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Haulage of Farm Produce Limited

11th May 1951, Page 35
11th May 1951
Page 35
Page 35, 11th May 1951 — Haulage of Farm Produce Limited
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

A CURIOUS condition which appears to prohibit the carriage of return loads, is being imposed by the Yorkshire Licensing Authority on the 11 licences of operators transporting agricultural produce.

When a B licence containing the condition "agricultural produce" comes up for renewal, he is requiring that work in this connection shall be limited to the "collection from the land of a person engaged in agriculture within a radius of — miles of — of produze grown by that person for delivery within a radius of — miles of If hauliers have been handling agricultural traffic other than that specified in the new definition, the goods carried and the circumstances of their haulage must be listed precisely. There appears to be no suggestion that the Licensing Authority will refuse to allow that other work to be continued, but he demands that it shall be specifically defined.

By itself, the new condition rArev exit s the collection of, for instance. feeding stuffs from railheads or warehouse for delivery 10 a farmer, either as an outward or return load.

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