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Wednesday, 4 July 1906
Page: 1005

Mr KELLY (Wentworth) .- I understand that the object of the AttorneyGeneral, in moving the insertion of these words, is to insure that practically every member of the community shall not be sueable under the clause.

Mr Isaacs - The object is not to make criminals of men who are not criminals.

Mr KELLY - I understand that the Attorney-General wishes to insert these words because he feels that so many persons are brought within the comprehension of this measure that some such safeguard as is proposed is necessary. In my opinion, we are now reaching a stage when it would be worth while to consider the whole structure of the Bill.

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