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Licensing Justices, Kensington

Volume 344: debated on Wednesday 1 March 1939

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asked the Home Secretary whether he will state the number of justices sitting on the Kensington licensing bench, on the 7th February, 1939, when an inquiry into the permitted hours was held; the number of the said justices who reside within the area of the Kensington licensing division; and the average number of justices attending the seven ordinary licensing sessions during the preceding year?

The number of justices sitting on the Kensington licensing bench on the 7th February, 1939, was 36, of whom 29 reside within the area of the Kensington licensing division. The average number of justices attending the seven preceding licensing sessions was between 26 and 27.