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£400 a year on appointment increasing by £20 a year to £500. In the case of any county inspector appointed to that rank before the 1st day of September 1918, his yearly salary as from that date shall be calculated as if this schedule had been in operation at the time of his appointment.
|Class.||Length of Service of Class.||Yearly Pay.|
|1st class||6 years and upwards||340|
|3 to 6 years||315|
|Under 3 years||290|
|2nd class||5 years and upwards||240|
|Under 5 years||215|
|Rank.||Length of Service in Rank.||Weekly Pay.|
|Head Constable, Major||61|
|Head Constable||4 years and upwards||60|
|Under 4 years||56|
|Sergeant||4 years and upwards||51|
|Under 4 years||49|
|Constable||20 years and upwards||45|
|15 to 20 years||43|
|11 to 15 years||42|
|7 to 11 years||41|
|5 to 7 years||39|
|2 to 5 years||38|
|6 months to 2 years||36|
|Under 6 months||31|
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