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Major Frederick Kelley: 46. asked the Prime Minister how much the military occupation of Constantinople and the Dardanelles has cost this country since the Armistice of 1918; and whether any part of this sum is recoverable from Turkey?
Major Frederick Kelley: 37. asked the Home Secretary if he is aware that certain licensing authorities have lately called on licensed holders and asked them to disclose their turnovers and profits; and whether he will inquire into the matter?
Major Frederick Kelley: 28. asked the Minister of Labour whether he proposes that juvenile unemployment centres shall remain closed from July till 17th September; and whether he will consider the possibility of making a grant where it is proposed to keep a centre open during part of the intervening period?
Major Frederick Kelley: 27. asked the Minister of Labour whether he will now take steps to bring together the parties in the boilermakers' dispute; how many men are involved in this dispute; how many thrown out of work by it though not directly involved; and what is the approximate loss of wages through it?
Major Frederick Kelley: 67. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether the holding up of ship plates on the Ruhr is still delaying ship construction in this country; and whether adequate supplies of these plates are now available at home?
Major Frederick Kelley: Could these plates not be better made in Rotherham than in Sheffield?
Major Frederick Kelley: 60. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the actual cost of the staff and the cost of collecting the Corporation Profits Tax; and what will be the estimated sum collected?
Major Frederick Kelley: 68. asked the Minister of Health whether his attention has been called to the recurrence of floods in the urban and mining areas of the Don Valley; whether any concerted action has been proposed by the drainage authorities and local authorities concerned; and whether any Government funds are available for a grant for such a purpose?
Major Frederick Kelley: 138. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he will consider the advisability of introducing legislation next year to diminish the opportunities which the present law allows for the misapplication of funds of public companies by directors of those companies, and also to provide effective penalties for negligence on the part of directors who, by failure to carry out their duties to...
Major Frederick Kelley: 7. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he proposes to lay before Parliament any plan for increasing credit facilities, or otherwise encouraging export trade?
Major Frederick Kelley: 21. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether it is the intention of the British Government to keep the late Sultan of Turkey at a cost of £100 per week?
Major Frederick Kelley: 46. asked the Prime Minister if he will appoint a Committee with the fullest powers possible to inquire into the question of the price of foodstuffs?
Major Frederick Kelley: 18. asked the Minister of Labour if he is aware that there has been for now six months a dispute as to the rate of wages to be paid at the Cauklow Pit, Rotherham; that this is a very serious matter for a large number of workers and their families; and can he take any steps to try and bring the parties concerned together and see if some understanding can be come to?
Major Frederick Kelley: 76. asked the Secretary for Mines what total tonnage of British coal has been ordered for the United States; what is the average price for this coal at the British port; and what are the coalfields in which the principal orders have been placed?
Major Frederick Kelley: 20. asked the Minister of Labour whether he can make any statement on the strike of compositors and whether in future proceedings by an industrial court both parties to a dispute will be asked to declare their willingness to accept the findings of the court?
Major Frederick Kelley: 68. asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Transport whether the coalowners of the country have applied to the railway tribunal for a reduction of the rates on coal?
Major Frederick Kelley: 53. asked the President of the Board of Education whether, when the education of children between five and six years of age is no longer compulsory, he will advise local education authorities in congested areas to allow these children reasonable access to school playgrounds?
Major Frederick Kelley: 47. asked the Secretary for Mines whether he has made, or proposes to make, any representations to the railway companies concerning the high rates charged for carriage of coal?
Major Frederick Kelley: 54. asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Transport what is the charge for the transport of a ton of coal from Rother-ham to London by rail; what was the charge in July, 1914; and what is the percentage of increase?
Major Frederick Kelley: 40. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he can give the exports from Great Britain during the first half of the present calendar year of raw and partly manufactured steel, of special steels, and of