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LEGITIMACY BILL (LORDS.]

Clause 1.

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Amendment proposed, in page 1, line 15, to leave out sub-section (2)– (Mr. Rhys Davies).—Question put, “ That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Clause.” -The Committee divided :

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Amendment made, in page 3, line 33, after the word “person,” by inserting the words " (including those relating to the rate of death duties)”—(Captain Hacking).

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 6.

Amendment made, in page 4, line 4, at the end, by adding the words:

( ) Where the marriage leading to the legitimation of a child took place before the fourth day of January, nineteen hundred and twenty-six, and the father of the child died before that date, the child shall, for the purpose of determining rights to pension or additional allowance under The Widows, Orphans', and Old Age Contributory Pensions Act, 1925, be deemed to have been a child of the marriage living at that date :

Provided that nothing in this sub-section shall confer any right to claim any payment in respect of any period prior to the date of legitimation " -(Mr. Solicitor

General).
Clause, as amended, agreed to.

[Clause 7, omitted by the Lords to avoid questions of privilege, to be brought up as a New Clause.]

Clause 8. Amendment made, in page 4, line 30, after the word person,” by inserting the words “(including those relating to the rate of death duties)”—(Captain Hacking).

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clauses 9 to 12, agreed to.

New Clause (" Death Duties ") brought up, and read the first time as follows:

“Where a legitimated person or any relative of a legitimated person takes any interest in real or personal property, any succession legacy or other duty which becomes leviable after the date of legitimation shall be payable at the same rate as if the legitimated person

had been born legitimate"(Captain Hacking). Motion made, and Question, “ That the Clause be read a second time,”-put, and agreed to.

Clause added to the Bill.

Schedule, agreed to.

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

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STANDING COMMITTEE B.

LOCAL AUTHORITIES (EMERGENCY PROVISIONS) BILL.

-Read a second time, and committed to a Standing Committee on the 17th March, and allocated by Mr. Speaker to the Committee on the 18th March.

The Committee was constituted as follows :

Mr. Ellis DAVIES, appointed Chairman 23rd March. *Allen, Mr. Sandeman

*March, Mr. *Applin, Colonel

Meyer, Sir Frank *Chamberlain, Mr. Neville *Morrison, Mr. Hugh Cluse, Mr.

Oliver, Mr. Cockerill, Brigadier-General *Peto, Mr. Geoffrey Colfox, Major

*Preston, Mr. Courtauld, Major

*Remer, Mr. Craig, Mr. Ernest

*Remnant, Sir James Davies, Sir Thomas

Riley, Mr. Dean, Mr.

Sanderson, Sir Frank Eden, Captain

*Scurr, Mr. Forrest, Mr.

Shepherd, Mr. *Gates, Mr.

Slaney, Major Kenyon Gault, Lieut.-Colonel

Stott, Lieut.-Colonel Gibbins, Mr.

Sugden, Sir Wilfrid Glyn, Major

Sykes, Maj. Gen. Sir Frederick Hammersley, Mr.

*Thorne, Mr. William *Harris, Mr.

Thomson, Mr. Trevelyan Hirst, Mr. George

Tinker, Mr. Jenkins. Mr.

Warner, Brigadier-General Jephcott, Mr.

Womersley, Mr. *Lansbury, Mr.

*Wood, Sir Kingsley Luce, Major-Gen. Sir Richard

* Added in respect of the Local Authorities (Emergency Provisions) Bill.

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