The China Mail.
Hongkong, Thursday, July 1, 1926.
COMMENDATION, MENTION & WARRANTS.
FOR GOOD SERVICE.
The following awards have been made by H.E. the Chief Scout of Hongkong:-
Letters of Commendation.
Patrol Leader, Kwok Mok-hoi, 13th Troop (Ying Wa College):- Rendered efficient First Aid on two occasions, once near the University to two small boys, and on the other occasion to a badly injured man in Yaumati.
Scout, Chan Kang-ming, 19th Troop (1st Yaumati):- His suspicions were aroused by certain signs that all was not well in a Chinese flat, and having seized a good opportunity saw enough to cause him to report to his Scoutmaster that he suspected a case of infectious disease. It was found by the authorities to be a concealed case of smallpox. This action on the part of the Scout may have prevented a serious outbreak of that disease.
Second Ho Cheuk-yuen, 13th Troop (Ying Wa College):- for giving able assistance to P.L. Kwok Mok-hoi when attending to the small boys near the University.
Scout Lau Hung-choi, 1st Troop (St. Joseph's College):- for assistIng P.L. Kwok Mok-hoi with the case in Yaumati.
Assistant Scoutmaster:- E.Zimmern, 3th Troop; Ho Ping, 18th Troop.