HC Deb 22 March 1904 vol 132 c385
MR. J. E. GORDON (Elgin and Nairn)

To ask the President of the Board of Trade whether the Government propose to take action as regards the sale of whisky, now described as Scotch, malt, and Highland whisky, but which is the product either of German spirit, or of maize, rice, and molasses.

(Answered by Mr. Gerald Balfour.) If a complaint that a breach of the Merchandise Marks Act has been committed in a specific case is submitted tome in accordance with the regulations made under Section 2 of the Merchandise Marks Act, 1891, I will give it my careful consideration.