Licensing Statistics.

Oral Answers to Questions — The Coronation. – in the House of Commons on 12th November 1936.

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Photo of Mr Robert Young Mr Robert Young , Newton

asked the Home Secretary (1) the number of proceedings and convictions for drunkenness, respectively, in 1935 for England, and for Wales, for counties, and county boroughs, respectively, distinguishing male and female convictions, and the number of convictions reported due to methylated spirits; and whether the figures represent any increase on those of 1933 and 1934;

(2) the number of on- and off-licences and registered clubs on 1st January, 1935, in England and Wales, respectively, and the decrease in on-licences during 1935, distinguishing renewals refused, with and without compensation, and licences lapsed?

Photo of Mr John Simon Mr John Simon , Spen Valley

I would refer the hon. Member to the volume of Licensing Statistics for 1935, which is being published to-day. It contains the figures for which he asks.