HL Deb 21 February 1901 vol 89 c649

Report by the Chairman of Committees of the House of Lords and the Chairman of Ways and Means in the House of Commons—

  1. 1. That provisions of the Caledonian Electric Power Order, the Caledonian Railway Order, the Cyde Valley Electrical Power Order, the Glasgow and Renfrew District Railway Transfer Order, the Glasgow and South-Western Railway Order, and the North British Railway Order, are of such a character that they ought to be dealt with by Private Bills and not by Provisional Orders.
  2. 2. That the provisions of the Paisley Police Public Health and Tramways Order (other than those relating to Tram ways) raise such questions of policy and principle, that they ought to be dealt with by Private Bill, but that the Provisional Order so far as it relates to Tramways may proceed.

Laid before the House (pursuant to Act), and ordered to lie on the Table.