§ Mr. MASTERMAN
During the first quarter 152,269,670 health insurance stamps were sold, amounting in value to £4,128,860. In addition, arrangements had been made by quarterly payments and through the Labour Exchanges, representing another 16,844,382 weekly payments, making a total for the quarter of 169,114,052, or a weekly average of 13,008,773.
Can the right hon. Gentleman tell how many of those stamps were bought and kept as curiosities?