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Chairman withheld his assent, and declined then to put that Question.

Debate resumed : Question, “ That the words ' reference committees stand part of the Clause,'

- put, and agreed to.

Another Amendment proposed, in page 8, line 26, at the end, to insert the words “provided that tenants or landlords may submit direct to such reference committees questions for determination without the intervention of the court but with the right of appeal thereto”(Dr. Chapple). -Question proposed, " That those words be there inserted.”

Debate arising : Mr. Neville Chamberlain rose in his place, and claimed to move, “ That the Question be now put.”—Question put, “ That the Question be now put.' The Committee divided :

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Ayes, 26.

Mr. Ernest Alexander

Colonel Mercer
Lieut.-Commander Astbury Lord Eustace Percy
Captain Brass

Sir Philip Pilditch
Mr. Neville Chamberlain Mr. Privett
Sir Samuel Chapman Lieut.-Colonel Rhodes
Mr. Thomas Davies

Lieut.-Colonel Sir Philip Mr Harvey Dixon

Richardson Major Edmondson

Mr. Samuel Roberts Captain Elliot

Mr. James Stewart Mr. Fawkes

Dr. Watts Lieut.-Colonel Fremantle Mr. Wells Mr. Harrison

Lieut.-Colonel Wheler Mr. Lorimer

Lieut.-Col. Windsor-Clive Mr. Thomas Loyd

Noes, 13.

Mr. Adams
Dr, Chapple
Mr. Ede
Mr. Fairbairn
Mr. Groves
Mr. Thomas Henderson
Mr. Hill

Mr. Harcourt Johnstone
Mr. G. W. H. Jones
Mr. Mardy Jones
Mr. Mosley
Mr. Trevelyan Thomson
Mr. Turner

Question put accordingly, “ That those words be there inserted.”—The Committee divided :

A yes, 15.

Mr. Adams
Dr. Chapple
Mr. Ede
Mr. Fairbairn
Mr. Groves
Mr. Thomas Henderson
Mr. Hill
Mr. Harcourt Johnstone

Mr. G. W. H. Jones
Mr. Mardy Jones
Mr. Mosley
Mr. James Stewart
Mr. Sullivan
Mr. Trevelyan Thomson
Mr. Turner

Noes, 25.

Mr. Ernest Alexander Mr. Thomas Loyd
Lieut.-Commander Asthury Colonel Mercer
Captain Brass

Lord Eustace Percy
Mr. Neville Chamberlain Sir Philip Pilditch
Sir Samuel Chapman

Mr. Privett Mr. Thomas Davies

Lieut.-Colonel Rhodes Mr. Harvey Dixon

Lieut.-Colonel Sir Philip Major Edmondson

Richardson Captain Elliot

Mr. Samuel Roberts Mr. Fawkes

Dr. Watts Lieut.-Colonel Fremantle Mr. Wells Mr. Harrison

Lieut.-Colonel Wheler Mr. Lorimer

Lieut.-Col. Windsor-Clive

Clause agreed to.

[Adjourned till Monday next, at 4 o'clock.

Monday, 2nd July, 1923.

MEMBERS PRESENT :

Mr. Hopge in the Chair.
Mr. Ernest Alexander Sir Francis Lowe
Captain Brass

Mr. Thomas Loyd
Sir William Buli

Mr. McEntee Mr. Neville Chamberlain Colonel Mercer Dr. Chapple

Lieut.-Col. Watts Morgan Mr. Smedley Crooke

Mr. Mosley Mr. Harvey Dixon

Mr. Oliver Mr. Ede

Mr. Hugh O'Neill Major Edmondson

Mr. Paling Captain Elliot

Mr. Pease Mr. Fawkes

Lord Eustace Percy Lieut.-Colonel Fremantle Sir Philip Pilditch Mr. Harrison

Mr. Privett Sir Sydney Henn

Mr. Rankin Sir John Hewett

Lieut.-Colonel Rhodes Sir Ernest Hiley

Lieut.-Colonel Sir Philip Mr. Hill

Richardson
Mr. George A. Clark

Mr. James Stewart
Hutchison

Mr. Turner
Mr. William Albert Jenkins Mr. Webb
Mr. G. W. H. Jones

Mr. Wells Mr. Mardy Jones

Lieut.-Colonel Wheler Mr. Cyril Lloyd

Lieut.-Col. Windsor-Clive Mr. Lorimer

RENT AND MORTGAGE INTEREST

RESTRICTIONS BILL.

Clause 13.

Amendment proposed, in page 8, line 36, to leave out the word “and,” in order to insert the word “or”(Mr. James Stewart), -instead thereof.--Question proposed, “ That the word ' and 'stand part of the Clause."

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Another Amendment proposed, in page 8, line 38, after the word “repair,” to insert the words “or internal decoration” - (Mr. Webb). — Question proposed, “That those words be there inserted.”

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Another Amendment proposed, in page 8, line 41, after the word "reduced,” to insert the words “after a date to be fixed by the court for the completion of the necessary repairs ” — (Sir Philip Pilditch). Question proposed, " That those words be there inserted."

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.
Clause agreed to.

Clause 1.1.

Amendment made, in page 9, line 9, by leaving out the word “jurisdiction ”-(Mr. Neville Chamberlain).

Another Amendment proposed, in page 9, line 18, after the word "tenant," to insert the words or the character or condition of the dwelling-house ”—(Mi. Webb.- Question proposed, “ That those words be there inserted.”

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Other Amendments made, in page 9, lines 25 and 26, by leaving out the words “or modified”; in page 9, line 26, by leaving out the words “or modify”; in page 9, line 27, by leaving out the words “if annulled "; and in page 9, line 28, by leaving out all the words from the word “void” to the word - but," in line 29—(Mr. Verille Chamberlain).

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 15, agreed to.

Clause 16.

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Amendment proposed, in page 9, to leave out lines 38-42, inclusive-(Mr. Webb).—Question, “ That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Clause,”-pit, and agreed to.

Clause agreeil to.

Clause 17.

Amendment proposed, in page 10, line 5, after the word “specify," to insert the words “ in sufficient detail”

-(Mr. Harrison).—Question proposed, "That those words be there inserted."

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Another Amendment proposed, in page 10, line 7, to leave out the words “a reasonable state of repair, in order to insert the words “good and tenantable repair and reasonably fit for human habitation ”-(Mr. Webb), -in stead thereof.—Question put, " That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Clause.”—The Committee divided :

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Other Amendments made, in page 10, line 13, at the end, by inserting the words :

“ On any application to a county agricultural com

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