§ DR. KENEALY
asked Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Whether the Government intend to re-introduce the Bar Education and Discipline Bill next Session?
§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER,
in reply, said, he could not positively state whether the Bill in question would be re-introduced again 643 next Session. It was a Bill which had been for two consecutive Sessions before Parliament, and it had not been possible to get it passed. It would, therefore, be necessary, when the Government came to arrange what Business they were to take up next Session, to consider what course should be taken with regard to it. He might take that opportunity of stating that there was a desire in the House that they should proceed that night, after the Adjournment of the Debate, with the Committee on the Contagious Diseases' Animals Bill, and he hoped that there would be no objection to that course.