Friday, 1 April 1938
The House met at Eleven of the Clock, Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair.
For the City of London, in the room of Sir Thomas Vansittart Bowater, baronet, deceased.—[Captain Margesson.]
London Midland and Scottish Railway Bill,
"to provide for the better organisation of the bacon industry and the pig producing industry and in that connection to provide for payments out of and into the Exchequer, and the continuance of...
asked the Secretary of State for War, whether he will state the date of the original ruling that the provisions of Rules of Procedure 21 (B) must be regarded as having no bearing on the...
Reported, with Amendments, from the Committee on Group C of Private Bills.
Colonel Gretton reported from the Committee of Selection; That they had discharged the following Members from Standing Committee B; Mr. Gardner, Mr. Mainwaring, and Mr. Charles Williams; and had...
Considered in Committee.
The following proviso shall be added at the end of section seventy-six of the Army Act (which relates to the limit of original enlistment): Provided also that no person who is deemed to have...
Order for Second Reading read.
Resolved, That the Order made by the Secretary of State under the Sunday Entertainments Act, 1932, for extending section one of that Act to the borough of Finchley, which was presented on the...
Resolved, "That this House do now adjourn."—[Captain Dugdale.]
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