HC Deb 09 October 1912 vol 42 c334
41. Mr. DENMAN

asked how many insurance stamps of each different value have been sold up to the last date for which such information is available; and what is the total amount of money so collected?


Up to 28th September, namely, for the first eleven weeks, 120,142,350 health insurance stamps had been sold, amounting to a total value of £3,257,230. In addition arrangements had been made by quarterly payments and through the Labour Exchanges, representing another 14,206,098 weekly payments, making a total for the eleven weeks of 134,348,448. I am circulating details of the sales of the stamps of each denomination.

[See Written Answers this date.]