Perhaps the House would permit me to intervene at this moment to clear up a point about the Order of Business as announced to-day. The matter is in connection with Item No. 2 on to-day's Order Paper—the Milk Bill. The Minister for Agriculture stated, when the Order of Business was being announced, that it was-proposed to take the Bill next week. What I want to mention to the House is that an arrangement had already been made with the various Parties to have that Bill taken to-morrow. It was a mistake on the part of the Minister for Agriculture to ask to have the Bill taken next week.
Milk (Regulation of Supply and Price) (Amendment) Bill, 1952—Order for Second Reading Discharged.
Is this customary?
I am sorry if I interrupted the Deputy. I thought it better to have the point cleared up now, and I intervened because I was under the impression that Deputy MacEoin had concluded.
The Chair understood that Deputy MacEoin had finished.
Is the House agreeable to discharge the Order in regard to Item No. 2 on to-day's Order Paper and have it put down for to-morrow? Is that agreed?
Is it customary to do that?
It has been done.
Order in regard to Item No. 2 discharged, the Bill to be taken to-morrow.