§ MR. ALDEN (Middlesex, Tottenham)
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he is aware that confectioners and purveyors of mineral waters and other shopkeepers are prohibited from selling after 10 p.m. any non-intoxicating liquors to be consumed on the premises without a licence; what Is the amount required for that licence; and what object is served by the enforcement of this regulation.
(Answered by Mr. Secretary Gladstone.) I take it that this Question refers to the fact that, in pursuance of Section 6 of The Refreshment Houses Act, 1860, refreshment houses in which intoxicating liquors are not sold may not remain open
|Year.||Vote.||Amount of Reduction.||Particulars.|
|1900–1||Army, Vote 2 (Medical)||£5||The Estimate was presented to enable the House to discuss South African military hospitals. The Vote was agreed to in Committee of Supply, but the money not being required the Report stage was not taken.|
|1903–4||Privy Seal Office||£1,770||The Estimate presented was for £2,770. £1,000 was voted on account. The balance was not required owing to a subsequent change in the tenure of the office, and was not therefore voted in Committee.|
|1904–5||Education, Ireland (Supplementary)||£100||Vote reduced in Committee.|
|1905–6||Irish Land Commission||£100||Vote reduced in Committee.|