Ballot Foe Bills and Motions.

Precedence for Government Business. – in the House of Commons on 24th November 1922.

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Photo of Mr Bonar Law Mr Bonar Law , Glasgow Central

I beg to move, That, until the end of the Session, no Public Bills, other than Government Bills, be introduced, and no ballot be taken for determining the precedence of such Bills. Perhaps I may be allowed to say a word or two on the three Motions dealing with procedure which stand in my name on the Paper. In the first two, we are simply asking that the full time of the House shall be given to public business throughout the Session. As every Member of the House knows, this Session has been called for a special purpose, and, as there is very little time in which to get that work done, I venture to hope there will be no opposition to these Motions.

The arrangement suggested in the third Motion was tried in the last Parliament and found to work successfully, and I do not think there will be any difference of opinion upon it.

Photo of Mr Ramsay Macdonald Mr Ramsay Macdonald , Aberavon

With reference to the third Resolution, I think there will be no difficulty. I believe the arrangement was tried in the last Parliament, and met with the general consent of the House. "With reference, however, to the other two, I am afraid I cannot facilitate the right hon. Gentleman. We do not know how long the Session

may last, but, whether it be long or short, the rights of private Members must be maintained. The right hon. Gentleman knows that we shall offer no objection to the quickest possible despatch of the Irish Bills, but there are other things that may crop up Yesterday, for instance, it was suggested that there might be some action taken regarding the Rent Restrictions Act. That can only be met with the strongest opposition on this side of the House. Moreover, we have not yet been put in possession of the. Government's unemployment policy. That may require very considerable discussion, and, if it be not forthcoming, that discussion may entail the use of their privileges by private Members in putting down Resolutions. Lausanne, a very important matter, is going on from day to day, and at any moment something may arise which would necessitate the intervention of the Opposition. We might require discussion, and we shall certainly, in those circumstances, be unwilling to forego any of the rights we have under the ordinary Standing Orders of the House. I regret, therefore, that I must offer opposition to the first and second Resolutions.

Question put, That, until the end of the Session, no Public Bills, other than Government Bills, be introduced, and no ballot be taken for determining the precedence of such Bills.

The House divided: Ayes, 239; Noes, 135.

Division No. 1.]AYES.[12.17 p.m.
Alnsworth, Captain CharlesBrown, Brlg.-Gen. Clifton (Newbury)Crook. C. W. (East Ham, North)
Alexander, Col. M. (Southwark)Brown, J. W. (Middlesbrough, E.)Crooke, J. S. (Deritend)
Allen, Lieut.-Col. Sir William JamesBruton, Sir JamesCurzon, Captain Viscount
Amery, Rt. Hon. Leopold C. M. S.Buckley, Lieut.-Colonel A.Davles, Thomas (Cirencester)
Apsley, LordBurn, Col. C. R. (Devon, Torquay)Davison, Sir W. H. (Kensington, S.)
Archer-Shee. Lieut.-Colonel MartinBurney, Com. (Middx., Uxbrldge)Dawson, Sir Philip
Ashley, Lt.-Col. Wilfrid W.Butler, H. M. (Leeds, North)Doyle, N. Grattan
Astor, J. J. (Kent, Dover)Butt, Sir AlfredEdge, Captain Sir William
Aator, ViscountessCadogan, Major EdwardEdmondson, Major A. J.
Baird, Rt. Hon. Sir John LawrenceCampion, Lieut.-Colonel W. R.Elliot, Capt. Walter E. (Lanark)
Baldwin, Rt. Hon. StanleyCassels, J. D.Elveden, Viscount
Balfour, Georqe (Hampstead)Cautley, Henry StrotherEngland, Lieut.-Colonel A.
Barlow, Rt. Hon. Sir MontagueCayzer, Sir C. (Chester, City)Erskine, James Malcolm Montelth
Barnett, Major Richard W.Cecil, Rt. Hon. Lord R. (Hitchln)Erskine, Lord (Weston-super-Mare)
Becker, HarryChadwlck, Sir Robert BurtonErskine-Boist, Captain C.
Bell, Lieut. Col. W. C. H. (Devizes)Chamberlain, Rt. Hon. N. (Ladywood)Eyres-Monsell, Com. Bolton M.
Bellairs, Commander Carlyon W.Chapman, Sir S.Falcon, Captain Michael
Benn, Sir A. S. (Plymouth, Drake)Churchman, Sir ArthurFalle, Major Sir Bertram Godfray
Berry, Sir GeorgeClarry, Reginald GeorgeFermor-Hesketh, Major T.
Betterton, Henry B.Clay, Lieut.-Colonel H. H. SpenderFildes, Henry
Birchall, J. DearmanClayton, G. C.Flanagan, W. H.
Bird, Sir R. B. {Wolverhampton, W.)Coates, Lt.-Col. NormanFord, Patrick Johnston
Blades, Sir George RowlandCockerlll, Brigadier-General G. K.Foxcro[...]t, Captain Charles Talbot
Blundell, F. N.Colfox, Major Wm. PhillipsFrece, Sir Walter de
Bowyer, Captain G. W. E.Collie, Sir JohnFremantle, Lieut.-Colonel Francis E.
Boyd-Carpenter, Major A.Colvln, Brig.-General Richard BealeFurness, G. J.
Brass, Captain W.Conway, Sir W. MartinGanzoni, Sir John
Brassey, Sir LeonardCourthope, Lieut.-Col. George L.Gardiner, James
Bridgeman, Rt. Hon. William CliveCraig, Captain C. C. (Antrim, South)Gates, Percy
Briggs, HaroldCralk, Rt. Hon. Sir HenryGaunt, Rear-Admiral Sir Guy R.
Britta[...]n, Sir HarryCroft, Lieut.-Colonel Henry PageGilmour, Lt.-Col. Rt. Hon. Sir John
Greene, Lt.-Col. Sir w. (Hack'y, N.)Lorimer, H. D.Rodgerson, Captain J. E.
Greenwood, William (Stockport)Lort-Williams, J.Roundell, Colonel R. F.
Gretton, Colonel JohnLoyd, Arthur Thomas (Abingdon)Russell, Alexander West- (Tynemouth)
Grigg. Sir EdwardLumley, L. R.Russell, William (Bolton)
Guinness, Lieut.-Col. Hon. W. E.Lynn, R. J.Samuel, A. M. (Surrey, Farnham)
Gwynne, Rupert S.M'Conned, Thomas E.Samuel, Samuel (W'dsworth, Putney)
Hacking, Captain Douglas H.Macnaghten, Hon. Sir MalcolmSanders, Colonel Sir Robert Arthur
Hall, Rr-Adml Sir W.(Liv'p'l, W. D'by)Macnamara, Rt. Hon. Dr. T. J.Sanderson, Sir Frank B.
Halstead, Major D.McNeill, Ronald (Kent, Canterbury)Sheffield, Sir Berkeley
Hamilton, Sir George C. (Altrincham)Makins, Brigadier-General E.Shepperson, E. W.
Hannon, Patrick Joseph HenryMalone, Major P. B. (Tottenham, S.)Shipwright, Captain D.
Harmsworth, Hon. E. C. (Kent)Margesson, H. D. R.Simms, Dr. John M. (Co. Down)
Harrison, F. C.Mason, Lieut.-Col. C. K.Skelton, A. N.
Harvey, Major S. E.Mercer, Colonel H.Somervllle, A. A. (Windsor)
Hay, Major T. W. (Norfolk, South)Milne, J. S. WardlawSomerville, D. G. (Barrow-ln-Furn'ss)
Hennessy, Major J. R. G.Mitchell, W. F. (Saffron Walden)Sparkes, H. W.
Herbert, Col. Hon. A. (Yeovil)Moles, ThomasStanley, Lord
Herbert, Dennis (Hertford, Watford)Molloy, Major L. G. S.Steel, Major S. Strang
Herbert, S. (Scarborough)Moore-Brabazon, Lieut.-Col. J. T. C.Stewart, Gershom
Hewett, Sir J. P.Morden, Col. W. GrantStuart, Lord C. Cr[...]chton-
H[...]lder, Lieut.-Colonel FrankMorrison, HughStott, Lt.-Col. W. H.
Hiley, Sir ErnestMorrison-Bell, Major A. C.Sudden, W. H.
Hogg, Rt. Hon. Sir D. (St. Marylebone)Murchlson, C. K.Sutcliffe, T.
Holbrook, Sir Arthur RichardNall, Major JosephSykes, Sir Charles (Huddersfield)
Hood, Sir JosephNewton, Sir D. G. C. (Cambridge)Terrell, Captain R. (Oxford, Henley)
Hopkins, John W. W.Nicholson, Brig.-Gen. J. (Westminster)Thomson, Luke (Sunderland)
Houfto[...], John PlowrightNicholson, William G. (Petersfield)Thomson, F. C. (Aberdeen, S.)
Howard, Capt. D. (Cumberland, N.)Nield, Sir HerbertTitchfleld, Marquess of
Howard-Bury, Lieut.-Col. C. K.Norton-Griffiths, Lieut.-Col. Sir JohnTryon, Rt. Hon. George Clement
Hudson, Capt. A.Ormsby-Gore, Hon. WilliamTubbs, S. W.
Hughes, CollingwoodPaget, T. G.Vaughan-Morgan, Col. K. P.
Hunter-Weston, Lt.-Gen. Sir AylmerParker, Owen (Kettering)Wallace, Captain E.
Hurd, Percy A.Penny, Frederick GeorgeWatson, Capt. J. (Stockton-on-Tees)
Hurst, Lt.-Col. Gerald BerkeleyPercy, Lord Eustace (Hastings)Watts, Dr. T. (Man., Withington)
Hutchison, G. A. C. (Peebles, N.)Perkins, Colonel E. K.Wells, S. R.
Hutchison, W. (Kelvingrove)Per[...]ng, William GeorgeWheler, Col. Granville C. H.
Jackson. Lieut.-Colonel Hon. F. S.Pielou, D. P.White, Lt.-Col. G. D. (Southport)
J[...]phcotr, A. R.Pownall, Lieut.-Colonel AsshetonWhltla, Sir William
Johnson, Sir L. (Walthamstow, E.)Rankin, Captain James StuartWilley, Arthur
Joynson-Hicks, Sir WilliamRawson, Lieut.-Com. A. C.Winterton, Earl
Kelley, Major Fred (Rotherham)Rees, Sir BeddoeWise, Frederick
Kennedy, Captain M. S. NigelReid, Capt. A. S. C. (Warrington)Wolmer, Viscount
King, Capt. Henry DouglasRemer, J. R.Wood, Rt. Hn. Edward F. L. (Ripon)
Kinloch-Cooke, Sir ClementRemnant, Sir JamesWoodcock, Colonel H. C.
Lamb, J. Q.Reynolds, W. G. W.Worthington-Evans, Rt. Hon. Sir L.
Lane-Fox, G. R.Rhodes, Lieut.-col. J. P.Yerburgh, R. D. T.
Law, Rt. Hon. A. B. (Glasgow, C.)Richardson, Lt.-Col. Sir P. (Chertsey)
Lloyd, Cyril E. (Dudley)Roborts, Samuel (Hereford, Hereford)TELLERS FOR THE AYES.—
Lloyd-Greame, Rt. Hon. Sir PhilipRoberts, Rt. Hon. Sir S. (Ecclesall)Colonel Gibbs and Major Barnston.
Lorden, John WilliamRobertson, J. D. (Islington, W.)
Adamson. Rt. Hon. WilliamGrenfell, D. R. (Glamorgan)MacDonald, J. R. (Aberavon)
Adamson, W. M. (Staff., Cannock)Greenwood, A. (Nelson and colne)M'Entee, V. L.
Alexander, A. V. (Sheffield, Hillsbro')Griffiths, T. (Monmouth, Pontypool)McLaren, Andrew
Attlee, C. R.Groves, T.Maclean, Nell (Glasgow, Govan)
Barker, G. (Monmouth, Abertlliery)Grundy, T. W.March, S.
Barnes, A.Guest, J. (York, Hemsworth)Martin, F. (Aberd'n & Kinc'd'ne, E.)
Batey, JosephHall, F. (York, W.R., Normanton)Maxton, James
Benn, Captain Wedgwood (Leith)Hall, G. H. (Merthyr TydvlltMlddleton, G.
Berkeley, Captain ReginaldHarbord, H.Millar, J. D.
Broad, F. A.Hardle, C. D.Morel, E. D.
Bromfield, WilliamHartshorn, VernonMorrison, R. C. (Tottenham, N.)
Brotherton, J.Hay, Captain J. P. (Cathcart)Mosley, Oswald
Buchanan, G.Henderson, T. (Glasgow)Muir, John W.
Burnle, Major J. (Bootle)Herriotts, J.Murnin, H.
Buxton, C. Roden (Accrington)Hill, A.Murray, R. (Renfrew, Western)
Buxton, Noel (Norfolk, North)Hirst, G. H.Nichol, Robert
Cairns, J[...]hnHodge, Lieut.-Col. P. (Preston)O'Grady, Captain James
Chapple, W. A.Hogge, James MylesOliver, George Henry
Charleton, H. C.Irving, DanPaling, W.
Clarke, Sir E. C.Jenkins, W, (Glamorgan, Neath)Parkinson, John Allen (Wigan)
Collins, Sir Godfrey (Greenock)John, William (Rhondda, West)Phillipps, Vivian
Collins, Pat (Walsall)Johnston, T.Ponsonby, Arthur
Collison, LeviJones, T. I. Mardy (Pontypridd)Potts, John S.
Darbyshire, C. W.Jowett, F. W. (Bradford, East)Pringle, W. M. R.
Davies, Rhys John (Westhoughton)Kenworthy, Lieut.-Commander J. M.Richardson, R. (Houghton-le-Spring)
Davison, J. E. (Smethwick)Kirkwood, D.Riley, Ben
Dudgeon, Major C. R.Lambert, Rt. Hon. GRitson, J.
Edmonds, G.Lansbury, GeorgeRobertson, J. (Lanark, Bothwell)
Edwards, C. (Monmouth, Bedwellty)Lawson, John JamesRobinson, W. C. (York, Elland)
Emlyn-Jones, J. E. (Dorset, N.)Leach, W.Rose, Frank H.
Foot, IsaacLee, F.Royce, William stapleton
Gray, Frank (Oxford)Linfleld, F. C.Scrymgeour, E.
Greena[...]l, T.Lunn, WilliamSexton, James
Shaw, Thomas (Preston)Thomas, Brig.-Gen. Sir O. (Anglesey)White, H. G. (Birkenhead, E.)
Shinwell, EmanuelThorne, G. R. (Wolverhampton, E.)Whiteley, W.
Short, Alfred (Wednesbury)Thornton, M.Wignall, James
Simon, Rt. Hon. Sir JohnTout, W. J.Williams, David (Swansea, E.)
Simpson, J. HopeTrevelyan, C. P.Williams, Dr. J. H. (Llanelly)
Sitch, Charles H.Wallhead, Richard C.Williams, T. (York, Don Valley)
Smith, T. (Pontefract)Walsh, Stephen (Lancaster, Ince)Wilson, C. H. (Sheffield, Attercliffe)
Snell, HarryWarne, G. H.Wilson, R. J. (Durham, Jarrow)
Snowden, PhilipWatson, W. M. (Dunfermline)Wright, W.
Spencer, George A. (Broxtewe)Watts-Morgan, Lieut.-Col. D.Young, Robert (Lancaster, Newton)
Steven, CampbellWedgwood, Colonel Josiah C.
Stewart, J. (St. Rollox)Weir, L. M.TELLERS FOR THE NOES.—
Sullivan, J.Westwood, J.Mr. Spoor and Mr. Morgan Jones.

Motion made, and Question put, "That until the end of the Session, Government business do have precedence

at every Sitting."—[The Prime Minister.]

The House divided: Ayes, 268; Noes, 141.

Division No. 2.]AYES.[12.31 p.m.
Ainsworth, Captain CharlesColvin, Brig.-General Richard BealeHarvey, Major S. E.
Alexander, Col. M. (Southwark)Conway, Sir W. MartinHay, Major T. W. (Norfolk, South)
Allen, Lieut.-Col. Sir William JamesCotts, Sir William Dingwall MitchellHenderson, Sir T. (Roxburgh)
Amery, Rt. Hon. Leopold C. M. S.Courthope, Lieut.-Col. George L.Hennessy, Major J. R. G.
Apsley, LordCraig, Captain C. C. (Antrim, South)Herbert, Col. Hon. A. (Yeovil)
Archer-Shee, Lieut.-Colonel MartinCralk, Rt. Hon. Sir HenryHerbert, Dennis (Hertford, Watford)
Ashley, Lt.-Col, Wilfrid W.Croft, Lieut.-Colonel Henry PageHerbert, S. (Scarborough)
Astor, J. J. (Kent, Dover)Crook, C. W. (East Ham, North)Hewett, Sir J. P.
Astor, ViscountessCrooke, J. S. (Derltend)Hilder, Lieut.-Colonel Frank
Baird, Rt. Hon. Sir John LawrenceCurzon, Captain ViscountHiley, Sir Ernest
Baldwin, Rt. Hon. StanleyDavies, Thomas (Cirencester)Hogg, Rt. Hon. Sir D. (St. Marylebone)
Balfour, George (Hampstead)Davison, Sir W. H. (Kensington, S.)Holbrook, Sir Arthur Richard
Barlow, Rt. Hon. Sir MontagueDawson, Sir P.Hood, Sir Joseph
Barnett, Major Richard W.Dixon, C. H. (Rutland)Hopkins, John W. W.
Becker, HarryDoyle, N. GrattanHoufton, John Plowright
Bell, Lieut.-Col. W. C. H. (Devizes)Edge, Captain sir WilliamHoward, Capt. D. (Cumberland, N.)
Bellalrs, Commander Carlyon W.Edmondson, Major A. J.Howard-Bury, Lieut.-Col. C. K.
Benn, Sir A. S. (Plymouth, Drake)Elliot, Capt. Walter E. (Lanark)Hudson, Capt. A.
Bennett, A. J. (Mansfield)Elveden, ViscountHughes, Collingwood
Berry, Sir GeorgeEngland, Lieut.-Colonel A,Hunter-Weston, Lt.-Gen. Sir Aylmer
Betterton, Henry B.Ersklne, James Malcolm MonteithHurd, Percy A
Birchall, J. DearmanErskine, Lord (Weston-super-Mare)Hurst, Lt.-Col. Gerald Berkeley
Bird, Sir R. B. (Wolverhampton, W.)Erskine-Bolst, Captain C.Hutchison, G. A. C. (Peebles. N.)
Blades, Sir George RowlandEvans. Capt. H. Arthur (Leicester, E.)Hutchison, Sir R. (Kirkcaldy)
Blundell, F. N.Evans, Ernest (Cardigan)Hutchison, W. (Kelvingrove)
Bowyer, Captain G. W. E.Eyres-Monsell, Commander B. M.Jackson, Lieut.-Colonel Hon. F. S.
Boyd-Carpenter, Major A.Falcon, Captain MichaelJarrett, G. W. S.
Brass, Captain W.Falle, Major Sir Bertram GodfrayJephcott, A. R.
Brassey, Sir LeonardFawkes, Major F. H.Johnson, Sir L. (Waithamstow, E.)
Bridgeman, Rt. Hon. William CliveFermor-Hesketh, Major T.Joynson-Hicks, Sir William
Briggs, HaroldFildes, HenryKelley, Major Fred (Rotherham)
Brittain, Sir HarryFisher, Rt. Hon. Herbert A. L.Kennedy, Captain M. S. Nigel
Brown, Brig.-Gen. Clifton (Newbury)Flanagan, W. H.King, Capt. Henry Douglas
Brown, J. w. (Middlesbrough, E.)Ford, Patrick JohnstonKinloch-Cooke, Sir Clement
Bruton, Sir JamesFoxcroft, Captain Charles TalbotLamb, J. Q.
Buckingham, Sir H.Frece, Sir Walter deLane-Fox, G. R.
Buckley, Lieut.-Colonel A.Fremantle, Lieut.-Colonel Francis E.Law, Rt. Hon. A. B. (Glasgow, C.)
Bull, Rt. Hon. Sir William JamesFurness, G. J.Lever, Sir Arthur L.
Burn, Col. C. R. (Devon. Torquay)Ganzoni, Sir JohnLloyd, Cyril E. (Dudley)
Burney, Com. (Middx., Uxbridge)Gates, PercyLioyd-Greame, Rt. Hon. Sir Philip
Butler, H. M. (Leeds, North)Gaunt, Rear-Admiral Sir Guy R.Locker-Lampson, Com. O. (Handsw'th)
Butt, Sir AlfredGeorge, Major G. L. (Pembroke)Lorden, John William
Cadogan, Major EdwardGilbert, James DanielLorimer, H. D.
Campion, Lieut.-Colonel W. R.Gilmour, Lt.-Col. Rt. Hon. Sir JohnLort-Williams, J.
Cassels, J. D.Greene, Lt.-Col. Sir W. (Hack'y, N.)Loyd, Arthur T. (Abingdon)
Cautley, Henry StrotherGreenwood, William (Stockport)Lumley, L. R.
Cayzer, Sir C. (Chester, City)Gretton, Colonel JohnLynn, R. J.
Cecil, Rt. Hon. Lord R. (Hitchin)Grigg, Sir EdwardM'Connell, Thomas E.
Chadwick, Sir Robert BurtonGuest, Col. Henry (Bristol, North)McCurdy, Rt. Hon. Charles A.
Chamberlain, Rt. Hon. N. (Ladywood)Guinness, Lieut.-Col. Hon. W. E.Macdonald, Sir Murdoch (Inverness)
Chapman, Sir S.Guthrie, Thomas MauleMacnaghten, Hon. Sir Malcolm
Churchman, Sir ArthurGwynne, Rupert S.Macnamara, Rt. Hon. Dr. T. J.
Clarry, Reginald GeorgeHacking, Captain Douglas H.McNeill, Ronald (Kent, Canterbury)
Clay. Lieut.-Colonel H. H. SpenderHall, Rr-Adml Sir W.(Liv'p'l, W.D'by)Makins, Brigadier-General E.
Clayton, G. C.Halstead, Major D.Malone, Major P. B. (Tottenham, S.)
Coates, Lt.-Col. NormanHamilton, Sir George C. (Altrincham)Margesson, H. D. R.
Cockerill, Brigadier-General G. K.Hannon, Patrick Joseph HenryMason, Lieut.-Col. C. K.
Colfox, Major Win. PhillipsHarmsworth, Hon. E. C. (Kent)Mercer, Colonel H.
Collie, Sir JohnHarrison, F. C.Milne, J. S. Wardlaw
Mitchell, W. F. (Saffron Walden)Remnant, Sir JamesSugden, Sir Wilfrid H.
Mitchell, Sir W. Lane (Streatham)Reynolds, W. G. W.Sutcllffe, T.
Moles, ThomasRhodes, Lieut.-Col. J. p.Sutherland, Sir William
Molloy, Major L. G. S.Richardson, Lt.-Col. Sir p. (Chrtsy)Sykes, Maj.-Gen. Frederick H.
Moore-Brabazon, Lieut.-Col. J. T. C.Roberts, Samuel (Hereford, Hereford)Terrell, Captain R. (Oxford, Henley)
Morden, Col. W. GrantRoberts, Sir S. (Sheffield, Ecclesall)Thomson, Luke (Sunderland)
Moreing, Captain Algernon H.Robertson, J. D. (Islington, W.)Thomson, F. C. (Aberdeen, S.)
Morrison, Hugh (Wilts, Salisbury)Rodgerson, Captain J. E.Titchfield, Marquess of
Morrison-Bell, Major A. C. (Honlton)Roundell, Colonel R. F.Tryon, Rt. Hon. George Clement
Murchison. C. K.Russell, Alexander West- (Tynemouth)Tubbs, S. W.
Nall, Major JosephRussell, William (Bolton)Vaughan-Morgan, Col. K. P.
Newton, Sir D. G. C. (Cambridge)Samuel, A. M. (Surrey, Farnham)Wallace, Captain E.
Nicholson, Brig.-Gen. J.(Westminster)Samuel, Samuel (W'deworth, Putney)Watson, Captain John Bertrand
Nicholson, William G. (Petersfield)Sanders, Colonel Sir Robert ArthurWatts, Dr. T. (Man., Withington)
Nield, Sir HerbertSanderson, Sir Frank B.Wells, S. R.
Norton-Griffiths, Lieut.-Col. Sir JohnShakespeare, G. H.Wheler, Col. Granville C. H.
Ormsby-Gore, Hon. WilliamSheffield. Sir BerkeleyWhite, Lt.-Col. G. D. (Southport)
Paget, T. G.Shepperson, E. W.Whitla, Sir William
Parker. Owen (Kettering)Shipwright, Captain D.Willey, Arthur
Penny, Frederick GeorgeSimms. Dr. John M. (Co. Down)Winterton, Earl
Percy, Lord Eustace (Hastings)Sinclair, Sir A.Wise, Frederick
Perkins, Colonel E. K.Skelton, A. N.Wolmer, Viscount
Perring, William GeorgeSomerville, A. A. (Windsor)Wood, Rt. Hn. Edward F. L. (Ripon)
Philipson, H. H.Somerville, D. G. (Barrow-in-Furn'ss)Woodcock, Colonel H. C.
Pielou, D. P.Sparkes, H. W.Worthington-Evans, Rt. Hon. Sir L.
Pownall, Lieut.-Colonel AsshetonSpears, Brig.-Gen. E. L.Yerburgh, R. D. T.
Price, E. G.Stanley, LordYoung, Rt. Hon. E. H. (Norwich)
Rankin, Captain James StuartSteel, Major S. Strang
Rawson, Lieut-Corn. A. C.Stewart, GershomTELLERS FOR THE AYES.—
Rees, Sir BeddoeStott, Lt.-Col. W. H.Golonel Gibbs and Major Barnston.
Reid, Capt. A. S. C. (Warrington)Strauss, Edward Anthony
Remer, J. R.Stuart, Lord C. Crichton-
Adamson, Rt. Hon. WilliamHay, Captain J. P. (Cathcart)Ritson, J.
Adamson, W. M. (Staff., Cannock)Henderson, T. (Glasgow)Robertson, J. (Lanark, Bothwell)
Alexander, A. v. (Sheffield, Hlllsbro')Herriotts, J.Robinson, W. C. (York, Elland)
Ammon, Charles GeorgeHill, A.Rose, Frank H.
Attlee, C. R.Hirst, G. H.Royce, William Stapleton
Barker, G. (Monmouth, Abertillery)Hodge, Lieut.-Col. P. (Preston)Scrymgeour, E.
Barnes, A.Hogge, James MylesSexton, James
Batey, JosephIrving, DanShaw, Thomas (Preston)
Benn, Captain Wedgwood (Leith)Jenkins, W. (Glamorgan, Neath)Shinwell, Emanuel
Berkeley, Captain ReginaldJohn. William (Rhondda, West)Short, Alfred (Wednesbury)
Bonwick, A.Johnston, J. (Stirling)Simon, Rt. Hon. Sir John
Broad, F. A.Jowett, F. W. (Bradford, East)Simpson, J. Hope
Bromfield, WilliamKenworthy, Lieut.-Commander J. M.Sitch, Charles H,
Brotherton, J.Kirkwood, D.Smith, T. (Pontefract)
Buchanan, G.Lambert, Rt. Hon. G.Snell, Harry
Burnle, Major J. (Bootle)Lansbury, GeorgeSnowden, Philip
Buxton, C. Roden (Accrington)Lawson, John JamesSpencer, George A.
Buxton, Noel (Norfolk, North)Leach, W.Steven, Campbell
Cairns, JohnLee, F.Stewart, J. (St. Rollox)
Cape, ThomasLinfield, r. C.Sullivan, J.
Chapple, W. A.Lunn, WilliamThomas, Rt. Hon. James H. (Derby)
Charleton, H. C.Mac Donald, J. R. (Aberavon)Thomas, Brig.-Gen. Sir O. (Anglesey)
Clarke, Sir E. C.M'Entee, V. L.Thorne, G. R. (Wolverhampton, E.)
Collins, Sir Godfrey (Greenock)McLaren, AndrewThornton, M.
Collins, Pat (Walsall)Maclean, Nell (Glasgow, Govan)Tout, W. J.
Collison, LevlMarch, S.Trevelyan, C. P.
Darbyshire, C. W.Martin, F. (Aberd'n & Kinc'd'ne, E.)Wallhead, Richard C.
Davies, Rhys John (Westhoughton)Maxton, JamesWalsh, Stephen (Lancaster, Ince)
Davison, J. E. (Smethwick)Middleton, G.Warne, G. H.
Dudgeon, Major C. R.Millar, J. D.Watson, W. M. (Dunfermline)
Dunnico, H.Morel, E. D.Watts-Morgan, Lt.-Col. D. (Rhondda)
Edmonds, G.Morrison, R. C. (Tottenham, N.)Wedgwood, Colonel Joslah C.
Edwards, C. (Monmouth, Bedwellty)Mosley, OswaldWeir, L. M.
Emlyn-Jones, J. E. (Dorset, N.)Muir, John W.Westwood, J.
Foot, IsaacMurnin, H.White, H. G. (Birkenhead, E.)
Gray, Frank (Oxford)Murray, Hon. A. C. (Aberdeen)Whiteley, W.
Greenall, T.Murray, R, (Renfrew, Western)Wignall, James
Grenfell, D. R. (Glamorgan)Nichol, RobertWilliams, David (Swansea, E.)
Greenwood, A. (Nelson and Coine)O'Grady, Captain JamesWilliams, Dr. J. H. (Llanelly)
Griffiths, T. (Monmouth, Pontypool)Oliver, George HenryWilliams, T. (York, Don Valley)
Groves, T.Paling, W.Wilson. C. H. (Sheffield, Attercliffe)
Grundy, T. W.Parkinson, John Allen (Wigan)Wilson, R. J. (Durham, Jarrow)
Guest, J. (York, Hemsworth)Phillipps, VivianWood. Major M. M. (Aberdeen, C.)
Hall, F. (York, W.R., Normanton)Ponsonby, ArthurWright, W.
Hall, G. H. (Merthyr Tydvll)Potts, John S.Young, Robert (Lancaster, Newton)
Harbord, H.Pringle, W. M. R.
Hardle, C. D.Richardson, R. (Houghton-le-Spring)TELLERS FOR THE NOES.—
Hartshorn, VernonRiley, BenMr. Spoor and Mr. Morgan Jones.

Question put, and agreed to.