§ Order for Consideration of Lords Amendments read.
§ Motion made, and Question, "That the Lords Amendments be now considered," put, and agreed to.
§ Lords Amendments considered accordingly.
§ The Deputy-Chairman of Ways and Means (Captain Bourne)
The Amendments consist of: (1), the deletion of a Clause enabling the promoters to transport cattle; (2), several protective provisions; (3), alterations of a drafting and consequential nature.
§ Lords Amendments agreed to.
§ Read the Third time, and passed, with Amendments.
§ Read the Third time, and passed, without Amendment.
§ Bill read the Third time, and passed, with Amendments.
§ Private Bills,
§ Ordered, That Standing Order 265, relating to Private Bills, be suspended under the Summer Adjournment.
§ Ordered, That, as regards Private Bills to be returned by the House of Lords with Amendments, such Amendments (if Unopposed) shall be considered on the day following the day on which the Bill shall have been returned from the House of Lords.
§ Ordered, That, as regards Private Bills returned, or to be returned, by the House 2678 of Lords with Amendments, the consideration of such Amendments (if Opposed) shall be postponed until some future day at the time at which Private Business is usually taken or until half-past Seven of the Clock on any day not being a Friday as the Chairman 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 Deputy Chairman.]