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LOCAL LOANS. See Loans.

LOCAL TAXATION. Exchequer Payments. See Finance (Accounts).
Inland Revenue (Report). Local Government (Grants).

See also Customs (Annual Report).

LOCAL VETO. See Licensing Acts.

LONDON. Traffic. See Police (Metropolis).

See also Thames (Floods).

LUNACY. Criminal. See Judicial Statistics.

LUNACY (SCOTLAND) :

Annual:

Fourteenth annual report (1927) of the General Board of Control for Scot-
land; 1928 [Cmd. 3160] xi. 271.

M.

MAGISTRATES. Salaries. See Finance (Accounts).

MAILS. See Post Office.

MAN, ISLE OF:

Customs:

Bill [passed, cap. 38] to amend the law with respect to Customs in the
Isle of Man; 1928; (191) ii. 487.

MARKETS AND FAIRS. See Agriculture (S.). (Annual Report.)
MARRIAGE, &c.:

Courts of Domestic Relations:

Bill to provide for courts of domestic relations to deal with matrimonial
cases of the poor; 1928 (119) i. 641.

Prohibited Degrees:

Bill to amend the law relating to the marriage of persons with their
nephew or niece by marriage; 1928 (39) iii. 1.

Provisional Order Bills:

Bill to confirm provisional order under the Marriages Validity Acts,
1905 and 1924, relating to St. Michael and All Angels, Westcliff; 1928
(34) iii. 5.

MATERNITY WELFARE. See Health, Public (S.) (Annual Report).

MEDICAL SERVICES. See Education; Factories and Health, Public
(Annual Reports). Research (Medical) (Pharmacopœia).

MEETINGS, PUBLIC:

Public Meeting Act (1908) Amendment:

Bill to amend the Public Meeting Act, 1908, by extending its operation
to meetings held during an election for local government office; 1928
(71) iv. 177.

MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. See House of Commons.

MENTAL DEFICIENCY. See Education (Annual Report). Lunacy.

MERCHANDISE MARKS:

I. BILL:

Fancy Jewellery:

Bill to amend the Merchandise Marks Acts, 1887 to 1911, and to define
certain trade descriptions as applied to articles in the fancy jewellery
and allied trades; 1928 (131) ii. 223.

II. REPORTS:

Reports of the Standing Committee:

Apples and Pears; 1928 [Cmd. 3062] xi. 587.

551.

Boots, shoes, and slippers (other than rubber); 1928 [Cmd. 3024] xi. 543.
Briar pipes and briar bowls; 1928 [Cmd. 3128] xi. 645.
Cast iron enamel baths; 1928; [Cmd. 3081] xi. 611.
Currants, sultanas, and raisins; 1928 [Cmd. 3026] xi.
Eggs (Second Report); 1928 [Cmd. 3145] xi. 657.
Electric cables and wires; 1928 [Cmd. 3040] xi. 575.
Electric incandescent lamps; 1928 [Cmd. 3083] xi.
Enamel zinc sheets; 1928 [Cmd. 3067] xi. 599.
Furniture (Metal); 1928 [Cmd. 3120] xi.
Glue and gelatine; 1928 [Cmd. 3068] xi. 605.
Honey; 1928; [Cmd. 3012] xi. 531.

643.

Lead and lead pipes; 1928 [Cmd. 3137] xi. 651.

Oats and oat products; 1928 [Cmd. 3118] xi. 631.

Pottery; 1928 [Cmd. 3028] xi. 563.

625.

Safety flame lamps, and parts thereof; 1928 [Cmd. 3154] xi. 667.
Shuttles; 1928 [Cmd. 3019] xi. 539.

Tooth brushes and shaving brushes; 1928 [Cmd. 3082] xi. 617.

MERCHANT SHIPPING SEAMEN:

I. BILL:

Line-throwing appliances:

Bill [passed, cap. 40] to make provision for a line-throwing appliance on
certain ships; 1928 (162) iii. 11.

Same (as amended by Committee); 1928 (193) iii. 13.

II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Line-throwing appliances Bill:

Report and proceedings of Standing Committee C; 1928 (120) vi. 611.

III. PAPER:

Dispensing Powers:

Report by the Board of Trade of cases in which they have exercised their
powers under Section 78 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1906, during
the year 1927 (in continuation of H.C. 3 of 1927); 1928 (6) xi. 673.
Load Line. See Treaties (Portugal).

Shipping Profits, Taxation of. See Treaties (Iceland) (Germany).
See also Lighthouses. Shipping. Statistics. Trade.

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

MEXICO. British claims for damage. See Treaties (Mexico).

MILK. See Cream.

MINES. Transfer of Labour. See Labour.

See also Coal. Explosions. Statistics.

MINT, ROYAL. See Finance (Trading Accounts).

MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS:

1928:

1. League of Nations (8th Assembly); 1928 [Cmd. 3008] xxvi. 447.
2. League of Nations (46th and 47th Councils); 1928 [Cmd. 3009]

xxvi 363.

3. League of Nations (48th Council); 1928 [Cmd. 3021] xxvi. 389.
4. League of Nations (49th Council); 1928 [Cmd. 3098] xxvi. 413.
5. League of Nations (50th Council); 1928 [Cmd. 3171] xxvi. 427.

MONUMENTS. See Historic Monuments.

MOROCCO. See Treaties (General).

MOTOR VEHICLES:

Insurance:

Bill to make it obligatory for owners of motor vehicles to be insured
against third-party risks; 1928 (80) iii. 543.

Motor Car Duties. See Finance (Accounts).

MOUNTAINS:

Access to Mountains:

Bill to secure to the public the right of access to mountains and moor-
lands; 1928 (139) i. 1.

MOZAMBIQUE. See Treaties (Portugal).

MUNITIONS LEVY. See Finance. See Finance (Accounts).

MUSEUMS. See Education (Annual Report).

N.

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY. See Church of England.

NATIONAL DEBT:

Annuities:

Account of the gross amount of all bank annuities and any annuities for
terms of years and other securities transferred, and of all sums of
money paid to the National Debt Commissioners; and the gross amount
of annuities which have been granted, and contracts made for pay-
ments on death during the year ended 5th January, 1928; 1928 (30)
xiii. 297.

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Deadweight Debt &c. (1880 to 1928):

Return showing the total amount of Deadweight Debt outstanding on
1st April in each year from 1900 to 1928 inclusive, the amounts which
were made available for the reduction of debt (distinguishing the
Sums expressly provided for service of the Debt, the old Sinking Fund,
and Miscellaneous Receipts), the gross amount of Debt redeemed, the
amount of Debt created, and the net increase or decrease of Debt
in each year; and similar statements in respect of other Capital
Liabilities and the Aggregate Gross Liabilities of the State; 1928
(102) xiii. 245.

Liabilities, Assets, Expenditure (1913-1928):

Return showing the Aggregate Gross Liabilities of the State as repre-
sented by the Nominal Funded Debt, Estimated Capital Liability in
respect of Terminable Annuities, Unfunded Debt, and other liabilities
in respect of Debt, the Estimated Assets, and the Exchequer Balances
at the close of each financial year, from 1913-4 to 1927-8, both in-
clusive; and the gross and net expenditure charged annually during
that period against the Public Revenue on Account of the National
Debt, and other payments connected with Capital Liabilities (in con-
tinuation of [Cmd. 2943] of Session 1927); 1928 [Cmd. 3170] xiii. 253.

Sinking Funds:

Account showing the amount issued from the Exchequer in respect of
the Old and New Sinking Funds in the year ended 31st March, 1928,
and of the particular application thereof; 1928 (76) xiii. 345.
See also Consolidated Fund. Finance. Statistics.

NATIONAL
Accounts).

PHYSICAL LABORATORY.
Research (Annual Report).

See Finance (Trading

NATURALISATION-NATIONALITY.

Annual:

Return showing particulars of all Aliens to whom Certificates of
Naturalisation have been issued and whose Oaths of Allegiance have,
during the year 1927, been registered at the Home Office; information
as to any Aliens who have, during the same period, obtained Acts
of Naturalisation from the Legislature; and Particulars of cases in
which Certificates of Naturalisation have been revoked within the
same period (in continuation of No. 66 of Session 1927; 1928 (75)
xix. 609.

NAVIGATION.

See Lighthouses. Merchant Shipping. Trade.

NAVY:

I. BILL:

Naval Prize:

Bill [passed, cap. 36] to make provision for winding up the Naval
Prize Fund, and the dissolution of the Tribunal established under the
Naval Prize Act, 1918; 1928 (174) iii. 627.

II. ESTIMATES:

Annual:

Navy Estimates for 1928-9; 1928 (33) xv. 1.

Explanatory Statement by the First Lord of the Admiralty; 1928
[Cmd. 3052] xv. 595.

NAVY-contd.

II. ESTIMATES-contd.

Supplementary:

Estimate of a further sum required for the Navy for the year 1927-28;
1928 (36) xv.

609.

Appropriation Account:

Appropriation Account for 1926-27; 1928 (26) xv. 623.

Surpluses:

Treasury Minute authorising temporary application of surpluses for
1926-27; 1928 (2) xv. 745.

III. PAPERS:

Fleets:

Return showing the Fleets of the British Empire, United States of
America, Japan, France, Italy, Soviet Union, and Germany, on
1st February, 1928 (in continuation of [Cmd. 2809] of 1927); 1928
[Cmd. 3034] xv. 749.

Naval Prize Bill:

Memorandum on financial resolution; 1928 [Cmd. 3089] xv. 847.
Cordite and Torpedo Factories, Victualling Yards, and Wireless
Stations. See Finance (Trading Accounts).

NIGER COMPANY. See Finance (Accounts).

NORWAY:

Territorial Waters and Fisheries:

Proposals for agreements between the Governments of Great Britain
and Norway regarding territorial waters and fisheries off the Norwegian
coast; 1928 [Cmd. 3121] xxvi. 175.

OATS. See Merchandise Marks.

OATHS:

False Oaths (S.):

Bill intituled an Act to consolidate and simplify the law of Scotland
relating to false oaths, declarations, and statements; 1928 (88) ii. 213.

OFFENCES. See Judicial Statistics.

OFFICES:

Offices Regulation:

Bill to regulate offices and the employment of young persons therein;
and for other purposes connected therewith; 1928 (72) iv. 1.
Public Offices Sites. See Finance (Accounts).

OLD AGE PENSIONS.

See Pensions (Contributory).

OMNIBUSES. See Local Government (Bills).

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