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“(8) Providing for the enforcement of the regula

tions in any district by the local authority having power in that district to grant licences

to keep petroleum spirit”; and in page 15, line 32, after the word “section," by inserting the words “shall be recovered in manner directed by the Summary Jurisdiction Acts and” (Captain Hacking),- instead thereof.

Another Amendment proposed, in page 18, line 12, after the word “inspector,” to insert the words "and an inspector appointed by a local authority"-(Sir Douglas Newton). -Question, “ That those words be there inserted,”-put, and negatived.

Schedule, as amended, agreed to.

Schedule 4, agreed to.

New Schedule (“Fees payable in respect of licences to keep petroleum spirit”)–(Čaptain Hacking)—brought up, and read the first and second time, and added to the Bill.

Ordered : To Report the Bill, as amended, to the House.

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FROM

STANDING COMMITTEE C

ON THE

POLICE PENSIONS BILL

WITH THE

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE.

Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,

29th July, 1926.

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STANDING COMMITTEE O.

POLICE PENSIONS BILL.-Read a second time, and committed

to a Standing Committee on the 4th June, and allocated by Mr. Speaker to the Committee on the 19th July.

The Committee was constituted as follows :

Sir ROBERT SANDERS, appointed Chairman 23rd July. Alexander, Mr. Ernest

Holt, Captain Alexander, Sir William

Hopkinson, Mr. *Beckett. Sir Gervase

Hudson, Mr. James Briant, Mr.

Hume, Sir George Burman, Mc.

Jones, Mr. Mardy Cadogan, Mc.

*Joynson-Hicks, Secretary Clarry, Mr.

Sir W. *Clayton, Mr.

Kelly, Mr. Cowan, Sir Henry

Lamb, Mr. ('roft, Brig-Gen. Sir Henry Looker, Mr. Page

MacIntyre, Mr. Davies, Mr. Evan

Manningham-Buller, Sir *Davies, Mr. Rhys

Mervyn Dennison, Mr.

*Moles, Mr. Edmondson. Mr.

* Montague, Mr. Elveden, Viscount

Morrison, Mr. Robert *Falle, Sir Bertram

Newton, Sir Douglas Fenby, Mr.

Rawson, Sir Cooper Fielden, Mr.

Rentoul, Mr. Gault, Lieut.-Colonel

*Russell, Mr. Glyn, Major

Sandeman, Mr. Grant, Sir James

*Sandon, Viscount Grenfell, Mr. David

*Slesser, Sir Henry Grotrian, Mr.

Townend, Mr. *Hacking, Captain

Viant, Mr. Hall, Mr. George

Wallhead, Mr. Hannon, Mr.

Ward, Lieut.-Colonel Lambert Hardie, Mr.

Warner, Brigadier-General Harmsworth, Mr.

Waterhouse, Captain *Harney, Mr.

*Watts, Dr. Hartington, Marquess of

Wiggins, Mr. *Harvey, Mr. George

Williams, Mr. C. P. *Hayes, Mr.

Williams, Mr. Thomas Henn, Sir Sydney

Womersley, Mr.

* Added in respect of the Police Pensions Bill.

R E POR T.

STANDING COMMITTEE C, to whom the POLICE

Pensions Bill was referred ;--Have gone through the Bill and agreed to report the same without Amendment.

29th July, 1926.

STANDING COMMITTEE C.

Thursday, 29th July, 1926.

MEMBERS PRESENT :

Sir ROBERT SANDERS in the Chair. Mr. Cadogan

Mr. MacIntyre Mr. Clayton

Mr. Montague Mr. Rhys Davies

Mr. Russell Mr. Fenby

Viscount Sandon Sir James Grant

Mr. Townend Captain Hacking

Mr. Viant Mr. Hardie

Mr. Wallhead Mr. Harney

Brigadier-General Warner Mr. George Harvey

Dr. Watts Mr. Hayes

Mr. Wiggins Mr. James Hudson

Mr. Thomas Williams Sir George Hume

POLICE PENSIONS BILL.

Clause 1, agreed to.

Clause 2.

Amendment proposed, in page 1, line 18, to leave out all the words from the word "

authority” to the word “

pay” in page 2, line 1, in order to insert the word “shall”-(Mr. Hayes),-instead thereof.—Question put, “That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Clause.”—The Committee divided :

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Ordered : To Report the Bill, without Amendment, to the House.

Printed under the authority of His MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE
by J. B. Nichols & Sons, Parliament Mansions, Westminster, S.W. I.

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