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SITTINGS OF THE HOUSE.
RETURN of the Number of Days on which
THE HOUSE SAT in Session 1907; stating,
RETURN to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons,
dated 19 August 1907 ;—for,
RETURN “for the Session of 1907, of (1) the Total NUMBER and the
Names of all MEMBERS (including and distinguishing Chairmen) who have been appointed to serve on one or more of the four Standing COMMITTEES appointed under STANDING ORDER No. 47, showing, with regard to each of such MEMBERS, the NUMBER of SITTINGS at which he was present and the Number of Divisions in which he took part; and (2) 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, distinguishing where a Bill was a GOVERNMENT BILL or was brought from the HOUSE OF Lords, and showing, in the case of each Bill, the particular STANDING COMMITTEE by whom it was considered, the NUMBER of Days on which it was considered by the COMMITTEE, and the NUMBER of MEMBERS present on each of those Days.”