Results 161–180 of 300 for stamp duty

Orders of the Day — National Minimum Wage (13 May 1925)

Mr John Baker: ...the ash is measured and tested in order to see that: everything is efficient as far as the mechanism is concerned, but you would not find a single point in those works showing that it was anybody's duty to keep up the physical efficiency of the workers Many years ago, I read a pamphlet written by a medical gentleman who was a member of the Barrow-in-Furness Board of guardians. In that...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 13. — (Super-tax for 1925–26.) (15 Jun 1925)

Mr John Beckett: I do not intend to join in any kind of appeal to the Chancellor of the Exchequer to think better of these duties. I am certain that any appeal of that sort is now too late. The matter has received his fullest consideration, and in spite of the objection of many Members of his own party, as evinced by their cheering, to the proposals he is making and the necessity under which he is to force...

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Mining Industry.: Industrial Courts Act Inquiry. (13 Jul 1925)

Mr Stanley Baldwin: ...Courts Act, and my right hon. Friend the Minister of Labour has set up a court accordingly. It will consist of— The Right Hon. II. P. Macmillan (Chairman).Mr. W. Sherwood, andSir Josiah Stamp. The terms of reference will be. "To inquire into the causes and circumstances of the dispute in the coal mining industry." I hope that it will be possible to make arrangements for the Court to...

Orders of the Day — Supply. (20 Jul 1925)

Mr John Hayes: ...lose, a wife and children to think of, and this man, like a good many more, would be jolly glad if nothing incriminating were found, if he got away with a whole skin, and if he was able to resume duty without a stain on his character. However, the officers did not accept his offer to search the house under those conditions. The man was detained in the room, and two officers proceeded to...

Orders of the Day — Contributorypensionsbill. (22 Jul 1925)

Sir Kingsley Wood: ..., whilst undoubtedly normally the test as to whether a person is insured or not, is not the only test that is left. Any employed person remains an insured person so long as there is one stamp on his card in each year. When an approved society does not receive a stamped card from the man, it is the duty of the society, in the first place, to ascertain why the stamped card is missing....

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Home Office. (28 Jul 1925)

Mr William Joynson-Hicks: ...know. I should like to say further that the factory inspectors as they go about do call the attention of the local authorities to any dangerous buildings which they may see in the course of their duties. I wonder whether the House will spare me one or two minutes in dealing with accidents: and may I be allowed to refer to the National Safety First Association, which they will find referred...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Air Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1925–26. (4 Aug 1925)

Mr John Gilmour: If a man is on specific point duty his duty is to attend to that. If anyone comes up and asks him a question, he can refer the questioner to the office. If a constable is doing a particular job of directing traffic, whether in London or elsewhere, that is a matter of discipline, for the chief constable and not for me. Then there is the question of notepaper. The notepaper is supplied in the...

Orders of the Day — Coal Mining Industry, Temporary Subvention.: Coal Mining Industry Subvention. (6 Aug 1925)

Mr Stanley Baldwin: .... The Court of Inquiry was set up under the Industrial Courts Act, 1919. Mr. MacMillan, a distinguished Counsel, was appointed President, and he had the assistance of Mr. Sherwood and Sir Josiah Stamp. Their terms of reference were to inquire into the causes and circumtances of the dispute in the coal mining industry. The Miners' Federation decided to take no part in the proceedings of the...

Orders of the Day — Tithe Bill. (19 Nov 1925)

Sir Rhys Morris: ...are vested in Queen Anne's Bounty by virtue of this Act, and which shall be deemed to come within the provisions of Section 36 of the Finance Act, 1924. That Section 36 relates to exemption from stamp duty on receipt for salaries, wages, superannuation, and other like allowances. I fail to see why those concerned here should be relieved from the obligation to stamp their receipts, while at...

Orders of the Day — First Schedule. (15 Dec 1925)

Mrs Mabel Philipson: ...me to plead for them for the safeguarding of that industry. They came to me, and said that, whereas their people had been employed in the industry, now a certain section of them were kept on to stamp foreign-made gloves with buttons when they were quite capable of making those gloves themselves. I am only pleading on behalf of the workers. They do not want the dole. They just want work in...

Orders of the Day — Safeguarding of Industries (Customs Duties) Bill. (16 Dec 1925)

Mr Samuel Viant: ...unions. The result has been that we have levelled up the conditions abroad, and now we have an understanding between the organised workers in those countries and our own trade unions by which a stamp is placed upon the joinery made in those countries, and it is recognised by our trade unions. These articles are now being made under fairer trade union conditions, and this has been brought...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. (16 Feb 1926)

Commander Hon. Joseph Kenworthy: ...be a contribution to the landlords, but I would like to ask the Minister of Agriculture if he is going to see that the landlord carries out the regulations applying to land and also carries out his duties as a landlord. Is the landlord going to have a present made to him of the enhanced value of the land through the drainage, or is it going to accrue to the State? Are the landowners whose...

Oral Answers to Questions — County Courts (Stamped Receipts). (16 Mar 1926)

Mr Ellis Nuttall: 61. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether his attention has been called to the practice of the County Courts of requiring a stamped receipt in respect of every sum of £2 or upwards paid out of court to a suitor, even if several such payments are made to the same suitor at the same time; and if he can see his way to arrange for any moneys received through the County Courts to be...

Orders of the Day — Heritage of the Minority. (30 Mar 1926)

Mr Thomas Griffiths: ...by law to provide for health, for unemployment, for old age pensions, and for widows' and orphans' pensions. It is estimated that the national income of the country, according to Sir Josiah Stamp—I believe the Parliamentary Secretary will take him as an authority—is something over £2,000,000,000 per annum, and in order to develop my argument I will call this a pool where the different...

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Report [13TH April]. (14 Apr 1926)

Mr Dennis Herbert: ...levied for the purpose of bringing money into the National Exchequer by means of taxes, and the levying of fees for the purpose of some particular expenses. These fees ought to be equivalent to the stamp duties which are charged for post office purposes, in order to pay expenses. They should he on the same lines as the other fees which are charged in all Courts of Justice in this country,...

Orders of the Day — Economy (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill.: Clause 11. — (Amendment as to stamping of ballot papers with official mark.) (19 Apr 1926)

Sir Henry Slesser: I beg to move, in page 9, line 9, to leave out the words "stamped or." Clause 11 seeks to alter the law in regard to official marks on ballot papers, and I understand the Home Secretary is even more rigid in regard to Clause 11 than he was on Clause 10. Yet I have an objection, which I think many hon. Members share, to allowing another place to direct the ultimate form of a Bill dealing with...

Orders of the Day — Moneylenders Bill. (23 Apr 1926)

Mr Cyril Atkinson: ...in the long run will have to pay. With reference to the first Clause, where it is provided that a licence has to be obtained for every place in which a business is carried on, with a fee or duty of £15 in respect of every licence, to one of these companies that means that they will have to pay £675 licence duty. That seems to me somewhat vindictive, but I am not so concerned with the...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Continuation of Duty on Tea. (26 Apr 1926)

Mr John Remer: May I point out that if there are these transactions on the Stock Exchange, there is a Stamp Duty put on them.

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Amendment of Law. (27 Apr 1926)

Mr Frederick Pethick-Lawrence: ...the road fund he is dealing a blow at the material capital which goes to build up the prosperity of the country. The next sub-division of the right hon. Gentleman's proposals are the Protective Duties which he has introduced in various forms. He made a very interesting admission with regard to the Silk Duties. He said: It is, however, my duty to admit that while the cost to the consumer...


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