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Extreme height thereof, when exceeding five feet, to be marked in figures on the section of every railway, and on each side of any intervening bridge or viaduct, 53.
Where viaduct as a substitute for solid embankment is intended, the same to be marked on the section, 54.
Enlarged Plans :
To be added of any building, yard, courtyard, or land within the curtilage of any building, or of any ground cultivated as a garden, 40.
Estate Bills :
Three clear days between the second reading of estate Bills (not being Bills relating to crown, church, or corporation property) and the sitting of the committee thereupon, 211.
Committee on Bill to report specially in certain cases, and report to be printed and circulated with the Votes, 188a.
To be charged one-half only of the
usual fees, p. 123. Estimate of Application of Money :
Estimates of proposed application of money borrowed by local authorities to be recited in Bill, and proved before select committee thereon, 172.
Estimate of Expense :
To be deposited in Private Bill Office on or before 31st December, 35.
Printed copies to be delivered at the Vote Office and Private Bill Office on or before 31st December, 36.
Form of estimate for works proposed to be authorised by any Railway, Tramway, Tramroad, Canal, Dock, or Harbour Bill, 37.
In the case of Bills of the 2nd Class, to be made, and signed by the person making the same, 56.
See also Deposit of Money. Estimate of Rates, &c. :
Declaration and estimate of amount of rates may be deposited, and in such case
no deposit of money to be required, 59. Examination of Private Bills :
By clerks in the Private Bill Office, between the first and second reading, 234.
Printed as amended, with the Bill delivered by the committee clerk, 241.
Printed fair, with the Bill as read the third time, 245.
Examiners of Petitions for Private Billscontinued.
Standing Orders as to the duties of, and practice before, the Examiners, 69–78, 256, 257.
Proofs required before them in cases of works altered while Bill is in Parliament, 61.
Bills referred to them, in cases in which a meeting of proprietors is required, 62, 63.
To report in cases of Bills from the Lords in which a meeting of proprietors is required, 64, 65.
Proof required before them of consent of proprietors in cases of Bills authorising a company to raise money in aid of an undertaking of another company, 66.
To report on Railway Bills containing provisions charging payments on local rates in Ireland, 67.
Proof required before them of consent of directors, &c., named in a Bill, 68.
To commence the examination of petitions on 18th January, 69.
To give at least seven clear days' notice of the day appointed for the examination of each petition ; and if the promoters do not appear, to strike the petition off the list, 70.
To certify on each petition whether standing orders have or have not been complied with, and when not complied with to report to the House, 71.
Petitions for additional provision, Bills from the Lords, and Bills introduced in lieu of other Bills withdrawn, and Bills to confirm provisional orders referred to them, and to inquire and report in the case of any Provisional Order Confirmation Bill brought from the Lords to which the standing orders of this House would apply if the Bill were a Private Bill, 72.
To give two clear days' notice of examination of petitions for additional provision, and in the case of certain Bills, 73.
To hear parties on memorials complaining of non-compliance with the standing orders, 74.
To hear individual proprietors, or shareholders, who dissent at meetings of proprietors called under orders 62–66; 75.
To admit affidavits in proof of compliance with the standing orders, 76.
To report in respect of Bills originating in the Lords, and whether standing orders have or have not been complied with, and to report separately any special circumstances connected with a case of non-compliance, 77.
In certain cases to make a special report, 78.
Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills :
Appointed by Mr. Speaker, 2.
Standing Orders, compliance with which is to be proved before them, 3-68, 256.
Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills--- Fisheries : continued.
Bills relating to, included in the 1st All Reports that the standing orders
Class of Bills, 1. have not been complied with, and all See also Board of Agriculture and special reports to be referred to Standing Fisheries. Orders Committee, 199.
Forests : May entertain memorials complaining of non-compliance with the standing
Conservators of, may be heard against orders in reference to petitions for addi
a Bill, 134e. tional provision, to Bills from the Lords, &c., although the parties affected may Frontagers. See Tramways. not have signed the same, 232.
Daily lists of petitions for Bills, which they are appointed to sit, to be
Gaols or Houses of Correction :
Bills relative to, included in the 1st case of substituted Bills under the Private
Class of Bills, 1. Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 256, 257.
Enlarged plan, on a scale of not less
than a quarter of an inch to every 100 F.
feet, required in the case of any ground February :
cultivated as a garden, 40. Petitions against Bills to be deposited Gas or Water Companies: in the Private Bill Office on or before
Provision for raising additional capital, 12th February, 128.
188. Fees :
Bills relating to, included in the 1st Fences. See Bridges.
Class of Bills, 1.
Notices of Bills to specify limits of, 5. Ferries : Bills relative to, included in the 1st
Notice to be given on or before 15th
December to the owner and occupier of Class of Bills, 1.
every dwelling-house within 300 yards, And in the 2nd Class where any work 15. is to be executed, 1.
Copy of Bill relating to, to be deposited No Railway company to acquire any at Board of Trade, 33, 60, 84. ferry, unless the committee on the Bill
Clause to define limits of works, 187. report that such restriction ought not to be enforced, 156.
Gazette (London, Edinburgh, or Dublin):
Publication of notices therein directed, Filled-up Bill :
9, 61, 66. To be deposited in Private Bill Office two clear days before the meeting of the
Gazette Notice: committee on the Bill, 237.
A copy thereof to be deposited, together First Reading :
with plans, sections,
sections, and books of
reference, 31. Copies of Bills from the Lords and substituted Bills to be deposited at public General List of Petitions : offices not later than two days after, 60, 258.
In cases where the promoters do not Bills from the Lords and Bills to con
appear petitions to be struck off the, 70.
Petitions for re-insertion in the, to firm provisional orders and certificates
stand referred to the Select Committee on referred to Examiners after, 72.
Standing Orders, 200. No Bill for confirming a provisional order or certificate to be read the first
To be kept in the Private Bill Office, time after Whitsuntide, 193a.
and each petition numbered, 229. Bill when laid upon the Table to be General Post Office : deemed to have been read the first time,
Copy of every Bill to be deposited at, 197.
on or before 18th December, 33; Bills Printed copies of Bills to be delivered
brought from Lords not later than two at the Vote Office before, 203.
days after first reading, 60; Bills as Interval between first and second read- amended in committee three clear days ing, 204.
before consideration, 84.
No notice to be given or application made on, 21.
No deposit of documents on, to be deemed valid, 23.
Government Contracts :
Chairman of Ways and Means to report on Bills relative thereto previously to second reading, 81.
Proportion or rate of inclination between each change of gradient to be marked upon the section of every railway, 50.
In case of junctions gradient of existing line to be shown on section, 55.
Bills relative to, unless proposed in connection with a second class work to be authorised by the Bill, included in the 1st Class of Bills, 1.
Intention to levy such charge to be specified in notice for the Bill, 3.
Notice to owners, &c., in respect of lands or houses liable thereto on or before 15th December, 11.
Deposit of documents, plans, &c., in cases of Bills affecting lands or houses liable thereto on or before 30th November 24, 29.
Lands proposed to be subjected thereto, to be described on plans, 40.
Books of reference to contain names of owners, &c., of lands or houses liable thereto, 46.
Groups of Bills :
The Committee of Selection or the General Committee on Railway and Canal Bills may group all Bills, and such groups shall be published in the Votes, 103.
Committee on each group to consider that Bill first which the Committee of Selection or the General Committee on Railway and Canal Bills shall have named, and appoint time for consideration of remaining Bills, 125.
See also Committees.
Improvement, Definition of. See Definitions.
Improvement of Land. See Land, improving,
Improvement of Towns. See Paving, &c.
Harbour Department (Board of Trade). See
Board of Trade.
Harbours. See Docks, Harbours, &c.
Deposit of plans, &c., on or before 30th November, 30.
Deposit of Bills 33, 60, 84.
Deposit of statement in cases of Bills affecting working class houses on before 21st December, 38.
Inclosure Bills :
Included in the 1st Class of Bills, 1.
Notices and allegations to be proved by affidavit, 176.
Copy of Bill, with statement of value of property, and of assents, dissents, and neuters, to be delivered in to the committee, 177.
Clause to be inserted for leaving open space for excercise and recreation, 179.
Consent Bill to contain names of commissioners, &c., 180.
Disqualification of commissioners, umpires, surveyors, or valuers, 181.
Clauses to be inserted for settling pay of commissioners and passing their ac counts, 182.
Committee in certain cases to make a special report, 183.
Hospital for Infectious Diseases. See Crema
Procedure (Scotland) Act.
See Private Legislation List of Petitions. See General List of Peti
Lords, House of :
Copies of Bills brought from, to be deposited at government departments, 60.
Requirements in the event of alteration, during the progress through the Lords, of any work authorised by Bill of the 2nd class originated in that House, 61.
Orders as to meetings of proprietors or members of companies, and as to consents, in cases of Bills brought from the Lords, 64, 65, 68.
Examiners to report as to compliance with the standing orders in respect of Bills brought from the Lords, 72, 77.
Two days' notice to be given in the Private Bill Office of the day on which Examiner will examine Bills brought from the Lords, 73.
Requirements in respect of amendments made in the Lords to any Bill, 86.
Petitioner against a Bill originating in the Lords not precluded from opposing preamble in this House, 143.
Deposit at government offices of substituted Bills brought from the Lords not later than two days after first reading, 258. See also Private Bills. Chairman of
Committee of Ways and Means.
Orders with reference to the locus standi of petitioners against Private Bills, 74, 75, 89, 127-135.
Definition, Part II., Heading.
London, City of, &c., or any Borough :
Deposit of plans, &c., with the town clerk on or before 30th November, 29.
Notice of intention to appoint committee to inspect, with relation to proceeding upon a Private Bill, to be given to the committee clerks, 222.
Magistrates. See Stipendiary Magistrates.
London County Council :
Deposit of plans, &c., therewith on or before 30th November, 28.
Copies of Bills relating to works within limits of the administrative county of London to be deposited therewith on or before 18th December, 34.
Certain money Bills promoted by the, to be introduced as public Bills, and after second reading to be referred to a select committee nominated by the Committee of Selection, 194.
Committee on Bill promoted by, not to reduce amount in estimates recited in a former act without instruction, 194a.
Deposit of petition for Bill promoted by, publication of Notices, and deposits of copies of Bill, 1946.
Reports of Treasury and Local Government Board on certain Bills promoted by, 194c and 194d.
Provisions as to estimates in Bills promoted by, 194e.
In the case of railway and other Bills, to be deposited with the clerks of the peace, &c., and in certain cases with the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, 24.
In the case of all Bills, in the Private Bill Oflice, 25.
In the case of Tramway Bills, with Board of Trade, 25a.
In case of Electrical Energy Bills, with Board of Trade, 25b.
In cases affecting Tidal Lands, with the Harbour Department, Board of Trade, 26.
In cases where works are situate on banks, &c., of river, with the Board of
London Gazette. See Gazette.