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Selection (Standing Committees).: Standing Committee B. (3 Jun 1919)

Sir Samuel Roberts reported from the Committee of Selection; That they had discharged the following Member from Standing Committee B: Major Court-hope; and had appointed in substitution (for the consideration of the Electricity (Supply) Bill): Mr. Bridgeman.

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)

Mr Robert Tootill: ...acceptance reforms that hitherto they would not have touched with the proverbial fire tongs. As an old campaigner in the movement, I desire to appeal strongly to the Government to establish a land court of such a character that, at any rate, it would tend to inspire confidence among those who are not supposed to understand all the technicalities and details of land law, land courts, land...

Oral Answers to Questions — Smallholders (Scotland). (8 Jul 1919)

Mr Robert Munro: ..., where short periods of tenancy had to run, were held over for disposal at the expiry of the lease. There is no period prescribed by the Act, as my hon. Friend suggests. The rules of the Land Court explicitly authorise the lodging of such applications during the currency of the lease.

Selection (Standing Committees).: Standing Committee D. (8 Jul 1919)

Sir SAMUEL ROBERTS further reported from the Committee; That they had added to Standing Committee D the following Fifteen Members in respect of the National Health Insurance Bill: Dr. Addison, Major Astor, Mr. James Bell. Mr. Cairns, Sir Walter Cheyne, Captain Eliot, Major Farquharson, Mr. Hodge, Mr. Macpherson, Sir Philip Magnus, Mr. Munro, Dr. Murray, Mr. Purchase, Lieutenant-Colonel Sir...

Orders of the Day — Treaty of Peace Bill (21 Jul 1919)

Lord Robert Cecil: ...which two high-spirited countries might each of them think they were right. What we do say is this: Before you go to war you must submit your dispute to the arbitrament, either of the International Court of Justice or the Council of the League of Nations, and the publication of the matter, so that the world may know exactly what it is in dispute. After the lapse of six months for...

Selection (Standing Committees): Standing Committee D. (28 Jul 1919)

SIR SAMUEL ROBERTS further reported from the Committee; That they had discharged the following Member from Standing Committee D (added in respect of the Courts (Emergency Powers) Bill): Colonel Leslie Wilson; and had appointed in substitution (in respect of the Courts (Emergency Powers) Bill): Sir Auckland Geddes.

Selection (Standing Committees).: Standing Committee D. (11 Aug 1919)

Sir Samuel Roberts reported from the Committee of Selection; That they had discharged the following Member from Standing Committee D: Sir Auckland Geddes; and had appointed in substitution: Colonel Sir Hamar Greenwood (in respect of the Courts (Emergency Powers) Bill).

Orders of the Day — Profiteering Bill. (11 Aug 1919)

Lord Robert Cecil: I should like to know, where there are proceedings in a Summary Jurisdiction Court in consequence of the refusal of any trader to comply with an order made by one of these committees, whether the fact that the order was so made will be the only thing to be tried by the Summary Jurisdiction Court or whether that Court will be able to retry the whole question, and to consider in point of fact...

Orders of the Day — Profiteering Bill.: Clause 1. — (Powers of the Board of Trade to Investigate Complaints and Take Proceedings). (13 Aug 1919)

Lord Robert Cecil: ...I do not think my right hon. Friend has quite appreciated—and at any rate nothing he has said has shown his appreciation of the point—that the whole mischief may be done before you get to the Court of Summary Jurisdiction. If hon. Members will read paragraph 2 of Sub-section (b) of Clause I it will be found, for instance, that the seller may be required to repay to the complainant any...

Orders of the Day — Land Settlement (Scotland) Bill (15 Aug 1919)

Mr Robert Munro: ..., there are compulsory powers to require the land to be let by the landlord direct to the smallholder under a system which confers fixity of tenure upon him at a fair rent determined by the Land Court. The cost of the equipment and of the compensation fall upon the Agriculture (Scotland) Fund. In accordance with the decision of the Government, it is now thought desirable to supplement the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Bill Presented. (3 Nov 1919)

INDUSTIRAL COURTS BILL,—"to provide for the establishment of an Industrial Court and Courts of Inquiry in connection with trade disputes, and to continue for a limited period certain of the provisions of the Wages (Temporary Regulation) Act, 1918." presented by Sir ROBERT HORNE; supported by the Attorney-General and Mr. Wardle; to be read a second time upon Thursday, and to be printed....

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts Bill. (6 Nov 1919)

Sir Robert Horne: I beg to move, "That the Bill be now read a second time." The Bill I am about to ask the House to grant a Second Reading sets out to do three things—to set up a permanent Industrial Court in this country, and to set up a Court of Inquiry; and also to make it illegal to pay wages at a less rate than are being paid at the present time and until 30th September, 1920, under the decisions of the...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts [Expenses.] (7 Nov 1919)

Sir Robert Horne: ...on which it is possible for me to follow the proper rule. In regard to the merits of the Clause as it stands, it deals with the expenditure which must necessarily be incurred if the Industrial Court is to be set up. The expenditure involved is in the payment of the salaries and expenses of the Courts. I did seriously consider, as the White Paper shows, the feasibility of putting a lump sum...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts [Expenses]. (10 Nov 1919)

The MINISTER of LABOUR (Sir-Robert Home): I do not propose to reply at all to the, remarks which my hon. Friend opposite (Mr. Hogge) has made of the Governments use of its time. If he were aware of the whole of the circumstances he would readily recognise that the Government was not master of its time in connection with this particular matter. With regard to the Amendment, I confess that I...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts Bill (10 Nov 1919)

Sir Robert Horne: ...rate unless you have a tribunal in existence which can say what the prescribed rate is, and in cases where a wage has been substituted, what the substituted rate is. Therefore you do require a Court of some sort. He says that we should continue the Court we have. I have had the greatest possible difficulty during the last six months in continuing the Court we had. It was admittedly an...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts Bill: Clause 1. — (Constitution of Industrial Court.) (10 Nov 1919)

Sir Robert Horne: I will not attempt to put in language which would in any sense equal that of my right hon. Friend the objects with which we propose to establish these Industrial Courts. I, therefore, adopt his point of view when I proceed to deal with the character of the Court which is to be set up. Perhaps it will facilitate the understanding of the House if, in response to the request of my right hon....

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts Bill: Clause 2. — (Reference of Disputes to Industrial Court or to Arbitration.) (10 Nov 1919)

Sir Robert Horne: ...scheme should be conducted by the Ministry of Agriculture in the case of agricultural topics, but that thereafter he should exercise all the functions of the Ministry in relation to the Industrial Court and any scheme of arbitration which may be adopted. That is going directly contrary to the provisions of the earlier part of this Bill. There is, however, a great anomaly in the present...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts Bill: CLAUSE 3. (Procedure of Industrial Court and on Arbitrations.) (10 Nov 1919)

Sir Robert Horne: ...take out all reference to the Arbitration Act except in Sub-section (3), which reads, Subject as hereinbefore provided the Arbitration Act, 1889, shall not apply to any reference to the Industrial Court or to any reference to arbitration under this Act. Therefore, the effect of my Amendment would be to cut it out altogether. My right hon. Friend's Amendment would cut out more words than...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts Bill: Clause 4. — (Inquiry into Trade Disputes.) (10 Nov 1919)

Mr Robert Young: ...the Minister power to interfere before direct negotiations have taken place between the parties concerned. Further, we desire that in all cases of dispute they should come before the Industrial Court, and that being so there is a fear in our minds that if we allow a discussion to go on at the same time there might be dissatisfaction caused. We do not want a Court to be set up when...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts Bill: Clause 5. — (Reports.) (10 Nov 1919)

Sir Robert Horne: ...some confidence in the minds of those going to produce them. Hon. Members opposite have just succeeded in inducing us to withdraw all penalties against people who fail to obey the Orders of the Court and give the particulars required. If you have no objection, and if you are going to ask people to produce confidential documents which are going to have no protection whatsoever from the...


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