§ Mr. HALSEY
reported from the Committee of Selection; That they had nominated the following Members to serve on the Standing Committee for the consideration of all Bills relating to Trade (including Agriculture and Fishing), Shipping, and Manufactures, which may, by Order of the House, he committed to such Standing Committee:—Mr. Attorney General, Mr. Baird, Mr. Baldwin, Mr. Gerald Balfour, Mr. Beckett, Mr. Boland, Mr. Griffith Boscawen, Mr. John Burns, Mr. Burt, Sir Charles Cayzer, Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Channing, Mr. Cochrane, Mr. Cohen, Mr. Jesse Collings, Sir John Colomb, Mr. Cremer, Mr. Crombie, Mr. 1241 Dillon, Sir Frederick Dixon-Hartland, Mr. Doughty, Mr. Farrell, Sir Fortescue Flannery, Sir Henry Fowler, Mr. Galloway. Mr. Garfit, Sir Alfred Hickman, Sir William Houldsworth, Sir James Joicey, Mr. Lambert, Mr. Bonar Law, Sir Elliott Lees, Mr. Lloyd-George, Colonel Long, Mr. Walter Long, Mr. Charles M'Arthur, Dr. MacDonnell, Mr. William M'Killop, Sir William Mather, Mr. W. J. Maxwell, Mr. T. P. O'Connor, Mr. Parkes, Mr. Pike Pease, Colonel Pilkington, Sir James Rankin, Sir Charles Renshaw, Mr. Herbert Roberts, Sir Albert Rollit, Mr. Round, Mr. Runciman, Mr. T. W. Russell, Mr. Stuart Samuel, Sir Henry Seton-Karr, Mr. Thomas Shaw, Sir Barrington Simeon, Sir Edward Strachey, Mr. Talbot, Mr. Theodore Taylor, Mr. Tennant, Mr. Whitley Thomson, Sir William Tomlinson, Mr. Tully, Mr. George Whitley, Colonel Williams, Sir Frederick Wills, Mr. John Wilson (Durham), Mr. Wolff, and Mr. Samuel Young.
§ Mr. HALSEY
further reported from the Committee; That they had nominated the following Members to serve on the Standing Committee for the consideration of all Bills relating to Law, and Courts of Justice, and Legal Procedure which may, by Order of the House, be committed to such Standing Committee:—The Lord Advocate, Mr. Secretary Akers Douglas, Mr. Asquith, Mr. Atherley-Jones, Mr. Atkinson, Mr. Harlow, Sir George Bartley, Mr. Butcher, Mr. Carew, Lord Hugh Cecil, Mr. Clancy, Mr. Coghill, Mr. Colston, Mr. Cripps, Mr. Bromley-Davenport, Sir Charles Dilke, Mr. Dillon, Mr. Tatton Egerton, Mr. Arthur Elliot, Mr. Samuel Evans, Sir George Fardell, Mr. Flynn, Mr. Vicary Gibbs, Sir Frederick Godson, Mr. Goulding, Mr. H. D. Greene, Mr. Haldane, Mr. Harwood, Mr. T. M. Healy, Mr. James Heath, Mr. Holder, Mr. Hemphill, Mr. Henry Hobhouse, Mr. John Hutton, Mr. Jacoby, Mr. Brynmor Jones, Mr. Jordan, Mr. Lees Knowles, Mr. W. F. Lawrence, Sir Joseph Leese, Mr. Lloyd Morgan, Mr. Loder, Mr. A. K. Loyd, Mr. Lyttleton, Mr. MacNeill, Mr. Middlemore, Mr. William Moore, Mr. Arthur Morton, Mr. Newdigate, Captain Norton, Sir Francis Sharpe Powell, Lieutenant-Colonel Pryce-Jones, Sir Robert Reid, Mr. Remnant, Mr. Matthew White Ridley, Mr. Bryn 1242 Roberts, Mr. Parker Smith, Mr. Soames, Mr. Solicitor General, Sir Ernest Spencer, Mr. Stevenson, Sir Benjamin Stone, Mr. Thornton, Mr. Ure, Sir Howard Vincent. Mr. Robert Wallace, Mr. Whitley, and Sir James Woodhouse.
§ Mr. HALSEY
further reported from the Committee; That, in pursuance of the provisions of the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1899, they had selected the following fifteen Members to form the Parliamentary Panel of Members of this House to act as Commissioners:—Mr. Emmott, Mr. John Edward Gordon (Elgin), Mr. Charles Hobhouse, Mr. Alfred Hutton, Mr. Brynmor Jones, Mr. A. K. Loyd, Mr. MacCrae, Mr. Pym, Sir Charles Renshaw, Mr. Abel Smith, Mr. Parker Smith, Sir Walter Thorburn, Mr. Eugene Wason, Mr. John Wilson (Falkirk), and Mr. Wylie.
§ Reports to lie upon the Table.