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Bills Presented

Volume 155: debated on Wednesday 28 June 1922

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Sale Of Bread Bill

"to provide for the better protection of the public in relation to the sale of bread," presented by Mr. BALDWIN; supported by Mr. Munro and Sir William Mitchell-Thomson; to be read a Second time upon Monday next, and to he printed. [Bill 165.]

British Empire Exhibition (Amendment) Bill

"to remove doubts as to the powers of the Board of Trade under the British Empire Exhibition (Guarantee) Act, 7920," presented by Mr. BALDWIN; supported by Sir Philip Lloyd-Greame and Sir William Mitchell-Thomson; to be read a. Second time upon Monday next, and to he printed. [Bill 166.]

Pharmacy Bill

"to regularise the position of all persons trading as chemists and druggists or pharmacy store proprietors in the sale of drugs, the dispensing of doctors' prescriptions, and the sale of patent medicines," presented by Captain O'GRADY; supported by Lieut.-Colonel Watts-Morgan, Mr. Casey, Mr. Tillett, and Mr. John Jones; to be read a Second time upon Monday next, and to be printed. Bill 169.]