Dáil Éireann - Volume 69 - 24 November, 1937

Constitution (Consequential Provisions) Bill, 1937—First Stage.

Leave granted to introduce a Bill entitled an Act to make divers provisions consequential on or incidental to the coming into operation of the Constitution [1156] of Ireland lately enacted by the people.—(The President).

Second Stage ordered for Wednesday, 1st December.

Mr. Dillon: When will this Bill be circulated?

The President: During the weekend. If not, I will not ask to have it taken next week.

Mr. Dillon: The President should remember that, as far as country Deputies are concerned, that means that they will not get it until Monday. In the city they may get it on Saturday.