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Another New Clause (“ Amendment of Coal Mines Regulation Act, 1908 ") brought up, and read the first time as follows:
“ Section one of the Coal Mines Regulation Act, 1908, shall have effect as if the following words were added to sub-section (6) thereof ' and any shift of workmen may, notwithstanding
the provisions of this section, commence their period of work on Saturday after twentythree hours have elapsed since the commencement of their last period of work'”—(Mr.
Austin Hopkinson). Motion made, and Question put, “ That the Clause be read a second time." - The Committee divided :
Another New Clause (“ Provision of pensions for aged miners”) brought up, and read the first time as follows :
" When in accordance with the directions of the Board of Trade, as provided in the preceding section, the appropriation of the whole of the proceeds of the royalties welfare levy paid to the welfare fund towards the provision of washing and drying accommodation ceases, it shall be the duty of the miners' welfare committee to establish out of the proceeds of the royalties welfare levy a scheme for the provision of weekly pensions for persons who have been regularly employed in the mining industry and have reached
the age of sixty years ”—(Mr. Charles Edwards). Motion made, and Question put, “ 'l'hat the Clause be read a second time.”—The Committee divided :
An Amendment made, in page 17, line 12, after the word “substitution,” by inserting the words “or reduction, as the case may be”—(Sir Charles Forestier-Walker).
Schedule, as amended, agreed to.
Ordered : To Report the Bill, as amended, to the House.
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STANDING COMMITTEE A.
MONEYLENDERS BILL.-Read a second time and committed
to a Standing Committee on the 23rd April, and allocated by Mr. Speaker to the Committee on the 26th April.
The Committee was constituted as follows :
Mr. SHORT, appointed Chairman 22nd July. *Advocate, The Lord
*Kennedy, Mr. Bourne, Captain
Knox, Sir Alfred Broad, Mr.
*Loder, Captain Buchanan, Mr.
Makins, Brigadier-General Cayzer, Sir Herbert
Paling, Mr. Cazalet, Captain
Peto, Mr. Basil Cooper, Mr. Duff
Ruggles-Brise, Major Crooke, Mr. Smedley
Shiels, Dr. Crookshank, Captain
*Slesser, Sir Henry Davies, Dr. Vernon
*Somerville, Mr. *Dennison, Mr.
*Stanley, Mr. Oliver *Eden, Captain
Thurtle, Mr. Everard, M
*Watts-Morgan, Lieut.-Colonel *Glyn, Major
*Wedgwood, Colonel Hamilton, Sir Robert
*Wells, Mr. *Harney, Mr.
White, Lieut.-Colonel Sir G.
Williams, Mr. Charles *Hopkinson, Sir Alfred
Williams, Mr. Herbert *Hume-Williams, Sir Ellis
Williams, Mr. John Huntingfield, Lord
Wilson, Mr. Robert Jacob, Mr.
*Womersley, Mr. Jones, Mr. Haydn
* Added in respect of the Money lenders Bill.
| Mr. Charles Williams
Mr. Robert Wilson