners P.H.A. 43 32 46
certain churches and burial grounds being
closed

97 126
from portions of rates of certain properties P.H.A. 88 115 140

EXCHANGE.

of lands by commissioners for purposes of act.. P.H.A. 84 26 41
EXPENCES.
of lists of voters

C.C.A. 26 12 14
of commissioners' elections.

C.C.A. 35 12 19
meetings

C.C.A. 48 17 27
maps and surveys, etc.

P.H.A. 42 31

46
clerk in actions, etc.....

P.H.A. 138 20 31
officers, etc. defending actions...... P.H.A. 140 20 32
altering water, gas pipes, etc. sewers.. P.H.A. 71 26 42
removing buildings over, or communi-

cation with sewers of commissioners,
or under streets

P.H.A. 47 33 49
repairing private sewers

40 54
constructing house drains, etc. ....... P.H.A. 49 41 55

waterclosets, privies, ashpits, etc. P.H.A. 51 41 56
altering buildings, etc. made contrary
to notice

P.H.A. 53 41 57
examining drains, waterclosets, etc.... P.H.A. 54 41 58
altering drains, privies, and cesspools,
etc. unauthorised

T.I.C.A. 46 42 59
altering unauthorised new streets P.H.A. 72 43 60
repairing certain highways

44 60
private streets

46 62
paving, etc. private streets

P.H.A. 69 46 62-4
removing projections, etc. in streets T.I.C.A 69 64 81
altering doors opening outwards in streets T.I.C.A. 71 64 82
repairing or enclosing dangerous build-
ings or places, etc.

T.I.C.A. 83 65 85
taking down,enclosing, repairing the like T.I.C.A. 75 66 85
cleansing, repairing drains, privies, and
abating nuisances, etc. ....

P.H.A. 59 72 100
covering, cleansing, etc. offensive ditches P.H.A. 58 72 99
purifying dwellings, etc.....

P.H.A. 60 72 101
altering buildings for public meetings,etc T.I.C.A.110 78 109
examining gas pipes, etc. fouling
water, etc

P.H.A. 80 68 96
providing domestic water supply P.H.A. 93 119 148
additional police

T.P.C.A. 7 67 87
prosecutions, etc.

P.H.A. 106 73 103
fire engine, men, etc. going beyond borough T.P.C.A. 33 76 107

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