HC Deb 09 February 1899 vol 66 c328
MR. KILBRIDE (Galway, N.)

On behalf of the honorable Member for West Waterford I beg to ask Mr. Attorney General for Ireland, whether the list or lists of electors for each district electoral division under the Local Government (Ireland) Act, 1898, have to be treated as separate and distinct registers or parts of registers, for which, whether purchased singly or according to parliamentary polling districts or county electoral divisions, a payment of one shilling each must be demanded and paid under Form No. 30 in the Schedule to the Parliamentary Registration (Ireland) Act, 1885; and, whether the cost of copy of the register is thereby increased out of all proportion to the increase in the number of names on the register?


The facts appear to be as stated in the question. The matter is under consideration.