HC Deb 02 July 1895 vol 35 c123

Read 2°.

SIR GEORGE TREVELYAN (Glasgow, Bridgeton)

reminded the Government that in the Bill there were several provisions for voting public money. It would, therefore, be necessary if the Government wished the Bill to succeed, that a Committee should be set up today for to-morrow. The Report could then be taken on Thursday.

Bill committed for Thursday.

Committee to consider of authorising the payment, out of moneys to be provided by Parliament, of the salary of the Scientific Superintendent, and of the personal and travelling expenses of the members of the Fishery Board, in pursuance of any Act of the present Session for the better regulation of Scottish Sea Fisheries (Queen's Recommendation signified), To-morrow.—(First Lord of the Treasury.)