§ Mr. KERR-SMILEY
asked how much of the money voted by Parliament for the medical and dental treatment and inspection of Irish school children was returned to the Treasury on the 31st March, 1913; how much was locally raised for that purpose; and what places have schemes for utilising the Grant?
§ Mr. BIRRELL
The Commissioners of National Education inform me that £7,236 17s. 6d. was returned to the Exchequer out of the Vote for 1912–13 for the purposes of dental inspection in schools. For that purpose £276 12s. 6d. was locally raised. The following places have adopted schemes of dental inspection of children of national schools: Dublin; Belfast; Limerick; Cork; Antrim; Naas; Galway; Rathgar and Terenure, county Dublin; Howth, county Dublin; Bushmills, county Antrim; Grange, county Wexford; Milford, county Armagh; Whitehouse, county Antrim; Bagnor, county Down; Derry, loran and Oldtown, county Tyrone; Tyrrellspass, county Westmeath; Seagoe, county Armagh; Forkill-Jackson, county Armagh; Killegney, county Wexford; St. Catherine's, New Ross; Carlow; Kingstown, county Dublin; Drumragh and Gillygooly, county Tyrone Newtownbreda,, county Down; Sion Mills, county Tyrone; Loughcutra, county Galway.