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Friday, 3 August 1906


Mr GROOM (Darling Downs) (Minister of Home Affairs) . - The honorable member for Parramatta asked that an appeal should be expressly provided for, to remove a doubt as to the meaning of this clause, and, although I have been advised that its meaning is quite clear, I move, to meet the honorable member's objection -

That the following sub-clause be added : - " 3. The applicant may, within the time and in the manner prescribed, appeal to the Supreme Court against any decision of the law officer refusing any application for the registration of a design."

Amendment agreed to.

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 48 (International arrangements for protection of designs).







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