I move: —
Go ndeontar suim Bhreise ná raghaidh thar £10 chun íoctha an Mhuirir a thiocfaidh chun bheith iníoctha i rith na bliana dar críoch an 31adh lá de Mhárta, 1938, chun Tuarastail agus Costaisí i dtaobh Iascach Mara agus Intíre, maraon le hIldeontaisí-i-gCabhair.
That a Supplementary sum not exceeding £10 be granted to defray the Charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending 31st March, 1938, for Salaries and Expenses in connection with Sea and Inland Fisheries, including sundry Grants-in-Aid.
There are just three or four items in this, which are not of very much importance financially. First of all there is Sea Fisheries Protection. We did not know at the time of bringing in the main Estimate that we would succeed in getting a second cruiser. We did succeed in that, and the extra cost under that heading is £5,050. Under the Whale Fisheries Act there is an expenditure of £705 which we did not anticipate, but if Deputies will look at Appropriations-in-Aid they will find that we take in £2,100 under the same Act by collecting fees for the registration of ships. Those ships are now whaling somewhere in the Pacific, and we had to put officers on them to look after our interests. There is an extra cost of £705 and income of £2,100. The other item is a small one of £108. The Government owns fishery rights on a small river, the Owenea, in Donegal. There was a small erosion on that river which had to be repaired at a cost of £108.