HC Deb 17 March 1920 vol 126 cc2210-1
84. Mr. HAYDAY

asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Munitions whether the Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic) have made an order that, in the city of Carlisle and adjoining parishes, no person shall without the sanction of the Board sell or supply any intoxicating liquor in any premises in pursuance of justices' licence granted in respect of any premises, unless at the date of the order such licence was already in existence in respect of such premises, and shall not sell intoxicating liquor in any club unless such club was at the date of the order registered for the sale of intoxicating liquors; if so, can he state when the Board met to make this order, the person who presided, and the members of the Board present; whether he is aware that the order is giving rise to opposition; and whether he will have the matter reconsidered?


No complaints regarding the order have been received by me or by the Board; but if they are, they will be carefully considered. The order was issued on the 12th February last by the authority of the Board, and I am sending my hon. Friend a list of the members of the Board.