Skip to main content

Superannuation Act, 1914 (Approved Employment)

Volume 235: debated on Wednesday 26 February 1930

The text on this page has been created from Hansard archive content, it may contain typographical errors.

asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury what appointments in Great Britain have been recognised as approved employment within the meaning of Section 4 of the Superannuation Act, 1914, since 1st January, 1924?

The following appointments have been so recognised: junior professional assistant, Meteorological Office; engineer grade II, and technical assistant, His Majesty's Signal School; chief inspector, Hull Education Authority; inspector, Birmingham Education Authority; chief inspector of schools, district inspector of schools, assistant inspector of schools, and inspector of handicraft, London County Council; chief assistant, Public Assistance Department, London County Council; assistant secretary Poor Persons Committee, Law Society; the secretary and the assistant secretary, Central Electricity Board; ex-officio director of Anglo-Persian Oil Company; clerk to receiver and agent, Greenwich Hospital; the chief executive officer and the secretary, Travel Association of Great Britain; mining engineer to Safety in Mines Research Board.