§ Amendment proposed: In page 74, line i8, to leave out from "Harbours," to end of line 19.—[Mr. Barnes.]2076
§ Question put, "That the Amendment be made."
§ The House divided: Ayes, 346; Noes, 31.
|O'Brien, T.||Sharp, Granville||Tolley, L.|
|OldfieId, W. H.||Shawcross, C. N. (Widnes)||Turner-Samuels, M.|
|Oliver, G. H.||Shawcross, Rt. Hon. Sir H. (St. Helens)||Ungoed-Thomas, L.|
|Paget, R. T.||Shinwell, Rt. Hon. E.||Usborne, Henry|
|Paling, Rt. Hon. Wilfred (Wentworth)||Shurmer, P.||Vernon, Maj. W. F|
|Paling, Will T, (Dewsbury)||Silverman, J. (Erdington)||Viant, S P.|
|Palmer, A. M. F.||Silverman, S. S. (Nelson)||Walkden, E.|
|Pargiter, G. A.||Simmons, C. J.||Walker, G. H|
|Parker, J.||Skeffington, A. M.||Wallace, G. D. (Chislehurst)|
|Parkin, B. T.||Skeffington-Lodge, T. C||Wallace, H. W. (Walthamstow, E.)|
|Paton, Mrs. F. (Ruskcliffe)||Skinnard, F. W.||Warbey, W. N.|
|Paton, J. (Norwich)||Smith, C. (Colchester)||Watkins, T. E.|
|Pearson, A.||Smith, H. N. (Nottingham, S.)||Watson, W. M.|
|Peart, Capt. T. F.||Smith, S. H. (Hull, S.W.)||Webb, M. (Bradford, C.)|
|Piratin, P.||Solley, L. J.||Weitzman, D.|
|Platts-Mills, J. F. F.||Sorensen, R. W.||Wells, P. L. (Faversham)|
|Poole, Major Cecil (Lichfield)||Soskice, Maj. Sir F||Wells, W. T. (Walsall)|
|Porter, E. (Warrington).||Sparks, J. A.||West, D. G.|
|Porter, G. (Leeds)||Stamford, W||Westwood, Rt. Hon. J.|
|Price, M. Philips||Steele, T.||White, H. (Derbyshire, N.E.)|
|Pritt, D. N.||Stephen, C.||Whiteley, Rt. Hon W.|
|Proctor, W T.||Stewart, Capt. Michael (Fulham, E.)||Wigg, Col. G. E.|
|Pryde, D. J.||Strachey, J.||Wilcock, Group-Capt. C. A B|
|Pursey, Cmdr. H||Strauss, G. R. (Lambeth)||Wilkes, L.|
|Randall, H. E.||Stubbs, A. E.||Wilkins, W. A.|
|Ranger, J.||Summerskill, Dr. Edith||Willey, F. T. (Sunderland)|
|Rankin, J.||Swingler, S.||Williams, D. J. (Neath)|
|Reeves, J.||Sylvester, G. O.||Williams, J. L. (Kelvingrove)|
|Reid, T. (Swindon)||Symonds, A. L.||Williams, Rt. Hon. T. (Don Valley)|
|Rhodes, H.||Taylor, H. B. (Mansfield)||Williams, W. R. (Heston)|
|Richards, R.||Taylor, R. J. (Morpeth)||Williamson, T.|
|Ridealgh, Mrs. M.||Taylor, Dr. S. (Barnet)||Willis, E.|
|Robens, A||Thomas, D. E. (Aberdare)||Wills, Mrs. E. A.|
|Roberts, Goronwy (Caernarvonshire)||Thomas, I. O. (Wrekin)||Wise, Major F. J.|
|Robertson, J. J. (Berwick)||Thomas, George (Cardiff)||Woodburn, A.|
|Ross, William (Kilmarnock)||Thomson, Rt. Hn. G. R. (Ed'b'gh, E.)||Wyatt, W.|
|Royle, C.||Thorneycroft, Harry (Clayton)||Yates, V. F.|
|Sargood, R.||Thurtle, Ernest||Young, Sir R. (Newton)|
|Scollan, T.||Tiffany, S.||Younger, Hon. Kenneth|
|Scott-Elliot, W.||Timmons, J.|
|Shackleton, E. A. A||Titterington, M. F||TELLERS FOR THE NOES:|
|Mr. Snow and Mr. Popplewell.|
|Aitken, Hon. Max||Fox, Sir G.||Morrison, Maj. J. G. (Salisbury)|
|Amory, D. Heathcoat||Glyn, Sir R.||Nicholson, G.|
|Baldwin, A. E.||Houghton, S. G.||Ponsonby, Col. C. E.|
|Barlow, Sir J.||Holmes, Sir J. Stanley (Harwich)||Taylor, C. S. (Eastbourne)|
|Beechman, N. A.||Lamoert, Hon. G.||Taylor, Vice-Adm. E. A. (P'dd'ton, S.)|
|Bennett Sir P.||Lipson, D. L.||Teeling, William|
|Bullock, Capt. M||McKie, J, H. (Galloway)||Wheatley, Colonel M. J|
|Carson, E.||Macpherson, Maj. N. (Dumfries)|
|Cole, T. L.||Marlowe, A. A. H.||TELLERS FOR THE NOES:|
|De la Bère, R.||Maude, J. C||Mr. Butcher and|
|Donner, Sqn.-Ldr. P. W.||Mellor, Sir J.||Sir Alan Herbert.|
|Dower, E. L. G. (Caithness)||Moore, Lt.-Col. Sir T|
§ Further Amendments made:
In page 75, line 16, leave out "and." and insert:
(j) for repealing or amending any previous scheme in force with respect to the harbour or group of harbours or any part thereof; and.
§ In line 20, leave out from "amending," to "any," in line 22.
§ In page 76 line 2, leave out "or."
§ In line 2, after "any," insert "private dock undertaking."
§ In line 3, after first "undertaking," insert "or drydock undertaking."—[Mr. Barnes.]2078
Amendment proposed: In page 76, line 16, leave out from "the," to third "to," in line 17, and insert:
§ Mr. Nicholson
On a point of Order. Is not this really two Amendments, Mr. Speaker, and should it not, therefore, be put in two parts?
§ Mr. Speaker
No, the principle of both parts has already been agreed to by the House.
§ Amendment agreed to.2079
§ Further Amendments made:
§ In page 76, line 19, leave out "any," and insert "the."
In line 19, leave out from "harbours," to end of line 21, and insert:
so specified, and the Commission shall give effect to any such directions.
In page 77, line 5, at end, insert:
drydock undertaking" means an undertaking or part of an undertaking the activities whereof consist wholly or mainly of the construction, improvement, maintenance or management of a dock the use whereof is substantially confined to the cleaning or repairing of ships."—[Mr. Barnes.]