HL Deb 16 March 1938 vol 108 c129

Order of the Day for the Third Reading read.


My Lords, in rising to move the Third Reading of this Bill I should like to express on behalf of the promoters of the Bill the appreciation we have of the courtesy and support received from every part of your Lordships' House. I should like to add one word, and that is that I think this very small measure may do something t3 alleviate and improve the condition of some of those who through no fault of their own are placed in institutions in this country.

Moved, That the Bill be now read 3a.—(Lord O'Hagan.)

On Question, Bill read 3a, with the Amendments.

Bill passed, and returned to the Commons.