Order of Business.
What is the proposal with regard to Private Deputies' Business?
Obviously not to-day.
Finance (Customs Duties) (No. 3) Bill, 1932—First Stage.
This Bill will be circulated within half an hour.
If the House fixed the Second Reading provisionally for to-morrow the Deputy could raise an objection later.
Control of Manufactures Bill, 1932—From the Seanad.
Paragraphs 1 and 2 of page 219 are agreed to, but paragraphs 3 and 4 will necessitate alteration. The first two amendments are accepted.
That is not a matter of order but a question of interpretation.
Well, it has come from the Seanad; it is not our business.
I am accepting the interpretation that it is a consequential amendment and in order. Amendment No. 1 agreed to. Amendment No. 2 agreed to.
Constitution (Removal of Oath) Bill, 1932.
The Dáil has already, at a special sitting on July 22nd, 1932, been made acquainted with the contents of this Message. What action does the Government propose to take on it?
Financial Resolutions. - Financial Resolution No. 7—General.
I had intended to interrupt Deputy McGilligan only that he did not speak at any great length. The procedure when these Resolutions are before the House is to give the Resolutions on the day on which...
I do not know if the House desires to get this through before 8 o'clock.
Yes. But not a repetition of the debate, we presume.
Financial Resolutions. - Resolution No. 2.
On the policy or on the general Resolution?
Adjournment Debate. - Statement by President on London Conference.
Twice during the last Session I had to call the attention of Deputies to the fact that they are responsible for the conduct of visitors to whom they issue tickets.
If Deputies do not take steps to see that visitors in the Gallery do not interfere with the business of this House, drastic measures will be taken.