§ 21. Mr. CRAWSHAY-WILLIAMS
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he possesses any power to insist that, during at all events certain hours of the day, vehicles should stand, not in the main street, but in by-streets, in the case of certain notoriously narrow and congested London thoroughfares?
§ Mr. McKENNA
Directions to this effect may be given by the Commissioner of Police, when special circumstances in his opinion make it necessary to do so, under the provisions of Section 52 of the Metropolitan Police Act, 1839.