It is not altogether a question of possibility. Perhaps the hon. gentleman
Motions jor Papers
will look at the motion. In connection with income tax collections from the city of Toronto, for example, it would be necessary to examine long lists of income taxpayers to ascertain whether or not they were residents of Toronto, and then reckon up the total amount of taxes paid by them. This is a task which a department of government should not be asked to undertake. The same applies, only in much greater degree I should say, 'o customs and excise.
Subtopic: TORONTO-FEDERAL REVENUE AND FEDERAL EXPENDITURES