'* Bell-bv Mr. Sproule-asked :
A* ir- the practice of the Department of 5a and Defence to reimburse officers who
have been required to procure certain uniforms, when ihe style and colours of such uniforms are afterwards changed by regulation, thus necessitating a change of dress ?
2 Are khaki uniforms still worn in the active militia ; and if so, in what regiments, and under what conditions ?
3 What dress regulations exist at present for the active militia ?
ISir FREDERICK BORDEN (Minister of Militia and Defence) :
1. No. , .2. Khaki uniforms are regulation for permanent and city corps, and will be issued as supplies become available. It has been decided not to issue this dress to the rural corps for the present, but officers of these corps who have got the dress will be permitted to wear it out. _3. Dress regulations are contained ill Regulations and Orders, 1898, and such changes as have been made since then have been pro.-mulgated in General Orders.