HL Deb 01 May 1894 vol 24 cc1-2

Order of the Day for the House to be put into Committee, read.


My Lords, before the House resolves itself into Committee, I wish to say I have received, as I daresay some of your Lordships have also, a communication on the subject of the Bill from the Incorporated Law Society with regard to the details of some of its provisions. Of those criticisms some, I imagine, will not be considered of very great importance, but others of them, I think, are deserving of consideration; but they appear to be purely on matters of detail in the Bill. I propose to consider them before the Bill goes to Standing Committee, where I shall put the Amendments I propose to make in the Bill. I do not, therefore, propose to trouble your Lordships with them at this stage.

Moved, "That the House do now resolve itself into Committee upon the said Bill."—(The Lord Chancellor.)

Motion agreed to; House in Committee accordingly.

Bill reported without Amendment; and re-committed to the Standing Committee.