Juries Act, 1927

Heating and refreshments for jurors.

61.—(1) The jurors sworn for the trial of any issue shall, on the direction of the Judge, at any time before giving their verdict, be allowed the use of a fire when out of court and also be allowed to obtain reasonable refreshments.

(2) When jurors are allowed the use of a fire under this section such fire shall be provided by the proper officer of the Court and the expenses thereof shall be paid out of moneys to be provided by the Oireachtas.