HC Deb 04 June 1913 vol 53 cc885-6
64. Mr. WATT

asked Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer what are the salaries paid annually to the personal officers of the ordinary judges of the Court of Appeal; how many such personal officers are there; whether any pensions are paid out of public money to any who formerly acted as such personal officers; and, if so, how much money is so paid, and to how many ex-officers?


Each ordinary judge of the Court of Appeal has attached to him a clerk with a salary of £400 a year, but with no title to pension.