* MR. HUNTER CRAIG (Lanarkshire, Govan)
I beg to ask the Secretary for Scotland if he will state how he proposes in the Education Bill to deal with single small isolated schools having their school area in two separate counties and drawing scholars and rates from each parish in each county, as is the case with the present school area of the Skelmorlie School Board, comprising Skelmorlie, in the county of Ayr, and parish of Largs, and Wemyss Bay, in the county of Renfrew and parish of Inverkip.
THE LORD-ADVOCATE (MR. SCOTT DICKSON,) Glasgow, Bridgton
The hon. Member is referred to Clause 15 of the Bill.
* MR. HUNTER CRAIG
That is not an answer to my Question, which is, how does 145 the Scottish Secretary propose by this Bill to deal with such an educational area as that of Skelmorlie and Wemyss Bay.
Part will be in one district and part in another as the section of the Bill prescribes, and the property will be dealt with accordingly.
§ MR. THOMAS SHAW (Hawick Burghs)
Is this not one of the cases which might be covered by the clause which is to be brought forward on the Report stage?