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Chairman of Ways and Means or Counsel to Mr. Speaker to confer with Chairman of Lords' Committees on or before 28th January to determine in which House the respective Bills should be first considered, 79.
All Bills to be laid before the Chairman of Ways and Means and Counsel to Mr. Speaker not later than the day after the Examiner has endorsed the petition, 80.
Chairman of Ways and Means to report to the House before second reading of Bills relating to government contracts, 81.
Two clear days before consideration by committee, Bills to be laid before Chairman of Ways and Means and Counsel to Mr. Speaker, 82.
Three clear days before consideration, Bills, as amended in committee, to be laid before Chairman of Ways and Means and Counsel to Mr. Speaker, and deposited at various public offices, 84.
Clauses and amendments offered on consideration, and verbal amendments on third reading, to be submitted to Chairman of Ways and Means, and the Counsel to Mr. Speaker, and the Chairman of Ways and Means shall acquaint the House whether the same ought to be entertained without being referred to the Select Committee on Standing Orders, 85, 216.
In the case of clauses and amendments proposed on consideration, and referred to Standing Orders Committee, committee to report whether they should be adopted, or whether the Bill should be re-committed, 97.
Printed copies of Bills to be laid before Committee of Selection, or General Committee on Railway and Canal Bills at their first meeting, 102.
At the first meeting of the committee, copy of Bill as proposed to be submitted to them, to be laid before each member of the committee, 137.
A Petitioner against a Bill brought from Lords who has discussed clauses in that House not to be precluded from opposing preamble in this House, 143.
Board of Trade to report on Bills. relating to generating stations, 157a.
Clauses to be inserted in Railway, &c., Bills, relating to limit of time for completion of line, 158.
Board of Trade to report on Bills to authorise abandonment of works, 1586.
Agreement for which parliamentary sanction is sought to be annexed as a schedule to a Bill, 174.
In the case of Bills for restoring Letters Patent, copy thereof to be annexed, 175.
Procedure in the case of Inclosure and Drainage Bills, 176-183.
Housing of the Working Classes, 184.
Turnpike Roads (Ireland), 186.
Gas or Water Companies' additional capital, 188.
Estate Bills, 188a.
Divorce Bills, 189-192.
Bills to be brought in upon petition signed by the parties, 193.
No Bill for confirming provisional order or certificate to be read the first time after Whitsuntide, 193a.
Procedure in case of Bills promoted by London County Council, 194-194e.
Bills to be deposited in the Private Bill Office, and to be laid on the Table of the House by a clerk of that office, with a list of such Bills, 195.
Bills to be presented by Leing laid on the Table of the House not later than one clear day after indorsement by Examiner, 196.
Bills laid upon the Table deemed to have been read the first time and ordered to be read a second time or referred to Examiners, 197.
When standing orders applicable to Bill brought in on motion are not complied with, order of the day relating to the Bill to be discharged, 200a.
Orders as to the mode of printing, 201. Charges affecting public revenue to be inserted in Bills in italics, 202.
Every Bill (except name Bills) to be printed, and copies delivered to Vote Office before first reading, 203.
Interval between first and second reading, 204.
Second or third readings, consideration as amended, &c., when opposed, to be postponed until the next sitting of the House, 207.
Every Bill (except Railway, Canal, or Divorce Bills), when read a second time and committed, to be referred to Committee of Selection; if a Railway or Canal Bill, to the General Committee on Railway and Canal Bills, and if a Divorce Bill, to the Select Committee on Divorce Bills, 208.
Provisional Order Bills to stand referred after second reading to the Committee of Selection or the General Committee on Railway and Canal Bills, 208a.
Unopposed Bills when treated opposed to be referred again to the Committee of Selection or the General Committee on Railway and Canal Bills, 209.
Interval between second reading and committee, 211.
Printed copies of Bills, as amended in committee, to be delivered to the Vote Office three clear days before consideration, 214.
Three clear days to intervene between the report and the consideration of the Bill unless Chairman of Ways and Means has acquainted the House whether Bill contains the provisions required by the standing orders, 215.
Amendments not to be proposed on consideration or third reading unless sanctioned by Chairman of Ways and Means, 216.
No Amendments, except verbal, to be made on third reading, 219.
Bill to be printed fair after third reading, at the expense of the parties applying for the same, 221.
No Bill to be passed through two stages on the same day, without special leave, 223.
In whose custody Bills are to be kept, 233.
Three clear days' notice of day proposed for second reading to be given to the Private Bill Office, 235.
Filled-up Bill as proposed to be submitted to committee to be deposited in Private Bill Office, 237.
Bills printed as amended in committee to be examined in the Private Bill Office, 241.
Bills printed fair to be examined with Bills as read the third time and sent to the Lords indorsed with certificate of examination, 245.
Tables of Fees payable at the House of Commons in regard to Private Bills, pp. 123-124.
Certain Bills deemed to be Private Bills within the meaning of the Table of Fees, p. 124.
See also Committees. Railways. Custody of. Examiners. London County Council. Notices by Advertisement. Preamble. Private Bill Office.
Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act: Orders for the purposes of, 250-259. Definitions, 250.
Chairmen to determine procedure for consideration of draft provisional orders, 251.
Report of Chairmen on draft provisional orders, 252.
Committee of Selection to choose Parliamentary Panel, 253.
Bills originating in the Lords referred to joint committee to be deemed to have passed committee in this House, 254.
Constitution of joint committee, 254a. Substituted Bills may be deposited on or before 17th December, and all notices shall be applicable to such Bills, 255.
Deposit of substituted Bill at public departments, 255.
Proofs before Examiners, 256.
No provisions not contained in draft provisional order to be inserted in substituted Bill, 257.
Deposit of substituted Bills brought from the Lords, 258.
Petitions for and against draft provisional orders, 259.
Proof by Affidavit. See Affidavits.
Property held in Trust for Public Purposes : Bills relating to, included in the 1st Class of Bills, 1.
Proprietors. See Consents. Meetings of Proprietors. Shareholders.
Provisional Orders and Certificates:
Statement relating to working class houses affected by, to be deposited in Private Bill Office on or before 21st December, 38.
Duplicates of plans, &c., in cases of application for, to be deposited in Private Bill Office on or before 30th November, 39.
Bills to confirm, after first reading, to be referred to Examiners, 72.
Two clear days' notice to be given by the promoters of Bills for confirming, in the Private Bill Office, of the day on which the same shall be examined, after the Bill has been printed and circulated, 73.
Provisional Orders and Certificates continued.
Orders relating to petitions against
Bills for confirming, 127, 128, 135, 205, | Quorum. See Committees.
Proceedings of committees on Bills for confirming, to be conducted as in cases. of Private Bills, and subject to same rules and orders of the House, so far as applicable, 151.
No Bill for confirming, to be read first time after Whitsuntide, 193a.
Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1888:
Interval between first and second Railways: reading of Bill to confirm, 204.
Bills for confirming, to stand referred to the Committee of Selection or General Committee on Railway and Canal Bills, and Committee on Bill containing an opposed order or certificate, to consider all the orders, &c., comprised in the Bill, 208a.
Bills for confirming, to be set down for consideration, each day, in a separate list, after Private Business, in same order as Private Bills, 225a.
Privileges of this House not insisted on in the case of Bills for confirming, sent down from the Lords, referring to tolls and charges not in the nature of a tax, 226.
Consideration of memorials complaining of non-compliance with the standing. orders, in cases of Bills for confirming, 232.
See also Private Bills. Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act.
Public Carriage Roads:
Bills relative to, included in the 2nd Class of, 1.
Deposit of Bills with road authorities, 34a.
Diversion, &c., of, to be marked on the plan, 43.
Particulars in the case of works affecting, to be marked on the section, 47, 51, 52.
Level of, when altered by any public work, 145.
Ascent of, where the level is altered in making any railway, subject to a report from the Board of Trade, 154.
Level crossings, 155.
Bills for Payment of any, included in the 1st Class of Bills, 1.
Public Revenue, Charges on:
To be inserted in italics in the printed Bill, 202.
Publication of Notices. See Gazette. Notices by Advertisement.
Bills relative to, included in the 2nd Class of Bills, 1.
Notice in application powers, 18.
case of Bill containing for compulsory running
Plans, book of reference, and section to be deposited with clerks of the peace, &c., 24.
Copy of all plans, sections and books of reference, and ordnance map to be deposited with Board of Trade, 27.
Printed copy of every Bill relating to, to be deposited at the Board of Trade on or before 18th December, 33.
Form of estimate in Bills relating to,
Particulars to be specially described on the plans and sections, 42-44, 47, 49-55.
In the case of certain Bills relating to, a sum of not less than five per cent. on the amount of the estimate of expense to be deposited before the 15th January with the Paymaster General in England, Accountant General in Ireland, or Court of Exchequer in Scotland, 57.
Bills relating to charging payments on poor or local rate in Ireland to be submitted to and approved by rating authorities, 67.
Printed copies of Bills to be laid before the General Committee at their first meeting, 102.
In the case of Bills relating to, railway companies may be heard upon petition against preamble and clauses, 132.
Bodies representing trades, &c., may petition against rates and fares, 133.
Board of Trade to report on Bills relating to, seeking powers to levy tolls, &c., in excess of those authorised, 145a. Restrictions as to mortgage, 153. Clauses and provisions to be inserted in Bills, 158-170.
Board of Trade to report on Bills for abandonment of undertakings, or release of deposit money, 1586.
Unopposed Bills relating to, when treated as opposed to be again referred to the General Committee, 209.
See also Committees. Level Crossings. Private Bills.
Rates and Charges:
To be fixed by committee on railway, &c., Bills by reference to the Rates and Charges Order Confirmation Act of another company, 166a.
Revision of, in case of existing company, 1686.
One clear day's notice to be given of meeting of committee, 236.
Filled up Bill to be deposited in Private Bill Office two clear days' before the meeting of committee, 237. .
Referees on Private Bills:
Constitution of, 87.
Rules of practice and procedure of, to be made by Chairman of Ways and Means, 88.
To decide locus standi of petitioners, 89, 129, 133-135.
Reference, Book of. See Book of Reference. Registers:
How to be kept by the clerks in the Private Bill Office, 227.
Relinquishment of Works:
Notice to be served upon owners, lessees, and occupiers, 16.
Reports of Committees on Bills. See Committees.
Reports from Public Departments :
Committee on any Bill to notice, in their report, the recommendation of any public department referred to them, 150, 194c, 194d.
Committees on Railway Bills to report specially thereon, 157.
Committees on Bills relating to generating stations, to report specially thereon, 157a.
To stand referred to committees on Bills, 212.
Reservoirs. See Canals, &c.
Revenue. See Public.
Alleging their water supply to be diminished, or injuriously affected, may be heard on petition against Bill, 134d.
Rivers, Conservators of. See Conservators.
Roads. See Public Carriage Roads. Turnpike Roads (Ireland).
Running Powers over Railways:
Notice to railway companies in case of application for, on or before 21st December, 18.
Rural District :
Bill to alter boundary of, to be deposited. at Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, on or before 18th December, 33; Bills brought from the Lords not later than two days after first reading, 60; Bills as amended in committee three clear days before consideration, 84.
Rural District Council. See District Council.
When opposed, proceeding on Bill postponed until the day on which the House shall next sit, 207.
After the, Bills to stand referred to the Committee of Selection, or the General Committee on Railway and Canal Bills, or the Committee on Divorce Bills, 208, 208A.
Six clear days between the, and the sitting of the committee on Bill, three clear days in the case of Name, Naturalisation, and Estate Bills, 211.
Three clear days' nouce of, to be given. by the agent to the Private Bill Office, 235.
Secretary for Scotland:
Deposit of plans, &c., at office of, 26a. Deposit of Bills at office of, 33, 60, 84. Deposit of statement relating to working class houses at the office of, 38.
In the case of Bills relating to navigations to specify levels, 48.
In the case of railways, the line marked thereon to correspond with the upper surface of the rails, 49.
Distances on the datum line, and vertical measure at each change of gradient, to be marked, 50.
Height of railway over or depth under the surface of roads, &c., and bridges and level crossings to be marked, 51.
Cross sections to be furnished where level of canals, roads or railways altered, 52.
Extreme height of embankment and depth of cutting, exceeding five feet, to be marked, 53.
Tunnelling to be marked, 54.
The gradient of a junction railway to be shown on section for a distance of 800 yards on either side of point of junction, 55.
See Plans, &c.
Select Committees. See Committees.
Selection, Committee of. See Committees.
Service of Notices:
How to be made and proved, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 256.
Sessional and Standing Orders:
Select Committee on Standing Orders to report whether they ought or ought not to be dispensed with, 95.
Petitions for dispensing with the, to stand referred to Standing Orders Committee, 200.
No motion to dispense with any, to be made without notice, 224.
Copy of the, which regulate the presentation of Petitions against Bills, to accompany applications and notices, 19.
Examiner to report whether they have or have not been complied with, 71, 78.
Also in case of petitions for additional provision, Bills brought from Lords, Bills introduced in lieu of others, and Bills to confirm provisional orders and certificates, 72, 77.
Committee on on Standing Orders to report whether they ought or ought not to be dispensed with, 92, 95.
Also in the case of Bills brought from the Lords, 93.
No committee on Bill to inquire into compliance or non-compliance with certain, unless by special order of the House, 140.