§ Ordered, That in the case of every Bill authorising the construction of works outside the county of London or any municipal borough the Committee to which the Bill is referred shall take this Order into their consideration, and if they are of opinion that such a number of workmen will probably be simultaneously employed upon the works as having regard to the nature and situation of the works to make such an inquiry desirable, they shall inquire into the question of the sufficiency of the accommodation and service available or proposed by the promoters to be provided under the Bill—
- (1) for the proper housing and sanitary requirements of persons employed in constructing the works authorized by the Bill;
- (2) for the treatment of cases of sickness or accident, including accommodation for dealing with infectious disease;
§ Resolved, That this Order be a Standing Order of the House.—[Mr. Burns].
§ Read the third time, and passed.
§ Read a second time, and committed.
§ Read a second time, and committed.356
§ Ordered, That Standing Orders 211 and 236 be suspended, and that the Committee on Group J of Private Bills have leave to consider the Bill forthwith.—[The Deputy-Chairman. ]
§ Reported, with Amendments; Report to lie upon the Table, and to be printed.
§ Reported, with Amendments; Reports to lie upon the Table, and to be printed.