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Local Government (Scotland) Act 1894

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Schedule IEnactments repealed

1.

Session and Chapter.

2.

Short Title.

3.

Extent of Repeal.

4.

Date from which Repeal takes effect.

25 & 26 Vict. c. clvii.Glasgow Barony Parochial Board Act, 1862.The whole Act.The commencement of this Act.
52 & 53 Vict. c. 50.Local Government (Scotland) Act, 1889.Section one hundred and five so far as it relates to the definition of the expression " police burgh."
53 & 54 Vict, c. 60.Local Taxation (Customs and Excise) Act, 1890.Section six so far as it relates to the definition of the expression " police burgh."The commencement of this Act.
54 & 55 Vict. c. 32.Roads and Streets in Police Burghs (Scotland) Act, 1891.Section seven so far as it relates to the definition of the expression " police burgh."
52 & 53 Vict. c. 50.Local Government (Scotland) Act, 1889.Section twenty-eight, subsection (2), (i), the words " who is not married, or " who being married is not " living in family with " her husband."
44 & 45 Vict. c. 13.Municipal Elections Amendment (Scotland) Act, 1881.Section two, the words " who " are not married, and " married females not " living in family with " their husbands."
8 & 9 Vict. c. 83.Poor Law (Scotland) Act, 1845.

Section two. Section three.

Section four, except so far as it relates to the Secretary.

Section five, except from " the Board shall have " to the end.

Section six.

JSection seven.

Section f eight to " proper " and."

Section eleven so far as it requires the consent of a Secretary of State, or Her Majesty's Advocate, to the appointment and the remuneration of a Commissioner or Commissioners.

The date of the establishment of the Local Government Board for Scotland.
30 & 31 Vict. c. 101.Public Health (Scotland) Act, 1867.

Sections nine, ten, and eleven, so far as they require the consent of a Secretary of State or Her Majesty's ' Advocate to any inquiry or the appointment of a Commissioner.

Section fifteen.

8 & 9 Vict. c. 83.Poor Law (Scotland) Act, 1845.

Section seventeen, from " and " until it shall" to the end.

Sections eighteen to twenty-nine, both inclusive.

Section thirty, from " and it " shall also be lawful" to the end.

Section thirty-one.

Section thirty-three, from " or " for the parochial board " to " entitled to attend."

Section thirty-eight, the words "or means and " substance."

Sections forty-seven and forty-eight.

The fifteenth day of May in the year one thousand eight , hundred and ninety-fire.
55 & 56 Viet, e. 54.The Allotments (Scotland) Act, 1892.Section nine.
50 & 51 Viet, e. 42.Public Libraries Consolidation (Scotland) Act, 1887.Section nine so far as it relates to the audit of the accounts of a parochial board.

Schedule II

We, A.B. [here insert name and place of abode as in the parish council register for the parish], and CD. [here insert name and place of abode as aforesaid], hereby propose and nominate E.F. [here insert name and place of abode as aforesaid] for election as a parish councillor [when the parish is divided into wards, add here

for the ward,specifying such ward] at the next ensuing parish council election in the parish of [specify parish]. Given under our hand this [insert date]. A.B._________________________ CD. _________________________ to be signed also by—

x________________________ Candidate,

or by—

x________________________ A person duly authorised. _________________________ Returning Officer

Schedule III

The intimation or nomination of E.F. [here insert name and place of abode of candidate as in the parish council register for the parish] for election as a parish councillor [when the parish is divided into wards, add here

for ___________________ the ward,specifying such ward] at the next; ensuing parish council election in the parish of [specify parish] is hereby withdrawn. Given under my hand this [insert date],

to be signed by—

x________________________ Candidate,

or by—

x________________________ A person duly authorised. To _________________________ Returning Officer

Schedule IV

(1)Expressions occurring in the adoptive sections of the Burgh Police (Scotland) Act, 1892, shall in such sections as adopted, when not inconsistent with the context, have the meanings assigned to them respectively in that Act as read along with this schedule: Provided that any reference to the burgh surveyor or to the private improvement assessment shall be excluded.

(2)In place of the expressions occurring in the said sections specified in the first column of the list appended hereto, there shall be substituted in such sections as adopted the expressions respectively specified in the second column thereof.

(3)The consent of the Board shall be required to any byelaw made by a district committee or by a county council in terms of the said sections as adopted.

(4)Section ninety-four of the principal Act shall apply to any offence against the provisions of the said sections as adopted or any byelaw made thereunder, with the substitution (except where a county is not divided into districts) of the expression

district clerkfor the expression " county clerk " occurring therein.

List

CommissionersDistrict committee.
BurghSpecial district.
FootpavementFootway.
This ActThe adopted section or sections of the Burgh Police (Scotland) Act, 1892.
Inspector of cleansingSanitary inspector.
MagistrateSheriff or any two justices of the peace.
Burgh general assessmentAssessment levied in terms of section forty-four of the Local Government (Scotland) Act. 1894.
By special order as herein definedWith consent of the county council.

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