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And with respect to the police of the harbour, dock, or pier, be it enacted as follows:
Any two justices may appoint such persons as shall be nominated for that purpose by the undertakers to be special constables within the limits of the harbour, dock, pier, and premises of the undertakers, and within one mile of the same; and every person so appointed shall be sworn in by any such justices duly to execute the office of a constable within the limits aforesaid, and when so sworn in shall have the same powers, protections, and privileges within the limits aforesaid, and shall be subject to the same liabilities, as constables have or are subject to by the laws of the realm.
Any two justices may dismiss any such constable from his office, and upon such dismissal all powers, protections, and privileges vested in such constables shall cease.
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