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Standing Orders of the House of Commons : 113. Part I.-Public Business.

Part II.-Private Business. 329. Part I.---Public Business.

Part II.- Private Business.

307

ELECTIONS :
Parliamentary Constituencies (Electors, &c.) (United

Kingdom):
22. Return showing, with regard to each Parliamentary Con-

stituency in the United Kingdom, the Total Number, and, as far as possible, the Number in each Class, of Electors on the Register now in force; and also showing the Population and Inhabited Houses in each Constituency (in continuation of No. 50 of 1905 and of [Cd. 2807] of 1906).

469

AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES (SALMON AND FRESH

WATER FISHERIES BILL, 1907): [Cd. 3518.] Memorandum by the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries upon the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Bill, 1907.

495

AGRICULTURE EDUCATION (DISTRIBUTION OF GRANTS): [Cd. 3317.] Annual Report on the Distribution of Grants for Agricultural

Education and Research in the Year 1905-1906, with Statements respecting the several Colleges and Institutions aided, and a Summary of the Agricultural Instruction provided by County Councils in 1905–1906, with the Expenditure on the

499

same.

AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES:

[Cd. 3408.] Returns of the Number of Agricultural Holdings in each County of Great Britain.

701

ALIENS (NATURALIZATION): 75. Return showing the Names of all Aliens to whom Certificates

of Naturalization have been Issued and whose Oaths of Allegiance have, during 1906, been registered at the Home Office, giving the Country and Place of Residence of the Person Naturalized, and including Information as to any Aliens who have, during the same Period, obtained Acts of Naturalization from the Legislature (in continuation of No. 93 of 1906).

711 ALIEN ACT, 1905 : [Cd. 3316.] Return of Alien Passengers brought to the United Kingdom

from Ports in Europe or within the Mediterranean Sea during the Three Months ending 31st December 1906 ; with the Number of Expulsion Orders made during that

Period requiring Aliens to leave the United Kingdom. 743 [Cd. 3517.) Similar Return for the Three Months ending March 31, 1907.

751 [Cd. 3672.] Similar Return for the Three Months ending June 30, 1907.

759 [Cd. 3473.] Part I.-- First Annual Report of His Majesty's Inspector.

Part II.-A Statement with regard to the Expulsion of Aliens, for the Year 1906,

767 No. 10.

RETURN to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons,

dated 19 August 1907 ;—for,

RETURN " of MOTIONS for ADJOURNMENT under STANDING ORDER

No. 10, showing the date of such Motion, the name of the Member
proposing, the definite matter of urgent public importance, and the result
of any Division taken thereon during Session 1907, in continuation of
Parliamentary Paper, No. 382, of Session 1906).”

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I.-LEAVE OF THE HOUSE SIGNIFIED WITHOUT A CALL UPON

MEMBERS TO RISE IN THEIR PLACES.

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Votes.

MOTIONS FOR ADJOURNMENT.

Session 1907. (Mr. Moore, Member for North Armagh),– for the purpose of 25 February 1907. discussing a definite matter of urgent public importance, viz., “the Page 59 of the action of His Majesty's present advisers in making an appointment to a Judgeship in the High Court of Justice in Ireland which has been vacant High Court of

Judgeship in the for the last three years ;” and, the pleasure of the House having been Justice in Ireland. signified, the Motion stood over, under Standing Order No. 10, until a quarter past Eight that evening, when the Question, That this House do now adjourn, was proposed, and the Question put, pursuant to Standing Order closure of Debate, and negatived on Division (Ayes, 63; Noes, 264).

(Sir Edward Sassoon, Member for Hythe),—for the purpose of 30 July 1907. discussing a definite matter of urgent public importance, viz., “the Report Page 613 of the of the Select Committee on the Radiotelegraphic Convention, and the Votes.

Radiotelegrapbic declared intention of His Majesty's Government to proceed to ratification Convention. without affording the House an opportunity of a discussion on the subject;" and the pleasure of the House being signified, the Motion stood over, under Standing Order No. 10, until a quarter past Eight that evening, when the Question, That this House do now adjourn, was put and negatived.

II.-LEAVE OF THE HOUSE SIGNIFIED BY NOT LESS THAN FORTY MEMBERS

RISING IN THEIR PLACES.

Votes,

MOTIONS FOR ADJOURNMENT.

Session 1907. (Lord Robert Cecil, Member for East Marylebone),—for the purpose 5 August 1907. of discussing a definite matter of urgent public importance, viz., "the Page 648 of the failure of the Government to secure the due payment of the Salaries of

Non-provided the Teachers in the Non-provided Schools in Merionethshire;” but the

Schools in pleasure of the House not having been signified, Mr. Speaker called on Merionethshire those Members who supported the Motion to rise in their places, and (Teachers'

Salaries).
not less than 40 Members having accordingly risen, the Motion stood over,
under Standing Order No. 10, until a quarter past Eight that evening,
when the Question, That this House do now adjourn, was put and
negatived on Division (Ayes, 78; Noes, 145).

III.--LEAVE OF THE HOUSE GIVEN ON DIVISION.

MOTIONS FOR ADJOURNMENT.

Session 1907.

Nil.

IV.-LEAVE OF THE HOUSE REFUSED BY LESS THAN FORTY MEMBERS

RISING IN THEIR PLACES.

MOTIONS FOR ADJOURNMENT.

Session 1907.

Nil.

V.-MR. SPEAKER DECLINES TO ALLOW THE MOTION TO BE SUBMITTED

TO THE HOUSE.

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I.- Leave of the House signified without a Call upon Members

to rise in their Places

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II.-Leave of the House signified by not less than Forty

Members rising in their Places

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III.-Leave of the House given on Division

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IV.--Leave of the House Refused by less than Forty Members

rising in their Places

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V.-Motions for Adjournment not allowed by Mr. Speaker

to be submitted to the House

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NUMBER of Times Members asked leave to move the Adjournment of the

House in each of the following Years.

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Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,

20 August 1907.

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