§ (1) Any pension granted on account of service in Ireland as Lord Chancellor or other judge of the existing Supreme Court or of any court consolidated into that court, or as a County Court Judge, or as an Irish officer in an established capacity in the Civil Service of the Crown, or as an officer or constable of the Dublin Metropolitan Police, or Royal Irish Constabulary, and payable at the appointed day, or in the case of an officer or constable of the Dublin Metropolitan Police or Royal Irish Constabulary at the date of transfer, shall be paid out of the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom or the growing produce thereof, if charged on that fund at the time of the passing of this Act, and out of moneys provided by the Parliament of the United Kingdom if so payable at that time, and shall be made good by means of deductions from the Irish residuary share of reserved taxes in accordance with regulations made by the Treasury.
§ (2) Any pension payable at the appointed day and granted on account of service in Ireland as an Irish officer in the Civil Service of the Crown not serving in an established capacity or as a petty sessions clerk or officer in the registry of petty sessions clerks shall, if, and so far as the fund out of which it is payable at the time of the passing of this Act, is by reason of anything done or omitted after the passing of this Act not available for its payment, be charged upon and paid out of the Consolidated Fund of Southern Ireland or Northern Ireland or apportioned between those funds as the Joint Exchequer Board may determine.
§ Amendment made: In Sub-section (2), after the word "or" ["established capacity or"], insert the words "on account of service".—[Sir L. Worthington-Evans.]
§ Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Clause, as amended, stand part of the Bill."86
§ Sir D. MACLEAN
Will the right hon. Gentleman now tell us what Clauses in the main part of the Bill are covered by the Report of the Resolution we have had to-day, and what are covered by the Resolution which has yet to be proposed as a result of the deliberations of the Committee still sitting?
§ Sir L. WORTHINGTON - EVANS
Perhaps I can answer that question better the other way round. None of the Clauses under the heading "Financial Provisions," Clauses 18 to 24 inclusive, are covered by the Financial Resolution already passed. Every other Clause is.
§ Question put, and agreed to.