After looking into this
amendment carefully, I have decided that it is out of order, as it contemplates a larger expenditure of money than was provided for in the original resolution, which received the assent of His Royal Highness. The amendment reads:
5. Subsection (c) of section 18 of the principal Act is repealed,' and the following substituted therefor:
(c) No judge of a county court shall receive any travelling allowance for courts or chambers held at the county town of the county or union of counties wherein he resides-provided, however, that this subsection shall not apply to any such judge residing at a town (other than the county town) at which the volume of court or chamber work done Is established to the satisfaction of the Minister of Justice to be as great or greater than that done at the county town.
Therefore, for the reason giw^t. I rule this amendment out of order. Uu question is now on the third reading of the Bill.