§ 41. Mr. EVELYN CECIL
asked whether His Majesty's Government, in introducing any proposals relating to intoxicating liquors and the War, will consider the possible remedy of posting up the names of all offenders who through drink have caused loss of time in providing munitions of war on a black list, either within or without the factories, the disgrace of appearing on which might be a sufficient deterrent to prevent further trouble, while it would have the advantage of revealing the actual number of delinquents, of being free from inconvenience to others, and of not disturbing vested interests?
§ Mr. ACLAND
I must ask the hon. Member to await my right hon. Friend's statement on this subject to-morrow.