Hayes, Michael

Thursday, 21 June 1923

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 3 No. 31

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CEISTEANNA—QUESTIONS. [ORAL ANSWERS.] - GARAGE OWNER'S ACCOUNT.

That is a separate question. It must be put down separately.More Button

CENSORSHIP OF FILMS BILL, 1923 - (FROM THE SEANAD).

On the matter of the Censorship of Films Bill, the Minister for Home Affairs has given notice of an amendment which he intends to move in lieu of the Seanad amendment, and of another amendment consequ...More Button

A Message will be sent to the Seanad accordingly.More Button

NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE BILL, 1923. - AMENDMENT FROM THE SEANAD.

The National Health Insurance Bill, about which there is considerable urgency, was considered by the Seanad, and an amendment was passed by the Seanad. Leave is being asked for the consideration of o...More Button

Does the first sentence mean that some authority, presumably the Insurance Commissioners, must decide that the Society has evaded its liabilities?More Button

The motion is that we agree with this amendment. Is the President withdrawing that motion?More Button

The position is that we have now no motion. The motion to agree with the amendment has been withdrawn. It is now necessary to have a motion that we do not agree with the Seanad on this amendment. T...More Button

Deputy Davin knows that has nothing to do with the motion.More Button

I would like to deprecate the practice in this Dáil of criticising the other House. It is quite a wrong practice, and should not be resorted to, and in this case it is only fair to point out that we ...More Button

A message will be sent accordingly.More Button

ESTIMATES FOR PUBLIC SERVICES. - DAIL IN COMMITTEE.

The Committee then is going to deal with group 4 now?More Button

ESTIMATES FOR PUBLIC SERVICES. - POST OFFICE VOTE.

Is the Postmaster-General going to make a statement now?More Button

We cannot have that on the motion which is before us to adjourn the discussion.More Button

Is the Postmaster-General going to make a statement?More Button

Very good. The motion is withdrawn.More Button

ESTIMATES FOR PUBLIC SERVICES. - RAILWAYS.

What is the point raised in regard to the Standing Orders?More Button

There is not much point in asking that the Standing Orders should be carried out. They should be carried out.More Button

That has nothing to do with the Estimate.More Button

Not at all. Shall I now put Vote 12—Railways?More Button

When I rise to put a motion I should not be interrupted, and if a Deputy wishes to speak on the Estimates, he should have the Estimates before him.More Button

The Deputy is late now. I am really straining a point in replying when I am putting a motion. Question put and agreed to.More Button


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