HC Deb 06 April 1925 vol 182 cc1855-6W

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will reconsider the question of allowing advertisements on the back of official receipts, which are liable to be destroyed owing to the fact that no attention is drawn on the back of the documents that there is more valuable matter on the front?


The practice is for the word "Advertisement" and the letters "P.T.O." to appear on the side of the form bearing the advertisement, and I think that this safeguard coupled with that of the official envelope in which the form is transmitted gives reasonable protection against the inadvertent destruction of the form.