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Captain Robert Gee: Will the right hon. Gentleman consider the advisability of alloting the numbers for sale by tender?
Captain Robert Gee: Is it not a fact that there are sufficient typewriters which have been reconstructed as a result of the War to last the Stationery Office for many years to come?
Captain Robert Gee: Would it not be better if Ministers refused to answer questions when the information desired can be obtained on application to the Vote Office?
Captain Robert Gee: May I ask the right hon. Gentleman whether, in the Army Estimates, he will make provision so that the present dispensers in the Army may be allowed a grant to train and become qualified pharmacists according to the law of the country, in order that soldiers may have their medicines dispensed by qualified men, as is the case in the Navy?
Captain Robert Gee: Can my right hon. Friend say what proceedings will be taken against the factory inspector who failed to report this before the fatality occurred?
Captain Robert Gee: Could not the answers to this and many other questions be obtained by Members themselves, if they would refer to the books which are to be obtained free at the Vote Office, and so save public expense?
Captain Robert Gee: In view of the large number of applicants desiring to go into the Staff College, will the right hon. Gentleman seek to increase the number of vacancies by granting facilities for larger colleges?
Captain Robert Gee: How is it they have 6,000,000 Verey light cartridges to destroy, and yet in the last six months of the War it was almost impossible to get them in France?
Captain Robert Gee: On a point of Order. May Members under the Gallery have light?
Captain Robert Gee: Is it a fact that the Reports of this House are delivered at places 15 miles away two hours earlier than they are delivered in the Metropolis?
Captain Robert Gee: Before the hon. Member answers the question, will he bear in mind the fact that the Russian Government have never yet carried out a promise they have made.
Captain Robert Gee: Will the right hon. Gentleman take care to see that the same conditions are imposed upon every beet-sugar factory that may be instituted, and that the permit shall be issued for a specified period only?
Captain Robert Gee: Withdraw.
Captain Robert Gee: May I ask whether there has been a corresponding reduction in the number of medical officers?
Captain Robert Gee: Is it not a fact that it has been on sale for some considerable time?
Captain Robert Gee: Is it not clear that people who live in good residential districts are taking advantage of this, although they could well afford nurses to look after their children?
Captain Robert Gee: Is the right hon. Gentleman prepared to withdraw the grant unless local authorities use British goods?
Captain Robert Gee: Will you amend the Act?
Captain Robert Gee: May I ask the hon. and gallant Gentleman whether the Government will warn the public against subscribing to this and other kindred societies allied in this charge?
Captain Robert Gee: rose—