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Public, Buildings (Doors) Bill

Volume 280: debated on Tuesday 19 June 1883

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On Motion of Mr. COLERIDGE KENNARD, Bill making it compulsory on all constructors of public buildings that Doors should be hung so as to open outwards, ordered to be brought in by Mr. COLERIDGE KENNARD, Mr. BERESFORD HOPE, Viscount FOLKESTONE, and Mr. WILLIAM FOWLER.

Bill presented, and read the first time. [Bill 239.]

House adjourned at half after One o'clock.