§ Lord STRABOLGI
My Lords, with the leave of the House, I would remind noble Lords that, in view of the length of the list of speakers, dinners will be available this evening.
§ The CHAIRMAN of COMMITTEES (Lord Aberdare)
My Lords, I beg to move the Motion standing in my name on the Order Paper. Perhaps I may remind those of your Lordships who took an interest in these Bills on Second Reading that this is the first of the Select Comittees to be required to consider the Bills and that this Committee will consider those clauses which are both opposed and are common to two or more of the Bills, so it will be this Committee which considers the Instructions which were passed by your Lordships on the Motion of the noble Lord, Lord Sandys.
Moved, That the Bills be committed to a Select Committee and that notwithstanding the provisions of Private Bill Standing Order 109(a) there shall in respect of each Bill be referred to the Committee only such Petitions or parts of Petitions as complain of clauses common to two or more of the Bills, or related provisions; namely the Petitions of:—
On Question, Motion agreed to.
- Arnold Brown, General of the Salvation Army;
- The British Hotels, Restaurants and Caterers Association;
- The Camping Club of Great Britain and Ireland Limited;
- The Caravan Club Limited;
- Confederation of British Industry;
- The Justices' Clerks' Society;
- The National Caravan Council Limited;
- The National Federation of Building Trades Employers and the Federation of Civil Engineering Contractors;
- National Union of Licensed Victuallers;
- The Royal Yachting Association;
- The Scout Association and the Girl Guides Association;
- The Ship & Boat Builders National Federation.—(Lord Aberdare.)