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in number, suggestion, Webster 192-4-Waste, tonnage, Codling
302-1. PEEL, MR.—Post Office, practice re receipt of Parliamentary papers and
proposed receipt of one set only, 373–89. Post Office. -Parliamentary papers, requirements, Scorgie 577–8, 582— Practice re receipt of Parliamentary papers and proposed receipt of one
set only, Peel 373–89. Public Accounts, Select Committee on, Report and evidence.—Codling
249–53. Public Record Office.- Automatic distribution of Parliamentary papers to,
to be discontinued, Codling 517. Public Works Loan Board.—Automatic distribution of Parliamentary
papers to, new system, Codling 517.
Ꭱ. RAE, JAMES, Assistant Secretary, H.M. Treasury, 433-472. Treasury.- Printing and Stationery Committee, 451, 469-70_Supply
of Parliamentary papers to, system and proposals, 434–68. Registrar-General.-- Automatic distribution of Parliamentary papers to,
to be reduced, Codling 517.
S. SCORGIE, COLONEL N. G., Deputy-Controller of H.M. Stationery Office,
571-663. Hilvertiseinenis, 605–21, 625–39, 648-60- Board of Trade Journal,
584–602, 605-6, 609–10, 612–3, 616–21, 625, 630, 653— Labour Gazette, 623, 625–9, 632–5, 640-2, 663——London Gazette, 603-4
Marine Observer, 608, 622, 633. Parliamentary Papers.--Automatic distribution, replies to circular,
571-82- Object and nature of, 583— Prices, 622-4, 644-7,
661-3 -Publicity work, 640-3. Select Committee Reports.-Reduction in number supplied not suggested,
It'ebster 195. SHINE, E. B., Principal Establishment Officer, Ministry of Agriculture
and Fisheries, 345–72. Practice re receiving Parliamentary papers and question as to possi
bility of reducing number of sets received, 345–72. Standing Committees, Reports.-Number sent to Vote Office, reduction
suggested, ITebster 191-2--Numbers printed and numbers sold,
Codling 36–41. Standing Orders.-Printing of, essential, Webster 179. Stationery Office.-Sale Offic stocks kept by, Codling 150-5- Waste
paper, sale, method, Codling 305–8.
Trade, Board of.-Automatic distribution of Parliamentary papers to, new
system, Codling 517-20. Journal: Advertisements in, Scorgie 593, 605-6, 609–10, 612–3, 616-21,
625, 630, 653— Financial particulars, etc., Scorgie 584-602--Price, Scorgie 663.
Trade, Board of—continued.
question of, Maunder 481-9- -Retention of reserve copies of Parlia
mentary papers in, system, Maunder 473, 474-6, 501-10. Practice re receipt of Parliamentary papers and proposals re reduction
in number, Maunder 473-512- -Publications, Committee for revision
and reduction, Maunder 498_500. Trade and Navigation Accounts.-Demand for, Codling 50–4, 253
Number printed, total cost, price and number of surplus copies,
Codling 50—--Revenue from, Codling 55–63. Treasury.-Correspondence between Bank of England and, printing of, by
order of the House, Il'ebster 179A-89. Parliamentary papers distributed to: Automatic, proposed reduction
by 33} per cent., Rae 434, 435, 439, 446— -Circulation within the Treasury, system, Rae 434 Number and scope, considerations in connection with, Rae 434, 444-5, 455–6- Requirements, Scorgie 577-8 Return of surplus to Stationery Office, Rae 434, 447-9 Review of number at end of each Parliamentary Session, proposed, Rae 434, 440, 446- System and adoption of pink paper system not
considered feasible, Rae 452–68- - Three sets proposed, Rae 443, 450. Printing and Stationery Committee, Rae 451, 469–70. Treasury Solicitor.--Automatic distribution of Parliamentary papers to,
new system, Codling 521.
U. United States Embassy.--Supply of Parliamentary papers to, Codling 266.
Wallace Collection.- Automatic distribution of Parliamentary papers to,
Codling 26__70, selection to be made in future, Codling 521.
Business of the House Returns, p. 16, 174–9.
ments, systein on lines of pink paper, suggestion, 195–201, 220-5Printing, procedure, 179, 201-13- -Printing of small number of certain, question of, 213-6 Question as to whether certain papers need not be printed, 203-13, 215- Short delivery, 191--Supplied
to Vote Office, 192–4. Rules and Regulations to which the House has right to make objection,
etc., 179 -Select Committee Reports, 195- -Standing Committee Reports, 191-2---Standing Orders, 179—--Treasury, correspondence
with Bank of England, 1794-89. Il’elsh Board of Health.-Automatic distribution of Parliamentary papers
to, new system, Codling 521. Writing paper, envelopes, etc.—Qualities supplied to Departments and
House of Commons, 1st Report 2 (a); Codling 310–26.
STANDING COMMITTEE B
Public Health (Smoke
PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE.
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,
24th November, 1926.
To be purchased directly from
ADASTRAL HOUSE, KINGSWAY, LONDON, W.C. 2 ;
1, ST. ANDREW's CRESCENT, CARDIFF ;
or through any Bookseller.
STANDING COMMITTEE B.
PUBLIC HEALTH (SMOKE ABATEMENT) BILL (LORDS).
Read a second time, and committed to a Standing Committee on the 22nd June, and allocated by Mr. Speaker to the Committee on the 24th June.
The Committee was constituted as follows:
Major Sir RICHARD BARNETT, appointed Chairman 15th November. *Albery, Mr.
*Jones, Mr. Haydn *Allen, Mr. Sandeman
Luce, Maj. Gen. Sir Richard *Astbury, Commander
*Lunn, Mr. Beamish, Rear-Admiral
Meyer, Sir Frank *Birchall, Major
*Preston, Mr. Brass, Captain
*Ramsden, Mr. Cazalet, Captain
Riley, Mr. *Chamberlain, Mr. Neville *Russell, Mr. Cluse, Mr.
Sanderson, Sir Frank Colfox, Major
*Scurr, Mr. Courtauld, Major
Shepherd, Mr. *Davies, Dr. Vernon
Slaney, Major KenyonDean, Mr.
Stott, Lieut.-Colonel Forrest, Mr.
Sugden, Sir Wilfred *Fremantle, Lieut.-Colonel
*Taylor, Mr. Gibbins, Mr.
Thomson, Mr. Trevelyan *Greenwood, Mr. Arthur
Tinker, Mr. *Gunston, Captain
Tinne, Mr. Hammersley, Mr.
*Waterhouse, Captain Heneage, Lieut.-Colonel
Watts-Morgan, Lieut.-Colonel Hilton, Mr.
*Wiggins, Mr. Hirst, Mr. George
Williams, Mr. Herbert *Holbrook, Colonel Sir Arthur Womersley, Mr. Jenkins, Mr.
Wood, Mr. Edmund Jephcott, Mr.
*Wood, Sir Kingsley
• Added in respect of the Public Health (Smoke Abatement) Bill (Lords].