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Wednesday, 3 June 1942


Mr NAIRN (Perth) (3:24 AM) .-] also ask that the standing committee shall consider the granting of free listener's licences to bona fide members of any association of disabled sailors or soldiers. There are a few of these unfortunate persons in every capital city.

Amendment - by leave - withdrawn.

Amendment (by Mr. Beasley) agreed to-

That, in paragraph (i) of the proviso, the words "to any school maintained by or registered with the Education Department of any State " be left out with a view to insert in lieu thereof the following words: - ", with the approval of the Minister, to any school ".

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 105 agreed to.

Clause 106-

Any vendor of appliances capable of being used for the reception of broadcast programmes shall, at the end of each month, supply, to the Senior Radio Inspector in the State in which the vendor is located or to such other officer, as is prescribed, the name and address of each person to whom he has, during the month, sold any such appliance.

Amendment (by Mr. Beasley) agreed

That after the word " sold " the following words.be inserted: - ", hired, lent, leased, or otherwise disposed of,".

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clauses 107 to 112 agreed to.

Clause 113-

The Governor-General may make regulations, not inconsistent with this act, prescribing all matters required or permitted to be prescribed, or which are necessary or convenient to be prescribed, for carrying out or giving effect to this act, and in particular -

(a)   for providing for the issue, inscription, transfer, transmission and redemption of inscribed stock of the commission, and all matters in relation thereto: and (b)forvaryingoradding to the conditions governingthe erection or operation of commercial broadcasting stations or appliances for which a broadcast listener's licence is required to be held.







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