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Tuesday, 14 June 1904


Mr CONROY (Werriwa) - The objection raised by the honorable and learned member for Angas is rather a good one. Suppose that the Registrar gives a certificate that a certain dispute has extended beyond the limits of a State. On what evidence is he to decide ? We ought not to give the Registrar the power that should be given only to the High Court. It is true that the Registrar's certificate is onlyprima facie evidence, but it might entail heavy expense to the patties to get witnesses, and to bring them to rebut the certificate. We ought to limit the power in some way.

Clause agreed to.

Clause 31 -

No industrial dispute shall, without the approval -ofthe President, be submitted to the Court by an organization unless the Registrar certifies -

(a)   that he is satisfied that the consent of the organization to the submission has been given in manner prescribed by the rules of the organization ; or

(b)   that the consent of the organization to the submission has been given by resolution of a general meeting of members convened in manner prescribed for the consideration of the question, or as the result of a poll of members of the organi- - zation on the. question taken in manner prescribed ; or

(c)   that consent to the submission has been given in writing under the hands of a majority of the Committee of Management of the organization.







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