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Wednesday, 7 July 1915

Senator GARDINER (New South Wales) (Vice-President of the Executive Council) . - An office, I take it, is a place for conducting business in the ordinary acceptation of the term. The clause provides that -

Notice in writing of the situation of the registered office, and of the name of the representative in charge thereof, shall bo lodged with the Commissioner for registration.

Personally I can see no reason for any better definition of what constitutes an office. The clause is ample for all purposes. However, when we are discussing the definition clause, if Senator de Largie chooses to bring forward a definition of the term " office," I shall have no objection to considering it.

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