Comyn, Michael

Wednesday, 13 December 1933

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 17 No. 28

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Finance (Customs and Excise Duties) Bill, 1933 (Certified Money Bill)—Committee Stage.

I am sorry to find myself in disagreement with Senator Brown in this matter. If the word “knowingly” is inserted it will be impossible to enforce the section, for every man will be entitled to say “W...More Button

That is the point. However, as Senator Brown thinks it is a penalty that could not be mitigated, I certainly would not undertake to differ from him, but my impression was that these excise penalties ...More Button

I may be wrong in this, but I was under the impression that this penalty could be mitigated to one-fourth, and still further mitigated by the Minister to any sum he thought proper. Moreover, I would ...More Button

The justice can reduce to one-fourth.More Button

Horse Breeding Bill, 1933—Committee Stage.

Senator Colonel Moore's amendment has one merit, namely, it is perfectly clear—“any stallion which is entered in a prescribed stud book shall for the purposes of this Act be deemed to be an exempted s...More Button

I have experience of another side of horse breeding and I do know that if a blood horse is found to be a weed, is found to be blemished or defective, is unable to win a race, the subsequent history of...More Button

I agree with the principle of this amendment, and I am sure the Minister is endeavouring to see how he can put into proper form the idea that is here set out. If any advocacy were necessary to induce...More Button

Is that what is in Senator Parkinson's mind? If it is, he has not argued it as he has argued the other part of his amendment.More Button

There may be applications under Section 5 other than applications which were provided for under Section 4 as it originally stood. Therefore, I think the amendment is in order.More Button

It appears to me that we are discussing Senator Parkinson's amendment. There is really very little between Senator Parkinson and the Minister, and I think it is quite possible for Senator Parkinson ...More Button

I submit that all these amendments are in order and should be debated as if the Minister and the Senator had come to an agreement.More Button

If the Minister is of opinion that a horse ought not to serve mares in this country surely that animal might be allowed to be deported, and the Minister might prescribe that the animal should be depor...More Button

If there is to be a conference between the Minister and Senator Brown, and it is most desirable that there should be such a conference, I think the Minister should be given whatever reasonable time he...More Button

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