HC Deb 11 May 1905 vol 146 c41

To ask the First Lord of the Treasury whether the position of Judge-Advocate General is still vacant; and, if so, by whom are the duties appertaining to that office, including the revision of the proceedings of Courts-martial and the sentences pronounced by these Courts, and personal access to the Sovereign in tendering advice with reference to these proceedings and sentences, discharged.

(Answered by Mr. A. J. Balfour.) I am advised by the Secretary of State for War that at the present time the duties of the Judge-Advocate General are being performed by the Deputy-Judge-Advocate General.