14. Mr. D. WHITE
asked the Postmaster-General whether, in exercising the right of free postage conferred by Section 33 of the Representation of the People Act, 1918, a candidate is entitled, besides setting out on the envelope the name and address of the addressee and the words "Election Communication," to add "with his compliments," or words to that effect?
§ 15. Mr. WATT
asked the Postmaster-General whether, if, in addition to the free postage to which a candidate is entitled under Section 33 of the Representation of the People Act, 1918, a candidate sends out a second postage containing a printed or mechanically-reproduced letter with a polling card indicating to the particular voter his or her number on the register and polling place, these enclosures may be sent by open ½d. post or whether the postal rate will be 1½d.?
§ Mr. PEASE
A polling card printed in ordinary characters with blanks for the voter's number and polling place is transmissible at the printed paper rate of ½d. for 1 oz. if sent in an unsealed packet. Cards accompanied by communications, printed in imitation of typewriting or reproduced from a typewritten original, are also transmissible at the 3098 printed paper rate if handed in specially at a post office as explained at page 12 of the "Post Office Guide," and if the communications contain no blanks to be filled up.