DAIL IN COMMITTEE. - PRISONS (VISITING COMMITTEES) BILL, 1925—FROM THE SEANAD.

Amendment inserted:—
In Section 1, lines 12 and 13 deleted, and the following words substituted therefor:—
"the word ‘prison' means any prison under the control and management of the General Prisons Board and includes any part of such prison set apart for the confinement of any particular class of prisoner."

Might I ask the Dáil to accept the amendment made in the Seanad to the Prisons (Visiting Committees) Bill, 1925. It is simply a better and more considered definition of the word "prison" than appeared originally in the Bill. I move:

"That the Dáil agree with the Seanad in their amendment."

Question put and agreed to.