HC Deb 29 June 1900 vol 85 cc71-2

I beg to ask the Financial Secretary to the War Office whether officers of the Royal Army Medical Corps are not allowed to prescribe cocoa for patients at Netley Hospital, and whether they are surcharged if they order it without the sanction of the War Office.


Cocoa is not supplied for ordinary diets, but it can be ordered as an extra by any medical officer who considers it advisable without any surcharge.