§ (12.9.) MR. CHANNING (Northampton, E.)
I should like to ask the right hon. Gentleman whether he is prepared to accept the Return in the form in which I move it, in order to give the Select Committee the data on which, the Railway Servants found their case for a 10 hours' day. Will the right hon. Gentleman consent to the Return with any modifications that may be thought desirable?
§ (12.10.) SIR M. HICKS BEACH
The Returns have been made since 1888 in a certain form, and I propose to present to the House shortly further Returns for November, 1890, in the old form, adding the two last columns of the hon. Member's form with regard to overtime. I do not think it would be advisable to grant the Return in the form in which the hon. Member has moved it. It relates to certain classes of servants whose employment has nothing whatever to do with the safety of the public, and would raise new issues altogether in this matter. If, when the Committee has been appointed, it should desire information with re
|TRUSTEE SAVINGS BANKS.|
|"In the following form, from each Trustee Savings Bank in the United Kingdom, showing the whole of the transactions which took place in the year ended the 20th day of November 1890, so far as regards moneys placed in the hands of the Trustees of such Savings Banks for investment other than with the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, pursuant to the 16th section of the Act, 26 and 27 Vic. c. 87; also showing, at the 20th day of November 1890, the liability of the Trustees of such Savings Banks to Depositors in respect of moneys received for investment pursuant to the said 16th section of the Act 26 and 27 Vic. c, 87, and the nature and amount, in detail, of all assets, including the reserve fund (if any) held to meet the same:—|
|Return of Transactions pursuant to the 16th section of the Act 26 and 27 Vic. C. 87 and the Rule of the Saving Bank.|
|Uninvested Balance in hands of the Treasurer at 20th November 1889||£.||s.||d.|
|Sums received form Depositors for Investment in the year ended 20th November 1890|
|Interest received from Investments in the year ended 20th November 1890|
|Sums received for Securities Sold or Paid off in the year ended 20th November 1890, viz.:—|
|Amount||Nature of Security||Sums Received|
|Other Receipts (in detail)|
§ gard to work over 10 hours a day, then I should be perfectly willing to call upon the Railway Companies to furnish it. So far, Parliament has only asked for Returns over 12 hours a day. Therefore, I cannot agree at present to the form of the hon. Member.
§ MR. CHANNING
These Returns take a long time in preparation, and several weeks will be lost if they are not proceeded with at once.
§ Motion, by leave, withdrawn579
|Sums paid to Depositors in respect of Investment in year ended 20th November 1890|
|Sums paid to Depositors for Interest on Investments in year ended 20th November 1890|
|Sums paid for management|
|Sums paid for Commission on Purchases and Sales of Securities, year ended 20th November 1890|
|Sums paid for Securities Bought in the year ended 20th November 1890, viz.:—|
|Amount||Nature of Security||Sums Paid|
|Uninvested Balance in the hands of the Treasurer at the 20th November 1890|
|Liability to Depositors at the 20th day of November 1890, in respect of Moneys received for Investment pursuant to the 16th Section of the Act 26 and 27 Vic. c. 87||£|
|Nature and Amount, in detail, of all Assets, including the Reserve Fund (if any) held to meet above Liability to Depositors, pursuant to the 16 Section of the Act 26 and 27 Vic. c. 87:—|
|Nature of Assets.||Amount of Assets.|
|Uninvested Balance in Treasurer's Hands|
§ House adjourned at a quarter after Twelve o'clock.