Liffey Reservoir Act, 1936

Protection of fisheries.

16.—In the execution of the Liffey works it shall not be obligatory on the Board or any contractor employed by the Board to comply with the Fisheries Acts, 1842 to 1935, but the Board shall take and make or, in the case of works executed for it by a contractor, procure that the contractor shall take and make such precautions and provisions as the Minister, after consultation with the Minister for Agriculture, shall consider adequate for the protection of and avoidance of injury to fisheries during or in consequence of the construction of the Liffey works unless the Minister after such consultation is satisfied that such protection cannot be afforded or such injury cannot be avoided without substantial detriment to the Liffey works or substantial hindrance to or substantial increase in the cost of their construction.