§ 7. Mr. DAGGAR
asked the Secretary for Mines whether he will state the number of boys under 16 years of age killed 162 in the mines in Great Britain during 1934 and the number injured which resulted in disablement for three days or more?
§ Mr. RUNCIMAN
In 1934, 15 boys under 16 years of age were killed and 4,148 were disabled for more than three days by accidents below ground at mines under the Coal Mines Act. The corresponding figures for surface accidents were four killed and 1,026 injured.