Local Government Supplemental (No. 3) Act 1866

Publication Date:January 01, 1866
 
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Local Government Supplemental Act, 1866

(29 & 30 Vict.) C A P. CVI.

An Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders under ‘The Local Government Act, 1858,’ relating to the Districts ofWest Hartlepool, Tormoham, Marrogate, St. Leonard, Wednesfield, Aberdare, Bristol, Derby, Shrewsbury, Netherthong, Hove, New Windsor, Hanley, Burnley , and Accrington and for other Purposes relative to certain Districts under the said Act.

[10th August 1866]

W HEREAS the Secretary of State for the Home Department, being One of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, has, under the Provisions of the Local Government Act, 1858, duly made certain Provisional Orders which are contained in the Schedule to this Act annexed, and it is provided by the aforesaid Local Government Act that no such Orders shall be of any Validity whatever until they shall have been confirmed by Parliament; and it is expedient that the said Orders should be so confirmed, and other Provisions made with respect to certain Districts already under the Local Government Act aforesaid:

Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, as follows:

S-1 Provisional Orders in Schedule confirmed.

1 Provisional Orders in Schedule confirmed.

1. The Provisional Orders contained in the Schedule hereunto annexed shall, from and after the passing of this Act, be absolute, and be as binding and of the like Force and Effect as if the Provisions of the same had been expressly enacted in this Act.

S-2 Limit of Time for compulsory Purchase of Land \(Bristol).

2 Limit of Time for compulsory Purchase of Land \(Bristol).

2. The Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the City ofBristol being by the Council of the said City the Local Board of Health in and for the District of the said City and County of Bristol , shall not exercise the Powers of compulsory Purchase or taking of Lands under the Provisions of the Bristol Provisional Order (in the Schedule to this Act annexed and confirmed by this Act), for the Purposes set forth and described in such Provisional Order, after the Expiration of Five Years from the Date of the passing of this Act.

S-3 As to Liability to Share of Halstead Mortgage Debt.

3 As to Liability to Share of Halstead Mortgage Debt.

3. The Fourth Section of the Local Government Supplemental Act, 1866, (Twenty-ninthVictoria , Chapter Twenty-four,) shall be taken to be and shall be read as if the following Words were added to that Section, that is to say: Provided also, that any Income arising or that may hereafter arise from the Corn Market House belonging to the said Board shall be applied exclusively to the Payment of the Interest and Instalments of the Sum of One thousand three hundred Pounds, being the Amount borrowed by the said Board on the Security of the General District Rates for the Erection of such Corn Market House.

S-4 Adoption of Local Government Act by Knottingley rescinded.

4 Adoption of Local Government Act by Knottingley rescinded.

4. Whereas the Local Government Act, 1858, was on the Sixteenth Day ofFebruary One thousand eight hundred and sixty-three duly adopted by the Township of Knottingley in the West Riding of the County of York , but no Proceedings have been taken to elect a Local Board or appoint Officers for the Purposes of the said Act, or otherwise to carry the said Act into execution in such Township: And whereas a Memorial numerously signed by Owners and Ratepayers of such Township, and presented to the Secretary of State for the Home Department as One of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, praying that the Resolution adopting the aforesaid Act be rescinded: And whereas the Population of the Township being above Three thousand according to the last Census, such Township cannot legally rescind such Adoption by Resolution: It is hereby enacted, That the aforesaid Resolution of Adoption of the Local Government Act, 1858, by the said Township of Knottingley shall be and the same is hereby rescinded.

S-5 Wednesfield Local Board to consist of Nine Members.

5 Wednesfield Local Board to consist of Nine Members.

5. The Local Board in and for the District ofWednesfield in the County of Stafford , as altered by the Provisional Order in the Schedule to this Act contained, shall be Nine in Number, of whom One Third shall go out of Office annually; and at the First Election that shall take place after the passing of this Act all the Members of the Local Board for the Wednesfield District, as now constituted shall retire, and in their Stead Nine Members shall be elected for the said District as altered by the said Order, by the Votes of Owners of and Ratepayers in respect of Property situate within the District as so altered.

S-6 Act incorporated with 21 & 22 Vict. c. 98.

6 Act incorporated with 21 & 22 Vict. c. 98.

6. This Act shall be deemed to be incorporated with the Local Government Act, 1858, and shall be as if this Act and the said Local Government Act were One Act.

S-7 Short Title.

7 Short Title.

7. In citing this Act in any other Act of Parliament, or in any Proceeding, Instrument, or Document whatever, it shall be sufficient to use the Words and Figures ‘TheLocal Government Supplemental Act, 1866’ (No. 3).

Note : this act is listed in the Chronological Table of Statutes as theLocal Government Supplemental (No. 3) Act, 1866

SCHEDULE of Provisional Orders referred to in thepreceding Act.

SCH-1.1

1. West Hartlepool .—Repealing and altering Parts of a Local Act in force within the District.

SCH-1.2

2. Tormoham .—Alteration of the Torquay Waterworks Act, 1856, in force within the Local Boards District, and for other Purposes under the Local Government Act, 1858.

SCH-1.3

3. Harrogate .—Alteration of the Harrogate Improvement Act, 1841, in force within the District of Harrogate.

SCH-1.4

4. St. Leonard .—Repealing and altering Parts of a Local Act in force within the District of the Local Board of St. Leonard.

SCH-1.5

5. Wednesfield .—Altering the Boundaries of the District of Wednesfield under the Provisions of the Local Government Act, 1858.

SCH-1.6

6. Aberdare .—Separating from the District of Aberdare a Portion thereof styled Mountain Ash.

SCH-1.7

7. Bristol .—Putting in force the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, within the District, for the Purchase of Lands for Street Improvements therein.

SCH-1.8

8. Derby .—Putting in force the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, for the Purchase and taking of Lands by the Local Board of Health otherwise than by Agreement, for Improvements of Streets.

SCH-1.9

9. Shrewsbury .—Putting in force the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, within the District, for the Purchase of Lands for Market and Street Improvements therein.

SCH-1.10

10. Netherthong .—Putting in force the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, within the District, for the Purchase of Lands for Road Improvements.

SCH-1.11

11. Hove .—Putting in force the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, within the District, for the Purchase of Lands for Road Improvements.

SCH-1.12

12. New Windsor .—Putting in force the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, for the Purchase of Lands by the Board for Road Improvements.

SCH-1.13

13. Hanley .—Putting in force the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, for the Purchase of Land by the Board for Street Improvements.

SCH-1.14

14. Burnley .—Putting in force the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, within the District, for the Purchase of Lands for Street Improvements.

SCH-1.15

15. Accrington .—Putting in force the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, for the Purchase and taking of Lands by the Local Board of Health otherwise than by Agreement, for further Market Improvements.

WEST HARTLEPOOL.

Provisional Order for Repeal and Alteration of the West HartlepoolLocal Act in force within the District of the West HartlepoolImprovement Commissioners.

Whereas the West Hartlepool Improvement Commissioners have duly adopted the Local Government Act, 1858, in and for the limits of the West Hartlepool Improvement Act, 1854 (17 Vict. cap. 41.); and the said Commissioners acting as a Local Board, under and for the purposes of such Act, have, in pursuance of the said Local Government Act, presented a petition to me, as one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, praying for the alteration, amendment, and partial repeal of the herein-after recited Local Act, in force within the said District, having relation to the purposes of the Local Government Act, and not conferring powers or privileges upon any corporation, company, undertakers, or individuals, for their own pecuniary benefit, and for other purposes in such petition set forth; that is to say:—

An Act passed in the seventeenth year of the reign of Her present Majesty, Queen Victoria, (17 Vict. cap. 41.) intituled ‘An Act for paving, lighting, watching, draining, cleansing, regulating, and otherwise improving the Town of West Hartlepool and part of the Township of Stranton, in the County of Durham, for providing a Cemetery, and for other purposes:’

And whereas it appears expedient to issue a Provisional Order in relation to the said matters, but no such Order can be valid without the confirmation of Parliament:

Now, therefore, I, as one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, and in pursuance of the powers vested in me by the Local Government Act, 1858, do, by this Provisional Order under my hand, direct—

That from and after the passing of any Act of Parliament confirming this Order,—

SCH-1.1

1.—The Local Act aforesaid shall be repealed, altered, and amended as follows, and shall be read and have effect accordingly:—

The parts of the said Local Act, 17 Vict. cap. 41, called ‘The West Hartlepool Improvement Act, 1854,’ to be repealed (referring to the numbers of the Sections in that Act and the Acts incorporated therewith, in the copies printed by the Queen's Printers) are as...

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