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   Upon offering himself for service with the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force, every new recruit was required to present himself for attestation. The Attestation Paper he signed was a contract of enlistment in which the recruit declared an oath of allegiance to King George the Fifth and agreed to serve in any arm of the service for the duration of the war between Great Britain and Germany.

106 Meek, Earl Stanley
107 Molyneux, Harold Arthur Sydney
108 Moore, Hugh Fitzgerald
109 Mulock, Redford Henry
110 Mustard, Ernest Andrew
111 Palliser, Arthur John
112 Parlee, Medley Kingdon
113 Paul, Carrick Stewart
114 Pentland, Alexander Augustus Norman Dudley
115 Phillipps, Roy Cecil
116 Puffer, Stanley Asa
117 Quigley, Frank Granger
118 Ray, Lewis Hector
119 Richards, Cecil Roy
120 Richardson, Lancelot Lytton
 
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