§ MR. T. M. HEALY
asked the Solicitor General for Ireland whether the office of Chief Receiver, to which Mr. Edward Murphy has been really appointed, is a new office; under what section or sections precisely of the Landed Estates Act or Judicature Act was the appointment made; out of what fund is Mr. Murphy paid his salary, and will his salary appear upon the Estimates; and, is it the fact that a new additional Stamp Duty was imposed upon the suitors for the purpose of producing funds for payment of his salary?
§ THE SOLICITOR GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. MADDEN,) University of Dublin
The temporary Chief Receivership to which Mr. Edward Murphy has been appointed is a new office. The appointment was made pursuant to the 9th Section of the Landed Estates Court Act and the 73rd Section of the Judicature Act. Mr. Murphy's salary will be met out of a fund created by the imposition of an additional Stamp Duty on the Receiver's Account, pursuant to the 84th Section of the Judicature Act. The salary will appear upon the Estimates.