§ MR. WHEELHOUSE
asked the Vice President of the Council, Whether where a village is partly within and partly beyond the boundary of a borough, such borough being a school board district in itself, such board is at liberty to use any portion of the rates for the purpose of paying for or supplementing the expense of the education of outside children; and, if so, whether there be any power of recovering any deficiency so caused from the parish, township, or school board of the district, if there be one, to which the child belongs, or in which it is resident?
§ MR. W. E. FORSTER
, in reply, said, these Questions related to the proper interpretation of certain clauses of the Act of Parliament to which he must refer the hon. Member. An administrative Minister would be going beyond his province if he was to attempt to put 1757 an interpretation on those clauses, which, interpretation would of course be of no avail in a Court of Law.