HC Deb 16 July 1912 vol 41 c245W

asked the Secretary for Scotland who are the members of the Scottish Fishery Board, or of their scientific staff, who are representative of the Scottish Fisheries at the International Council for the investigation of the North Sea Fisheries at the meetings in Copenhagen; and what salaries do they receive out of moneys voted by Parliament for these investigations?


Professor D'Arcy W. Thompson, Scientific Member of the Fishery Board for Scotland, is a delegate to the International Council for the Investigation of the Sea at Copenhagen, and Dr. T. W. Fulton, Scientific Superintendent of the Board, attends as an expert. The former receives £350 from the Parliamentary Vote as director of the Scottish side of the investigations and £50 as delegate, and the latter receives £100 for services in connection with the Scottish investigations.