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Another Amendment proposed, in page 1, line 20, after the word “Department,” to insert the words “and where facilities for secondary education for several parishes are already provided at one centre such parishes shall, if required by the Department, combine for its management and support on such lines as, failing their

agreement, the Department shall determine”—(Mr. Munro Ferguson).

proposed, “That those words be there inserted.”

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Question

Another Amendment proposed, in page 1, line 26, to leave out the words “except

as hereinafter provided”—(Mr. Cochrane).—Question

posed to be left out stand part of the clause.”

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

proposed, “That the words pro

[Adjourned till Wednesday next at twelve o'clock.

Wednesday, 20th May, 1908.

Sir WILLIAM Hol.I.AND in the Chair.

Mr. Ainsworth.
Sir William Anson.
Major Anstruther-Gray.
Mr. Robert Balfour.
Sir Frederick Banbury.
Mr. Beale.

Mr. Bell.

Mr. Boland.

Mr. Bryce.
Mr. Caldwell.
Mr. Cleland.
Mr. Cochrane.
Mr. Cameron Corbett.
Sir Henry Craik.
Mr. Cross.
Wiscount Dalrymple.
Mr. Arthur DeWar.
Sir John Dewar.
Mr. Robert Duncan.
Mr. Erskine. -
Mr. Esslemont.
Mr. Munro Ferguson.
Mr. Findlay.
Sir Thomas Glen-Coats.
Mr. Henry Gooch.
Mr. Gulland.
Mr. Robert Harcourt.

Mr. Jeicester Harmsworth.

Mr. John Henderson.
Mr. James Hope.
Sir John Jardine.
Mr. Laidlaw.

MEMBERS PRESENT :

Mr. Lamont.
Mr. Murray Macdonald.
Mr. Ramsay Macdonald.
Mr. Jeremiah MacVeagh.
Mr. M'Callum.
Mr. M'Crae.
Mr. Menzies.
Mr. Molteno.
Mr. Morton.
Captain Murray.
Mr. James Murray.
Mr. Pirie.
Mr. Charles Price.
Sir Robert Pullar.
Earl of Ronaldshay.
Sir Edward Sassoon.
Mr. Sinclair.
Mr. Smeaton.
Mr. Halley Stewart.
Mr. Sutherland.
Mr. Tennant.
Mr. Mitchell-Thomson.
Sir Andrew Torrance.
Captain Waring.
Mr. Cathcart Wason.
Mr. Eugene Wason.
Mr. Watt.

Mr. Weir.
Mr. Dundas White.
Mr. Williamson.
Mr. Younger

EDUCATION (SCOTLAND). 9

EDUCATION (SCOTLAND) BILL.

Clause 3 further considered.

Amendment proposed, in page 1, line 26, after the word “provided,” to insert the words:

“(3) In making such arrangements as may be sanctioned by the Department for attending to the health and physical condition of the children educated in public elementary schools, provided that in any exercise of such power the school board may encourage and assist the establishment or continuance of voluntary agencies, and associate with itself representatives of voluntary associations for the purpose”

-(Mr Williamson).—Question proposed, “That those words be there inserted.”

Amendment proposed to the proposed Amendment, in lines 2 and 3, to leave out the words “public elementary,” in order to insert the words “state aided”— (Mr. Cochrane)—instead thereof.—Question proposed, “That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the proposed Amendment.”

Amendment to the proposed Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Question again proposed, “That the words ‘(3) In making such arrangements as may be sanctioned by the Department for attending to the health and physical condition of the children educated in public elementary schools, provided that in any exercise of such power the school board may encourage and assist the establishment or continuance of voluntary agencies, and associate with itself representatives of voluntary associations for the purpose be there inserted.”

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Another Amendment proposed, in page 2, line 2, to leave out from the word “ or " to the word “1906,” in line 5 (both inclusive)–(Mr. Sinclair).—Question “That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Clause,”—put, and negatived.

Another Amendment proposed, in page 2, line 7, after the first word “pupils,” to insert the words “to and from their homes”—(Mr. Lamont).—Question, “That those words be there inserted,”—put, and agreed to.

Another Amendment proposed, in page 2, line 8, to leave out from the word “provided,” to the word “pupils” in line ll (both inclusive)–(Mr. MacVeagh).— Question proposed, “That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Clause.”

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Another Amendment proposed, in page 2, line 11, after the word “otherwise,” to insert the words:

“(4) In contributing towards, or where deemed expedient providing for, the maintenance and education in homes or other institutions outwith the district of the school board (with due regard to the religious persuasion of the parents), of epileptic

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or crippled or defective children within the meaning of The Education of Defective Children (Scotland) Act, 1906, and in paying the cost of conveying such children to and from such homes or institutions”

—(Mr. Sinclair).—Question, “That those words be there inserted,”—put, and agreed to.

Another Amendment proposed, at the end of the last inserted Amendment, after the word “institutions” to insert the words:

“Provided that for the purposes of the Education (Scotland) Acts a defective or epileptic child shall be deemed to be a child until the age of sixteen years, and the period of compulsory education shall, in the case of such child, extend to sixteen years, and the attendance of such child at school may be enforced as if it were required by bye-laws made under the Education (Scotland) Acts; and any such child shall not, in accordance with such bye-laws, be entitled to total or partial exemption from the obligation to attend school”

—(Mr. Gulland).—Question proposed, “That those words be there inserted.”
Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Another Amendment proposed, in page 2, line 15, after the word “school,” to insert the words “and for supervising such employment”—Mr. Gulland).—Question proposed, “That those words be there inserted.”

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Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Amendments made, in page 2, line 16, after the word “providing,” by inserting the words “any or all of the ”—(Mr. Mitchell-Thomson); and in page 2, line 16, after the word “the,” by inserting the word “state-aided ”— (Sir Henry Craik).

Another Amendment proposed, in page 2, line 17, to leave out the words “under their management,” in order to insert the words “within their district”— (Mr. Boland)—instead thereof.—Question, “That the words proposed to be left out stand part of the Clause,”—put, and negatived.

Question, “That those words be there inserted,”—put, and agreed to.

Another Amendment proposed, in page 2, line 21, to leave out all the words after the word “paying ” to the end of Subsection (6), in order to add the words “such reasonable expenses incidental to the proper discharge of the duties of the school board as may be sanctioned by minutes of the Department laid before Parliament”— Mr. Sinclair)—instead thereof.-Question proposed, “That the words ‘the reasonable expenses incurred by any delegate or representative of the school board in attending any educational conference or otherwise acting on behalf of the board in pursuance of their instructions outwith the district of the board’ stand part of the Clause.”

[Adjourned till Monday next, at half-past eleven o'clock.

EDUCATION (scoTLAND). 11

Monday, 25th May, 1908.

MEMBERS PRESENT :

Sir WILLIAM HOLLAND in the Chair.

The Lord Advocate.
Mr. Ainsworth.
Sir William Anson.
Major Anstruther-Gray.
Mr. Robert Balfour.
Sir Frederick Banbury.
Mr. Barnes.

Mr. Beale.
Sir Arthur Bignold.
Mr. Boland.
Mr. Bryce.
Mr. Caldwell.
Mr. Cleland.
Sir Henry Craik.
Mr. Cross.
Wiscount Dalrymple.
Mr. Dalziel.
Mr. Arthur Dewar.
Sir John DeWar.
Mr. Robert Duncan.
Mr. Erskine.
Mr. Esslemont.
Mr. Munro Ferguson.
Mr. Findlay.
Sir Thomas Glen-Coats.
Mr. Henry Gooch.
Mr. Gulland.
Mr. Robert Harcourt.

Mr. Leicester Harmsworth.

Mr. John Henderson.

Mr. James Hope.
Sir John Jardine.
Mr. Lamont.
Mr. Murray Macdonald.
Mr. Ramsay Macdonald.
Mr. Jeremiah MacVeagh.
Mr. M'Crae.
Mr. Menzies.
Mr. Molteno.
Mr. Morton.
Captain Murray.
Mr. James Murray.
Sir Robert Pullar.
Earl of Ronaldshay.
Mr. Sinclair.
Mr. Smeaton.
Mr. Halley Stewart.
Mr. Solicitor-General for Scotland.
Mr. Sutherland.
Mr. Tennant.
Mr. Mitchell-Thomson.
Sir Andrew Torrance.
Sir John Batty Tuke.
Captain Waring.
Mr. Cathcart Wason.
Mr. Eugene Wason.
Mr. Watt.
Mr. Dundas White.
Mr. Williamson.
Mr. Younger.

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