HC Deb 09 July 1900 vol 85 cc964-5

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether he will grant a Return giving the names of persons convicted, since the Local Government (Ireland) Act came into operation, of having acted or voted as members of county or district councils or boards of guardians when disqualified under the orders issued by virtue of the Act, showing the names of the prosecutors, the number of offences alleged against each defendant in the summons, the amount of the fine or penalty inflicted for each offence, and the date of the conviction by the court of summary jurisdiction.


There is no official record of the prosecutions referred to, but the information could, of course, be obtained from the clerks of petty sessions. If the hon. Member so desires I will have the Return put in hand, and will forward it to him when completed.