§ Bill, as amended, considered.
§ MR. MOONEY (Newry)
said he had handed in a drafting Amendment which was rendered necessary, he was sure, by an oversight in the drafting of the Bill. Clause 1 laid down that, licences must be issued by the Department, but if Clause 2 were allowed to pass in the form in which it stood, and it was desired to start a company in Ireland to carry on the industry they would have to come to London to register the company. He hoped the Amendment would be accepted. The Amendment was to add the words "or Ireland," in page 21, line 21, at the end.
§ *THE VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FOR IRELAND (Mr. T. W. RUSSELL,) Tyrone, S.
The words were inserted in Committee last night.