§ On the Order for the Second Reading of a number of Local Government Provisional Order Bills,
§ MR. SYDNEY BUXTON (Tower Hamlets, Poplar)
said: I want to make a suggestion, the adoption of which, I believe, would be a great convenience to Members of this House. It is that some title should be given to these Provisional Order Bills. Yesterday there were five on the Paper, and there are six to-day, and in the form in which they stand it is impossible to tell to what places they refer.
§ THE SECRETARY TO THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD (Mr. T. W. RUSSELL,) Tyrone, S.
I entirely agree with the hon. Gentleman that there is a defect in this matter which might well be remedied, and I will take an early opportunity of communicating with the authori- 417 ties of the House with a view to carrying out the suggestion next session.
§ SIR CHARLES DILKE (Gloucestershire, Forest of Dean)
I may point out that the list is printed every Monday, and that from that the information desired can be obtained.