§ Mr. MACQUISTEN
asked the Minister of Health whether, in view of the modern developments in the science and art of healing, he will cause to be appointed a Royal Commission to inquire into the operation of the Medical Acts of 1858, with a view to the alteration of the law, especially with reference to the powers and privileges of the General Medical Council?
No, Sir. I do not think that modern developments in therapeutics necessitate any revision of the powers and duties of the General Medical Council, and my right hon. Friend the Lord President of the Council shares my view.