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Wednesday, 3 June 1942

Senator SPICER (VICTORIA) -ER - Yes; those orders which are of public utility are gazetted. But not very many people obtain a copy of the Gazette. In any case, the Minister will realize that the Gazette does not enable one to retain these orders in a handy form for permanent use. I suggest that in addition to a consolidation of the national security regulations a real need exists for the publication in a handy form, for the use of the public, of all current orders which are of general utility. I realize, of course,, that many orders relate merely to suck matters as the taking over of land, &c. I do- not suggest that orders of that kind should be published. Consideration should be given to this matter in order that the delay now associated with the ascertainment of the law might be eliminated.

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