§ Mr. BOTTOMLEY
asked the Attorney-General what are the distinctions, if any, between the duties of the Attorney-General and Solicitor-General?
§ Sir GORDON HEWART
The Attorney-General is the first, and the Solicitor-General the second, Law Officer of the Crown. It is not practicable, within the limits of an answer to a question, to enumerate the various respects in which their duties differ.