HC Deb 21 March 1904 vol 132 cc219-20
SIR THOMAS DEWAR (Tower Hamlets, St. eorge's)

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether the Government have yet considered the recommendations contained in the Death Certification Report of 1893; and, if so, will he state whether he contemplates the introduction of legislation on the subject.

(Answered by Mr. Secretary Akers-Douglas.) The Report to which my hon. friend refers has been considered by the Government with a view to legislation; but, as my right hon. friend the President of the Local Government Board has stated on previous occasions, it has not yet been

sums charged upon Navy Votes in these two years for interest on those loans and for reduction of capital are as follows:—

found practicable to bring forward a Bill on the subject.