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Orders of the Day — ROAD TRAFFIC (Recommitted) BILL [Lords].: Fifth Schedule. — (Enactments Repealed.) (22 Jul 1930)

Bill re-committed to a Committee of the Whole House in respect of the Amendments to Clause 118, page 92, line 7, and Clause 119, page 95, line 19, standing in the name of Mr. Secretary Adamson as Amendments to be moved on re-committal.—[Mr. Herbert Morrison.]

Naval Treaty. ( 2 Jun 1930)

Mr Ronald Ross: ...battle fleets, the United States have the best of the bargain, because taking it on a gun basis, the United States can put in the line, when these ships have been scrapped, 160 heavy guns against 118 British guns. We are scrapping five to their three. If you work out the situation under that long table in the Washington agreement, I suggest to the First Lord that our position was better...

Orders of the Day — Education Bill. (29 May 1930)

Lord Eustace Percy: ...has said. On the programme which the local authorities are at present working, for every 100 senior places in the country as a whole, there will be 115 senior children in 1933, 120 in 1934, 118 in 1935, and 112 in 1936. During that period these children will be taught in more or less crowded classes, in fact they will be marking time. What the right hon. Gentleman has put forward does not...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Recruiting, Lancashire. (27 May 1930)

...months of 1928–29. — West Lancashire Zone. East Lancashire Zone. 1928–29. 1929–30. 1928–29. 1929–30. November … … … … … 85 85 197 123 December … … … … … 64 63 118 112 January … … … … … 225 184 319 240 February … … … … … 99 100 136 105 March … … … … … 82 91 98 112 April … … … … … 101 86 125 136 Total … …...

Home Office. ( 7 May 1930)

Mr Rhys Davies: ...will constitute a separate health department for this service. The Home Secretary replied: The medical inspectors of factories are appointed in pursuance of the general powers conferred by Section 118 of the Factory and Workshops Act, 1901, for the appointment of such inspectors as may be necessary for the execution of the Act. They constitute a separate, but integral, part of the Factory...

Orders of the Day — Omnibuses Bill. ( 7 Feb 1930)

The House divided: Ayes, 203; Noes, 118.

Oral Answers to Questions — Questions to Ministers. ( 4 Feb 1930)

Sir Nicholas Grattan-Doyle: On a point of Order. May I ask at this point, Scottish questions having finished, whether you will allow an extra 10 minutes or a quarter of an hour, in justice to other Members who have 118 questions on the Paper, in view of the inordinate time taken by the Scottish questions?

ROAD TRAFFIC BILL [Lords]. ( 4 Feb 1930)

Read the First time; to be read a Second time upon Monday next, and to be printed. [Bill 118.]

Business of the House. (27 Jan 1930)

Division No. 118.] AYES. [3.54 p.m. Adamson, Rt. Hon. W. (Fife, West) Grenfell, D. R. (Glamorgan) Montague, Frederick Adamson, W. M. (Staff., Cannock) Groves, Thomas E. Morgan, Dr. H. B. Addison, Rt. Hon. Dr. Christopher Grundy, Thomas W. Morley, Ralph Aitchison, Rt. Hon. Craigie M. Hall, F. (York, W. R., Normanton) Morris-Jones, Dr. J. H. (Denbigh) Alpass, J. H. Hall, G. H. (Merthyr...

Orders of the Day — Blasphemy Laws (Amendment) Bill. (24 Jan 1930)

The House divided: Ayes, 71; Noes, 118.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: School-Leaving Age (Maintenance Allowances). (19 Dec 1929)

Mr Charles Trevelyan: authorities and the payment of grant by the Exchequer will following the normal course, form the subject of regulations which will he made by the Board under the provisions of Section 118 of the Education Act, and these regulations will be framed in accordance with the decisions to which the Government have come on the subject and which I am about to explain to the House. The...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Class X. ( 8 May 1929)

118. "That a sum, not exceeding £7,000, be granted to His Majesty, to complete the sum necessary to defray the Charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1930, for the payment of Grants in respect of Local Rates on certain Private Mineral Railways."

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill, ( 8 May 1929)

...and thirty, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament," presented accordingly, and read the First time; to be read a Second time To-morrow, and to be printed. [Bill 118.]

Oral Answers to Questions — Cinematograph Films Act. (19 Mar 1929)

Mr Philip Lloyd-Greame: 263 British films, including 118 long films, have been registered, and of these 234 were produced in this country. I have not the necessary information to answer the second part of the question.

Companies Act (1928) (Appointed Day). (19 Mar 1929)

Mr Albert Alexander: ...move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to amend Section one hundred and eighteen of the Companies Act, 1928. The House will remember that last year this Parliament passed a very long Bill, of 118 Clauses, which involved very important and far-reaching amendments to the group of legislation which governs the registration, constitution and practice of joint stock companies. It may also...

Oral Answers to Questions — Wet Clothes and Boots (Drying Facilities).: Secondary Education, South Wales. (14 Mar 1929)

...Secondary School the tuition fee includes books. Caerphilly Secondary School 138 125 — 263 — 263 Nil. Cowbridge High Schaol for Girls. — 127 81 46 — 46 5 0 0 Garw Secondary School 106 118 — 222 2 224 Nil. Maesteg Secondary School 179 106 132 128 25 153 4 10 0 Ogmore Secondary School 152 100 — 250 2 252 Nil. Pontardawe Secondary School 131 105 — 233 3 236 Nil. Port...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance (Northern Ireland Agreement) [Money]. (26 Feb 1929)

The Committee divided: Ayes, 216; Noes, 118.

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