HC Deb 04 August 1914 vol 65 cc1929-36

Considered in Committee.

[Mr. WHITLEY in the Chair.]

The CHAIRMAN, in pursuance of the Order of the House of this day, proceeded to put forthwith the Question with respect to each Class of the Civil Service Estimates, that the total amount of the Votes outstanding in that. Class be defined for the services denned in the Class, and in like manner to put severally the Questions that the total amount of the Votes outstanding in the Estimates for the Navy, the Army, and the Revenue Departments be granted for the services defined in those Estimates; and that Business other than Business of Supply may be taken before Eleven of the clock:—

  1. Class I. 204 words
  2. c1929
  3. Class II. 324 words
  4. c1929
  5. Class III. 162 words
  6. cc1929-33
  7. Class IV. 262 words
  8. c1933
  9. Class V. 120 words
  10. c1933
  11. Class VI. 112 words
  12. c1933
  13. Class VII. 220 words
  14. c1935
  15. NAVY ESTIMATES, 1914–15. 166 words
  16. cc1935-6
  17. ARMY ESTIMATES, 1914–15. 174 words
  18. c1936
  19. REVENUE DEPARTMENTS ESTIMATES, 1914–15. 102 words
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