HL Deb 22 March 1906 vol 154 c532

House in Committee (according to order).

Bill passed through Committee and reported to the House without Amendment.

Moved, that the Standing Committee be negatived.—(Lord Avebury.)


I trust your Lordships will not agree to the Motion which the noble Lord has just moved. This Bill introduces a new system of law altogether, and I think it would be rather dangerous that it should be allowed to go through without being referred to the Standing Committee.


I moved the Motion negativing the Standing Committee as the Bill had twice been through Committee in this House without any Amendment being suggested, but in deference to the opposition of the noble and learned Lord, the late Lord Chancellor, I withdraw the Motion.

Motion (by leave of the House) withdrawn. Bill reported without Amendment; and re-committed to the Standing Committee.