§ 80. Sir H. CRAIK
asked the Home Secretary whether he will appoint a Committee of Inquiry into the moral and physical effect of cinema shows, as to which doubts are entertained by those interested in the welfare of the young and which are increasing at an alarming rate?
§ Mr. BRACE
I do not think it is necessary at the present time to appoint a Committee to inquire into the matter. A great deal of attention is being given to the subject by the local authorities, with whom the power of control under the Cinematograph Act rests, and it is also being carefully watched by the Home Office.
§ Sir H. CRAIK
May I ask whether the self-constituted Commission now acting has any legal right to the name or any authority to bear it?