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Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications. (26 Chw 1919)

Mr William Joynson-Hicks: ...has given us a speech on, I think, the most powerful Ministry that it has ever been suggested to set up in this country. A single Ministry which is to control the roads, canals, railways, bridges, vehicles, and traffic regulations of this country, which I presume includes the whole of London as well, and in addition to that is going to be responsible for the supply and control of...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill.: Unified Transportation Control. (17 Maw 1919) empowered to deal with railways. It is the same when you come to roads. Supposing roads were entirely eliminated from thus Bill. I understand the Government now owns from 60,000 to 80,000 motor vehicles of 3 to 5 tons. There are two problems with regard to road traffic. Supposing the railways are owned and run by the State, could you conceive of anything worse than the short-distance...

Orders of the Day — Notices of Motion.: Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill. (18 Maw 1919)

Mr William Joynson-Hicks: the motorists themselves. Speaking for a moment as a motorist, I may say that motorists pay special taxation to this road fund of £1,250,000 per annum. I think we are now paying in taxes on vehicles and petrol some £4,000,000 per annum, and I calculate that next year, as soon as the motor transport gets into full working order, and the lorries come back from France and are sold and...

Orders of the Day — Prevention of Unemployment Bill. (21 Maw 1919)

Mr Alfred Waterson: ...of that character? By setting up the machinery contained in the Bill there is ample scope to see that certain measures shall be taken which will benefit every individual, be he clerk, road-sweeper, vehicle worker, or whatever capacity in life he may fill, so that, in one way or other there will be relief for the unemployed, just as there is for fever or tuberculosis. Strange to say,...

Government Motor Works, Cippenham. (27 Maw 1919)

Mr Winston Churchill: Machinery will be put in under the third scheme. It is contemplated that under this scheme repairing facilities should be available for the maintenance of Government vehicles of all Departments, but the matter of repairing at Slough our enormous existing stock of War Office motor lorries is not now definitely decided. It is not definitely decided whether or not we are to repair this enormous...

Orders of the Day — Electricity (Supply) Bill. (20 Tach 1919)

Mr George Balfour: ...Why have they some of the staff? Have they prejudged the action of Parliament? Did they determine whether Parliament so determines or not that they were to have in their hands the power to run the electric business of this country? Apparently so. The President of the Board of Trade said that months before he became President of the Board of Trade it was determined that this electric supply...

Orders of the Day — Electricity (Supply) Bill: Clause 11. — (Powers of District Boards in Respect of the Supply of Electricity.) (24 Tach 1919)

(1) A district electricity board shall have power to supply electricity within their district subject to the following limitations, that is to say, the board shall not supply electricity— (a) in any area which for the time being forms part of the area of supply of any authorised distributors without the consent of those distributors, except to lighting authorities, or to railway, tramway,...

Orders of the Day — Electricity (Supply) Bill.: Clause 11 — (Powers of District Electricity Boards in Respect of the Supply of Electricity.) (22 Rha 1919)

(1) A district electricity board shall have power to supply electricity within their district subject to the following limitations, that is to say, the board shall not supply electricity— (a) in any area which for the time being forms part of the area of supply of any authorised distributors without the consent of those distributors, except to railway, canal, or inland navigation companies...

Private Business. (13 Chw 1920)

"to authorise the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the borough of Lowestoft to provide and work trolley vehicles and motor omnibuses; to make further provision with regard to the supply of electricity, with regard to the health, local government, and improvement of the borough, the consolidation of the rates in the borough; and for other purposes," presented, and road the first time; and...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Transport. ( 9 Maw 1920)

Mr Arthur Neal: ...the making of grants: there is the classification of the roads of this country, which has never been attempted before and which is well in hand; there is the consideration of the regulation of road vehicles and the revision of the method of taxing and securing revenue for road purposes, also the question of the lighting of vehicles and the taking over from the Ministry of Health of the...

Navy Estimates, 1920–21. (18 Maw 1920)

Mr Robert Young: ..., whilst there is also a civilian staff. The naval staff costs £5,564 per annum and the civilian staff £4,499. The cost of dockyard labour and material, stores supplied, maintenance (including electric light and power) is £3,550 per annum, while other items bring the total approximate amount to £42,600, or an approximate cost per candidate of no less than £240 per annum. I think that...

Private Business.: London County Council (Tramways and Improvements) Bill. — [By Order.] (22 Ebr 1920)

Sir Herbert Nield: ...on the ground of expense. It seems that the London County Council has never turned its mind to the over-head trolley system, what is called the trackless trolley system, getting their power from an electric wire and yet having it attached to their vehicles in such a way that a vehicle does not run upon a definite fixed line, but is able to move about the road and accommodate itself to the...

Orders of the Day — Mechanically Propelled Vehicles. (27 Ebr 1920)

(6) Any vehicles other than those charged with duty under the foregoing provisions— Not exceeding 6 horse power or electrically propelled £6 Exceeding 6 horse power £1 for each unit or part of a unit of horse power

Orders of the Day — Income Tax.: Corporation Profits Tax. (27 Ebr 1920)

Mr Neil Maclean: ...was to wait until the Report of the Committee considering the Income Tax had been presented to the House. That Report had now been delivered, and we are here considering the taxation of motor vehicles, including vehicles not exceeding 5 cwt. in weight unladen, adapted and used for invalids, 5s., but in another part it states, any vehicles other than the foregoing, not exceeding six...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 11. — (Repeal of Customs Duties on Motor Spirit and Motor Dealers Licence Duties.) ( 6 Gor 1920)

Mr William Joynson-Hicks: ...on behalf of the whole of this very excellent Committee, and it says: We have carefully considered three possible bases of taxation, namely: (a) Taxation proportionate to user.(b) Taxation of the vehicle.(c) A combination of both principles…We consider that the taxation of motor spirit is the most practical method of charging proportionate to user … A tax on motor spirit would appear...

Orders of the Day — Second Schedule. ( 7 Gor 1920)

4. Vehicles of the following descriptions used in the course of trade otherwise than for the conveyance of goods and in agriculture (that is to say):— Locomotive ploughing engines, tractors, agricultural tractors, and other agricultural engines, not being engines or tractors used for hauling on roads any objects except their own necessary gear, threshing appliances, farming implements,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Tyneside Railways (Overcrowding). (12 Gor 1920)

Sir Eric Geddes: The railway company is handicapped by the loss through fire of 34 electric coaches. On the Benton, Wallsend and riverside route, the trains have been strengthened; shortage of stock prevents the trains on the coast route via Benton being strengthened between 5 and 6 p.m., the crowded hours. New vehicles are under construction.

Standing Orders.: 33. — (Deposit of Private Bills at Treasury and other Public Departments.) (23 Tach 1920)

(4) Of every Bill relating to railways, tramways, trolley vehicles, canals, gas, water, patents, or electric lighting, or for incorporating or giving powers to any company at the office of the Board of Trade;

Orders of the Day — Roads Bill: Clause 8. — (Amendment of s. 13 and Second Schedule of 10 & 11, Geo. 5, c. 18.) (10 Rha 1920)

Mr Joseph Johnstone: I beg to move, at the end of Sub-section (1), to insert the words, "or solely for the purposes of the tramway undertaking." It is well known that in addition to tramcars the companies run several electrically propelled vehicles entirely on the tram lines for the convenience of repair and construction, and the carrying of materials and workmen employed in connection with the tramways. These...

Private Business. (18 Chw 1921)

Wigan Corporation Bill, to empower the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the borough of Wigan to construct tramways and a public abattoir; to provide and work trolly vehicles and omnibuses and to acquire lands for street improvements; to make further provision in regard to the gas, water, electricity, markets, baths, and other undertakings of the corporation and the health, local government,...

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