HC Deb 08 February 1938 vol 331 cc883-1013

Considered in Committee. [Progress, 7th February.]

[Sir DENNIS HERBERT in the Chair.]

The following new Clause stood upon the Order Paper in the name of Mr. STANLEY:

Persons to act for purposes of Part I in case of death or incapacity. In a case in which a person by or to whom under this Part of this Act any notice is required or authorised to be given, information furnished, claim made, or any other act or thing done, dies or is, or becomes, incapable of acting, references in the relevant provisions of this Act to that person shall be construed as including references to a person substituted for that person in accordance with rules made by the Board of Trade.

The Chairman

I understand the right hon. Gentleman does not propose at this stage to move the first new Clause standing in his name?

The President of the Board of Trade (Mr. Oliver Stanley)

indicated assent.

  1. NEW CLAUSE.—(Limitation as to information required to be given under the Registration Act.) 1,198 words
  2. cc886-903
  3. NEW CLAUSE.—(Sinking or opening of new mines.) 6,037 words
  4. cc913-59
  5. NEW CLAUSE.—(Commission to be satisfied in certain respects as regards voluntary amalgamations.) 20,115 words, 2 divisions
  6. cc903-13
  7. NEW CLAUSE.—(As to existing leases.) 3,856 words
  8. cc959-93
  9. NEW CLAUSE.—(Provisions as to dangers of subsidences.) 13,697 words, 1 division
  10. cc993-7
  11. NEW CLAUSE.—(Compensation for employees of mineral agents in case of loss of employment or diminution of emoluments) 1,707 words
  12. cc997-1003
  13. NEW CLAUSE.—(Leases not to be refused unreasonably.) 2,422 words
  14. cc1003-13
  15. NEW CLAUSE.—(Compensation to mineral surveyors and others displaced.) 3,865 words