§ MR. D. SULLIVAN (Westmeath, S.)
(for Mr. M'CARTAN) (Down, S.) asked the Secretary to the Treasury, Whether he is aware that there is no stamp distributor attached to the Land Commission Office at Dublin, and that persons requiring copies of orders or other documents there are obliged to pay the fees in stamps, and cannot obtain any stamps at the Land Commission Office; and, whether, considering the inconvenience and delay involved thereby, he will take into consideration the appointment of a stamp distributor at that Office?
§ THE SECRETARY (Mr. JACKSON) (Leeds, N.)
It is the fact that there is no stamp distributor at the Land Commission Office; but the necessary stamps can be obtained at the post office about 100 yards distant. This being so, I cannot believe that any serious inconvenience can arise; and as there are serious objections to the appointment of a stamp distributor within the office, I can hold out no hope that the suggestion of the hon. Member will be adopted.