HC Deb 05 August 1919 vol 119 cc139-40

Private Bills [Lords] (Standing Orders not previously inquired into complied with), —MR. SPEAKER laid upon the Table Report from one of the Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills, That, in the case of the following Bill, originating in the Lords, and referred on the First Reading thereof, the Standing Orders not previously inquired into, which are applicable thereto, have been complied with, namely:

British and Continental Bank Bill [Lords].

Ordered, That the Bill be read a second time.

Clowes Settled Estates Bill [Lords],

Read the third time, and passed, without Amendment.

Birmingham Corporation Tramways Bill [lords], Blackpool Improvement Bill [Lords], East Ham Corporation Bill [Lords], Leeds Corporation Bill [Lords], London Electric Railway Bill [Lords], Shoreham-by-Sea Urban District Council Bill [Lords], Tynemouth Corporation Bill [Lords], West Hartlepool Corporation Bill [Lords].

As amended, considered; to be read the third time.

Private Bills,

Ordered, That Standing Orders 220 and 246, relating to Private Bills, to suspended for the remainder of the Session.

Ordered, That, as regards Private Bills to be returned by the House of Lords with Amendments, such Amendments (if unopposed) shall be considered forthwith.

Ordered, That, as regards Private Bills returned, or to be returned, by the House of Lords with Amendments, such Amendments (if opposed) shall be considered at such time as the Chair man of Ways and Means may determine."

Ordered, That, when it is intended to propose any Amendments thereto, a copy of such Amendments shall be deposited in the Committee and Private Bill Office, and notice given on the day on which the Bill shall have been returned from the House of Lords." —[The Chairman of Ways and Means.]

Dundee Harbour and Tay Ferries Order Confirmation Bill,

"To confirm a Provisional Order under the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1899, relating to Dundee Harbour and Tay Ferries." presented by Mr. MUNRO; and ordered (under Section 7 of the Act) to be considered To-morrow.

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