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1908.

STANDING COMMITTEE ON SCOTTISH BILLS.

Selection (Standing Committee),—Sir William Brampton Gurdon reported from the Committee of Selection, That the following Members representing Scottish Constituencies are appointed to serve on the Standing Committee for the consideration of all Public Bills relating exclusively to Scotland and committed to a Standing Committee:—

The Lord Advocate. Mr. Laidlaw.
Mr. Ainsworth. Mr. Lamont.
Mr. Robert Balfour. Mr. Murray Macdonald.
Mr. Barnes. Mr. M'Callum.
Mr. Beale. Mr. M'Crae.
Sir Arthur Bignold. Sir Lewis M“Iver.
Mr. Bryce. - Major M“Micking.
Mr. Buchanan. Mr. Menzies.
Mr. Caldwell. Mr. Molteno.
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman. Mr. Secretary Morley.
Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer. Mr. James Murray.
Mr. Cleland. Mr. Morton.
Sir Thomas Glen-Coats. Mr. Pirie.
Mr. Cochrane. Mr. Charles Price.
Mr. Cameron Corbett. Sir Robert Pullar.
Sir Henry Craik. Dr. Rainy.
Mr. Crombie. Mr. Edmund Robertson.
Mr. Cross. Mr. Sinclair.
Lord Dalmeny. Mr. Smeaton.
Wiscount Dalrymple. Mr. Halley Stewart.
Mr. Dalziel. . Mr. Solicitor-General for Scotland.
Mr. Arthur Dewar. Mr. Sutherland.
Sir John Dewar. Mr. Tennant.
Mr. Robert Duncan. - Mr. Mitchell-Thomson.
The Master of Elibank. Sir Andrew Torrance.
Mr. Erskine. Sir John Batty Tuke.
Mr. Esslemont. Captain Waring.
Mr. Munro Ferguson. Mr. Cathcart Wason.
Mr. Findlay. Mr. Eugene Wason.
Major Anstruther-Gray. Mr. Watt.
Mr. Gulland. Mr. Weir.
Mr Secretary Haldane. Mr. Dundas White.
Mr. Leicester Harmsworth. Mr. Wilkie. .
Mr. John Henderson. . Mr. Williamson.
Mr. John Deans Hope. Mr. M'Kinnon Wood.
Sir John Jardine. Mr. Younger.

CHAIRMEN'S PANEL.

Sir William Brampton Gurdon further reported from the Committee, That they had selected the following Eight Members to be the Chairmen's Panel, and to serve as Chairmen of the Four Standing Committees to be appointed under Standing Order No. 47 –Sir Francis Channing, Sir Thomas Esmonde, Mr. Laurence Hardy, Sir William Holland, Sir David Brynmor Jones, Mr. Stuart-Wortley, Mr. Eugene Wason, and Mr. John William Wilson.

[Friday, 28th February, 1908]:—Standing Committees (Chairman's Panel),—Mr. StuartWortley reported from the Chairmen's Panel; That they had appointed Mr Stuart-Wortley to act as Chairman of Standing Committee A.; and Mr. Eugene Wason to act as Chairman of the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills.

Mr. Stuart-Wortley further reported from the Chairman's Panel; That they had agreed to the following Resolution, That any Member of the Chairman's Panel be and he is hereby empowered to ask any other Member of the Chairman's Panel to take his place in case of necessity.

[Monday, 9th March, 1908]:—Standing Committees–Ordered, That all Standing Committees have leave to print and circulate with the Votes the Minutes of their Proceedings, and any amended Clauses of Bills committed to them.—(Mr. Eugene Wason.)

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[Monday, 4th May, 1908]:-Standing Committees (Chairman's Panel),—Mr. Stuart-Wortley reported from the Chairmen's Panel; That they had discharged Mr. Eugene Wason from being Chairman of the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills, and had appointed Sir William Holland to act as Chairman of the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills in his place.

[Tuesday, 5th May, 1908]:—Education (Scotland) Bill,—read a second time, and committed to a Standing Committee.

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DISTRIBUTION BY MR. SPEAKER, PURSUANT TO STANDING ORDER 47, OF BILLS COMMITTED TO A STANDING COMMITTEE.

Mr. Speaker being of opinion that the Education (Scotland) Bill is a Bill relating exclusively to Scotland, the Bill will be considered by the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills

[Wednesday 6th May, 1908]:—Selection (Standing Committee),—Sir William Brampton Gurdon reported from the Committee of Selection; That they had added to the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills the following Fifteen Members (in respect of the Education (Scotland) Bill): Mr. Ramsay Macdonald, Mr. William Abraham (Rhondda), Mr. Bell, Mr. Boland, Mr. Jeremiah MacVeagh, Sir William Anson, Mr. Butcher, Mr. Haddock, the Earl of Ronaldshay, Mr. Lambton, Mr. Henry Gooch, Mr. James Hope, Mr. William Jones, Sir Frederick Banbury, and Sir Edward Sassoon. *

[Tuesday, 14th July, 1908]:-Standing Committee on Scottish Bills, —Ordered, That the

Standing Committee on Scottish Bills have leave to sit this day after Four o'clock.--(Mr. Erskine.)

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THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON SCOTTISH BILLS to Whom the EDUCATION (SCOTLAND) BILL was referred;—Have gone through the Bill, and made Amend

ments thereunto.

14th July, 1908.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON SCOTTISH BILLS. 5

STANDING COMMITTEE ON SCOTTISH BILLS.

Monday, 18th May, 1908.

MEMBERS PRESENT :

Sir WILLIAM HOLLAND in the Chair.

Mr. Ainsworth.

Sir William Anson.
Major Anstruther-Gray.
Mr. Robert Balfour. |
Sir Frederick Banbury.
Mr. Barnes. |
Mr. Beale. -
Mr. Boland.
Mr. Caldwell.
Mr. Cleland.
Mr. Cochrane.

Sir Henry Craik.

Mr. Cross.

Wiscount Dalrymple.

Mr. Dalziel. -
Mr. Arthur Dewar.

Sir John Dewar.
Mr. Robert Duncan.

Mr. Erskine.

Mr. Esslemont.

Mr. Munro Ferguson.
Sir Thomas Glen Coats.
Mr. Henry Gooch.

Mr. Gulland.

Mr. Robert Harcourt.
Mr. John Henderson.
Mr. James Hope.

Sir John Jardine.
Mr. Laidlaw.
Mr. Lambton.
Mr. Lamont. |

Mr. Murray Macdonald.
Mr. Jeremiah MacVeagh.
Mr. M'Callum.
Mr. M'Crae.
Mr. Menzies.
Mr. Molteno.
Mr. Morton.
Mr. James Murray.
Mr. Pirie.
Mr. Charles Price.
Sir Robert Pullar.
Earl of Ronaldshay.
Mr. Sinclair.
Mr. Smeaton.
Mr. Halley Stewart.
Mr. Solicitor-General for Scotland.
Mr. Sutherland.
Mr. Tennant.
Mr. Mitchell-Thomson,
Sir Andrew Torrance.
Sir John Batty Tuke.
Captain Waring.
Mr. Cathcart Wason.
Mr. Eugene Wason.
Mr. Watt.

Mr. Weir.
Mr. Dundas White.
Mr. Williamson.
Mr. M“Kinnon Wood,
Mr. Younger.

EDUCATION (SCOTLAND) BILL.

Clauses 1–2, agreed to.

Clause 3.

Ahmendment proposed, in page 1, line 13, after the word “Board,” to insert the words “whether for districts as now constituted or for larger districts which may be

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Question put, “That those words

Ayes, 16.

Sir William Anson
Major Anstruther-Gray
Sir Frederick Banbury
Mr. Cleland
Mr. Cochrane

Mr. Robert Duncan
Mr. Munro Ferguson
Mr. Henry Gooch
Mr. James Hope
Mr. Lamont

Mr. Halley Stewart
Mr. Mitchell-Thomson
Sir John Batty Tuke
Mr. Younger

Sir Henry Craik Earl of Ronaldshay
Noes, 40.
Mr. Ainsworth Sir John Jardine Mr. Solicitor-General for
Mr. Robert Balfour Mr. Laidlaw Scotland
Mr. Barnes Mr. Lambton Mr. Sutherland
Mr. Beale Mr. Murray Macdonald Mr. Tennant

Mr. Boland

Mr. Dalziel
Mr. Arthur Dewar
Sir John Dewar
Mr. Erskine
Mr. Esslemont
Sir Thomas Glen-Coates
Mr. Gulland
Mr. Robert Harcourt
Mr. John Henderson

Mr. Jeremiah MacVeagh
Mr. McCallum
Mr. Menzies
Mr. Molteno
Mr. James Murray
Mr. Pirie
Mr. Charles Price
Sir Robert Pullar
Mr. Sinclair
Mr. Smeaton

Sir Andrew Torrance
Captain Waring
Mr. Cathcart Wason
Mr. Eugene Wason
Mr. Watt

Mr. Weir
Mr. Dundas White
Mr. Williamson
Mr. M“Kinnon Wood

Another Amendment proposed, in page 1, line 16, after

the word “boards,” to

insert the words “or governing bodies of endowed schools, or managers of voluntary

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Question put, “That

those words be there

Ayes, 22.

Sir William Anson
Major Anstruther-Gray
Sir Frederick Banbury
Mr. Beale

Mr. Boland
Mr. Cochrane
Sir Henry Craik
Mr. Cross

Wiscount Dalrymple

Mr. Robert Duncan
| Mr. Henry Gooch
| Mr. James Hope
| Mr. Lambton
| Mr. Lamont
| Mr. Jeremiah MacVeagh
| Earl of Ronaldshay

Mr. Smeaton
Mr. Sutherland
Mr. Mitchell-Thomson.
Sir John Batty Tuke
Mr. Watt
Mr. Younger

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