HL Deb 22 February 1916 vol 21 cc70-1

Colonies (Annual)—No. 874. British Guiana (Report for 1914–1915):

Navy (Supplementary Estimate, 1915–1916)—An estimate of the further sum required to be voted for the Navy for the year ending 31st March 1916:

Local Government Board—Forty-fourth Annual Report for 1914–1915—

Part I.—Administration of the Poor Law, the Unemployed Workmen Act and the Old Age Pensions Acts—

Special Work arising out of the War—Prevention and Relief of Distress; Reception and Accommodation of War Refugees;

Distribution of the Gifts from the Dominions and Colonies, &c.;

Part II—Housing and Town Planning;

Part III—A. Public Health and Local Administration;

B. County Council Administration;

C. Local Taxation and Valuation:

Ministry of Munitions—Health of Munition Workers Committee. Report on Canteen Construction and Equipment:

London Traffic—Report of the London Traffic Branch of the Board of Trade, 1915:

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

Diseases of Animals Acts, 1894 to 1914–Order, No. 9697, dated 12th February 1916, defining a Foreign Animals Quarantine Station at Whale Island Pier, Portsmouth Harbour, for the purposes of the Foreign Animals (Quarantine) Order of 1896.

Local Government Board (Ireland)—Orders made by the Board under the Poor Relief (Ireland) Acts—

  1. 1. Amending Article 31 of the Union Accounts Order, 1915;
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  3. 2. Modifying the provisions of section 9 of the Poor Relief (Ireland) Act, 1847, as respects the Unions specified in the Order, for purposes in connection with the present war;
  4. 3. Abolishing the office of Schoolmaster of the Workhouse of the Roscrea Union;
  5. 4. Varying Article 33 of the Board's General Order of 18th December 1882, for the purpose of the appointment of a Medical Officer of the Workhouse of the Kilamallock Union:

Irish Universities Act, 1908—Statute VI. for University College, Cork:

Piers and Harbours (Provisional Orders, Session 1916)—Report by the Board of Trade of their Proceedings under the General Pier and Harbour Act, 1861, and the General Pier and Harbour Act, 1861, Amendment Act:

Shops Act, 1912—Order made by the County Council of the County Palatine of Chester and confirmed by the Secretary of State for the Home Department, affecting certain classes of shops in the Urban District of Marple:

Greenwich hospital and Travers' Foundation (Capital and Income Accounts, 1914–1915)—Accounts of the receipt and expenditure of the capital and of the income derived from the lands and other property held for the benefit of Greenwich Hospital, and the Foundation of Samuel Travers, Esquire, for the year ended 31st March 1915; together with the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor-General thereon:

Intermediate Education (Ireland) Act, 1914–Amended Rules as to the Constitution and Procedure of the Registration Council:—

National Insurance Acts—

  1. 1. The National Health Insurance (Special Employers' Custom) Order (Scotland) 1915 (No. 2), dated 24th January 1916;
  2. 2. The National Health Insurance (Appointment of Representatives of Insured Persons on Insurance Committees) Amendment Regulations (Scotland) 1916, dated 4th February 1916:

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