SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATE. - CREAMERY BILL, 1928—MONEY RESOLUTION.

The Dáil went into Committee on Finance.

I 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 do dhéanamh chun Gnó na Déiríochta agus daoine agus comhar-chumainn a bhíonn ag gabhail do san do rialáil agus do stiúra níos éifeachtúla maidir le nithe áirithe d'fhonn an Gnó san d'ath-chó-ghléasa níos fearr agus i gcóir nithe eile a bhaineann leis an ath chó-ghléasa san.

That it is expedient to authorise payment, out of moneys to be provided by the Oireachtas, of any expenses incurred in carrying into effect any Act of the present Session to make provision for the more effective regulation and control in certain respects of the Dairying Industry and persons and co-operative societies engaged therein with a view to the better re-organisation of that Industry and for other matters connected with such re-organisation.

This is the Money Resolution in connection with the Creamery Bill. The expenses which will arise in connection with the passage of that Bill will be trivial. They will be confined to the printing of a few forms and to certain visits of inspection to the creameries by the officers of the Department.

Question put and agreed to.
Resolution ordered to be reported.
The Dáil went out of Committee.
Resolution reported and agreed to.