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ALCOHOL. See Africa. Licensing Acts.

ALIENS:

Quarterly Returns:

Return of aliens landed, embarked, and refused leave to land in the United Kingdom during each quarter of 1928; 1928 [Cmd. 3113]: xix. 665.

Statistics (1927):

Statistics regarding aliens who entered and left the United Kingdom in 1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3130] xix. 681.

See also Naturalisation. Police (Metropolis).

ANIMALS:

I. BILLS:

Protection of Animals:

Bill to extend the operation of the enactments relating to the protection of animals in respect of animals kept in captivity or confinement and released for the purpose of being hunted or coursed; 1928 (123) iv. 155.

Slaughter of Animals:

Bill to regulate the methods of slaughtering animals, and for purposes relating thereto; 1928 (73) iv. 457.

Animals used in Mines. See Coal.

See also Dogs. Vivisection.

ANIMALS (SCOTLAND):

1. BILL:

Slaughter of Animals (S.):

Bill [passed, cap. 29] to provide for the humane slaughter of animals in Scotland; 1928 (23) iv. 461.

Same (as amended by Committee); 1928 (54) iv. 465.

Lords' Amendment; 1928 (184) iv. 471.

II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Slaughter of Animals (S.) Bill:

Report and proceedings of the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills; 1928 (38) vi. 853.

ANNUITIES AND INSURANCES. See Government Insurance. National Debt.

APPLES. See Merchandise Marks.

APPROPRIATION BILL. See Consolidated Fund.

ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION:

International. See League of Nations. Treaties.

Trade Disputes. See Labour (Annual Report). Trade Boards, &c., and the subject of each dispute.

ARCHITECTS:

Registration:

Bill to provide for the registration of architects and for purposes connected therewith; 1928 (3) i. 147.

ARMY:

I. BILL:

Army and Air Force Annual:

Bill [passed, cap. 7] to provide, during twelve months, for the discipline and regulation of the Army and Air Force; 1928 (76) i. 163.

II. REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS:

Annual:

General Annual Report of the British Army for the year ending 30th September, 1927, with the Annual Report on recruiting; 1928 [Cmd. 3030] xiv. 911.

III. ESTIMATES :

Army Estimates:

Army Estimates for the year 1928-29; 1928 (24) xiv. 393.

Memorandum by the Secretary of State for War; 1928 [Cmd. 3036], xiv. 747.

Appropriation Account:

Army Appropriation Account for 1926-27; 1928 (37) xiv. 755.

Surpluses:

Treasury Minute, 31st January, 1928, authorising the temporary application of surpluses on Army Votes for 1926-27 to meet excesses other than Army votes for the same year; 1928 (21) xiv. 903.

Similar Minute, 29th March, 1928, in respect of the year 1927-28; 1928 (54) xiv. 907.

See also Air. Chelsea Hospital. Ordnance. Pensions.

ARRESTMENT:

Report of a committee on the expediency of adopting in England the Scottish legal system of arrestment upon the dependence; 1928 [Cmd. 3108] vii. 103.

ARTILLERY. See Ordnance.

ASSISTANCE, PUBLIC. See Poor Laws.

ASSURANCE:

Industrial Assurance:

Report of the Industrial Assurance Commissioner for 1927; 1928 (18) x. 623.

AUCTIONS:

Mock Auctions:

Bill to amend the law with respect to auctioneers and to prohibit the holding of mock auctions; 1928 (82) i. 179.

AUGMENTATIONS. See Ecclesiatical Commission.

AUSTRIA. See Treaties.

AVIATION. See Air.

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Bill [passed, cap. 15] to reduce and re-apportion the aggregate amount of the fiduciary bank-note issues of banks in Northern Ireland, and to restrict the circulation in Northern Ireland of notes issued outside the United Kingdom, and otherwise to amend the Bankers (Ireland) Act, 1845, in its application to Northern Ireland; 1928 (114) i. 183. Lords amendments; 1928 (160) i. 187.

Bank Notes. See Currency.

Municipal Savings Banks. See Savings Banks.

BANKRUPTCY:

Account:

Account showing the receipts and expenditure on account of Bankruptcy and Companies (Winding-up) Proceedings during the year ended 31st March, 1928; 1928 (58) xiii. 95.

See also hire purchase.

BATHS. See Merchandise Marks.

BEDWELLTY UNION. See Poor Laws.

BEER. See Licensing Acts.

BENEFICES. See Church of England.

BETTING:

I. BILLS:

Juvenile Messengers (S.):

Bill [passed, cap. 27] to prohibit the use of young persons in the conveyance or delivery of messages or information relating to betting; and for purposes in connection therewith; 1928 (14) i. 189.

Betting Overseas (Prohibition):

Bill to prohibit the making with bookmakers of bets on events to be determined in Great Britain unless the bets are made in Great Britain; 1928 (187) i. 191.

Racecourse Betting:

Bill [passed, cap. 41] to amend the Betting Act, 1853; 1928 (5) iv. 189. Same (as amended by Committee); 1928 (164) iv. 193.

II. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES :

Racecourse Betting Bill:

Report and proceedings of Standing Committee A; 1928 (91) vi. 699.

Juvenile Messengers (S.) Bill:

Report and proceedings of the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills; 1928 (72) v. 703.

BILLS, PRIVATE. See House of Commons. Local Legislation.

BILLS, PRIVATE (SCOTLAND):

For Bills confirming Provisional Orders and under the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act. See Local Government (S.). Railways (S.). Tramways (S.). &c.

BILLS, PUBLIC. See House of Commons.

BIRDS. See Lapwings.

BIRTHS, &c.

1. BILL:

Registration:

Bill to amend the Births and Deaths Registration Acts, 1836 to 1926, and the Marriage Acts, 1811 to 1898; 1928 (8) iv. 279.

Same (as amended by Committee); 1928 (177) iv. 289.

II. REPORT OF COMMITTEE:

Registration Bill:

Report and proceedings of Standing Committee A; 1928 (106) vi. 787.

BLASPHEMY :

Amendment:

Bill to amend the Blasphemy Laws; 1928 (35) i. 193.
See also Sedition.

BLIND, The :

Blind Persons:

Bill to amend the Blind Persons Act, 1920 (16) i. 195.

BOARDS OF AGRICULTURE, &c. See Agriculture, &c.

BOOTS. See Merchandise Marks.

BORSTAL INSTITUTIONS. See Judicial Statistics (Criminal).

BRIAR PIPES. See Merchandise Marks.

BRIDGES:

Amendment:

Bill to amend the law with respect to bridges and the roads carried thereby, and the approaches thereto; 1928 (63) i. 205.

Improvement and Maintenance:

Bill to facilitate the reconstruction of weak bridges belonging to bodies other than highway authorities, and to provide means for the transfer, in suitable cases, of the responsibility for the future maintenance of the bridge or roadway to the highway authority [not printed]; 1928 (31) i. 217.

BRITISH LEGION:

Poppies:

Bill to prohibit the importation into Great Britain and Northern Ireland of spurious British Legion Poppies [not printed]; 1928 (132) i. 245.

BRITISH PHOSPHATES. See Finance (Trading Accounts).

BROADCASTING:

Annual Report:

First annual report of the British Broadcasting Corporation for 1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3123] vii. 121.

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BUDGET. See Finance.

BUILDING:

Prices of Materials:

Inter-departmental Committee appointed to survey the prices of building materials. Chairman's Report to June, 1928; 1928 [Cmd. 3155], vii. 137.

BULGARIA :

Reparations:

Arrangements between Great Britain, France, Italy, and Bulgaria for Reparation Payments by Bulgaria under Articles 121 and 122 of the Treaty of Neuilly of 27th November, 1919; 1928 [Cmd. 3133] xxvi. 17. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. See House of Commons.

BUTTONS, &c. See Trade (Safeguarding).

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CABLES. See Telegraphs.

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE. See Revenue.

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT:

Abolition:

Bill to provide for the abolition of capital punishment, and to substitute other punishments therefor, and for purposes connected with the matters aforesaid; 1928 (37) i. 251.

CATS. See Dogs

CATTLE. See Animals.

CEYLON:

Constitution:

Report of the special Commission on the constitution of Ceylon; 1928 [Cmd. 3131] vii. 155.

CHARACTERS:

Bill to amend the Servants' Characters Act, 1792 [NOT PRINTED]; 1928 (156) iv. 411.

CHARITIES:

I. BILL:

Bill to confirm a scheme:

Richmond (Surrey) Parish Charity Lands; 1928 (103) iv. 377.

II. REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS:

Annual:

Seventy-fifth Report of the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales, being for 1927; 1928 [Cmd. 3075] vii. 349.

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