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CATTLE IN THE METROPOLIS.

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CATTLE IN THE METROPOLIS. An Order in Council was published in. the London Gazette, on Friday night, providing that after the 23rd inst. cattle may be brought to the Islington market only with a licence from either the Metropolitan or the City Commissioner of Police. Whoever brings such cattle must deliver his licence so to do to the officer of the said market appointed by the proper authority to receive the same. The licence will be numbered, retained, and carefully preserved by such officer. Cattle exposed for sale, or sold, can only be moved out of the market with a pass to be given by the officer who has received and retained the police licence. This pass will be issued to either the owner or purchaser, and no proprietor of any slaughter-house within the limits of the metropolis or the City proper may receive for slaughter any cattle thatt,have been exposed or sold in the market without such pass properly filled in. Every Saturday the pro- prietors of slaughter-houses must deliver all the passes they have thus received during the week each to the chief officer in charge of the police-station of the district in which his slaughter-house is situate. A similar course is prescribed in regard to all cattle received for slaughter that have been brought to the metropolis under licences granted otherwise than by virtue of the order published on Friday night. Such licences must be given up to the slaughter-house proprietor, and be by him delivered at the police-station.

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