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PORTERS' FARES.
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42. The following weights of luggage will be
allowed free of charge : — (a) When one or two per-
sons are conveyed, 112 lbs. ; (&) when three persons,
84 lbs. ; (c) when four persons, 56 lbs. When the
weight of luggage exceeds the respective weights to
the number of persons specified above, the Driver
will be entitled to make a charge not exceeding
Sixpence. No Driver shall be compelled to carry in
or upon a Hackney Carriage a greater weight of
luggage than 112 lbs. The Driver to assist in load-
ing and unloading in all cases when required, with-
out any extra charge.
43. From twelve at night till six morning, double
fare will be exigible.
44. On Sunday fare-and-a-half will be exigible
between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m, and doable
fare during any other part of said day.
45. No charge for Drivers.
Fare may he witliheld.
46. Any party shall be entitled to withhold pay-
ment of the fare: —
1st. When the name and number are not painted
outside the Carriage, or when there is no plate inside,
in terms of Article Fourth of these Bye-laws.
2nd. When the Bye-laws and Table of Fares are
not shown on demand. And,
3rd. When an overcharge is made.
PENALTIES.
47. Any person contravening any one of these Bye-
laws, shall be liable in a penalty not exceeding 40s.
Signed by us, two of the Members of the Magis-
trates' Committee of " The Board of Police of
Glasgow," in terms of " The Glasgow Police
Act, 1866."
JAS. WATSON, Lord Provost.
A. G. MACDONALD, Magistrate.
Glasgow, \Uh February, 1873. — Approved of
and confirmed in terms of the Statute.
HENRY GLASSFORD BELL,
Sheriff of Lanarhshire.
TABLE OF FARES FOR CITY PORTERS.
For attending the Police Court as a Witness,
for the first hour, . . . . .10
For every other hour, . . . . .08
For carrying a letter or parcel, not exceeding
14 lbs., any distance not more than \ of
a mile, 3
And for every additional ^ of a mile, . .01
A parcel, or parcels, exceeding 14 Ib.s., and
not exceeding 56 lbs., any distance not
more than ^ of a mile 5
And for every additional 5- of a mile, . 3
Any load on a barrow or hurley, exceeding
112 lbs., and not exceeding 336 lbs., not
more than a J of a mile, . . . .07
For every additional J of a mile, . . .04
And when detained more than J of an hour
at loading or unloading, for every additional
^ of an hour, . . . , .02
One-half more to be charged after eight
o'clock evening, in the winter season,
and ten o'clock in the summer.
A back load to or from any shop or warehouse
on the ground floor, to or from any cart on
the street, not exceeding 20 yards, . .02
'f more than one, for each additional load, . 1
A back load up any close more than 20 yards,
A back load up or down stairs, for every stair,
or two half stairs, ....
If more than one, for every additional stair,
Assisiinff at removings, when a considerable
time is consumed: —
For the first hour, ....
For every other hour, ....
For every hurley load of furniture, not ex
ceeding :J of a mile,
Every other ^ of a mile,
Beating carpets, for each | of an hour, or part
thereof," each Porter, for the first hour,
For every additional ^ of an hour.
Assisting at loading or unloading carts, weigh-
ing goods, cj-c, not included in the above
fares : —
For the first hour,
For every other hour, .
Watching during the night — for the first two
hours or part thereof,
For every other hour, .
Acting generally as a Porter
day of 10 hours.
And for a week.
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TABLE OF RATES
No. 1. — Kitchen Vents. s.
Sweeping Kitchen Vents on ground floor, . 1
Do.
Do.
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on first fiat,
on second flat and
upwards, . .
Additional, if with Smoke-jack, Hot-plate,
and Oven, ...... 1
Cleaning Vent and Flues of washing-house
boilers, ....... 2
No. 2. — Room Vbnts.
Sweeping Room Vents, with Register or Kin-
naird Grates, on ground floor, , . . 1
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FOR CHBINEY-SWEEPERS,
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3 On first floor,
11 On second floor and upwards.
Houses of one or two apartments in any part
of a building, . . . . .06
No. 3. — Shops, Banks, Warehouses, and
Public Offices.
Sweeping each Vent, on ground flat, . .13
Do. do. on first flat, . .10
Do. do. on second flat and upwards, 8
No. 4. — Foul Chimneys.
Extinguishing and Sweeping a Foul Chimney, 3

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