§ 99. Sir W. Smithers
asked the Assistant Postmaster-General by what authority his Department makes charges for providing the details of the telephone calls for which the subscribers are charged.
§ Mr. Gammans
Details which enable subscribers to identify most of their trunk calls are supplied with the telephone accounts. Additional details of individual trunk calls are supplied free on request but if they are required regularly or in quantity, a small charge is made, to cover the additional clerical work involved. If a charge is to be made the subscriber is asked, before the information is furnished, to agree to pay it and his agreement is the authority to make the charge.