§ Mr. AGAR-ROBARTES
asked the Prime Minister what are the qualifications of Sir T. Carlaw Martin, late editor of the "Dundee Advertiser," for the directorship of the Royal Scottish Museum?
§ The LORD ADVOCATE (Mr. Ure)
The directorship of the museum is an administrative post for which specialist qualifications are not required, as each department is in the charge of an expert. Sir Thomas Carlaw Martin was chosen as the most suitable for the appointment, after an exhaustive consideration of all other names.
MARQUESS of TULLIBARDINE
Can the right hon. Gentleman say what is the salary and what are the duties attached to this onerous office?
§ Mr. WATT
Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether or not he is a Scotchman who has got this appointment?