The Garda Síochána Act, 1924

Gárda Síochána Reward Fund.

18.—There shall be established in accordance with regulations to be made by the Minister for Finance a fund to be called the “Gárda Síochána Reward Fund,” which shall be administered in such manner as the Minister with the concurrence of the Minister for Finance may from time to time prescribe, for the reward or benefit of members of the Gárda Síochána, and there shall be paid into that Fund the following sums, viz.:—

(a) all disciplinary fines imposed on any member of the Gárda Síochána except fines imposed to meet damage caused by such member; and

(b) all fines, penalties, proportions of fines or penalties, and damages awarded by any court, judge, or justice or otherwise payable to any member of the Gárda Síochána on any summary conviction; and

(c) all fines and penalties and proportions of fines or penalties directed by or under any Act for the time being in force to be paid into the said Fund; and

(d) all fees allowed by law to be taken by members of the Gárda Síochána as ex officio inspectors of weights and measures in so far as such fees are not applicable to the payment of expenses incurred in carrying out the provisions of the Weights and Measures Acts; and

(e) all fines directed by this Act to be paid into the said Fund.