§ Mr. W. THORNE
asked the President of the Board of Trade if he can state how many men and women have been registered at the Labour Bureau at Custom House, Victoria Docks, since its establishment; how many of those registered were found employment or sent to places making applications for men and women to be put to work; the names of the firms such people were sent to and the wages offered, and the hours of labour in such places; if he can state how many men have been applied for and sent to the Port of London authority; and if he can state the cost of upkeeping the Exchange since it has been opened?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the BOARD of TRADE (Mr. Tennant)
Statistics of the working of the Labour Exchange in each district are, and will be, published monthly in the Board of Trade Labour Gazette, of which I am sending my hon. Friend a copy. I do not think it would serve a useful purpose, but the reverse, to give minute details of the working of each individual Exchange.