§ DR. FARQUHARSON (Aberdeenshire, W.)
To ask the President of the Local Government Board what progress has been made in the investigations by the Royal Commission on Tuberculosis during the past twelve months on the two farms at Stansted, lent by Sir James Blyth; and whether a Report will shortly be issued.
(Answered by Mr. Walter Long.) I am informed that considerable progress has been made in the investigations instituted by the Royal Commission. It is stated, however, that the ground to be covered by the experiments is very extensive, and that some time must necessarily elapse before any Report by the Commission can be issued.