§ MR. O'SHEE
To ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland whether, in view of the vacancy which has arisen on the Poor Law Commission by the death of The O'Conor Don, and of the dissatisfaction which exists in the medical profession in Ireland, owing to its having hitherto been unrepresented on the Commission, he will consider the advisability of appointing an Irish medical man to the vacancy.
(Answered by Sir II. Campbell-Bannerman.) I cannot see my way to adopt the hon. Member's suggestion.
§ CAPTAIN CRAIG (Down, E.)
To ask the Prime Minister whether the late The O'Conor Don was a member of the Royal Commission on the Poor Laws relating to the United Kingdom; and, if so, will he, in filling the vacancy, have regard to the wishes of the Irish Poor Law medical profession by appointing an Irish medical member.
(Answered by Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman): I cannot see my way to adopt the hon. Member's suggestion.