I remind Members that a decision was taken on amendment No. 16. Amendment No. 17 in the names of Deputies Sherlock, Grealish, Scanlon, Aylward, Fitzpatrick, Breathnach, O'Keeffe, Nolan, Fitzmaurice, Michael Collins, McLoughlin, Deering and Burke has been discussed with amendment No. 16.
Public Health (Alcohol) Bill 2015: Report Stage (Resumed)
I move amendment No. 17:
In page 17, to delete line 7 and substitute the following:
(a) directional signage, an advertisement, or any other commercial communication, relating to the promotion of a visitor centre owned by a licenced manufacturer of alcohol products which may or may not attach to a premises licensed for the manufacture of alcohol products,
(b) special interest and trade publications, or
(c) airside travel retail.”.
Deputy Sherlock wants us to withdraw his name from the amendment. Will the Deputies claiming a division, please, rise?
As fewer than ten Members have risen, I declare the amendment lost. In accordance with Standing Order 72, the names of the Deputies dissenting will be recorded in the Journal of the Proceedings of the Dáil.
I move amendment No. 18:
In page 17, to delete lines 14 and 15.
Will the Deputies claiming a division please rise?
As fewer than ten Members have risen I declare the amendment lost. In accordance with Standing Order 72 the names of the Deputies dissenting will be recorded in the Journal of the Proceedings of the Dáil.