Committee on Finance. - Vote 16—Superannuation and Retired Allowances.

Thursday, 8 April 1937

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 66 No. 4

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[600]Mr. Derrig: Information on Thomas Derrig  Zoom on Thomas Derrig  I move:—

Go ndeontar suim ná raghaidh thar £295,975 chun slánuithe na suime is gá chun íoctha an Mhuirir a thiocfaidh chun bheith iníoctha i rith na bliana dar críoch an 31adh lá de Mhárta, 1938, chun Pinsean, Aois-Liúntais, Cúitimh, agus Liúntaisí agus Aiscí, breise agus eile, fé Reachtanna Iolardha (4 agus 5 Will. 4, c. 24; 22 Vict., c. 26; 50 agus 51 Vict., c. 67; 55 agus 56 Vict., c. 40; 6 Edw. 7, c. 58; 9 Edw. 7, c. 10; 4 agus 5 Geo. 5, c. 86; 9 agus 10 Geo. 5, c. 67 agus c. 68; 10 agus 11 Geo. 5, c. 36; Uimh. 1 de 1922; Uimh. 34 de 1923; Uimh. 7 de 1925; Uimh. 27 de 1926; Uimh. 11 agus Uimh. 36 de 1929; Uimh. 9 de 1934; Uimh. 39 de 1936, etc.); agus chun Pinsean, Liúntaisí agus Aiscí nách cinn Reachtúla agus a dheon an tAire Airgid; Tuarastail an Dochtúra Réitigh agus corr-tháillí do Dhochtúirí, etc.

That a sum not exceeding £295,975 be granted to complete the sum necessary to defray the Charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1938, for Pensions, Superannuation, Compensation, and additional and other Allowances and Gratuities under Sundry Statutes (4 and 5 Will. 4, c. 24; 22 Vict., c. 26; 50 and 51 Vict., c. 67; 55 and 56 Vict., c. 40; 6 Edw. 7, c. 58; 9 Edw. 7, c. 10; 4 and 5 Geo. 5, c. 86; 9 and 10 Geo. 5, c. 67 and c. 68; 10 and 11 Geo. 5, c. 36; No. 1 of 1922; No. 34 of 1923; No. 7 of 1925; No. 27 of 1926; No. 11 and No. 36 of 1929; No. 9 of 1934; No. 39 of 1936, etc.); Extra Statutory Pensions, Allowances and Gratuities awarded by the Minister for Finance; the Salary of the Medical Referee and occasional fees to Doctors, etc.

Mr. Flinn: Information on Hugh Victor Flinn  Zoom on Hugh Victor Flinn  This year the amount provided under this Estimate is £443,975, which shows a decrease of £16,567. The heading of the Vote itself is very widely descriptive of its purpose. Normally, this Vote varies from year to year, and this year [601] the reduction of £16,565 is mainly accounted for by the necessity for a reduced provision for compensation allowances under Article 10 of the Treaty, due to the deaths of beneficiaries, and a reduction in the number of awards falling to be made.

Vote put and agreed to.


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