§ Sir H. NIELD
asked the Attorney-General what sums have been paid or are 1128W due in respect of the costs incurred in the case of the Cannon Brewery Company v. the Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic), during the various stages of the litigation, namely, in the High Court of Justice, the Court of Appeal, and the House of Lords, respectively, distinguishing the sums paid to or awarded for costs to the brewery company (plaintiffs and respondent to the appeals), and paid or incurred on be half of the Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic) (defendants and appellants)?
§ Sir GORDON HEWART
I am informed that the total estimated cost is £3,700, of which £2,018 3s. 7d. has so far been paid. The taxed costs of the Cannon Brewery Company are as follows:
£ s. d. High Court of Justice … 420 2 9 Court of Appeal … 323 8 0 House of Lords … 487 19 4
The costs of the Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic) are estimated as follows:
£ s. d. High Court of Justice … 596 9 6 Court of Appeal … 572 17 2 House of Lords … 1,320 0 0