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LORDS AMENDMENTS

TO THE

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (INCREASE OF

PENALTIES) BILL.

[NOTE.The

page and line refer to Bill (104) as first

printed by the Lords.)

In the Title, leave out (“punishment”) and insert (“penal servitude in lieu of imprisonment”)

Page 1.

Line 16, at end insert:

(“ Provided that if, on an appeal by a person sentenced under this Act to penal servitude in respect of two or more offences with which he was charged on separate indictments, it appears to the Court of Criminal Appeal that the appellant, though not properly convicted on some indictment, has been properly convicted on some other indictment, the Court shall have the like powers as if the appellant had been convicted of the offences on different counts or parts of the same indictment; but where an appellant convicted of two or more offences, whether on one or more indictments, has been sentenced under this Act to penal servitude in respect of two or more offences and his conviction of any such offence is quashed by the Court of Criminal Appeal, the Court shall not affirm any sentence passed at the trial or pass any sentence in substitution therefor which is more severe than would have been warranted by law if the appellant had been acquitted at the trial of any charge in respect of which his conviction is quashed ”)

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Line 20, leave out (“ or riotous”)

Line 20, after (“ assembly ") insert (“ rout or riot”)
Page 1.

((b) a reference to the Court of Criminal Appeal

shall be construed as a reference to the High
Court of Justiciary in the exercise of its juris-

diction under the Criminal Appeal (Scotland)
Line 12, leave out (“ Criminal Justice (Increase of

Line 1l, at end insert:
Penalties) '') and insert (“Penal Servitude")

Act, 1926.")
Page 2.

Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,

10 November 1926.

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BE

E it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty,

by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present

Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, 5 as follows :

1. Nothing in section five of the Dentists Act, 1921, Amendment shall operate to prevent the carrying on of the business to section of dentistry by a society registered under the Industrial five of

and Provident Societies Act, 1893, or the Friendly Act, 1921. 10 Societies Act, 1896 :

(a) if the business of such society so far as it relates

to the business of dentistry is under the control
and management of a superintendent who is a

duly registered dentist whose name has been 15

forwarded to the registrar appointed under the
Dentists Act, 1921, to be entered by him in a

register to be kept for that purpose;
(6) if in every premises where such business as

aforesaid is carried on, and is not personally 20

conducted by the superintendent, such business
is bonâ fide conducted by a manager or assistant

who is a duly registered dentist;
(c) if all the operating staff are registered dentists.

2. This Act may be cited as the Dentists (Amend- Short title 25 ment) Act, 1926, and shall be construed as one with the and con

Dentists Acts, 1878 and 1921.

struction.

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LONDON: PUBLISHED BY HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE.

Presented by Mr. Albert Alexander,

supported by
Mr. Barnes, Mr. Robert Morrison,
Mr. Thomas Henderson, and

Mr. William Hirst.

Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,

28 June 1926.

To be purchased directly from
H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE at the following addresses :
Adastral House, Kingsway, London, W.C.2; 28, Abingdon

Street, London, S.W.1; York Street, Manchester; 1, St. Andrew's Crescent, Cardiff; or 120, George Street, Edinburgh;

or through any Bookseller.

Printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode, Ltd.,

East Harding Street, E.C. 4,
Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty.

[Price 1d. Net.] [Bill 143]

Provisions) Bill.

ARRANGEMENT OF CLAUSES.

PART I.

NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE. Clause. 1. Amendment as to proportion of contributions

payable respectively by insured persons and

employers and by the Treasury. 2. Amendment of s. 83 of principal Act. 3. Application of Reserve Suspense Fund and Central

Fund towards making good deficiencies due to

provisions of this part of this Act. 4. Amendment of s. 68 of principal Act. 5. Transfer from Navy, Army and Air Force Insurance

Fund to Exchequer. 6. Consequential amendments of enactments relating

to national health insurance, and variation of

reserve values. 7. Short title, construction and application of Part I.

PART II.

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE.

8.

Amendment of s. 4 of Unemployment Insurance

Act, 1925, 15 & 16 Geo. 5. c. 69.

PART III.

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE. 9. Substitution of one register a year for two and

reduction of qualifying period.

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