§ 113. Mr. A. WILLIAMS
asked the President of the Board of Agriculture what measures he has instituted in those cases where the hunts have not taken effective action for the reduction of the number of foxes during the continuance of the War?
§ Sir R. WINFREY
All complaints received by the Board are referred to the Masters of Fox Hounds' Association, who communicate with the hunt concerned. No case has yet occurred in which the hunt has declined to take effective action.
§ Mr. WILLIAMS
Is my hon. Friend aware that the President told me just before Whitsun that there were cases? His words were that in the great majority of cases appropriate action had been taken.