§ MR. JAMES O'DOHERTY
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland, Whether the Inspectors of Irish Fisheries have reported, on the complaints of the Foyle fishermen, with respect to a steamer 1194 which the lessees of the Foyle and Bann Fisheries send out at night without lights among their boats; whether complaints have been made by the fishermen with respect to the uncertain boundary between the several fisheries in the Foyle and the sea beyond; and, whether he will ask for a report on these matters, and lay it upon the Table of the House?
THE CHIEF SECRETARY (Mr. JOHN MORLEY)
Yes, Sir; the Inspectors of Fisheries have reported on these matters, and there is no objection to the production of the Report, if the hon. Member will move for it.