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Tuesday, 11 October 1910

In Committee(Consideration resumed from 7th October, vide page 4285) :

Clause 136 - (1.) The owner of every steam-ship registered in Australia, or engaged in the coasting trade, shall-

(c)   in the case of limited coast-trade steamships of less than three hundred tons gross registered tonnage - provide for each two officers a separate room, having a cubic content of not less than three hundred and fifty cubic feet, and having a separate entrance to the deck, and not opening directly into the engine-room.

Penalty : Twenty pounds, with Five pounds for every day after the first day during which such default continues.

Upon which Senator Lt.-Colonel Sir Albert Gould had moved by way of amendment -

That the word "three," line 5, he left out, with a view to insert in lieu thereof the word " five."







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