HC Deb 28 March 1938 vol 333 c1645W
Mr. Markham

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he has considered the comments in Lord Morison's Report on the law of Scotland, relating to the constitution of marriage relative to the Gretna Museum; and whether, in view of the fact that this museum contains many forgeries and is therefore obtaining money by fraud, he will take steps to prevent the public being exploited in this way?

Mr. Elliot

I am considering the comments referred to, with a view to determining whether there is any action which I can usefully take. It is, however, open to visitors to decide for themselves whether or not to enter the museum in question; and no doubt their attitude will be influenced by the published statements in the report of the Morison Committee.