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Tuesday, 22 November 1910

Bill returned from the House of Representatives with an amendment.

Motion (by Senator McGregor) agreed to -

That so much of the Standing Orders be suspended as would prevent the message being at once considered and all consequent action taken.

In Committee :Clause 4 - 112. - (1) The Governor-General may by proclamation prohibit the exportation of any goods -

(i)   the exportation of which would, in his opinion, be harmful to the Commonwealth. (.3) All goods the exportation of which is prohibited shall be prohibited exports to the extent to which the prohibition extends.

House of Representatives' Amendment.- Insert after the word "extends" the following words - " Any proclamation made under paragraph b shall be notified to each House within seven days of the issue of such Proclamation, if the Parliament is in session, but, if not in session, then within seven days after the meeting of Parliament."







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