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Wednesday, 23 November 1910

Bill returned from the House of Representatives, with amendments. Motion (by Senator McGregor) agreed

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:

House of Representatives' amendments in clauses 7, 15 and 16 and inserting new clause 1 6a, agreed to.

Clause j 9 (Military College).

House of Representatives' . Amendment.- Add the following proviso : - " Provided further that persons who have served three years in the forces may at any time before they attain the age of twenty-seven years, and after passing the prescribed examination for entry, enter the Military College for the purpose of becoming graduates thereof."

Motion (by Senator McGregor) proposed -

That the amendment be agreed to, with the following amendment : - That all the words after the word " that " be left out, and the following words inserted in lieu thereof : - " the regulations shall provide for admission to the Military College of any member of the Forces over the age of nineteen years who passes the prescribed examination and is recommended by the Governor-General in Council."

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