HL Deb 26 March 1912 vol 11 cc619-20

Reported from the Joint Committee with Amendments, and to be printed as amended.

Moved, That the Bill be committed to a Committee of the Whole House forthwith.—(Lord Ashby St. Ledgers.)

On Question, Motion agreed to.

House in Committee accordingly.

(The EARL OF DONOUGHMORE in the Chair.)

The Amendments proposed by the Joint Committee made.

LORD ASHBY ST. LEDGERS formally moved en bloc a number of further Amendments standing in his name on the Paper.

Amendments moved—

[References are to the Bill as amended by the Joint Committee.]

Clause 1, page 2, lines 15 to 17, leave out subsection (5).

Clause 2, page 3, line 6, leave out subsection (5), and insert—

"(5) This section shall apply to wholesale shops and to warehouses in which assistants are employed for hire in like manner as if they were shops within the meaning of this Act, and the provisions of sections thirteen and fourteen of this Act shall for the purposes of the enforcement of this section be construed accordingly."

Clause 4, page 5, lines 21 to 23, leave out subsection (9).

Clause 5, page 6, lines 1 and 2, leave out ("to any fair lawfully held or bazaar for charitable purposes, nor").

Clause 11, page 9, lines 12 and 13, leave out ("to which any such order of suspension applies,") and insert ("in any place in which any such order of suspension is in force").

Clause 19, page 13, line 26, after ("night") insert as a new subsection:

"(2) Nothing in this Act shall apply to any fair lawfully held or any bazaar or sale of work for charitable or other purposes from which no private profit is derived."

Schedule 4, page 19, line 24, after ("shop") insert ("wholesale shop or warehouse")

Schedule 4, page 19, line 27, after ("shop") insert ("or warehouse")

Schedule 4, page 19, line 28, after ("shop") insert ("or warehouse").—(Lord Ashby St. Ledgers.)

On Question, Amendments agreed to.

Then Standing Order No. XXXIX considered (according to Order) and dispensed with in respect of the said Bill: Amendments reported: Bill read 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. (No. 23.)