§ 6. "That, in lieu of any Excise duties now payable for motor-cars, there shall be charged, both in Great Britain and Ireland, in each year, for every motor bicycle or motor tricycle a duty of one pound, and for every other motor-car a duty at the following rates, calculated in accordance with horse-power:—
|Under 6½||Two guineas.|
|6½ but under 12||Three guineas.|
|12 but under 16||Four guineas.|
|16 but under 26||Six guineas.|
|26 but under 33||Eight guineas.|
|33 but under 40||Ten guineas.|
|40 but under 60||Twenty guineas.|
|60 and over||Forty guineas.|
§ That the duty under this Resolution shall not extend to motor - cars which are charged with duties as hackney carriages under the Customs and Inland Revenue Act, 1888, or to motor-cars which are not carriages within the meaning of that Act, and that the unit of horse-power for the purpose of the duty shall be calculated in accordance with regulations made by the Treasury for the purpose."1350
§ Resolution read a second time.
§ Question, "That this House doth agree with the Committee in the said Resolution," put, and agreed to.
§ Resolution [20th May] reported,