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SEVENTEEN VOLUMES.

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HOUSE ; NATIONAL INSURANCE ; LAW, CRIME,

AND MISCELLANEOUS

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Private Bills and Private Business :

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0.002. Return of the Number of Private, Ilybrid, and Pro

Visional Order Bills introduced into the House of
Commons and brought from the House of Lords, and of
Acts passed in Session 1924; of all such Bills which have
been reported on by Committees on Opposed Private
Bills or by Committees nominated partly by the House
and partly by the Committee of Selection; of all such
Bills which have been referred by the Committee of
Selection to the Committee on Unopposed Bills; with
the names of the Members who served on each Com-
mittee; the number of days on which each Committee
sat; and the number of days on which each Member
attended ; and of the number of such Bills withdrawn

(in continuation of No. 0.001, of 1923). 0.003. Similar Return for Session 1924-5.

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Public Bills:
0.003. Return of the Number of Public Bills, distinguishing

Government from other Bills, introduced into this
House, or brought from the House of Lords, during
Session 1924; showing the Number which received the
Roval Assent; the Number which were Passed by this
House, but not by the House of Lords; the Number
Passed by the House of Lords, but not by this House;
and distinguishing the Stages at which Bills were
Dropped or Postponed and Rejected in either House of
Parliament in continuation of No. 0.002, of 1923).

97 0.004. Similar Return for Session 1924-5.

107

Public Petitions :
0.004. Return of the Number of Public Petitions Presented and

Printed in Session 1924; with the Total Number of
Signatures in that Session in continuation of No. 0.003,
of 1923).

115 0.005. Similar Return for Session 1924-5.

117

Select Committees :
0.005. Return of the Number of Select Committees appointed

in Session 1924, and the Court of Referees; the Sub-
jects of Inquiry ; the Names of the Members appointed
to Serve on each, and of the Chairman of each; the
Number of Days each Committee met, and the Number
of Days each Member attended; the Total Expense of
the Attendance of Witnesses at each Select Committee,
and the Name of the Member who Moved for such

Select Committee; also the Total Number of Members who Served on Select Committees (in continuation of

No. 0.004, of 1923). 0.001. Similar Return for Session 1924-5.

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Standing Committees : Return for Session 1924 of the Total Number and the Names of all Members who have been appointed to serve on one or more of the six Standing Committees; the number of Bills considered by all and by each of the Standing Committees; the number of days on which each Committee sat, and the names of all Bills considered by a Standing Committee (in continuation of No. 0.005, of 1923).

143 0.002. Similar Return for Session 1924-5.

155

Standing Orders : 182. Standing Orders of the House of Commons, 1925. Part

I, Public Business; Part II, Private Business; with
Tables of Fees, and Index.

169

Members of Parliament: 123. Return of the Names of every Member returned to serve

in the Thirty-third Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland appointed to meet the 8th day of January, 1924, and dissolved the 9th day of October, 1924, specifying the name of the County, City, University, or Place for which each Member was returned in continuation of No. 134, of 1924).

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NATIONAL INSURANCE :

National Health Insurance Fund : [Cmd. 2484]. Appendix to the National Health Insurance

Fund Accounts showing Receipts and Payments for the year 1922 of Approved Societies lusurance Committees, and the Special Fund Constituted under Section 27 of the National Health Insurance Act, 1918.

559 44. Accounts of the National Health Insurance Fund

(England), the Welsh National Health Insurance Fund, and the Scottish National Health Insurance Fund. showing the Receipts and Payments during the year 1923; with the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General thereon.

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