HC Deb 24 July 1934 vol 292 c1735

Considered in Committee.

[Sir DENNIS HERBERT in the Chair.]

  1. CLAUSE 1.—(Description of whales to which the Act applies.) 715 words
  2. Clause 2 (Prohibition of catching or treating whales within United Kingdom waters) ordered to stand part of the Bill.
  3. c1737
  4. CLAUSE 3.—(Protection for certain classes of whales.) 32 words
  5. Clause 4 (Whaling ships and whale-oil factories to be licensed) ordered to stand part of the Bill.
  6. cc1737-8
  7. CLAUSE 5.—(Grant of licences.) 220 words
  8. cc1738-44
  9. CLAUSE 6.—(Conditions attached to licences.) 2,653 words
  10. Clause 7 (Permits to take and treat whales for scientific purposes), ordered to stand part of the Bill.
  11. cc1744-6
  12. CLAUSE 8.—(Powers of whale fishery inspectors.) 546 words
  13. c1746
  14. CLAUSE 11.—(Application to non-British ships registered in colonies, etc.) 55 words
  15. cc1746-7
  16. CLAUSE 15.—(Powers of certain Dominions and India to legislate extra-territorially as respects their ships.) 298 words
  17. c1747
  18. CLAUSE 17.—(Interpretation, and saving for certain enactments.) 70 words
  19. cc1747-8
  20. CLAUSE 19.—(Short title and commencement.) 60 words
  21. c1748
  22. NEW CLAUSE 16.—(Expenses and application of fees and fines.) 239 words