Canlyniadau 61–80 o 162 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Donald Kaberry

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Royal Commission (18 Tach 1965)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Would it not be better to have a comprehensive inquiry of this kind in public where all up-to-date views can be presented? Has the Secretary of State anything to hide on this matter?

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Relations: Nigeria (Dr. Victor Allen) (30 Maw 1965)

Mr Donald Kaberry: asked the Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations if he is aware that Mr. V. L. Allen, a British citizen of Leeds, who was arrested on 16th June, 1964, in Lagos, found guilty on 10th November, 1964, after lengthy trial, sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment on three charges of sedition against the Nigerian Government and who has appealed, is still waiting to have his appeal heard but...

Orders of the Day — SPRAY IRRIGATION (SCOTLAND) BILL [Lords]: Clause 3. — (Special Provisions as to Records in Certain Cases.) (20 Gor 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I beg to move, That this House doth agree with the Lords in the said Amendment. I think it unnecessary to go at great length into this Lords Amendment. Its effect is to exempt the application of Clause 2(4) to the dealer who has no store and who is not an exempted itinerant collector, and to require him instead to enter the required particulars in his book as soon as practicable.

Orders of the Day — SPRAY IRRIGATION (SCOTLAND) BILL [Lords]: Clause 3. — (Special Provisions as to Records in Certain Cases.) (20 Gor 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I beg to move, That this House doth agree with the Lords in the said Amendment. The effect is to extend the provisions of Clause 2, subject to the modifications set out in the Lords Amendment, to cases where the dealer who has a store receives scrap metal for the purposes of his business otherwise than at the store. I think the Lords Amendments sets out the purposes for which it is made.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: New Clause No. 11. — (Distribution of Assets of Body Corporate Carrying on Mutual Business.) (30 Meh 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: In Committee, I had the honour and pleasure of moving an Amendment to what was then Clause 19 of the Bill on behalf of a number of clubs. I declared a specific interest because I happened to be chairman of an organisation, a company limited by guarantee under the Companies Acts, known as the Association of Conservative Clubs Ltd. The Amendment sought to remove doubts which existed in the...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: New Clause No. 11. — (Distribution of Assets of Body Corporate Carrying on Mutual Business.) (30 Meh 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Be that as it may, I do not know where Halsbury creeps into the Association of Conservative Clubs. Likewise, I think there is a fundamental error in the Amendment, because it requires exception to be made for clubs or industrial provident societies the rules of which have been approved through a number of defined bodies including the Working Men's Club and Institute Union Ltd., Association...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 19. — (Companies Doing "mutual" Business.) ( 4 Meh 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I beg to move Amendment No. 31, in page 21, line 8, at the end to insert: (2) This section shall not apply to any social club, society or association whether unincorporated or incorporated which amongst other things provides food, drink and other amenities to its members for purposes other than private gain or to any association of such clubs whether incorporated or un-incorporated.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 19. — (Companies Doing "mutual" Business.) ( 4 Meh 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: My Amendment is intended to clarify the position about mutual trading so far as it may relate to clubs. When the Financial Secretary moved the Second Reading of the Bill he referred to this matter and offered the thought that the Clause did not extend to any social or other club part of whose function was to supply food and drink and other amenities. I feel that I should tell him that the...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 19. — (Companies Doing "mutual" Business.) ( 4 Meh 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I have listened to what the Financial Secretary has said and, as I understand it, he has given a clear undertaking that he will examine the whole of the discussion which has taken place. In view of that, I beg to ask leave to withdraw the Amendment.

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 2. — (Records of Dealings.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I appreciate the motives of the hon. Member for Luton (Mr. Howie), and I recognise that in Committee his colleagues showed that they wished to make the Bill a modern and workable proposition for the control and dealing in scrap metal of scrap metal dealers, but I hope that after what I have to say the hon. Member will feel disposed to withdraw his Amendment. The object of the Bill is clearly...

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 4. — (Power for Court to Impose Additional Requirements on Con- Victed Dealers.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I beg to move, in page 6, line 39, to leave out "any offence under" and to insert: an offence under section 2 of Would it be convenient, Mr. Speaker, to take with this Amendment the Amendment in page 7, line 23, at end insert: and the court by which he is convicted may, if it thinks fit, make in relation to him a further order under that subsection".

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 4. — (Power for Court to Impose Additional Requirements on Con- Victed Dealers.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: The Clause deals with additional requirements which a court can impose upon a dealer convicted of certain offences. Most of the Clause follows upon recommendations made by a working party which, in 1955, examined all the problems associated with scrap metal dealers. Clause 5(2) substantially repeats Section 8(2) of the Old Metal Dealers Act, 1861, which is wholly repealed subsequently in...

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 4. — (Power for Court to Impose Additional Requirements on Con- Victed Dealers.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: In that event, I should like to say a word or two on the addistional point raised by the Amendment of the hon. Member for Luton (Mr. Howie) in line 40. I agree that this procedure will speed up matters, because we are all anxious to get on with this and other business which is to follow. The Amendment of the hon. Member for Luton seeks to delete the additional conviction which would make a...

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 4. — (Power for Court to Impose Additional Requirements on Con- Victed Dealers.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: If my hon. and learned Friend had had the opportunity of studying the report of the working party, he would have found that the evidence given therein is to the effect that there is at present no restriction upon anybody applying to be registered as a scrap metal dealer. The Bill does not make any such additional requirement. The evidence is fascinating, because it affects the city which the...

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 4. — (Power for Court to Impose Additional Requirements on Con- Victed Dealers.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I think that my hon. Friend refers to Clause 3 rather than to Clause 5.

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 4. — (Power for Court to Impose Additional Requirements on Con- Victed Dealers.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Perhaps I may interrupt my hon. Friend to deal with that point at once. The object of the first of my Amendments is to relieve the itinerant dealer of the heavy additional charges that could be imposed on him by the court. As the Bill comes before us this morning, an itinerant dealer who, first, does not get a receipt for any metal he sells and, secondly, does not keep that receipt for two...

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 4. — (Power for Court to Impose Additional Requirements on Con- Victed Dealers.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Does the hon. Gentleman appreciate that this is the existing law?

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 4. — (Power for Court to Impose Additional Requirements on Con- Victed Dealers.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I am happy to tell the hon. Member for Luton (Mr. Howie) that I shall be delighted to accept the Amendment in line 9. The proposal with regard to nine o'clock was a repetition of an existing law which was passed way back in 1861. However, it has been reviewed by successive Acts since then, and it was reviewed as recently as 10 or 15 years ago in certain local Acts. I gladly accept the...

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 4. — (Power for Court to Impose Additional Requirements on Con- Victed Dealers.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I beg to move, That the Bill be now read the Third time. The Bill resulted from the findings of the working party which was established to look into the law and practice relating to the sale of old metals and the control of dealers in old metals. In effect, it repeals, in part or in whole, six public Acts, the most ancient of which has been in operation since 1861, and, in part, it repeals...


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