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Wednesday, 11 December 1974
Page: 3446


Senator MURPHY (New South WalesLeader of the Government in the Senate) - I ask for leave to incorporate in Hansard a paper summarising the Government's legislation program for the 29th Parliament.

The DEPUTY PRESIDENT-Is leave granted? There being no objection, leave is granted. (The document read as follows)- 29th PARLIAMENT 1974 GOVERNMENT LEGISLATION PROGRAM

This statement brings up to date the paper summarising the Government Legislation Program for the 29th Parliament which was incorporated in Hansard by the Prime Minister on 5 December 1 974.

 

Canberra Water Supply (Googong Dam) Bill 1974

Customs Bill 1974

Evidence Bill 1974

Excise Bill 1974

Extradition (Foreign States) Bill 1974

Financial Corporations Bill 1 974

Glebe Lands Appropriation Bill 1 974

Income Tax Assessment Bill 1974

Income Tax (Dividend and Interest Withholding Tax) Bill 1974

International Monetary Agreements Bill 1974

Marginal Dairy Farms Agreements Bill 1974

National Health Bill 1974

Northern Territory (Administration) Bill 1 974

Parliamentary Papers Bill 1 974

Parliamentary Proceedings (Broadcasting) Bill 1974

Prices Justification Bill 1974

Public Works Committee Bill 1974

Repatriation Bill (No. 2) 1974

Seamens War Pensions and Allowances Bill ( No. 2 ) 1 974

Social Services Bill ( No. 2 ) 1 974

States Grants ( Urban Public Transport) Bill 1 974

Statute Law Revision Bill 1974

Stevedoring Industry (Temporary Provisions) Bill 1 974

Trade Practices Bill 1974

Transport Planning and Research Bill 1 974

Urban Public Transport (Research and Planning) Bill 1974

Budget Sittings 1974

Aboriginal Land Fund Bill 1974

Aboriginal Loans Commission Bill 1974

Adelaide to Crystal Brook Railway Bill 1974

Aged or Disabled Persons Homes Bill 1 974

Aged Persons Hostels Bill 1974

Airline Equipment ( Loan Guarante ) Bill 1 974

Air Navigation Bill 1974

Air Navigation (Charges) Bill 1974

Appropriation Bill (No. 1) 1974-1975

Appropriation Bill ( No. 2 ) 1 974- 1 975

Appropriation ( Urban Public Transport) Bill 1 974

Arbitration (Foreign Awards and Agreements) Bill 1 974

Asian Development Fund Bill 1 974

Australian Development Assistance Agency Bill 1974

Australian Shipping Commission Bill 1 974

Australian Tourist Commission Bil) 1 974

Banking Bill 1974

Banks (Housing Loans) Bill 1974

Broadcasting and Television Bill 1974

Commonwealth Banks Bill 1974

Conciliation and Arbitration (Organisations) Bill 1974

Companies ( Foreign Takeovers) Bill 1974

Compensation (Australian Government Employees) Bill 1974

Customs Bill (No. 2) 1974

Customs TariffBill 1974

Customs Tariff Bill (No. 2) 1974

Customs TariffValidation Bill (No. 2) 1974

Customs Tariff Validation Bill (No. 3 ) 1 974

Dairy Adjustment Bill 1974

Defence Force Retirement and Death Benefits (Pensions Increases) Bill 1974

Defence Service Homes Bill 1 974

Delivered Meals Subsidy Bill 1974

Election Candidates (Public Service and Defence Force) Bill 1974

Environment Protection (Impact of Proposals) Bill 1974

Estate Duty Assessment Bill 1974

Excise TariffBill 1974

Export Finance and Insurance Corporation Bill 1 974

Export Market Development Grants Bill 1 974

Handicapped Persons Assistance Bill 1 974

Notes

The number of separate Bills has been kept to a minimum by combining related matters which might otherwise have been the subject of separate Bills, e.g. combining amendments to the same Act and incorporating in the primary Bill consequential amendments to other existing Acts.

Bills Passed Both Houses include 7 Bills amended by Senate, not by Government initiative, and Bill (as amended or otherwise) subsequently being passed by Both Houses.

Bills Rejected, Laid Aside or Deferred include six Bills subsequently passed by Joint Sitting.

Appendices

1.   Bills Passed Both Houses.

2.   Bills Rejected, Laid Aside or Deferred.

3.   Other Bills Introduced, Debate Not Concluded.

Appendix 1 29th PARLIAMENT 1974 GOVERNMENT LEGISLATION PROGRAM

Proposed Laws Affirmed at Joint Sitting on 6 and 7 August 1974

Commonwealth Electoral Act (No. 2) 1 973

Senate (Representation of Territories) Act 1 973

Representation Act 1973

Health Insurance Commission Act 1973

Health Insurance Act 1973

Petroleum and Minerals Authority Act 1973

Bills Passed Both Houses

July-August Sittings 1974







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