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37 1933

PUBLIC SERVICES (TEMPORARY ECONOMIES) ACT, 1933

SCHEDULE.

PART I.

Rates of Deduction from Salaries of Commissioned Officers in and Chaplains to the Defence Forces of Saorstát Eíreann.

Where the annual rate of salary does not exceed £100—4 per cent, per annum of the salary.

Where the annual rate of salary exceeds £100.

per cent.

 4 per annum from the first £100 of the annual rate of salary.

plus

  5

next £100 or part of £100 of the annual rate of salary

  6

£100

£100

  7

£100

£100

  8

£100

£100

  8½

£100

£100

  9

£100

£100

  9½

£100

£100

  9¾

£100

£100

10

£100

£100

15

£100

£100

17½

£100

£100

PART II.

Rates of Deduction from Salaries of Teachers in National Schools.

(a) From salaries of principal, and assistant, and lay-assistant teachers in National Schools.

Where the annual rate of salary

per cent.

Is

less

than

£175

5    per annum of the salary.

£200

but

not

less

than

£175

£225

£200

£250

£225

£275

£250

6

£300

£275

£325

£300

£350

£325

£375

£350

7

£400

£375

£425

£400

£450

£425

Is

£450 or more

8

In the case of scale salaries, the foregoing rates shall apply to the salary inclusive of bonus for special qualifications, but no deduction shall operate to bring, the reduced inclusive pay more than 2 per cent. below the minimum of the salary scale and no deduction shall operate to bring the salary (after deduction) payable to any teacher below the amount of the salary (after deduction) payable to any other teacher whose salary (before deduction) was at a lower point on the same salary scale than the salary (before deduction) of the first-mentioned teacher.

(b) 1 per cent. per annum from the salaries of untrained teachers with a scale maximum of £139 10s. 0d. per annum and from the salaries of junior assistant mistresses.

(c) 6 per cent. per annum from remuneration for cookery and laundry instruction and from personal allowances to teachers in Special Irish Schools outside the Gaeltacht and from personal allowances in lieu of fees formerly paid to teachers in scheduled bi-lingual schools.

(d) 6 per cent. per annum from special grants to teachers in Fíor-Ghaeltacht Schools, but in no individual case is the amount payable to be reduced below the minima prescribed for such grants.

PART III.

Rates of Deduction from Salaries of Persons employed in any capacity in a Preparatory College and of Persons employed in any civil capacity in the Public Service to whom none of the foregoing Parts of this Schedule Applies.

(a) From salaries for whole-time service:—

Where the annual rate of salary does not exceed £300—Nil.

exceeds £300 but does not exceed £400—

2 per cent. per annum of the salary.

Where the annual rate of salary exceeds £400:—

per cent.

2 per annum from the first £400 of the annual rate of salary.

plus

next £ 100 or part of £ 100 of the annual rate of salary

3

£ 100

£ 100

£ 100

£ 100

6

£ 100

£ 100

8

£ 100

£ 100

10

£ 100

£ 100

12½

£ 100

£ 100

15

£ 100

£ 100

17½

£ 100

£ 100

20

£ 100

£ 100

22½

£ 200

£ 200

plus 25 per cent, per annum from so much of the annual rate of salary as is in excess of £1,600.

In no case shall the annual rate of a salary be reduced by deduction to less than £300.

(b) From salaries, fees, commissions, and other remuneration for part-time or occasional service:—

(i) in the case of artisans and other skilled labourers and persons hired to perform only subordinate duties or ordinary labour—nil;

(ii) in all other cases—five per cent, of the full amount payable.

PART IV.

From capitation grants to Convent and Monastery Schools and Fosterage Schools—seven per cent. per annum.