HL Deb 26 October 1915 vol 20 cc1-3

Miscellaneous, No. 17 (1915)—Correspondence with the United States Ambassador respecting the execution of Miss Cavell at Brussels:

Home Production of Food (England and Wales)—Final Report of the Departmental Committee appointed by the President of the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries to consider the Production of Food in England and Wales:

Agriculture (Scotland)—Statement showing for the year ended 31st March 1915 the financial position in respect of each land scheme on estates taken over by the Board of Agriculture for Scotland from the Congested Districts Board:

Colonial Import Duties, 1915—Return relating to the Rates of Import Duties levied upon the principal and other articles imported into the British Self-Governing Dominions, Colonies, Possessions, and Protectorates:

Board of Education—

1. Statistics of Public Education, 1913– 1914, in

  1. I. England and Wales;
  2. II. Wales (with Monmouthshire);

2. Regulations for the Training of Teachers for Secondary Schools (in force from 1st August 1915):

Diseases of Animals Acts—Report of Proceedings as regards Ireland for the year 1914:

Dependants of Deceased Sailors and Soldiers—Scheme for Allowances:

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

Destructive Insects and Pests Acts, 1877 and 1907—Orders, declaring areas described in the schedules thereto to be infected areas for the purposes of the Wart Disease of Potatoes (Infected Areas) Order of 1914—

  1. 1. Eight Orders, numbered D.I.P. 255 to 262 inclusive, dated 12th October 1915;
  2. 2. Order, numbered D.I.P. 265, dated 16th October 1915:

Shops Act, 1912—Orders made by the under-mentioned Councils and confirmed by the Secretary of State for the Home Department, affecting certain classes of shops within their respective areas—

  1. 1. County of Stafford (Urban District of Willenhall);
  2. 2. County Borough of West Bromwich (Two Orders);
  3. 3. City of Bradford;
  4. 4. Urban District of Fleetwood (Two Orders):

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

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