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(St. R. & O. Revised to December 31, 1903).
PROVISIONAL ORDER, SCOTLAND.
GENERAL ORDERS FOR THE REGULATION OF PROCEEDINGS UNDER
AND IN PURSUANCE OF THE PRIVATE LEGISLATION PROCE-
DURE (SCOTLAND) ACT, 1899, MADE MAY 28, 1900, BY THE
CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS AND
THE CHAIRMAN OF WAYS AND MEANS IN THE HOUSE OF
COMMONS ACTING JOINTLY WITH THE SECRETARY FOR
1900 No. 582 as amended by 1900 No. 937, 1901 Nos. 186,311
Table of Contents.
4. Form of Plans, Books of Reference, Sections and
5. Estimates, Deposits of Money and Declarations
6. Consents of Proprietors and Members of Companies
III. Proceedings of and in relation to the Examiners
Houses of the Labouring Classes
The orders are here reprinted as amended as provided by Order 147.
The Treasury Orders as to the Collection and Disposal of Fees form
The General Orders as here reprinted are those made in May 28th, 1900
The following table shows in column 1 the General Orders under the Pro-
cedure Act from No. 69 onward, and in columns 2 and 3 the corresponding
Standing Orders (if any) of the House of Lords and House of Commons
respectively. From No. 1 to No. 68 the General Orders and Standing Orders
correspond, but there are no General Orders corresponding to Standing
Orders Nos. 8, 28, 34, 39, 60 and 67, and these numbers have consequently
been omitted from the series. From No. 69 onwards the number of the
corresponding Standing Order is quoted in the margin of the text follow-
GENERAL ORDERS FOR THE REGULATION OF PROCEEDINGS UNDER AND IN PURSUANCE OF THE PRIVATE LEGISLATION PROCEDURE (SCOTLAND) ACT, 1899 (62 & 63 VICT., CAP. 47, SEC. 15).
The Two Classes of Provisional Orders.
divided into two Class: es.
1. For the purposes of these General Orders all Provisional Provisional Orders under the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1899, to which the General Orders are applicable shall be divided into the two following Classes, according to the subjects to which they respectively relate:
Arbitration in respect of the Affairs of any Company,
Burial Ground, Making, Maintaining, or Altering.
City or Burgh, Paving, Lighting, Watching, Cleansing,
Company, Incorporating, Regulating, or giving Powers to.
County Buildings, Court House.
Crown, Church, or Corporation Property, or Property
Ferry, where no work is to be executed.
Fishery, Making, Maintaining, or Improving.
Gaol or House of Correction.
Improvement charge, unless proposed in connection with
Land, Inclosing, Draining, or Improving.
Local Court, constituting.
Market or Market-place, Erecting, Improving, Repairing,
Poor, Maintaining or Employing.
Powers to sue and be sued, conferring.
1ST CLASS continued.
Stipendiary Magistrate, or any Public Officer, Payment of.
Continuing or amending an Act passed, or Order confirmed, for any of the purposes included in this or the Second Class, where no further work than such as was authorised by a former Act or Order is proposed to be made.
2ND CLASS :
Making, Maintaining, Varying, Extending, or Enlarging
Drainage where it is
Ferry, where any work
is to be executed. Harbour.
Public Carriage Road.
If the promoters of any Provisional Order under the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1899, shall be of opinion that the proposed Provisional Order does not fall within either the first or the second class of Provisional Orders aforesaid, they shall inform the Secretary for Scotland to that effect, and if the Secretary for Scotland concurs in their opinion, shall give the like notices and take the like action in regard to the preparation of the draft Provisional Order, and otherwise, as nearly as may be, as if the draft Provisional Order were a Private Bill; provided that in such case the Petition and draft Order shall be lodged, and dissent from and objections to the draft Order shall be stated, as prescribed by General Orders in cases to which such Orders are applicable.
2. The Examiners for the purpose of these General Orders for purposes shall be those assigned for such purpose under the direction of the Chairman of Committees of the House of Lords and the Chairman of Ways and Means in the House of Commons, acting in terms of the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1899.