Deb 10 May 1927 vol 67 c170

Report from the Special Orders Committee that no Petition has been presented praying to be heard against the Special Order, that they have received and considered a report from the Ministry of Transport upon the Order, pointing out that this Order is the first Order since the passing of the Statutory Gas Companies (Electricity Supply Powers) Act, 1925, authorising a company incorporated by special Act to raise capital for electricity purposes: That the Ministry have taken the advice of the law officers on the question raised by the Order, and that there is nothing in this Order to which the Committee think it necessary to call the attention of the House: Read, and ordered to lie on the Table.