§ 78. Mr. GINNELL
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland if he will say at what date Mr. Moloney, K.C., first became a Law Officer of the Crown in Ireland or legal adviser of any Government Department there; what Department; whether he is now Director of Public Prosecutions in Ireland; and, if not, whether he is consulted by, or has any authority over, that official?
§ The CHIEF SECRETARY for IRELAND (Mr. Birrell)
Mr. Moloney was appointed Solicitor-General for Ireland on 1172 25th June, 1912. He is not Director of Public Prosecutions. That office does not exist in Ireland. The duties are discharged by the Attorney-General.