LAW OF PROPERTY [STAMP DUTY, etc.].
Motion made, and Question put, That the Proceedings in Committee on Law of Property [Stamp Duty, etc.], and on the Resolution relating to National Health Insurance [Expenses] be exempted at this day's Sitting from the provisions of the Standing Order (Sittings of the House.)"— [Mr. Chamberlain.]
Stamp Duty on Certificates of Regis-Stratton of Alkali, etc., Works.
Mr James Hogge: Then there is £30 on admission and £80 stamp duty.
Receipt Stamp Duty.
Mr Daniel Somerville: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the transfer of a house value £400 costs about £15, including £5 for registration and £2 10s. Stamp Duty, whereas on the Stock Exchange you can transfer £400 worth of stock for £2.
Articled Clerks (Stamp Duties).
Mr Fredric Wise: Is it not a fact that anybody can start a bank so long as he pays the Bank Stamp Duties?
Stamp Duties (Cheques).
CLAUSE 26 (Exemption from Stamp Duty on receipts for salaries, wages, and superannuation end other like allowances) ordered to stand part of the Bill.
Stamp Duties (Transfers of Securities).
In addition to the above fees, the applicants shall pay the Stamp Duty, counsel's fees (if any), and other disbursements incurred by the Loan Commissioners in respect of the several applications.
Oral Answers to Questions — Stamp Duty Office (Telegraph Street, E.C.).
Sir Lindsay Everard: 85. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether he will take steps to make rolls of Entertainments Duty stamps available at post offices in those large towns which have no stamp office?
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.
Mr Ronald McNeill: I can add nothing to the reply which I gave the hon. Member on the 11th November last on a question relating to the Receipt Stamp Duty.
Mr William Wright: ...the Secretary for Mines the number of companies that have amalgamated under The Mining Industry Act, 1926: the districts where they are situated; and the amount saved to the companies in respect of stamp duties?
Mr Winston Churchill: The net receipt in Great Britain of stamp duty from cheques was, for the year 1913–14, £1,225,200, and for the year 1925–26, £3,421,684.
Commissioners of Crown Lands (Stamp Duty).