Mr. DEPUTY - SPEAKER (Mr. Whitley)
A Royal Commission is appointed, and I understand will be here in a few minutes.
§ Sir L. WORTHINGTON-EVANS
In the temporary absence of my Noble Friend, I understand that small Bills, probably two Home Office Bills and a Scottish Bill, will be taken on Monday.
Sir L. WORTHINGTON-EVAISIS
That is true, but the expectation was then that the Agriculture Bill would be taken not on Monday, but on Tuesday or a later date.
§ Lord EDMUND TALBOT (Joint Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury)
On Monday we shall take as the first Order the Shops (Early Closing) Bill, Report Stage; then the Report Stage of the Women, Young Persons and Children (Employment) Bill; next the Married Women's Property (Scotland) Bill: then the British Empire Exhibition (Guarantee) Bill; and afterwards the Juvenile Courts (Metropolis) Bill.
§ Major HILLS
When will the Ministry of Health (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill be taken?
§ Lord E. TALBOT
There is a question to be put about that on Monday. Some arrangement, I think, has been come to.