§ (1) Before any Order in Council under this Act is made, notice of the proposal to make the Order and of the place where copies of a draft of the Order can be obtained shall be published in the London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Gazette as the case may require and in such other manner as the Minister thinks best adapted for ensuring publicity, and the draft of the Order shall be laid before each House of Parliament.
§ (2) In the case of a draft of an Order in Council proposed to be made under Section two, Sub-section (1), of this Act, the Order shall not be made until both Houses of Parliament by resolution have approved the draft, nor, if any modifications are agreed to by both Houses, otherwise than as so modified, and in the case of a draft of an Order proposed to be made under Section two, Sub-section (2), of this Act if either House, before the expiration of thirty days during which the House is sitting after the draft of the Order has been laid before that House, presents an Address to His Majesty against the draft or any part thereof no further proceedings shall be taken thereon without prejudice to the making of any new draft Order.
§ Mr. SPEAKER
The first part of the right hon. Gentleman's Clause is in order, but the second part ought to come as an Amendment to Clause 2.