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Wednesday, 4 October 1911
Page: 1026


Senator PEARCE (Western AustraliaMinister of Defence) . - I move -

That after the word " any," line 4, the word "master" be inserted.

The reason for this amendment is that in the earlier part of the clause the master is included, lt is provided that if the master receives any hurt or injury and the owner is put to expense that expense shall be defrayed by the owner without any deduction from . the wages due to the master. The amendment makes the latter part of the clause also apply to th?- roaster. The word was left out by som* accident in drafting.

Amendment agreed to. Clause consequentially amended and agreed to.

Clause 134 -

(1)   The owner or master of every foreigngoing ship having one hundred persons or upwards on board shall cause to be carried as part of her complement a duly qualified medical practitioner.

Penalty : One hundred pounds.

(2)   The owner or master of every foreigngoing ship having more than ten and less than one hundred persons on board, and not carrying a duly qualified medical practitioner as part of her complement, shall cause, to be carried as part of ner complement a person certified to by a medical inspector as qualified to render " first aid." ' Penalty : Fifty pounds.







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