Connaught Rangers (Pensions) Act, 1936

Travelling expenses and subsistence.

20.—(1) Payments for travelling expenses and for subsistence allowance may, in accordance with regulations made under sub-section (2) of this section, be made by the Minister, out of moneys provided by the Oireachtas, to applicants for wound pensions, wound gratuities and disability pensions when attending in the city or county of Dublin for medical examination by direction of the Army Pensions Board and to persons attending in the city or county of Dublin as witnesses before the Army Pensions Board pursuant to a summons by the Army Pensions Board.

(2) The Minister may, with the consent of the Minister for Finance, by order make regulations prescribing the amounts of the payments which may be made for travelling expenses and subsistence allowance under the immediately preceding sub-section and the circumstances in which and conditions under which such payments may be made.