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Wednesday, 16 September 1942

Dr PRICE (BOOTHBY, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - Has the Prime Minister seen the complaint by the Premier of Victoria that, until the Commonwealth prevents the transmission through the post of money for lotteries, the State will be powerless to act, and that the effective enforcement of the law against starting-price betting will be almost impossible unless the Commonwealth cooperates fully with the States? In view of the importance of this statement to the austerity campaign, will the Governmen expedite its decision as to whether or not it shall continue to offer facilities for betting?

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