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The Clerk shall attend [F1all meetings of the proprietary commissioners and of the council] , and shall, in proper Books to be provided for that Purpose, enter and keep a true and perfect Account of all the Money to be received by virtue of this Act, and of the Application of the same, and Minutes of all the Acts and Proceedings under this Act of [F1the proprietary commissioners of the council and of every committee appointed by the council]; and every such Minute shall be signed by the Chairman of the Meeting at which the Proceeding took place, and such Minute so signed shall be received as Evidence in all Courts, and before all Judges, Justices, and others, without Proof of such Meeting having been duly convened or held, or of the Persons attending such Meeting having been or being [F1proprietary commissioners, members of the council or members of the committee] respectively, or of the Signature of the Chairman, or of the Fact of his having been Chairman, all which Matters shall be presumed until the contrary is proved; and every Commissioner may at all convenient Times inspect and peruse such Books and Accountsgratis,and may demand and have Copies of any Part thereof on Payment of [F22½p] for every One hundred Words so to be copied; and if the Clerk shall refuse to permit any Commissioner to inspect or peruse any such Books or Accounts at all convenient Times, or refuse to make any such Copies within a reasonable Time at the Rate aforesaid, he shall for every such Offence be liable to a Penalty not exceeding [F3£25][F3level 1 on the standard scale] .
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