No. 56 NAI CAB 1/4
Dublin, 27 May 1932
10. Ottawa Conference: Composition of delegation
It was agreed that the delegation should be composed as follows:
The Minister for Industry and Commerce,
The Minister for Agriculture,
Two Labour Advisers: Senator Johnson and Mr. Norton.
One Industrial Adviser,
One Agricultural Adviser.
Six Civil Service Advisers:
Messrs McElligott, Moynihan, Walshe, Leydon, Meyrick, Dulanty.
Three Financial Experts:
Messrs J. Brennan (Chairman of the Currency Commission),
T. Clery (Revenue Commissioners),
A.W. Bayne (Department of Finance).
Two Industrial Experts:
Messrs R.C. Geary (Statistics Branch, Department of Industry and Commerce)
J. Connell (Department of Industry and Commerce).
Two Agricultural Experts:
Messrs J.M. Adams (Agricultural Director),
D. Twomey (Senior Inspector of Live Stock).
One General Secretary:
Mr. Fahy (Department of External Affairs).
One Clerical Officer,
The selection of a third Minister and the appointment of Chairman were left over for consideration at a later meeting.
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