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Thursday, 31 July 1930


Senator McLACHLAN (South Australia) . - During the course of my second-reading speech, I drew the attention of the Minister to what has been accomplished in this connexion, and I should like to know if he still persists in the amendment of the act proposed by the Government. Section 89b of the principal act provides that any person who has committed an offence against sections 42, 56 and certain other sections, may be charged accordingly before the court, which may impose the penalty provided by the act in respect of the offence.


Senator Daly - I cannot accept any amendment, but I am not debating the clause.







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