Income Tax Bill, 1966: First Stage.

Leave granted to introduce a Bill entitled an Act to consolidate enactments relating to income tax and sur-tax, including certain enactments relating also to corporation profits tax.
—(Minister for Finance).
The following certificate by the Attorney General was submitted:
In pursuance of Standing Order 108 of the Standing Orders of Dáil Éireann relative to public business, I, Colm Condon, Attorney General, hereby certify that the Income Tax Bill, 1966, is a Bill to consolidate enactments relating to income tax and sur-tax, including certain enactments relating also to corporation profits tax.
Dated 14th February, 1966.
COLM CONDON
Attorney General.

According to Standing Order 108, there must be a lapse of 28 days. The next Stage on 31st March.

This is only consolidation?

Second Stage ordered for Thursday, 31st March, 1966.