HC Deb 19 April 1905 vol 145 cc577-8
MR. LAMBERT (Devonshire, South Molton)

To ask the Secretary to the Board of Trade if he will grant the Return showing the number of days in which the Railway Commissioners have sat (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, No. 183, of Session 1902).

(Answered by Mr. Victor Cavendish.) The number of days upon which the Railway and Canal Commissioners have held sittings are as follows—

1896 38 days.
1897 47 days.
1898 25 days.
1899 44 days.
1900 40 days.
1901 41 days.
1902 16 days.
1903 31 days.
1904 14 days.

NOTE.—This Return does not include the days the Commissioners sat out of Court for purposes connected with the administrative duties of the Commission.

Secondary Schools or to pupil teacher centres and preparatory classes connected therewith by means of Exhibitions, Scholarships, Bursaries, payment of tuition fees, payment of travelling expenses, maintenance grants, etc., in the following form:—