§ SIR HENRY JAMES (Bury, Lancashire)
asked that this Bill might be read a second time on the understanding that it be referred to a Select Committee.
§ MR. T. M. HEALY (Louth, N.)
hoped that the Motion would be agreed to. Every lawyer knew it was most desirable that something should be done in the direction contemplated by the Bill, not only in the interests of justice, but of the masses of the people.
§ MR. H. D. GREENE (Shrewsbury)
said that last week he opposed the Bill, but he desired to support it as long as it was referred to a Select Committee.
§ Bill then read 2°, and on motion of Sir Henry James, referred to a Select Committee.