Hayes, Michael

Tuesday, 30 June 1925

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 12 No. 16

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ORDER OF BUSINESS.

The Arterial Drainage Bill has been received, with amendments, from the Seanad, and should appear on the Order Paper. The amendments to the Bill have been circulated to Deputies and it will be necess...More Button

It has become the custom to make an order to sit later than 8.30 with adjournment for tea, and to take the motion for adjournment not later than 10.30 for the consideration of the business on the Orde...More Button

No. If leave is given to introduce a Supplementary Estimate, it will not rule out the amendment to the Money Resolution, No.3. That is to say, the amendment will not be ruled out on that ground, if ...More Button

That would be a problem for the Minister.More Button

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE. - MONEY RESOLUTION—AGRICULTURAL GRANT.

I have the message here. The message can be communicated to the Dáil, if the Dáil so desires. The question of the effect of the message on our deliberations is a different one. If the Minister, for...More Button

Could the Dáil not be told the terms of the message even before it takes that action?More Button

In other words, if the message is invoked to rule some discussion out of order the message ought to be communicated? Would that satisfy Deputy Johnson? Is that his point?More Button

I am not sure that I understand it. However, the Money Resolution is a question for the Dáil itself; the message is a different thing. If the message be invoked to prevent any particular kind of ame...More Button

The question the Minister raised is different altogether from the question of how the Governor-General's message, which is really the message of the Executive Council, should be drafted for the purpos...More Button

The Deputy is not making a definite bargain in this amendment.More Button

Before the Deputy moves this amendment, may I ask whether he thinks that the resolution as proposed to be amended would make any provision for the money?More Button

How?More Button

Where would the money be provided? The Minister proposes to provide the money on a Supplementary Estimate. Where would the Deputy provide the money?More Button

In what way could the Bill be amended to make it fall in with this? If this amendment were adopted what amendment would be necessary to the Bill?More Button

I want to see that this amendment has a meaning. The Minister's scheme will produce money. There is no doubt about that. The Deputy is putting up an alternative scheme, but will that alternative sch...More Button

What will the amendment be? The Deputy must have given consideration to the matter before moving an amendment dealing with public money. He must have considered the whole scheme and he must have som...More Button

What moneys? This matter is so simple I cannot explain it. The Deputy is proposing to get money out of the Central Fund. What money and how much money?More Button

That involves a series of amendments which should be ready. The Deputy must have definite proposals showing what is amended, and he should have the amendments clearly drafted for the consideration of...More Button

I would like the Deputy to understand that we should not have amendments dealing with money resolutions unless all their ramifications are considered. It is a waste of time and is improper procedure....More Button

The Clerk and the staff of the Dáil are for the service of Deputies, and I have never heard that any Deputy who applied for any assistance which could reasonably be given has any cause for complaint. ...More Button

I feel Deputy Connor Hogan was quite right when he said he had no intention of wasting the time of the House. He wanted, whether successful or not, to put a particular point of view as he says, but t...More Button

DAIL IN COMMITTEE. - LOCAL GOVERNMENT (RATES ON AGRICULTURAL LAND) BILL, 1925—THIRD STAGE.

No. The title is a different thing. SECTION 2, SUB-SECTION (2). “Subject to the provisions of this Act, the supplementary grant shall for the purposes of any enactment be deemed to form part of the a...More Button

DAIL RESUMES. - NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE BILL, 1925—FINAL STAGES.

This notice was on the Order Paper on Friday, as a notice of motion. There were two notices on the Paper that day.More Button

What is the urgency in the mind of the Minister for taking the Fourth and Fifth Stages to-day?More Button

The urgency is the approaching close of the Session, I suppose. Question put and agreed to. Bill received for final consideration and passed.More Button

DAIL RESUMES. - SHOP HOURS (DRAPERY TRADES, DUBLIN AND DISTRICTS) BILL, 1925 (SENATE)—SECOND STAGE.

We are not discussing the Bill. We are discussing when we are to take the Committee Stage. Is it agreed that the Bill be taken on Friday? Does Deputy O'Máille take exception to next Friday?More Button

Are we meeting on Tuesday?More Button

The answer is, that it is proposed that the Bill should be taken through its stages before the adjournment for the Summer. If that adjournment is to be on Friday, and if there is to be no business nex...More Button

I think it would mean general agreement on Friday. Objection on Friday would prevent the Fourth and Fifth Stages from being taken.More Button

DAIL IN COMMITTEE. - OIL IN NAVIGABLE WATERS BILL, 1925—SECOND STAGE.

When is the Third Stage being taken?More Button

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE. - ESTIMATES FOR PUBLIC SERVICES. VOTE NO. 51—OFFICE OF THE MINISTER FOR INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE.

Is the Minister for Industry and Commerce going to make a general statement?More Button

We can take one Vote and let the discussion be general, since railways are involved in the policy of the Minister. It is the administration of a particular Act that is involved all the time.More Button

resumed the Chair.More Button

There would have to be a special motion on Vote 54 before the whole question would arise.More Button

in the Chair.More Button

took the Chair.More Button

The Deputy has succeeded in introducing it now.More Button


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