§ "Section 6 of the Appellate Jurisdiction Act, 1876, shall, as respects any Lord of Appeal in Ordinary appointed after the passing of this Act, have effect as if the amount of the salary mentioned therein were £5,000 instead of £6,000, and Section 7 of the same Act shall, as respects any Lord of Appeal so appointed, have effect as if the amount of pension therein mentioned were £3,500."
§ Clause brought up, and read the first time.
§ Sir RUFUS ISAACS
On a point of Order. I wish to ask whether this new Clause is in order? We have already, in an earlier Clause, provided that the salary and pension shall be the same as that which is provided under Section 6 of the Appellate Jurisdiction Act, 1876, and, therefore, it cannot be in order to provide 2217 in a new Clause that the salary should be £5,000 instead of £6,000.
§ The DEPUTY-CHAIRMAN
I think that is so, and the Clause moved by the hon. Member is not in order.
Bill reported, with Amendments; as amended, considered; read the third time, and passed.