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PUBLIC CONVEYANCES.
Rates of Propeety anb Income Tax per £ ox Incomes of £150 axb upwards up
TO 5th April, 1894.
(Abatement q/£120 on Incomes under £400 up to bih April, 1894.J
Year ending
5th April.
Under
Schedules
A,C,D,&E.
Under
Schedule B.
(Scotland.)
Year ending
5th April.
Under
Schedules
A,C,D,&E.
Under
Schedule B.
(Scotland.)
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
5d.
6id.
5(i.
6d.
8d.
8d.
7d.
If.
2fd.
l|d.
2^o<i.
3d.
3d.
2Jd.
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1 1895
6d.
6d.
6d.
6d.
6d.
7d.
8d.
2jd.
21d.
2id.
2id.
2|d.
2id.
od.
BYE-LAWS FOE THE REGULATION OF HACKITEY CAERIAGES AND THE
DEIVEES THEEEOF,
At Glasgow, the twenty-second day of October,
Eighteen hundred and ninety-one years, the Magis-
trates' Committee of "Police Commissioners, Glasgow,"
in virtue of the powers conferred on them by " The
Glasgow Police Act, 1866," hereby make and enact
the following Bye-laws for the Regulation of Hack-
ney Carriages, and the conduct of tlie Proprietors and
Drivers thereof, and ordain said Bye-laws to be
strictly observed and enforced from and after the
date of their being approved and confirmed by the
SheriiF of Lanarkshire, in terms of said Statute, and
until expressly altered.
Carriages not to he Licensed till Inspected.
No License shall be granted, or afterwards re-
newed, unless the Carriage, Horse, and Harness shall
have been examined by the Chief Constable, Inspec-
tor of Hackney Carriages, or other person appointed
by the Magistrates' Committee, and reported in
writing, to the Magistrates' Committee, to have all
the requisites and to be .in a fit state to be licensed.
No carriage will be licensed unless it be provided with
Lamps, and have Roof, Springs, Wheels, Cushions,
Linings, Panels, Doors, and Windows clean and in
good Repair, and the Steps of entry safe and conven-
ient, and that Skin, Rope, or Coir Mats, or other
matting equally comfortable, are provided for Passen-
gers' feet.
Owner''s Name to be Painted on Carriage.
The name of the Owner of each Carriage shall be
painted in a straight line on the outside of each door,
immediately under the window, in Roman Letters not
less than one inch in height, and of proportionate
breadth, in a colour conspicuously different from that of
the Carriage, and be continued legible during all the
time the Carriage shall ply or be used for hire.
Number of License to he painted or affixed
on Outside of Carrriage.
The number of the License for each Carriage shall
be painted on the Carriage, to be affixed on
the back, and to be distinctly visible from the
outside, and in figures not less than one inch in
height, and of proportionate breadth, and be kept
legible dm-ing all the time the Carriage shall ply or
•be used for hire.
Licenses to he numbered Consecutively and
Duplicate signed by the Registrar.
The Licenses shall be numbered consecutively. La
the order in which the same shall have been regis-
tered ; and each Owner, at the time of recei\'ing his
License, shall be furnished with a Duplicate of such
License, signed by the Registrar.
When Carriages cease to ply.
Whenever a Licensed Carriage ceases to ply, the
Proprietor thereof shall give intimation immediately
to the Registrar, Central Police Buildings, and shall
return the License to him, provided the repaii-s are
not finished within one week. Whenever a Licensed
Carriage is sold by the Proprietor in whose name the
License has been granted, or otherwise ceases to be
his property, the License will lapse and become null
and void.
Carriages to he in readiness.
The Owner of each Licensed Cai-riage shall have
the same ready for hire at one of the Public Stands
from Nine o'clock in the morning until Eleven o'clock
at night, unless when engaged. And when within ,
their respective yards, coach-houses, or stables, shall .]
turn out for hire as soon as practicable, or can be \
done without injury to his servants or horses, after ;
being called upon, between Eleven o'clock at night ;
and Nine in the morning. !
Can-iages let out for Hire at other places, or i
met with, if not engaged. ;i
All Carriages let out on any station or place for /'
hire shall be subject to the Stand Rules; as also
Carriages when met with if not at the time actually
engaged.
Carriages to take their places on Stands in the
order of their arrival.
All Carriages shall take their station on the
Street Stands in the order of their arrival, and at "
such distance from each other as that persons walk-
ing may conveniently pass between them ; and when
any Carriage shall be called or driven off any
Stand, the Carriage immediately behind shall draw
up to the place vacated, and any other Carriage be-
hind in the like order, and when a vacancy shall occur
at the lower end of the line, it may be taken up by
the first Can-iage from the next division of the Stand,

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