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FINANCE:
I. BILLS:

Annual:

Bill [passed, cap. 17] to grant certain duties of Customs and Inland Revenue (including Excise), to alter other duties, and to amend the Law relating to Customs and Inland Revenue (including Excise), and the National Debt, and to make further provision in connection with Finance; 1928 (120) ii. 231.

Same (amended in Committee); 1928 (168) ii. 267.

Same (amended on Report); 1928 (185) ii. 307.

II. ACCOUNTS AND PAPERS :

Comparison of Expenditure:

Statement of expenditure on Consolidated Fund Services and net expenditure on Supply Services (excluding the Post Office) for the years 1923 to 1928 inclusive adjusted in respect of accounting changes introduced in 1928; 1928 (64) xiii. 329.

Finance Accounts:

Finance Accounts of the United Kingdom for the year ended 31st March, 1928; 1928 (82) xiii. 1.

Financial Statement (1927-28):

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure as laid before the House by the Chancellor of the Exchequer when opening the Budget; 1928 (62) xiii. 161.

Public Departments, Cost of:

Statement showing the gross and net total cost of the Civil Services and Revenue Departments, and the Navy, Army and Air Services for the year 1926-27; 1928 (10) xiii. 307.

Trading Accounts:

Accounts and Balance Sheets (March, 1927) of trading or commercial services conducted by Government Departments, including accounts from the commencement of operations undertaken during the war; 1928 (15) xiii. 371.

Vote of Credit:

Statement of cash transactions in 1926-27 in respect of the Vote of Credit Excess Receipts from Trading Services, and of other operations (in continuation of [Cmd. 2857] of 1927); 1928 [Cmd. 3061] xiii. 547. Charges for Departmental Services. See Government Departments. Money Bill Certificates. See House of Commons.

See also Customs. National Debt. Revenue.

FIREARMS:

Bill to amend Section twelve of the Firearms Act, 1920, with respect to the definition of firearm; 1928 (86) ii. 349.

FISHERIES:

1. BILLS:

Fresh-Water Fisheries (S.):

Bill to provide for the better protection of fresh-water fish in Scotland, and for other purposes relating thereto; 1928 (122) ii. 385.

FISHERIES-contd.

1. BILLS-Contd.

Illegal Trawling (S.) Penalties:

Bill to amend the law with respect to the penalties for illegal fishing by trawl vessels; 1928 (93) ii. 477.

Provisional Order:

Rivers Witham, Welland, Trent, and other waters; 1928 (130) ii. 521.

II. REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS:

Annual (Scotland):

Forty-sixth Report of the Fishery Board for Scotland, being for 1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3126] ix. 565.

Research. See Development Commission.

Mussel Cleaning. See Finance (Trading Accounts).

FLEETS. See Navy.

FLYING. See Air.

FOOD:

I. BILL.

Food and Drugs (Adulteration):

Bill [passed, cap. 31] intituled an Act to consolidate the Sale of Food and Drugs Acts; 1928 (186) ii. 351.

II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Food and Drugs (Adulteration) Bill:

Report, with appendices, by the Joint Select Committee on Consolidation
Bills; 1928 (105) vi. 101.

Imperial Food Supply. See Empire Marketing Board. Imperial
Economic Committee.

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

See also Cream.

FOREIGN OFFICE. Board of Enquiry. See Civil Service.

FOREIGN TRADE. See Trade.

FORESHORES. See Finance (Accounts).

FORESTRY:

Annual Report:

Eighth annual report of the Forestry Commissioners for the year ended 30th September, 1927; 1928 (85) ix. 673.

See also Finance (Trading Accounts). Research ((Annual Report). (81) ix. 711.

FRANCE. Student Employees. See Labour.

FRANCHISE. See Electors. Local Government.

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES:

I. BILLS:

Industrial and Provident Societies (Amendment):

Bill [passed, cap. 4] to amend section twenty-two of the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1893; 1928 (32) ii. 483.

Industries and Provident Societies (Employees):

Bill to amend the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1893; 1928 (67) ii. 485.

II. REPORT OF COMMISSIONER:

Annual Report:

Report of the Chief Registrar for 1927. Part I, General Report; 1928 (81) ix. 711.

III. PAPER:

Trade Union Statistics:

Return showing details of membership, income, expenditure and funds of registered Trade Unions with 10,000 or more members in the years 1925 and 1926; 1928 [Cmd. 3056] ix. 781.

FRUIT. See Merchandise Marks (Apples) (Currants).

FUEL. See Research (Annual Report).

FURNITURE, METAL. See Merchandise Marks.

G.

GAS AND WATER:

Provisional Orders. See Health, Public.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. See Research (Annual Report)..

GERMANY. See Treaties.

GLUE. See Merchandise Marks.

GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS:

Charges for Services:

Treasury Minute; 16th February, 1928, on the Report of a Committee. ([Cmd. 2950] of 1927) appointed to consider Departmental expenses. charged by Government Departments; 1928 [Cmd. 3064] xiii. 135. See also Civil Services. Finance. Revenue.

GOVERNMENT INSURANCES AND ANNUITIES:

Account of all moneys received and of the disposal thereof, and of the. contracts made; for the year 1927; 1928 (49) xiii. 191.

GOVERNMENT PRINTING. See Finance (Trading Accounts).

GOVERNMENT OF SCOTLAND:

Bill to provide for the better Government of Scotland; 1928 (81) ii. 401.. See also Scotland.

GOVERNMENT SHIPS. See Navy.

GRANITE. See Trade (Safeguarding).

GREENWICH HOSPITAL:

1. ESTIMATES:

Annual:

Statement of the estimated Income and Expenditure of Greenwich Hospital and of Travers' Foundation for the year 1928; 1928 (88) xv. 861.

II. ACCOUNTS:

Annual:

Accounts of the capital and of the income derived from lands and other property held for the benefit of Greenwich Hospital and the Foundation of Samuel Travers for the year ended 31st March, 1927, with the report of the Comptroller and Auditor-General; 1928 (31) xv. 851.

GUARANTEED LOANS. See Finance (Accounts).

GUARDIANS, BOARDS OF. See Poor Law.

GUIANA, BRITISH:

1. BILL:

British Guiana:

Bill [passed, cap. 5] to make provision for the government of the Colony of British Guiana; 1928 (41) i.

II. PAPER:

Constitution:

243.

Memorandum prepared by the elected members of the Combined Court of British Guiana in reply to the report of the British Guiana Commission ([Cmd. 2841] of 1927), with comments by the Commission, the Governor of British Guiana, the Crown Agents for the Colonies, and Messrs. H. H. Humphreys and Sons; 1928 [Cmd. 3047] xviii. 59.

H.

HANDKERCHIEFS. See Trade (Safeguarding).

HARBOURS AND PIERS:

Provisional Order Bills:

Bridlington; 1928 (142) i. 219.

Gott Bay and Truro; 1928 (135) iv. 103.

See also Development Commission. Fisheries (S.) (Annual Report).

HEALTH, PUBLIC:

Provisional Order Bills:

Brighton, Llanelly, Saint Asaph Joint Hospital District, St. Helens, Skelmersdale, and Wallingford and Crowmarsh Joint Hospital District; 1928 (46) iii. 295.

Acton and Ealing; 1928 (56) iii. 315.

HEALTH, PUBLIC-contd.

Provisional Order Bills-contd.

Basingstoke, Bingley, Brighton, Halifax, Mansfield, and Taf Fechan Water Supply Board; 1928 (79) iii. 319.

Cardiff, Chesterfield, Haverfordwest, Leyton, Spalding and Wallsend; 1928 (101) iii. 335.

Clacton, Great Yarmouth, Keighley, Bingley and Shipley Joint Hospital District, Mexborough, Port Talbot, and Slough; 1928 (155) iii. 369. Bognor Water, and West Surrey Water; 1928 (110) iii. 397.

Amman Valley Joint Sewerage District, Barry, Bury, Leicester, Loughborough, and Rugby; 1928 (151) iii. 413.

Glossop, Guildford, Leeds, Milford Haven, South Staffordshire Joint
Small-pox Hospital District, and Woolwich; 1928 (154) iii. 435.
Barton-upon-Irwell, Bollington, Bradford, Bury, Cambridge,
Darlington; 1928 (157) iii. 461.

and

Bury, Derby, Maryport, Somerset, and West Riding of Yorkshire; 1928 (158) iii. 487.

Bedwellty,

Brighton, Mid-Glamorgan Water Board, Scarborough, Stafford, and Swansea; 1928 (159) iii. 509.

See also Local Government.

HEALTH, PUBLIC (SCOTLAND):

Annual Report:

Ninth annual report of the Scottish Board of Health, 1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3112] x. 1.

HIRE-PURCHASE.

Bill to amend the law of Distress and Bankruptcy in its relation to the hire-purchase system; 1928 (10) ii. 427.

HIGHLANDS AND ISLANDS. See Health, Public (S.) (Annual Report.)

HIGHWAYS. See Roads.

HISTORIC MONUMENTS (SCOTLAND):

Ninth Reports. The Outer Hebrides, Skye, and the small isles; 1928 [Cmd. 3025] vii. 95.

HOME OFFICE. Industrial Museum. See Factories (Annual Report).

HONEY. See Imperial Economic Committee. Merchandise Marks.

HORSES:

Exportation:

Bill to amend the law with respect to the exportation of horses; 1928 (45) ii. 95.

National Stud Farm. See Finance (Trading Accounts).

HOSIERY. See Trade (Safeguarding).

HOURS. See Factories (Annual Report). Labour (Statistics).

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