§ SIR H. DRUMMOND WOLFF
asked the Secretary of State for War, If he can state what were the numbers of diseased women in hospital in the protected districts previous to the abolition of compulsory examination; and, how many there are now in hospitals, specifying in both cases the respective numbers at each station?
THE MARQUESS OF HARTINGTON
Sir, the number of diseased women in hospital at the time compulsory examination was suspended was 267. The number now in hospital is 134. If the hon. Member wishes for the information by stations, perhaps he will be good enough to move for it as a Return.