The Courts of Justice Act, 1924

Rule-making authority.

90.—The rule-making authority for the District Court shall be the Minister for Home Affairs with the concurrence of the Minister for Finance in respect of matters affecting public revenue or expenditure and the assistance of a Committee consisting of such of the Justices of the District Court as the Minister for Home Affairs may from time to time nominate for this purpose, being not less than five, including one at least of the Justices for the time being assigned to the District including the Police District of Dublin Metropolis, two practising solicitors nominated by the President of the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland, of whom one shall be a solicitor having his office and carrying on the practice of his profession outside the City and County of Dublin, and one practising barrister nominated by the Council of the Bar of Ireland.