Mr David Adams: 38. asked the Home Secretary whether the appointment of the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police is a full time and full pay appointment; whether his attention has been drawn to the engagement of the present commissioner on inspection duties of the Royal Air Force; and whether such duties call for the special appointment of a deputy or assistant at New Scotland Yard during such times?
Mr David Adams: 44. asked the Home Secretary the number of fatal and non-fatal accidents that have occurred in the building of the Battersea power station?
Mr David Adams: 45. asked the Home Secretary if he can supply any statistics which show by verdicts given in coroners' courts in the British Isles the number of suicides caused by starvation?
Mr David Adams: 32. asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Education, if he will state the number of children receiving meals under the Feeding of School Children Act during January and February, 1933, and comparative figures for 1932, giving separate figures for the county of London?
Mr David Adams: 33. asked the Minister of Labour, having regard to the large number of old soldiers now in the ranks of the unemployed, if he will arrange for particulars of the special campaign pension to be posted in all employment exchanges?
Mr David Adams: 66. asked the Minister of Health the number of men, women, and children who have passed through casual wards in the County of London during November and December, 1932, and January, 1933, and the corresponding periods for 1931–32?
Mr David Adams: 62. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the total payments made to Northern Ireland up to 31st December, 1932; and whether the British Exchequer has any outstanding liabilities in respect of the Parliament buildings in Northern Ireland?
Mr David Adams: 32. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he was informed by the Governor of Trinidad that the area to be acquired for the purpose of a new rifle range in Trinidad was also intended to accommodate certain other public institutions; what is the nature of those institutions; and whether he has received any further communications from the local government on the subject?
Mr David Adams: 12. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies how the emigration of Palestinian arabs to other countries compares now with their pre-War emigration?
Mr David Adams: 13. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the census returns show an increase or a decrease in the arab population in those districts where most progress has been made in Jewish settlement?
Mr David Adams: 38. asked the Minister of Health if he is able to state the number of women married, single, or widowed, respectively, insured under the National Health Insurance Acts for each of the preceding five years?
Mr David Adams: 49. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he is aware that 40 Jews were employed on public works at the end of 1931 out of a total of 280 persons thus employed in Jerusalem where the Jews constitute nearly 60 per cent. of the population, and that at the same date 35 Jews out of a total of 480 workpeople were employed in the northern district; and whether he will take steps to...
Mr David Adams: 17. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether Jewish and Arab trade unionists are represented on the labour legislation commission appointed by the Government of Palestine; and, if not, whether he is prepared to urge the High Commissioner to co-opt such representatives?
Mr David Adams: 15. asked the Financial. Secretary to the War Office whether he is aware that John William Miller, late No. 11543, Royal Army Service Corps, a copy of whose birth certificate has been shown to the authorities of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, has been refused a pension due to him on reaching the age of 65 years because the records at the Royal Hospital do not coincide with his birth...
Mr David Adams: 12. asked the Home Secretary how many cases of motor-cars being stolen have been reported to the Metropolitan Police during six months to the last convenient date; how many persons have been convicted of car stealing and how many have been discharged with a caution on the ground that the car was borrowed for a joy ride; and how many have been convicted of receiving ears and parts in the same...
Mr David Adams: 18. asked the Home Secretary whether he will state the number of cases during the last three years in which the whole or part of the rateable deductions have been withheld from a member of the Metropolitan police who has been called upon to resign or dismissed other than those whose services have been dispensed with during the probationary period?
Mr David Adams: 18 asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies (1) if he is aware that the Palestine Government demands that the membership registers of the Railway, Post and Telegraph Workers' Union shall be submitted to them; and whether, having regard to the principle of freedom of association granted to workers by the Peace Treaty of Versailles, he will have this practice discontinued; (2) if he is...
Mr David Adams: 11. asked the President of the Board of Trade the number of foreign ships entering the Port of London during the year 1931 that dispensed with pilots; and whether he will consider the introduction of legislation to provide for compulsory pilotage for all ships entering British ports?
Mr David Adams: 46. asked the Prime Minister if he has considered the resolution sent to him from the Poplar Borough Council, protesting against the action of the Government in permitting the export of munitions for use in the Far East and particularly against the despatch of 640 tons of explosives now lying in the West India Dock, produced in a Government factory by Government workers and transported by...
Mr David Adams: 36. asked the President of the Board of Trade if he will consider taking steps to co-ordinate into one service the services administered by the Northern Lights Commissioners, the Irish Lights Commissioners, and the Trinity House in so far as lighthouses and lightships are concerned?