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PROVIDENT SOCIETIES. See Friendly Societies.

PROVISIONAL ORDERS AND LEGISLATION. See Bills, Private,
and the Subject of each Bill.

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Bill to make provision for the prevention of damage by rabbits; 1928
(24) iv. 185.

II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Rabbits Bill:

Report and proceedings of Standing Committee C; 1928 (83) vi. 633.

RADIO TELEGRAPHY. See Broadcasting. Research (Annual Report).

Telegraphs.

RAG FLOCK:

I. BILL:

Bill [passed, cap. 39] to amend the Rag Flock Act, 1911; 1928 (105)
iv. 199.

11. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Report and proceedings of Standing Committee A; 1928 (121) vi. 769.

RAILWAYS:

1. BILLS:

Third Class Sleeping:

Bill to provide lying-down accommodation on night journeys in third
class railway carriages; 1928 (36) iv. 203.

Light Railway:

Bill to confirm a provisional order relating to the North and South
Shields Light Railway; 1928 (95) iii. 631.

RAILWAYS-contd.

II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Railway (Road Transport) Bills:

III. REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS:

Report by the Joint Select Committee of the House of Lords and the
House of Commons on the London, Midland and Scottish, the Great
Western, the London and North Eastern, the Metropolitan, and the
Southern Railways (Road Transport) Bills; 1928 (94) vi. 773.

Railway and Canal Commission:

Thirty-ninth Annual Report, for 1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3043] xii. 261.
Passenger Duty. See Customs (Annual Report). Finance (Trading
Accounts).

RAMSGATE HARBOUR. See Finance (Trading Accounts).

RATES-RATING-VALUATION:

1. BILLS:

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment):

Bill [passed, cap. 44] to make provision, with a view to the grant of
relief from rates in respect of certain classes of hereditaments, for the
distinction in valuation lists of the classes of hereditaments to be
affected, and the apportionment in valuation lists of the net annual
values of such hereditaments according to the extent of the user
thereof for various purposes; 1928 (143) iv. 225.

Same (as amended in Committee); 1928 (170) iv. 247.

Land Values Rating:

Bill to enable local rating authorities to levy rates upon land values;
1928 (109) ii. 501.

Rating and Valuation (London):

Bill [passed, cap. 8] to extend to the administrative County of London
the provisions of the Rating and Valuation Act, 1925, with respect
to the valuation of hereditaments containing machinery and plant,
to make temporary provision with respect to the deductions to be
made in ascertaining rateable value, to amend sections eleven and
thirty-seven and the Fourth and Fifth Schedules of the said Act, and
to provide for obtaining decisions on points of law with a view to
securing uniformity in valuation; 1928 (49) iv. 205.

Same (as amended by Committee); 1928 (58) iv. 215.

II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Rating and Valuation (London) Bill:

Report and proceedings of Standing Committee C; 1928 (43) vi. 781.

RATES--RATING AND VALUATION (SCOTLAND):

I. BILL:

Rating (S.) Amendment:

Bill [passed, cap. 6] to amend the Rating (Scotland) Act, 1926, with
respect to the ascertainment of the amount of the additional annual
grant for Scotland under the Agricultural Rates Act, 1923, and the
payments to rating authorities in respect of that grant and in certain
other respects; 1928 (44) iv. 271.

RATES RATING AND VALUATION (SCOTLAND)-contd.

II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Rating (S.) Amendment Bill:

Report and proceedings of the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills;
1928 (32) vi. 777.

III. PAPER:

Rating (S.) Amendment Bill:

Memorandum on the financial resolution; 1928 [Cmd. 3031] xix. 179.
See also Health, Public (S.) (Annual Report).

READING UNIVERSITY. See Electors.

RECRUITING. See Army (Annual Report).

REFEREES, Court of. See House of Commons (Select Committees).

REGISTER OF TEMPORARY LAWS. See Laws.

REGISTRARS, PAID. See Births, &c.

REGISTRIES. See Agencies.

REPARATIONS. Dyes. See Finance (Trading Accounts).

See also Bulgaria.

Recovery Act. See Customs (Annual Report).

REPRESENTATION. See Electors.

RESEARCH:

Medical Research:

Report of the Medical Research Council for the year 1926-27; 1928
[Cmd. 3013] xi. 379.

Pharmacopoeia:

Report by a Sub-Committee, of the Committee of Civil Research, on the
British Pharmacopoeia; 1928 [Cmd. 3101] vii. 457.

Agriculture. See Agriculture (S.) (Annual Report).
Commission. Fisheries (S.) (Annual Report).

See also Empire Marketing Board.

RESERVOIRS. See Dams.

REVENUE DEPARTMENTS. See Civil Services.

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE:

I. BILL.

See Finance.

II. REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS:

Inland Revenue:

Eightieth Report, for the year 1927-28 [Cmd. 3176] x. 867

Development

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE-contd.

III. ACCOUNTS AND PAPERS:

Income and Expenditure:

Account of the Public Income and Expenditure of the United Kingdom
in the year ended 31st March, 1928; with the Balances in the Exchequer
on 1st April 1927; the receipts and payment (not being income and
expenditure) in the year ended 31st March, 1928, and the Balances
in the Exchequer on that day; 1928 (65) xiii. 323.

Public Departments (Gross and Net Cost):

Statement showing the gross and net cost of the Civil Services and
Revenue Departments, and the Army, Navy, and Air Services, for
the year ended 31st March, 1927 (in continuation of No. 64 of 1927);
1928 (10) xiii. 307.

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RICHMOND PARK. Golf Course. See Finance (Trading Accounts).

RIGHTS OF WAY:

Bill to amend the law relating to public rights of way; 1928 (85) iv. 179.
Compare Mountains (Access).

RIVERS, POLLUTION OF. See Health, Public (S.) (Annual Report).

ROADS:

Road Fund:

Abstract Account of the Road Fund for the year 1926-27, with the
report of the Comptroller and Auditor-General; 1928 (14) xiii. 335.

Petrol Pumps. See Petroleum.

ROYAL FAMILY AND HOUSEHOLD. See Finance (Accounts).

ROYAL NIGER COMPANY. See Finance (Accounts).

RUBBER:

I. BILL:

Rubber Industry:

Bill to provide for the collection of a contribution by rubber manufac-
turers in Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the funds of the
Research Association of British Rubber Manufacturers; and for other
purposes connected therewith; 1928 (7) iv. 381.

Same (as amended by Committee); 1928 (172) iv. 393.

11. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Rubber Industry Bill:

Report and proceedings of Standing Committee B; 1928 (97) vi. 813.

III. PAPER:

Tables:

Tables and diagrams relating to the rubber industry; 1928 [Cmd. 3086]
xxv. 937.

RURAL INDUSTRIES.
(S.) (Annual Report).

RUSSIA:

Communist Funds:

See Development Commission.

Agriculture

Report of an enquiry into certain transactions of the Bank for Russian
Trade, Ltd., and the Moscow Narodny Bank, Ltd., with a memorandum
by the Directors of the latter Bank; 1928 [Cmd. 3125] xii. 275.

S.

SAFEGUARDING OF INDUSTRIES. See Trade.

SALMON FISHERIES (S.) See Fisheries (S.) (Annual Report).

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

SANITARY ADMINISTRATION. See Health, Public (S.) (Annual
Report).

SAN SALVADOR. See Treaties.

SAVIDGE, MISS. See Police.

SAVINGS BANKS:

Municipal Savings Banks:

Report of the Committee appointed to consider whether it is desirable
to permit a further extension of Municipal Savings Banks; 1928 [Cmd.
3014] xi. 729.

SAVINGS CERTIFICATES. See Finance (Accounts).

SCHOOLS. See Education.

SCIENCE AND ART. See Education.

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. See Research.

SCOTLAND:

1. BILLS:

Reorganisation of Offices:

Bill [passed, cap. 34] to provide for the transference of the respective
powers and duties of the Scottish Board of Health, the Board of
Agriculture for Scotland, and the Prison Commissioners for Scotland,
to Departments of Health and Agriculture and a Prisons Department
for Scotland, and to make further provision with regard to the office
of Chairman of the Fishery Board for Scotland and other offices in
Scotland, and with regard to the Public Registers, Records and Rolls
of Scotland; 1928 (27) iv. 297.

Same (as amended by Committee); 1928 (107) iv. 311.
Lords' amendment; 1928 (195) iv. 325.

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