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Public Health and Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (Northern Ireland) 1955

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Public Health ProvisionsN.I.

S. 1 rep. by 1973 NI 2

2Expenses of provision of water supply recoverable by district councils.N.I.

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S. 3 rep. by 1973 NI 2

4Provision of sanitary conveniences, etc., at sports grounds, inns and other places of refreshment or entertainment.N.I.

The owner or occupier of any sports ground, or any inn, public-house, beer-house, eating-house, refreshment-house or place of public entertainment anywhere in Northern Ireland shall, if so required by notice in writing by the [F2 district council], provide and maintain thereon—

(a)in the case of a sports ground, such sanitary conveniences;

(b)in the case of any other such house or place as aforesaid, such urinals;

as may be so required, and accordingly … residue, with Schedule, substitutes s.44 of 1907 c.53

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F2SRO (NI) 1973/285

5Variation of certain stallages, rents and tolls.N.I.

(1)A [F3 district council] empowered by any enactment (whether public general or local)—

(a)to establish and regulate markets; or

(b)to provide and regulate slaughter-houses; and

(c)to take stallages, rents or tolls in respect of the use of markets or slaughter-houses;

may, notwithstanding anything in such enactment, from time to time—

(i)

vary the amount of any such stallages or rents;

(ii)

vary the kinds, descriptions, quantities or numbers of commodities or animals in respect of which such tolls may be taken;

(iii)

with the approval of the Ministry fix the tolls to be taken in respect of such markets or slaughter-houses;

and accordingly … residue, with Schedule, inserts s.105A in 1878 c.52

Subs. (2) repeals in pt. proviso to s. 36 of 1847 c. 14

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F3SRO (NI) 1973/285

6Inclusion in slaughter-house tolls of charges for services.N.I.

It is hereby declared that a power conferred in whatsoever words by any enactment (whether public general or local) on any [F4 district council] to take tolls or make charges in respect of the use of a slaughter-house includes and always has included power to make charges in respect of any services provided by the [F4 council] at that slaughter-house, and accordingly … residue, with Schedule, inserts s.105B in 1878 c.52

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F4SRO (NI) 1973/285

S. 7 rep. by SRO (NI) 1973/285

Local Government ProvisionsN.I.

8Powers of district councils as respects war memorials.N.I.

The powers conferred on [F5 district councils] by section seven of the Act of 1923 with respect to war memorials shall be extended, and accordingly … residue, with Schedule, substitutes s.7(1)(2)(b) of 1923 c.31 (NI)

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F5SRO (NI) 1973/285

Ss. 9‐25 rep. by 1962 c. 12 (NI); 1964 c. 14 (NI); 1966 c. 38 (NI); 1972 c. 9 (NI); 1972 NI 10; 1972 NI 16; SLR 1976; 1981 NI 14

26Interpretation.N.I.

In this Act—

  • “Act of 1878” means the Public Health (Ireland) Act, 1878 [1878 c.52] ;

  • Definition spent

  • “Act of 1923” means the Local Government Act (Northern Ireland), 1923 [1923 c.31] ;

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  • “Act of 1934” means the Local Government Act (Northern Ireland), 1934 [1934 c.22] ;

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  • “enactment” includes an enactment in a local or private Act;

  • “Minister” and “Ministry” mean respectively the Minister and Ministry of Health and Local GovernmentF6.

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F6Now D/Env., SRO (NI) 1964/205; 1972/111; 1973/504; 1976 NI 6

27Short title, citation and commencement.N.I.

(1)This Act may be cited as the Public Health and Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (Northern Ireland), 1955.

(2)Sections one to three, and so much of sections twenty-five to twenty-seven and the Schedule as relates to those sections, and t Supplies and Sewerage Acts (Northern Ireland), 1945 and 1949, may be cited together as the Water and Sewerage Acts (Northern Ireland), 1945 to 1955.

(3)Sections one to seven, and so much of sections twenty-five to twenty-seven and the Schedule as relates to those sections, and the Public Health Acts (Northern Ireland), 1878 to 1949, may be cited together as the Public Health Acts (Northern Ireland), 1878 to 1955.

(4)Sections eight to eighteen, and so much of sections twenty-five to twenty-seven and the Schedule as relates to those sections, the Act of 1946 and the Local Governments Act (Northern Ireland), 1898 to 1948, may be cited together as the Local Government Acts (Northern Ireland), 1898 to 1955.

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