§ 40. Mr. JOYNSON-HICKS
asked how many Regular captains in the Royal Army Medical Corps have been promoted majors since the War began; and does the number of medical promotions bear any proportion to that of combatant promotions of similar rank?
§ Mr. FORSTER
One hundred and fifty-five captains have been promoted since the beginning of the War. The number of promotions in the Royal Army Medical Corps has not been fixed so as to bear a definite proportion to combatant promotions of similar rank.