HC Deb 19 April 1905 vol 145 cc587-8
MR. HERBERT SAMUEL (Yorkshire, Cleveland)

To ask Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will state, divided into the two general categories of direct taxation and indirect taxation, the several heads of the tax revenue, excluding the export duty on coal, together with the amount estimated to be received under

Indirect. Direct.
£ £
Customs 32,226,000 Excise:—
Excise:— Licences and Railway Duty 4,667,000
Beer Duty 12,919,000 Estate Duties 17,289,000
Spirit Duty 17,812,000 Stamps 8,000,000
Glucose, etc 93,000 Land Tax and House Duty 2,700,000
Income-Tax 31,000,000
Total Indirect £63,050,000 Total Direct £63,656,000

information which the hon. Member desires—

each head in the year 1905–6; and the totals receivable as direct taxation and as indirect taxation in that year.

Answered, by Mr. Austen Chamberlain.): The estimated receipts in 1905–6, under the heads of taxation classed as direct and indirect, are as follows, excluding the export duty on coal, and including the local taxation revenues—