§ MR. GRAVES
said, he wished to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, Whether the Commission appointed by the Treasury to inquire into the grievances of Customs' Officers in London has made its Report; and, if it is intended to extend the investigation to the outports, when the inquiry may be expected to commence?
§ MR. SCLATER-BOOTH
replied that when, a similar Question was put to him a few days ago he stated that the Commission would probably report before the close of the Session, and he had still reason to believe that this would be so. With regard to the outports, that was a matter which the Treasury would have to decide. Certainly the Commission in its present form would not continue the inquiry, but it was intended that the whole subject should be investigated.