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Question

Volume 229: debated on Tuesday 16 May 1876

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asked the Secretary of State for War, If it be in contemplation to employ foreign medical men, with foreign diplomas, in the Military or Naval Services of the Country?

, in reply, said, that the medical officers in the Army and Navy had to be natives of the country or naturalized subjects, and no foreign diploma would qualify a man for such a commission. He must be a registered practitioner under the Medical Registration Act.