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Returns, Reports, Etc

Volume 178: debated on Tuesday 16 July 1907

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Treaty Series (No 19, 1907)

Copy presented, of Agreement between the United Kingdom and Norway respecting the Mutual Surrender of Fugitive Criminals. Signed at Christiania, 18th February, 1907 [by Command]; to lie upon the Table.

Trade Reports (Annual Series)

Copy presented, of Diplomatic and Consular Report, Annual Series, No. 3858 [by Command]; to lie upon the Table.

Boiler Explosions Acts, 1882 And 1890

Copy presented, of Report to the Secretary of the Board of Trade upon the working of the Boiler Explosions Acts, 1882 and 1890, with Appendices [by Command]; to lie upon the Table.

East India (Examination's For The Civil Service)

Copy presented, of Regulations for Admission to the Indian Civil Service; alteration to paragraph 9 [by Act]: to lie upon the Table.

Crown Lands Act, 1906

Copy presented, of First Report by the President of the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, as a Commissioner of Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues, by virtue of the Crown Lands Act, 1906 [by Act]; to lie upon the Table,

Poor Law Relief (Ireland)

Return ordered, "showing for each Poor Law Union in Ireland—

  • (1)The number of men, women, and children, respectively (excluding tramp night lodgers), who were in receipt of Poor Law Relief at any time during the year ending the 31st day of March, 1908;
  • (2)The number of such men, women, and children, respectively, who were: (a) persons relieved singly; (b) heads of families; (c) dependants of paupers;
  • (3)The number of such men, women, and children, respectively, who received: (a) indoor relief only; (b) outdoor relief only; (c) both in door and outdoor relief;
  • (4)The total number of persons included in (1), classified according to the aggregate length of time during which they received relief; and
  • (5)The number of persons in each of the classes indicated in (4), reclassified according to the number of times on which relief was granted."— (Mr. Birrell.)