§ Sir G. COLLINS
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury the source and the amount of the two items of revenue, Receipts from Sundry. Loans £12,000,000 and Miscellaneous Receipts £21,500,000, on page 9 of Command Paper 89, of 1921?
The receipts from sundry loans are interest on War Loans to the Dominion Governments on the Suez Canal shares, and on various minor loans. The miscellaneous receipts include £2,400,000 from the Mint, £1,570,000 from Fee and Patent Stamps, £15,000,000 from Surplus Interest on the Currency Note Investment Account, and various smaller miscellaneous items. Details of all these receipts are shown in due course in the Annual Finance Accounts.