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Tuesday, 13 September 1904


Mr REID - The object of the clause is to give power to the Court in a particular case to give part of the penalty to a member of an organization which comes before the Court, as distinct from giving the penalty to the organization. The object is to meet the ends of justice in particular cases.


Mr Conroy - Does it not go rather farther than that ? I am satisfied if it goes no farther than the amendment indicates.

Amendment agreed to.

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 62 -

(1)   Any of the following associations may, on compliance with the prescribed conditions, be registered in the manner prescribed as an organization : -.....

(b)   Anyassociation of not less than one hundred employees in or in connexion with any industry.

Provided that no such organization shall be entitled to any declaration of preference by the Court when and so long as its rules or other binding decisions permit the application of its funds to political purposes, or require its members to do anything of a political character.







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