Results 4681–4700 of 5000 for stamp duty

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Inland Revenue Receipts. (19 Apr 1920)

Turning to the Inland Revenue, the receipts from that source show yields in excess of my Budget Estimate under every important head except Excess Profits Duty. The Income-tax and Super-tax realised £5,000,000 above the Estimate, principally owing to the very high level of profits in 1918–19. The Death Duties were estimated to produce £33,500,000 in view of the increase which I made in...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Customs and Excise. (19 Apr 1920)

Mr Frederick Banbury: ...pay what I venture to say—I know it is unpopular to say it, but I believe it to be absolutely true—is an exaggerated wage, which ought not to have been paid. I come to the question of the wine duties, about which I have not much to say, except that I am afraid they will not be very popular with our Allies. Then I would refer to the stamp duties. I would ask my right hon. Friend whether...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Stamps. (19 Apr 1920)

Resolved, That twopence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on receipts.

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: STOCKS, MARKETABLE SECURITIES, &c. (19 Apr 1920)

Resolved, That— (a)the stamp duties charged on conveyances or transfers of stocks and marketable securities, whether on sale or whether by way of voluntary disposition inter vivos, shall be double those now chargeable; and(b)the stamp duty charged under Section One hundred and fourteen of the Stamp Act, 1891, as extended by Section Thirty-nine of the Finance Act, 1894, and Section Five of...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Accident and Indemnity Policies. (19 Apr 1920)

Resolved, "That sixpence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on policies of insurance against accident and policies of insurance for any payment agreed to be made during the sickness of any person or during his incapacity from personal injury, or by way of indemnity against loss of or damage to any property, and that twenty-five pounds per centum shall be substituted for...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Policies of Sea Insurance. (19 Apr 1920)

Resolved, That in lieu of the stamp duties chargeable on policies of sea insurance where the premium or consideration exceeds the rate of two shillings and sixpence per cent. of the sum insured, there shall be charged the following stamp duties, that is to say:—(a) For or upon any voyage—where the sum insured— s. d. does not exceed £250 0 3 exceeds £250 but does not exceed £500...

Orders of the Day — Government of Scotland Bill. (16 Apr 1920)

Mr Joseph Johnstone: ...tax, provided that it is not substantially the same in character as an Imperial tax, subject, however, to certain limitations. The Scottish Parliament shall not have power to impose a Customs duty whether import or export, and shall not so vary a death duty as to impose the duty on the moveable property not being a leaseholder's or tenant's interest in land of any person domiciled in...

Orders of the Day — Government of Ireland Bill. (29 Mar 1920)

Sir James Macpherson: ...to two matters which I will deal with later. It may consider any questions which appear in any way to bear upon the welfare of southern and northern Ireland, and make suggestions thereon. Its first duty is to take into consideration what Irish services ought in the common interest to be administered by a general body having jurisdiction over the people of Ireland, and what transferred...

Orders of the Day — CONSOLIDATED FUND (No.1) BILL.: National Expenditure. (24 Mar 1920)

Lord Hugh Cecil: .... It is a delusion to suppose that the poor people can escape suffering under high expenditure, because the expenditure in the first instance is defrayed by taxes on the rich, in Income Tax, Death Duties, and so on You cannot enable the great body of the working classes to escape the whole burden of national expenditure merely by putting taxation first of all upon the rich. In the end,...

Navy Estimates, 1920–21. (18 Mar 1920)

Captain William Benn: ...have been trained in flight, either on planes or boats, could not be employed in conducting the coast patrol. During the War the coasts were patrolled from the Air Stations, and I think that that duty might be taken over by the Air Service altogether. A patrol of 50 miles out is a comparatively trivial thing in an aeroplane. Two men in an aeroplane would do far more than a man who was...

Orders of the Day — Turks and Constantinople. (26 Feb 1920)

Colonel Josiah Wedgwood: ...has been sprung upon us at the last moment, an agitation directed towards breaking the British word, has behind it also the peculiar religious animosity of the Middle Ages, which it should be our duty in the twentieth century to stamp out. I must say I am in a happier position than the hon. and gallant Gentleman who preceded me (Brigadier-General Surtees. He appears to have been bombarded...

Orders of the Day — Housing (Additional Powers) Bill.: Provisions as to Local Bonds. (22 Dec 1919)

3. The provisions of Section one hundred and fifteen of the Stamp Act, 1891 (which relates to composition for stamp duty), shall, with the necessary adaptations, apply in the case of any local authority by whom local bonds are issued as if those bonds were stock or funded debt of the authority within the meaning of that Section.5. The Minister may with the approval of the Treasury make...

Orders of the Day — Ireland.: Suppression of "freeman's Journal." (16 Dec 1919)

Mr T.P. O'Connor: ...the Labour Party has had some conversation with the right hon. Gentle-man— That there is crime in Ireland, crime of the sort that exists in every community and that all communities endeavour to stamp out in self-defence and as a duty, no sane person will deny. It does not lie with England— I will not read the next pasasge. Undoubtedly in England there has been a good deal of crime...

Orders of the Day — Housing (Additional Powers) Bill.: Schedule. — (Provisions as to Local Bonds.) (10 Dec 1919)

...issued in denominations of five, ten, twenty, fifty, and one hundred pounds and multiples of hundred pounds:(d) be issued for periods of not less than five years.2. Local bonds shall be exempt from stamp duty under the Stamp Act, 1891, and from the duty charged by Section eight of the Finance Act, 1899, as amended by Section ten of the Finance Act, 1907.3. The provisions of Section one...

Orders of the Day — Finance.: Revenue, 1919–20. (29 Oct 1919)

...condition and the spending power of oar people. The condition of the people is a factor of prime importance, not merely in social stability, but to the revenue itself. There is one other tax, the Stamp Duties, which has always been looked upon as a good test of the activities of business itself The Stamp Duties which were estimated to yield £12,000,000 at the time of the Budget are now...

Orders of the Day — Aliens Restriction Bill.: New Clause. — (Employment of Aliens.) (22 Oct 1919)

Mr Noel Billing: ...country. I would like to have put it even stronger, because I am afraid that even this Amendment will allow through the net a great number of the most undesirable aliens, those who are gradually stamping out the one-man businesses in this country. The one-man businesses in this country have bred a fine class of small traders, and anything that will stamp that kind of man out is not...

Orders of the Day — Land Settlement (Scotland) Bill (15 Aug 1919)

Mr Robert Munro: ...most active in the matter in many districts. This Clause transfers the existing power of county councils to parish councils, and by Amendment of the Acts of 1892 and 1894 com bines the powers and duties of both those Acts in so far as they have proved useful in their hands. Clause 15 shortens and simplifies the compulsory acquisition of land for allotments, whether by way of purchase or...

Orders of the Day — CONSOLIDATED FUND (No. 2) BILL. (7 Aug 1919)

Colonel Josiah Wedgwood: ...to get concessions for himself. The only thing that he can think of is to carry on in the old way. It is because we are so stupid and do not think of those sort of things but still try to do our duty that we have got such an extraordinarily good name in all those countries. If we had some of our men in Vienna or in Buda Pesth we should, at any rate, give some sort of guarantee, not only...


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