HC Deb 07 March 1862 vol 165 c1231

MR. ROEBUCK moved the appointment of the Select Committee on this Bill.


thought the composition of the Committee not altogether satisfactory. The manufacturing interest was represented upon it, but not the interest of the vendors, and he gave notice that on Monday he should move that the hon. Member for Honiton (Mr. Moffatt) be added to the Committee.


said, that the composition of the Committee had been very carefully considered by the President of the Board of Trade and himself.


observed, that the punishment under the Bill would fall on the vendors, and not on the manufacturers, and he therefore conceived that the interest of the vendors should be fairly represented on the Committee.

Select Committee on the Trade Marks Bill nominated:Mr. ROEBUCK, MB. MILNER GIBSON, Mr. CRUMEWING, Sir FRANCIS GOLDSMID, Mr. ATTORNEY GENERAL, Mr. CROSSLEY, Sir HUGH CAIRNS, Mr. SELWYN, Mr. ALDERMAN COPELAND, Mr. HASSARD, and Mr. WARNER:—Power to send for persons, papers, and records; Five to be the quorum.

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