§ MR. WEIR
I beg to ask the Lord Advocate whether the attention of the Secretary for Scotland has been called to a statement contained on page 5 of the General Report of the Northern Division (Education, Scotland) for the year 1900, in which the inspector points out that there are many schools in the north where the children's playground is not provided with a shelter shed; and will he say what action it is proposed to take in the matter.
§ * THE LORD ADVOCATE (Mr. A. GRAHAM MURRAY, Buteshire)
Where any deficiency such as the hon. Member refers to is pointed out in the inspector's report, the attention of the school board is called to the matter, and due consideration is given to the circumstances of each case.
§ * MR. A. GRAHAM MURRAY
I do not suppose they could do more than call the attention of the boards to the matter, and in very bad cases suspend the grant.