§ Captain A. HUDSON
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs how many appointments to the staff of the British section of the League of Nations at Geneva have been filled by permanent civil servants established prior to August, 1919; how many by special entry, and in these cases, how was the selection made; how many of the staff specially entered have been subsequently established; what are the duties and the salaries of each post filled by special entry; what are the names of the staff so appointed; and how many of the specially entered staff have ex-service qualifications?
§ Sir A. CHAMBERLAIN
I regret that I am unable to give my hon. and gallant Friend the information he desires. There is no British section of the League of Nations at Geneva, and all appointments to the League Secretariat are made without reference to His Majesty's Government.