§ Where, during the continuance of the present War, one of the parties to an intended marriage is an officer, seaman, or marine borne on the books of one of His Majesty's ships, and the parties to the intended marriage have duly fulfilled all the conditions required by law for enabling them to be married in any particular place of worship or in any particular district in the United Kingdom, then, if the officer, seaman, or marine obtains from the officer commanding the ship on whose books he is borne a certificate that owing to the exigencies of the public service the officer, seaman, or marine cannot be allowed to proceed to that place of worship or to that district, the marriage may be lawfully solemnised or contracted in any other building in the United Kingdom in which marriages may lawfully be solemnised or contracted as though the parties thereto had duly fulfilled all the conditions required by law for enabling them to be married at that building.1782
§ Lords Amendment:
§ At the end of the Clause, add the words, "Provided that in England no marriage after banns published or an episcopal licence granted in England shall be solemnised elsewhere than in a church or chapel of the Church of England in which marriages may lawfully be solemnised."
§ Amendment read a second time.
§ Mr. SPEAKER
I do not know whether the Government agrees or disagree. The adjournment of the Debate has been moved, and it is open to the House to adjourn the Debate.
§ Question put, and agreed to.
§ Debate adjourned; to be resumed to-morrow (Tuesday).