HL Deb 11 August 1890 vol 348 c470

Order of the Day for the Second Reading, read.


This Bill is an amalgamation of two Bills which were brought into the other House of Parliament, and has been carefully considered by a Committee of that House. It has long been felt desirable that there should be a general law passed including the various police and sanitary provisions. The majority of the clauses in this Bill are those inserted in many local Acts which have been passed by Parliament. I do not think there is anything in the Bill to give rise to controversy, and I beg to move that it be read a second time.

Bill read 2a (according to order), and committed to a Committee of the Whole House to-morrow.