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List of the Bills, Reports, Estimates, and Accounts and Papers, &c., &c., Session 1928.

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Consolidated Fund (No. 1):

Bill [passed, cap. 1] to apply certain sums out of the Consolidated Fund to the service of the years ending on 31st March, 1927, 1928 and 1929; 1928 (77) i. 629.

Appropriation :

Bill [passed, cap. 18] to apply a sum out of the Consolidated Fund to the service of the year ending on 31st March, 1929, and to appropriate the supplies granted in this Session of Parliament; 1928 (198) i. 581.

CONSOLIDATED FUND-contd.

II. ACCOUNTS:

Sums Issued (1926-7):

Abstract Account, showing the issues made from the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom, in the Financial Year ended 31st March, 1927, for the interest and management of the Debt, for the Civil List, and for all other issues in the Financial Year for Services charged directly on the said Fund; with the Report of the Comptroller and AuditorGeneral; 1928 (13) xiii. 121.

Consolidated Fund Charges. See Finance (Accounts).

CONSOLIDATION BILLS:

Reports of the Joint Select Committee of the House of Lords and the House of Commons on Consolidation Bills, on the Food and Drugs (Adulteration) Bill, and the Petroleum (Consolidation) Bill, with the proceedings, evidence, and appendices; 1928 (105, 108, 115) vi. 101. See also Children. Factories. Oaths. Petroleum.

CONSTABULARY. See Police.

CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES. See Friendly Societies. Labour (Annual Report).

COPYRIGHT:

1. BILL:

Mechanical Musical Instruments (Royalties):

Bill intituled an Act to confirm a provisional order of the Board of Trade relating to the rate of royalties on mechanical contrivances for the performance of musical works; 1928 (161) i. 633.

II. PAPER:

Mechanical Musical Instruments:

Report of a Committee on Copyright Royalties on mechanical musical instruments; 1928 [Cmd. 3122] vii. 603.

CORONERS:

Amendment:

Bill to amend the Coroners Act, 1887 [not printed]; 1928 (173) i. 637. See also Judicial Statistics (Criminal).

COST OF LIVING. See Labour (Annual Report).

COTTON:

Empire Cotton Corporation:

Bill [passed, cap. 11] to provide for the collection of a contribution by cotton spinners in Great Britain to the funds of the Empire Cotton Growing Corporation; and for other matters relating to the cotton industry; 1928 (9) i. 639.

CORONERS. See Judicial Statistics (Criminal).

COST OF LIVING. See Labour (Annual Report).

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COURSING. See Animals (Protection).

COURTS OF LAW:

1. BILLS:

Poor Prisoners' Defence:

Bill to make further and better provision for the defence of poor persons, and to amend the law relating to appeals from Courts of Summary Jurisdiction; 1928 (176) iv. 117.

Public Defender:

Bill to make better provision for the defence of poor persons; 1928 (188) iv. 167.

II. REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS:

Poor Persons:

Report of a Committee on Legal aid for the poor; 1928 [Cmd. 3016] xi. 243.

III. ACCOUNTS AND PAPERS:

Admiralty (Prize):

Account for the Admiralty Division in Prize for the year 1926-27, with the correspondence with the Comptroller and Auditor-General; 1928 (29) xiii. 351.

Supreme Court (Accounts):

Account of the Suitors' Fund in the year ended 28th February, 1927; and account by the National Debt Commissioners of Funds held on behalf of the Supreme Court, with the report of the Comptroller and Auditor-General; 1928 (45) xiii. 357.

Children's Courts. See Police (Metropolis).

Ecclesiastical and Prerogative Courts. See Finance (Account).

See also Judicial Statistics.

CREAM:

Synthetic Cream:

Bill to control the production, distribution and sale of reconstituted and synthetic cream; 1928 (125) iv. 273.

ORIME. See Judicial Statistics. Police.

CRIMINAL LAW:

Amendment:

Bill [passed, cap. 42] to amend the law with respect to offences against persons under the age of sixteen; 1928 (189) i. 643.

CROWN LANDS. See Financial (Accounts).

CUNARD AGREEMENT. See Finance (Accounts).

CURRANTS. See Merchandise Marks.

CURRENCY:

Currency and Bank Notes:

Bill [passed, cap. 13] to amend the law relating to the issue of bank notes by the Bank of England and by banks in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and to provide for the transfer to the Bank of England of the currency notes issue and of the assets appropriated for the redemption thereof, and to make certain provisions with respect to gold reserves and otherwise in connection with the matters aforesaid and to prevent the defacement of bank notes; 1928 (115) i. 645.

Same (as amended in Committee); 1928 (136) i. 657.

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE:

I. BILL:

Customs and Inland Revenue. See Finance.

II. REPORT:

Annual:

Nineteenth report of the Commissioners of Customs and Excise for the year ended 31st March 1928; 1928 [Cmd. 3172] vii. 627. See also Estimates Committee (2nd Report).

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DAMS:

Reservoirs (Safety Provisions):

Bill to impose, in the interests of safety, precautions to be observed in the construction, alteration, and use of reservoirs, and to amend the law with respect to liability for damage and injury caused by the escape of water from reservoirs; 1928 (146) iv. 363.

DANGEROUS INDUSTRIES. See Factories (Annual Report).

DEATH PENALTY. See Capital Punishment.

DEBATES REPORTS. See House of Commons.

DEBT. Local Debt. Loans.

See also Finance (Accounts). National Debt.

DEFENCE OF REALM ACTS. See Shops (Early Closing).

DEFENDER, PUBLIC. See Courts of Law.

DEPARTMENTAL SERVICES. See Government Departments.

DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION:

Annual Report:

Eighteenth Report of the Development Commissioners, for 1927-8; 1928 (119) vii. 817.

Accounts:

Abstract accounts of the Development Fund for 1926-7, with the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor-General; 1928 (16) xiii. 145.

Research. See Agriculture (S.) (Annual Report). Research.

DIPLOMATIC SERVICE:

I. BILL:

Superannuation:

Bill to amend the law with respect to the pensions of persons in the Diplomatic Service; 1928 (61) iv. 489.

II. PAPER:

Superannuation Bill:

Memorandum on the financial resolution; 1928 [Cmd. 3041] xvii. 783.

DISARMAMENT. See League of Nations.

DISEASE. Industrial. See Factories (Annual Report).

DISTILLERIES. See Customs (Annual Report).

DISTRESS. See Hire-Purchase.

DISTRESS COMMITTEES (S.). See Health, Public (S.) (Annual Report).

DIVORCE. See Marriage.

DOCKS. See Harbours.

DOGS:

Amendment:

Bill [passed, cap. 21] to amend the Dogs Act, 1906; 1928 (17) ii. 3.
Dog Racing:

Bill to provide for the licensing of dog racing courses; 1928 (64) ii. 1.

Dogs and Cats:

Bill to facilitate the recovery of lost dogs and cats; 1928 (138) ii. 7.

Protection:

Bill to prohibit the vivisection of dogs; 1928 (29) iv. 161..

DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURTS. See Marriage.

DRAINAGE:

Provisional Order Bill:

Ouse Act, 1920; 1928 (89) ii. 497.

DRUNKENNESS. See Judicial (Statistics). Licensing Acts (Statistics).

Police (Metropolis).

DUTIES. See Customs. Inland Revenue.

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