In my opinion, the case of Mann v. Crittenden, supra, is distinguishable from the case at bar. Under the Ontario Rules it is clearly contemplated that the application for the allowance of the costs of examination shall be made prior to taxation. The former Rule provided that notice of the application should be given to the other party, while the Rule as amended provides that the allowance of such costs must be endorsed upon the appointment of the taxing officer when served, otherwise such costs will not be taxed.
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