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Loch Shieldaig Salmon Prosecution

Volume 180: debated on Wednesday 14 August 1907

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I beg to ask the Secretary for Scotland, in view of the fact that the expenses incurred in the prosecution of two men for being in a boat at sea at Loch Shieldaig, Ross-shire, on the 14th and 21st May, on a charge of intent to take salmon, were defrayed by the Local Fishery Board, will he state the names of the members of that Board and when it was constituted.

The Board, which was constituted in 1888, consists of Mr. Murray of Loch Carron, and the Earl of Lovelace.