Canlyniadau 61–80 o 1250 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Moss Turner-Samuels

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 20. — (Individual Enforcement by Legal Proceedings of Condi Tions as to Resale Prices.) ( 8 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: Not necessarily notice given by the manufacturer; notice acquired by anyone.

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 20. — (Individual Enforcement by Legal Proceedings of Condi Tions as to Resale Prices.) ( 8 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: Would the right hon. Gentleman say whether the Clause, to which this Amendment applies, really catches dividend or merely gives power to enforce by legal proceedings conditions as to retail prices?

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 20. — (Individual Enforcement by Legal Proceedings of Condi Tions as to Resale Prices.) ( 8 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I am sure that there is a good deal of misapprehension, both about the effect of the Bill in general, and about this Clause in particular, in relation to the question of Co-operative societies' dividends. I am sure that the President will take it kindly when I say that I think the misapprehension has arisen because the right hon. Gentleman has not made as clear as he should have done what the...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 20. — (Individual Enforcement by Legal Proceedings of Condi Tions as to Resale Prices.) ( 8 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: At the beginning of my speech I explained that I did not think the President had done justice to his case. I disagree with the view of my hon. Friend the Member for Uxbridge (Mr. Beswick) if he thinks that what the President said is correct. I think that the President ought to take steps now to correct the impression which he gave the Committee, because I am quite certain that it was a wrong...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 20. — (Individual Enforcement by Legal Proceedings of Condi Tions as to Resale Prices.) ( 8 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I am dealing with Clause 20. Clause 21 has nothing to do with this point about the payment of co-operative dividends. In these circumstances, I ask the President what he now has to say about the position, and whether he thinks my view of it is correct or not.

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 16. — (Presumption as to the Public Interest.) ( 3 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I ask the President to look at this particular paragraph again and ask himself whether it is really necessary. I do not doubt for a moment that the object he has in mind is a good one and his intention in putting in this paragraph is well meant. But I ask him to consider very carefully whether it is, in the words of the paragraph itself, reasonably necessary. This is an exemption Clause. In...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 10. — (Rectification of the Register, etc.) ( 2 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I was very sorry to hear my hon. Friend the Member for Hillsborough (Mr. G. Darling) say what he did about lawyers. It really is most extraordinary what an almost perverted delight some people seem to take in throwing jibes at lawyers. It lies ill in the mouth of any trade unionist to throw jibes at lawyers, because the influential and strong position which trade unions enjoy today is due in...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 10. — (Rectification of the Register, etc.) ( 2 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I do not think that there is any need for acerbity about this matter. I am surely entitled to reply to the strictures made upon my profession. I cannot agree for one moment with this Amendment, which seeks to substitute the Restrictive Practices Court in these particular instances for the High Court. I am sorry to have to differ from my hon. Friend the Member for Hillsborough and with my...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 12. — (Offences in Connection with Registration.) ( 2 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: Will the Parliamentary Secretary, when he replies, consider the question about failure to register and whether, within the provisions of the Bill, there is any method whereby a penalty can be imposed? While there is no direct reference to a penalty in the event of failure to register, nevertheless I am not certain that consequences to a person who defaults in registration might not follow...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 13. — (Commencement of Proceedings and Venue.) ( 2 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I should like to know where the line of demarcation is to be. What are to be the cases in which the Registrar is to intervene and what type of cases are to be directed to the Director of Public Prosecutions? I agree with what the President says as to the sense of not bringing in the Director on every matter—naturally, that would be absurd—but there should be some line of demarcation.

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 13. — (Commencement of Proceedings and Venue.) ( 2 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: A very important point is involved here which has not yet been mentioned. If this were a continuing offence, the limited period of three years might not be objectionable, but the Parliamentary Secretary made reference earlier to a period of three months, at the end of which, he said, the continuity of this offence would cease and thereupon there would be, if the practice still existed, a new...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 6. — (Excepted Agreements.) ( 1 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I hope that the President of the Board of Trade will give the Committee some solid, adequate reasons for retaining the provisions in subsection (3). I strongly support what has been said by my hon. Friend the Member for Islington, East (Mr. E. Fletcher). I cannot see why there should be any difference between articles which are the subject of a patent or a licence from a patentee and...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 6. — (Excepted Agreements.) ( 1 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: With great respect, Sir Rhys, in my humble view it does.

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 6. — (Excepted Agreements.) ( 1 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I hoped, Sir Rhys, that this would be relevant. I bow to your decision, of course, but I should like to explain why I introduced the subject. An effort is being made to exclude a certain commodity, for that is what it is so far as the end-product is concerned; whether it is a patent or not, it is a certain commodity. I am seeking to show that, whereas the Bill in its Title affects every...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 6. — (Excepted Agreements.) ( 1 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: There is one question I should like to put to the Parliamentary Secretary. He mentioned the Patent Acts and he led—I am sure he did not intend to mislead—the Committee to believe that the provisions in the Patent Acts were sufficiently embracing and comprehensive to avoid the mischief which the Bill aims at. I should, therefore, like to put this specific question to the hon. and learned...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 7. — (Classes of Agreements to Be Registered.) ( 1 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: The Committee must consider what my right hon. Friend the Member for Battersea, North (Mr. Jay) said when he moved the Amendment in connection with simultaneous registration. I understand that what the Government are seeking to do through the machinery of this Clause is to have certain classes of agreements selected by means of a system of priority, and that would mean that certain other...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 8. — (Particulars to Be Furnished for Registration.) ( 1 Mai 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I have been looking at this Clause, and, if I may say so with respect, I think we ought to be very careful about amending really for the sake of amending. It has been said that there is no obligation on anybody to register an agreement. It may be that it comes later in the Clause, but, really, this Clause is quite clear about that. What the Clause sets out to do is to say that particulars...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Rating Bill (27 Ebr 1956)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: A beautiful city.


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