§ THE EARL OF REDESDALE (CHAIRMAN of COMMITTEES)
stated that he proposed to postpone the Committee on the Bill till after the Holidays.
§ LORD ABERDARE
suggested that, instead of embracing a great number of regulations in a Bill, it would be better to give the local authorities power to make rules for the regulation of omnibus traffic.
§ EARL BEAUCHAMP
said, that would involve the consideration of a number of local Acts. The Bill now before them dealt with the Metropolis, and the question was whether the Home Secretary could not embody certain regulations 1407 in those which at present existed, to effect the object of the Bill? He had himself brought in a Bill dealing with the omnibus traffic in the Metropolis.
§ Committee put off to Tuesday the 17th of June next.