HC Deb 12 May 1915 vol 71 c1655

asked whether a National Reservist whose services had been taken over by the Admiralty and who is thus deprived of an enlistment bounty would be given facilities to resign his position in the Navy so that he may enlist in the Army in order to secure the bounty; and, if not, whether new regulations can be made to prevent the loss of the bounty in such cases?


The conditions under which men serving in naval establishments may leave them or if they continue to serve, may receive bounties, are a matter for consideration by the Admiralty, and perhaps the hon. Member will address his question to that Department.