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followed by annexation of territory. — ^Motion withdrawn. Mar. 2.

See also under Address^ a^id Foreign Policy.

C— Wales. — Land Question. — Mr. H. Roberts (L.) proposed a resolution in favour
of the immediate consideration of the recommendations of the Welsh Land Commission.
— Mr. Boscawen (C.) moved an amendment to confine any action to those recommenda-
tions which were unanimous. — ^Mr. Hanbury (C), Pres. Bd. of Agriculture, said the
Govt, could not consent to the establishment of a land Court, but he approved of the
minor proposals of the Commission. — The resolution as amended was agreed to. Mar. 24.

Local Government. — Mr. W. Jones (L.) moved a resolution in favour of granting to
Wales self-government in local affairs, subject to the supreme authority of the Imperial
Parliament. — Mr. Long (C), Pres. Local Grovt. Bd., said that no case had been made
out for a separate system of local government. Some changes in private Bill procedure
might be desirable, but they should apply also to other parts of the kingdom. — ^Nega-
tived by 146 to 74. Mar. 17.

Workmen's CoMPENSi:TioN Act. — See under Labour Qitestions.

Prorosfation of Parliament. — ^Parliament was prorogued by Royal Com-
mission. Atig. 14.

Kinfif's Speech. — ^His Majesty's Speech referred with satisfaction to his visits to
Lisbon, Rome, and Paris, and to the return visit of President Loubet to London.

The reference to foreign affairs recounted the steps taken to support the action of
the Powers in regard to Macedonia. The conclusion of treaties with China and Persia
was announced.

The plans for re-settlement and pacification in the Transvaal and Orange River
Colonies were stated to have made great progress, and the Customs Convention
between the colonies of S. Africa, including preferential treatment for British goods,
was noticed as a step towards the federation of these colonies.

The sustained progress of India and the plans for the continuance of the Somali-
land operations were next referred to.

His Majesty then referred to his visits to Scotland and Ireland with deep gratifi-
cation.

Bills passed in the Session were noticed, viz. : —

Irish Land Act. Employment of Children Act.

London Education Act. Motor Cars Act.

Sugar Bounties Act. Patjiiotic Fund Act.

Scottish Licensing Act.

The Speech concluded by invoking the protection and blessing of Almighty God.



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DURING THE SESSION OF 1903.



Note. — The following list contains particulars of eight important divisions which took
place during the Session of 1908.

In order to ascertain how any particular member voted in any of these divisions,
reference should first be made to the number it bears in the consecutive list printed
below, and then under the heading indicating the number of the division 'vnll be found
the letter A or N, showing that the member in question voted with the'** Ayes'* or
with the "Noes."

The last column but one contains the number of divisions 'attended by each member
during the Session of 1903, and the last column contains the total attendances at
Divisions of each member for the four Sessions of this Parliament. It will be
understood that this is not a record of the number of sittings each member has
attended, but only of his attendance at divisions.

The total number of divisions during the Session of 1903 was 263. The aggregate
number of divisions during the present Parliament is 1,401.

Particiilars of the principal divisions which took place between the years 1880 and
1903 will be found in the previous issues of the Caiutitutumal Tear Book.

No. 1.— CHURCH DISCIPLINE.

March ISth.

Second Beading of Mr. A. Taylor's Bill to amend the law relating to Church
dJjBcipline, substituting deprivation for imprisonment for contumacy on the part of a
clergyman, and aboUaning the bishops' veto on prosecutions — Ayes, 190 ; Noes, 139.

No. 2.— HOME BULE FOR WALES.

March 16th.

Resolution advocating Welsh self-government in local affairs, subject to the supreme
authority of the Imperial Parliament. — Ayes, 74 ; Noes, 146.

No. 3.— LICENSING LAW.
April 2ith.
Second Reading of the Bill to grant compensation (in certain oases) for non-renewal of
licences.— Ayes, 266 ; Noes, 133.

No, 4.— LONDON EDUCATION.
April QQth.'i
Second Reading of the Government Bill for extending and adapting to* London the
provisions of the Education Act of 1902. — Ayen, 300 ; Noes, 163.

No. 5.— IRISH LAND BILL.
{£■"• May 7th.

Second Reading of the Government Bill for facilitating the purchase of their holdings
by tenants in Ireland. — Ayes, 443 ; Noes, 26.

No. 6.— TRADE DISPUTES.

May Qth.

Second Reading of Bill to legalise the peaceful conduct of Trade Disputes, and to alter
the law affecting the liability of Trade Union Funds.— Ayes, 226 ; Noes, 256.

No. 7.— HOUSE OF LORDS VETO.

May 27th.

Besolotion limiting to one session the veto of the House of Lords on measures passed
by the House of Commons. — Ayes, 62 ; Noes, 118.

No. 8.— SUGAR CONVENTION BILL.

July 29th.

Second Beading of the Government Bill giving effect to the provisions of the Soi^ar
Convention of 1902 (authorising the imposition of countervailing duties on bounty-fed
sugar).— Ayes, 224 ; Noes, 144.



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NoTK. —The last column but one contains the number of divisions attended by each Member
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Members.









ABRAHAM, WM. (Cork, X.E.)
ABRAHAM, WM. (Glam. Rhondda)
ACLAND-HOOD, Capt. Sir A., Bt.

AGG-GARDNBR, JAMBS T

AGNEW, Sir A. N., Bt

AIRD, Sir JOHN, Bt.

ALLAN, Sir WILLIAM

ALLEN, C. P

ALLHUSEN, A. H. E.. . ^

ALLSOPP, Hon. O. H

AMBROSE, ROBERT

ANSON, Sir W. R.. Bt

ARKWRIGHT, JOHN S

ARN0LD-P0R8TER, Rt. Hn. H. O.

ARROL, SIR WILLIAM

ASHER, ALEXANDER

A8HT0N, THOMAS G

ASQUITH, Rt. Hon. H. H., K.C. .
ATHERLEY-J0NE8, Llewellyn

ATKINSON, Rt. Hon. J., K.C

AUBREY-PLBTCHKR, Rt. Hon.

Sir H. , Bart

AUSTIN, Sir J., Bart

BAGOT, Capt J. F

BAILEY, JAMES

BAIN, Col. J. R

BAIRD, JOHN G. A

BALCARRES, Lord

BALDWIN, ALFRED

BALFOUR, Rt. Hon. A. J

BALFOUR, Capt. C. B

BALFOUR, Rt. Hon. G. W

BALFOUR, K. R

BANBURY, Sir F. G., Bt

BANES, Major G. E

BARLOW, J. EMMOTT

BARRAN, R. (El. July, 1902) . .

BARRY, EDWARD

BARRY, Sir F. TRESS, Br

BARTLEY, Sir G. C. T., K.C.B. . .

BATHURST, Hon. A. B

BAYLEY, THOMAS

BEACH, Rt. Hn. Sir M. H., Bart.

BEAUMONT, W. C. B

BECKETT, ERNEST W

BELL, RICHARD

BENTINCK, Lord HENRY

BHOWNAGGREE,SirM.M. ,KCIE.

BIGNOLD, A

BIGWOOD, JAMES

BILL, CHARLES



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COX, I. E. B

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CROOKS W. (El. Mar. 1903)

CROSS, ALEXANDER

CROSS, H. SHEPHERD

CROSSLEY, Sir 8. B., Bt

CUBITT, Hon. HENRY

CULLINAN, J

CUST, HENRY J. C

DALKEITH, Earl of

DALRYMPLE, Sir CHARLES, Bt.

DALZIEL, JAMES H

DAVENPORT, W. BROMLEY . .

DA VIES, A

DA VIES, Col. Sir H. D

DA VIES, M. VAUGHAN

DELANY, WILLIAM

DENNY, Col. J. M

DEVLIN, CHAS R. (El. Mar. 1903)
DEVLIV, J. (EL Feb., 1902) ..

DE WAR, J. A

DEWAR, Sir T. R

DICKINSON, R. B

DICKSON, C. SCOTT

DICKSON-POYNDER, Sir J., Bt.
DIGBY, J. K. WINGFIELD- ....
DILKE, Rt. Hon. Sir C. W., Bt. . .

DILLON, JOHN

DIMSDALE, Sir J. C, Bart.

DISRAELI, CONINGSBY R. .
DIXON-HARTLAND, Sir F. D. ,Bt.

DONELAN, Capt. a. J. C. ..

DOOGAN, P. C

DORINGTON, Rt. Hn. SirJ.E.,Bt.

DOUGHTY, GEORGE

DOUGLAS, Rt. Hon. A. AKERS-

DOUGLAS, CM

DOXFORD, Sir W. T

DUFFY, WILLIAM J

DUKE, H. E., K.C

DUNCAN, JAMES H

DUNN, Sir WILLIAM, Bart...

DURNING-LAWRENCESiR E.,Bt,

DYKR, Rt. Hon. Sir W. H.,Bart.

EDWARDS, F

EGERTON, Hon. A. di TATTON

ELIBANK, Master op

ELLIOT, Hon. A. R. D

ELLIS, JOHN EDWARD

EMMOTT, ALFRED

ESMONDE, Sir T. GRATTAN, Bt.

EVANS, Sir F. H. (El. Mar., 1901)

EVANS, SAMUEL THOMAS....

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FABER, G. D

FARDELL, Sir T. GEORGE . .

FARQUHARSON, Dr. R

FARRELL, JAMES P

FELLOWES, Hon. A. E

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FERGUSON, R. C. MUNRO ....
FERGUSSON, Rt. Hon. 8tr J., Bt.

FFRENCH, PETER

FIELD, WILLIAM

FIELDEN, EDWARD B

FINCH, Rt. Hon. GEORGE H. . .
FINLAY, Sib ROBERT B., K.C.

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FISHER, WILLIAM HAYES ....

FISON, F. WILLIAM

FITZGERALD, Sir R. U. P., Bt.
FITZMAURICE, Lord EDMUND
FITZROY, Hon. E. ALGERNON
FLANNERY, Sir J. FORTESCUE
FLAVIN, MICHAEL JOSEPH
FLOWER, Sir ERNEST F. S. . .

FLYNN, JAMES C

FORSTER, HENRY WILLIAM

FOSTER, Sir B. WALTER

FOSTER, PHILIP S. (EL June,1901)
FOSTER, Sir MICHAEL, K.C.B.
FOWLER, Rt. Hon. Sir H.,G.C.S.I

FULLER, J. M. F

FURNESS, Sir C

FYLER, JOHN A. (EL March, 1903)

GALLOWAY, W. J

GARDNER,E RNEST (El. July ,1901)

GARFIT, WILLIAM

GIBBS, Hon. A. G. H

GIBBS, Hon. VICARY

GILHOOLY, JAMES

GLADSTONE, Rt. Hon. H. J...
GODDARD, DANIEL FORD..
GODSON, Sir AUGUSTUS F..
GORDON, Hon. JOHN EDWARD

GORDON, JOHN

GORDON. Major W. EVANS
GORE, Hon. G. R.C.O.(El.May,1901)
GORE, Hon. S. F. ORMSBY...
GORST, Rt. Hon. Sir J. E. . .

GOSCHEN, Hon. G. J

GOULDING, EDWARD A. . . .

GRAHAM, H. R

GRANT, CORRIE

GRAY, ERNEST

GREEN, WALFORD DAVIS .
GREENE, Sir E. WALTER, Bt.

GREENE, HENRY DAVID

GREENE, W. RAYMOND

GRENFELL, WILLIAM H

GRETTON, JOHN

GREVILLE, Hon. RONALD H. F.
GREY, Rt. Hon.Sir EDWARD.Bt.

GRIFFITH, ELLIS J

GROVES. JAMES O

GUEST, Hon. IVOR

GULLY, Rt. Hon. W. C. (Speaker)

GUNTER, Col. Sir R., Bt

GURDON, Sir W. BRAMPTON.

GUTHRIE, W. M

HAIN, EDWARD

HALDANE, Rt. Hon. R. B

HALL, E. MARSHALL, K.C. .
HAL^Y, Rt. Hon. THOMAS F.

HAMBRO, C. ERIC

HAMILTON, Rt. Hon. Lord G.
HAMILTON, MARQUIS OF . . .

HAMMOND, JOHN

HARCOURT, Rt. Hon. Sir W. E. V.



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HAKDIE, JAMES KEIB

HAKDY, LAURENCE

HARE, THOMAS L

HARMSWORTH, R. L

HARRINGTON, TIMOTHY ..

HARRIS, F. LEVERTON

HARWOOD, GEORGE

HASLAM, Sir A. SEALE ....

HASLETT, Sir J. H

HATCH, E. F. G

HAY, Hon. CLAUDE G. D. . .

HA YDEN, JOHN P

HAYTER, Rt. Hon. Sir A. D., Bx.

HEALY, TIMOTHY M

HEATH, A. H

HEATH. JAMES

HEATON, J. H

HELDER, AUGUSTUS

HELME, N. V

HEMPHILL, Rt. Hon. C. H

HENDERSON, Sir ALEX., Bt. . .
HENDERSON, A. (EL July, 1908)
HERMON-HODGE, Sir R. T., Bt.
HICKMAN, Sir ALFRED, Bt. . . .

HILL, Ca.pt. ARTHUR

HOABE, Sir S., Bart

HOBHOUSE. C. E. H

HOBHOUSE, Rt. Hon. HENRY.

HOGG, LINDSAY

HOLLAND, Sir W. H

HOPE, J. D

HOPE, J. FITZALAN

HORNBY, Sir W. H., Bt

HORNER, FREDERICK W

HORNIMAN, F.J

H0ULD3 WORTH, Sir W. H. . . .

HOULT, JOSEPH

HOUSTON, ROBERT P

HOWARD, JOSEPH

HOWARD, JOHN

HOZIER, Hon. J. H. C

HUDSON, G. B

HUMPHREYS-OWEN, A. C

HUTCHINSON, Dr. CHARLES F.

(EL Mar., 1903)

HUTTON, ALFRED E

HUTTON, JOHN

JACOBY, JAMES A

JAMESON, Major J. E

JEBB, Sir R. CLAVERHOUSE..
JEFFREYS, Rt. Hon. A. F.

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JESSEL, Capt. HERBERT M. . .

JOHNSTONE, J. HEY WOOD

JOICEY, Sir JAMES, Bart

JONES, D. BRYNMOR

JONES, WILLIAM

JORDAN, JEREMIAH

JOYCE, M

KEARLEY, HUDSON E

KEMP, LiEUT.-CoL. GEORGE

KBNNAWAY, Rt.Hn. Sir J.H.,Bt.

KENNEDY, PATRICK J

KENYON, Hon. G. T

K^ENYON-SLANEY, Col. W

KEBR, JOHN (EL May, 1908)

KESWICK. W

KILBRIDE, D. (EL May, 1903) ....
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MARKHAM, A. B

MARTIN, R. BIDDULPH. ..
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MATHER, Sib WILLIAM ....
MAXWELL, Rt. Hon. Sir H. E .
MAX WELL, W ILLIAM JARDINE
MELLOR, Rt. Hon. JOHN W. . .

MELVILLE, BERESFORD V

MEYSEY-THOMPSON, Sir H.,Bt.

MIDDLEMORE, J. T

MILDMAY, FRANCIS B

MILNER, Rt. Hon. Sir F. G., Bt.

MILVAIN, T. (El. Jan., 1902)

MITCHELL, ED. (El. Mar., 1903)

MITCHELL, WILLIAM

MOLES W ORTH.SiR LEWIS W. ,Bt

MONTAGU, GEORGE C

MONTAGU, Hon. J. SCOTT...

MOON, E. R. P

MOONEY, JOHN J

MOORE, WILLIAM

MORE, ROBERT JASPER

MORGAN, DAVID JOHN

MORGAN, Col. Hon. F. C

MORGAN, JOHN LLOYD

MORLEY, CHARLES

MORLEY, Rt. Hon. JOHN

MORRELL, GEORGE H

MORRISON, Lieut. J. A

MORTON, ARTHUR H. A

MOSS, SAMUEL

MOULTON, JOHN F

MOUNT, WILLIAM A

MOWBRAY, Sir R. G. C, Bt. . . .
MUNTZ, Sir PHILIP A., Bt. .

MURNAGHAN, GEORGE

MURPHY, JOHN

MURRAY, Rt. Bon. A. G

MURRAY, CHARLES J

MURRAY, Col. C. WYNDHAM
MYERS, WILLIAM HENRY..

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NOLAN, JOSEPH I N

NORMAN, HENRY , L

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NUSSEY, THOMAS W L

O'BRIEN, JAMES F. X

O'BRIEN, K

O'BRIEN, PATRICK

O'BRIEN, P. J

O'BRIEN, WILLIAM

O'CONNOR, JAMES

O'CONNOR, THOMAS P

O'DOHERT Y, WILLIAM

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ROYDS, Col. CLEMENT M

RUNCIMAN, W. (EL Jan., 1902)

RUSSELL, THOMAS W

RUTHERFORD, JOHN

RUTHERFORD, W. W. (EL Jan.,

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SADLER, CoL. SAMUEL A

SAMUEL, Sir HARRY S

SAMUEL,HERBERT (El.Nov. 1902)

SAMUEL, STUART M

SANDYS, Ck)L. T. M

SA8S00N, Sir E. A., Bt

SAUNDERSON, Col. Rt.Hon.E. J.

SCHWANN, CHARLES E

SCOTT, CHARLES PRESTWICH
SCOTT, Sir SAMUEL E., Bt..
SEELY, CHARLES HILTON .

SEELY, Major J. E. B

SETON-KARR, Sir HENRY..
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SHARPE, W. E. THOMPSON ..
SHAW, T. F. CHARLES EDWARD

SHAW, THOMAS

SHAW-STEWART, M. HUGH
SHREHAN, D. D. (EL May, 1901)

SHIPMAN, Dr. JOHN G

SIMEON, Sir J. S. B., Bt

SINCLAIR, Capt. JOHN

SINCLAIR, LOUIS

8KEWES-C0X, THOMAS

SLOAN, THOMAS H.( EL Aug. ,1902)

SMITH, ABEL HENRY

SMITH, HUGH C

SMITH, JAMES PARKER ..

SMITH, ^SAMUEL

SMITH, Hon. W. F. D

80AMES, ARTHUR W

SCARES, ERNEST

SPEAR, JOHN W

SPENCER, Rt. Hon. CHARLES R.

SPENCER, Sir ERNEST

STANLEY, Hon. ARTHUR ....

STANLEY, E. J

STANLEY, Lord

STEVENSON, FRANCIS S

STEWART, Sir MARK J. M^ Bt.
STIRLING-MAXWELL, Sib J. M.

STOCK, JAMES HENRY

STONE, Sir JOHN B

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8TURT, Hon. HUMPHREY N. . .

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TAYLOR, THEODORE C

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THE STATUTES OF 1903.



An Abstract op the Public General Statutes of the Fourth Session of

THE Twenty- Seventh Parliament of the United Kingdom of

Great Britain and Ireland. —

3 Edward VII. '



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