§ IN these Orders, unless the context otherwise requires,
§ The term "tramway" means a tramway laid along a street or road; the term "tramroad" means a tramway laid elsewhere than along a street or road: Provided that where a Bill relates partly to tramroad and partly to tramway as here defined the provisions of these Orders shall apply to such tramroad or tramway however the same may be described in the Bill:
§ The term "railway" includes "tram-road" and "motor road,"
§ 30. WHERE by any Bill power is sought to take or interfere with any churchyard, burial ground, or cemetery, or any part thereof, or to disturb the bodies interred therein, or where power is sought to take any common or commonable land, as the case may be, a copy of so much of the plans, sections, and books of reference required by these orders to be deposited in the Office of the Clerk of the Parliaments in respect of such Bill as relates to such churchyard, burial ground, or cemetery, common, or commonable land, shall, on or before the thirtieth day of November, if such churchyard, burial ground, or cemetery, common, or commonable land is in England or Wales, be deposited at the Office of the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if in Ireland at the Irish Office, and a copy of so much of the said plans, sections, and books of reference as relates to such common or commonable lands shall, on or before the said day, be deposited at the Office of the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries.
§ Deposits on or before the 21st of December.
§ 33. ON or before the twenty-first day of December a printed copy shall be deposited
§ (4a) Of every Bill relating to the generation of electricity for supply to persons or bodies 129 other than the promoters, at the Office of the Board of Trade and at the Office of the Commissioners of Works;
§ (9) Of every Bill which purposes to alter the boundary of the area of any county, urban district, parish, or any other administrative area, or which relates to any matter to which the Births and Deaths Registration Acts, 1836, to 1874, 1901, and any Act amending the same relate, at the General Register Office, Somerset House;
§ (11) Of every Bill affecting Crown property at the Office of the Commissioners of Woods, and if the property is in England, [...] Scotland or Wales, at the Office of the Commissioners of Works, or if the property is in Ireland, at the Office of the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland; and of every Bill affecting the Duchy of Cornwall or the Duchy of Lancaster, at the Office of such Duchy respectively;
§ 63. IN the case of every Bill, whether originating in this House, or in the House of Commons, promoted by any company, society, association, or co-partnership formed or registered under the Companies Act, 1862, or the Companies Consolidation Act, 1908, or otherwise constituted (and not being a company to which the preceding Order applies) proof shall be given before the Examiner before the second reading of the Bill in this House, that the following requirements have been complied with, and the Examiner shall report accordingly:—
§ 65. IN the case of every Bill brought from the House of Commons, in which provisions have been inserted in that House empowering or requiring any company, society, association, or co-partnership formed or registered under the Companies Act, 1862, or the Companies Consolidation Act, 1908.
§ The Bill as introduced or proposed to be introduced in this House shall be approved by a special resolution of the company.
§ 136. EVERY Bill for restoring any letters patent shall have a true copy of such letters patent annexed thereto; and the total amount of fees (including the prescribed fee for enlargement under Section 17 of the Patents and Designs Act, 1907, Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Act, 1883) due and to become due on the patent shall be deposited with the Comptroller General of Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks before the meeting of the Committee on the Bill, and such deposit proved before the Committee.—(The Earl of Onslow.)
§ On Question, Motion agreed to: Standing Orders amended accordingly; and to be printed as amended. (No. 180.)