HL Deb 15 December 1949 vol 165 cc1658-9

Quarter sessions boroughs with a population between 20,000 and 35,000

Fourth Schedule, page 54, line 22, leave out ("seventy-five") and insert ("sixty-five").

Fifth Schedule, page 57, line 30, at end insert— ("Provided that if, in the case of a justices' clerk who is a part time officer, it is not possible to determine on the said date whether he then becomes a contributory employee of the magistrates' courts committee by virtue of any order of the Secretary of State under paragraph 1 of this Schedule (whether because his salary under section nineteen of this Act has not been fixed or because the order gives him an option exercisable after that date or for similar reasons), the reference to be substituted in the said subsection (2) shall be a reference to the date on which it becomes possible to determine that question.")

page 59, line 21, after ("1") insert ("(5) or (6")")

page 59, line 38, after ("Act" insert ("and")

page 59, line 40, after ("(1)") insert ("(5) or (6)")

page 59, line 41, leave out from ("committee") to end of line 43.

Seventh Schedule, page 71, line 28, at end insert—

("41 & 42 Vict. C. exciii. The Ramsgate Improvement Act, 1878. Sections eighteen and nineteen.")

Seventh Schedule, page 74, line 17, column 3, leave out ("Sections eighteen to") and insert ("Section eighteen from the words 'and from' onwards, so far as relates to the court of quarter sessions for the county of Kent or any division thereof; sections nineteen and")

Seventh Schedule, page 75, line 3, column 3, leave out from beginning to ("the") in line 5.

Seventh Schedule, page 75, line 23, column 3, at end insert ("and subsection (3) of that section from 'and where' onwards.")


My Lords, all the other Amendments are either drafting or consequential. I will put them all together. I beg to move that this House do agree with the Commons in the said Amendments.

Moved, That this House do agree with the Commons in the said Amendments.— (The Lord Chancellor.)

On Question, Motion agreed to.

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