§ Mr. GIBSON BOWLES
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he can state or give the reference to any Parliamentary Paper stating the amount of Income Tax, Death Duties, and other duties or taxes, to which property possessed by, or money standing in a bank in the name of, a British subject would be liable in the following countries, namely, France, Holland, Belgium, the United States of North America, Canada, Australia, and South Africa?
§ Sir E. GREY
With regard to the foreign countries mentioned, I have no information on the subject more recent than that which is contained in the Papers which were laid before Parliament in 1904, Miscellaneous No. 1, and in 1905, Miscellaneous No. 2. As regards that part of the question which refers to British Dominions beyond the sea, I understand that the latest information available is contained in the Papers 196 and 282 published by the House of Commons in 1905.