Standing Committee D.

Selection (Standing Committees). – in the House of Commons on 6th July 1922.

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Sir SAMUEL ROBERTS further reported from the Committee; That they had nominated the following Members to serve on Standing Committee D: Lieut.-Colonel Sir William Allen, Mr. Armitage, Sir Herbert Austin, Captain Bagley, Sir William Barton, Lieut.-Colonel William Bell, Captain Wedgwood Bonn, Commander Bellairs, Colonel Bowles, Sir Thomas Bramsdon, Brigadier-General Brown, Major Cayzer, Sir Watson Cheyne, Sir Stuart Coats, Sir Martin Conway, Sir Clifford Cory, Mr. Thomas Davies, Mr. David Davies, Colonel Du Pre, Mr. Edgar, Sir George Elliott, Mr. Erskine, Captain Foxeroft, Mr. Gould, Lieut.-Colonel Sir Henry Grayson, Mr. Albert Green, Mr. John Deans Hope, Mr. Guthrie, Mr. Lyle-Samuel, Sir Ashton Lister, Mr. Mason, Brigadier-General Palmer, Mr. Purchase, Mr. Rae, Mr. Sidney Robinson, Sir Alfred Smithers, Mr. Strauss, Brigadier-Gen oral Surtees, Lieut.-Colonel Sir Matthew Wilson, and Sir Courtenay Warner.

Sir SAMUEL ROBERTS further reported from the Committee; That they had added the following Twelve Members to Standing Committee D (in respect of the Criminal Law Amendment Bill): Viscountess Astor, Sir John Baird, Mr. France, Major Sir George Hamilton, Mr. Dennis Herbert, Lieut.-Colonel Hurst, Major Christopher Lowther, Mr. Macquisten, Mr. Murchison, Mr. Shortt, Mr. Sturroek, and Mrs. Wintringham.

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