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Friday, 13 July 1906

Mr ISAACS (Indi) (Attorney-General) . - Ifthehonorablemember for Franklin would allow me, I should liketo point out that the clause with which we are now dealing relates only to disputes. What the honorable member desires to do is to put in a direction to theJuusticeas to what he shall determine, and that can be done more appropriately in clause 17.

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 1 6 -

From the date of the Gazette notice until the report of the Board has been dealt with by the Governor-General, goods the subject of the investigation shall not be imported except upon such security and subject to such conditions as the Minister approves; and those goods shall, if imported in contravention of this section, be deemed to be prohibited imports within the meaning of the Customs Act1901, and the provisions of that Act shall apply to the goods accordingly.

Amendment (by Sir William Lyne) proposed -

That the words " report of the Board has been dealt with by the Governor-General " be left out, with a view to insert in lieu thereof the words " publication in the Gazette of the determination of the question by the Justice."

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