§ Mr. VINCENT KENNEDY
asked the Attorney-General for Ireland if he will say whether the official solicitor for lunacy in Scotland is paid a salary; what is the salary paid to the official solicitor in England; will he consider the advisability of assimilating the practice in respect of remuneration in Ireland and England; and, if necessary, will he make suitable representations in the proper quarter?
§ The ATTORNEY-GENERAL for IRELAND (Mr. Redmond Barry)
There is no paid official solicitor for lunacy in Scotland. I am not aware of the amount of the salary paid to the official solicitor in England. I have had inquiries made, and I do not think there is any reason for making a change in the practice existing in Ireland.