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EAST AFRICA. See Africa.

EAST INDIA:

I. BILL:

Indian High Courts:

Bill intituled an Act to equalise the position under the Government of India Act of barristers, advocates, and pleaders as respects qualification for appointment as judges of high courts, and as respects the proportion of such judges required to possess special qualifications, and to render any person qualified under the said Act to be appointed a judge of a high court eligible for appointment as chief justice of such a court; 1928 (167) ii. 481.

II. REPORTS OF COMMMISSIONERS:

Agriculture:

Reports of the Royal Commission on Agriculture in India.

The thirteenth to the sixteenth interim Repórts; 1928 [Cmd. 3105, 3117, 3139, 3150] viii. 1.

The Report of the Royal Commission; 1928 [Cmd. 3132] viii. 9.

III. ACCOUNTS AND PAPERS:

Budget:

Budget of the Governor-General of India in Council for 1928-9; 1928 (103) xviii. 335.

High Courts Bill:

Explanatory memorandum; 1928 [Cmd. 3146] xviii. 593.

Progress and Conditions:

Statement exhibiting the moral and material progress and condition of India during the year 1926-27. Sixty-second number; 1928 (48)

xviii. 597.

Statistical Abstract:

Statistical Abstract for British India and certain Indian States from 1916-17 to 1925-26. Sixtieth number; 1928 [Cmd. 3046] xxiv. 393.

Statutory Commission:

Letter from the Chairman to the Governor-General of India; 1928 [Cmd. 3029] xviii. 589.

EASTER:

1. BILL:

Stabilisation:

Bill [passed, cap. 35] to regulate the date of Easter day and days or other periods and occasions depending thereon; 1928 (2) ii. 11. Same (as amended by Committee); 1928 (59) ii. 17.

Lords' amendment; 1928 (194) ii. 23.

II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Stabilisation Bill:

Report and proceedings of Standing Committee A; 1928 (44) vi. 159.

ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSION:

Annual Report:

Eightieth Report from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England with Appendix; 1928 [Cmd. 3060] ix. 1.

ECCLESIASTICAL COMMITTEE. See Church of England.

ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS. See Judicial Statistics

ECCLESIASTICAL ESTATES. See Church Estates.

ECCLESIASTICAL TEMPORALITIES. See Church.

EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS:

I. BILLS:

Free Travelling:

Bill to enable students to travel to places of education free of charge [NOT PRINTED]; 1928 (169) ii. 25.

Teachers (Superannuation):

Bill [passed, cap. 10] to amend section eleven of the Teachers (Superannuation) Act, 1925, and paragraph (d) of subsection (1) of section four of the Education (8.) (Superannuation) Act, 1925; 1925 (11) iv. 493.

II. REPORTS OF COMMISSIONERS:

Annual:

Report of the Board of Education for the year 1926-7; 1928 [Cmd. 3091] ix. 39.

Welsh Intermediate Education:

Report of the Board of Education under the Welsh Intermediate Education Act, 1899, for the year 1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3127] ix. 279. III. PAPER:

Estimates:

Memorandum on the Board of Education Estimates for 1928-9; 1928 [Cmd. 3102] xvii. 137.

Student Employees. See Labour.

See also Estimates Committee (2nd Report). Revenue (Public Social Services).

EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS (SCOTLAND):

I. BILLS:

Education (S.):

Bill [passed, cap. 28] to amend paragraph (b) of section eleven of the Education (S.) Act, 1883; 1928 (42) ii. 27.

Educational Endowments (S.):

Bill [passed, cap. 30] intituled an Act to make further provision for the re-organisation of educational and other endowments in Scotland; 1928 (145) ii. 29.

Same (as amended by Committee); 1928 (179) 1. 53.

Teachers' Superannuation (S.). See above Education (Bills).

EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS (SCOTLAND)—contd.

II. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES :

Education (S.) Bill:

Report and proceedings of the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills; 1928 (73) vi. 167.

Educational Endowments (S.) Bill:

Report and proceedings of the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills; 1928 (107) vi. 171.

III. REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS:

Annual Report:

Report of the Committee of Council on Education in Scotland for 1927-28; 1928 [Cmd. 3111] ix. 301.

School Health. See Health, Public (S.) (Annual Report).

EGGS. See Imperial Economic Committee.

EGYPT:

Law of Public Meetings:

Merchandise Marks.

Papers respecting the proposed Egyptian law regulating public meetings and demonstrations; 1928 [Cmd. 3097] xxvi. 81.

Treaty:

Papers regarding negotiations for a treaty of alliance with Egypt (with a draft treaty); 1928 [Cmd. 3050] xxvi. 19.

ELECTORS-REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE:

I. BILLS:

Equal Franchise:

Bill [passed, cap. 12] to assimilate the franchises for men and women in respect of parliamentary and local government elections; and for purposes consequential thereon; 1928 (60) iv. 327.

Same (as amended in Committee); 1928 (104) iv. 341.

Polling hours:

Bill to extend the hours of polling at local government elections; 1928 (116) ii. 99.

Reading University:

Bill [passed, cap. 25] to make provision with respect to the representation of the University of Reading in Parliament; 1928 (108) iv. 357. Lords' amendment; 1928 (182) iv. 361.

II. PAPERS:

Equal Franchise Bill (Effect):

Return showing in respect of each Parliamentary Constituency in England, Wales and Scotland, the estimated increase in the electorate under the provisions of the Representation of the People (Equal Franchise) Bill, 1928; 1928 [Cmd. 3119] xix. 1.

See also Local Government.

ELECTRICITY:

I. BILL:

Electricity (Supply):

Bill to amend section sixteen of the Electricity (Supply) Act, 1919; 1928 (148) ii. 77.

II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE :

North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply (Consolidation) Bill: Report by the Joint Select Committee on Private Bills; 1928 (89) vi. 673.

Electric Cables and Lamps. See Merchandise Marks.

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. See Education.

EMBANKMENTS. See Dams.

EMIGRATION. See Oversea Settlement.

EMPIRE DAY:

Public Holiday:

Bill to provide for a public holiday to school children on Empire Day, the twenty-fourth day of May; 1928 (15) iv. 169.

EMPIRE MARKETING BOARD:

Note on the work and finance of the Board and statement of Research and other Grants from July, 1926, to March, 1928; 1928 [Cmd. 3158] xviii. 31.

See also Estimates (2nd Report). Imperial Economic Committee.

EMPIRE SETTLEMENT. See Oversea Settlement.

EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. See Workmen's Compensation.

EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. See Agencies.

EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGES. See Labour (Annual Report).

ENDOWED SCHOOLS. See Education (Annual Report).

ENFRANCHISEMENT. See Electors.

ENAMEL BATHS AND ZINC. See Merchandise Marks.

ENAMELLED HOLLOW WARE. See Trade (Safeguarding).

ESTIMATES:

REPORTS OF COMMITTEE:

First and Second Reports of the Select Committee on Estimates, with Proceedings, Evidence, Appendices, and Index; 1928 (71, 114) vi. 181.

ETHYL PETROL. See Petroleum.

EXCHEQUER:

Bonds, Balances, &c. See Finance. Revenue.

Grants to Local Authorities. See Finance (Accounts). Revenue.

EXCISE. See Customs. Finance. Licensing. Revenue.

EXHIBITION.
Accounts).

British Industries Fair. See Finance (Trading

EXPENDITURE, NATIONAL. See Civil Services. Finance. Revenue.

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Explosions, &c., in Mines, Factories, &c.:

Marine Colliery, Monmouthshire; Explosion 1st March, 1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3048] xi. 677.

Explosives:

Fifty-second Annual Report of H.M. Inspectors, for the year 1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3104] ix. 367.

EXPORT CREDITS. See Estimates Committee (1st Report).

EX-SERVICE MEN:

Employment:

Bill to make the employment of ex-service men compulsory; 1928 (50) 85.

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Farm Settlements. See Finance (Trading Accounts).

See also Civil Service. Labour (Annual Report).

EXTRADITION. See Judicial Statistics (Criminal).

F.

FACTORIES-WORKSHOPS:

I. BILL:

Factories:

Bill to consolidate, with amendments, the enactments relating to factories, and for purposes connected therewith; 1928 (33) ii. 103.

II. REPORT:

Annual Report:

Annual Report of the Chief Inspector for the year 1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3144] ix. 409.

FARM SETTLEMENTS. See Finance (Trading Accounts).

FEE FUND. See House of Lords.

FERTILISERS AND FEEDING STUFFS. See

Agriculture (S.)

(Annual Report).

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