§ A fishery board may, with the consent of the Minister, for the purpose of defraying any costs, charges, and expenses incurred or to be incurred by them under this Act, borrow at interest on the credit of any revenue receivable by them, or of any other property belonging to them, any money necessary for defraying such costs, charges, and expenses; and may for the purpose of securing the repayment of any money so borrowed, with interest thereon, mortgage to the persons by or on behalf of whom the 2113 money is advanced, Such revenue or property, or any part thereof; and the provisions of the Commissioners Clauses Act, 1847, with respect to mortgages to be created by the commissioners, shall be incorporated with this Act, and any mortgagee may enforce payment of his principal and interest by appointment of a receiver.
§ Sir R. SANDERS
I beg to move, to leave out the words "costs, charges, and expenses" ["defraying any costs, charges, and expenses,"] and to insert instead thereof the word "expenditure."
This Amendment is to make clear a point raised by the hon. Member for Dumfries (Dr. Chapple) in Committee. I undertook to make the point quite clear by inserting the word "expenditure"
§ Amendment agreed to.
§ Further Amendment made: Leave out the words "costs, charges, and expenses" ["defraying such costs, charges, and expenses"], and insert instead thereof the word "expenditure."—[Sir R. Sanders.]