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Lunacy Act Amendment (London) Bill

Volume 144: debated on Wednesday 5 April 1905

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"To authorise the London County Council to provide receiving houses for the reception of persons mentally afflicted or alleged to be of unsound mind, and to authorise the detention of such persons in such houses, and for other purposes connected therewith," presented by Sir John Tuke; supported by Mr. Burns, Mr. Benn, Mr. Claude Hay, Mr. Cohen, Mr. Brigg, and Dr. Hutchinson; to be read a second time upon Tuesday next, and to be printed. [Bill 147.]