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INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING (AUSTRALIAN-RESIDENT SEAFARERS) GRANTS BILL 1995
CRIMES AMENDMENT (FORENSIC PROCEDURES) BILL 1995

Messages from the House of Representatives were reported transmitting

for the concurrenceof the Senate the following bills:

Message no. 632, dated 18 October 1995--A Bill for an Act to make

provision for the payment of grants to employers of

Australian-resident seafarers on certain Australian-operated ships.

Message no. 651, dated 25 October 1995--A Bill for an Act to amend the

Crimes Act 1914, and for related purposes.

The Minister for Trade (Senator McMullan) moved--That these bills may

proceed without formalities, may be taken together and be now read a

first time.

Question put and passed.

Bills read a first time.

Senator McMullan moved--That these bills be now read a second time.

Explanatory memorandum: Senator McMullan tabled a revised explanatory

memorandum relating to the Crimes Amendment (Forensic Procedures) Bill

1995.

On the motion of Senator O'Chee the debate was adjourned till the next

day of sitting.

Consideration of legislation: Senator McMullan moved--That the bills be

listed on the Notice Paper as separate orders of the day.

Question put and passed.