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Friday, 30 May 1902


Mr CROUCH (Corio) - To me it seems strange that the Government Printer, who already receives the large salary of £800 per annum, should be given a gratuity of £150.

Mr.F. E. McLean.- £500 is to be given in gratuities to other officers as well.


Mr CROUCH - But I do not think that the book-binders, machinists, and others will get any of the money.


Sir George Turner - We pay the Victorian Government for the actual work done.


Mr CROUCH - Am I to understand that the Government Printer does not use any of the State time in performing services for the Commonwealth ?


Sir George Turner - Of course, he does.


Mr CROUCH - Then we should pay the State, and not the. officer himself, for that work.







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