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Bill Presented

Volume 389: debated on Thursday 6 May 1943

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Nurses (Scotland) Bill

"to make provision in Scotland for the enrolment of assistant nurses for the sick, for the restriction of the use of the name or title of nurse, and for the regulation of agencies for the supply of nurses for the sick, and to amend the Nurses Registration (Scotland) Act, 1919"; presented by Mr. T. Johnston, supported by the Lord Advocate, the Solicitor-General for Scotland, Mr. Westwood and Mr. Allan Chapman; to be read a Second time upon the next Sitting Day, and to be printed. [Bill 30.]

Message From The Lords

That they give leave to the Viscount Ridley, C.B.E., to attend in order to his being examined as a witness before the Sub-Committee for Production and Supply Inquiries (A) appointed by the Select Committee appointed by this House on National Expenditure, if his Lordship think fit.