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Tuesday, 21 June 1904


Mr WATSON - I have been supplied by the Minister of Defence with the following replies: -

r.   Part II., clause 19, is not a regulation; it is only an order, and it is intended to amend the order, so that members of the Citizen Forces, when not in uniform, will not be compelled to salute.

2.   Part V., clause 31. - It is considered this regulation should be retained, as it provides that a member of the Citizen Forces shall be considered to have been on duty, although not in uniform, in respect of any act done, or omitted to be done, by him in a military capacity only, or with intentional reference on his part to his military capacity.







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