§ MR. HAZLETON
To ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland what are the salaries of the two county inspectors of the Royal Irish Constabulary at present stationed in County Galway; what allowances they received during the financial year, with the cost of the same; and what was the expense incurred by them in mileage and travelling.
(Answered by Mr. Birrell.) The present salary of, the county inspector of the East Riding, of County Galway is £390 per annum, and that of the county inspector of the West Riding is £450 per annum. The annual allowances in each case are as follows:—lodging, £50; horse, £50; servant, £45; office, £18 5s.; stationery, £10; making a total of £173 5s. The accounts and vouchers showing the expenses incurred by these officers in 1907–8 for subsistence and travelling are before the Comptroller and Auditor-General. The figures are not therefore immediately available.