HC Deb 01 March 1904 vol 130 c1356
MR. McCRAE (Edinburgh, E.)

To ask the Secretary for Scotland whether his attention has been called to the numerous complaints as to the service given at Queensferry; and. if so, will he take steps to secure that the services are performed in accordance with statute.

(Answered by Mr. A. Graham Murray.) I am aware of one complaint as to the adequacy of the Sunday service. The railway company maintain that they fulfil the statutory requirements. The matter is not one for the action of the Secretary for Scotland who has no title to apply to a Court of Law by whom alone the question can be decided.