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Tuesday, 20 October 1903

Mr DEAKIN - I move-

That after the word "and," line 4, the words " notwithstanding anything hereinbefore contained" be inserted.

Mr Glynn -Why is the amendment necessary?

Mr DEAKIN - In order to meet the question raised by the honorable and learned member for lndi.

Mr Glynn - This does not refer to statutory rules.

Mr DEAKIN - No.; but under the definition clause the term "statutoryrules" covers regulations made under any Act. When this measure becomes law it will be an Act, and these will therefore be regulations made under an Act. If we did not make this amendment, it might appear that we were arguing in a circle. It seems to me that it would be well to make this amendment.

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