§ Mr. T. JOHNSTON
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury if the s.s. "Caid," which left the River Clyde on 9th January last with a large cargo of whisky, has yet arrived at the island of St. Pierre, off the coast of Newfoundland; and if any protest has been received2586W
The matter to which my hon. Friend refers has been brought to my notice. I am looking into it and will communicate with him as soon as I am in a position to do so.
§ Mr. HOPKINSON
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what are the latest available figures showing the gross income brought under review for purposes of Income Tax; how much of that total was due to the ownership of land and other real property assessed under Schedule A; and what were the corresponding figures for the last completed year before the War?
§ Mr. SNOWDEN
The income assessed in the United Kingdom for Income Tax purposes in the years 1913–14 and 1921–22 (the latest year for which final figures are available) was as follows:
from the Newfoundland Government on the subject?
It is not known whether the vessel has yet reached the destination for which she was cleared. No protest has been received from the Newfoundland Government.