HC Deb 13 April 1904 vol 133 c180
SIR FREDERICK BANBURY (Camberwell, Peckham)

said that in moving, "That, in the opinion of this House no operations for the purposes of Vivisection should be performed on Dogs," he did not wish to make any general attack on vivisection. He only asked the House to affirm that dogs should be exempt because they were more sensible to pain than other animals.

MR. CHANNING (Northamptonshire, E.)

seconded the Motion.

Motion made, and Question proposed, "That, in the opinion of this House, no operations for the purposes of vivisection should be performed on Dogs.(Sir Frederick Banbury.)

MR. FLAVIN (Kerry, N.)

said that the hon. Baronet had not given any explanation of the Motion he submitted to the and he was strongly of opinion that the Motion should not be accepted without fuller information.

And, it being Midnight, the debate stood adjourned.

Debate to be resumed to-morrow.

Adjourned at five minutes after Twelve o'clock.