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Coal Mines Act, 1930 (Consumers' Representatives)

Volume 244: debated on Friday 7 November 1930

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asked the Secretary for Mines the composition of the panel of committees of the consumers' representatives under Section 5 of the Coal Mines Act, 1930

The consumers' representatives on the Committees of Investigation which have already been appointed under Section 5 of the Coal Mines Act, 1930, are as follow:Committee and Consumers' Representatives.

  • National.—Mrs. H. L. Nathan, J.P.; Sir William Noble, M.I.E.E.; Mr. W. R. Rae, J.P.; Mr. C. B. L. Tennyson, C.M.G.
  • Northumberland.—Mr. H. A. Couves; Colonel J. L. Marr, O.B.E., T.D.
  • Durham.—Mr. Gerald Newall; Mr. T. P. Ridley, F.C.I.S.
  • Lancashire and Cheshire.—Mr. Arthur K. Davies; Mr. W. Davy.
  • Shropshire.—Mr. T. Hardwick; Lieut.-Colonel H. L. Oldham, D.S.O.
  • South Staffordshire (exclusive of Cannock Chase) and Worcestershire.— Major W. L. Foster, C.B.E., D.S.O.; Mr. J. Whittaker, J.P.
  • Cannock Chase.—Mr. J. E. Gold; Mr. John Whiston.
  • Forest of Dean.—Mr. A. Glyn Watkins, M.B.E.; Mr. Francis H. Yeatman.
  • Bristol.—Mr. Stanley H. Badock, J.P.; Mr. Arthur W. Cox.
  • Somerset.—Mr. S. Day; Mr. Arthur C. Reed.
  • South Wales (including Monmouthshire). —Mr. Lewis Jones; Mr. Richard H. Read.