§ SIR EDWARD WATKIN
moved for leave to bring in a Bill to provide for Compensation to Workpeople engaged in common employment in cases of injury by accidents when employed.
§ MR. MORGAN LLOYD
said, that this was a subject which ought to be carefully considered by a Select Committee, and he hoped that the Government would give its assistance in the matter, in order that a remedy might be found for what was an injustice to work- 917 men who might meet with injuries in large establishments.
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
said, that the subject was deserving of serious consideration, and promised that, on the part of the Government, he would give the matter his best attention, but he was at present entirely ignorant as to the purport or effect of the proposed Bill.
Motion agreed to.
Bill to provide for Compensation to Workpeople engaged in common employment in cases of injury by accidents when employed, ordered to be brought in by Sir EDWARD WATKIN, Mr. KINNAIRD, and Mr. LAVERTON.
Bill presented, and read the first time. [Bill 186.]