Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.

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  • Coal Mines Act. (2 speeches)

    1. asked the Secretary for Mines whether the methods of regulation introduced in the Coal Mines Act have in their experimental working shown any need of modification; and, if so, along what lines?

  • Accidents. (4 speeches)

    2. asked the Secretary for Mines the number of fatal accidents at mines under the Coal Mines Act for the year 1930, giving separate figures for surface and underground and showing how they...

  • Boys (Employment Underground). (5 speeches)

    4. asked the Secretary for Mines the latest figures of the number of boys below the age of 16 years who are at present employed and working underground in the coal mines; can he say what number...

  • Working Days. (2 speeches)

    5. asked the Secretary for Mines the average number of days worked each week by mine-workers in Great Britain during the year 1929, and the average each week during the first nine months of 1931?

  • Stocks. (6 speeches)

    6. asked the Secretary for Mines what quantity of coal was in stock on 1st April, 1st July, and 1st October, 1931, in various parts of Great Britain?

  • Nystagmus (Yorkshire). (2 speeches)

    7. asked the Secretary for Mines what statistics the Department has as to the condition of miners in Yorkshire as regards nystagmus; whether it is increasing or decreasing; and what steps are...