HC Deb 07 August 1888 vol 329 c1856

On Lords' Amendment, allowing an appeal to the House of Lords, in cases in which there had been differences of opinion in two Courts of Appeal,

THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF TRADE (Sir MICHAEL HICKS BEACH) (Bristol, W.) moved to amend the Amendment, by confining the appeal to such matters as were affected by such differences of opinion.

Amendment agreed to.

MR. HUNTER (Aberdeen, N.) moved to add to the Lords' Amendment that the leave to appeal should be given "on such terms as to costs as the Court may determine."


said, he would accept the Amendment.

Amendment agreed to.

Lords' Amendments, as amended, agreed to.