Results 1–20 of 387 for speaker:Mr James Lovat-Fraser

Orders of the Day — Architects Registration Bill. (17 Dec 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: I beg to move, "That the Bill be now read a Second time." This Bill is entitled: A Bill to restrict the use of the name Architect to Registered Architects and to extend the time within which practising architects may apply for registration. Last Session, when the Bill came down to the House of Commons from another place, having passed through all its stages there without amendment and...

Orders of the Day — Architects Registration Bill. (17 Dec 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: No; anybody can register. With regard to the question of the hon. and learned Member for Greenock (Mr. Gibson), we are willing to meet those who object to there not being a Scottish representative. Those who are earning their living as architects are safeguarded by the proposal that any bona fide practising architect shall be entitled to admission to the register for two years after the...

Orders of the Day — Architects Registration Bill. (17 Dec 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: I wish to impress on the House the importance of this matter, and in doing so I will read an extract from the circular which hon. Members have received—

Orders of the Day — Architects Registration Bill. (17 Dec 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: I am not an architect, and I know nothing of the technicalities of the architect's profession. I am here trying to put their case, I hope fairly, in the presence of a large number of technical Members, and I am very surprised that my hon. Friend should get up and take exception to my using the notes which are always necessary on a Bill of this kind. I wish to impress on the House one...

Orders of the Day — Architects Registration Bill. (17 Dec 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: Mr. Lovat-Fraser rose in his place, and claimed to move, "That the Question be now put," but Mr. SPEAKER withheld his assent, and declined then to put that Question.

Orders of the Day — Architects Registration Bill. (17 Dec 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: Mr. Lovat-Fraser rose in his place, and claimed to move, "That the Question be now put," but Mr. SPEAKER withheld his assent, and declined then to put that Question.

Orders of the Day — Supreme Court of Judicature (Amendment) Bill. (8 Nov 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: I have listened with great interest to the discussion and was particularly interested in the historical resumé given by my hon. and learned Friend the Member for Montgomery (Mr. C. Davies). It was a masterly resume of the question. I can go further back than he did. I can remember well the late Lord St. Helier (Sir Francis Jeune), and I can go back to a more remote distance and recall Lord...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Department of Health for Scotland. (24 Jun 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: Is any attempt being made to apply the principles of town planning to the new Edinburghs that are springing up round the original cities?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Department of Health for Scotland. (24 Jun 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: And the people hate them.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Department of Health for Scotland. (24 Jun 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: I hope I shall speak with that modesty which becomes an English Member intervening in a Scottish Debate, but I shall be very short. I wish to express support for what was said by the hon. Member for Inverness (Sir M. Macdonald) about the importance of dental treatment. One is reminded of Burns' "The hell of all diseases": A curse upon thy venomed stangWhich shoots my tortured gums alang. It...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Ministry of Health. (18 Jun 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: I wish to speak this morning on a class of children for whom the Ministry of Health is ultimately responsible. I refer to Poor Law children who, owing to the defect or default of their parents, have been thrown upon the State for maintenance. In the Report of the Ministry of Health for last year there is this statement, which I very strongly endorse: It may fairly be said that, from the point...

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: Physical Training. (17 Jun 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that a strong feeling exists in favour of including the mother and pre-school child in the physical fitness schemes; and whether he will consider the desirability of doing this?

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: Mental Deficiency. (17 Jun 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware of the case of Leslie Cotton, aged 17, whose parents live at Southdown Road, Carshalton, and who is detained in a lunacy establishment; and whether he is satisfied that the lad ought to be confined as a mental deficient?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Road Improvement and New Construction. (2 Jun 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: asked the Minister of Transport whether he is aware that the number of motor vehicles is growing at the rate of nearly 500 a day; and what he proposes to do to make the traffic fit the existing streets and roads?

Oral Answers to Questions — Corporal Punishment (Children). (18 Feb 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: asked the Home Secretary whether he will without delay introduce legislation to prohibit the infliction of repeated sentences of corporal punishment upon children by juvenile courts, in view of recent cases which have occurred at Aldershot and elsewhere; to which his attention has been drawn, and in view of the growing public dislike of the infliction of corporal punishment?

Preservation of Old Buildings. (10 Feb 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: For a very long time people have complained about the country being spoilt by the town, and about the urbanisation of the country. As far back as 1770, Dr. Johnson, speaking of his own time, said that: He observed that the influence of London now extended everywhere, and that, from all manner of communication being opened, there shortly would be no remains of the ancient simplicity or...

Preservation of Old Buildings.: Cotswold Cottage for America. (10 Feb 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: No.

Preservation of Old Buildings.: Cotswold Cottage for America. (10 Feb 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: Yes.

Preservation of Old Buildings.: Cotswold Cottage for America. (10 Feb 1937)

Mr James Lovat-Fraser: The hon. Baronet is speaking of the Canongate.


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