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Number of Bills referred to the Committee on Unopposed Bills by the Committee
of Selection or by the General Committee on Railway and Canal Bills Number of Provisional Order Bills reported on by the Committee on Unopposed Bills
GENERAL SUMMARY of RETURNS relating to PrivaTE BUSINESS for Session 1907.
(A.)-Number of Private Bills introduced into the House of Commons
brought from the House of Lords to the House of Commons
House of Commons
(B.)-Number of Private Bills
Provisional Order Bills which have received the Royal Assent
passed in the House of Commons, and not
passed in the Honse of Lords Hybrid Bills
-1 Private Bills
which have been withdrawn or not proceeded
with by the Parties
which have not passed Standing Orders Com-
mittee or have been rejected in the House
(C.)-Number of Private Bills
and partly by the Committee of Selection
PRIVATE BILLS, &c.
RETURNS of the Number of PRIVATE BILLS,
HYBRID Bills, and Bills for confirming
REPORT by the CHAIRMAN of COMMITTEES of the HOUSE of LORDS
and the CHAIRMAN of WAYS and MEANS in the HOUSE of COMMONS under Section 2 of the PRIVATE LEGISLATION PROCEDURE (SCOTLAND) Act, 1899.
REPORT by the CHAIRMAN of COMMITTEES of the House of LORDS
and the CHAIRMAN of WAYS and MEANS in the HOUSE of COMMONS under Section 2 of the PRIVATE LEGISLATION PROCEDURE (SCOTLAND) ACT, 1899.
We have taken into consideration the several Draft Provisional Orders for which Petitions, in accordance with the provisions of the said Act and the General Orders thereunder, were presented to the Secretary for Scotland on or before the 17th December 1906, and we hereby report as follows:
We are of opinion
1. That, having regard to Section 16 (2) of the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1899, the provisions of—
The Electric Supply Corporation Order,
Clause 65 of the Dundee Corporation Order, ought not to be dealt with by Provisional Order under that Act.
2. That the provisions of
The General Accident Fire and Life Assurance Corpora
tion, Limited, Order,
Clause 34 of the Leith Harbour and Docks Order, are of such a character that they ought to be dealt with by Private Bill and not by Provisional Order.
The Buckhaven Dock Order,
Water Order raise such questions of policy and principle that they ought to be dealt with by Private Bill and not by Provisional Order.
4. That, save as aforesaid, the Draft Provisional Orders be allowed to proceed, subject to such recommendations as we may hereafter make with respect to the several Orders.
22 February 1907.