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Results 141–160 of 855 for speaker:Mr Henry Cautley

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill.: Clause 1. — (Continuance of Corn Production Act, 1917.) (2 Nov 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: With that statement I entirely agree. I was only stating the general effect of the Act to show that the things are mutually interdependent, and that if one comes to an end the whole ought to come to an end. With deference, I was not explaining the whole of the Bill—far from it. Of course, if it is ruled out of Order, I cannot proceed, but I was not going to be very much longer in what I had...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill.: Clause 2. — (Amendment as to minimum price and average price.) (2 Nov 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: I desire to impress on the House that I shall not henceforth be as prominent in the discussions on the Bill as I have hitherto been. It has only happened that the Amendments I was interested in came earlier in the Bill. I should like to ask what is the object of these Commissioners consulting the Boards of Agriculture. I view this with very great suspicion. I sat on the Agricultural...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 39. — (Remission of stamp duty in respect of capital of certain companies.) (25 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: I entirely agree with what the Financial Secretary said as regards the first company. I think that company was formed on a distinct promise in regard to this matter given by the last Government, and that promise must be implemented. At the time the promise was given I understood that this company was regarded as being of an international character, and I have been a little surprised since to...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 39. — (Remission of stamp duty in respect of capital of certain companies.) (25 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: I should like to ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer two questions. First, with regard to the Imperial and International Communications, Limited, why does not that company come under the old law? Why is this special provision necessary now? The second question relates to the Bankers' Industrial Development Company. Is this company formed under the ordinary law, is there any limitation of...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 39. — (Remission of stamp duty in respect of capital of certain companies.) (25 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: I do not wish to misrepresent the right hon. Gentleman. He gave us to understand that it was in the nature of a public utility company. I have heard that it is not, in fact, a public utility company. How is it in the nature of one? Is it limited as to dividends or to not making profits? Is it not an ordinary profit-making company? If it is an ordinary profit-making company, why should it be...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 11. — (Deduction of tax.) (5 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: I should like to know what is the exact meaning of Sub-section (3). The wording is confusing.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 11. — (Deduction of tax.) (5 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: I am obliged for that explanation, and that is what I thought the Clause was intended to mean, but the hon. Gentleman did not, I think, give due weight to the words having reference to where a dividend has been deducted by reference to a standard rate of tax greater or less than the standard rate for the year in which the dividend became due. Does that mean when the dividend was earned or...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 11. — (Deduction of tax.) (5 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: In the interests of the Bill, may I suggest to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, at the end of Subsection (1), in order to make the legal phraseology right, that he should either leave out the words: and not in either case to the benefit of the person entitled to the payment., or to the security or share, at the date when the original deduction was made, or that he should add the words: except...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 7. — (Income Tax for 1930–31.) (3 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: I have an Amendment on the Order Paper of a similar character, and I should like to put this point to you. The Financial Resolution declares that in the case of Surtax—

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 7. — (Income Tax for 1930–31.) (3 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: I was speaking on the point of order.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 7. — (Income Tax for 1930–31.) (3 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: The hon. Member for Watford (Sir D. Herbert) has handed in a manuscript Amendment, but he does not desire to proceed with it if the later Amendments on the Order Paper in his name are in order. It is upon that point of Order that I desire to say one or two words.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 7. — (Income Tax for 1930–31.) (3 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: And it is upon that point that I want you to hear what I have to say on my Amendment, which appears later.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 7. — (Income Tax for 1930–31.) (3 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: There does not seem to me to be any reason whatever for the inclusion of the words to which we are objecting, and which are quite meaningless.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 7. — (Income Tax for 1930–31.) (3 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: Before the Amendment is withdrawn, I should like to ask the Attorney-General to answer this point. Section 38 of the Finance Act, 1927, on which he relies, requires that the Finance Act for the year should specify the standard rate of Income Tax, and should also specify the rate or rates for the Surtax for the particular year. Are not these words which are sought to be included in this Clause...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 8. — (Alteration of higher rates of Income Tax for 1929–30.) (3 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: On a point of Order. Is my Amendment—to leave out "1929–30" and insert "1930–31"—out of order, or is it not selected?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 8. — (Alteration of higher rates of Income Tax for 1929–30.) (3 Jun 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: I beg to move, in page 6, line 1, to leave out "1929–30," and to insert instead thereof "1930–31." This clearly raises an important point of principle. Under the Finance Act of 1929, Section 1— Income Tax for the year 1929–30"— that is, for the year expiring on 5th April this year— shall be charged at the standard rate of four shillings in the pound, and, in the case of an...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. (21 May 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: How does the middleman affect corn prices?

Orders of the Day — Hairdressers' and Barbers' Shops (Sunday Closing) Bill.: Clause 4. — (Penalties and enforcement of Act.) (16 May 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: I only rise to speak on the legal point raised by my hon. Friend the Member for Torquay (Mr. C. Williams). The insertion of the word "knowingly" here would not exempt a man, in my opinion, from an offence under this Measure should he say, "I did not know about the Act." That would be no defence at all. But where the word would be advisable, and, in fact, necessary, would be to protect an...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Companies Annual Returns. (6 May 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: 40 and 41. asked the President of the Board of Trade (1) what the legislative authority is by which companies have been permitted by the Board of Trade to escape the penalties incurred by such companies failing to furnish annual reports and balance sheets within the period required by statute; (2) whether it is owing to shortage of staff that, at the expiration of four months after the date...

Orders of the Day — Poor Prisoners' Defence Bill.: Clause 1. — (Defence of poor persons committed for trial.) (2 May 1930)

Mr Henry Cautley: The evidence given before the Committee was to the contrary.


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