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county and borough police act 1856の例文

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  • The formation of county police forces was made compulsory by the County and Borough Police Act 1856.
  • Huntingdonshire and Peterborough didn't start their forces until 1857 by the County and Borough Police Act 1856.
  • The West Riding Constabulary had been originally set up in 1856, as required by the County and Borough Police Act 1856.
  • Following the passing of the County and Borough Police Act 1856, the Liberty of Peterborough Constabulary was formed the following year on 10th March 1857.
  • Following the passing of the County and Borough Police Act 1856, the Liberty of Peterborough Constabulary was formed the following year on 10 March 1857.
  • The Act was not compulsory, and constabularies were only established in 25 out of 55 counties by 1856, when the County and Borough Police Act 1856 made their provision mandatory.
  • In the provisions of the County and Borough Police Act 1856, the Weights and Measures Act 1878 and the Contagious Diseases ( Animals ) Act 1878, the Liberty of Peterborough, like that of the Isle of Ely, was in each instance treated as a separate county.