HC Deb 05 April 1927 vol 204 cc1851-2
10. Captain GARRO-JONES

asked the President of the Board of Trade what applications for the export of machine

Colonel DAY

Will the right hon. Gentleman say when the last prosecution took place?


In 1926 there were 26 cases and 23 convictions.

Commander BELLAIRS

How many-officials are employed on this work?


I could not say without notice.

Following are the figures promised:

In answer to the first part of the question, the cost, and amount received in fees, of the Register of Business Names during each of the years in question is as shown in the following table:

As regards the third part, the number of cases in which the Board of Trade has instituted legal proceedings is as follows:

guns have been made since 19th June, 1925, together with the names of the applicants; the reply in each case; and the destination in the case of applications granted?


I hope to be able to have particulars circulated in the OFFICIAL REPORT in the course of a few days.