HC Deb 02 April 1895 vol 32 c817

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL moved the Second Reading of this Bill, explaining that it had come from the Lords, and that its object was to make it illegal knowingly to receive property that had been stolen abroad. In reply to questions, he said that the Bill applied to the United Kingdom, with the exception of Scotland, where the law did not require Amendment.

MR. J. ROSS (Londonderry)

said, the Bill had been printed only a day or two and he desired to call attention to some difficulties that it involved.

Second Reading deferred.

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