§ Mr. RAFFAN
asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Munitions (1) whether the manager of the Carlisle and district area in Cumberland under the Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic) devotes his whole time to the duties of that office, or whether he performs any other work of a public character; and, if so, what is the nature of this extraneous work and what proportion of his time is devoted to it; (2) what proportion of the salary of the manager of the Carlisle and district area in Cumberland, under the Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic), is paid from the receipts in that area, and what proportion from other sources; during what period has the balance been so paid; what are the separate amounts; and from what sources have they been provided?
§ Mr. KELLAWAY
I am advised by the Central Control Board that the general manager for the Carlisle and district area devotes his whole time to the service of the Board. His whole salary is paid from the Board's funds, and since his appointment as general manager it has been charged against the revenue account of the Board's Carlisle undertaking. He continues to hold the office of Assessor to the Board for England and Wales, an office to which he had been appointed prior to the inception of the Carlisle undertaking, but he receives no separate salary in respect of this office.