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(1)In paragraph (2) of the Third Schedule to the Constabulary and Police (Ireland) Act, 1914 (in this Act referred to as “the Act of 1914”), fifty pounds shall be substituted for thirty pounds as the maximum allowance that may be granted to the widow of a county inspector of district inspector of the Royal Irish Constabulary under section two of that Act.
(2)Where a county inspector or district inspector of the Royal Irish Constabulary without his own default loses his life from the effect of an injury received in the execution of his duty, the allowance granted to his widow under section two of the Act of 1914 may be in excess of the maximum amount fixed for such allowance in the Third Schedule to that Act as amended by this Act, so that the excess be not in any case greater than one half of that maximum amount.
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