HL Deb 05 April 1895 vol 32 cc1021-2

THE LORD CHANCELLOR (Lord HERSCHELL) moved— That a Committee of five Lords be appointed to join with a Committee of the House of Commons to consider in what manner such inconvenience as arises from Legislation by reference in Acts of Parliament to prior enactments can best be avoided; that the Lords following be members of such Committee:— The Lord Chancellor, the Marquess of Salisbury, the Earl of Morley, Lord Halsbury, and Lord Thring; that such Committee have power to agree with the Committee of the House of Commons in the appointment of a Chairman. Then a message was ordered to be sent to the House of Commons to acquaint them therewith, and to request them to appoint five Members of that House to be joined with the said Committee pursuant to the Resolution of this House of Friday last, and to the message of the House of Commons of yesterday, signifying their concurrence in the said Resolution.