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The limits of this Act shall be deemed to be and to include every part of the Metropolitan Police District and the City of London; and all provisions of any former Act in force referring to hackney carriages licensed under the M1London Hackney Carriage Act 1831, or to hackney carriages kept, used, employed, or let to hire within the distance of five miles from the General Post Office in the City of London, or to any act, matter, or thing committed or done in relation to such hackney carriages within the said distance, shall be deemed to refer and apply to hackney carriages licensed under this Act, or to hackney carriages kept, used, employed, or let to hire within the limits of this Act, and to any act, matter, or thing committed or done in relation to hackney carriages within the said limits.
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