On Second Reading, Senator Ruane raised a question on this section as to what exactly it was possible to do under it. Unfortunately, I was not able to be here and, as we have not had the Official Debates, I do not know what the position is. I would like clarification of this section. The section reads:—
"The Minister may, with the consent of the Minister for Finance, and subject to regulations made under this section, make, out of moneys provided by the Oireachtas, to a person providing and installing in a dwelling-house a private water supply and sewerage facilities, a grant not exceeding £50, if——"
Does that presuppose the installation of both water and sewerage or, if a person desired to advance by slow stages and install a water supply first, is it possible to have portion of the grant made available to him? Under the schemes administered by the Department of Agriculture, as far as I know, the grant is made available only where the water supply is taken from springs or some supply that would be regarded as permanent. Is it possible for the owner of premises to trap water and provide a supply which he would regard as adequate or which the engineer operating under this scheme may regard as adequate, and secure portion of the grant under this section? While the section is clear in one sense, its full implications are not very clear.