§ MR. HOWARD VINCENT (Sheffield, Central)
asked Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, If, having regard to the duties levied on those who give employment to indoor male servants, coachmen, grooms, stable helpers, gamekeepers, gardeners, &c., and the number now without occupation, he will consider the propriety of requiring a special "employment of foreigners' license" to be taken out by those who engage foreigners in the United Kingdom, whether in a clerical, industrial, or domestic capacity?
THE SECRETARY TO THE TREASURY (Mr. JACKSON)(who replied) (Leeds, N.)
said, his right hon. Friend did not think such a distinction could be drawn as was suggested in the Question.