§ SIR JOHN LUBBOCK
said, he wished to move the Motion standing in his name for the nomination of the Select Committee on Voting at School Board Elections. The name of Mr. O'Connor Power was a misprint for the name of Mr. J. O'Connor.
§ Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Select Committee on School Board Elections (Voting') be nominated."—(Sir John Lubbock.)
§ MR. DILLWYN
said, he thought this subject ought to be carefully considered before the Resolution was agreed to, and he did not think that full consideration could be given to it on the present occasion, as there was not a full House.
§ Notice taken, that 40 Members were not present; House counted, and 40 Members being found present,
§ Question put, and agreed to.
§ Motion made, and Question, "That the Committee do consist of Twenty-one Members,"—(Sir John Lubbock,)—put, and agreed to.
§ MR. SPEAKER
I put the Question to the House, and no negative voice was raised against the number 21.Committee nominated of—Mr. COURTNEY, Mr. CUBITT, Mr. ILLINGWORTH, Viscount FOLKESTONE, Mr. MUNDELLA, Lord GEORGE HAMILTON, Mr. NOEL, Mr. HOULDSWORTH, Mr. LYULPH STANLEY, Mr. RITCHIE, Mr. PICTON, Mr. COCHRAN-PATRICK, Mr. SAMUEL SMITH, Mr. BIGGAR, Mr. BLENNERHASSETT, Mr. ARTHUR BALFOUR, Mr. JOHN O'CONNOR, Mr. WILLIAM EDWARD FORSTER, Sir HERBERT MAXWELL, Viscount CRICHTON, and Sir JOHN LUBBOCK.
§ Motion made, and Question, "That the Committee have power to send for persons, papers, and records; Five to be the quorum," put, and agreed to.