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Civil Judicial Statistics for 1926; 1928 [Cmd. 3161] xxv. 455.

Criminal:

Criminal Statistics for 1925; 1928 [Cmd. 3007] xxv. 279.
Criminal Statistics for 1926; 1928 [Cmd. 3162] xxv. 367.

JURORS. See Judicial Statistics.

JUSTICE:

1. BILL.

Administration of Justice:

Bill [passed, cap. 26] intituled an Act to amend the provisions of the
Supreme Court of Judicature (Consolidation) Act, 1925, relating to
Probate registrars and registries, and certain other matters, and to
amend the law with respect to the constitution of the Judicial Com-
mittee of the Privy Council, and otherwise with respect to the adminis-
tration of justice and matters connected therewith; 1928 (129) i. 5.
Same (as amended by Committee); 1928 (171) i. 31.

Lords' consequential amendments; 1928 (181) i. 55.

II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Administration of Justice Bill:

Report and proceedings of Standing Committee C; 1928 (98) v. 661.
See Judicial Statistics. Offenders (Young).

JUVENILE COURTS.

Police (Metropolis).

JUVENILE EMPLOYMENT.

See Labour (Annual Report).

K.

KING'S ROLL. See Labour (Annual Report).

KITCHEN COMMITTEE. See House of Commons.

KNACKERS. See Animals (Slaughter of).

L.

LABOUR:

I. BILL:

Young Persons:

Bill to make better provision for regulating the employment of young
persons in particular occupations, and for other purposes connected
therewith [NOT PRINTED]; 1928 (134) ii. 93.

See also Children.

II. REPORTS OF COMMISSIONERS:

Annual:

Report of the Ministry of Labour for the year 1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3090]
xi. 1.

Industrial Transference:

Report of the Industrial Transference Board; 1928 [Cmd. 3156] x. 783.

LABOUR-contd.

III. PAPERS:

Statistics:

Nineteenth abstract of the Labour Statistics of the United Kingdom;
1928 [Cmd. 3140] xxv. 495.

Student Employees:

Text of an agreement between the competent French and British authori-
ties for facilitating the admission of student employees into the two
countries and of notes exchanged between the Marquess of Crewe and
M. Briand; 1928 [Cmd. 3138] xxvi. 105.

See also Ex-Service Men. Factories. Insurance. Mines. Trade Dis-
putes. Unemployment. Wages. Women.

LAMPS. Electric, and Safety Flame. See Mechandise Marks.

LAND-LANDLORD AND TENANT.

Leasehold Enfranchisement:

Bill to enable leaseholders of houses or premises whose original leases
were granted for a period or term of not less than thirty years to
compulsorily acquire the freehold estate and such other outstanding
interests affecting the property by agreement, or, failing agreement,
by arbitration under the Arbitration Act, 1889, or any statutory modi-
fication thereof; 1928 (74) ii. 507.

Land reclamation. See Development.

Drainage.

Land Settlement Schemes. See Loans (Local Fund Account).
Finance (Accounts) (Trading Accounts).

See also Rates.

LAND (IRELAND) :

Annual Account:

Accounts of the Land Purchase Commission, Northern Ireland, for the
year ended 31st March, 1927, with the Report of the Comptroller and
Auditor-General thereon; 1928 (41) xiii. 205.

Land Purchase Fund (Accounts):

Accounts of receipts and payments by the Commissioners of the
National Debt in respect of capital and income of the Irish Land
Purchase Fund in the year ended 31st March, 1927, with the Report of
the Comptroller and Auditor-General thereon; 1928 (50) xiii. 217.

LAND-LANDLORD AND TENANT (SCOTLAND):

I. BILL:

Small Landholders (S.):

Bill to amend the Small Landholders (S.) Acts, 1886 to 1919; 1928
(91) iv.
473.

II. REPORTS:

Land Court:

Annual Report by the Scottish Land Court as to the proceedings under
the Small Landholders (S.) Acts, 1886 to 1919, for the year 1927; 1928
[Cmd. 3093] xi. 137.

LAND-LANDLORD AND TENANT (SCOTLAND)-contd.

II. REPORTS-contd

Land Settlement:

Report of the Committee on land settlement in Scotland; 1928 [Cmd.
3110] xi. 159.

Land Court (Salaries in). See Finance (Account).

Land Settlement (S.). See Loans (Local Fund Account).

Small Holdings Colonies (S.). See Finance (Trading Account).
See also Agriculture (S.) Allotments (S.).

LAPWINGS:

Protection of Lapwings.

Bill [passed cap. 2] intituled an Act for the Protection of the Lapwing;
1928 (52) iv. 165.

Bill to provide for the protection of lapwings [not printed]; 1928 (13) iv.
163.

LATVIA. See Treaties (Latvia).

LAWS EXPIRING:

1. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Report from the Select Committee on The Expiring Laws Continuance
Act, with proceedings, evidence, appendix, and index; 1928 (101) vi.
501.

II. PAPERS:

Temporary Laws:

Register of Temporary Laws; 1928 (17) xix. 1019.

LEAD. See Merchandise Marks.

LEAGUE OF NATIONS:

Assembly:

Eighth Assembly. Report by British Delegates; 1928 [Cmd. 3008] xxvi.

447.

Council:

Forty-sixth and Forty-seventh Sessions.

1928 [Cmd. 3009] xxvi. 363.

Report by Sir A. Chamberlain;

Forty-eighth Session. Report by Sir A. Chamberlain; 1928 [Cmd. 3021]
xxvi. 389.

Forty-ninth Session. Report by Sir A. Chamberlain; 1928 [Cmd. 3098]
xxvi. 413.

Fiftieth Session. Report by Sir A. Chamberlain; 1928 [Cmd. 3171]
xxvi. 427.

See also Labour.

LEASEHOLDS. See Land.

LEGAL AID. Poor Persons. See Courts of Law.

LIBRARIES, PUBLIC: See Education (Annual Report).

LICENCE DUTIES. See Customs (Annual Report).

LICENSING ACTS-LIQUOR TRAFFIC:

I. BILLS:

Licensing (Amendment):

Bill to amend the Licensing Acts, 1910 and 1921; and for other purposes
relating thereto; 1928 (70) ii. 509.

Monmouthshire:

Bill to amend section two of the Licensing Act, 1921; 1928 (90) iii. 541.

Public House Improvement:

Bill to amend the law relating to the sale by retail of excisable liquor;
1928 (66) iv.

171.

Popular Control:

Bill to amend the law relating to the manufacture, sale and supply of
intoxicating liquor, and to provide for the popular control thereof
and of the grant and renewal of licences; and for other purposes
incidental thereto; 1928 (165) ii. 529.

II. PAPERS:

State Management Districts (Carlisle, &c.):

Annual Report for the period ended 31st March, 1928; 1928 (129) xi.
263.

See also Finance (Trading Accounts).

Statistics:

Statistics as to the operation and administration of the laws relating
to the sale of intoxicating liquor in England and Wales for the year
1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3173] xxv. 723.

See also Revenue (Inland Revenue). Customs (Annual Report). Police
(Metropolis).

LIGHTHOUSES:

General Fund:

Account of the General Lighthouse Fund for the year ended 31st March,
1927; 1928 (77) xiii. 179.

LIQUOR TRAFFIC. See Licensing Acts.

LOANS:

Local Loans Fund:

Account by the National Debt Commissioners in respect of the capital
and income of the Local Loans Fund for 1925-26, and accounts
respecting the Land Settlement Facilities Acts, with the report of the
Comptroller and Auditor-General (in continuation of No. 102, of 1926);
1928 (23) xiii. 233.

See also Finance (Accounts). Statistics. Trade (Trade Facilities).

LOAN SOCIETIES. See Friendly Societies.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT:

I. BILLS:

Election Deposit:

Bill to require candidates at local government elections to deposit a sum
of money to be forfeited under certain conditions; 1928 (40) i. 247.
Emergency Provisions:

Bill [passed, cap. 9] to extend further the duration of the Local
Authorities (Emergency Provisions) Act, 1923, and to amend temporarily
the provisions as to the Metropolitan Common Poor Fund; 1928
(55) ii. 571.

Same (as amended by Committee); 1928 (96) ii. 575.

Omnibuses:

Bill to make provision for enabling Local Authorities to provide and
run omnibuses within and without their districts; 1928 (22) iv. 17.

Provisional Orders Bills:

Ealing Extension; 1928 (57) iii. 15.

Gillingham Extension; 1928 (152) iii. 41.

Godalming Extension; 1928 (99) iii. 69.

Halifax and West Riding of Yorkshire; 1928 (150) iii. 95.

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II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:
Emergency Provisions Bill:

Report and proceedings of Standing Committee C; 1928 (55) vi. 545.
III. PAPERS:

Local Government Reform:

Proposals for reform in Local Government and in the financial relations
between the Exchequer and Local Authorities; 1928 [Cmd. 3134] xix.
33.

Grants:

Statement of Government grants to Local Authorities in Great Britain,
showing the purposes for which they are paid and the basis of distribu-
tion in each case; 1928 [Cmd. 3157] xix. 19.

Women's franchise. See Electors.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (SCOTLAND):

Reform:

Proposals for reform in Local Government in Scotland, and in the
financial relations between the Exchequer and Local Authorities; 1928
[Cmd. 3135] xix. 91.

Statement as to financial effects, in certain counties, of proposals for
Local Government reform; 1928 [Cmd. 3177] xix. 131.

LOCAL LEGISLATION:

Special Report from the Select Committee on Local Legislation, with the
proceedings; 1928 (125) vi. 559.

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