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Tuesday, 13 September 1904

Clause 67 -

(2)   The Court shall hear the application and if it is of opinion that the registration should be cancelled, it shall so order, and thereupon the registration of the organization under this Act. shall be cancelled, but so that the cancellation shall not relieve the organization or any member thereof from the ' obligation to comply with any award, or from any penalty or liability incurred prior to the cancellation.

Amendment (by Mr. Reid) agreed to -

That all the words after " shall be cancelled " be omitted, with a view to insert in lieu thereof the following new sub-clauses : - " (3) Where the Registrar has, on application made to him, refused to make an application for the cancellation of the registration of an organization, the Court may, if it thinks fit, on the application of any organization or person interested, order that, the registration of the firstmentioned organization under this Act be cancelled, and thereupon the ".registration of the organization shall be cancelled. "' (4) The cancellation shall not relieve the organization or any member thereof from the obligation to comply with any award, or from any penalty or liability incurred prior to the cancellation."

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 68 -

During the pendency of any dispute or matter before the Court, no application to cancel the registration of an organization which is a party thereto shall be made or received, and no resignation of or discharge from the membership of any such organization shall have effect.

Amendment (by Mr. Reid) agreed to.

That the words " no application to cancel the registration of an organization which is a party thereto shall be made or received, and," be left out.

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 90 -

No person shall wilfully insult or disturb the Court, or interrupt the proceedings of the Court, or use any insulting language towards the Court, or by writing or speech use words calculated to improperly influence the Court or the members thereof, or any witness before the Court, or to bring the Court into disrepute, or be guilty in any manner of any wilful contempt of the Court.

Amendment (by Mr. Reid) agreed to -

That the words, " the members thereof," be omitted, with a view to insert in lieu thereof the words " any assessor."

Clause, as- amended, agreed to.

Clause 92 -

No evidence relating to any trade secret, or to the profits or financial position, of any witness or party, shall be disclosed except to the Court or published without the consent of the person entitled to the trade secret or non-disclosure.

Penalty : Five hundred pounds or three months' imprisonment.

Amendment (by Mr. Crouch) agreed to.

That the following new sub-clause be added : - " (2) All such evidence shall, if the witnessor party so requests, be taken in private."

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Schedule B -

The name of every registered organization shall contain the name of the industry in connexion with which it is established, and shall also contain the word "employers" or "employees " as the case may be.







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