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Private Bills

Volume 181: debated on Monday 19 August 1907

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Ordered, That Standing Orders 220 and 246, relating to Private Bills be suspended for the remainder of the session.

Ordered, That, as regards Private Bills, to be returned by the House of Lords with Amendments, such Amendments, (if unopposed) shall be considered forthwith.

Ordered, That as regards Private Bills returned, or to be returned, by the House of Lords with Amendment, such Amendments (if opposed) shall be considered at such times as the Chairman of Ways and Means may determine.

Ordered, That, when it is intended to propose any Amendment thereto, a copy of such Amendments shall be deposited at the Private Bill Office, and notice given on the day on which the Bill shall have been returned from the Lords.—( The Chairman of Ways and Means.)

Dumbarton Burgh and County Tramways Order Confirmation Bill [Lords]. Dumbarton Burgh Order Confirmation Bill [Lords]. Read the third time and, passed, without Amendment.

York (Micklegate Strays) (recommitted) Bill [Lords]. Reported with Amendments, from the Select Committee.

Report to lie upon the Table and to be printed.

Minutes of Proceedings to be printed. [No. 320.]