THE LORD PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL AND SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INDIA (The Earl of KIMBERLEY)
My Lords, it maybe, I think, for the convenience of the House that I should state that the Scotch Fisheries Bill will be put down for Second Reading next Monday.
§ THE MARQUESS OF SALISBURY
I am very glad the noble Lord has given the notice. I hope I may not be considered out of Order in calling the attention of Scotch Peers to this Bill, not that I profess myself to be very strong on its details, but I observe that, though it introduces some new principles, it has passed the House of Commons with scarcely any consideration, and, therefore, I think it will be very convenient that we should have it here.