§ " to make further provision with regard to the rights of landlords and tenants of lands and heritages in Scotland which have sustained war damage and to obligations to insure against war damage to such lands and heritages and to amend the War Damage to Land (Scotland) Act, 1939," presented by Mr. T. Johnston, supported by the Lord Advocate, Mr. Wedderburn, and Mr. Westwood; to be read a Second time upon the next Sitting Day, and to be printed. [Bill 46.]
§ " to increase the rates of sickness and disablement benefit and the rates of contribution payable under the Acts relating to National Health Insurance, to extend the said Acts to persons employed otherwise than by way of manual labour at a rate of remuneration exceeding two hundred and fifty pounds a year, and in connection therewith to amend the Acts relating to widows', orphans and old age contributory pensions and certain other enactments; to enable any of the Acts aforesaid to be adapted by regulations to war-time conditions; and to amend paragraph (a) of subsection (2) of section three of the Workmen's Compensation Act, 1925," presented by Mr. Ernest Brown, supported by Mr. T. Johnston, Captain Crookshank, Mr. Peake, and Miss Horsbrugh; to be read a Second time upon the next Sitting Day, and to be printed. [Bill 44.]
§ "to authorise the Secretary of State to agree to make good any deficiencies in funds established by colonies and certain other countries for insuring commodities against war risks," presented by Mr. George Hall supported by Captain Crookshank; to be read a Second time upon the next Sitting Day, and to be printed. [Bill 45.]
§ MESSAGE FROM THE LORDS.
§ That they have agreed to—