§ Considered in Committee, under Standing Order No. 71A.
§ [Mr. JAMES HOPE in the Chair.]
That it is expedient that there should be paid out of moneys provided by Parliament the additional cost of benefits under the National Health Insurance Act, 1924, and the expenses of administration of those benefits (so far as such cost is payable out of moneys provided by Parliament) entailed by any provisions of an Act of the present Session to amend the National Health Insurance Act, 1924, and other enactments relating to health insurance:
§ (ii) employment as a master or member of the crew of any fishing or other vessel when the person so employed is remunerated by a share in the profits or gross earnings of the vessel;
§ (3) extending the purposes to which paragraph (a) of Section four of the National Health Insurance Act, 1926, applies, so as to include the purpose of preventing members of societies who are in arrears from being or continuing to be subject to reduction of, as well as suspension from, benefits."—(King's Recommendation signified)—[Mr. Chamberlain].
§ Resolution to be reported To-morrow.