HC Deb 02 August 1899 vol 75 cc1145-6

Order read for resuming Adjourned Debate on Amendment proposed [1st August], on Consideration, as amended.

And which Amendment was, in page 21, line 37, to leave out from the word "Hull," to the word "provided," in page 22, line 7.—(Sir Albert Rollit.)

Question again proposed, "That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Bill."


On this Bill the parties have arrived at an agreement which is virtually' though not in the same words, the Amendment which stands in my name on the Paper. I therefore propose to withdraw my Amendment, and to move instead the Amendment standing in the name of the hon. Member for East Hull, and, finally, to move the agreed proviso.

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Amendment proposed— In Clause 21, page 21, line 37, to leave out from 'Hull' to 'provided' in page 22, line 7; and in page 22, line 12, at end to add, 'Provided also that the Railway and Canal Commission shall have power to make, within the limits and subject to the provisions of this section, rules for the purpose of regulating the user of the said railway.' "—(Sir Albert Rollit.)

Agreed to.

Ordered, That Standing Order 243 be suspended, and that the Bill be now read the third time.—(Dr. Farquharson.)

[Queen's Consent signified.]

Bill read the third time accordingly and passed, with Amendments.