THE POSTAL COMMISSION. - INTERPRETATION BILL, 1923—FOURTH STAGE.

I move that this Bill be received for final consideration. As the Dáil is aware, it was referred to a Special Committee, and as it has emerged, with the amendments that now appear upon the Paper, I think it might be taken as non-controversial.

I beg to second.

Question put and agreed to.

In the circumstances, I ask the leave of the Dáil to suspend the Standing Orders in order to take the Fifth Stage of the Interpretation Bill.

Agreed.

I move that the Bill do now pass.

Question put and agreed to.
Bill ordered to be sent to the Seanad.