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Orders of the Day — Acquisition of Land (Assessment of Compensation) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Tribunal for Assessing Compensation, in Respect of Land Compulsorily Acquired for Public Purposes.) (25 Jun 1919)

.... A judge of the High Court must have been a practising barrister for ten years, a County Court judge must have been a practising barrister for seven years, and a recorder must have practised at the Bar for five years. If I am right in that statement, I think it shows that if in our greatest profession, one for which we all have much respect—the profession of the law—precautions of...

Orders of the Day — Nurses' Registration Bill.: Clause 4. — (Constitution and Appointment of Council.) (27 Jun 1919)

Sir Gerald Hurst: ...present form, I am told in answer to that, that the matrons are the uppercrust of the profession, and ought not to count. But that is a ludicrous argument. If you wished to take the opinion of the Bar you would not exclude the opinion of King's Counsel, and if you are going to take the opinion, of the medical profession you would not exclude the opinion of consultants. And I think the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Munitions.: Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic). (30 Jun 1919)

...aware of the great resentment occasioned by the operations of this three-star chamber? Is he aware that it is prejudicing subscriptions to the Loan and that speakers now are met with cries of "No beer no Loan"?

Oral Answers to Questions — Central Canteen Fund ( 1 Jul 1919)

Mr Noel Billing: Will the right hon. Gentleman consider the advisability of decreasing the profits and increasing the quality of the beer sold?

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Celebrations.: Sale of Intoxicants ( 1 Jul 1919)

Mr Noel Billing: Will the right hon. Gentleman consider releasing additional beer and spirits?

Oral Answers to Questions — War Loan ( 1 Jul 1919)

Mr Horatio Bottomley: 53. asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware that a number of persons are withholding subscriptions from the new War Loan as a protest against the shortage of good beer and the continuance of the 50 per cent. increase in railway fares; and whether he will consider the question of removing these two grievances before the closing of the lists?

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill: New Clause. — (Complaints to Railway and Canal Commission as to Undue Disadvantage.) ( 1 Jul 1919)

Mr Donald Maclean: make things very awkward for him. Those who have had any experience of the procedure before the Railway and Canal Commissioners know what a very wide scope it has, and what a very skilled Bar there is for dealing with all the various points that can be raised. If it is left simply at the mercy, to use the words of the hon. Member, of these two words—"undue disadvantage"— I have no...

Oral Answers to Questions — Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic) ( 2 Jul 1919)

Mr Bonar Law: ...the powers with respect to this industry hitherto exercised by the Ministry of Food may now be safely modified. The Cabinet has decided that all restrictions should be removed as to the quantity of beer which may be brewed. They are, however, of opinion that restrictions on the gravity ought to be continued—[Lieut.-Colonel THORNE: "Oh, rubbish!"]—but they have decided that the gravity...

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Pre-War Disability (Increased Pensions). ( 3 Jul 1919)

Captain George Ramsden: ...that a registered letter, sent on 2nd May, applying to his Department for a pension for the widow of Private Horace Sykes, No. 201280, l/4th Duke of Wellington's Regiment, who was recommended for a bar to the distinguished conduct medal, has not even been acknowledged, he will have inquiries made into this case?

Orders of the Day — Public Defender Bill ( 4 Jul 1919)

Mr Horatio Bottomley: ...allowed under the regulations to a barrister retained under the Poor Prisoners' Defence Act is limited to the munificent sum of £l 3s. 6d., which in these days would not attract any member of the Bar of great eminence. That is the whole principle of the Bill, and it simply provides, following the drafting of the Act which sets up a department of the Public Prosecutor, that there shall be...

Oral Answers to Questions — Spirits. ( 7 Jul 1919)

Mr George Terrell: Now that an increase has been allowed by the Government in the supply of beer, may I ask whether a similar increase is being considered by the Cabinet with regard to whisky and other spirits?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Malt (Home-Brewed Ale). ( 8 Jul 1919)

Mr Charles McCurdy: It is obvious that the extra malt allowed to the brewers to increase beer supplies pro tanto leaves less malt available for other purposes.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Liquor Restrictions. ( 8 Jul 1919)

Mr Charles McCurdy: I have been asked to reply. The answer to the first part of the question is in the negative. The new Beer (Prices and Descriptions) Order will, it is hoped, secure that the profits incidental to the recent removal of restrictions on output will enure to the benefit of the public.

Oral Answers to Questions — Lancashire Cotton Dispute. ( 8 Jul 1919)

Mr Thomas Shaw: ...of the fact that none of the trade unions have prevented soldiers joining the unions, and that they have also kept going the membership of soldiers while serving, and that there is absolutely no bar to taking in discharged soldiers?

Finance Bill.: Clause 1. — (Continuation of Customs Duties Imposed under 5 and 6 Geo. 5. c. 89.) ( 8 Jul 1919)

Mr James Hogge: ...a beverage. After all what does the drinking of tea mean? Great discussions have taken place here about the powers of the Liquor Control Board, and I have seen a great many people agitated about the beer supply, or rather the absence of the supply of beer. My hon. Friend knows perfectly well that so far as the great mass of the people of this country are concerned tea is their natural...

Finance Bill.: Clause 5. — (Increased Excise Duty on Beer.) ( 8 Jul 1919)

Clause 5. — (Increased Excise Duty on Beer.)

Finance Bill.: Clause 6. — (Increase in Duty on Private Brewers Licences.) ( 8 Jul 1919)

(1) In lieu of the existing duties upon licences to be taken out annually by brewers of beer other than brewers for sale there shall, on and after the first day of October, nineteen hundred and nineteen, be charged, levied and paid the following duties of excise (that is to say): £ s. d. If the beer brewed by the brewer is chargeable with duty 0 4 0 If the beer brewed by the brewer is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Liquor Traffic. ( 9 Jul 1919)

Sir J. D. REES: 66. asked the Prime Minister if he will state when the Output of Beer Restriction Amendment Act of 1916 will be repealed; what obstacle exists to the immediate revocation of the Intoxicating Liquor (Output and Delivery; Order; who are to be the members of the Liquor Commission; and what are to be the powers of this new body?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 7. — (Imperial Preference.) ( 9 Jul 1919)

Mr Austen Chamberlain: ...the policy of his own country, or that he intended to reverse it. Therefore, those who misinterpret this one of President Wilson's Fourteen Points, who contend that the acceptance of it is any bar to what we are doing now. No, Sir, I am quite certain that President Wilson's Fourteen Points do not suggest that any country has no right, or would not continue to have the right, to...

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