HC Deb 03 July 1923 vol 166 cc269-406

As amended, further considered.


With regard to the first new Clause—(Deduction in respect of person taking charge of children for man who has divorced his wife through no fault of his own)—standing in the name of the hon. and gallant Member for Basingstoke (Sir A. Holbrook), I am afraid that it is outside the scope of the Bill. I call upon the hon. Member for Central Cardiff (Mr. Gould) to move his new Clause (Procedure on appeals before General Commissioners).


May I point out that the new Clause—(Amendment of Section 88 (3) of 5 and 6 Geo. V., c. 89)—raises a point which was not fully discussed during the Committee stage?


I had regard to that consideration. I think it ought to have been put on the Paper at an earlier date.

  1. NEW CLAUSE.—(Procedure on appeals before General Commissioners.) 495 words
  2. cc270-81
  3. CLAUSE 5.—(Reduction of duty on certain table waters.) 4,482 words
  4. cc281-93
  5. CLAUSE 6.—(Continuation of Customs duties imposed under 5 and 6 Geo. 5, c. 89.) 5,725 words, 1 division
  6. cc293-5
  7. CLAUSE 8.—(Amendment of Acts relating to illicit distillation in Northern Ireland.) 465 words
  8. c296
  9. CLAUSE 10.—(Amendments as to Income Tax on assurance companies.) 310 words
  10. cc296-7
  11. CLAUSE 11.—(Income Tax on leave pay, etc., to be chargeable under Schedule E.) 266 words
  12. cc297-9
  13. CLAUSE 17.—(Right of appeal in respect of Schedule A values and assessments for 1923–24.) 820 words
  14. cc299-300
  15. CLAUSE 18.—(Time within which assessments may be amended, additional assessments made, etc.) 406 words
  16. cc300-404
  17. CLAUSE 27.—(Repeal of s. 4 of Finance (1909–10) Act, 1910.) 42,380 words, 1 division
  18. cc405-6
  19. CLAUSE 28.—(Construction, short title, application, and repeal.) 356 words
  20. c406
  21. ADJOURNMENT. 17 words