58. Mr. CATHCART WASON
asked the Postmaster-General if he has now considered the representations made to him from all parties in the House with reference to supplying insurance stamps in the convenient form adopted by him in the case of postage stamps; and, in coming to a decision on the subject, will he take into consideration the advantage that postmasters in a small way of business will secure?
44. Mr. FREDERICK HALL (Dulwich)
asked the Postmaster-General whether he has considered the application from Members from all parts of the House for the issue of insurance stamps in book form as in the case of ½d. and 1d. stamps; if so, whether he will state whether he is prepared to grant the request; and, if so, when they will be issued to the public?
§ The POSTMASTER-GENERAL (Mr. Herbert Samuel)
I am still in communication with the National Health Insurance Joint Committee on this subject. No decision has been reached.