249 STANDING COMMITTEE A Thursday, 3rd April, 1924.

[Mr. TURTON (in the unavoidable absence of Major BARNETT) in the Chair.]

RENT RESTRICTIONS BILL.
[OFFICIAL REPORT.]

The CHAIRMAN: I think, Mr. Attorney-General, the all-night sitting of the House seems to have been more than 250 most Members of the Committee can put up with, and I therefore propose to adjourn the Committee.

Mr. DICKSON: Will you wait a few moments, Mr. Chairman, as there are several Members on the other side who are cogitating on an important subject in the Lobby at the moment?

The CHAIRMAN: I will wait a little longer.

Mr. DICKSON: I am much obliged.

The CHAIRMAN: It being now a quarter past 11 o'clock, and in the absence of a quorum, the Committee stands adjourned until next Wednesday.

Committee adjourned at Fifteen Minutes after Eleven o'Clock, until Wednesday, 9th April, at Eleven o'Clock.

THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS ATTENDED THE COMMITTEE:—

Turton, Mr. [in unavoidable absence of Major Barnett] (Chairman)

Attorney-General, The

Brown, Mr. Ernest

Burnie, Major James

Dickson, Mr. Thomas

Fremantle, Lieutenant-Colonel

Gardner, Mr. Benjamin

Greenwood, Mr. Arthur

Harvey, Mr. Edmund

Law, Mr.

Sullivan, Mr.

Thomson, Mr. Trevelyan

Wood, Sir Kingsley

Yerburgh, Major