§ PUBLICATION OF NOTICE IN GAZETTE.
§ APPLICATION TO OWNERS, ETC., AND CONSENT TO BE PROVED.
§ PETITION FOR ADDITIONAL PROVISION.
§ 61. Whenever, during the progress through the House of Commons of any Local Bill of the Second Class originating in that House, any alteration has been made in any work authorised by such Bill, proof shall be given before the examiners that a plan and section of such alteration, on the same scale find containing the 174 same particulars as the original plan and section, together with a book of reference thereto, has been deposited in the Office of the Clerk of the Parliaments and with the clerk of the peace of every county, riding, or division in England or Ireland, and in the office of the sheriff clerk of every county in Scotland in which such alteration is proposed to be made, and where any county in Scotland is divided into districts or divisions, then also in the office of the principal sheriff clerk in and for each district or division in which such alteration is proposed to be made; and that a copy of such plan and section, so far as relates to each parish, any of the areas mentioned in Standing Order 29, together with a book of reference thereto, has (subject to the previsions of Section 17 (7) of the Local Government Act 1894) been deposited with the officers respectively mentioned in that order parish clerks of each such parish in England, or, in the case of any extra parochial place, with the parish clerk of some parish immediately adjoining thereto, with the clerk of the parish council of each such parish in Scotland, and in Royal Burghs with the town clerk, and with the clerk of the union within which each such parish in Ireland is included, in which such alternation is intended to be made, and in the case of any place within the limits of the metropolis as defined by the Metropolis Management Act 1855, and the Acts amending the same, with the clerk of the vestry or of the district board, as the case may be, two weeks previously to the introduction of the Bill into this House; and that the intention to make such alteration has been published previously to the introduction of the Bill into this House in the London, Edinburgh or Dublin Gazette, as the case may be, and for two successive weeks in some one and the same newspaper of the county in which such alteration is situate, or if there be no such paper printed therein, then in the newspaper of some county adjoining thereto; and that application in writing, as nearly as may be set forth in the Appendix marked (A.), was made to the owners or reputed owners, lessees or reputed lessees, or in their absence from the United Kingdom, to their agents respectively, and to the occupiers of land through which any such alteration is intended to be made; and the consent of such owners or reputed owners, lesses or reputed lessees, and occupiers, to the making of such alteration, shall be proved before the Examiner. Compliance with this Order shall not be necessary in the case of alterations made on petition for additional provision in the House of Commons.
§ New Standing Order 99a:
§ Order in which Bills are to be considered.
§ 99a. Every Select Committee shall take the Bill or Bills first into consideration which shall have been named by the Committee of selection, and may from time to time appoint the day on which they will enter upon the consideration of each of the remaining Bills without reporting to the House any adjournment of the Committee caused thereby.