In section 16 of the Railway Regulation Act 1840 (obstructing officers or trespassing upon railway), for “one month”, there is substituted “51 weeks”.
In section 12 of the Licensing Act 1872 (penalty for being found drunk), for “one month” there is substituted “51 weeks”.
In section 5 of the Regulation of Railways Act 1889 (avoiding payment of fares, etc), in subsection (3), for “three months” there is substituted “51 weeks”.
In section 2 of the Witnesses (Public Inquiries) Protection Act 1892 (persons obstructing or intimidating witnesses), for “three months” there is substituted “51 weeks”.
In section 2 of the Licensing Act 1902 (penalty for being drunk while in charge of a child), in subsection (1), for “one month” there is substituted “51 weeks”.
In section 2 of the Emergency Powers Act 1920 (emergency regulations), in subsection (3), for “three months” there is substituted “51 weeks”.
In section 1 of the Judicial Proceedings (Regulation of Reports) Act 1926 (restriction on publication of reports of judicial proceedings), in subsection (2), for “four months” there is substituted “51 weeks”.
In section 7 of the Public Order Act 1936 (enforcement),
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