Municipal Government in Great Britain

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Century, 1895 - Municipal government - 385 pages
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Page 342 - ... shall be liable to imprisonment for any term not exceeding six months, with or without hard labour.
Page 339 - Where an equality of votes is found to exist between any candidates at...
Page 333 - Any person who, being above the age of sixty-five years or having within five years before the day of his election either served the office or paid the fine for non-acceptance thereof, claims exemption within five days after notice of his election.
Page 330 - A member of the council shall not vote or take part in the discussion of any matter before the council or a committee in which he has, directly or indirectly, by himself or his partner, any pecuniary interest.
Page 340 - ... a voting paper containing the surnames and other names and places of abode and descriptions of the persons for whom he votes.
Page 326 - Has directly or indirectly, by himself or his partner, any share or interest in any contract or employment with, by, or on behalf of the council...
Page 354 - ... to consider the proper conditions under which the amalgamation of the City and county of London can be effected, and to make specific and practical proposals for that purpose.
Page 345 - ... it may be presented at any time within twentyeight days after the date of the alleged payment or promise, whether or not any other petition against that person has been previously presented or tried.
Page 326 - Provided, that every person shall be qualified to be elected and to be a councillor, who is, at the time of election, qualified to elect to the office of councillor ; which last-mentioned qualification for being elected shall be alternative for and shall not repeal or take away any other qualification.
Page 326 - Any agreement for the loan of money, or any security for the payment of money only; or (c) Any newspaper in which any advertisement relating to the affairs of the borough or council is inserted ; or (d) Any company which contracts with the council for lighting or supplying with water or insuring against fire any part of the borough; or (e) Any railway company, or other company incorporated by act of Parliament or royal charter, or under the Companies

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