The Attorney-General: With reference to the Witnesses who have been called, I do not propose to keep them unless your Lordship thinks it desirable. If there is any special Witness whom my friend wishes kept, of course we shall have to make arrangements to keep him, but it is very inconvenient and expensive to keep a lot of Witnesses who have already given their testimony, and I should have thought it was very much better to let them go.
Sir Robert Finlay: So far as I am concerned there are no Witnesses that have yet been called that I should desire to be kept.
The Commissioner: Then I think the better plan will be to assume that no one desires a Witness to be kept unless he asks for it.
Sir Robert Finlay: Yes, my Lord. If any occasion arises in the future, I will notify the Attorney-General.
James Johnson - First Saloon Night Watchman, SS "Titanic." - Recalled. Testimony - Biography