Fahy, Frank

Wednesday, 12 June 1935

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 57 No. 1

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As the House is aware, Private Deputies may not move amendments which actually impose a charge or are of the nature of increases of charge actually or potentially on State funds. For this reason many...More Button

If it is relevant to the section.More Button

I take it amendment No. 7 is not being moved?More Button

We will take Section 21 as agreed, and go on to Section 22. Question proposed: “That Section 22 stand part of the Bill.”More Button

That will apply to amendments Nos. 52, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63 and 64. Amendment No. 51 not moved. Amendments Nos. 52, 53 and 54 not moved.More Button

Is the amendment withdrawn?More Button

In Committee on Finance. - Finance Bill, 1935—Second Stage.

That was not the Minister for Finance.More Button

Of the Minister for Finance?More Button

It is not permissible in the debate on the Finance Bill to discuss detailed matters that should properly arise on the relevant Estimates.More Button

The Deputy has referred to 21 heads of production. Surely he does not propose to go into the figures relating to all those categories. The Estimate for Industry and Commerce will soon be before the Co...More Button

On the Second Stage, a Deputy is entitled to state what provisions he would like to see in the Bill.More Button

It does not come within the ambit of the Bill.More Button

We are dealing with a concrete Bill, not a hypothetical one.More Button

The Chair has no knowledge of that.More Button

The matter is one for the Minister. It certainly is a most unusual procedure for the Minister to depart without leaving a colleague in charge.More Button

It is hardly worth the Deputy's while, seeing that it is now 10.26 p.m.More Button

The Chair has some sympathy with the Deputy.More Button

The House will rise within four minutes.More Button


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