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Clause 29—(Provisions Supplementary To S 28)

Volume 437: debated on Wednesday 14 May 1947

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Amendments made: In page 36, tine 17, leave out "advertisement is displayed," and insert "person displays an advertisement."

Line 19, leave out "the owner of that advertisement," and insert "he."

Line 25, leave out from "subsection," to end of Clause, and add:

"and without prejudice to the generality thereof a person shall be deemed to display an advertisement if—
  • (a) the advertisement is displayed on land of which he is the owner or occupier; or
  • (b) the advertisement gives publicity to his goods, trade, business or other concerns:
  • Provided that a person shall not be guilty of an offence under the said subsection by reason only that an advertisement is displayed on land of which he is the owner or occupier, or that his goods, trade, business or other concerns are given publicity by the advertisement, if he proves that it was displayed without his knowledge or consent."—[Mr. Silkin.]