HC Deb 20 December 1915 vol 77 cc42-3
44. Sir J. D. REES

asked the Attorney-General what arrangements are being, or will be, made for the discharge of the duties which the President of the Admiralty and Divorce Court performed up to the date of his regrettable accident?


Mr. Justice Deane is taking the list of Admiralty cases on which the President was engaged at the time of his accident. Mr. Justice Horridge has been taking the list of Probate and Divorce cases, and this list, with a supplemental list, has now been completed. There are, at the moment, no urgent Prize cases ready for trial.

Sir J. D. REES

When is the learned President likely to be able to return to the discharge of his exceedingly important duties?


I hope very soon after the commencement of the next term.