§ MR. CALEB WRIGHT (Lancashire, S.W., Leigh)
asked the Vice President of the Committee of Council on Education, Whether the Medical Acts Amendment Bill which passed in 1886, and provided for registering duly-qualified foreign medical practitioners, is now in operation, and whether the requisite forms will be supplied to those practitioners to fill up for registration; and, whether he can name the countries that are eligible to claim registration for their medical practitioners?
THE VICE PRESIDENT (Sir WILLIAM HART DYKE) (Kent, Dartford)
The second part of the Act has only been applied to New Zealand and Ceylon. In regard to registration of foreign medical practitioners, Sections 11, 12, and 13 of the Act prescribe the exact course to be adopted.