§ SIR THOMAS WRIGHTSON (St. Pancras, E.)
To ask the Secretary to the Admiralty whether, in the event of the visit of the French Fleet to English waters, the Government will give facilities for Members of this House to take part in the reception.
(Answered by Mr. Pretyman.) As the arrangements in regard to the visit of the
§ and the length open for the public conveyance of passengers down to the 31st day of December, 1904, in respect of Companies, and the 31st day of March, 1905, in respect of Local Authorities; the gross Receipts, working Expenditure, net Receipts, and appropriation of net Receipts; the number of Passengers conveyed, quantity of Electrical Energy used, and the number of miles run by Cars during the year ended on the foregoing dates respectively; together with the number of Horses, Engines, and Cars at those dates (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, No. 310, of Session 1904)."—(Mr. Bonar Law.)