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APRIL 1, 1926

APRIL 1, 1926

01 April 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
APRIL I, 1996

APRIL I, 1996

01 April 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
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01 April 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Mr. W. Vinten, of the 1.A.K.M., occupying the chair. A lengthy report was submitted to the meeting, prepared by the

Mr. W. Vinten, of the 1.A.K.M., occupying the chair. A lengthy report was submitted to the meeting, prepared by the

1.A.K.M., on experiments that had been made to find an effective appliance to combat fires on cinematograph projectors. and discussion ensued on this report. In view of the quality of film stock, it was agreed that the renters be asked to co-operate, and your Committee appointed
01 April 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
NORTHERN BRANCH MEETING

NORTHERN BRANCH MEETING

N ORTHERN BRANCH MEETING the least interesting item discussed last week's meeting in Newcastle of the °llliern. Branch centred round the question. Of advertising rights, which had been post- Pcnd from a previous meeting for the attendance of representatives from Teeside. to At th
01 April 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Summer Conference

Summer Conference

It was reported by the CHAIRMAN that at a conference Mr. Blake, Mr. Barrington Lynham and himself had with representatives of the London and Home Counties and Sussex Branches, it was unanimously agreed to extend an invitation to hold the annual at Brighton during the week comme
01 April 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Trade Council Not Wanted

Trade Council Not Wanted

P Reporting on the work of the General Council, Mr. MARCHANT referred to the question of the Cinematograph Trade Council, and said he could not see why they wanted a superior trade body. The C.E.A. should be able to do all that was necessary for the protection of its members. In
01 April 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
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01 April 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Friday opening for the first time, and the Cambridge members have been urged to use discretion in showing films of

Friday opening for the first time, and the Cambridge members have been urged to use discretion in showing films of

a character that will not jeopardise the continuance of this concession. " A " Certificates in Bedfordshire Reporting on the deputation of Bedfordshire exhibitors to the County Licensing Committee as to the imposition of the " A and "U " condition on licences, as from January 27
01 April 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
there Were any unaccompanied children in ?inertias When " A " films were being shown, the resolution passed by the

there Were any unaccompanied children in ?inertias When " A " films were being shown, the resolution passed by the

Education t o ua na naittee gave the officers far wider powers that of seeing whether exhibitors were I PPerIY carrying out that particular en°llseirient. The effect was to make the attendance officers superintending - t all inspecting officers for the adminiswration of all the
01 April 1926 - The Bioscope - London, London, England