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Army—Militia Fines—Question

Volume 218: debated on Friday 27 March 1874

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asked the Secretary of State for War, How it is proposed to apply the fines for drunkenness and absence in the Militia, of which only £22 3s. 6d. are accounted for in the Appropriation Accounts of 1872–3 out of£1,650 5s. 11d.?

, in reply, said, he found it had been decided before he came into office that a committee of officers should be appointed to consider how the surplus in question should be applied.