Bye-laws for the protection, preservation & regulation of the fisheries
(London). Thames Conservancy. (1948). 17 p.

Bye-laws for the regulation and management of the district libraries in Glasgow made by the Corporation on 20th March,1969, when authority was given for the signing and sealing of the bye-laws
Glasgow. the Corporation. 1969. 4p.

Byelaws for the regulation, control and protection of the Clyde Tunnel and of persons using the same and for the management, regulation, direction and control of traffic using the tunnel
Glasgow. Strathclyde Regional Council. 1981. 3leaves.

Bye-Laws for the regulation of carriages using the Belfast street tramways
Belfast (Royal Avenue). Printed by W. & G. Baird. 1896. 7p.

Bye-laws for the regulation of hackney carriages and the drivers thereof in the Royal Burgh of Inverness and provisions of the Burgh Police (Scotland) Act, 1892 relative thereto
Inverness. printed at the "Northern Chronicle" Office. [1906]. 30p.

Bye-laws for the regulation of hackney carriages & cabs in Inverness, and Provisions of the General Police and Improvement (Scotland) Act, 1862, thereanent, &c
Inverness. printed at the Advertiser Office. 1875. 23p.

Bye-laws ... for the regulation of the enclosed ground of St. Paul's Churchyard
London. (The Corporation). 1909. 7 p.

Bye laws for the regulation of the harbour of Conway made by the mayor, aldermen, and burgesses of the Borough of Conway, acting by the Council in pursuance of Section 25 of the Conway Harbour Order, 1878, and the Acts incorporated therewith
Borough of Conway Town Clerk's Office. [1939]. [8p.].

Bye-laws for the Victoria Public Park and Ness Islands
Inverness. Printed by the "Times". 1903. 1 facsim.

Bye-laws in respect of pleasure grounds and open spaces
Liverpool. City Council. 1993.

Byelaws - London Borough of Camden
London. London Borough of Camden.

Bye-laws made 20th February 1951 to 27th May 1952
London. London County Council. [1952?].

Bye-laws, made and established by the Court of Directors of the River Boyne Company. 1800
Evans, Charles
Drogheda. printed by Charles Evans. [1800]. 33,[1]p. : 8vo.

Bye-laws, made and established by the Undertakdrs [sic] of the Grand Canal, 25th. day of November (1783.)
[Dublin?]. [1783]. 43,[1]p. : 8vo.

Bye-laws, made and ordained by the Local Board of Health, of the District of Balsall Heath, pursuant to the Public Health Act, 1848, (11 and 12 Vic. cap. 63.): allowed by Sir George Grey, one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State
Grey, George
Birmingham. J.J. Poole. 1848. 45 p.

Bye-laws made and ordained by the town council and local board of the district of the Boroughof Kidderminster
Kidderminster. P. & G.K. Parry. 1870. 57p.

Byelaws made by Ballyclare Urban District Council with respect to new streets and buildings in theUrban District of Ballyclare
Ballyclare. David Cameron, printer. 1935. 48p.

Byelaws made by Ballyclare Urban District Council with respect to Prevention of nuisances arising from snow, filth, dust, ashes, and rubbish, regulations of keeping of animals on any premises
Ballyclare. David Cameron, printer. 1906. 7p.

Byelaws made by the board on 21st July, 1950: for the purpose of preventing the waste, undue consumption, misuse or contamination of water, together with a certificate of confirmation of the Minister of health, dated 14th September, 1950
London. The Board. 1953. 25 p.

Bye-laws made by the Central Board of Health under section XIX of the Health Law, 1910 (Law 35 of 1910): Precautions to be taken in the case of infective diseases
[Jamaica. s.n. 1911]. [5]p.

Byelaws made by the commissioners of the town of Ballymena regarding the laying out of new streets and the building of new houses, &c
Ballymena. Wm. Erwin & CO. Printers. [1896]. 1 portfolio.

Bye-laws made by the Council of the Borough of Larne with respect to Buildings in the said Borough under the Public Health Acts (Northern Ireland), 1878 to 1949, the Planning and Housing Act (Northern Ireland), 1931
[Larne]. [The Council]. 1831. 1 v.

Byelaws made by the former Borough of Sutton Coldfield: [and] City of Birmingham list of byelaws in chronological order
Birmingham. the Directorate. [1989].

Bye-laws made by the improvement commissioners for the District of Oundle acting as the Urban Sanitary Authority, in pursuance of the Public Health Act, 1875
London. Shaw & Sons (printer). 1889. 82p.

Bye-laws made by the Larne Urban Distric Council for the regulation of the water supply in the urban district of Larne, in pursuance of the Public Health (Ireland) Act, 1896
[Larne]. [The Council]. 1896. 27p.

Byelaws made by the Local Board for the District of Kingsthorpe acting as the Urban Sanitary Authority
Northampton. Lea & Co. (printer). 1894. 69p.

Byelaws made by the Lord Mayor Alderman and Burgesses of the city of Bristol, acting by the Council, under and in pursuance of "The Clifton and Durdham Downs (Bristol) Act, 1861"
[Bristol]. [City and County of Bristol]. 1950. 2 sheets.

Byelaws made by the mayor, alderman, and burgesses of the Borough of Hornsey acting by the council, with respect tonew streets and buildings in the Borough of Hornsey, Middlesex
Borough of Hornsey. (1932?). 106p.

Bye laws made by the mayor, aldermen, and burgesses of the Borough of Conway, acting by the Council as the urban sanitary authority within the Borough of Conway, with respect to hackney carriages
Conway. R. E. Jones. [19--?]. 15p.

Bye-laws made by the mayor, aldermen and burgesses of the Borough of Conway under section 3 of the Public Librares Act, 1901 for the rule and regulation of Conway Borough Library
Conway. Borough of Conway. [19--?]. 8p.

Byelaws made by the mayor, aldermen and burgesses of the Borough of Hornsey, acting by the council, with respect tonew streets and buildings in the Borough of Hornsey
Borough of Hornsey. 1877. 89p.

Byelaws made by the mayor, aldermen and burgesses of the Borough of Kidderminster...with respect to new streets & buildings and with respect to pleasure grounds
Kidderminster. Kidderminster Borough Council. 60p.

Byelaws made by the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Sutton Coldfield acting by the Council, with respect to new streets and buildings in the Borough of Sutton Coldfield
Sutton Coldfield. printed by W.F. Woodcock & Sons. [1927].

Byelaws made by the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the Borough of Sutton Coldfield, acting by the Council, with respect to new streets and buildings, in the Borough of Sutton Coldfield
London. Knight & Co. 1901.

Byelaws made by the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Wood Green, acting by the council, with respect to nuisances in the Borough of Wood Green
Borough of Wood Green. 1935. 3p.

Byelaws made by the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Wood Green, acting by the council, with respect to slaughter-houses in the Borough of Wood Green
Borough of Wood Green. 1935. 8p.

Byelaws made by the Metropolitan Water Board
London. MWB. 1965.

Byelaws made by the town council of the Borough of Tottenham with respect to houses which are occupied or are of atype suitable for occupation by the persons of the working classes. (Repealing the byelaws of 1931)
Borough of Tottenham. 1937. 6p.

Byelaws made by the town council of the Borough of Tottenham with respect to new streets
Borough of Tottenham. 1940. 20p.

Byelaws made by the town council of the Borough of Tottenham with respect to refuse collection
Borough ofTottenham. 1938. 5p.

Byelaws made by the town council of the Borough of Tottenham with respect to removal of offensive matter
Borough of Tottenham. 1938. 5p.

Byelaws made by the town council of the Borough of Tottenham with respect to slaughter-houses
Borough of Tottenham. 1939. 15p.

Byelaws made by the town council of the Borough of Tottenham with respect to the removal of house refuse
Borough of Tottenham. 1953. (3p.).

Byelaws made by the town council with respect to petroleum filling stations
Borough of Tottenham. 1937. 8p.

Bye-Laws made by the town council with respect to the water supply
Inverness. Carruthers & Sons. 1912. 1 facsim (16p.).

Byelaws made by the Urban District Council of Hornsey with respect to new streets and buildings in the UrbanDistrict of Hornsey, Middlesex
Hornsey. Urban District Council. 1901. 88p.

Bye-laws made by the Urban District Council of Malvern with respect to hackney carriages
Malvern. M.U.C.D. 1906.

Bye-laws made by the Urban District Council of Whitehead Co. Antrim for the regulation of water supplied by the Council or under the control of the Council
[Whitehead]. [The Council]. 1956. 80p.

Byelaws made by the urban district council of Wood Green with respect to houses intended or used for occupation by the working classes and let in lodgings or occupied by members of more than one family in the urban district of Wood Green
Borough of Wood Green. 1931. 5p.

Byelaws made under section 15 of the Food and Drugs Act 1938 for securing the observance of sanitary and cleanly practices and conditions in connection with the handling, wrapping and delivery of food and sale of food in the open air
Borough of Tottenham. 1950. 8p.

Byelaws made under section 164 of the Public Health Act, 1875, in relation to the flying of power-driven model aircraft in the pleasure grounds in the borough
Borough of Tottenham. 1955. 3p.

Byelaws made under section 164 of the Public Health Act, 1875, with respect to certain pleasure grounds in the borough
Borough of Tottenham. 1955. 9p.

Byelaws made under Section 19 of the Public Libraries and Museums Act, 1964
(London. The Corporation. 1966). (3) p.

Byelaws made under Section 3 of the Public Libraries Act, 1901 and Regulations under Public Libraries Acts 1892 to 1919
Sutton Coldfield. Borough of Sutton Coldfield. 1936.

Byelaws made under section 3 of the Public Libraries Act, 1901, by the mayor, aldermen and burgesses of the Borough of Tottenham in the County of Middlesex, acting by the council of the said borough ... relating to all the libraries and Museums for the time being under their control
Borough of Tottenham. 1956. 15p.

Bye-laws, objects and standing orders - Building Surveyors' and Inspectors' Association
[S.l.]. Building Surveyors' and Inspectors' Association.

Bye-laws (of 1888 for) West Ham Park
London. Printed by Skipper. 1898. 10 p.

Byelaws of local authorities
Schofield, A. Norman
London. Butterworth. 1939. lix,367p.

The bye-laws of the Ark Masonic Lodge, no. X. (etc.)
Belfast. 1885. 45 p.

The Bye Laws of the Association incorporated by Act of Parliament, A.D. 1800. for Discountenancing Vice, and Promoting the Knowledge and Practice of the Christian Religion
Dublin. Printed for William Watson and Son, Printers to the Association, No. 7, Capel-Street. 1801. 14 p.

The Bye Laws of the Association incorporated by Act of Parliament, A.D. 1800 for Discountenencing Vice, and Promoting the Knowledge and Practice of the Christian Religion
Dublin. Printed for Willaim Watson and Son, Printers to the Association, No. 7, Capel-Street. 1801. 14 p.

Bye-laws of the Bristol Sanitary Authority for the Regulation of common lodging-houses
Bristol. Bennett Bros. 1902. 16p.

Bye-laws of the British Society for the Study of Orthodontics
London. S.W. Easton & Son. 1910.

[Bye-laws of the City relating to acupuncturists]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to animal diseases]
Birmingham. Council.

[Bye-laws of the City relating to animal feeding]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to Birmingham Airport]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to building]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to cabmen]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to cemetries and burial grounds]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to Common Lodging houses]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to control of overhead wiresand apparatus used in connection with wireless installations]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to disorderly behaviour on school premises]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to ear piercing and electrolysis]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to employment of children and Street trading of persons under eighteen]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to fire]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to food]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to good rule and government]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to Hackney carriages]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to Housing]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to land drainage]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to Libraries]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to lights on vehicles]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to locomotives]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to markets and fairs]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to new streets, courts and buildings]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to nuisances]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to nursing homes]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to offensive trades]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to parking place attendants]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to parks, public walks and places of public resort or recreation]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to Personal weighing machines]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to porters, carriers and drovers]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to preventing waste, undue consumption, misuse or contamination of water]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to private lodging houses]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to public baths]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to registries for female domestic servants]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to regulation of traffic and preventing obstruction inthe streets]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to sale of wood fuel]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to slaughterhouses and knackers' yards]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to smoke abatement]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to spitting]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the city relating to street advertisements]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to swimming baths and bathing pools]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to tattooists]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to the police]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to the sale of coal]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the City relating to Tramways, Omnibuses and other Carriages]
Birmingham. [Council].

[Bye-laws of the city relating to waste disposal]
Birmingham. [Council].

The bye-laws of the Court of Directors of the East London Water-Works
London. printed by T.Bayley. 1808. 13 p.

Bye-laws of the Dalaradia Preceptory, no. X., meeting at 16 Alfred Street, Belfast
(Belfast. 1887). 16 p.

Bye-laws of the Delhi Stock Exchange Association Ltd: enforced on 1st October, 1957 & 7th March, 1958 and as corrected up to 30th April, 1990
New Delhi. The Association. [1990].

Bye-laws of the Incorporation of Wrights: ... enacted ... on the 29th February, 1892, as the bye-laws of the said Incorporation
(Glasgow). (Incorporation of Wrights). (1892). 8p.

Bye laws of the Lodge of Fidelity, No. 652, Towcester, constituted the 28th day of August, 1837, under the authority of the United Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free, and Accepted Masons of England
Northampton. Printed by Bro. Freeman, Market Square. 1851.

Bye-laws ... of the Metropolitan Cattle Market and Public Slaughterhouses, Islington; with a table of tolls, &c
(London. Printed by Skipper. 1931). 20 p.

Bye-laws of the parish of Kingsthorpe
Northampton. Thomas Arlidge (printer). 1876. 19p.

Bye-laws of the Royal Arch Masonic Chapter X. connected with the ArkMasonic Lodge X., Alfred Street, Belfast: also, Bye-laws of the Mark Master Masons' Lodge X., (etc.)
Belfast. 1912. 30 p.

Bye-laws of the South London Entomological & Natural History Society (adopted at the a special general meeting of, October 22, 1891)
London. The Society. 1891. 8p.

Bye laws, orders, rules, and ordinances
London. 1783. 42 p.

Byelaws prohibiting consumption of alcoholic liquor in designated places
Glasgow. Glasgow District Council. 1996. [6] leaves.

Byelaws prohibiting the consumption of alcohol in public places
Glasgow. Glasgow District Council. 1996. [5] leaves.

Byelaws, Regulations and Provisions Relating to Streets and Buildings
Bristol. Bennett Brothers. 1909. 67p.

Byelaws, Regulations and Provisions Relating to Streets and Buildings
Bristol. Printed by Jeffries, Sons & Co. 1901. 62p.

Byelaws, regulations and standing orders
Hornsey U.D.C. 1880-1901. 295p.

Byelaws relating to Baths
Bristol. City and County of Bristol. 1971. [6p.].

Bye-laws relating to hackney carriages and omnibuses: horse-drawn and mechanically-propelled, with extracts from Acts of Parliament
[Manchester. The Council]. 1913.

Bye-laws relating to parking places for motor vehicles: (not forming parts of streets)
[Bristol]. [s.n.]. 1955. 12p.

Bye-laws relating to places of public resort: protection from fire ... under section 55 of the DublinCorporation Act, 1890, with respect to the requirements for the protection from fire of theatres and other places of public resort
Dublin. Warren. 1934. 48p.