Clause 8. — (Interpretation.)

Orders of the Day — Trading Stamps Bill – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 20th July 1964.

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Lords Amendment: In page 5, leave out lines 15 to 21 and insert— (c) in the case where a business is carried on at six or more separate retail establishments, the stamp is one of a kind obtainable at no more than six of those retail establishments, and not obtainable by the public elsewhere and the arrangements under which it is re deemable are entirely separate from arrangements under which any other stamps, whether trading stamps or not, are redeemable.

Photo of Mr John Osborn Mr John Osborn , Sheffield, Hallam

I beg to move, That this House doth agree with the Lords in the said Amendment.

This is a minor alteration of the definition of "trading stamp". It concerns only the position of stamps issued and redeemable through retailers who carry on business in six or more branches. The situation is clear.

Question put and agreed to.

Remaining Lords Amendments agreed to.