Results 1–20 of 21 for speaker:Mr Joseph Green

Orders of the Day — Criminal Law Amendment Bill. (25 Jul 1922)

Mr Joseph Green: I beg to second the Amendment. It is necessary to protest against the language used regarding some of us, both outside and inside the House, although we are as keen upon promoting the interests of public morality as the supporters of this Bill. I can give all credit to the supporters of this Bill, from whom I differ, but I do ask them to give us equal credit. I protest against the language of...

Orders of the Day — Criminal Law Amendment Bill. (5 Jul 1922)

Mr Joseph Green: With some of the latter remarks of my hon. Friend—I hope he will allow me to call him my old and honourable Friend—the Member for the Forest of Dean (Mr. Wignall), I am thoroughly in sympathy, and it seemed to me that they formed a very strong argument against such a Measure as this. My hon. Friend said that the fathers and mothers ought to talk to the boys and the girls in their homes....

Private Business.: Clause 41. — (Power of Trustees to invest in mortgages of the Board.) (16 Nov 1920)

Mr Joseph Green: I desire to say a word or two in support of what has been said, and on behalf of One of the, great towns interested in this measure. There is very little to be added after the exhaustive statements which have been made by my two hon. Friends. Imagine the absurdity of the position which will obtain if we are not allowed to have this Clause in our Bill. Whereas any stock issued by the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Finance Bill.: Carriage Licences. (24 Jun 1920)

Mr Joseph Green: 75. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer to state the total proceeds of the carriage licences in Great Britain in the standard year 1909, giving the amounts derived from motor vehicles and horse-drawn vehicles, respectively; and whether he will state the sum paid in the year 1918–19 to local authorities out of the growing proceeds of the motor carriage licenses to make good the declining...

Orders of the Day — Nauru Island Agreement Bill. (16 Jun 1920)

Mr Joseph Green: Is it not the fact that the majority of the phosphates when it was run by this German company went to Germany.

Oral Answers to Questions — Territorial Force (Recruiting): Statement by MR. Churchill. (4 May 1920)

Mr Joseph Green: (by Private Notice) asked the Secretary of State for War and Air whether his attention has been called to the statement of Lieut.-Colonel A. E. Hirst, made at a meeting of the West Riding County Territorial Force Association at York on 26th April, that either the Government or the War Office did not want the Territorial Force to succeed; and whether he can give the House any assurance as to...

Treaties of Peace (Austria and Bulgaria) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Power of His Majesty to give Effect to Peace Treaties.) (19 Apr 1920)

Mr Joseph Green: I cannot help thinking that my hon. and gallant Friends opposite are making a very old and historic mistake in assuming that a legislative body and an executive body are the same. Surely it is for the Executive for the time being to decide who are to be the representatives of this country on the Council of the Assembly of the League of Nations.

Treaties of Peace (Austria and Bulgaria) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Power of His Majesty to give Effect to Peace Treaties.) (19 Apr 1920)

Mr Joseph Green: I speak as a warm supporter of the League of Nations, and I have just returned from Bristol, where I have been speaking in support of it. I know the objection which has just been raised by my hon. and gallant Friend the Member for Newcastle - under - Lyme (Colonel Wedgwood). It is often said by the extremists that this is a league of governments, and not a league of peoples. That might have...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Building Trade (Unskilled Workers Required). (10 Mar 1920)

Mr Joseph Green: May I ask the right hon. Gentleman whether he has received any reply from the authorities of the Trade Union Congress to the suggestion that I understood he made that he should address the Congress on this subject?

Oral Answers to Questions — Egypt.: Calumniating British Soldiers. (20 Nov 1919)

Mr Joseph Green: asked the Prime Minister whether the attention of the Government has been called to a publication called "The Egyptian Circular," which has been widely circulated among Members of the House, containing gravely seditious matter, and stated to be edited by Kyria-kos Mikhail, and bearing the imprint of the National Labour Press, Limited.; and whether the Government intend to take steps to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Egypt. (19 Nov 1919)

Mr Joseph Green: asked the Prime Minister whether the attention of the Government has been called to a publication called the "Egyptian Circular," which has been widely circulated among Members of the House, containing gravely seditious matter and stated to be edited by Kyriakos Mikhail, and bearing the imprint of the National Labour Press, Limited, and whether the Government intend to take steps to prevent...

Oral Answers to Questions — Fallen Soldiers.: Peemanent Cenotaph in Whitehall. (13 Aug 1919)

Mr Joseph Green: Does not the right hon. Gentleman think that it would be a great pity, seeing the large number of Mussulmans, Indians, and Jewish soldiers who have lost their lives as well as Christian soldiers, that regard should not be had to that fact?

Orders of the Day — Patents and Designs Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment of s. 38 (1) of the Patents and Designs Act, 1907.) (8 Aug 1919)

Mr Joseph Green: I beg to second the Motion. I feel the more encouraged in doing so because I am sure my hon. Friend (Mr. Wallace) and others will join with me in acknowledging the courtesy and tact displayed by my hon. and learned Friend the Solicitor-General in conducting this Bill through Committee. We are confident that he is as anxious as we are to prevent any of those abuses to which my hon. Friend has...

Orders of the Day — Patents and Designs Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment of s. 38 (1) of the Patents and Designs Act, 1907.) (8 Aug 1919)

Mr Joseph Green: In this Amendment nothing is said about any particular trade. The boot and shoe trade was merely given as an illustration.

Orders of the Day — Patents and Designs Bill.: Clause 18. — (Registration of Patent Agents.) (8 Aug 1919)

Mr Joseph Green: I beg to move, in Sub-section (1), to leave out the word "managing" ["the name of such manager or managing director"]. This is a drafting Amendment. The Solicitor-General has been good enough to accept it.

Orders of the Day — Patents and Designs Bill.: Clause 18. — (Registration of Patent Agents.) (8 Aug 1919)

Mr Joseph Green: I beg to move, in Sub-section (2), after the word "as" ["member of a firm, or as manager or director"], to insert the word "a."

Orders of the Day — Patents and Designs Bill. (28 Jul 1919)

Mr Joseph Green: I merely want, as representing a constituency which is very specially affected by the trust to which so many references have been made this afternoon, to endorse what has been said by my hon. Friends with regard to the evils of this trust. One hon. Member thinks that these evils are provided against in the Bill as it stands. If that is the case, it is a somewhat remarkable circumstance that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: British Policy. (21 Jul 1919)

Mr Joseph Green: May I ask whether there is any reason for supposing that General Smuts has any special knowledge of Russia, and, if not, why any attention should be paid to a purely hypothetical case by that gentleman?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Beer Shortage. (20 May 1919)

Mr Joseph Green: On behalf of my hon. Friend (Mr. Seddon), I beg to give notice that he will call attention to this matter on the Adjournment.

Orders of the Day — Statement of Rates Bill. (11 Apr 1919)

Mr Joseph Green: My hon. and gallant Friend who brought in this Bill read various extracts from the Press of the town which I have the honour to represent, and he himself represents a neighbouring constituency. He also read extracts from the London Press, and as I happen to be a Londoner by birth and residence and a representative of Leicester, I feel I should like to give my blessing to this measure. May I...


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