§ Sir JOHN JARDINE
asked whether the Merchandise Marks Act of 1887 is put into operation in regard to flour adulterated with phosphates made from the bones of animals or from lime and sulphuric acid, and to flour which has been increased in weight by spraying liquids over it; and whether any representations on these forms of adulteration have been received from Scotland?
§ Sir E. STRACHEY
Yes, we have received representations on this subject from Scotland. The Board are in communication with the Local Government Board respecting it.