HC Deb 30 October 1902 vol 113 c1184
DR. THOMPSON (Monaghan, N.)

To ask the Secretary of State for War if he will state when the increase of pay promised several months ago to the captains and subalterns of the Royal Army Medical Corps serving in India will be granted; the amount of the increase in rupees; and from what date will the increase count.

(Answered by Secretary Lord George Hamilton.) An increase in the pay of officers of the Royal Army Medical Corps below the rank of major, while serving in India, has been approved in principle, but the amount of increase is still under the consideration of the Government of India, who have been asked to telegraph their views as soon as they have arrived at them.