HL Deb 01 August 1906 vol 162 c1021

House in Committee (according to Order).


The first of the Amendments I have to move was asked for by Sir Edward Carson and agreed to by both Parties. The other is merely to extend the scope of the clause in a useful direction.

Amendments moved— In Clause 1, page 1, line 7, after the word 'may' to insert the words 'if it is desired for the purpose of complying with the requirement of the law of that country to obtain the certificate hereinafter mentioned. In page 2, line 11, after the word 'of to insert the words ' any notice of an intended marriage or.' "—(Earl Beauchamp.)

Amendments agreed to.

Standing Committee negatived. Then (Standing Order No. XXXIX. having been suspended): Amendments reported: Bill read. 3a, with the Amendments, and passed, and returned to the Commons.