§ Mr. WILLIAM NICHOLSON
That they have passed a Bill, intituled, "An Act to make such amendments of The Workmen's Compensation Act, 1925, as are necessary to give effect to a certain resolution adopted by an Imperial Conference held in London in the year nineteen hundred and twenty-six." [Workmen's Compensation (Transfer of Funds) Bill [Lords.]
And also, a Bill intituled, "An Act to vary the trusts, powers, and provisions of two several settlements, both dated the seventeenth day of August, one thousand nine hundred and twenty, and executed on the marriage of Ralph Frederic Bury and Violet Esmé Bentley." [Bury Estate Bill [Lords].
Ouse Drainage Bill,—they have appointed a Committee consisting of five Lords to join with a Committee of the Commons to consider the Ouse Drainage Bill, pursuant to the Commons Message of Monday last, and they propose that the Joint Committee do meet in Committee Room No. 1, on Tuesday the 12th of July next, at Eleven o'clock.
Rabbits and Rooks Bill [Lords],—That they request that the Commons will be pleased to give leave to Sir Edmund Turton, baronet, a Member of their House, to attend, in order to his being examined as a witness, before the Select Committee appointed by their Lordships in the present Session of Parliament on the Rabbits and Rooks Bill [Lords].