HC Deb 15 March 1920 vol 126 cc1869-983

[Mr. WHITLEY in the Chair.]

Motion made, and Question proposed, "That a sum, not exceeding £241,040,000, be granted to His Majesty, on account, for or towards defraying the, Charges for the following Civil Services and Revenue Departments for the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1921, namely:—

Civil Services.
Class II.
Board of Trade 1,350,000
Food Ministry 850,000
Class I.
Royal Palaces 30,000
Osborne 7,000
Royal Parks and Pleasure Gardens 100,000
Houses of Parliament Buildings 40,000
Miscellaneous Legal Buildings, Great Britain 30,000
Art and Science Buildings, Great Britain 60,000
Diplomatic and Consular Buildings 60,000
Revenue Buildings 700,000
Employment Exchange and Insurance Buildings, Great Britain (including Ministries of Labour and Health) 1,250,000
Public Buildings, Great Britain 2,030,000
Whitehall Cenotaph 6,000
Surveys of the United Kingdom 140,000
Harbours under the Ministry of Transport 40,000
Peterhead Harbour 10,000
Rates on Government Property 900,000
Public Works and Buildings, Ireland 200,000
Railways, Ireland 15,000
  1. HIGH PRICES. 46,086 words, 1 division
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