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Wednesday, 29 September 1971
Page: 1695


Mr Clyde Cameron (HINDMARSH, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) asked the Prime Minister, upon notice:

Does his answer to question No. 2703 (Hansard, 30th March 1971, page 1194) stating that for an order in excess of 60 copies of any speech he makes or a question addressed to him and the answer thereto the Government Printer renders an account on the Minister, mean that the Minister must in all such cases pay that account personally, or is the account paid by some department.


Mr McMahon - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

I am advised that the cost of an order for additional copies of a speech by a minister is a normal charge against the administration of his department.







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