§ Mr. SPEAKER
laid upon the Table Report from one of the Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills, That, in the case of the following Bill, originating in the Lords, and referred on the First Reading thereof, the Standing Orders not previously inquired into, and which are applicable thereto, have been complied with, viz.:—Tyne Improvement Bill [Lords.]
§ Ordered, That the Bill be read a second time.661
§ Standing Orders.—Resolutions reported from the Select Committee:—
§ 'That, in the case of the Central London Railway Bill, Petition for Additional Provision, the Standing Orders ought to be dispensed with:—That the parties be permitted to introduce their additional Provision if the Committee on the Bill think fit,"
§ "That, in the case of the Burnham (Somerset) Pier Bill [Lords], the Standing Orders ought to be dispensed with:—That the parties be permitted to proceed with their Bill, on the condition that the name of Edward Baring be struck out of Clause 4 of the Bill, unless his consent is proved before the Committee on the Bill:—That the Committee on the Bill do report how far such Order has been complied with."
§ Resolutions agreed to.
§ Bill to be read a second time.—(The Deputy Chairman.)