§ Mr. Speaker laid upon the Table, Report from one of the Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills, That, in the 49 case of the following Bill, referred on the First Reading thereof, no Standing Orders are applicable, viz.,:—Metropolitan Commons Provisional Order Bill.
§ Ordered, That the Bill be read a second time To-morrow.
§ Garw and Ogmore Gas (re-committed Bill; London County Council (General Powers) Bill; St. Marylebone Borough Council (Superannuation) Bill [Lords].—As amended, considered; to be read the third time.
§ Divorce Bills.—Mr. Attorney-General, Mr. Attorney-General for Ireland, Sir John Kennaway, Sir Joseph Leese, Mr. Solicitor General, Sir D. Brynmor Jones, Sir Edward Carson, Mr. G. Cave, and Mr. Solicitor-General for Ireland were nominated Members of the Select Committee on Divorce Bills.—(Secretary Sir Edward Grey.)
§ Standing Orders—Resolutions reported from the Select Committee:—1. "That, in the case of the Sligo and Arigna Railway Bill, Petition for Additional Provision, the Standing Orders ought to be dispensed with:—That the parties be permitted to insert the additional Provision if the Committee on the Bill think fit." 2."That, in the case of the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Tramways (No. 2), Petition for Bill, the Standing Orders ought to be dispensed with:—That the parties be permitted to proceed with their Bill."
§ Resolutions agreed to.