§ MR. FLYNN (Cork, N.)
I beg to ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, in reference to the Aliens Bill, whether he can now stats at what ports in Ireland it is proposed to establish immigration officers or boards set up for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of the Act.
§ MR. AKERS-DOUGLAS
The immigration machinery will probably have to be established at Queeenstown or Londonderry. Which of these should be made an immigration port, or whether both should be made immigration ports, must defend on the results of further inquiry, and actual experience of the working of the Act.
§ CAPTAIN DONELAN (Cork, E.)
If there is any doubt about Londonderry, I presume there can be none about Queenstown?
§ [No Answer was returned.]