HC Deb 02 May 1911 vol 25 c199

asked whether the hon. Gentleman can state the address at Mountain Ash at which Mr. Morgan, the collector and assessor of taxes, was to be found every Tuesday for meeting Income Tax payers and adjusting disputed Income Tax claims, the names of the persons whose claims were so adjusted by Mr. Morgan in his office or place of call at Mountain Ash this year, and the date upon which he called upon Mr. Thomas Davies, of Teifi Villa, Aberdare Road, Mountain Ash, in respect to his disputed Income Tax form?


The assessor in question has hitherto had no fixed office at Mountain Ash, but has seen many taxpayers, both at their private addresses and at the office of the assistant overseer and elsewhere. As previously stated by my right hon. Friend, the Financial Secretary to the Treasury, an office will be taken for Mr. Morgan at the end of this month. Among the taxpayers seen by him, are Messrs. Richards, Langley, Jenkins, Morris, Edmunds, and Evans. The call referred to in the last part of the question took place in September, 1910.