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No. 1598.

EXAMINATION OF JOSEPH O'REILLY, I.S.O.

IN THE PRIVY COUNCIL.

IN THE MATTER OF THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN THE DOMINION OF CANADA AND THE COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND IN THE
LABRADOR PENINSULA.

Newfoundland.
Central District,
St. John's, S.S.

The examination of JOSEPH O'REILLY, I.S.O., who upon his Oath saith :—

I am Assessor of Taxation under the Business Profits and Income Tax Acts for the Colony of Newfoundland.
The Governor and company of Adventurers of England trading into Hudson's Bay, and known as the Hudson Bay Company, furnished to the Newfoundland Government, under the Business Profits Tax Act, their General Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Account for the years from 1917 to 1920 inclusive, showing the profits derived from the following agencies :—

At St. John's, Newfoundland.
Rigolet, Labrador.
North West River, Labrador.J. O'R.
Davis Inlet, Labrador.
Cartwright, Labrador,

and paid to the Newfoundland Government the Business Profits Tax.
From January 1st, 1921, to December 31st, 1924, the same procedure was adopted by the Company, that is, the furnishing of statements and the paying to the Newfoundland Government Income Tax computed on profits earned at the before mentioned Agencies.
(Sgd.)JOSEPH O'REILLY.
Sworn before me this
11th day of June, 1926.

ROBERT ALSOP,
Commissioner Court of Newfoundland.

[1927lab]


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