HC Deb 08 May 1928 vol 217 c147

Resolution of the House of the 25th day of April relative to the South Suburban Gas (Consolidation) Bill, which was ordered to be communicated to the Lords, and Message from the Lords of the 2nd day of May, signifying their concurrence in the said Resolution read.

Order [23rd February] relating to the committal of the South Suburban Gas (Consolidation) Bill read and discharged, and Bill committed to the Joint Committee appointed for the consideration of the Dover Gas Bill [Lords].

Ordered, That all Petitions in favour of or against the Bill, presented three clear days before the meeting of the Committee, be referred to the Committee. That the Petitioners praying to be heard against the Bill, by themselves, their Counsel, Agents, or witnesses be heard, and Counsel be heard in support of the Bill."—[The Chairman of Ways and Means.]