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Part Ii

Volume 65: debated on Monday 20 July 1914

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Matters to which Part I. does not apply.

  • 1. Matters in respect of which fees are authorised to be charged by the Licensing (Consolidation) Act, 1910 (10 Edw. 7 and 1 Geo 5, c. 24).
  • 2. Billiard licences, under Section ten of the Gaming Act, 1844 (8 and 9 Vict., c. 109).
  • 3. Theatre licences, under Section six of the Theatres Act, 1843 (6 and 7 Vict., c. 68).
  • 4. The registration of music and dancing licences under Section fifty-one of the Public Health Act, 1890 (53 and 54 Vict., c. 59).
  • 5. Licences under the Cinematograph Act, 1909 (9 Edw. 7, c. 30).
  • 6. Assessment appeals under the Valuation Metropolis Act, 1869 (32 and 33 Vict., c. 67).
  • 7. Formal investigations into shipping casualties under Section four hundred and seventy-nine of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894 (57 and 58 Vict., c. 60).
  • 8. Appeals from pilotage authority under Section twenty-eight of the Pilotage Act, 1913 (2 and 3 Geo. 5, c. 31)."
  • Amendment agreed to.

    Amendments made: In the Fourth Schedule, after the word "justices" ["clerks to justices"], insert

    "5 and 6 Vict., c. 51The Treason Act, 1842In section two the words 'as often and' and 'not exceeding thrice.' "

    After the word "England" ["so far as the same relate to England"], insert

    "26 & 27Vict., c. 44The Garrotters Act, 1863In section one the words 'twice, or thrice.' "

    After the word "Sub-section" ["to the end of that Sub-section"], insert "paragraph (6) of Section twenty-seven."

    After the word "five" ["and Section five"], insert

    "8 Edw. 7, c. 59The Prevention of Crime Act, 1908.In Sub-Section (2) of Section six from 'and at latest within three months,' to the end of that Sub-Section."

    —[ Mr. McKenna.]

    I hope that the House will allow me to take the Third Heading. The Hill is universally accepted.

    The hon. Baronet, on the Second Reading of this Bill, said he considered this was one of the measures which did not stand in the same position as most of them. But, as objection is taken, I will not press the Third Reading to-night.

    Bill to be read the third time To-morrow (Tuesday).