§ Dr. ADDISON
There is one State hospital in Denmark—at Copenhagen—and a number of voluntary hospitals provided by religious and philanthropic bodies, but the majority of general hospitals are provided and controlled by the local authorities. A scale of charges is laid down for each hospital, varying according to the accommodation provided. Payment is made for all patients, either by the patient himself, by the sickness society of which he is a member, or by 1446 the Poor Law Authority. The information available is not sufficient to enable me to express any opinion as to the efficiency of the hospital service.