The Meeting was duly summoned and constituted to make a special order creating by-laws for the Borough.
Present: The Mayor (Mr B.R. Gardner)
Crs. Hall, Hankins, Hudson, Levy and Ryder
Moved by the Mayor and seconded by Cr. Levy and carried unanimously “That in pursuance of the powers and provisions contained in ‘The Municipal Corporations Act 1900’ and the amendments thereof, and ‘The Public Health Act 1900’ and the amendments thereof, and in pursuance of all other powers and provisions contained or implied in any statute or ordinance enabling the local authority in that behalf the Levin Borough Council do now by this Special Order make and create by-laws for the Borough of Levin which shall come into force on and after the 1st day of October 1906, and shall continue in force thereafter until altered or revoked by the said Council, the subject matter of the said by-laws being as follows:
Part 1 Interpretations
Part 2 Penalties
Part 3 Standing Orders
Part 4 In respect of streets
Good rule and Govt of the Borough
Storage of dangerous goods
Part 5 Sanitary and Public Health
Part 6 Building Regulations
Part 7 Licensed Carriages etc.
Part 8 Nuisances
Part 9 Buildings for Public Meetings
Part 10 Lodging Houses
Part 11 Pedlars and Hawkers
Part 12 Heavy Traffic
Part 13 Miscellaneous
And the Council further resolves that public notice relating to this Special
Order be given in compliance with Sections 73 and 407 of ‘The Municipal Corporations Act 1900’ and also that this Special Order be confirmed at a special meeting of the Council to be held on Thursday the 20th September 1906 at 8 o’clock pm.