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An Act to compel Clerks of the Peace for Counties and other Persons to take the Custody of such Documents as shall be directed to be deposited with them under the Standing Orders of either House of Parliament.
[17th July 1837]
Whereas the Houses of Parliament are in the habit of requiring that, previous to the introduction of any Bill into Parliament for making certain bridges, turnpike roads, cuts, canals, reservoirs, aqueducts, waterworks, navigations, tunnels, archways, railways, piers, ports, harbours, ferries, docks, and other works, to be made under the authority of Parliament, certain maps or plans and sections, and books and writings, or extracts or copies of or from certain maps, plans, or sections, books and writing, shall be deposited in the office of the[F1 clerk of the peace][F1 clerk of the district council] for every county, riding, or division in England or Ireland, or in the office of the sheriff clerk of every county in Scotland, in which such work is proposed to be made, and also with the parish clerk of every parish in England, the schoolmaster of every parish of Scotland, or in royal burghs with the town clerk, . . .F2, in which such work is intended to be made, and with other persons: And whereas it is expedient that such maps, plans, sections, books, writings, and copies or extracts of and from the same, should be received by the said[F3 clerks of the peace][F3 clerks of the district councils], sheriff clerks, parish clerks, schoolmasters, town clerks, . . .F2, and other persons, and should remain in their custody for the purposes hereinafter mentioned:
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