§ Where a munitions tribunal dismisses any case under the principal Act or this Act, and it appears to the tribunal that the proceedings were vexatious or frivolous, the tribunal shall, unless it sees good cause for the contrary, award costs to the defendant, and the costs so awarded shall, unless cause to the contrary appears, include such sum as compensation for the expenses, trouble, and loss of time incurred in or incidental to the attendance of the defendant before the tribunal as to the tribunal may seem just and reasonable.
§ Amendments made: Leave out the word "for" ["for the contrary"], and insert instead thereof the word "to."—[Mr. King.]
§ Leave out the word "defendant" ["to the defendant"], and insert instead thereof the words "person against whom, the complaint is made."—[Mr. Lloyd George.]
§ After the word "unless" ["unless cause to the contrary"] insert the word "good."—[Mr. King.]
§ Leave out the word "defendant" "attendance of the defendant"], and insert instead thereof the words "person against whom the complaint is made."— [Mr. Lloyd George.]