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1-[Dec. 10.] Expiring Laws Continuance

Bill to continue certain expiring laws.
2-[Dec. 10.] Agricultural Rates (Additional Grant) Con-

tinuance
Bill to continue in force for one year the Agricultural

Rates Act, 1923, to continue for so long as the said
Act remains in force the charge on the Consolidated
Fund of the additional annual grants payable there-
under, and to amend the said Act in its application

to the Isles of Scilly.
3—[Dec. 10.] Canals (Continuance of Charging Powers)

Bill to provide for the continuance of charging powers

in respect of canal or inland navigation undertakings
of which possession was retained or taken by the
Minister of Transport under the Ministry of Trans-

port Act, 1919.
4-[Dec. 10.] Buckhaven and Methil Burgh Order Con-

firmation
Bill to confirm a Provisional Order under the Private

Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1899, relating

to Buckhaven and Methil Burgh.
5—[Dec. 10.] Ministry of Health Provisional Order Con-

firmation (Blackpool Order) [H...]
Bill intituled an Act to confirm a Provisional Order

of the Minister of Health relating to Blackpool. 64[Dec. 11.] Law of Property (Amendment) [H...]

Bill intituled an Act to amend the Law of Property

Act, 1922, and the enactments thereby affected, and
to facilitate the consolidation of the law relating to
conveyancing and property, settled land, trustees,
the registration of pending actions, annuities, writs,
orders, deeds of arrangement and land charges,
the administration of estates, the registration of

title to land and university and college estates.
7—[Dec. 10.] Anglo-Italian Treaty (East African Terri-

tories)
Bill to approve a Treaty between His Majesty and the

King of Italy.
8—[Dec. 11.] Westlothian (Bathgate District) Water Order

Confirmation
Bill to confirm a Provisional Order under the Private

Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1899, relating

to Westlothian (Bathgate District) Water.
9-[Dec. 11.] Glasgow Corporation Order Confirma-

tion [H.L.]
Bill intituled an Act to confirm a Provisional Order

under the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland)
Act, 1899, relating to Glasgow Corporation. Brought

from the Lords 11th December, 1924.
10--[Dec. 11.] Law of Property Act (Postponement) [H.L.]

Bill intituled an Act to postpone the coming into

operation of the Law of Property Act, 1922, until
the first day of January, nineteen hundred and

twenty-six.
11—[Dec. 11.] China Indemnity (Application)

Bill to make further provision for the application

of money paid on account of the China Indemnity.

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Bess. No.
12—[Dec. 12.] Irish Free State Land Purchase (Loan

Guarantee)
Bill to authorise the Treasury to guarantee a loan

to be raised by the Government of the Irish Free
State for the purposes of Land Purchase in that

State.
13—[Dec. 15.] Northern Ireland Land

Bill to amend the Law relating to the Occupation

and Ownership of Land in Northern Ireland; and

for other purposes relating thereto.
14—[Dec. 18.] Dumfries and Maxwelltown Bridge Order

Confirmation
Bill to confirm a Provisional Order under the Private

Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1899, relating

to Dumfries and Maxwelltown Bridge.
15—[Dec. 18.] Ancient Monuments Preservation Order Con-

firmation
Bill to confirm a Preservation Order of the Com-

missioners of Works under the Ancient Monuments
Consolidation and Amendment Act, 1913, in relation
to the Earthworks in the parish of Colchester in the

County of Essex.
16—[Dec. 18.] Importation of Pedigree Animals

Bill to amend the law with respect to the landing

in Great Britain of pedigree animals brought from

His Majesty's dominions.
17—[Dec. 18.] Church of Scotland (Property and Endow-

ments)
Bill to amend the law relating to Teinds and to the
Stipends of Ministers of the Church of Scotland,
and the tenure of the Property and Endowments of

that Church, and for purposes connected therewith. 18—[Dec. 19.] British Sugar (Subsidy). ...

Bill to provide for the payment of a subsidy in respect

of sugar and molasses manufactured in Great
Britain during a period of ten years beginning on
the first day of October, nineteen hundred and
twenty-four, from beet grown in Great Britain and
to charge a duty of excise on sugar and molasses
manufactured in Great Britain and Northern

Ireland from beet grown in those countries. 19—[Dec. 19.] War Charges (Validity)

Bill to make valid certain charges imposed and levies

made during the late War. 20—[Feb. 11.) Wireless Telegraphy and Signalling ...

Bill to re-enact and amend the law relating to wireless

telegrahpy, and to make provision with respect to
visual and sound signalling, and the use of etheric

waves for the transmission of energy.
21—[Feb. 12.] Dundee Corporation and Water and Gas Order

Confirmation
Bill to confirm a Provisional Order under the Private

Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1899 relating

to Dundee Corporation and Water and Gas. 22—[Feb. 13.] Marriages Provisional Order

Bill to confirm a Provisional Order made by one of His

Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State under the
Marriages Validity (Provisional Orders) Acts, 1905
and 1924.

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23—[Feb. 13.] Workmen's Compensation

Bill to amend the Workmen's Compensation Act, 1923. 24—[Feb. 13.] Representation of the People .

Bill to assimilate the parliamentary franchises for men

and women, and to reduce the qualifying age for
the university and local government franchises for

women.
25—[Feb. 13.] Trade Union (Political Fund)

Bill to amend the law relating to the raising and

application of funds by trade unions for political

purposes, and for other matters incidental thereto. 26—[Feb. 13.] Summer Time

Bill to provide for the permanent adoption of summer

time. 27—[Feb. 13.] Allotments

Bill to facilitate the acquisition and maintenance of

allotments, and to make further provision for the

security of tenure of tenants of allotments. 28—[Feb. 13.] Coal Mines (Minimum Wage) ...

Bill to amend the Coal Mines (Minimum Wage) Act,

1912. 29—[Feb. 13.] Adoption of Children

Bill to make further provision for the adoption of

children by suitable persons. 30—[Feb. 13.] Seeds Act (1920) Amendment

Bill to amend the Seeds Act, 1920. 31—[Feb. 13.] Hours of Industrial Employment...

Bill to limit the hours of work in industrial under

takings.
32—[Feb. 13.)-Representation of the People Act (1918)

Amendment
Bill to amend the Representation of the People Act,

1918, in respect of absent voters.
33—[Feb. 13.] Building Materials (Charges and Supply) ...

Bill to prevent excessive charges for building materials,

and to make provision for securing an adequate
supply of such materials, and for other purposes

incidental thereto.
34—[Feb. 13.] Prevention of Unemployment

Bill to make provision for the prevention of unemploy

ment, to provide for the proper treatment of unem-
ployed persons, and for other purposes connected

therewith.
35—[Feb. 13.] Abolition of Capital Punishment

Bill to provide for the abolition of capital punishment,

and to substitute other punishments therefor, and

for purposes connected with the matters aforesaid. .36—(Feb. 13.] Employment of Disabled Ex-Service Men

Bill to make the employment of ex-service men disabled

by wounds in the service of their King and Country

compulsory. 37—[Feb. 13.] Co-partnership

Bill to promote the more general adoption of co-partner

ship between Capital and Labour by statutory and
other companies.

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Sess. No.
38—[Feb. 13.] Public Health

Bill to amend the Public Health Acts, 1875 to 1907,

and the Baths and Washhouses Acts, 1846 to 1899,
in respect of matters for which provision is commonly
made in local Acts, and for other purposes relating

to the public health. 39—[Feb. 13.] Blind Persons

Bill to amend the Blind Persons Act, 1920. 40—[Feb. 13.] Local Authorities (Enabling)

Bill to extend the powers of local authorities in matters

of finance and municipal trading
41-[Feb. 13.] Seditious and Blasphemous Teaching to

Children
Bill to prevent the teaching of seditious and

blasphemous doctrines and methods to children; and

for other purposes connected therewith. 42-[Feb. 13.] Vinegar

Bill to prevent the fraudulent sale of liquids or products

made in imitation of and purporting to be vinegar. 43-[Feb. 13.] Rating of Machinery

Bill to amend the law relating to hereditaments con

taining machinery. 44-[Feb. 13.] Rural Cottages

Bill to provide housing accommodation for agricul

tural workers. 45—[Feb. 13.] Sale of Food and Drugs Act (1875) Amendment

Bill to amend the Sale of Food and Drugs Act, 1875,

by regulating the liability of milk producers in

respect of milk adulteration. 46—[Feb. 13.] Nationalisation of Mines and Minerals

Bill to nationalise the Mines and Minerals of Great

Britain, and to provide for the national winning,
distribution, and sale of coal and other minerals,
and for other purposes connected therewith. [Not

PRINTED.]
47—[Feb. 13.] Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act (1919)

Amendment
Bill to amend the law with respect to disqualifica-

tion on account of sex. [NOT PRINTED.] 48—[Feb. 13.] Renewal of Leases

Bill to make provision with respect to the renewal of

leases and other contracts of tenancy, and for

purposes connected therewith. 49—[Feb. 13.] Rating

Bill to make provision with respect to the rating of

the owners and lessees of unoccupied houses, and

for purposes connected therewith. 50—[Feb. 13.) Licensing (Wales)

Bill to amend the law relating to licensing in Wales

and Monmouthshire. 51-[Feb. 13.] Moneylenders' Restriction

Bill to prohibit advertising and circularising by regis

tered moneylenders. [Not PRINTED.] 52—{Feb. 13.] Bastardy

Bill to amend the Bastardy Laws, and to make
further and better provision with regard to bastard
children; and for other purposes in connection
therewith.

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Soss. No.
53—[Feb. 13.] Rating of Land Values

Bill to provide for the valuation of land and for the

rating of Land Values; and for other purposes

connected therewith. [Not PRINTED.] 54—[Feb. 13.] Dramatic and Musical Performers' Protection

Bill to prevent unauthorised reproductions of dramatic

and musical performances. 55—[Feb. 13.] Rabbits and Rooks...

Bill to enable Local Authorities in certain cases to

provide for the destruction of Rabbits and Rooks. 56—[Feb. 13.] Performing Animals

Bill to regulate the Exhibition and training of Perform

ing Animals. [Not PRINTED.] 57—[Feb. 13.] Guardianship of Infants

Bill to amend the Law with respect to the Guardian

ship, Custody and Marriage of Infants. 58—[Feb. 13.] Borough Councillors (Alteration of Number)

Bill to make provision with respect to the number or

councillors of boroughs, and metropolitan boroughs,

and matters incidental thereto.
59—[Feb. 13.] Poor Law Emergency Provisions Continuance

(Scotland)
Bill to extend further the duration of the Poor Law

Emergency Provisions (Scotland) Act, 1921, and to
amend certain provisions of that Act as amended by
the Local Authorities (Emergency Provisions) Act,
1923, and the Poor Law Emergency Provisions Con-

tinuance (Scotland) Act, 1924.
60—[Feb. 13.] Public Health (Scotland) Amendment

Bill to authorise local authorities under the Public

Health (Scotland) Act, 1897, to make arrangements
for providing medicines and treatment to persons
suffering from diabetes, and for purposes connected

therewith.
61--[Feb. 13.) Agricultural Returns

Bill to facilitate the preparation of Agricultural

Statistics
62—[Feb. 16.] Elizabeth Fry Refuge and Refuge for the

Destitute
Bill to confirm a Scheme of the Charity Commissioners

for the application or management of the Charities
in the county of London called or known as the
Elizabeth Fry Refuge and the Refuge for the

Destitute.
63—[Feb. 16.] Offices Regulation

Bill to regulate offices and the employment of young

persons therein; and for other purposes connected

therewith. 64—[Feb. 16.] Former Enemy Aliens (Disabilities Removal)

Bill to repeal certain enactments imposing disabilities

on former enemy aliens. 65—[Feb. 17.] William Preston Idemnity

Bill to indemnify and relieve William Preston, Esquire

from any penal consequences which he may have
incurred or suffered by sitting or voting as a member
of the House of Commons during a time when he was
executing, holding or enjoying a contract, agreement
or commission made or entered into with the Post-
master-General, and for purposes incidental thereto.

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