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Dáil Éireann debate -
Wednesday, 30 May 1928

Vol. 23 No. 19


The Dáil went into Committee on Finance.

I beg to move:—

"Go bhfuil sé oiriúnach a údarú go n-íocfar amach as airgead a sholáthróidh an tOireachtas aon chostaisí fé n-a raghfar chun aon Acht do chur in éifeacht a rithfar sa tSiosón so chun socrú breise agus socrú níos fearr do dhéanamh chun cur coillte do chur ar aghaidh agus chun an Forestry Act, 1919, do leasú chun na críche sin, chun srian do chur le leaga crann, agus chun socruithe eile do dhéanamh a bhaineas leis na nithe sin.

That it is expedient to authorise the payment out of moneys provided by the Oireachtas of any expenses incurred in carrying into effect any Act of the present Session to make further and better provision for promoting afforestation and for that purpose to amend the Forestry Act, 1919, to restrict the felling of trees, and to make other provisions connected therewith.

Most of the provisions of the Bill deal with administration, and it is anticipated that the additional expenditure involved—through increased staff in connection with inspections and other matters that will arise out of the passage of the Bill, and the travelling expenses and incidental expenditure— will amount to about £2,500 per annum.

Motion agreed to.
The Dáil went out of Committee.
Resolution reported.
Question—"That the Dáil agree with the Committee in the Resolution"—put and agreed to.