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Commons Amendment

Volume 41: debated on Wednesday 11 August 1920

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[The Reference is to the Bill as amended in Committee.]

Clause 5, page 2, line 36, at end insert:
("(2) The expenses incurred with the approval of the Treasury tor the purposes of the census shall be paid out of moneys provided. by Parliament").

I beg to move that the sad Amendment be now considered. It is of a quite formal character, and I think there is no doubt that your Lordships will agree to it.

Moved, That this House doth agree with the Commons in the said Amendment.— (The Earl of Crawford.)

On Question, Motion agreed to.