Mr Gordon Hall Caine: Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether anybody else, except one person, has the right to these horses from the National stud?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 41. asked the Minister of Transport whether with a view to encouraging the use of pneumatic tyres on horse-drawn vehicles, he will consider a reduction in the cost of the local taxation licences for such vehicles using such tyres?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 78. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether he is now in a position to say whether the report of the Import Duties Advisory Committee for an application for an increase in the tariff on foreign condensed milk will be available for Parliamentary approval, if necessary, before the House rises for the summer recess?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 37. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether the report of the Import Duties Advisory Committee, now under consideration by it with regard to proposals for an increase in the tariff on foreign condensed milk, will be available for Parliamentary approval before the Summer Recess?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 47. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether, before proceeding with the Cotton Industry Bill, which proposes to reduce the existing number of spindles in this country to the amount required to serve the existing markets, he will take further active steps to make it possible, by alteration of existing treaties And other means, to expand such markets both within and without the Empire?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 41. asked the Minister of Agriculture whether he will be in a position to make a definite pronouncement of Government policy with regard to the Greene Report on the sugar-beet industry before the House rises for the Summer Recess?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 31. asked the Minister of Transport whether he will consider the desirability of having a clear broad line painted on every minor crossroad at its junction with a main arterial road, in view of the fact that it is often difficult to tell that the road ahead is an arterial road?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 14. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what representations have been made to him by any of the Colonial Governments with regard to the proposals recently made for the conditional transfer of a certain part of British Somaliland to the Italian Government?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 22. asked the Secretary of State for Air whether arrangements are now complete for enrolling the additional recruits necessary for the enlarged Royal Air Force; and whether he can indicate the proportion of such recruits from each county?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 34. asked the Minister of Transport whether his Department has given any definite ruling as to the rights of a pedestrian in relation to approaching motor cars when once he has actually entered a controlled crossing?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 35. asked the Minister of Transport whether he is yet in a position to make a statement as to the progress that has been made as a result of his representations to the local authorities to de-restrict from the speed limit roads which have been unnecessarily subjected thereto?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 36. asked the Minister of Transport whether he will state the reasons for imposing a charge of £5 upon people who desire to transfer the index mark from their old motor car to their new motor car; and whether he will consider the substitution of a purely nominal sum?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 15. asked the Postmaster-General whether be can state what is the present remaining stock of pedestal telephones; and by what date he anticipates it will be possible, when new telephones are installed, for up-to-date hand-microphone instruments to be supplied without extra charge?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 16. asked the Postmaster-General whether arrangements have been made to increase the facilities available to the public for obtaining stamps on Sundays; and whether, in view of the considerable volume of private correspondence which is despatched on this day of the week, he will endeavour to arrange for an early improvement of the position in this respect?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 17. asked the Postmaster-General the approximate increase in the number of telegrams despatched daily since the reduction of the charge from 1s. to 6d.; to what the increase will have to amount before the telegraph service is on a self-supporting basis; and whether the engagement of increased staff has been necessary?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 26. asked the President of the Board of Education in what approximate proportion of primary and secondary schools, respectively, at the present time, physical training is carried out in special costumes as opposed to the ordinary clothes of the pupils; and in what proportion the physical training of boys is superintended by male instructors?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 44. asked the Minister of Agriculture whether the National Stud has been operated at a profit or at a loss during the current year; and whether he will now consider the desirability either of closing down the stud or transferring it to some situation within Great Britain or Northern Ireland?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 58. asked the Secretary for Mines in respect of what areas of the country applications have been received under the Petroleum Production Act for facilities to drill for oil; and whether any such applications have yet received approval?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 10. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he is now in a position to make any further statement with regard to the possibility of obtaining a satisfactory revision of the Tangier Convention which expires in 1936?
Mr Gordon Hall Caine: 48. asked the Minister of Transport whether he can state the approximate mileage of the length of classified roads on which the 30-miles-per-hour limit has now been abolished after being introduced under the new restriction scheme, and in respect of which local authorities have failed to comply with the representations made by him?