O'Kelly, Seán T.

Thursday, 11 April 1929

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 29 No. 2

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Public Business. - Vote No. 41—General Register Office.

There was another point raised last year by Deputy Holt. It concerned the cost of certificates. So far as I recollect, he mentioned that the cost was now 5/1, whereas under the old regime it used to ...More Button

Public Business. - Vote No. 42—Dundrum Asylum.

One point occurs to me. I notice that at the end of the Estimate there is a small note concerning moneys received from Northern Ireland. I was wondering if that meant that there are housed in that i...More Button

If that is so, perhaps the Minister could say at what rate they are charged. Taking the Estimate as a whole and taking the total expenses and the number of patients, it works out at a sum of £140 a y...More Button

How many Northern Ireland patients would there be?More Button

Public Business. - Vote No. 43—National Health Insurance.

I noticed that in this Estimate the item for salaries, wages and allowances has been reduced. If I remember aright, there was considerable discussion on the cost of administration of this Department ...More Button

Public Business. - Vote No. 44—Hospitals and Infirmaries.

I had a good deal to say on this subject last year, and while there has been a reduction of £2,298 on the Estimate this year, it does not get over what I had in mind in raising the subject last year, ...More Button

It gets £6,200. I have heard its name, but I do not know why the hospital is entitled to a grant of £6,200. I see no reason why this House should single out that hospital merely because a British Co...More Button

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