§ 84. Sir ERNEST LAMB
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer, in view of the fact that the following directions to surveyors of taxes are in operation, namely, that where the Commissioners are willing that clerks, travellers, warehousemen, and other persons employed in a similar sub ordinate capacity by limited liability companies should be assessed on an average of the three preceding years no objection should be offered by the surveyor, whether he will also arrange for such average to be allowed to persons in receipt of pay from public funds who are employed in a similar subordinate capacity?
§ Mr. McKENNA
I see no reason for any alteration in the law under which persons in receipt of emoluments from public funds are now assessed.