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Licensing Bill [Lords]

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee D.

Licensing Bill [Lords]

eleventh sitting Thursday 8 May 2003(morning).

by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee D.

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Published by The Stationery Office in London .
Written in English


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SeriesParliamentary debates
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18690604M
ISBN 100215259173
OCLC/WorldCa320054371

First, a music and dancing licence must be in force, and second, the Justices must be satisfied that the premises are structurally adapted and bona fide used, intended to be used, for the purpose of providing music and dancing and substantial Licensing Bill [Lords] book, to which the sale of intoxicating liquor is ancillary. One restriction on copyright was a "cumbersome system" designed to prohibit unreasonably high prices for books, which limited how much authors could charge for copies. They have also to consider which decision will serve the public interests better in the long run ; to determine whether what may be called the attitude of rejection would or would not have a bad—a retarding—effect on the undoubted and growing desire of all decent citizens to see the country more temperate. In essence, the question for decision by the courts in that case was, "What constituted a bar?

I am rather Licensing Bill [Lords] book by the fact that the noble Lord who preceded me, who has a very fine legal mind, appears not to know what is common practice in public houses. Of course, this rule may have been modified. The subsection of Section 76, to which the noble Lord referred, brings the two issues of bars and special hours' certificates together. If he suspects that as soon as the Bill reaches the Statute Book—assuming it does—there will be a queue of people wanting to start a striptease programme in their clubs, could he explain to the House why they did not do it before the Law Lords gave a decision? But would they publicly range themselves on the side of temperance by throwing out the Bill?

This Bill will hardly increase the drinking of alcohol because of the characters who are going to materialise. A second set of arguments were submitted for Millar by William Blackstone on 7 June, and judgment was given on 20 April Licensing Bill [Lords] book Millar sued, and went to the Court of King's Bench to obtain an injunction and advocate perpetual copyright at common law. The subject we have been discussing today will come up in a much wider context when that Bill comes before us. For years the State has been recklessly creating an immensely valuable State monopoly, and throwing it into the hands of certain lucky traders. It may be that the right reverend Prelate will not repeat his suggestion that they might seek to divide the House on Third Reading.


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Licensing Bill [Lords] by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee D. Download PDF Ebook

Agents and authors cried foul but RH stood by its reasoning and proceeded to take several companies to court. I have seen throughout my life that bars are well-run and that the sort of people Licensing Bill [Lords] book noble Lord objects to are those to whom the publican objects.

But—and this is the crux—how can we do all that while protecting the vulnerable, the young and the wider public interest? He has made a very considerable contribution to the thinking and the work of that Board, and we therefore see his passing with the greatest distress and regret.

For the benefit of the right reverend Prelate the Bishop of London, it meant that I got tea and cakes free. This is an age in which there is a short-tage of waitresses and waiters; but, according to the Law Lords, the customers can sit down and die of starvation and thirst, yet they cannot buy a drink, or perhaps even obtain a glass of water, until a waiter comes on the scene.

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Moreover, it would apply not only to England, but to the whole of the kingdom. It was that we should leave the matter to the people of Monmouthshire to decide. When the words of Section Licensing Bill [Lords] book 5which were automatically included without comment in the Act, were put under the powerful microscope of the Law Lords' inquiry the words were found to mean something quite different from what had been accepted for 14 years.

Indeed, this exclusion goes back some time. The consumption of alcohol is not a licensable activity. However, I am well aware that the licensing legislation is Licensing Bill [Lords] book and that the Scottish legislation is in need of reform because it was I who set up the Clays on Committee to review the Scottish licensing legislation.

But the cure will come in time through offering greater facilities of enjoyment in Licensing Bill [Lords] book less pernicious war than that of intoxication.

Supposing you accept a much narrower definition of the expression "bar", supposing you assume premises in which there is a Licensing Bill [Lords] book, tables, a dance floor, and all the rest of it, in which there is a bar at one side, a bar at the other side, but in which also there is a separate room which is devoted entirely to drinking, and in relation to which nobody Licensing Bill [Lords] book conceivably say that that was not a bar—in other words, it is a bar in a very much narrowed sense—as I understand the noble Lord's Bill that bar would have to be entirely disregarded.

I was particularly struck by what the noble Baroness, Lady Phillips, said, because there there is a need for more social activities to be associated with drinking in public places, so that men do not simply go to a bar to drink and do nothing else and to try to drink as much as they can before closing time.

Amendments Nos. If his Bill finds favour with your Lordships, I cannot, of course, predict with any confidence its prospects of making progress in another place.

Member for Isle of Wight will withdraw his amendment. Select which apply to you to view the fees involved. The cure, if cure it is, for intemperance, must come by inflicting still heavier punishments for drunkenness, or it must he effected by a still more influential power, and one that is outside the control of this House.

But I happen to have had, I suppose, as good an opportunity as anybody in Wales of following the trend of Welsh public opinion in regard to all Welsh questions, and I have no doubt that not only is the preponderating feeling in Wales strongly in favour of the inclusion of Monmouthshire in Wales for the purposes of Sunday closing, but that the great majority of the people of Monmouthshire are in favour of it.

It has got nothing whatever to do with what I call the "gut" feeling of the normal "anti-licence man". It in no way interferes with the necessity for music, dancing and eating before one can have a special licence. We must bear this in mind when we consider what people outside like to do.

InThomas Noon Talfourd introduced a bill into Parliament to expand the scope of copyright. Once people have eaten they want to mix and move around, not to be pinned to a table. Before saying what I want to say, and so that my temperature can go down a few more degrees, may I join previous speakers and express the sense of sadness shared by all at the passing on of Lord Cowley.

He does not need me to tell him that anybody who intends to go to a function just to drink and to do nothing else will not be stopped because there is waiter service.Summary The role of residents under Licensing Act î ì ì ï ~ ^the Act _ is a vital check and balance in the otherwise permissive nature of the legislation.

This is clear from the s Guidance (as amended) states that one of the key aims and purposes of the legislation is to. Nov 01,  · Bills and legislation: Air Travel Organisers' Licensing Bill ; Lords Library briefing: Air Travel Organisers' Licensing Bill: Briefing for Lords Stages; What is third reading?

No changes were made to the bill at third reading. As both Houses have agreed on the text of the bill it now awaits Royal Assent when the bill will become an Act. LICENSING (AMENDMENT) BILL [H.L.] My Lords, I beg to move that this Bill be now read a second time, and I do so with some confidence for I know that one of its most important aspects will have the full sympathy of all of your Lordships, even including the noble and learned Lord on the Woolsack.

As to the background, the Licensing Act.Licensing is a pdf of reducing the risk of harm to children in licensed programs by establishing and enforcing regulations that require maintenance of minimum standards of care.

The licensing regulations consist of South Dakota Codified Laws (SDCL) and Administrative Rules of South.consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament download pdf, and by the authority of the same, as follows:— 1 Workplace charging scheme applications (1) The Secretary of State must provide by regulations made by statutory instrument for a Workplace Parking Levy licensing scheme under section The National Trade Defence Ebook organised mass ebook to protest against the Bill, including one in Hyde Park on September 27th that attracted a quarter of a million people.

The article below is part of a report of a similar demonstration in Burton. A town with much to lose, had the Bill become law.

Clause 134

"Burton and the Licensing Bill.