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a rule adopted by an organization in order to regulate its own affairs and the behavior of its members

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Cllr Philip Evans proposed the creation of the new byelaw and Cllr Bob Squire seconded the proposal.
Cllr Chris Hughes said the byelaw should help keep tabs on practitioners.
Cllr Glyn Jones wondered whether shops offering "fish pedicures," in which customers sit with their feet in a bowl of water so fish can nibble dry skin - would be covered by the new byelaw so the hygienic standard of water can be regulated.
Newcastle City Council has been asked to draw up a byelaw by Capital Shopping Centres, which runs the Eldon Square complex.
The authority believes the byelaw would be the first of the kind in the country.