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Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Industrial Unrest. (13 Feb 1919)

Mr James Thomas: In seconding this Amendment, I recognise that the problem and the time are far too serious to attempt any debating points, either from this side or that. I would be tempted to criticise at some length the Prime Minister's speech on Tuesday, but I feel I shall be acting with the sense of the House if I recognise straight away that mere debating points are useless at a time of crisis, and I...

Increase of Rent Bill. (27 Mar 1919)

Lords Reasons for disagreeing to the Amendment made by this House to one of their Amendments to the Increase of Rent and Mortgage Interest (Restrictions) Bill, and for insisting on certain of their Amendments to which this House has disagreed, to be considered upon Monday next, and to be printed. [Bill 45.]

Orders of the Day — Housing and Town Planning [Scotland — Expenses.] (13 May 1919)

Mr Joseph Johnstone: ...utility societies, far better results will be achieved and a far more businesslike proposition put before the country than by the building of houses by local authorities. I hope, therefore, the Amendment will not be carried.

Orders of the Day — Housing and Town Planning Bill.: Clause 12. — (Additional Powers as to Acquisition of Land and Houses.) (26 May 1919)

Hon. Waldorf Astor: ...of providing water should not be invaded or taken under the provisions of this Bill to the detriment of the present owners. In our opinion the point which is raised is already covered by Section 45 of the Housing and Town Planning Act, 1909. It says that nothing in the Housing Acts shall authorise the compulsory acquisition of any land which is the property of any local authority or has...

Orders of the Day — Acquisition of Land (Assessment of Compensation) Bill.: Clause 2. — (Rules for the Assessment of Compensation.) (25 Jun 1919)

Mr John Cairns: I beg to second the Amendment. I have a letter in my hand sent to me by one of my Constituents. He refers there to land which has been sold for £500 an acre. If sold in 1914, that land would have fetched £45 an acre. That is a difference of £455 an acre. Sitting here in this quiet, staid, conservative House, I have listened all the time with sympathy. I happen to be the only Labour man on...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill.: Clause 10. — (Power As To Railway Wagons.) (7 Jul 1919)

Sir Eric Geddes: ...your warehouses, and it saves you very materially in the paying load of your train. Take as an example the paying load of your train. Eighty-one wagons of 10 tons capacity carry 810 tons; eighteen 45-ton wagons also carry 810 tons. The dead weight in the first instance of the non-paying load is 972 tons. but by pulling in a bigger capacity wagon you cut the non-paying load down to 648...

Orders of the Day — Housing and Town Planning Bill.: Clause 42. — (Power of Local Government Board to Requite Town Planning Scheme.) (22 Jul 1919)

SECOND SCHEDULE Enactment to be amended. Nature of Amendment. Housing of the Working Classes Act, 1800 (53 & 64 Viet. c. 70): s. 31(1) Far the words "in any district any four or more householders living in or near to "any street" there shall be substituted the words "any justice of the peace" acting for a district, or any member of the local authority, or any four or more "householders in...

Orders of the Day — Housing and Town Planning (Scotland) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Duty of Local Authority to Prepare Housing Schemes.) (25 Jul 1919) them Estimates of the cost of the scheme and of the rents expected to be derived from the houses provided under the scheme. I am very sanguine that the Secretary for Scotland will agree to this Amendment. A similar one has already been inserted in the English Bill. It will be within his recollection that I moved an Amendment on these lines in Committee. The question of rent to be paid...

Private Business.: Standing Orders (Amendments). (28 Oct 1919)

Mr John Whitley: I shall have to submit to the House several Amendments of Standing Orders, some of which are on the Paper to-day and some of which I shall set down for next week. Those which I submit to-day are entirely consequential Amendments arising out of legislation. They fall into two groups. The first group, dealing with Scottish legislation, arises from the fact that the Standing Orders have not been...

Private Business: Standing Orders (4 Nov 1919)

Standing Order 194b read, and amended, by leaving out from the beginning of the Standing Order, to the word "shall," in line 7, and inserting the words "Every annual Money Bill of the London County Council promoted in accordance with the London County Council (Finance Consolidation) Act, 1912, or any Act amending the same, shall contain only powers or provisions relating to the borrowing,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Debate (House of Commons). (18 Nov 1919)

Mr Albert Atkey: 45. asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware of the dissatisfac- tion throughout the country owing to the difficulties and delays incidental to the provision of houses under the Housing Act, and, in particular, that many authorities are unable to raise the necessary capital and do not approve of subsidising tenants of houses costing from £800 to £l,000 each, either from local or...

Orders of the Day — GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (Re-committed) BILL,: Clause 3. — (Revised System of Local Government in Certain Provinces.) (3 Dec 1919)

Sir Henry Craik: ...with the approval of His Majesty, and provided also that the said Governors must have been at the time of their appointments at least ten years in the service of the Crown in India. This is an Amendment which really is of very considerable moment. The whole structure of Provincial Government is very largely changed by the proposals of this Bill. The arrangement by which Lieutenant...

Orders of the Day — GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (Re-committed) BILL.: Clause 44. — (Power to make Rules.) (4 Dec 1919)

Mr Thomas Bennett: I do not propose to move the Amendment standing in my name—[requiring proposed Rules to be published in India]. The object is clear on the surface, and I am quite satisfied that it can be achieved. Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill. Clauses 45 (Amendments of Principal Act to carry Act into effect, etc.) and 46 (Definition of Official) ordered to stand part of the Bill.

Orders of the Day — Irish Railways (Confirmation of Agreement) Bill.: Clause 1. — (confirmation of the Terms of Agreement.) (8 Dec 1919) respect of a guarantee in connection with the Loughrea-Attymon Railway. The railway is a broad-gauge line worked by the Midland and Great Western. The Midland and Great Western contracted to pay 45 per cent. of its gross receipts to the guaranteed railway, and any deficiency to make up the dividend of 5 per cent. on the guaranteed. railway has to be found al the expense of the...

Orders of the Day — Old Age Pensions.: Clause 45. — (Amendments of Principal Act to Carry Act into Effect, etc) (19 Dec 1919)

Clause 45. — (Amendments of Principal Act to Carry Act into Effect, etc)

Orders of the Day — Royal Assent. (28 Dec 1919)

...Marks Act, 1919.12. Patents and Designs Act, 1919.13. Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act, 1919.14. Irish Land (Provision for Sailors and Soldiers) Act, 1919.15. Workmen's Compensation (War Addition) Amendment Act, 1919.16. County and Borough Police Act, 1919.17. Mental Deficiency and Lunacy (Amendment) Act, 1919.18. Anglo-Persian Oil Company (Acquisition of Capital) Amendment Act, 1919.19....

Orders of the Day — War Emergency Laws (Continuance) Bill.: Clause 2. — (Continuance of certain Defence of the Realm Regulations). (24 Feb 1920)

Amendment made: In paragraph 10, column 3, leave out the words To extend the valuations due to be made during twelve months after the termination of the present War, as if in Section 1 for the words 'six months' there were substituted the words 'twelve months,' ".—[Sir E. Pollock.] Number of Regulation. Subject Matter. Limitations, Qualifications, and Modifications subject to which...

Bills Presented.: Rating of Machinery Bill, (4 Mar 1920)

"to amend the law relating to the rating of hereditaments containing machinery," presented by Captain HAMILTON BENN; supported by Sir Watson Rutherford, Mr. Marshall Stevens, Mr. Bigland, Sir John Harmood-Banner, and Mr. Manville; to be read a second time upon Monday next, and to be printed. [Bill 45.]

Orders of the Day — Income Tax.: Ways and Means. [19TH April.] (27 Apr 1920)

Mr Godfrey Locker-Lampson: a larger sum in respect of Income Tax than they would be liable to pay if they were each unmarried. I do not feel that it is really necessary to offer any apology to the House for putting this Amendment down and asking the House to support it. To my mind it contains a great matter of principle. I believe these debates on this question of the marriage tax have come to stay. I believe it...

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