There is only one comment I would like to make on this decree, and I think it ought to have a wider significance. I think it ought to apply to the Dáil itself; that any man receiving a salary or any man who could be called a wholetime official in any Department of the Dáil ought not be a member of the Dáil at the same time. I think it is a practice that does not lead to good Government or to the most effective work. I think that any man who accepts a whole time paid position under the Dáil ought be prepared to resign his membership of this body, or else the position he holds. It is not right or proper for men to occupy a dual position. I do not refer to men who occupy positions as members of the Government, because they are giving their whole time to the work of the Government. I think there is a difference between occuping the position—a Cabinet position, say, and the Inspector of some Department under the Local Government Board. A man might be an Inspector, or in the Home Affairs Department, or something of that kind. I do not think that would be right or proper, and it would be well if the Cabinet, present or future, would bear that in mind in making any appointment. I do not know whether it is relevant. I think it is relevant. And I certainly think it is a matter that ought to occupy the attention of this or any future Government— that no member of the Dáil should occupy a wholetime salaried post (except such a man is a member of the Ministry). No man should occupy such a position and remain a member of Dáil Éireann.