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(1)A local authority may provide, erect and fit up wharves, stations, lairs, sheds and other places for the landing, reception, keeping, sale, slaughter or disposal of imported or other animals, carcases, fodder, litter, dung and other things.
(2)There shall be incorporated with this Act the Markets and Fairs Clauses Act 1847, except sections 6 to 9, and 52 to 59.
(3)A wharf or other place provided by a local authority under this section shall be a market within that Act, and this Act shall be the special Act; and
(a)the prescribed limits shall be the limits of lands acquired or appropriated for the purposes of this section ;
(b)byelaws shall be approved by the appropriate Minister,
which approval shall be sufficient without any other approval or allowance where—
(i)notice of application for approval has been given, and
(ii)the proposed byelaws have been published before application,
as required by that Act of 1847.
(4)A local authority may charge for the use of a wharf or other place provided by them under this section such sums as may be imposed by byelaws, and those sums shall be deemed tolls authorised by the special Act.
(5)All sums so received by a local authority in England or Wales—
(a)shall be carried to a separate account; and
(b)shall be applied in payment of interest and repayment of principal in respect of money borrowed by them under this Act; and
(c)subject to paragraph (b), shall be applied towards the discharge of their expenses under this Act.
(6)The local authority shall make such periodical returns to the appropriate Minister as he may require of their expenditure and receipts in respect of the wharf or other place.
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