HC Deb 08 June 1893 vol 13 cc517-8
MR. RANKIN (Herefordshire, Leominster)

I beg to ask the Vice President of the Committee of Council on Education whether, under the provisions of the Technical Instruction Act of 1889, it is within the power of County Councils to give any part of the money accruing to them under the Local Taxation (Customs and Excise) Act, 1890, for the purpose of scholarships to be held at a school or college which is carried on for private profit?


It would appear that under Sub-section 1 (1) (f) of the Technical Instruction Act, the application of money accruing under the Local Taxation (Customs And Excise) Act to scholarships to be held at a school conducted for private profit, is inadmissible if any fees for the instruction of the scholar are received by that school.