§ This Act in its application to Ireland shall be subject to the following modifications (that is to say):
- (1) References to the Local Government Board shall be construed, as references to the Local Government Board for Ireland:
- (2) A reference to the Board of Trade in relation to the confirmation of by-laws made by a county council shall be construed as a reference to the Local Government Board:
- (3) The reference to Section sixty-nine of the Local Government Act, 1888, shall be construed as a reference to Article twenty-two of the Schedule to the Local Government (Application of Enactments) Order, 1858, and the reference to Section eighty-seven of the said Act shall be construed as a reference to Article thirty-two of the said Schedule, and any other references to the said Act shall be construed as a reference to the Local Government (Ireland) Act, 1898:
- (4) The reference to the Public Health Acts, 1875 to 1908, shall be construed as a reference to the Public Health (Ireland) Acts, 1878 to 1918:
- (5) The expression "county district" shall be substituted for the expression "parish":
- (6) The power of a county council to charge on any county district, or county districts expenses incurred by the county council under this Act in respect of a ferry may be exercised as regards the whole or any part of the expenses so incurred, and as regards expenses so incurred in respect of any ferry, whether for the purpose of a main road or act:
§ Provided that where a county council consider that any expenses so incurred should be charged 1982 in whole or in part on any county district they: shall pass a resolution to that effect and shall communicate the resolution to the council of the district in such mariner as may be prescribed by the Local Government Board, and the council of the district, if aggrieved by the resolution, may appeal to the Board within such time and in such manner as may be so prescribed, and the Board shall have power either to dismiss the appeal or to rescind the resolution and make such Order as they think proper as respects the area of charge.
Amendment made: Leave out Sub-sections (1) and (2) and insert instead thereof
(1) The reference to the Minister of Health; shall be construed as a reference to (he Local Government Board for Ireland.
(2) The expenses incurred by a county council shall be raised as a county at large charge."— [Sir E. Geddes.]
§ The ATTORNEY-GENERAL for IRELAND (Mr. D. Henry)
The substituted Sub-section (2) provides that expenses of I the county council shall be a county j charge.
§ Sir R. ADKINS
If and when the county council does anything, it comes on the general county rate; if and when the district council, then the district must pay for itself.
§ Amendment agreed to.
§ Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill.