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The following places are appointed Public Stands
by the Magistrates and Council of Glasgow, in terms
of "The Glasgow Police Act, 1866," under reserva-
tion of all rights of private or leasehold property,
viz. : —
North British Eailway Terminus ; St. Vincent
Place ; Front of Royal Exchange ; South Side of
George Square, East Side, and North Side of the
Square, North Side of Cochran Street. No Cabs
permitted to stand on the West Side of George Square
and those on the North Side of the Square and in
Cochran street are only allowed to stand from 6 a.m.
to 11 p.m.
Caledonian -Eailway, Buchanan Street, and cen-
tre of Port-Dundas Road.
Govanhill Street from Cathcart Road ; Albert Rd.
from Victoria Road ; Langside Road from Albert Ed.
to Queen's Drive ; Langside Road at Battlefield
Memorial ; Pollokshaws Road south-west from Shaw-
lands Cross; Nithsdale Road at Strathbungo Railway
Station; Ea?t PoUokshields, Bellahouston, and Canal
Station, Shields Road.
Railway Station, Clyde Place ; East of Com-
merce Street, and Commerce Street.
The Gorbals Railway Station ; Oatlands Sq. ; Upper
Main Street at Cmnberland Street; Cumberland
Street from JIain Street to Surrey Street ; Pollok-
shaws Road, South of Eiitrance to the Old Station ;
Rutherg'ea Road from Main Street ; and Hospital
Street from Rutherglen Road.
Kinning Place, near Paisley Road, and centre
of Houston Street from Kinning Place.
BroomieU'.w, Upper WTiarf from Robertson Street
to York Street; and in centre of York Street.
Centre of Finnieston Street, South end.
St. Enoch Square, including Dixon Street, Great
Clyde Street, and Dunlop Street ; also, Union Rail-
way Station Entrance from Dunlop Street.
The Caledonian Railway Station, Gordon Street
and Hope Street ; and St. Vincent Street, from Hope
Street to Renfield Street.
East Side of Cambridge Street, from Sauchie-
hall Street to Renfrew Street ; West Campbell Street,
from Bath Street to West George Street ; centre of
St. Vincent Street opposite No. 250; Woodside Cres.
from Sauchiehall Street: North Street from Bath
Street ; Kent Road from North Street ; and Cleveland
Street from Kent Road.
Centre of Berkeley Street; East End, centre of
North Street, from Berkeley Street to Sauchiehall
Street and Newton Street.
Centre of Pitt Street, from Argyle Street to
Cadogan Street ; Anderston Qoay, from Hydepark
Street ; and Minerva Street, from Finnieston Street.
Dumbarton Road, opposite Kelvingrove Street.
South Side of Great Western Road at Park
Road, at centre of Park Road at St. Silas' Church.
Centre of St. George's Road North of New
City Road; West Graham St., from Cambridge St.
Normal School, New City Road, Garscube Road,
and Monkland Street.
Centre of College Street, from High Street to
Shuttle Street, and Cathedral Square.
Centre of Wilson Street, from Glsissford Street
to Brunswick Street, and centre of Glassford Street
near Argyle Street.
South Side of London Street, from Eailway Bridge
Centre of Bellgrove Street near Railway Station.
Whitevale Street, upon the West Side, from the
U. P. Church Southwards to the Railway Bridge,
Bridgeton Cross, on the East Side.
West Side of Graham Square, off GaUnwgate.
North Side of Adelphi St., East of Albert Bridge.
Great Western Road, Billhead, Blytbswood Drive,
Otago Street, Colebrooke Street, Hamilton Drive, Bank
Street, University Avenue. Kirklee Road, Hyndlarul
Road, and Kelvin Drive; Maryhill Station, VVyndford
Street, Maryhill; Bardowie Street from Saracen St.,
Possilpark ; Wellfield Street from Springburn Road ;
Whitehill Street from Onslow Drive.
The number of carriages at each of the stands, and
the spaces to be occupied, shall be fixed from time
to time, as may be found necessary.
No. 1. — Kitchen Vents. s. d.
Sweeping Kitchen Vents on ground floor, . 1 3
Do. do. on first flat;, . .0 11
Do. do. on second flat and
upwards, . . 8
Additional, if with Smoke-jack, Hot-plate,
and Oven, . . . . . .13
Cleaning Vents and Flues of Washing-house
Boilers, . . . . . . .26
No. 2. — Room Vent^.
Sweeping Room Vents, with Eegister or Kin-
naird Grates, on ground floor, . . .13
On first floor, 10
On second floor and upwards, . .08
Houses of one or two apartments in any part
of a building, 6
No. 3. — Shops, Banks, Warehouses, and
Public Offices.
Sweeping each Vent, on ground flat.
1 3
s. d.
Sweeping each Vent on first flat . . .10
Do. do. on second flat and upwards, 8
No. 4. — Foul Chimneys.
Extinguishing and Sweeping a Foul Chimney, 3
No. 5.^ExTRA Work.
For the first hour, . , . . .16
Each hour thereafter, . . . . .10
In order to prevent, as much as possible, chimneys
taking fire, the Magistrates recommend to the in-
habitants to get theu' chimneys swept every six weeks,
and not to employ or admit to their houses, or to the
roof thereof, any chimney-sweeper not having a badge,
or who refuses to produce the same when demanded.
The Magistrates also recommend to the inhabitants
to keep the hatchway, or other access to the roof of
their houses, properly secured, and not to intrust the
key to any chimney-sweeper who has not a badge, in
order to prevent theft and destruction to property.'

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