HC Deb 05 June 1907 vol 175 c685

I beg to ask the Secretary for Scotland, in view of the unanimity amongst the Scottish Members on both sides of the House as to the desirability of passing the Sea Fisheries (Scotland) (Application of Penalties) Bill, can he arrange for the Second Reading of the Bill to be taken.


In view of the favour with which this small and uncontentious Bill is regarded on both sides of the House, I hope that the House may consent to read it a second time without discussion; and it will be put down for an early day with that end in view.