HC Deb 05 May 1898 vol 57 cc411-2
MR. MACALEESE (Monaghan, N.)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, is he aware that a complaint was made to the Inspector General of Constabulary, in March last, to the effect that a man under the influence of drink, in the village of Drum, county Monaghan, had been supplied with a pint of whisky on the order of a policeman; did the Inspector General investigate the case; and what decision was arrived at?


The complaint mentioned in the Question was carefully inquired into by the Inspector General, who satisfied himself that there were no grounds for the allegation made.