Order of Business.
This does not arise on the Order of Business.
I will have to ask the Senator to resume his seat.
I am sorry, the Senator will have to resume his seat.
The Senator may put down a motion on the matter. I am calling on the Leader of the House.
Bankruptcy Bill, 1982: Message from Dáil.
Dáil Éireann has made the following Order:— That the Bankruptcy Bill, 1982, be referred to the Joint Committee on Legislation pursuant to paragraph (1) (e) of that Committee's Orders of Reference.
Funds of Suitors Bill, 1984: Committee and Final Stages.
I am putting the question: “That the words proposed to be deleted stand part of the Bill.”
Will those Senators who are demanding a division please rise? Senators B. Ryan and Ross rose. Question put and declared carried. Amendment declared lost.
In accordance with Standing Order No. 53 the names of the Senators dissenting will be recorded in the Journal of the proceedings of the Seanad.
Will the Leader of the House inform us if it is proposed to adjourn for tea?
Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill, 1983: Committee and Final Stages.
Amendments Nos. 3 and 4 are similar and may be taken together.
Amendment No. 6 is not relevant to the Bill. It is out of order.
It is not relevant to the Bill because the Bill deals with penalties.
Now you have it said.
You are not in order either.
Misuse of Drugs Bill, 1984: Second Stage.