HC Deb 01 July 1949 vol 466 c1663

11.15 a.m.

Mr. Sparks

I beg to move, in page 2, line 9, to leave out "class," and to insert "form."

We think the word "form" is preferable. There is a little controversy about what is meant by "class," but there is not the same controversy about "form," which is a description of hairdressing contained in Clause 17.

Mr. Turner-Samuels (Gloucester)

I beg to second the Amendment.

It will bring Clause 4 into conformity with the definition in Clause 17. It would create confusion if the word "class" continued in Clause 4 while the word "form" were used in Clause 17.

Amendment agreed to.

Further Amendments made: In page 2, line 16, leave out "the class," and insert "any of the forms."

In line 16, at end, insert: "as defined in section seventeen hereof."—[Mr. Sparks.]