§ On the Order for the resumed Debate on the Second Reading of this Bill,
§ THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL (Mr. A. H. D. ACLAND, York, W. R., Rotherham)
proposed that the Bill be referred to the Standing Committee on Trade, and said that he hoped the Motion would be allowed to be carried.
MR. T. M. HEALY
objected to the Bill being referred to the Grand Committee. Both Grand Committees were very congested. He thought that there ought to be a third Grand Committee—a Grand Committee on fads.
§ *MR. W. JOHNSTON
hoped that attention would be given to the fact that the opposition to the Government came from their Irish Friends.
§ Debate adjourned.