§ This Amendment is consequential upon the acceptance in Committee of new Clauses, now in the Bill as Clauses 6 and 7, dealing respectively with relief from pool betting duty—[Interruption.] I understood, Mr. Deputy Speaker, that we were now on Amendment No. 69.
Mr. Deputy Speaker
I am sorry to interrupt the hon. Gentleman. There was some question about whether I should have called the hon. Member for Bristol, West (Mr. Robert Cooke), but I understand that he does not wish to move his Amendment No. 114, in page 49, line 36, at end insert:(d) chattels not exempted from estate duty under the provisions of section 40 of the Finance Act 1930, if the condition stated in subsection (3) below is satisfied.
§ Mr. Robert Cooke (Bristol, West)
I do not intend to move my Amendment No. 114, nor No. 115, in page 49, line 37, after 'subsection (2)(b)', insert 'and in subsection (2)(d)', nor No. 116, in page 49, line 40, after 'securities', insert 'or chattels', nor No. 117, in page 49, line 41, after 'securities', insert 'or chattels'.
§ Mr. Higgins
As I was saying, Amendment No. 69 is consequential upon the acceptance in Committee of new Clauses, now in the Bill as Clauses 6 and 7, dealing, respectively, with relief from pool betting duty for payments to a charitable or sporting body which are a condition of entry in a pool betting competition and, secondly, continuation of the gaming licence duty in Scotland by reference to rateable values at pre-1971 revaluation levels.
§ The Amendment arises from the need to have these provisions within the management and enforcement responsibilities of the Commissioners of Customs and Excise, as generally set forth in the Customs and Excise Act, 1952.
§ Amendment agreed to.