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LICENSING COMMISSION REPORT. The Press Association understands that at Tuesday's sitting of the Royal Commission on Licensing it was decided to meet in future three days per week, in the hope of expediting the issue of the report. It is understood that those members of the Commission who repre- sent the temperance view are disposed in the main to accept and support the recommenda- tions contained in the draft report submitted by Viscount Peel, as chairman of the Commis- sion. They would have been clad, however, had these recommendations one hi. "cr, ani they may present a minority report upon two or three special points. The Commissioners who are, on the other hand, more especially identified with the liquor trade interests are stated to be less disposed to accept Lord Peel's conclusions, and the; may be expected, in any case. to present a minority report. The draft report of the Licensing Committee in so far as it affects England, Scotland, and Wales is now practically complete, but the actual report will not be issued for a conside- rable time. It is likely, says the Central News, to contain a strong recommendation in favour of the reduction of licences, and, with regard to compensation, it will probably be suggested that this should take the form of a five years' notice of the withdrawal of the licence, with the possibility of an extension of the time to seven years where adequate cause can be shown. With regard to London, the rumour which has already leaked out as to the restriction of the hours on Sundays during which public- houses may keep open from seven to three may be taken as well founded. There is a strong and influential minority of the Commissioners which will be found in opposition to the pro- posals, and, as there is something like 996,000,000 capital invested in the trade in Great Britain, any legislation on the lines recom- mended by the Commission is likely to meet with determined and powerful opposition.

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