HC Deb 01 July 1949 vol 466 c1664
Mr. Sparks

I beg to move, in page 3, line 18, at the end, to insert: Provided however that in the event of a further application by such person to enlarge the form of hairdressing which the said registered person is entitled to practise being granted no further fee shall be payable by such registered person. We undertook to look into this point on Standing Committee in order to make it quite clear that it was not the intention that every time a person made an application for registration for an additional process or form of hairdressing he should be required to pay the registration fee of 10s. Our intention was that only one fee of 10s. should be paid upon first registration and that subsequent registrations to enlarge the certificate of the applicant should not incur a further fee.

Mr. Turner-Samuels

I beg to second the Amendment.

There are a number of forms of hairdressing and a person applying to be registered may be registered in one form or more forms. If it should be only one, there is a registration fee of 10s. The Amendment makes it clear that if there are subsequent applications and further registrations, further payments of 10s. do not have to be made.

Amendment agreed to.