Results 1–20 of 38 for speaker:Dr Bouverie McDonald

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Cocaine (26 Jul 1922)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 26. asked the Minister of Health if he will now supply the House with the answers received in reply to his inquiries forwarded to the medical and dental profession concerning the necessity or otherwise of the use of cocaine?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Arsenic. (26 Jul 1922)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 27. asked the Minister of Health if, in view of the fact that large quantities of arsenic can be obtained from chemists by individuals merely signing a poison hook, he will take steps to discontinue this practice?

Orders of the Day — Education (Scotland) (Superannuation) Bill. (19 Jul 1922)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: I have received a telegram from the Secretary of the Education Authority in my constituency which raises a point to which I should like to direct the attention of the Secretary for Scotland. Clause 2 of the Scottish Bill imposes upon educational authorities in Scotland the duty of paying back to the teachers certain moneys that they have not budgeted for. I have been looking over the English...

Oral Answers to Questions — Vaccination. (21 Jun 1922)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 41. asked the Minister of Health if, in view of the increasing practice of many medical men to certify successful vaccination on the production of one vesicle with commercial lymph, he will authorise public vaccinators to use their discretion, in cases of objection to four marks, to insert a smaller number, but not fewer than two, in order that a larger number of children may become protected...

Oral Answers to Questions — Cocaine. (21 Jun 1922)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 34. asked the Minister of Health if he is aware that cocaine is not a drug which is essential to the medical and dental professions, owing to the manufacture of many less toxic substitutes; and will he therefore take steps to prohibit the importation of so pernicious a drug into this country, if necessary, by legislation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Enemy Action (Claims). (19 Jun 1922)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 41. asked the President of the Board of Trade if he is aware that Engineer Thomas Edward Lunt, of the ss. "Sagamore," which was torpedoed on 3rd March, 1917, off the Irish coast, was exposed for 10 days and 11 nights, in consequence of which both feet had to be amputated; that Mr. Lunt was awarded a pension of £250; that this is now reduced to £139, although Mr. Lunt has a wife and five...

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Telephone Service. (14 Jun 1921)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 34. asked the Postmaster-General whether telephone subscribers who have been compelled to relinquish their instruments owing to change of address and cannot obtain a new installation will be compensated for that period during which they have not employed the service?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Telephone Service. ( 7 Jun 1921)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 42. asked the Post-master-General if he is aware that, while many bookmakers enjoy the privilege of five or six telephone lines, there are numbers of important business firms who cannot obtain a second installation, and that many subscribers of long standing who have been compelled to change their addresses are unable to have their telephones transferred to their new premises; and, in view of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Telephone Service. ( 7 Jun 1921)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that many nursing and other institutions of great public utility cannot get the telephone put in?

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Civil Service. ( 2 Mar 1921)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 15. asked the Secretary of State for India if he will take into consideration the hardship of many old well-tried Indian Civil servants who retired prior to 1913, and have not, therefore, benefited by the increased pension; and will he take steps to place these pensioners on an equal footing with their younger brethren, especially recognising the fact that their increasing years is a bar to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Tuberculosis. (24 Feb 1921)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 8. asked the Minister of Pensions if he will reconsider his attitude towards ex-service men who have been certified as suffering from tuberculosis shortly after their discharge from the Army on account of being unfit for further military service, and now considered ineligible for pension; whether he is aware that, while the health of some men is improved by service, the health of others is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Cheshire Regiment (Sergeant B. W. Mee). (23 Nov 1920)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 69. asked the Minister of Pensions whether he is aware that Acting-Sergeant Bernard W. Mee, No. 26453, 3rd Cheshires, was accepted by the Army on 25th May, 1915, in category A1, that he was discharged from the Army on 18th May, 1917, as unfit for service, and that he died on 2nd December, 1918, leaving a widow and one child, who have no means of subsistence, owing to the widow's delicate...

Oral Answers to Questions — Income Tax. (23 Nov 1920)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 56. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will issue instructions to the collectors of Income Tax to the effect that they must render a complete statement of all amounts due by Income Tax payers at one time, and not, as is the present custom, extending the notices over a period of weeks?

Oral Answers to Questions — Income Tax. (23 Nov 1920)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that, while in many cases, one envelope with two enclosures would be quite sufficient, on the other hand, no fewer than three envelopes and six enclosures have been sent to different individuals? If that were avoided, there would be a great saving to the country?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Government Proposals. (22 Nov 1920)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 54. asked the Prime Minister if he has received any acknowledgment of his offer to discuss the Government's proposals with representatives who have authority to speak for the Irish people; and, if not, is he prepared to go further and put that offer into writing to the leaders of the Sinn Fein movement and other bodies in Ireland and, if a favourable reply is received, to summon such a...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Prisoners (Health Bulletins). (21 Oct 1920)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 24. asked the Home Secretary if he will take steps in future to prevent the issuing of bulletins concerning the health of prisoners confined in any of His Majesty's prisons?

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Payments (Delays). (10 Jun 1920)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 6. asked the Minister of Pensions whether he is aware of the increased delay in settling pensions, and of the irritation and restlessness arising therefrom; and is he aware that letters and telegrams from local committees to administrative area headquarters frequently remain unanswered?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: Trainees' Allowances. (10 Jun 1920)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 5. asked the Minister of Pensions whether he is aware of the interruption in the training of pensioners even after successful probation and, in many cases, the prolonged delay in paying these men their authorised allowances?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Building Progress (Weekly Statements). ( 9 Jun 1920)

Dr Bouverie McDonald: 44. asked the Minister of Health whether, in view of the high cost of all material and the prevailing outcry against extravagance, he will consider the advisability of issuing monthly statements regarding the progress of house building in place of weekly statements, as is at present the custom?


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