HC Deb 08 July 1918 vol 108 c49W

asked the Minister of National Service whether, when medical men are called up to be medically examined for service, they are sent third-class railway warrants, and, after examination, are given 3s. 6d. for expenses and the loss of a day's work.; and, if so, as the medical profession are not allowed to be conscripted as private soldiers, and, if accepted, are granted commissions in the Royal Army Medical Corps, will he see that orders be at once given for first-class railway warrants to be issued in these cases and adequate compensation given?


Doctors called up for medical examination are treated in this respect like everyone else under Regulations approved by the Treasury.