HC Deb 11 April 1956 vol 551 c223
That, for the purposes of any Act of the present Session to provide for the registration and judicial investigation of certain restrictive trading agreements, and for the prohibition of such agreements when found contrary to the public interest, it is expedient to authorise—
- (1) The payment out of moneys provided by Parliament of—
- (a) sums required for the payment of remuneration of the Registrar to be appointed under the said Act of the present Session, and of expenses of the said Registrar (including remuneration of assistant registrars and other officers and servants of the Registrar);
- (b) sums required for the payment of remuneration of appointed members of a new Court to be constituted under the said Act, and of expenses of the said Court (including remuneration of officers and servants of the said Court);
- (c) sums required for the payment of pensions, allowances or gratuities, or contributions or other payments towards provision for pensions, allowances or gratuities, to or in respect of persons who have held office as Registrar appointed under the said Act or as appointed members of the Court constituted thereunder;
- (d) any increase attributable to the said Act in the sums payable out of moneys so provided under the Superannuation Acts, 1834 to 1950.
- (2) The charging on and issue out of the Consolidated Fund, and the payment out of moneys provided by Parliament, of any increase in the sums required respectively to be charged on and issued out of that Fund or to be paid out of moneys so provided which is attributable to provisions of the said Act of the present Session increasing the maximum numbers of puisne judges of the High Court and judges of the Court of Session who may be appointed.
- (3) The payment into the Exchequer of any sums required to be so paid by any provision of the said Act of the present Session.
Resolution agreed to.