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British Embassy At Tokio—Qualifications Of Medical Officers

Volume 181: debated on Monday 19 August 1907

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To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the medical officer to the British Embassy at Tokio is a legally qualified medical practitioner in accordance with the requirements of the Medical Act, 1858.

I must remind the hon. Member that on the 4th June last, in reply to a similar Question, I informed him that I was not prepared to make any statement involving an interpretation of any part of the Medical Acts. I must adhere to what I then said.