Hayes, Michael

Tuesday, 5 July 1927

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 20 No. 5

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DENTISTS BILL, 1927—SECOND STAGE.

The Deputy can be answered in Committee. The point raised was a Committee point.More Button

It is practicable. Standing Order 84 deals with the point. The latter portion of that Standing Order states:— “Provided that the Dáil may, on motion made by the Deputy in charge of the Bill, commit ...More Button

When the Bill is taken in Committee of the Whole Dáil, Sections 23, 24 and 25 will be discussed. The Second Schedule could then, after that general Committee has been concluded, be referred to a Spec...More Button

I find nothing in the Standing Order to compel me to take the view that both motions must be taken together. Therefore, I shall allow the motion for the Special Committee for a part of the Bill to be ...More Button

IN COMMITTEE ON FINANCE. - VOTE 7—OLD AGE PENSIONS.

The Deputy will have to defend the cut at some other time. We cannot discuss the cut in the old age pensions or the need for putting the money back at this particular time. The Deputy is only free ...More Button

The Chair is confronted with an embarrassment of choice in regard to Cork Deputies. We will have to choose Cork men in the order which seems best at the moment. Deputy O'Gorman.More Button

resumed the Chair.More Button

IN COMMITTEE ON FINANCE. - VOTE 8—LOCAL LOANS.

That was a more appropriate place than this, because the Deputy in criticising the Act is out of order. If he criticises the Minister he is in order.More Button

I am afraid that is criticism of the House.More Button


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