HC Deb 26 April 1926 vol 194 c1651
45. Lieut.-Colonel HENEAGE

asked the Prime Minister when the Second Reading of the Merchandise Marks Bill will he taken?

46. Lieut.-Colonel ACLAND-TROYTE

asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware that considerable apprehension is felt, particularly in agricultural districts, at the delay in proceeding with the Merchandise Marks Bill; and whether he can now give a date for the Second Reading?


The Government desire to obtain a Second Reading of this Bill as early as possible, but the Prime Minister regrets that he is not in a position at the moment to name a definite date.

Lieut.-Colonel ACLAND- TROYTE

Will the right hon. Gentleman urge upon the Prime Minister the necessity of taking the Second Reading before Whitsuntide?


I will certainly represent that to the Prime Minister.

Forward to