HC Deb 17 October 1912 vol 42 cc1430-1W

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether the Irish Insurance Commissioners have completed arrangements for the treatment of tubercular patients in Munster; if so, in what counties; how many tubercular patients have been treated in Munster; and what percentage this number bears to the total number of tubercular persons insured in Munster?


Provisional arrangements for the treatment of tuberculous insured person.3 have been made by the insurance committee of each county and county borough in Munster. Seventeen persons have been recommended for sanatorium benefit by the several committees. All these seventeen persons have been actually sent to institutions for treatment, the numbers from each insurance committee being as follows: Clare County, two; Cork County, one; Cork County Borough, one; Kerry County, five; Limerick County, two; Limerick County Borough, two; Tipperary South Riding, two; Tipperary North Riding, one; Waterford County, one.