§ LORD EUSTACE CECIL
said, he would beg to ask the Secretary of State for War, Whether it is the intention of the Government to move for a sufficient sum in the forthcoming Estimates to extend the benefit of the Contagious Diseases Act to every 798 camp, garrison, and seaport town in the United Kingdom, considering the large percentage of soldiers and sailors whose services are now wholly or in part lost to the State in consequence of its partial and incomplete adoption?
§ SIR JOHN PAKINGTON
, in reply, said, his noble Friend would find, when the Army Estimates were produced, that the Vote for carrying out the Act in question had been considerably increased. He would rather, however, postpone any explanation of the manner in which the grant would be applied until he proposed the Estimates.