HC Deb 29 May 1936 vol 312 c2391W

asked the Minister of Transport, whether, in view of the confusion which exists in the minds of the public as to the rules and regulations governing the issue of railway tickets, he will request the railway companies to give adequate publicity to the fact that tickets must in all cases be personally bought by those intending to use them?


The by-laws of the Main Line Companies provide that "no person shall enter any carriage … for the purpose of travelling unless and until he or someone on his behalf shall have obtained … a ticket."

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