§ Sir PHILIP MAGNUS
asked the Secretary to the Treasury whether, having regard to the fact that under the National Insurance Act as it stands any person who, having been compulsorily insured for a period of five years, may become and remain a voluntary insurer entitled to medical benefit at such annual rate as may be arranged, be his income what it may, it is proposed by regulation of the Commissioners, or otherwise, to fix any limit of income beyond which such insured person shall cease to be entitled to medical benefit at the common rate?
§ Mr. MASTERMAN
I beg to refer the hon. Member to Section 15, Sub-section (3) of the Act. An income limit which may be fixed under that Sub-section would, of course, apply to the particular class of voluntary contributors to whom he refers.