1 Alteration of rates of pay in certain ranks of the Royal Irish Constabulary and Dublin Metropolitan Police. E+W+S+N.I.
(1)The pay of county inspectors and district inspectors of the Royal Irish Constabulary shall be according to the rates specified in Part. of the First Schedule to this Act instead of the respective rates fixed in pursuance of section two of the M1Constabulary (Ireland) Amendment Act, 1882, or specified in Part I. of the First Schedule to the M2Constabulary and Police (Ireland) Act, 1916 (in this Act referred to as “the Act of 1916”).
(2)The pay of constables of the Royal Irish Constabulary shall be according to the rates specified in Part II. of the First Schedule to this Act instead of the rates specified in Part II. of the First Schedule to the Act of 1916.
(3)The pay of constables of the Dublin Metropolitan Police shall be according to the rates specified in the Second Schedule to this Act instead of the rates specified in the Second Schedule to the Act of 1916.
(4)Subject to the provisions of this Act any enactment relative to the pay of county inspectors, district inspectors or constables shall apply to pay at the rates authorised by this Act in like manner as it applies to pay at the rates actually in force at the passing of this Act.
(5)The schedule to the Constabulary (Ireland) Amendment Act, 1882 (so far as unrepealed), section one of the Act of 1916 and the First and Second Schedules to that Act are hereby repealed.
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