§ 83. Major MACKENZIE WOOD
asked what steps it is proposed to take to bring under the local option provisions of the Temperance (Scotland) Act, 1913, the premises in Scotland at present occupied by the Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic) for the purpose of the sale by retail of exciseable liquor for which no certificates, within the meaning of the definition contained in Section 15 of the Act, have been granted by the licensing courts.
The matter referred to in the question is receiving consideration by my right hon. Friend in consultation. with the Departments concerned. He hopes to be in a position to make a statement at an early date.