Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volume 11

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1868 - Great Britain
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Page 161 - Peel, the bill was read a second time in the house of commons, on June 15, without a division.
Page 51 - Act, 1845," with respect to the settlement of disputes by arbitration, shall be incorporated with this Act ; and in the construction of such provisions this Act shall be deemed to be the special Act, and
Page 127 - ... determined by an engineer or other fit person nominated as referee by the Board of Trade on the application of either party, and the expenses of the reference to be borne and paid as the referee directs.
Page 234 - Whereas the railway companies in the United Kingdom are for the most part either themselves owners of telegraphs which are used for the conveyance of public messages, and which are also essential for the safe conduct of the traffic on their respective undertakings, or they have contracts for various terms of years with telegraph companies, whose telegraphic apparatus is placed in the stations and along the railways and canals of the railway companies, by which contracts provision is made with respect...
Page 193 - ... to the House of Correction, there to be kept to hard labour for any time not exceeding three calendar months...
Page 106 - ... and on behalf of Her Majesty, and to be used for Her Majesty's service, and, subject thereto, for such ordinary service as may seem fit; or may direct and authorize such persons as he thinks fit to assume the control of the transmission of messages by the company's telegraphs, either wholly or partly, and in such manner as he directs. Any such warrant shall not have effect for a longer time than one week from the issuing thereof; but the Secretary of State may issue successive warrants from week...
Page 47 - The Chapel of every School to which this Act applies shall be deemed to be a Chapel dedicated and allowed by the Ecclesiastical Law of this Realm for the Performance of Public Worship and the Administration of the Sacraments according to the Liturgy of the Church of England, and to be free from the Jurisdiction or Control of the Incumbent of the Parish in which such Chapel is situate.
Page 21 - ... free of charge in efficient working order, so that the railway company may be in, a position at once to take up and carry on their own telegraph work on their own system, and thereafter the said posts, wires, instruments, and other telegraphic apparatus shall be maintained and worked by the railway company...
Page 41 - General shall, as herein provided, have a perpetual right of way for his poles and wires over the whole of the railway company's system, and in consideration thereof he shall pay to the railway company such sum per mile per wire over the whole of the said system, by way of yearly rent, as shall be determined by agreement between the parties, or failing agreement, as shall be fixed by arbitration : The arbitrator, in determining the amounts to be paid to the railway company under this Act, shall have...
Page 47 - Alteration, in the same Manner as Statutes made by a Governing Body : Provided, firstly, that any Scheme made under this Section before the Expiration of the Powers by this Act conferred on the Special Commissioners shall be approved of by them before being laid before Her Majesty in Council ; secondly...

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