HC Deb 28 February 1911 vol 22 cc209-10

asked the Lord Advocate, whether it is the view of his Department that vaccination no longer deserves encouragement and that the best precaution against small-pox is an ample provision by local authorities of small-pox hospitals; and whether the Government intend to make any contribution towards the cost of providing small-pox hospitals?


The view suggested by my right hon. Friend is not that of the Government, nor is there, so far as I am aware., any fund out of which the suggested contribution could be made.