§ Mr. KELLY
asked the Secretary of State for War the number of P (probationary) class clerks in his Department promoted to established posts at the last convenient date?2064W
serving in the Customs and Excise Department as at the latest available date: higher clerical officers (men), higher clerical officers (women), clerical officers (men), clerical officers (women), higher grade clerks, departmental class (men), clerks, departmental class (men), clerks, departmental class (women), P-class (probationary) clerks, temporary male clerks, temporary women clerks, chief superintendents of typists, superintendents of typists, shorthand-typists, typists, writing assistants; and the allocation of such officers as between secretaries, accountant and comptroller-generals, statistical, and collectors' officers, including sub-offices and stations, respectively?
§ Sir L. WORTHINGTON-EVANS
No "P" class clerks in the War Office have as yet been promoted, but the selection of candidates for promotion is now proceeding; 25 clerks of the analogous grade in War Department outstations have been selected for appointment to established posts.2065W
§ Major TRYON
The number of "P" (permanent non-pensionable) clerks in the Ministry of Pensions who had been promoted to the established clerical class by the 1st instant was 25.