§ SIR C. DILKE
I beg to ask the First Lord of the Treasury what business will be taken next Wednesday?
§ MR. BUCHANAN (Aberdeenshire, E.)
I wish, too, to ask a Question on a subject for which we have endeavoured to obtain information from the Lord Advocate—namely, whether the right honourable Gentleman will make arrangements for the discussion next week of the only two Scottish Government Bills which have come before the House—the Attendance of Children (Scotland) Bill and the Bill dealing with the equivalent grant to Scotland. It would be a great convenience if the discussion could be arranged for next week.
§ THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY
I hope the opportunity will be found for discussing the Attendance of Children (Scotland) Bill on Monday next. The other Scottish Bill will, I think, be brought on before the end of the month. On Wednesday I hope to be able to proceed with the Criminal Evidence Bill.
§ MR. BUCHANAN
I should like to point out that on a Bill for the distribution of money, the only opportunity for objecting, if we wish to, to the method of distribution is on the first stage of the Bill.