HC Deb 28 April 1933 vol 277 cc479-82

3.59 p.m.


I beg to move, in page 1, line 10, after the word "granted," to insert the words: on the application of the person named in the licence. The object of the Amendment is to make certain that the person who applies for this concession shall be the holder of the licence. It is very important that the

The House divided: Ayes, 36; Noes, 124.

Division No. 152.] AYES. [3.51 p.m.
Applin, Lieut.-Cul. Reginald V. K. Gritten, W. G. Howard Ralkes, Henry V. A. M.
Astbury, Lieut.-Com. Frederick Wolfe Hales, Harold K. Ropner, Colonel L.
Bateman, A. L. Hannon, Patrick Joseph Henry Rutherford, John (Edmonton)
Beaumont, M. W. (Bucks., Aylesbury) Hartington, Marquess of Storey, Samuel
Blaker, Sir Reginald Harvey, George (Lambeth, Kenningt'n) Sueter, Rear-Admiral Murray F.
Cayzer Sir Charles (Chester, City) Hope, Capt. Hon. A. O. J. (Aston) Ward, Lt.-Col. Sir A. L. (Hull)
Crookshank, Capt. H. C. (Ga[...]nsb'ro) Knox, Sir Alfred Watt, Captain George Steven H.
Dawson, Sir Philip Lewis, Oswald Weymouth, Viscount
Denv[...]lle. Alfred Lyons, Abraham Montagu Whiteside, Borras Noel H.
D[...]ck[...]e, John P. Makins, Brlgadier-General Ernest Wise, Alfred R.
Donner, P. W. Marsden, Commander Arthur
Fleming, Edward Lascelles North, Captain Edward T. TELLERS FOR THE AYES —
Grattan-Doyle, Sir Nicholas O'Donovan, Dr. William James Mr. Levy and Mr. Herbert Williams.
Adams, D. M. (Poplar, South) Goldle, Noel B. Petherick. M.
Adams, Samuel Vyvyan T. (Leeds,w.) Gower, Sir Robert Peto, Geoffrey K.(W'verh'pt'n.Bilston)
Agnew, Lieut.-Com. P. G. Grenfe[...]l, David Rees (Glamorgan) Pickford, Hon. Mary Ada
Allen, William (Stoke-on-Trent) Grimston, R. V. Price, Gabriel
Banfield, John William Groves, Thomas E. Procter, Major Henry Adam
Batey, Joseph Hacking, Rt. Hon. Douglas H. Ramsay, T B. W. (Western Isles)
Beaumont, Hon. R.E.B. (Portsm'th,C.) Hall, George H. (Merthyr Tydvil) Ray, Sir William
Birchall, Major Sir John Dearman Hamilton, Sir R. W.(Orkney &Zetl'nd) Reid, David D. (County Down)
Blower, Lieut.-Com. Robert Tatton Harris, Sir Percy Reid, William Allan (Derby)
Briant, Frank Hartland, George A. Remer, John R.
Broadbent, Colonel John Henderson, Sir Vivian L. (Chelmsford) Rosbotham, Sir Samuel
Brocklebank, C. E. R. Holdsworth, Herbert Ross Taylor, Walter (Woodbridge)
Brown, C. W. E. (Notts., Mansfield) Hornby, Frank Runge, Norah Cecil
Browne, Captain A. C. Horsbrugh, Florence Russell, Richard John (Eddisbury)
Burnett, John George Hudson,Capt. A. U. M. (Hackney, N.) Samuel, Sir Arthur Michael (F'nham)
Cadogan, Hon. Edward Hume, Sir George Hopwood Sandeman, Sir A. N. Stewart
Campbell, Edward Taswell (Bromley) Hunter, Dr. Joseph (Dumfries) Sanderson, Sir Frank Barnard
Campbell, Vice-Admiral G. (Burnley) Jackson, Sir Henry (Wandsworth, C.) Shaw, Helen B. (Lanark, Bothwell)
Campbell-Johnston, Malcolm Jones, Morgan (Caerphilly) Smith, Bracewell (Dulwich)
Cape, Thomas Lansbury, Rt. Hon. George Smith-Carington, Neville W.
Carver, Major William H. Lawson, John James Somerville, Annesley A (Windsor)
Cautley, Sir Henry S. Leckle, J. A. Southby, Commander Archlbald R. J.
Cobb, Sir Cyrll Llewellyn-Jones, Frederick Spencer, Captain Richard A.
Cocks, Frederick Seymour Logan, David Gilbert Spens, William Patrick
Cook, Thomas A. Lunn, William Sugden, Sir Wilfrid Hart
Cooke, Douglas Mabane, William Tate, Mavis Constance
Cruddas, Lieut.-Colonel Bernard MacAndrew, Capt. J. O. (Ayr) Thompson, Luke
Curry, A. C. McConnell, Sir Joseph Thomson, Sir Frederick Charles
Daggar, George McCorquodale, M. S. Thorne, William James
Davies, Rhys John (Westhoughton) McEntee, Valentine L. Touche, Gordon Cosmo
Dobble, William Maltland, Adam Vaughan-Morgan, Sir Kenyon
Duckworth, George A. V. Margesson, Capt. Rt. Hon. H. D. R. Wardlaw-M[...]lne, Sir John S.
Duggan, Hubert John Mayhew, Lieut.-Colonel John Warrender, Sir Victor A. G.
Duncan, James A. L. (Kensington, N.) Meller, Richard James Wells, Sydney Richard
Edwards, Charles Mills, Sir Frederick (Leyton, E.) Williams. Thomas (York., Don Valley)
Emmott, Charles E. G. C. Molson, A. Hugh Elsdale Wills, Wilfrid D.
Erskine, Lord (Weston-super-Mare) Moreing, Adrian C. Womersley, Walter James
Essenhigh, Reginald Clare Munro, Patrick Wood, Sir Murdoch McKenzle (Banff)
Evans, David Owen (Cardigan) Murray-Phillpson, Hytton Ralph
Foot, Dingle (Dundee) Parkinson, John Allen TELLERS FOR THE NOES —
Fremant[...]e, Sir Francis Patrick, Col[...]n M. Mr. Tinker and Lieut.-Colonel Sir
George, Major G. Lloyd (Pembroke) Pearson. William G. Walter Smiles.
God, Sir Park Penny, Sir George

person who asks for the concession, and gets it, should not be able afterwards to sell it to someone else. All that I am inclined to do in connection with this Bill is to try and amend it in such a way as to secure that the racing is under proper direction and supervision—

It being Four of the Clock, further consideration of the Bill, as amended, stood adjourned.

Bill, as amended (in the Standing Committee) to be further considered upon Friday next.

The remaining Orders were read, and postponed.

Whereupon Mr. SPEAKER adjourned the House, without Question put, pursuant to standing Order No. 3.

Adjourned at One Minute after Four o'Clock, until Monday next, 1st May.