§ Sir CLEMENT KINLOCH-COOKE
asked the First Lord of the Admiralty how many of the men who had passed the age of forty-five, but were otherwise eligible for establishment during the period of its suspension, have since been established, and how many men between the age of forty-five and fifty have been established since the age limit was extended, exclusive of those men who were passed over during the period of suspension and since established?
§ Dr. MACNAMARA
The number of men in the first case is 100, and the number additional to the 100, who have been established between the age of forty-five and fifty since the age limit was extended, is thirty-three. These figures relate to Vote 8 departments only.