That during a period of five years beginning on the twenty-eighth day of April, nineteen hundred and twenty-eight, there shall be charged on the importation into Great Britain or Northern Ireland of buttons made of any material, and whether finished or unfinished, of a description commonly used for the fastening or decorating of wearing apparel or household linen, not being buttons forming part of any other article, a duty of customs of an amount equal to thirty-three and one-third per cent. of the value thereof.
§ Mr. KIRKWOOD
On a point of Order. If there are a number of us calling "No," will you not pay any attention to us? We are going to have a Division.
§ The DEPUTY-CHAIRMAN
If a sufficient number seriously call "No," I am always prepared to pay attention to them.