67. Mr. CHANCELLOR
asked the Post master-General whether, under the new Regulations, commercial papers, e.g., invoices, statements, credit notes, advices, etc., which are partly printed and partly written will be allowed postage at the 967 halfpenny rate when enclosed in unsealed envelopes; and whether, if printed on cardboard and filled in on one side and addressed on the other, they will be carried for one halfpenny without being enclosed in an envelope?
§ The ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL (Mr. Pike Pease)
The alterations in the postal rates to be introduced on the 3rd June involve no change in the conditions under which printed or partly printed documents may be sent at the inland book rate, which will in future be known as the inland printed paper rate. A card complying with these conditions need not be enclosed in an envelope.