§ 89. Sir E. CORNWALL
asked the Minister of Munitions how many selected munition areas there are where the State now controls the liquor traffic; and whether he can give any particulars as to the working in each case of this arrangement?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the MUNITIONS DEPARTMENT (Dr. Addison)
There are twenty areas in Great Britain in which the liquor traffic is controlled by General Orders made by the Central Control Board, and a system of direct control has been established in smaller districts contained within three of these areas. Particulars of the working of these different forms of control are given in the recently published Second Report of the Control Board (Cd. 8243).