Page images
PDF
EPUB

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

dated 19 August, 1907 ;-for,

RETURN “respecting application of Standing Order No. 26 (CLOSURE of DEBATE)

during the SESSION 1907 (1) in the House and in COMMITTEE of the WHOLE House, under the following heads :

[blocks in formation]

(in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, No. 383, of Session 1906); and (2) in the STANDING COMMITTEES under the following heads :

[blocks in formation]

RETURN respecting APPLICATION of STANDING ORDER No. 26 (CLOSURE of DEBATE) during Session 1907.

Assent withheld because,

in the opinion of the
Chair, a decision would
shortly be arrived at
without that Motion.

Result of Motion, and

if a Division, Numbers For and Against.

Closure agreed to.

Closure carried on Division :

syes, 255; Noes, 40.

Closure carried on Division :

Ayes, 250 ; Noes, 57.

Date when Closure Moved

and by whom.

Question before House or Committee when Moved.

Whether in House

or Committee.

Whether Assent given to Motion

or withheld by Speaker or Chairman.

In House

The Speaker's assent given

20th February

Mr. Chancellor of the

Exchequer.

King's Speech (Motion for an Address)

“That an humble Address be presented to His Majesty, as followeth :

" Most Gracious Sovereign, -
“We, Your Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the Commons of
the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in Parliament
assembled beg leave to offer our humble thanks to Your Majesty for the
Gracious Speech which Your Majesty has addressed to both Houses of
Parliament:"--

Amendment proposed, at the end of the Question, to add the words,
“But humbly express our regret that, whilst five per cent. of the most
highly skilled artisans are out of employment, and the Unemployed
Workmen Act has proved inadequate to deal with distress due to lack of
employment, no mention is made in Your Majesty's Gracious Speech of
any proposals for dealing with this serious and menacing evil.”

“ That those words be there added."

22nd February

Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister Bill

In House

The Speaker's assent withheld.

Sir William Brampton

Gurdon,

" That the Bill be now read a second time."

Amendment proposed, to leave out the word “now," and at the end of
the Question to add the words “ upon this day six months."

“That the word 'now'stand part of the Question."

Ditio

ditto

In House

The Speaker's assent given

22nd February

Sir William Brampton

Gurdon.

22nd February

Liquor Traffic (Local Veto) Bill

In House

The Speaker's assent withheld.

Mr. Clough.

"That the Bill be now read a second time."

25tb February

Adjournment Motion, under Standing Order No. 10. (Judgeship in the High | In House

Court of Justice in Ireland.) “ That this House do now adjourn."

The Speaker's assent given

Mr. Chancellor of the

Exchequer

=

In Committee

The Chairman's assent given

Closure carried on Division :

Ayes, 312; Noes, 81,

Civil Services (Supplementary) Estimates, 1906-7.

Class V.

“ That a Supplementary sum, not exceeding 32,4701. be granted to His Majesty, to defray the charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March 1907, for sundry Colonial Services, including certain Grants in Aid.”

" That a sum, not exceeding 31,4701., be granted for the said Service."

The above proposed Amendment having been negatived on Division :

Claimed

In Committee

The Chairman's assent given

Original Question put acord

ingly.

79

“ That the Original Question be now put.'

[ocr errors]

In Committee

The Chairman's assent given

ditto

Closure carried on Div

Ayes, 237 ; Noes, 48.

[merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

Supply

26th February

Mr. Chancellor of the

Exchequer.

26th February.

Mr. Chancellor of the

Exchequer.

26th February

Ditto

Mr. Lloyd George.

26th February

Mr. Lloyd George.

" That the original Question be now put." Education (Provision of Meals) (Scotland) Bill

1st March

In House

The Speaker's assent withheld.

Mr. Ramsay Macdonald.

[blocks in formation]

RETURN respecting Application of Standing Order No. 26 (Closure of Debate) during Session 1907continued.

Date when Closnre Moved

and by whom.

Question before House or Committee when Moved.

Whether in House

or Committee.

Whether Assent given to Motion

or withheld by Speaker or Chairman.

Assent withheld because,

in the opinion of the
Chair, a decision would
shortly be arrived at
without that Motion.

Result of Motion, and,

if a Division, Numbers For and Against.

Education (Provision of Meals) (Scotland) Bill

In House

The Speaker's assent withheld.

Mr. Tyson Wilson,

Ditto

ditto

Education Acts Amendment Bill

In House

The Speaker's assent given

Closure agreed to.

Mr. Walter Rea.

"That the Bill be now read a second time."

Territorial and Reserve Forces

In House

The Speaker's assent withheld.

[blocks in formation]

let March

18: March

4th March

5th March

Supply (Navy Estimates)

In House

Mr. Edmund Robertson.

Mr. Speaker withheld his

assent, as it appeared
to him that the House
was prepared shortly
to come to a decision
on the Question.

“That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair."

5th March

8th March

8th March

[blocks in formation]

In House

The Speaker's assent withheld.

In House

The Speaker's assent withheld.

In House

The Speaker's assent given

Closure carried on Division ;

Ayes, 216 ; Noes, 54.

" That the Bill be now read a third time."

Amendment proposed, to leave out the word “now," and at the end of
the Question to add the words “ upon this day six months.'

“That the word 'now'stand part of the Question."

The above proposed Amendment having been negatived in Division :-

[ocr errors]

In House

The Speaker's assent given

Main Question put accord

ingly.

In Committee

The Chairman's assent given

Closure carried on Division :

Ayes, 196; Noes, 55.

" That the Chairman do report progress, and ask leave to sit again.”

In Committee

The Chairman's assent given

Closure carried on Division :

A yes, 183 ; Noes, 49.

Amendment proposed, in page 2, line 36, to leave out from the word "the,” to the word “one,” in line 37, and insert the words “thirtieth day of April." “ That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Clause."

8th March

Ditto

ditto

Mr. Dickinson.

8th March

Ditto

ditto

Mr. Dickinson.

20th March

Consolidated Fund (No. 1) Bill (Order)

.

Mr. Chancellor of the

Exchequer.

20th March

Mr. Chancellor of the

Exchequer.

Claimed,

" That the Main Question be now put

20th March

Army (Annual) Bill

Mr. Secretary Haldane.

Clause 1:

20th March

Ditto

ditto

Mr. Secretary Haldane.

Clause 2 :

20th March

Ditto

ditto

In Committee

The Chairman's assent given

Closure carried on Division :

Ayes, 182; Noes, 49.

Mr. Secretary Haldane.

Clause 2:

Claimed to move “ That the Question "That the Clause stand part of the Bill' be now put.”

« PreviousContinue »