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Liquor Traffic (State Management)

Volume 236: debated on Monday 17 March 1930

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the annual profits of the State management scheme of the drink trade in Carlisle for each year since its inception?

The annual profits of the Carlisle State Management District shown in the accounts (after payment of interest on outstanding Exchequer issues) are as follow:

£
18th January, 1916, to 31st March, 191731,204
Year ended 31st March, 191876,189
Year ended 31st March, 191996,519
Year ended 31st March, 1920139,263
Year ended 31st March, 1921108,375
Year ended 31st March, 192260,616
Year ended 31st March, 192361,813
Year ended 31st March, 192468,674
Year ended 31st March, 192576,943
Year ended 31st March, 192685,722
Year ended 31st March, 192777,069
Year ended 31st March, 192868,998
Year ended 31st March, 192958,147
Total£1,009,532
The City of Carlisle is not distinguished in these accounts from the rest of the Carlisle district as defined by the Licensing Act, 1921.

other sources, in the years stated were as set out below. Sums issued from sinking fund moneys to the National Debt Commissioners for the purchase of bonds surrendered for Death Duties are included in the figures. The amounts stated are net, account having been taken of fresh borrowing in respect of the Budget deficits in 1925 and 1926: