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Friday, 13 August 1920


Mr RILEY (South Sydney) . - The effect of including section 85 is that a member of a Tribunal who discloses secrets is liable to a penalty of £500, or three months' imprisonment, but I am anxious to see provision made that any person summoned to appear before a Tribunal who refuses to give informa tion in regard to his profits, or any secretary of a union who fails to disclose the membership of his organization, shall be subject to the same penalties. Furthermore, in my opinion, the two offences should be included in the one clause.







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