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Wednesday, 4 July 1906


Mr ISAACS (Indi) (Attorney-General) . - The honorable and learned member for Northern Melbourne has suggested that we should strike out the words " to do any act or thing." He pointed out that there might be a combination not to do a thing. For instance, there might be a combination not to purchase or not to sell certain things. The measure should applynot only to combinations formed for the purpose of doing things, but also to those formed for the purpose of not doing things. I move -

That the words " to do any act or thing," line 4, be left out.







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