HL Deb 22 June 1915 vol 19 cc80-1

Colonies (Annual)—No. 843. Zanzibar (Report for 1914):

British South Africa Company—Supplemental Charter to the British South Africa Company, dated 13th March 1915:


No. 12 (1915). The treatment of prisoners of war in England and Germany during the first eight months of the war;

No. 13 (1915). Report from the United States Ambassador at Berlin, dated 8th June 1915, on the conditions at present existing at the Internment Camp at Ruhleben:

Trade—Annual Statement of the Trade of the United Kingdom with Foreign Countries and British Possessions, 1914, compared with the four preceding years; compiled in the Statistical Office of the Customs and Excise Department. Volume I:

National Education (Ireland)—Appendix. Section I, to the Annual Report of the Commissioners for the year 1913–1914:

Bermuda War Contribution—Treasury Minute, dated 1st June 1915, showing the manner in which instalments of the Bermuda War Contribution will be applied:

Intoxicating Liquors (Restrictions in Foreign Countries during War)—Correspondence relative to the measures taken in certain foreign countries for the restriction of the sale of intoxicating liquors since the outbreak of war:

Irish Land Commission (Proceedings)—Return for the month of February 1915

Light Railways Acts, 1896 and 1912—Order made by the Light Railway Commissioners, and confirmed by the Board of Trade, entitled the North Lindsey Light Railways (Amendment) Order, 1915:

Aliens Act, 1905

Part I. A statement with regard to the Expulsion of Aliens;

Part II. Ninth Annual Report of His Majesty's Inspector under the Act for the year 1914:

Presented (by command) and ordered to lie on the Table.

Public Works Loan Board—Fortieth Annual Report of the Public Works Loan Board, 1914–1915, with Appendices:

Penal Servitude Acts, 1853–1891 (Conditional Licence)—Licence granted to a convict discharging her from Aylesbury Convict Prison on condition that she enters a home:

Shops Act, 1912—Orders made by the County Council of the West Riding of Yorkshire, and confirmed by the Secretary of State for the Home Department affecting certain classes of shops within the following areas—

  1. 1. Sowerby Bridge Urban District;
  2. 2. Sowerby Bridge and Luddendenfoot Urban District:

Dockyard Ports Regulation Act, 1865—Order in Council, dated 16th June 1915, relating to the Dockyard Ports of Chatham and Sheerness:

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