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Wednesday, 1 March 1967

Mr SPEAKER - The question is: 'That the Bill be now read a third time'. As there is no dissentient voice, I declare in favour of the Ayes. Although there is no dissentient voice and a division has not been called for, it is desirable that the names of those members present agreeing to the third reading should be recorded. I therefore appoint the honourable members for Ballaarat (Mr Erwin) and Wilmot (Mr Duthie) as tellers. (The following names were then recorded) (Mr Speaker- Hon. W. J. Aston)


Mr SPEAKER - Order! As 113 members have agreed to the third reading I certify that the third reading has been agreed to by an absolute majority as required by the Constitution.

Bill read a third time.

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