HL Deb 17 August 1921 vol 43 c884

Clause 4, page 3, line 35, after (" nominated ") insert (" An organisation by which any person who is a member of a district wages committee at the date of the passing of this Act was nominated as such may at any time before the first day of November nineteen hundred and twenty-one appoint another person to act in the place of that person as a member of the joint conciliation committee ")

The Commons propose to amend (his amendment by leaving out (" November") and inserting (" December")


I beg to move that your Lordships agree with the Commons in the said Amendment. The Commons propose to amend this Amendment by altering the date from November to December. This is a clause dealing with the power of the organisations to change their representation in the first instance, and it is considered in another place that rather a short time was allowed for the organisations to make consultations and take the necessary steps.

Moved, That this House doth agree with the Commons in their Amendment to the Lords' Amendment.—(The Earl of Ancaster.)