Results 41–60 of 300 for stamp duty

Supply [22ND April].: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. (4 May 1920)

.... The head of every dog suspected of rabies was sent to the Laboratory and tested there, but, apart from that work, which has been, on the whole, very satisfactory, because rabies has now been stamped out of the greater Part of the country, most valuable work has been constantly done in making up serum for various diseases, and I am sure that part of the work of the Ministry is well worth...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Members of Parliament (Salaries, etc.). (8 Jun 1920)

Mr. CHAMBERLAIN: The question whether it would be possible to arrange that orders for payment to Members of this House should bear an embossed stamp would be one for the consideration of the Clerk of the Fees whose duty it would be to ensure that the appropriate deduction on account of Stamp Duty should be made from the amount of salary paid to Members. The exemption of these orders from...

Orders of the Day — War Wealth Levy. (8 Jun 1920)

Mr John Clynes: ...some reputation. A good deal of the evidence presented to the Committee was in strong support of the policy approved by the Committee, and I would like to quote to the House two statements by Dr. Stamp. He gave evidence at length before the Committee, and as a statistician and economist he commands the respect of all who may hear him, and, speaking of the method and of the effect of this...

Orders of the Day — Ecclesiastical Tithe Rent-Charge (Rates) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Partial relief of ecclesiastical tithe rentcharge farm rates.) (10 Jun 1920)

After the word "irrecoverable" insert the words "A statutory declaration made for the purpose of this Section shall be exempt from stamp duty."—[Sir A. Boscawen.]

Orders of the Day — League of Nations.: Statement by MR. Balfour. (17 Jun 1920)

Mr Thomas Shaw: ...Nations. It is perfectly true that Poland was the aggressor. It is also perfectly true that when the frontiers of Poland were closed, a statement was made that they were closed for the purpose of stamping Austrian notes with the Polish stamp, when those frontiers were closed for the purpose of deliberately preparing an attack on Russia. I was in Warsaw at the time, and was told by a fairly...

Ireland.: Maintenance of Law and Order. (22 Jun 1920)

Lieut-Colonel Wilfrid Ashley: ...own post office. What has the Government to say to that? Are they going to sit down and allow people in these islands to establish a post office of their own, with their own postmark and their own stamp? It is incredible that any Government can stand by and allow such things to go on. Take another instance. What have the Government done about the refusals of the dockers to land cargo in...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Transport.: Statement by Sir E.Geddes. (24 Jun 1920)

Sir Eric Geddes: ...posts you have to compete in the market for men. Let us see what the salaries are. Of our salaries above £1,000,the average salary is £;1,444. You have got to compare that with the same stamp of man employed in the industry of transport outside. I have taken the average of three principal railway companies. Of the salaries paid by them above £1,000 the average is £2,000. Therefore you...

Orders of the Day — Sheriffs (Ireland) [Salaries and Allowances]. (25 Jun 1920)

Mr Denis Henry: ...considerably to the taxes, for each proceeding, however small, 1s. goes to the Exchequer, and if the sum involved exceeds £5, the contribution to the Exchequer is 1s. 6d. There are further stamp duties in the case of decrees and so on, and it is very desirable in the interests of the mercantile community that these men should have a reasonable salary. I have said that, respecting the...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 26. — (Relief in Respect of Dominion Income Tax.) (7 Jul 1920)

Colonel Josiah Wedgwood: I want to enter my protest against the Stamp Duties, because they are doubling the charge for every transaction connected with stocks and shares and property generally, while leaving all charges in connection with real estate as they were. This is a direct penalisation of industry for the benefit of the landed interests. [Interruption.] I am informed that this is not the Stamp Duty, and...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 35. — (Stamp duty on marketable securities transferable by delivery, etc.) (7 Jul 1920)

Clause 35. — (Stamp duty on marketable securities transferable by delivery, etc.)

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 36. — (Stamp duty on statements as to capital of companies, &c.) (7 Jul 1920)

Clause 36. — (Stamp duty on statements as to capital of companies, &c.)

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 37. — (Stamp duty on accident and indemnity policies.) (7 Jul 1920)

Clause 37. — (Stamp duty on accident and indemnity policies.)

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 38. — (Stamp Duty on Policies of Sea Insurance.) (7 Jul 1920)

Clause 38. — (Stamp Duty on Policies of Sea Insurance.)

Second Schedule.: Documents Exempt from Stamp Duty. (9 Jul 1920)

Documents Exempt from Stamp Duty.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: Enemy Aircraft Insurance. (12 Jul 1920)

Sir Robert Horne: The total amount paid in claims for damage, under the Aircraft and Bombardment Insurance Scheme, up to 30th June, 1920, was £3,183,200, and the amount received in premiums (less refunds, stamp duty on policies, and commission allowed to insurance companies) was £14,070,400.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (12 Jul 1920)

Mr William Graham: Appeals have been addressed by hon. Members to the Labour Benches for a statement of the faith that we hold in regard to Excess Profits Duty. One hon. Member made an appeal to the Labour Members from the point of view of representative institutions in this country. No doubt there are views in regard to taxation, even on this Excess Profits Duty, which are intended to convey the impression...

Orders of the Day — Corporation Profits Tax.: Clatse 44. — (Charge of Corporation Profits Tax.) (13 Jul 1920)

Mr Alfred Waterson: ...of these people upon whom you are going to impose this tax. These people, in addition, pay their Income Tax which is due by statutory authority. You are also asking for £11,000,000 for postage and stamp duties, £17,000,000 for Supertax and Excess Profits Duty. Indirect taxation has always been the burden of the working classes of this country, but land is to go free. The land duties are...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 49. — (Repeal of Land Valves Duties.) (14 Jul 1920)

Mr Austen Chamberlain: ...propose to require to have supplied to the Valuation Department. The Valuation Department, as I have had occasion to say, has a great deal of work to do wholly unconnected with the levy of the land duty, and, accordingly, though the strength of the Department must be readjusted, and has been readjusted as the work has fallen off, and is now being, or is going to be, examined by the Select...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Reduction of duty in Ulf-case of certain transfers of stocks and marketable securities.) (14 Jul 1920)

(1) Where stock is transferred on sale to a dealer or his nominee and the transfer bears, in addition to the stamp denoting the duty, an impressed stamp (hereinafter referred to as "the supplementary stamp") denoting that it has been stamped under the provisions of this Section, the maximum duty chargeable on the transfer shall, subject to the provisions of this Section, be ten shillings:

Orders of the Day — Government of Ireland.: Vote of Censure Proposed. (20 Oct 1920)

Mr Arthur Henderson: ...and the destruction of property; and is of opinion that an independent investigation should at once be instituted into the causes, nature, and extent of reprisals on the part of those whose duty is the maintenance of law and order. It appears to me that no apology is needed from those who form the Opposition to the Government for the introduction of this Motion. It is true that by...

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