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  • Clause 19. — (Powers of Taxation.) (29 speeches)

    (1) The power of the Parliaments of Southern Ireland and Northern Ireland to make laws shall include power to make laws with respect to the imposing, charging, levying, and collection of taxes...

  • Clause 20. — (Reserved Taxes.) (2 speeches)

    (1) The imposing, charging, levying, and collection of customs duties and of excise duties on articles manufactured and produced and the granting of customs and excise drawbacks and allowances,...

  • Clause 21. — (Irish contribution to Imperial expenditure.) (2 speeches)

    (1) Ireland shall in each year make a contribution towards the Imperial liabilities and expenditure mentioned in the Third Schedule to this Act.(2) The amount of the contribution shall in each...

  • Clause 22. — (Irish residuary share of reserved taxes.) (6 speeches)

    (1) There shall in respect of each year be charged on and paid out of the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom to the Exchequers of Southern Ireland and Northern Ireland a sum equal to the...

  • Clause 23. — (Power of levying surtax in addition to or granting relief from income Tax and Super-tax.) (16 speeches)

    (1) The Parliament of Southern Ireland or of Northern Ireland shall have power either to impose an additional Income Tax or Super-tax (hereinafter referred to as a surtax) on individuals resident...

  • Clause 24. — (Provisions as to land purchase annuities.)

    (1) Purchase annuities payable in respect of land situate in Southern Ireland and Northern Ireland respectively, shall be collected by the governments of Southern Ireland and Northern Ireland,...

  • Clause 26. — (Provisions against double Death Duties.)

    (1) Whore the Commissioners of Inland Revenue are satisfied that estate duty or any duty in the nature of estate duty is payable in Southern Ireland or Northern Ireland by reason of a death in...

  • Clause 32. — (Temporary provisions as to payments into and out of the Irish Exchequer.) (4 speeches)

    (1) There shall be charged on the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom or the growing produce thereof and as soon as may be after the appointed day paid thereout to each of the Exchequers of...

  • Clause 33. — (Provisions applicable after date of Irish Union.)

    (1) As from the end of the financial year in which the date of Irish Union falls, the foregoing financial provisions shall have effect, subject to the following modifications:—(a) There...

  • Clause 40. — (Constitution and officers of High Court of Appeal for Ireland.)

    (1) The High Court of Appeal for Ireland shall be constituted of the following ex-officio judges, that is to say, the Lord Chancellor of Ireland, who shall be president of the court, the Lord...

  • New Clause. — (Taking the Oath of Allegiance by candidates at elections.) (3 speeches)

    (1) A candidate at an election of Members for the Parliament of Southern Ireland or Northern Ireland shall, during the time during which nominations may be received, take and prescribe before the...

  • New Clause. — (Provisions applicable in are of either House of Commons not being properly constituted.) (5 speeches)

    (1) If the Lord Lieutenant certifies that the number of Members of the House of Commons of Southern Ireland or Northern Ireland validly returned at the first election of Members of the Parliament...

  • New Clause. — (Provisions as to the Bank of Ireland.) (1 speech)

    (1) If the Government of Southern Ireland signify their desire to acquire for the use of the Parliament of Southern Ireland the premises (hereinafter referred to as "the bank premises ") of the...

  • New Clause. — (Provisions as to clerks of the Crown and Peace.) (8 speeches)

    A clerk of the Crown and Peace may with the sanction of the Lord Chancellor exchange office with any other clerk of the Crown and Peace on such terms as to their respective salaries and pensions,...

  • New Clause. — (Provisions as to superannuation, etc., of existing officers.) (8 speeches)

    Notwithstanding anything in this Act contained, the provisions of Section 8 of The Local Government (Ireland) Act, 1919, relating to the protection of existing officers of local authorities,...

  • New Clause. — (Provisions as to existing officers of local authorities.) (8 speeches)

    No law made by the Parliament of Southern Ireland or the Parliament of Northern Ireland or, after the date of Irish union, by the Parliament of Ireland shall have effect so as to prejudice or...