HC Deb 25 July 1916 vol 84 cc1617-9

Resolutions reported,

6. "That a sum, not exceeding £54,000, be granted to His Majesty, to complete concerned with the particular case of the Irish Insurance Commissioners.


That is the case I am asking about.


The hon. Member had already spoken, and I thought he only now rose to ask a question.

Question put, "That this House doth agree with the Committee in the said Resolution."

The House divided: Ayes, 104; Noes, 23.

Division No. 41.] AYES. [9.20 p.m.
Acland, Rt. Hon. Francis Dyke Gelder, Sir W. A. Peto, Basil Edward
Ainsworth, John Stirling Gilbert, James Daniel Pollock, Ernest Murray
Ashley, Wilfrid W. Greenwood, Sir G. G. (Peterborough) Pryce-Jones, Colonel E.
Baldwin, Stanley Harmsworth, Cecil (Luton, Beds) Radford, Sir George Heynes
Barlow, Montague (Salford, South) Harris, Percy A. (Leicester, S.) Raffan, Peter Wilson
Barnes, Rt. Hon. George N. Harvey, A. G. C. (Rochdale) Rawlinson, John Frederick Peel
Barran, Rowland Hurst (Leeds, N.) Haslam, Lewis Rea, Walter Russell (Scarborough)
Bathurst, Capt. C. (Wilts, Wilton) Holme, Sir Norval Watson Rees, G. C. (Carnarvonshire, Arfon)
Beck, Arthur Cecil Henderson, Rt. Hon. Arthur (Durham) Roberts, Charles H. (Lincoln)
Bentham, George Jackson Higham, John Sharp Roberts, George H. (Norwich)
Bowerman, Rt. Hon. C. W. Hodge, John Robertson, Rt. Hon. John M.
Brace, William Hope, James Fitzalan (Sheffield) Robinson, Sidney
Bridgeman, William Clive Houston, Robert Paterson Rowlands, James
Brunner, John F. L. Howard, Hon. Geoffrey Rowntree, Arnold
Carew, C. R. S. Illingworth, Albert H. Rutherford, Watson (L'pool, W. Derby)
Cave, Rt. Hon. Sir George Jacobsen, Thomas Owen Samuel, Rt. Hon. Sir Harry (Norwood)
Chaloner, Colonel R. G. W. John, Edward Thomas Samuel, J. (Stockton-on-Tees)
Chancellor, Henry George Jones, Edgar (Merthyr Tydvil) Scott, Leslie (Liverpool, Exchange)
Collins, Sir Stephen (Lambeth) Jones, Henry Haydn (Merioneth) Smith, Sir Swire (Keighley, Yorks)
Cornwall, Sir Edwin A. Jones, Leif (Notts, Rushcliffe) Strauss, Edward A. (Southwark, West)
Cory, James Herbert (Cardiff) Lambert, Richard (Wilts, Cricklade) Thorne, G. R. (Wolverhampton)
Craig, Ernest (Cheshire, Crewe) Larmor, Sir J. Tickler, T. G.
Craig, Col. James (Down, E.) Layland-Barrett, Sir F. Watt, Henry A.
Craik, Sir Henry Levy, Sir Maurice White, J. Dundas (Glasgow, Tradeston)
Crooks, Rt. Hon. William Lloyd, George Butler (Shrewsbury) White, Sir Luke (Yorks, E. R.)
Dalrymple, Hon. H. H. M'Callum, Sir John M. Williams, Aneurin (Durham, N. W.)
Davies, Timothy (Lincs., Louth) Macmaster, Donald William, Llewelyn (Carmarthen)
Davies, Sir W. Howell (Bristol, S.) Middlebrook, Sir William Wilson, Rt. Hon. J. W. (Worcs., N.)
Denniss, E. R. B. Middlemore, John Throgmorton Wing, Thomas Edward
Dougherty, Rt. Hon. Sir J. B. Millar, James Duncan Wood, Rt. Hon. T. McKinnon (Glasgow)
Edwards, Sir Francis (Radnor) Morgan, George Hay Young, William (Perthshire, East)
Essex, Sir Richard Walter Morton, Alpheus Cleophas Younger, Sir George
Fell, Arthur Munro, Rt. Hon. Robert
Ferens, Rt. Hon. Thomas Robinson Nicholson, Sir Charles N. (Doncaster) TELLERS FOR THE AYES.—
Fletcher, John Samuel Pearce, Sir Robert (Staffs, Leek) Mr. Gulland and Lord Edmund Talbot.
Galbraith, Samuel Pease, Herbert Pike (Darlington)
Boland, John Pius Ffrench, Peter Meehan, Francis E. (Leitrim, N.)
Byles, Sir William Pollard Field, William Molloy, Michael
Byrne, Alfred Fitzpatrick, John Lalor Reddy, Michael
Cosgrave, James Hackett, John White, Patrick (Meath, North)
Crumley, Patrick Hazleton, Richard Whitty, Patrick Joseph
Davies, Ellis William (Eiffon) Jowett, Frederick William
Dawes, James Arthur Kilbride, Denis TELLERS FOR THE NOES.—
Dillon, John King, Joseph Mr. P. Meehan and Mr. Lundon.
Duffy, William J. MacNeill, J. G. Swift (Donegal, South)

the sum necessary to defray the Charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1917, for the Salaries and Expenses of the Audit Staff under the National Insurance Act, 1911."

7. "That a sum, not exceeding £275,000, be granted to His Majesty, to complete the sum necessary to defray the Charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1917, for the Payment of Grants towards the Cost of the Extension of Sanatorium Benefit to the Dependants of Insured Persons under the National Insurance Act, 1911, and of the Treatment of Tuberculosis generally."

Resolutions agreed to.