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Indian Hemp (Convictions)

Volume 639: debated on Wednesday 3 May 1961

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what was the number of convictions in Great Britain for being in illegal possession of Indian hemp for the years 1938 and 1955 to 1960, respectively; and what were the corresponding figures for the London Metropolitan Police district.

Chapter V and Chapter VI.1st and 2nd Class Honours45·868·9
Chapter V* and Chapter VI.3rd Class Honours62·890·0
Chapter IV and Chapter VI.Graduates in secondary schools (Article 39)41·365·7
Chapter IVGraduates in primary schools35·860·1
Chapter VITeachers of art, music, commerce, technology (graduates or graduate equivalents).45·771·8
Chapter VITeachers of domestic subjects (Group III), educational handwork, physical education.35·870·3
Chapter IVNon-graduate teachers of general subjects (three-year trained)54·8
Chapter VITeachers of domestic subjects (Groups I and II)
* Chapter IV in 1956.
† The figures in this column include six of the seven instalments of equal pay.