161 STANDING COMMITTEE A Tuesday, 31st May, 1921.

[Mr. WM. NICHOLSON in the Chair.]

POLICE PENSIONS BILL.
[OFFICIAL REPORT.]

Sir W. RAEBURN: Could not the Government keep a quorum? Surely the Whips could see that we get a quorum, or get it reduced to 15.

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The CHAIRMAN: As there is no quorum, there is no reason why we should sit any longer. We shall have to adjourn until Thursday next, at 11 o'clock.

Committee adjourned at Half after Eleven o'clock till Thursday, 2nd June, at 11 a.m.

THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS ATTENDED THE COMMITTEE.

Nicholson, Mr. William (Chairman)

Barker, Mr. George

Bird, Sir Alfred

Cape, Mr.

Chamberlain, Mr. Neville

Du Pre, Colonel

Edgar, Mr.

Flannery, Sir Fortescue

Greig, Colonel

Munro, Mr.

Murray, Dr.

Myers, Mr.

Raeburn, Sir William

Remnant, Sir James

Rodger, Mr.

Shortt, Mr.

Sitch, Mr.