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Tuesday, 17 July 1906

Motion (by Sir William Lyne) proposed -

That the Bill be now recommitted to a Committee of the whole House for the reconsideration of clauses 3, 6,10,11,11b, 14, 17, and 18a, in regard to the following proposed amendments : -

Clause 3, page 2, line 6, omit " Lower,"insert " Inadequate." page 2, line 6, omit " less," insert " inadequate." page 2, line 6, omit " longer," insert " excessive." page 2, line8, omit " more," insert " unduly."

Clause 6, page 3, lines 1-2, omit " a lower," insert " an inadequate."

Clause 10, page 3, line 47, omit " destroying or in juring," insert " destructive or injurious." page 3, line 48, before "any " insert "to." page 4, line 6, omit " Judge," insert "Justice."

Clause 11, page 4, lines 15-16, omit "any competent Court exercising Federal jurisdiction," insert " the High Court before a Justice without a jury."

Clause11b, page 4, omit the clause.

Clause 14, page 6, line 14, omit " a lower," insert " an inadequate."

Clause 17, page 7, lines 47-48, omit "including the power, if he thinks fit, to." insert " He may, if he thinks fit, and shall on the application of either party." page 7, line 49, at end of sub-clause (2), add " and he may, if he thinks fit, at any stage of the proceeding, refer the investigation and determination of the matter to the Full Court, which shall, in that case, have all the powers and functions of a Justice under this Part of this Act." page8, line 3, omit " thereby," insert "therein."

Clause18a, page 8, line 49, omit " in," insert " or limitation on."

Amendment (by Mr. Joseph Cook) proposed -

That the following words be added : - " and clause 17, page 8, lines 25 and 26, omit 'without unfairly injuring any other section of the community.' "







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