§ "3. For the purpose of the byelaws under this Act, and of such byelaws under the Metropolis Management Acts as are referred
|Session and Chapter.||Short Title.||Extent of Transfer of Byelaws.|
|18 & 19 Vict. c. 120||Metropolis Management Act, 1855||Section 138 of the Act of 1855 and section 83 of the Act of 1862. Byelaws for the guidance, direction, and control of vestries and district boards and all other persons in relation to the levels, dimensions, construction, alteration, maintenance, ventilation, and cleansing of sewers, and for securing the proper connection and intercommunication of the sewers of the several parishes and districts, and their communications with the main sewers vested in the London County Council, and generally for the guidance, direction, and control of vestries and district boards in the exercise of their powers and duties in relation to sewerage.|
|25 & 26 Vict. c. 102||Metropolis Management Amendment Act, 1862|
|18 & 19 Vict. c. 120||Metropolis Manage-Act, 1855||Section 202. Byelaws for regulating the material of the pavement and roadway of new streets and roads, and the dimensions, form, and mode of construction, and the keeping, cleansing, and repairing of the pipes, drains, and other means of communicating with sewers and the traps and apparatus connected there with.|
§ Question put. Motion agreed to. Bill re-committed to the Standing Committee: and to be printed as amended. (No. 14.)760
§ to in the Schedule to this Act, section 202 of the Metropolis Management Act, 1855, shall be read and have effect as if the Local Government Board were therein mentioned instead of one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State."—(Lord Monkswell.)
My Lords, this Clause was put in by the Standing Committee. I am not in the least concerned with the clause, but I am given to understand that it is one which has recommended itself to the Home Office and the Local Government Board. The Question at issue is, whether the Home Office or the Local Government Board should sanction these byelaws. I move that this clause be inserted.
That this Clause he here inserted.
§ Motion agreed to.
§ Motion made and Question proposed—
§ "At the end of the Bill insert the following schedule:
§ House adjourned at forty minutes after Four of the clock, to Thursday next, at half-past Ten of the clock.