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Tuesday, 23 November 1965

Mr SPEAKER - The question is, " That the Bill be now read a third time". As there is no dissentient voice, I declare in favour of the "Ayes". A division has not been called for, but it is desirable that the names of those members present and agreeing to the third reading should be recorded. I therefore appoint the honorable members for Phillip (Mr. Aston) and Wilmot (Mr. Duthie) tellers. (The following names were then recorded.) (Mr. Speaker - Hon. Sir John McLeay.)

Mr SPEAKER - Order! As 108 members have agreed to the third reading I certify that the third reading has been agreed to by an absolute majority as required by the Constitution.

Bill read a third time.

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