§ 24. Mr. DAGGAR
asked the Secretary for Mines the sums paid by British coal mines in rents, royalties, and way-leaves in 1935?
§ Captain CROOKSHANK
During the year 1935, the estimated amount paid by colliery owners in Great Britain in royalties and wayleaves, including the rental value of freehold minerals where worked by the proprietors, was £4,990,000.