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Wednesday, 20 June 1906

Senator DOBSON (Tasmania) .- Until Senator Keating made his very clear and interesting statement this afternoon' I did not know how important the question of classification was. It appears to me that this clause might very well give to the Governor-General precise power to make classifications applicable to the Bill as well as to prescribe the fees to be paid.

Senator Keating - I do not think that it is necessary.

Clause agreed to.

Clauses 42 to 44 agreed to.

Clause 45 -

(1)   A person shall not knowingly falsely represent that any design applied to any, article sold by him is registered.

Penalty, Five pounds.

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