§ Mr. Liddall
asked the Secretary of State for War what age-limits apply to members of the Army Officers' Emergency Reserve desiring transfer to the Regular or the Territorial Army Reserve of Officers; and will he make it possible for all who have previously held commissions who desire to transfer, to be able to do so?
§ Sir V. Warrender
Members of the Army Officers' Emergency Reserve who have previously held a commission in the Regular Forces, Indian Military Forces, Militia, Special Reserve of Officers, Supplementary Reserve of Officers, Bermuda Militia Artillery, King's Own Malta Regiment of Militia, King's Own Malta Regiment, Territorial Army (including Territorial Force) or a temporary commission in the New Armies during the the war 1914–19 are eligible for consideration for appointment to the Regular Army Reserve of Officers and Territorial Army Reserve of Officers provided that their services have been satisfactory throughout, they are medically fit, and their age does not exceed the limits laid down below:
Class I. Class II. Years. Years. Second lieutenant 30 40 Lieutenant 30 40 Captain 35 45 Major 40 45 Lieut.-Colonel 45 50