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Apr 24
31
THE NAIROBI INCIDENT Question Mr Carlile Answer The UnderSecretary
31
THE LAND POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENTTHE PRIME MINISTER AND THE DEMAND
31
NORTH ANTRIM INCOME Tax APPEALS Question Mr Glendinning Answer
31
May 2
31
Apr 26
31
Apr 24
31
Which Amendment was
31
FIFTH VOLUME OF SESSION 1907
31
Page
31
SMALL BORE BULLETS Question M wurthope Sussex Rye Answer
31
IRISH LAND PURCHASE FUND Questions Mr Hayden Roscommon S Captain
31
May 2
31
ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERSSHEPHERDS Bush PROPERTY Question
41
Considered in Committee
71
Mr Rothschild and had appointed in substitution Mr James Francis
101
COLONIAL CONFERENCE 1907 Precis of Proceedings of the Colonial Conference
107
Question
121
Report to lie upon the Table and to be printed No 129
129
Estate Duty shall be payable
133
Resolved That incometax charged under Schedule D in the IncomeTax
135
Mr Brooke Tower Hamlets Bow and Bromley
147
Mr John Redmond Waterford
159
The Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury Sir H Campbell
171
176
175
join with the Select Committee of the House of Commons on the said Bills
177
PHOSPHORUS POISONING
179
COUNTY COUNCILS AND SMALL HOLDINGS
219
Public PETITIONS COMMITTEE Second Report brought up and read to
227
POLICE COUNTIES AND BOROUGHS ENGLAND AND WALES Reports of
229
KILLTEVAN Post OFFICE Question Mr Kette Tyron E Answer
231
FOREIGN TRUSTS AND THE BRITISH MEAT TRADE Question Sir William
239
IMPORTS OF PLAIN SPIRITS Question Mr Pike Pease Answer Mr Asquith
243
KINGHARMAN ESTATE Question Mr J OKelly Answer Mr Birrell 888
253
ARBUTHNOT AND COMPANYS BANKRUPTCY Question Mr Smeaton Answer
257
New YORK PEACE CONGRESS Question Mr Rees Answer Sir H Campbell
261
Housing OF THE WORKING CLASSES Question Mr Rees Answer
275
LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE RAILWAY COMPANY Question Mr M MacDonald
277
Belfast FACTORY WORKERS Question Mr J Devlin Belfast W Answer
285
Apr 25
291
sideration upon Tuesday next and to be printed Bill 168
293
Mr Arthur Lee Hants Fareham
307
Sir F Banbury City of London
309
May 3
325
Mr ArnoldForster Croydon
327
Apt 25
331
Channel Tunnel Railway Bill BY ORDER Order for Second Reading read
345
Which Amendment was
349
Main Question again proposed
355
Mr Hemmerde Denbighshire E
363
Motion made and Question That this House do now adjournMr
371
MARRIAGE WITH A DECEASED WIFEs Sister Bill Petition from Lewisham
373
Estates COMMISSIONERS ANNUAL REPORTS Question Mr Ginnell Answer
375
IRISH SCHOOL TEACHERSPUBLICATION OF PERSONAL DETAILS IN DAILY
385
Irish CHARITABLE FOUNDATION Question Mr Ginnell Answer Mr Birrell
387
Amendment proposed
405
Mr R BALFOUR rose in his place and claimed to move That the Question
429
And it being after Eleven of the clock Mr SPEAKER proceeded to interrupt
435
Mr R BALFOUR claimed That the Main Question be now put
453
PATENTS AND DESIGNS Bill Petition from Glasgow in favour to lie upon
461
Laid before the House pursuant to Act and ordered to lie on
463
LAND LAW IRELAND ACT 1887 EVICTION NOTICES Copy presented of Return
487
BALLINAGEERAGH DISTURBANCES Question Mr Arkwright Hereford Answer
491
May 1
499
FINANCE ACT SECTION 20 AND THE TRANSVAAL Question Colonel Lockwood
503
REMOVAL OF PLANT HOUSES AND FORCING FRAMES FROM KENSINGTON GARDENS
505
ARMY COURTS MARTIAL Question Mr Lea Answer Mr Haldane
519
Sr LUCIA R100s Questions Mr MitchellThompson Lanarkshire N W
523
FOURTH SERIES
525
UNITED States Pensions Question Mr Harola Cox Preston Answer
529
ARGENTINE Tax on COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS Question Mr Lonsdale
535
Question again proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
559
And it being a quarterpast Eight of the clock and there being Private
589
Amendment proposed
605
THE INDIAN BUDGET Question Mr Ellis Nottinghamshire Rushcliffe
685
Page
687
Higu SHERIFFS EXPENSESQuestion Lt Colonel Philipps Southampton
701
Compulsory Weighing and Measurements Bill Order for Second Reading
703
WATERVILLE INDUSTRIAL CLASS Question Mr Boland Kerry S Answer
719
AGRARIAN OUTRAGES IN Kings COUNTY Questions Mr Haviland Burke
741
The Secretary for Scotland Mr Sinclair Forfarshire
771
FOURTH SERIES I
789
Question
809
Question put and agreed
815
LAND Law IRELAND ACT 1887 Return of the number of eviction notices filed
821
Moved That the Lords following be namen of the Committee viz
841
mentioned Colonies in each year distinguishing exports to the United
845
VOL CLXXIII FOURTH SERIES
853
ELPHIN DEMONSTRATION Question Mr Lonsdale Armagh Mid Captain
873
Irish EVICTED TENANTS Question Mr Hayden Answer Mr Birrell
889
ECCLESIASTICAL INCOME AND INCOMETax Question Captain Balfour Middle
899
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS
901
Puge
903
Question
927
Ayes 257 Noes 122 Division List No 153
945
Amendment proposed
951
Resolved That in the opinion of this House more drastic legislation with
957
Town DEVELOPMENT
977
NEW BILLS
991
Page
993
3 The provisions of section seven of the Companies Act 1900
997
or direct the suspension of any meeting Viscount Ridley
1017
Lord Ballour of Burleigh
1019
NEW WRIT
1033
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS CIRCULATED WITH THE VOTES
1035
CAMBRIDGE COTTAGE KEW Question Mr Summerbell Answer Sir
1045
Major AnstrutherGray St Andrews Burghs
1053
ASSAM CHILDRENS EDUCATION Question Mr H Beach Gloucestershire
1055
COOPTED GUARDIANS Question Mr Summerbell Sunderland Answer
1065
HALSALL CHARITY Questions Sir G Kekewich Exeter Lord Balcarres
1067
LABOURERS Act IRELAND Question Mr C Craig Answer Mr Runciman
1077
The LAND POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENTTHE PRIME MINISTER AND THE DEMAND
1081
Local Authorities Taxation and Purchase of Land Bill To provide
1087
Question put and negatived
1113
Mr John OConnor Kildare N
1133
That a sum not exceeding 370900 be granted to His Majesty
1163
PAUPER LUNATICS COST OF MAINTENANCE Petition from Bucklow for legis
1165
RELIGIOUS VIEWS OF IRISH OFFICIALS Question Mr J MacVeagh Answer
1169
Question put and agreed
1185
OCCUPIERS OF FARMS SCOTLAND Return presented relative thereto ordered
1297
PRIVATE BILL LORDS STANDING ORDER 68 NOT COMPLIED WITH
1299
EGYPT No 3 1907 Copy presented of Despatch from the Earl of Cromer
1301
IRISH LAND ACT_SECTION 2 Question Mr Fetherstonhaugh Fermanagh
1305
FATILITY OF H M S Hyson Question Mr Steadman Finsbury Central
1311
Question That the Question be now put put and agreed
1321
1119
1471
Apr 24
1477
Apr 30
1487
ALLEGED MOONLIGHTING IN GALWAY Questions Sir B Sheffield Lincolnshire
1497
50
1499
IRISH POOR LAW OFFICERS AND THE CENSUS RETURNS Question Mr Mezgher
1507
KINGSCOURT COUNTY CAVAN Post OFFICE Question Mr Samuel Young
1509
Navy ESTIMATES 19078
1513
IPELAND AND THE COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEAL Question Mr Lonsdale
1519
SHORTAGE OF Naval STOKERS Question Mr Nield Answer Mr Edmund
LISEVINE EVICTED TENANT Question Mr Crean Answer Mr Birrell
APPLICATIONS FOR Poor Law RELIEFPRODUCTION OF MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE
THE EDALJI INQUIRY Question Sir Gilbert Parker Gravesend Answer
EDUCATION FROM GRANTS TO WEXFORD COUNTY COUNCIL Question Sir
LABOURERS COTTAGE SCHEME APPEALS Question Mr Vincent Kennedy
NEW BILL
365
BRAKES FOR STREET CARS Question Mr Bell Derby Answer Mr Kearley
368
FOURTH SERIES 1
British MUSEUM Reading Room Questions Mr Bowles Lambeth Norwood
SONING IN SUTHERLANDSHIRE Question Mr Morton Sutherland
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Էջ 31 - If default is made in complying with the requirements of this section, every director, manager, secretary, or other officer of the company, who is knowingly a party to the default, shall be liable to a fine not exceeding fifty pounds for every day during which the default continues.
Էջ 31 - Companles the prescribed particulars of the contract stamped with the same stamp duty as would have been payable if the contract had been reduced to writing, and those particulars shall be deemed to be an instrument within the meaning of The Stamp Act, 1891, and the Registrar may, as a condition of filing the particulars, require that the duty payable thereon be adjudicated under Section Twelve of that Act.
Էջ 31 - Company, to vote as may be present, in person or by proxy (in cases where by the regulations of the Company proxies are allowed), at any general meeting of which notice specifying the intention to propose such resolution has been duly given, and such resolution has been confirmed by a majority of such members for the time being entitled, according to the...
Էջ 31 - Majority under this Section, when a Poll is demanded, Reference shall be had to the Number of Votes to which each Member is entitled by the Regulations of the Company.
Էջ 31 - Proceedings of the company, shall be conclusive evidence of the fact, without proof of the number or proportion of the votes recorded in favour of, or against, such resolution.
Էջ 31 - ... the regulations of the company, to vote as may be present, in person or by proxy, at a subsequent general meeting, of which notice has been duly given, and held at an interval of not less than fourteen days nor more than one month from the date of the meeting at which such resolution was first passed...
Էջ 31 - ... company or by any other person who appears to the court to be interested, make an order, upon such terms as the court thinks fit, declaring the dissolution to have been void, and thereupon such proceedings may be taken as might have been taken if the company had not been dissolved. (2) It shall be the duty of the person on whose application the order was made, within seven days after the making of the order...
Էջ 31 - Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under the Electric...
Էջ 419 - Like Cato, give his little senate laws, And sit attentive to his own applause ; While wits and templars every sentence raise, And wonder with a foolish face of praise ; Who but must laugh if such a man there be ? Who would not weep if Atticus were he? What though my name stood rubric on the walls, Or plaster'd posts, with claps, in capitals ? Or smoking forth, a hundred hawkers...
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