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Protection Of Animals, &C, Bill

Volume 155: debated on Tuesday 27 June 1922

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"to consolidate and amend enactments relating to animals, knackers, and knackers' yards, and to make further provision with respect thereto, and with respect to slaughter-houses, and to reenact with Amendments the Captive Birds Shooting (Prohibition) Act, 1921, and to restrict and regulate the training and exhibition and performances of certain animals, and to provide for the registration of certain persons, premises, and places, and to repeal certain enactments, and for purposes connected with the matters aforesaid," presented by Mr. ALFRED DAVIES; supported by Mr. Rhys Davies, Mr. Myers, Mr. Kennedy, and Mr. Wignall; to be read a Second time upon Wednesday, 12th July, and to be printed. [Bill 164.]