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Parliament (Elections And Meeting) Money

Volume 393: debated on Wednesday 3 November 1943

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Resolution reported,

"That, for the purposes of any Act of the present Session making temporary provision as respects parliamentary elections and the registration of parliamentary electors, it is expedient to authorise—
  • (1) the payment out of moneys provided by Parliament of—
  • (a) expenses incurred by a Registrar-General of births, deaths and marriages, including certain expenses incurred and charges made by officers of certain local authorities; and
  • (b) expenses incurred by a registration officer, including—
  • (i) charges for his own services;
  • (ii) costs incurred by him as party to certain appeals;
  • (iii) expenses incurred and charges made by officers of certain local authorities or persons appointed in their stead, in and for performing duties at his request or on his requisition; and
  • (iv) in the case of a registration officer in Northern Ireland, expenses of printing for which arrangements are made by a county council; and
  • (2) the payment into the Exchequer of fees and certain other sums received by a registration officer in respect of his duties as such an officer."
  • Resolution, agreed to.