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6 Epwarp VII.—Sgssion 1906. 1.

THE HUDDERSFIELD CORPORATION ACT 1906.

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.

Section Page Preamble

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Saving of agreements Reservation of the rights of riparian owners

Expenditure to be included in “ other expenses

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AN ACT To confer further powers on the Mayor Alder- men and Burgesses of the County Borough of Huddersfield with respect to the disposal of trade refuse for the construction of Tramways and Street Works and in regard to Streets Buildings Sewers and Sanitary Matters and for the Health Local Govern-

ment and Improvement of the Borough

and for other purposes.

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And whereas extensive powers with regard to the supply of electricity the construction of tramways and with regard to the improve- ment and government of the Borough have heen conferred upon the Corporation by the recited Acts :

And whereas by certain of the recited Acts and Orders the Corporation were authorised to lay down within and beyond the borough the tramways in those Acts and Orders mentioned and the powers therein contained were conferred on the Corporation in respect of the said tramways :

And whereas it 1s expedient that the Corporation should be empowered to construct and maintain the additional tramways in this

Act described and that further provisions should be made as in this '

Act mentioned in regard to the working by the Corporation of those tramways: And whereas it is expedient that the Corporation be authorised to construct the street works by this Act authorised :

And whereas it 1s expedient that further powers should be conferred upon the, Corporation with reference to streets buildings sewers and sanitary matters and further provision made for the health local government and improvement of the Borough :

And whereas estimates have been prepared by the Corporation in relation to the following purposes in respect of which they are by this Act authorised to raise money which are as follows :—

For the construction of tramways five thousand three hundred

and forty pounds ;

For the purpose of electrical equipment in connection with the Corporation tramways eight hundred and eighty-two pounds ;

For the purchase of lands for and for the street works authorised by this Act two thousand four hundred

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And whereas the several works and purposes mentioned in such estimates are permanent works and it is expedient that the cost thereof should be spread over a term of years:

And whereas it is expedient that the Corporation should be authorised to raise moneys for the purposes aforesaid and to repay the above-mentioned sums borrowed as aforesaid :

And whereas plans and sections showing the lines and levels of the works authorised by this Act and plans of the lands which the Corpora- tion may acquire under this Act with a book of reference to such plans containing the names of the owners and lessees or reputed owners and

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Short title.

Act divided into Parts.

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And whereas in relation to the promotion of the Bill for this Act the requirements contained in the First Schedule of the Borough

Funds Act 1903 have been observed :

MAY IT THEREFORE PLEASE YOUR MAJESTY

That it may be enacted and be it enacted by the King’s most Excellent Majesty by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Tempora] and Commons in this present Parliament assembled and by the authority of the same as follows (that is to

say) :—

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following Acts and parts of Acts (so far as the same are Provisions applicable for the purposes of and are not inconsistent with the provisions general Acts

of this Act) are hereby incorporated with this Act namely :— porated.

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The Lands Clauses Acts except section 127 of the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act 1845;

Section 3 (Interpretation of terms) section 19 (Local authority may lease or take tolls) and Parts II. and III. of the Tramways Act 1870.

4. In this Act unless the subject or context otherwise requires—

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time being be discharged into the sewers under this Act or in respect of which notice of intention to so discharge shall have been given to the Corporation ;

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‘Statutory borrowing power ” shall have the same meaning as that assigned to it by the Huddersfield Corporation Act 1902.

Words and expressions to which meanings are assigned by enact- ments incorporated with this Act have in this Act the same 5 respective meanings unless there be something in the subject or context repugnant to such construction.

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When provisions of this section to come into force.

Production of plans &c.

Power two make sepa- rate or combined systems or schemes.

Power to combine with other Local Authorities.

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(3.) The provisions of this section shall not come into force until the expiration of twelve months after the passing of this Act or until the general regulations to be made as hereinafter provided shall come into operation whichever shall first happen: Provided that if the Corporation shall within nine months after the passing of this Act make and submit to the traders’ representatives such general regulations in accordance with the section of this Act the marginal note whereof is ‘Corporation shall make general regulations” the provisions of this section shall not come into force until such general regulations shall come into operation: Provided further that until the provisions of this section come into force the rights of the Corporation and the traders as existing at the time of the passing of this Act shall remain unaffected.

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10. The Corporation may at the request and cost of any trader or other person for the time being interested in any trade premises remove ‘and dispose of any sludge deposit or other substance which may have been produced in the course of the treatment of trade refuse upon or in

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General regulations be

to settled by agreement.

Service of general regulations.

When general regulations to become operative.

Meeting of traders.

Right of trader to call for modifica- tion &c. of general regulations in certain cases.

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regulation of flow required by subsection (2) (d) of this section or where there shall be exceptional circumstances as regards volume or quality or otherwise.

(4) In the event of traders’ representatives being duly appointed as hereinafter provided such general regulations and charges shall in the first instance be settled by

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regard to the several matters mentioned or referred to in sub-sections (2) (3)and (4) of this section in connection with such trade premises he shall be entitled to serve on the Corporation notice of dissent from such regulations in respect of such trade premises within twenty-one days from the service thereof with the grounds of such dissent and if the Cor- poration and the trader shall be unable to agree as to the necessity or reasonableness of any special regulations either by way of modifi- cation or variation of the general regulations or by way of additions thereto in connection with such trade premises or as to the nature or extent thereof the matters in difference shall.be settled in manner provided by the section of this Act the marginal note

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Reference of questions in ispute.

Penalty for wilful default.

Agreements for the reception and disposal of trade refuse.

Corporation may execute works and make advances.

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variation rescission or substitution shall be settled with due regard to all and every the matters mentioned or referred to in sub-sections (2) (3) and (4) of ‘the section of this Act the marginal note of which is ‘Corporation shall make general regulations” and shall failing agree- ment be settled in manner provided by the section of this Act the marginal note whereof is ‘‘ Reference of questions in dispute.”

13. Until Parliament otherwise provides any question arising under this part of this Act or under any regulations made thereunder shall if the parties so agree ‘be referred to the Local Government Board for determination otherwise than as arbitrators or if they do not

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for the purposes of this part of this Act by such trader of the trade refuse proceeding from such trade premises such trader may. either execute such works or the Corporation may if they think fit execute such works at the request and cost of such trader and the Corporation may if they think fit advance to the trader the cost of such works upon such security terms and conditions as may be agreed between such trader and the Corporation.

(2) If the occupier of any trade premises shall ‘not be the owner thereof or if more than one person shall be interested therein either as owner or occupier or if the said works relate to more than one trade premises the amount payable shall be apportioned between the interests or trade premises (as the case may be) affected in such manner and upon such terms as may be agreed between the parties interested or failing agreement in manner provided by the section of this Act the marginal note whereof is

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Apportion-

ment of costs where works

utilised for domestic sewage.

Prohibiting discharge of

certain liquids

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the tramways hereinafter described in the lines and according to the levels shown on the deposited plans and sections and in all respects in accordance with those plans and sections with all proper rails plates sleepers channels passages and tubes for ropes cables wires and electric lines junctions turntables turnouts crossings passing-places triangles waiting-rooms stables carriage-houses engine boiler and dynamo-houses stations sheds and buildings engines dynamos works and conveniences

connected therewith (that is to say):

Tramway No. 1 (asingle line about 1 furlong 0°62 chain in length), wholly situate in New Hey-road, in the parish of Long- wood, commencing on the north-west side of New Hey-road at a point about 19 yards south-west of Slack-lane, and terminating by a junction with the existing tramway in New Hey-road at a point about 20 yards south-west of the east corner of the Old Toll Bar House at Outlane.

Tramway No. 2 (a single line about 0°55 chain in length), wholly situate in New Hey-road, in the parish of Lindley-cum- Quarmby, commencing on the south side of New Hey-road at a point about 10 yards east of Dean-street, and terminating by a junction with the existing tramway in new Hey-road at a point about 21 yards east of Dean-street.

Tramway No. 3 (a single line about 5°61 chains in length), wholly in the parish of Lindley-cum-Quarmby, commencing on the north side of Union-street at a point about 113 yards west of Acre-street, passing thence into and along Acre-street, and terminating in that street at a point about 11 yards south of

Union-street.

Tramway No. 4 (a single line about 9°22 chains in length), wholly in the parish of

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Period for completion of works.

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street, passing thence along Bradford-road and Beaumont- street into and along Leeds-road, and there terminating by a junction with the existing tramway of the Corporation ata point about 20 yards south of Beaumont-street.

Tramway No. 6 (a single line about 3 furlongs 1°23 chains in length), wholly in the parish of Huddersfield. commencing in Leeds-road by a junction with the existing tramway of the Corporation at a point about 29 vards north of Gasworks- street, passing thence along Leeds-road, Gasworks-street and into and along St. Andrew’s-road, and there terminating on

the west side thereof at a point about 58 yards north of Turnbridge-road.

All of the proposed tramways shall be constructed on the same gauge as the existing tramways of the Corporation that is to say ona gauge of 4 feet 7} inches and there shall not be run thereon carriages or trucks adapted for use on railways.

24. The tramways shall be completed within five

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Section 37.

Section 39. Section 40.

Section 41.

Section 42.

Section 43.

Section 44. Section 45. Section 46. Section 47, Section 48.

Section 49.

Section 50.

Section 56,

(Power to lay down double or interlacing lines in place of single lines and vice versa.)

(Corporation may reduce width of footway for con- structing tramway.)

(Provisions as to motive power.) (Special provisions as to use of electrical power.) (Power to attach brackets, &c. to buildings.)

(Corporation may take up lines for purposes of constructing others. )

(Power to Corporation to work tramways. ) 10 (Traffic upon tramways.) (Corporation not bound to carry goods.)

(Provision as to carriage of animals goods &c in separate carriages. )

(Tramways to form part of tramways undertaking 15 of Corporation.)

(Payment of tolls.) (Passengers’ luggage. ) (As to fares on Sundays or holidays.) (Cheap fares for labouring classes. ) 20 (Periodical revision of rates and charges.) (Bye-laws.)

(Amendment of Tramways Act 1870 as to bye-laws by Corporation.)

(Orders &c. of Board of Trade) and 25

(Provision as to General Tramway Acts.)

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THE SAID ORDER OF 1903.

Section 7. (Alteration of Tramways) and

Section 9. (For protection of Postmaster General.)

PART IV.—STREET WORKS.

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(1) At least ten days’ notice shall unless in case of emergency be given to the owners lessees and occupiers or by the owners or lessees of the house or building so intended or so required to be underpinned or otherwise strengthened ;

(2) Each such notice if given by the Corporation shall be served in manner prescribed by section 19 of the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act 1845 and if given by the owners or lessees of the premises to be underpinned or strengthened shall be sent to the Town Clerk at his office ;sx

(3) If any owner lessee or occupier of any such house or building or the Corporation as the case may require shall within seven days after the giving of such notice give a counter notice in writing that he or they as the case may be disputes or dispute the necessity of such underpinning or strengthening the question of the necessity shall be’ referred to an engineer to be agreed upon or in case of difference to an engineer to be appointed at the instance of either party by the Board of Trade ;

(4) Such referee shall forthwith upon the application of either party proceed to inspect such house or building and determine the matter referred to him and in the event of his deciding that such underpinning or strengthening is necessary he may and if so required by such owner lessee or occupier shall prescribe the mode in which the same shall be executed and the Corporation may and shall proceed forthwith so to underpin or strengthen the said house or

building ;

(5) The Corporation shall be hable to compensate the owners lessees and occupiers of every such house or building for any inconvenience loss or damage which may result to them by reason of the exercise of the powers granted by this enactment ;

(6) If in any case in which any house or building shall have been underpinned or strengthened on the requisition of the Corporation such underpinning or strengthening shall prove inadequate for the support or protection of the house or building against further injury arising from the execu- tion or use of the works of the Corporation then and in

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Temporary

stoppage of

streets.

Power to extend Technical College.

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every such case unless such underpinning or strengthening shall have been done in pursuance of and in the mode prescribed by the referee the Corporation shall make compensation to the owners lessees and occupiers of such house or building for such injurv provided the claim for compensation in respect thereof be

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PART VL—LANDS.

86. Subject to the provisions of this Act the Corporation may enter upon take hold and use all or any part of the lands delineated on the depusited plans and described in the deposited book of reference which they require for the tramways street works

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that he alleges that such portion cannot be severed from the remainder of the property without material detriment thereto, he may be required to sell and convey to the Corporation such portion only without the Corporation being obliged or compellable to purchase the whole the Corporation paying 5 for the portion so taken and making compensation for any damage sustained by the owner by severance or otherwise :

(3) If within such twenty-one days the owner shall by notice in writing to the Corporation allege that such portion cannot be so severed the jury arbitrators or other authority to whom 10 the question of disputed compensation shall be submitted (hereinafter referred to as “the tribunal”) shall in addition to the other questions required to be determined by it deter- mine whether the portion of the scheduled properties specified in the notice to treat can be severed from the remainder 15 without material detriment thereto and if not whether any and what other portion Jess than the whole (but not ex- ceeding the portion over which the Corporation have com- pulsory powers of purchase) can be so severed :

(4) If the tribunal determine that the portion of the scheduled 20 properties specified in the notice to treat or any such other portion as aforesaid can be severed from the remainder with- out material detriment thereto the owner may be required to sell and convey to the Corporation the portion which the tribunal shall have determined to be so severable without the 25 Corporation being obliged or compellable to purchase the whole the Corporation paying such sum for the portion taken by them including compensation for any damage sustained by the owner by severance or otherwise as shall be awarded by the tribunal. 30

(5) If the tribunal determine that the portion of the scheduled properties specified in the notice to treat can notwithstanding the allegation of the owner be severed from the remainder without material detriment thereto the tribunal may in its absolute discretion determine and order that the costs charges 35 and expenses incurred by the owner incident to the arbitration or inquiry shall be borne and paid by the owner:

(6) If the tribunal determine that the portion of the scheduled properties specified in the notice to treat

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cannot be severed from the remainder without material detriment thereto (and whether or not they shall deter- mine that any other portion can be so severed) the Corpora- tion may withdraw their notice to treat and thereupon they shall pay to the owner all costs charges and expenses reasonably and properly incurred by him in consequence of such notice : I

(7) If the tribunal determine that the portion of the scheduled properties specified in the notice to treat cannot be severed from the remainder without material detriment thereto but that any such other portion as aforesaid can be so severed the Corporation in case they shall not withdraw the notice to treat shall pay to the owner all costs charges and expenses reasonably and properly incurred by him in consequence of such notice or such portion of such costs charges and expenses as the tribunal shall having regard to the circumstances of the case and their final determination think fit.

The provisions of this section shall be in force notwithstanding anything in the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act 1845 contained and nothing contained in or done under this section shall be held as determining or as being or implying an admission that any of the scheduled properties or any part thereof is or is not or but for this

section would or would not be subject to the provisions of section 92 of

the Land Clauses Consolidation Act 1845.

The provisions of this section shall be stated in every notice given thereunder to sell and convey any premises.

39, The powers of the Corporation for the compulsory purchase of lands under this Act shall not be exercised after the expiration of three years from the passing of this Act.

40. The Corporation in addition to any other lands which they are by this Act authorised to acquire may from time to time by agreement purchase take on lease acquire and hold for tramway

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Correction of errors omissions &c.

Power to retain sell &c. lands.

Procveds of gale of sur- plus lands.

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41. If there be any omission misstatement or wrong description of any lands or of the owners lessees or occupiers of any lands shown on the deposited plans or specified in the deposited book of reference the Corporation after giving ten days notice to the owners lessees and occupiers of the land in question may apply to two Justices (not being members of the Corporation) for the correction thereof and if it appear to the justices that the omission misstatement or wrong description arose from mistake they shall certify the same accordingly and they shall in their certificate state the particulars of the omission and in what respect any such matter 1s misstated or wrongly described and such certificate shall be deposited with the clerk of the peace for the West

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48. (1) Every sum charged by the Corporation to a consumer in Charg

respect of the wiring and fitting of the premises of such consumer for lighting purposes and the supplying of electric light fittings shall be clearly stated on every demand note by the Corporation for payment for electrical energy supplied to such consumer distinct from the charge for such energy.

(2) The total sums received and expended by the Corporation under this part of this Act in connection with the purposes in this section mentioned in each year (including the amount required for interest on and all sums applied either by way of instalments or by way of payments to sinking fund for repayment of any moneys borrowed for such purposes) shall be separately shown in the published accounts of the electric lighting undertaking of the Corporation for such year.

49. No lamp meter electric line fuse switch fitting lampholder motor apparatus or thing let for hire by the Corporation under the provisions of this Act shall be subject to distress or to the landlord’s remedy for rent nor to be taken in execution under any process of law or equity or any proceeding in bankruptcy against the person or persons in whose possession the same may be. Provided that such lamp meter electric line fuse switch fitting lampholder motor apparatus or thing is marked or impressed with a sufficient mark or brand indicating the Corporation as the actual owners thereof.

PART VIII—STREETS BUILDINGS SEWERS AND SANITARY.

50. Every person desirous of forming a communication for horses or vehicles across any kerbed or paved footway so as to afford access to any premises from a street repairable by the inhabitants at large shall first give notice in writing of such desire to the Corporation and shall if so required by them submit to them for their approval a plan of the proposed communication shewing where it will cut the footway and what provision (if any) is made for kerbing for gullies and for a paved crossing and the dimensions and gradients of the necessary works and shall execute the works at his own expense under the supervision and to the satisfaction of the surveyor and in case such plan shall have been required then in accordance with the plan so approved and not otherwise: Provided that unless the Corporation shall within one month after submission of the said plan signify in writing their disapproval of the same to the person desirous of forming

es for electric light fittings to be shown separately on demand note.

Materials and fittings supplied by Corporation to be free from distress.

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such communication as aforesaid the said plan shall be deemed to be approved by the Corporation.

If any person drives or permits or causes to be driven any horse or vehicle across any footway unless and until such a communication as aforesaid has been so made or on or along any part of such footway 5 other than the part over which such communication has been made he shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding forty shillings in addition to the amount of damage (if any) done to such footway : Provided that this section shall not be deemed to apply to the temporary crossing of footways during building operations if means satisfactory to the 10 Corporation be taken to protect such footways from injury and for the convenience of the foot passengers: Provided further that this section shall not apply when the land immediately adjoining such crossing or footway is used solely for agricultural purposes.

Trees or 51. Where any tree hedge or shrub overhangs any street or foot- 15 shrubs over-

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in any way interfere with the convenience of persons using such street or affect the of the owners of the property adjcining and up to the line of the street.

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Registration of common lodging

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the case may be and any person who shall offend against this enactment shall for every such offence be liable to a penalty not exceeding five pounds and a daily penalty not exceeding twenty shillings.

58. Every common lodging house whether registered before or after the passing of this Act shall be provided with sufficient sanitary conveniences having regard to the number of lodgers who may be

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Exposure of infected persons.

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Driver &c. of infected person to give notice.

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or for the purposes of disinfecting such house or part thereof they may make application to a justice and the justice if satisfied of the necessity of such removal may grant a warrant authorising the Corporation to remove such residents and imposing such conditions as to time and otherwise as to him may seem fit: Provided always that no such warrant shall be necessary when the removal is carried out with the consent of any such resident or his parent or guardian. The Corporation shal] and they are hereby empowered to provide free of charge temporary shelter with any necessary attendance for such persons while prevented from returning to such house or part thereof.

(2) For the purposes of this section the word “ house” includes any tent van shed or similar structure used for human habitation.

(3) The Corporation may for the purposes of

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(2) Any occupier knowingly furnishing false information shall be liable on summary conviction to a penalty not exceeding forty shillings.

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(3) Any Registrar of Births and Deaths whose sub-district or any part thereof is situated within the Borough shall at all reasonable times have access to the Notices of Birth received by the Medical Officer of Health under the provisions of this section or to any book in which such notices may be recorded for the purpose of obtaining information concerning births that have occurred within his sub-district.

(4) The notification required to be made under this section shall be in addition to and not in substitution for the requirements of the general Acts relating to the registration of births and deaths.

(5) The Corporation shall cause to be given public notice of the effect of the provisions of this section by advertisement in two local newspapers and by handbills and shall give formal notice thereof by registered post to every medical practitioner known to be in practice in the Borough and to all women duly registered as midwives or known to be practising midwifery within the Borough and otherwise in such manner as the Corporation think sufficient and this section shall come into operation at such time not being less than one month after the last publication of such advertisement in a local newspaper as aforesaid as the Corporation may fix.

(6) The provisions of this section shall cease to be in force within the Borough at the expiration of five years from the date of the passing of this Act unless they shall have been continued by Act of Parliament or by Provisional Order made by the Local Government Board and confirmed by Parliament which Order the Local Government Board are hereby empowered to make in accordance with the provisions

of the Public Health Act 1875.

PART XIL—FINANCE.

74. The Corporation may in addition to any moneys they are now authorised to borrow or which they may be authorised to borrow under the provisions of the Public Health Acts or any public general Act borrow at interest for the following purposes the following sums on the following securities (that is to say) :—

On the security of the borough fund and borough rate

(a) For paying the costs charges and expenses of and in relation to this Act as hereinafter defined the sum requisite for the purpose

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On the security of the revenue of the tramway undertaking of the Corporation and of the borough fund and borough rate —

(b) For the construction of tramways any sum not exceeding five thousand three hundred and forty pounds

5 (c) For electrical equipment in connection with the Corporation tramways any sum not exceeding eight hundred and eighty- two pounds

On the security of the borough fund and borough rate--

(d) For the purchase of land for and for the street works by this 10 Act authorised the sum of two thousand four hundred and

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Mode of payment off of money borrowed.

As to re- borrowing.

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As to moneys borrowed for the purposes (d) in the said section mentioned within forty-five years from the date or dates of the borrowing of the same ;

As to moneys borrowed for the purposes

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78. The following sections of the Huddersfield Tramways and Application Improvement Act 1890 the Huddersfield Corporation Act 1897 of the Acts the: Huddersfield Corporation Tramways Act 1900 and the Hudders- 1902 field Corporation Act 1902 shall (with the necessary modifications 5 and subject to the provisions of this Act) extend and apply mutatis mutandis to the moneys borrowed and re-borrowed under

this Act and the repayment thereof :—

THE SAID AcT OF 1890.

Section 35. (Sinking funds may be adjusted in certain events.) 10 Section 38. (Annual return to Local Government Board with respect to sinking funds &c.) Section 40. (Application of moneys borrowed.)

THE SAID ACT OF 1897.

Section 40. (As to sinking fund.) 15 Section 42. (Uorporation not to regard trusts.)

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Application of Cemeteries Clauses Act 1847 to cemeteries of Corporation.

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Section 58. (Informations by whom to be laid.)

Section 59. (Compensation how to be determined.) Section 61. (Recovery of penalties &c.) and

Section 63. (Judges not disqualified.) 84. The provisions of sections one hundred and eighty-two to one hundred and eighty-five of the Public Health Act 1875 so far as they relate to byelaws made by an urban authority shall apply to byelaws made by the Corporation under the powers of this Act except byelaws to which the provisions of the Tramways Act 1870

are applicable under this Act.

deeming himself aggrieved by any order As

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88. Nothing in this Act affects prejudicially any right power privilege or exemption of the Crown. Costs of Act. 89. The costs charges and expenses preliminary and of and inci-

dental to preparing obtaining and passing this Act as taxed by the taxing officer of the House of Lords or House of Commons shall be 5 paid by the Corporation.

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THE SCHEDULE REFERRED TO IN THE FOREGOING ACT.

DESCRIBING PROPERTIES OF WHICH PORTIONS ONLY MAY BE REQUIRED.

Parish Work Number on Deposited Plans


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