HC Deb 24 May 1911 vol 26 c258

asked whether the right hon. Gentleman will arrange that at the forthcoming Imperial Conference the question of the recognition of certificates of conscientious objection to vaccination under the Vaccination Acts, 1898 and 1907, for children emigrated to all parts of the Colonies shall be discussed; and whether the representatives to such Conference can be advised to recommend to their respective Parliaments that British adult emigrants might be admitted without the enforcement of vaccination, provided they were certified to be medically fit in other respects?


In view of the large number of subjects which will engage the attention of the Conference I am afraid that it is not possible to add to the list.