VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

 

                                                                                             OF THE

 

 

                                                                              HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

 

                                                                                        DURING THE

 

 

                                           FOURTH SESSION OF THE FORTY-SEVENTH PARLIAMENT

 

 

                                                                                            1992 - 93

 

 

                                                                                                                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


                                                                                              INDEX

 

 

                                                                                               of the

 

 

                                                                         VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

 

                                                                                               of the

 

 

                                                                              HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

                                          For the Fourth Session of the Forty-seventh Parliament, 1992-93

 

 

                                                                                               NOTE

                                                For proceedings on Bills, see under 'Bills'

                                                For proceedings on Motions, see under 'Motions'

                                                For Papers laid on the Table, see Index to Papers and Bills

 

                                                                                                                       

 

 

Address in Reply - Mover nominated, 14; moved, 14; debate, 18, 24, 28, 29; agreed to, 33; presentation, 36.

Assembly -

        Absolute majority - Lack of, motion lapsed, 150, 160.

        Adjournment -

                Debate, 20, 124, 211, 269, 304, 336.

                Extension of time for, 24, 33, 37, 45, 57, 72, 79, 96, 103, 111, 130, 142, 160, 185, 194, 214, 233, 243, 281, 293, 320, 330,             340, 345, 359, 372, 387, 401, 421, 429, 436, 447, 460, 477, 491.

        Bills -

                Amendment withdrawn, 136, 358 (3).

                Amendment/s to amendment, 209, 210, 436.

                Appropriation Bill - Request to return Bill from Legislative Council, 130.

                Conferences -

                    Construction Industry Long Service Leave (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, 233, 237, 239, 249, 255.

                    Guardianship and Administration Bill -

                          Requesting, 500.

                          Report, 503.

                    Mutual Recognition (South Australia) Bill -

                          Requesting, 459.

                          Agreeing to time and place, 468.

                          Sitting of House to be continued during, 469.

                          Report, 470.

                    Statutes Amendment (Fisheries) Bill -

                          Requesting, 413.

                          Sitting of House to be continued during, 417, 425, 439, 445.

                          Report, 447.

                Instruction to Committee, 142, 260, 284.

                Lapsed, restored -

                    Gaming Machines Bill, 19.

                    Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill, 14.

        Business -

                Discharge of, 155, 158, 369 (2), 370, 387, 395, 396 (2), 505.

                Government, resumed, 28, 166, 201.

                Private Members -

                    Precedence of, 36.

                    Resumed after suspension and rescission, 77, 78.

                    Sessional Orders, 47.

                Resumption of, 285, 308, 334, 335, 412.

 

Assembly - continued -

        Clerk, Absence of, 337.

        Chairman of Committees -

                Casting Vote, 143, 145, 146, 148, 149, 176-178, 359, 360, 389.

                Resignation, appointment of, 92.

        Committees -

                Joint -

                    Parliamentary Privilege - Power to continue consideration during this Session, 14.

                    WorkCover -

                          Leave to sit during sitting of House, 154, 378.

                          Power to continue consideration during this Session, 14.

                          Substitution of Member, 102.

                Sessional - 

                    Printing -

                          Appointed, 13.

                          Substitution of Member, 93.

                    Standing Orders -

                          Appointed, 13.

                          Substitution of Member, 93.

                Select -

                    Bushfire Protection and Suppression Measures -

                          Extension of time for bringing up Report, 277, 326, 427, 484.

                          Leave to sit during sitting of House, 473.

                          Leave to sit during the sitting of the House for the remainder of the year, 206.

                          Power to continue its sittings and extension of time for bringing up Report, 13, 166, 218.

                    Health Administration -

                          Authorised to disclose or publish evidence as it thinks fit, 420.

                          Extension of time for bringing up Report and power to act during recess, 431.

                    Juvenile Justice System -

                          Extension of time for bringing up Report, 249, 268, 338.

                          Power to continue its sittings and extension of time for bringing up Report, 13, 166, 222.

                    Law and Practice Relating to Death and Dying -

                          Extension of time for bringing up Report, 166.

                          Motion to note Report, 218.

                          Power to continue its sittings and extension of time for bringing up Report, 13.

                    Primary and Secondary Education -

                          Extension of time for bringing up the Report, 242, 277.

                          Power to continue its sittings and extension of time for bringing up Report, 13, 166, 218, 454.

                          Substitution of Member, 100, 102.

                    Rural Finance - Power to continue its sittings and extension of time for bringing up Report, 13.

                Standing -

                    Economic and Finance - Substitution of Member/s, 13, 92.

                    Joint Parliamentary Service - Substitution of alternate Member, 71, 102.

                    Legislative Review - Leave to sit during sitting of House, 171, 206, 231.

                    Social Development -

                          Leave to sit during sitting of House, 201.

                          Substitution of Member/s, 13, 93.

        Contingent notice of motion, (amended), agreed to, 86, 174, 175, 461.

        Debate -

                Grievance, 12, 18, 24 (2), 28, 32, 35, 36, 41, 44, 53, 63, 71, 75, 83, 92, 99, 102, 107, 116, 120, 127, 134, 140, 166, 183, 189, 201, 206, 219, 240, 253, 268, 272, 285, 288, 299, 308, 319, 323, 334, 338, 350, 354, 366, 382, 386, 393, 411, 419, 426, 432, 440, 455, 469, 474, 482, 502.

                Limitation of, 32, 44, 93, 120, 141, 173, 183, 213, 227, 230, 268, 288, 319, 356, 387.

        Disorder in -

                Speaker's Gallery, 141 (2).

                Stranger's Gallery, 140, 141.

        Distinguished visitors -

                Mr Alan Howarth, Leader of United Kingdom Parliamentary delegation, 71.

                Mr Anthony Newton, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, 71.

        Divisions -

                Only one Aye, 55.

                Only one Noe, 56.

        Flinders University of South Australia, The - Resignation of Member, 121.


Assembly - continued -

        Governor -

                Opening speech tabled, 2.

                Proclamation summoning Parliament, 1.

                Summons from, 1.

        Instruction to Committee, 260, 413.

        Leader of the Opposition - Statement, 338.

        Leave to continue remarks refused, 233.

        Members -

                Death of former -

                    Hon. R.A. Geddes, 31.

                    Hon. B.H. Teusner, 23.

                Leave of absence - Mr R. Such, 285.

                Named - Mr D.S. Baker, explanation not accepted, suspension, 65.

        Midnight, 50, 186, 363, 450, 513.

        Privilege - Matter raised, 12, 41.

        Questions without notice - Time for asking, extended by one hour, 153, 183.

        Recision of Order, 77.

        Recision of Vote, 134, 254, 312, 446.

        Senate Vacancy - Joint sitting of Members of the two Houses - Minutes of Proceedings, 3.

        Sittings -

                Extension of, 83, 136, 178.

                Next day of, 36, 64, 83, 169, 254, 308, 313, 350, 411, 432, 440, 455, 500, 511.

                Suspension and resumption of, 2, 23, 31, 72, 78, 116, 140, 141 (2), 254, 262, 284, 334, 414, 477, 494, 511.

        Speaker -

                Absence of, 69, 385.

                Appointment of Deputy, 69, 385; takes Chair, 69, 385.

                Casting Vote, 45, 47, 104, 111, 154, 185, 191, 196, 215 (reasons), 221, 229, 230, 253, 255, 288, 290, 291, 300, 324, 325,                422, 487, 488, 489, 490, 507.

                Deputy -

                    Casting Vote, 410, 411.

                    Ruling - Question out of order - Motion for disagreement, 411.

                No Confidence Motion in - Deferral of motion, 239.

                Rulings -

                    Criminal Injuries Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - Legislative Council amendments not in order as they                                           amend a money clause, 517.

                    Gaming Machines - Motions re, anticipation, 55; disagreement with ruling, ruling upheld, 55.

                    No confidence in -

                          Declining to accept motion, 240.

                          Deferral of motion, 239, disagreement with ruling, ruling upheld, 240.

                Statements -

                    Appropriation Bill, transmission to Legislative Council, 160.

                    Criminal Injuries Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, Legislative Council not to amend money                                               clause, 519.

                    Firearms (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill -

                          Omission of clerical error from Bill considered by Legislative Council, 340.

                          Return of reconsidered Bill with amendment - not same question, 349.

                    Gaming Machines Bill, corrected Schedule, 7.

                    Hansard production, 2.

                    State Bank files, 31.

                    Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Declaration of Validity) Bill, 289.

                    Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - Reflection on Chair, 127.

                University of Adelaide - Election to Council, 93.

                Writs - Return to, 1.

        Standing and Sessional Orders, Suspension of -

                To empower the Speaker, if he is satisfied that the Stamp Duties (Rates) Amendment Bill and the Tobacco Products (Licensing) (Fees) Amendment Bill have been passed by the Legislative Council without any amendment, to present the Bills to Her Excellency for assent, notwithstanding that a Message has not been received from the Legislative Council, 64.

                To enable Acting Clerk to deliver Messages to the Legislative Council when this House is not sitting, 478.

                To enable the Bill to pass through its remaining stages without delay, 78.

                To enable -

                    (a)        Government business to have precedence over Private Members business today;

                    (b)        Notice of Motion (Government Business) No. 1 to be taken into consideration before grievance; and

                    (c)        Private Members business to take precedence over Government business for the periods described in Sessional Order III (b), tomorrow, 446.


Assembly - Standing and Sessional Orders, Suspension of - continued -

                To enable the House to sit beyond midnight, 49, 149 (lapsed for want of absolute majority); 186, 234, 260, 293, 363, 450,                                   494, 511.

                To enable introduction of five/four Bills, without notice, forthwith, 19, 66, 432.

                To enable Leader of the Opposition to make a statement, 338.      

                To enable Leader of the Opposition to move a motion without notice, forthwith, 213, 227, 240.

                To enable a motion for the rescission of the motion for limitation of debate adopted on Tuesday 24 November to be                                    moved forthwith, 254.

                To enable a motion for the rescission of the motion for limitation of debate adopted on Tuesday 16 February to be                                       moved forthwith, 312.

                To enable the presentation of a petition to the House, 252; negatived, 253.

                To enable Notices of Motion (Government Business) to be taken into consideration, forthwith, 27.

                To enable Notices of Motion (Government Business) Nos 1 to 3 to be taken into consideration forthwith, 19.

                To enable -

                    (a)        the Order of the House postponing the adjourned debate on Notice of Motion (Other Motions) No. 2 to be rescinded; and

                    (b)        Notice of Motion (Other Motions) No. 2 to be further considered, 77.

                To enable Orders of the Day (Other Motions) to be postponed until Notices of Motion (Other Motions) are disposed of, 129,               190, 301, 327.

                To enable the Premier to move a motion forthwith, 343, 420.

                To enable the Premier and Treasurer to make statements without time limit and before the proposition - That the House note                                      grievances, 432.

                To enable the rescission of the vote on the second reading and subsequent proceedings of the Evidence (Vulnerable                                        Witnesses) Bill, 446.

                To enable Standing Committee Reports (except those relating to subordinate legislation or supplementary development

                    plan matters), on presentation, to be dealt with in accordance with Standing Order 346, 36.

                To enable those Orders of the Day (Private Members Bills) and Orders of the Day (Other Motions) set down for                   Wednesday 12 May, where debate has ensued, to be taken into consideration forthwith, without further debate, 504.

                To enable the time for asking questions to be extended by one hour, 153.

                To establish Sessional Orders relating to Private Members Business, 47.

                To move an instruction without notice, 142.

                To move a motion, without notice, forthwith, 14, 45, 92, 130, 213, 334.     

                To move a motion, forthwith for the rescission of the third reading of the Appropriation Bill, 134.

                That for the remainder of the Session, Standing Orders be so far suspended as to provide that:

                    (a)        at the conclusion of the period for questions without notice, the Speaker may propose the question 'That the House note grievances'.  Up to six members may speak for a maximum of five minutes each before the Speaker puts the question.

                    (b)        the motion for adjournment of the House on Tuesdays and Wednesdays may be debated for up to 20 minutes, provided it is moved before 10 p.m.

                    (c)        the motion for adjournment of the House on Thursdays -

                        (i)    may be moved later than 5 p.m.;

                        (ii)   may not be debated, 12.

                That Standing and Sessional Orders be so far suspended as to enable the routine of business on Fridays after 2.00 p.m. to be set down for Thursdays after 2.00 p.m, 432.

                That for this week Standing and Sessional Orders be so far suspended as to enable Private Members Business set

                    down for tomorrow to be taken into consideration on Thursday and have precedence from 10.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. and for one hour after grievances, 206.

                That Standing Order 112 be so far suspended as to enable the Members for Kavel and Ross Smith to speak to the

                    motion for an unlimited time, 213.

                That Standing Order 339 be so far suspended as to enable the Select Committee on Health Administration to authorise the disclosure or publication, as it thinks fit, of any evidence presented to the Committee prior to such evidence being reported to the House, 420.

Bills -

                    HA=House of Assembly

                    LC=Legislative Council

                    SO=Standing Orders

                    1r=First reading

                    2r=Second reading

                    Ctee=in Committee

                    3r=Third reading

                    Where "Ctee" does not appear before "3r", leave

                    of the House was given for the Bill to proceed to

                    the third reading without consideration in Committee.

 

        Aboriginal Lands Trust (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 106) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 302; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 348; returned by LC without amendment, 390; assent, 419. Act No. 16 of 1993.

 

Bills - continued -

        Acts Interpretation (Australia Acts) Amendment (No. 37) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 103; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 199; assent, 225. Act No. 70 of 1992.

        Ambulance Services (Nos 2,50) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 19; 2r debate, 130,133; 2r, 133; Ctee, 133-135, reported with amendments and 3r, 135; returned by LC with amendments, 211;  amendment agreed to without amendment, amendments disagreed to and amendments disagreed to and alternative amendments made in lieu , 245; amendments not insisted on and alternative amendments agreed to by LC, 256; assent, 265. Act No. 92 of 1992.

        Animal and Plant Control (Agricultural Protection and Other Purposes) (Immunity from Liability) Amendment (No. 10) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 27; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 121; returned by LC  without amendment, 140; assent, 205. Act No. 61 of 1992.

        Appropriation (No. 22) - Recommended by Governor, 63; leave, 1r and 2r moved, 65,66; 2r debate, 72,79,81; motion for attendance of LC Ministers at Estimates Committees agreed to 81;  leave granted by LC, 83; motion to refer to Estimates Committees moved, amendment moved and negatived, and motion agreed to, 81,82; grievance debate, 82,83; referred to Estimates Committees, Committees appointed and SO suspended to enable Committees to have power to send for papers and records, to enquire into the administration of statutory authorities and to enable Estimates of Receipts to be considered, 84-86; reports of Committees brought up and received, and minutes of proceedings incorporated in Votes and Proceedings, 96; motion that proposed expenditures be agreed to moved, 96; debate, 96,99,100,102; motion agreed to, remainder of Bill agreed to and 3r, 102,103; motion for Message to LC requesting return of the Bill to enable Schedule to be altered agreed to, 130; new Schedule recommended by Governor, 133; Bill returned by LC and SO suspended, 134; motion to rescind 3r moved, 134; debate, 134,159; motion lapsed for want of absolute majority and Speaker's statement advising his intention to again transmit Bill to LC, 160; returned by LC with suggested amendments and suggested amendments agreed to by HA, 172-178; assent, 205. Act No. 62 of 1992.

        Barley Marketing (Nos 95,130) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 281; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 356-360; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to  without amendment by HA, 405; assent, 419. Act No. 23 of 1993.

        Botanic Gardens (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 11,48) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 27; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 121-123; returned by LC without amendment, 166; assent, 205. Act No. 59 of 1992.

        Business Franchise (Petroleum Products) (Fees) Amendment (No. 26) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 67;2r debate and 2r, 103,104; Ctee, 104,110; reported without amendment and 3r, 110,111; returned by LC without amendment, 137; assent, 181. Act No. 58 of 1992.

        Classification of Publications (Display of Indecent Matter) Amendment (No. 91) - Received from LC and 1r, 261; 2r moved, 344; 2r debate, 394,426,453,483; Ctee, reported without amendment  and 3r moved, 483,484; 3r debate, 484; 3r, 505; assent, 521. Act No. 40 of 1993.

        Classification of Publications (Film Classification) Amendment (No. 135) - Received from LC and 1r, 371,372; 2r moved, 382; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 441; assent, 473. Act No. 27 of 1993.

        Commercial Arbitration (Uniform Provisions) Amendment (No. 38) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 109; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 168,169; assent, 205. Act No. 64 of 1992.

        Consent to Medical Treatment and Palliative Care (Nos 90,103) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 250; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee (amended proforma) and reported with amendments, 293-296; recommitted,  305; Ctee, 305-307,308-312,313; reported without further amendment and 3r, 313,314. Lapsed in LC owing to prorogation.

        Constitution (Electoral Districts Boundaries Commission) Amendment (No. 133) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 366. Lapsed in HA owing to prorogation.

        Construction Industry Long Service Leave (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 44) - Leave, 1r and 2r  moved, 113; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 147-149; returned by  LC with amendments, 193; amendments disagreed to by HA, 207; amendments insisted on by LC, disagreement to amendments insisted on and Conference requested by HA, 233; Conference granted by LC and time and place agreed to by HA, 237; sitting of House continued during Conference, 239, 249; Conference reported and recommendations agreed to, 255,256; recommendations agreed to by LC, 257; assent, 265. Act No. 80 of 1992.

        Construction Industry Training Fund (No. 67,87) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 184; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 246; returned by LC with amendments, 354-356; amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 372; assent, 419. Act No. 17 of 1993.

        Controlled Substances (Classification of Offences) Amendment (No. 30) - Received from LC, 1r, 2r moved, SO suspended, 2r and 3r, 78; assent, 89. Act No. 44 of 1992.

        Correctional Services (Control of Prisoners' Spending) Amendment (No. 129) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 356; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 494. Lapsed in LC owing to prorogation.

        Courts Administration (No. 104) - Received from LC and 1r, 302; 2r moved, 308; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 340,341; assent, 385. Act No. 11 of 1993.

        Criminal Injuries Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 165,177) - Received from LC and 1r, 435; 2r moved, 441; recommended by Governor, 462; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported  with an amendment and 3r, 471; amendment agreed to by LC with amendments, 509,510; Speaker's ruling that LC amendments to the amendment by HA out of order as they amend a money clause, and Message to LC, 517; returned by LC with suggested amendments to HA amendment, Speaker's statement that the matter of amendment to money clauses is clearly covered in the Constitution Act, and suggested amendments agreed to by HA, 519; assent, 521 Act No. 48 of 1993.   

        Criminal Law Consolidation (Application of Criminal Law) Amendment (No. 36) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 103; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 168;  assent, 205. Act No. 63 of 1992.

        Criminal Law Consolidation (Intoxication) Amendment (No. 14) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 39; 2r debate, 54; discharged, 505. Discharged in HA.


Bills - continued -

        Criminal Law (Sentencing) (Education Programme) Amendment (No. 158) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 421; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 476; assent, 521. Act No. 33 of 1993.

        Criminal Law (Sentencing) (Suspension of Vehicle Registration) Amendment (No. 52) - Received from LC and 1r, 136; 2r moved, 159; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 203; assent, 225. Act No. 73 of 1992.

        Dairy Industry (Nos 56,73) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 159; 2r debate, 200,202; Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 202; returned by LC with amendments, 237; amendments agreed to  without amendment and amendments disagreed to by HA, 246; amendments not insisted on by LC, 256; assent, 265. Act No. 77 of 1992.

        Dangerous Substances (Equipment and Permits) Amendment (No. 43) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 113; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 184; returned by LC without amendment, 232; assent, 265. Act No.  81 of 1992.

        Debits Tax (Rates) Amendment (No. 6) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 20; 2r debate, 2r, SO suspended, motion to declare a Bill of special importance negatived, Ctee, reported without amendment  and 3r, 45-47; returned by LC without amendment, 73; assent, 89. Act No. 48 of 1992.

        Development (Nos 122,148) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 344,345; 2r debate and 2r, 387; Ctee,  388-390, 397-403; reported with amendments and 3r, 403; returned by LC with amendments, 462 -468; amendments agreed to without amendment, amendments disagreed to and alternative amendments made in lieu, and amendments disagreed to by HA, 477,478; amendments not insisted on, amendments not insisted on and alternative amendments agreed to without amendment, and amendment not insisted on and alternative amendment agreed to with a further amendment by LC, and further amendment agreed to without amendment by HA, 499; assent, 522. Act No. 55 of 1993.

        Disability Services (Nos 109,120) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 308; 2r debate, 339,340; 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 340; returned by LC without amendment, 390; assent, 419. Act No. 18 of 1993.

        Dog Control (Dangerous Breeds) Amendment (Nos 85,100) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 244; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 284; returned by LC with an  amendment and amendment agreed to without amendment by HA, 329; assent, 353. Act No. 7 of 1993.

        Dried Fruits (Nos 136,167) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 372; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 436,437; returned by LC without amendment, 499; assent, 521. Act No. 47 of 1993.

        Dried Fruits (Extension of Term of Office) Amendment (No. 70) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 199; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 231; returned by LC without amendment, 261; assent, 265. Act No. 82 of 1992.

        Economic Development (Nos 89,102) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 249; 2r debate, 268,281; 2r, 281; Ctee, 281,282,286; reported with amendments and 3r, 286; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment and amendment disagreed to by HA, 370,371;  alternative amendments made in lieu by LC, 404,405; alternative amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 407; assent, 445; Act No. 24 of 1993.

        Education (Non-Government Schools) Amendment (No. 101) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 285; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 350; returned by LC without amendment, 381; assent, 419. Act No. 19 of 1993.

        Education (Truancy) Amendment (No. 155) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 412; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 436; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 516,517; assent, 522. Act No. 60 of 1993.

        Electricity Trust of South Australia (Superannuation) Amendment (No. 153) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 412; recommended by Governor, 419; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without  amendment and 3r, 422,423; returned by LC without amendment, 447; assent, 520. Act No. 28 of 1993.

        Employment Agents Registration (No. 126) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 347; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 439. Lapsed in LC owing to prorogation.

        Environment, Resources and Development Court (Nos 123,149) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 345; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 403; returned by LC with amendments  and amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 491,492; assent, 522. Act No. 63 of 1993.

        Equal Opportunity (Compulsory Retirement) Amendment (No. 173) - Received from LC and 1r, 458,459; 2r moved, 469; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 477; assent, 521. Act No. 35 of 1993.

        Equal Opportunity (Employment of Juniors) Amendment (No. 28) - Received from LC and 1r, 67; 2r moved, 72; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 124; assent, 181. Act No. 56 of 1992.

        Evidence (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 137) - Received from LC and 1r, 374; 2r moved, 382; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 460; assent, 521. Act No. 37 of 1993.

        Evidence (Vulnerable Witnesses) Amendment (Nos 132,174) - Received from LC and 1r, 363; 2r moved, 372; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 442; 2r and subsequent proceedings rescinded, 446; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 460; returned by LC without amendment, 500; assent, 522. Act No. 53 of 1993.

        Expiation of Offences (Divisional Fees) Amendment (Nos 33,63) - Received from LC and 1r, 87;2r moved, 96; 2r debate and 2r, 165; Ctee, 165,167; reported with an amendment and 3r, 167; amendment agreed to by LC, 179; assent, 225. Act No. 72 of 1992.

        Expiation of Offences (Trifling Offences) Amendment (No. 134) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 366; 2r debate, 393,394,426; 2r, 426; Ctee, 426. Lapsed in HA owing to prorogation.

        Financial Institutions Duty (Reduction of Duty) Amendment (No. 162) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 433; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 449,450; returned by LC without amendment, 510; assent, 521. Act No. 49 of 1993.

        Financial Transaction Reports (State Provisions) (No. 53) - Received from LC and 1r, 136; 2r moved, 159; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment, and 3r, 203; assent, 226. Act No. 74 of 1992.

        Firearms (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 66,82) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 183,184; 2r debate, 232,233; 2r, 233; Ctee, 233,234,236; reported with amendments and 3r, 237; returned by LC with an amendment and amendment agreed to without amendment by HA, 329; Speaker's statement (clerical  error) and Message to LC requesting reconsideration of corrected Bill, 340; returned by LC with an amendment and Speaker's statement (same question rule not applicable), 349; amendment agreed to without amendment by HA, 350; assent, 385. Act No. 13 of 1993.

 

Bills - continued -

        The Flinders University of South Australia (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 74) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 207; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 231,232; returned by LC without amendment, 260; assent, 265. Act No. 83 of 1992.

        Friendly Societies (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 40,60) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 110; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 164,165; returned by LC without  amendment, 179; assent, 225. Act No. 66 of 1992.

        Fruit and Plant Protection (No. 31) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 78; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 121; returned by LC with amendments, 178,179; amendments agreed to by HA, 184; assent, 225. Act No. 67 of 1992.

        Gaming Machines (No. 4) - Message from Governor (inconsistency between HA and LC Bills, reconsideration requested), 2; corrected schedule of amendments received from LC, 3-7;  Speaker's statement (Bill not finally disposed of, capable of being restored), 7; restored to Notice Paper, 19; Ctee, 57,58; reported that additional amendments agreed to, 58; assent, 89. Act No. 49 of 1992.

        Government Management and Employment (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 58) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 163; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 196; returned by LC with amendments, 361,362; amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 382; assent, 419. Act No. 20 of 1993.

        Guardianship and Administration (Mental Capacity) (No. 118) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 338; 2r debate and 2r, 373; Ctee, 373,374,377-379; reported with amendments and an amended title, 379. (See Guardianship and Administration).

        Guardianship and Administration (No. 140) - (See Guardianship and Administration (Mental Capacity) - 3r, 379; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment and amendments disagreed to by HA, 495,496; amendments insisted on by LC, disagreement insisted on and Conference requested by HA, 500; Conference granted by LC and time and place agreed to by HA, 501; Conference reported, 503; recommendations agreed to by LC and by HA, 511; assent, 522. Act No. 61 of 1993.

        Harbors and Navigation (Nos 144,176) - Recommended by Governor, 200; received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 387; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 469,470; returned by LC without amendment, 500; assent, 521. Act No. 41 of 1993.

        Heritage (Nos 147,172) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 397; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 457,458; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 517,518; assent, 522. Act No. 56 of 1993.

        Industrial Relations Advisory Council (Removal of Sunset Clause) Amendment (No. 108) - Leave,  1r and 2r moved, 305; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 347,348; returned by LC without amendment, 374; assent, 419. Act No. 15 of 1993.

        Industrial Relations (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment (Nos 57,69) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 163; 2r debate and 2r, 186; Ctee, 186,194,195; reported with amendments and 3r, 195,196; returned by LC with amendments and amendments disagreed to by HA, 257-260; amendments insisted on, amendments not insisted on and amendments not insisted on and alternative amendments made in lieu thereof by LC, disagreement not insisted on and alternative amendments agreed to by HA, 262,263; assent, 265. Act No. 93 of 1992.

        Irrigation (No. 115) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 334,335. Lapsed in HA owing to prorogation.

        Land Agents, Brokers and Valuers (Mortgage Financiers) Amendment (No. 111) - Received from LC and 1r, 312,313; 2r moved, 319; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 346; assent, 385. Act No. 8 of 1993.

        Land Tax (Rates) Amendment (No. 24) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 66,67; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 114,115; returned by LC without amendment, 137; assent, 181. Act No. 50 of 1992.

        Legal Practitioners (Reform) Amendment (Nos 121,143) - Received from LC and 1r, 341; 2r  moved, 345; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 383,384; amendments agreed to without amendment by LC, 390; assent, 419. Act No. 22 of 1993.

        Limitation of Actions (Mistake of Law or Fact) Amendment (No. 181) - Received from LC and 1r, 475; 2r moved, 477; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 494; assent, 521. Act No. 39 of 1993.

        Liquor Licensing (Fees) Amendment (No. 9) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 20; 2r debate and 2r, 62; Ctee, 62,63,64; reported without amendment and 3r, 64; returned by LC without amendment, 87; assent, 89. Act No. 46 of 1992.

        Liquor Licensing (Fees) Amendment 1993 (No. 160) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 433; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 448; returned by LC without amendment, 500; assent, 521. Act No. 50 of 1993.

        Local Government (City of Adelaide Wards) Amendment (No. 19) - Received from LC and 1r, 57; 2r moved, 63; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 123; assent, 181. Act No. 54 of 1992.

        Local Government (Financial Management) Amendment (No. 77) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r  moved, 211; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 250; assent, 265. Act No. 85 of 1992.

        Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Nos 1,16) - SO suspended and restored to Notice Paper, 14; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 42; amendments agreed to by LC, 63; assent, 89. Act No. 43 of 1992.

        Local Government (Shopping Trolleys) Amendment (No. 83) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 241; 2r debate, 272,366,453; 2r negatived,453. Negatived in HA.

        Local Government (Voting at Meetings) Amendment (No. 146) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 397; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 494. Lapsed in LC owing to prorogation.

        Members of Parliament (Register of Interests) (Returns) Amendment (Nos 131,178) - Received from LC and 1r, 362; 2r moved, 372; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 474,475; amendment agreed to and consequential amendment made by LC, and consequential amendment agreed to without amendment by HA, 510; assent, 522. Act No. 64 of 1993.

        Mental Health (Nos 119,141) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 339; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 379,380; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 496-498; assent, 522. Act No. 59 of 1993.

        Mining (Precious Stones Field Ballots) Amendment (Nos 80,99) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 222; 2r debate, 2r, instruction to Ctee agreed to, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 284; returned by LC without amendment, 312; assent, 337. Act No. 3 of 1993.  


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        Motor Vehicles (Confidentiality) Amendment (Nos 72,76) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 201,202; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 210; amendment agreed to by LC, 234; assent, 265. Act No. 87 of 1992.

        Motor Vehicles (Wrecked or Written Off Vehicles) Amendment (No. 93) - Received from LC and  1r, 268; 2r moved, 281; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 303; assent, 337. Act No. 4 of 1993.

        Murray-Darling Basin (Nos 114,175) - Recommended by Governor, 317; leave, 1r and 2r moved,  333; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 461. Lapsed in LC owing to prorogation.

        Mutual Recognition (South Australia) (No. 112) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 328; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 407-410; returned by LC with amendments, 442- 444; amendments disagreed to by HA, 447,448; amendments insisted on by LC, disagreement insisted on and Conference requested by HA, 459; Conference granted by LC, time and place agreed to by HA and sitting of House continued during Conference, 468,469; Conference reported - no agreement reached, 470. Laid aside in LC.

        National Parks and Wildlife (Emu Farming) Amendment (No. 35) - Restored to Notice Paper, 93;  Ctee, 272-277,299,300; reported without amendment and 3r negatived, 300. Negatived in HA.

        National Parks and Wildlife (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 54) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 141; recommended by Governor, 165; discharged, 387. Discharged in HA.

        National Parks and Wildlife (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 152) - Recommended by Governor, 410; leave, 1r and 2r moved, 412; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 469; returned by LC without amendment, 518; assent, 521. Act No. 45 of 1993.

        Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Plant) Amendment (No. 157) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 419,420; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 440; returned by LC without amendment, 500; assent, 521. Act No. 46 of 1993.

        Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Registration Fees) Amendment (No. 139) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 377; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 439,440; returned by LC without amendment, 516; assent, 521. Act No. 51 of 1993.

        Parliamentary Committees (Publication of Reports) Amendment (No. 78) - Received from LC and 1r, 214; 2r moved, 222; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 250; assent, 265. Act No. 79 of 1992.

        Parliamentary Superannuation (Superannuation Guarantee) Amendment (No. 79) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 222. Lapsed in HA owing to prorogation.

        Pay-roll Tax (Exemptions) Amendment (No. 23) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 66; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 114; returned by LC without amendment, 123; assent, 181. Act No. 51 of 1992.

        Police (Police Aides) Amendment (Nos 15,49) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 41; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and amended title, and 3r, 123; returned by LC without  amendment, 140; assent, 205. Act No. 60 of 1992.

        Police Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 12,21) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 29; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 61; returned by LC without  amendment, 103; assent, 181. Act No. 52 of 1992.

        Police Superannuation (Superannuation Guarantee) Amendment (No. 105) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 302; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 333,334; returned by LC without amendment, 349; assent, 385. Act No. 12 of 1993.

        Psychologists (No. 183) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 490. Lapsed in HA owing to prorogation.

        Public and Environmental Health (Review) Amendment (No. 86) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 244,  245; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 292; returned by LC with an amendment, 335,336; amendment agreed to without amendment by HA, 339; assent, 385. Act No. 9 of 1993.

        Public Corporations (Nos 151,168) - Recommended by Governor, 252; received from LC and 1r,  404; 2r moved, 414; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 440,441;  amendments agreed to without amendment by LC, 459; assent, 521. Act No. 36 of 1993.

        Public Finance and Audit (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 68,92) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 194; 2r debate, 2r, instruction to Ctee agreed to, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 260-262; returned by LC with amendments, 320; amendments agreed to without amendment and amendment disagreed to by HA, 329,330; amendment not insisted on by LC, 336; assent, 353. Act No. 6 of 1993.

        Racing (Dividend Adjustment) Amendment (No. 13) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 29; 2r debate, 2r and 3r,  41; returned by LC without amendment, 72; assent, 181. Act No. 41 of 1992.

        Racing (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 113) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 328; 2r debate, 410,413; 2r, instruction to Committee, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 413,414; returned by LC with an amendment and amendment agreed to without amendment by HA, 459, 460; assent, 520. Act No. 29 of 1993.

        Road Traffic (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 138) - Received from LC and 1r, 374; 2r moved,  382; 2r debate, 2r and 3r,476; assent, 521. Act No. 32 of 1993.

        Road Traffic (Pedal Cycles) Amendment (No. 110) - Received from LC and 1r, 312; 2r moved, 319; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 345,346; assent, 385. Act No. 10 of 1993.

        South Australian Country Arts Trust (Nos 29,47) - Recommended by Governor, 28; received from LC and 1r, 73; 2r moved, 78; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 115,116; amendments agreed to by LC, 123; assent, 181. Act No. 57 of 1992.

        South Australian Health Commission (Incorporated Hospitals and Health Centres) Amendment  (No. 107) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 303; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 339; returned by LC without amendment, 381; assent, 419. Act No. 14 of 1993.

        South Australian Tourism Commission (No. 125) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 345; 2r debate, 2r,  Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 362,363; returned by LC with amendments, 414; amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 422; assent, 473. Act No. 26 of 1993.

        Stamp Duties (Concessions) Amendment (Nos 18,182) - Restored to Notice Paper, 54; Ctee, 54,93,94,300,301,366,482; reported with amendments and 3r negatived, 482,483. Negatived in HA.

 

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        Stamp Duties (Farm Machinery) Amendment (No. 84) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 241; 2r debate,  2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r negatived, 323,324. Negatived in HA.

        Stamp Duties (Penalties, Reassessments and Securities) Amendment (Nos 42,75) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 113; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 207-210; returned by LC with suggested amendments and suggested amendments agreed to by HA, 256,257; assent, 265. Act No. 88 of 1992.

        Stamp Duties (Rates) Amendment (Nos 8,17) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 20; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 48; returned by LC without amendment, 67; assent, 69. Act No. 42 of 1992.

        The Standard Time (Eastern Standard Time) Amendment (No. 59) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 163,164; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 184-186; Negatived in LC.

        State Bank of South Australia (Investigations) Amendment (No. 88) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 247; 2r debate and 2r, 253;Ctee, 253,254,255; reported without amendment and 3r, 255; assent, 265. Act No. 86 of 1992.

        State Lotteries (Soccer Pools & Other) Amendment (Nos 25,41) - Recommended by Governor, 63; leave, 1r and 2r moved, 67; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 111; returned by LC without amendment, 179; assent, 225. Act No. 65 of 1992.

        Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General's Portfolio) (No. 169) - Received from LC and 1r, 444; 2r  moved, 447; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 476; assent, 521. Act No. 34 of 1993.

        Statutes Amendment (Chief Inspector) (No. 71) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 201; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 250; returned by LC without amendment, 285; assent, 317. Act No. 1 of 1993.

        Statutes Amendment (Commercial Licenses) (No. 20) - Received from LC and 1r, 57; 2r moved, 57; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 124; assent, 181. Act No. 55 of 1992.

        Statutes Amendment (Courts) (No. 159) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 423; 2r debate, 2r  and 3r, 476; assent, 522. Act No. 62 of 1993.

        Statutes Amendment (Expiation of Offences) (No. 34) - Received from LC and 1r, 87; 2r moved, 96;2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 167,168; assent, 225. Act No. 71 of 1992.

        Statutes Amendment (Fisheries) (Nos 96,117) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 281; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 335; returned by LC with amendments, 380,381; amendments disagreed to by HA, 383; amendments insisted on by LC, disagreement insisted on and Conference requested by HA, 413; Conference granted by LC and time and place agreed to by HA, 415; sitting of House continued during Conference, 417,425,439,445; Conference reported, 447; recommendations from Conference agreed to by LC and by HA, 450,451; assent, 520. Act No. 31 of 1993.   

        Statutes Amendment (Motor Vehicles and Wrongs) (No. 94) - Received from LC and 1r, 279; 2r moved, 283; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 303; assent, 337. Act No. 5 of 1993.

        Statutes Amendment (Public Actuary) (No. 39) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 109,110; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 164; returned by LC with an amendment, 179; amendment agreed to by HA, 184; assent, 225. Act No. 69 of 1992.

        Statutes Amendment (Right of Reply) (No. 65) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 183; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 210,211; assent, 265. Act No. 76 of 1992.

        Statutes Repeal and Amendment (Development) (Nos 124,150) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 345; 2r  debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 403,404; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 492-494; assent, 522. Act No. 54 of 1993.

        Summary Offences (Road Blocks) Amendment (No. 27) - Received from LC and 1r, 67; 2r moved, 72; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 124; assent, 181. Act No. 53 of 1992.

        Summary Procedure (Summary Protection Orders) Amendment (Nos 32,64) - Received form LC and 1r, 86; 2r moved, 95; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with an amendment and 3r, 168; amendment agreed to by LC, 179; assent, 265. Act No. 75 of 1992.

        Superannuation (Benefit Scheme) (No. 61) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 167; recommended by Governor, 181; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 199,200; returned by LC with amendments, 235; amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 245; assent, 265. Act No. 89 of 1992.

        Superannuation (Scheme Revision) Amendment (No. 62) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 167; 2r debate,2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 200; returned by LC with amendments, 235,236; amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 245; assent, 265. Act No. 91 of 1992.

        Superannuation (Visiting Medical Officers) (No. 145) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 397; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 422; returned by LC without amendment, 433; assent, 520. Act No. 30 of 1993.

        Superannuation (Voluntary Separation) Amendment (Nos 163,170) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 433; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 450; returned by LC without amendment, 500; assent, 521. Act No. 44 of 1993.

        Supply (No. 2)(No. 5) - Recommended by Governor, 17; leave, 1r and 2r moved, 19,20; 2r debate, 33,36,37; 2r, 37; grievance debate, 37,41,42; Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 42; returned by LC without amendment, 79; assent, 89. Act No. 45 of 1992.

        Supply (No. 1) 1993 (No. 97) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 283; recommended by Governor, 285; 2r debate and 2r, 320; grievance debate, 320,330,333; 3r, 333; returned by LC without amendment, 420; assent, 473. Act No. 25 of 1993.

        Supported Residential Facilities (Nos 3,51) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 19; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 135,136; returned by LC with amendments, 232; amendments agreed to without amendment and consequential amendment made by HA, 246;             consequential amendment agreed to by LC, 256; assent, 265. Act No. 90 of 1992.

        Tobacco Products Control (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 116,171) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved,  335; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 457; returned by LC without amendment, 500. Lapsed in LC owing to prorogation.


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        Tobacco Products (Licensing) (Fees) Amendment (No. 7) - Recommended by Governor, 17; leave,  1r and 2r moved, 20; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 48-50; returned by LC without amendment, 79; assent, 89. Act No. 47 of 1992.

        Tobacco Products (Licensing) (Fees) Amendment 1993 (No. 161) - Recommended by Governor, 431; leave, 1r and 2r moved, 433; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 448,449; assent, 521. Act No. 38 of 1993.

        Trade Measurement (No. 179) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 475; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 490,491; assent, 521. Act No. 42 of 1993.

        Trade Measurement Administration (No. 180) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 475; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 491; assent, 521. Act No. 43 of 1993.

        Waterworks (Residential Rating) Amendment (No. 46) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 114; 2r debate, 149,160; 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 160,161; returned by LC without amendment, 194; assent, 225. Act No. 68 of 1992.

        Whistleblowers Protection (Nos 128,142) - Received from LC and 1r, 349; 2r moved, 356; 2r  debate, 381,382; 2r, 382; Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 382,383; amendments agreed to without amendment by LC, 390; assent, 419. Act No. 21 of 1993.

        Wine Grapes Industry (Indicative Prices) Amendment (No. 81) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 231; 2r  debate, 2r and 3r, 247; returned by LC without amendment, 262; assent, 265. Act No. 78 of 1992.

        Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Declaration of Validity) (No. 98) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 283; 2r debate, Speaker's statement, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 289-292; returned by LC without amendment, 312; assent, 317. Act No. 2 of 1993.

        Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment (Nos 45,55) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 113,114; 2r debate, 2r, instruction to Ctee, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 141-147; returned by LC without amendment, 230; assent, 265. Act No. 84 of 1992.

        Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Review Authorities) Amendment (No. 127) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 347; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 372,373; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 515,516; assent, 521. Act No. 52 of 1993.

        Young Offenders (Nos 154,164) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 412; 2r debate, 429,431; 2r, 431; Ctee, 431,433,434; reported with amendments and 3r,434; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 511-514; assent, 522. Act No. 57 of 1993.

        Youth Court (Nos 156,166) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 412,413; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 435,436; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 514,515; assent, 522. Act No. 58 of 1993.

Divisions -

        Adelaide Airport Curfew - Motion re, amendment, 280.

        Ambulance Services Bill - In Committee, 134.

        Appropriation Bill -

                Referral of Bill to Estimates Committees, amendment moved, 81.

                Rescission of third reading, 160.

                That progress be reported, 176.

                In Committee, 177, 178.

        Auditor-Generals Report on an Investigation into the State Bank of South Australia - Motion re - That the amendment be                            agreed to, 421.

        Barley Marketing Bill - In Committee, 357, 359, 360.

        Botanic Gardens (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - In Committee, 121.

        Business Franchise (Petroleum Products) (Fees) Amendment Bill -

                Second reading, 103.

                Third reading, 110.

        Classification of Publications (Display of Indecent Matter) Amendment Bill - Third reading, 505.

        Consent to Medical Treatment and Palliative Care Bill -

                Second reading, 295.

                In Committee, 306, 307, 309 - 311.

                Third reading, 314.

        Construction Industry Long Services Leave (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - In Committee, 148, 149.

        Criminal Injuries Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - In Committee, 471.

        Death Penalty - Referendum - Motion re, 485.

        Debits Tax (Rates) Amendment Bill -

                Second reading, 45.

                Motion to declare Bill of Special Importance, 46.

                Third reading, 47.

        Development Bill - In Committee, 388, 399.

        Family Services Ombudsman - Motion re, 191.

        Federal Coalition Environment Policy - Motion re, 344.

        Gaming Machines Bill - Consideration of amendments from Legislative Council, 58.

        Industrial Relations (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill -

                In Committee, 195.

                Third reading, 196.

        Limitation of debate, 288.

 

Divisions - continued -

        Kurralta Park Community Kindergarten - Motion re, 192.

        Land Tax (Rates) Amendment Bill - In Committee, 115.

        Limitation of debate, 174.

        Liquor Licensing (Fees) Amendment Bill - In Committee, 62.

        Member's explanation be accepted - Motion re, 65.

        Mental Health Bill - In Committee, 380.

        Modbury Hospital Bed Closure - Motion re, 487.

        Mt Barker Road - Motion re, 221.

        Mutual Recognition (South Australia) Bill -

                In Committee, 407.

                Third reading, 409.

        National Parks and Wildlife (Emu Farming) Amendment Bill - In Committee, 300.

        No confidence in Government - Motion re, 215.

        No confidence in Speaker - Motion re, 244.

        Select Committees - Motion re, 158.

        Speaker's Ruling -

                Motion for disagreement with, 240.

                Deputy - Motion for disagreement with, 411.

        Stamp Duties (Concessions) Amendment Bill - Third reading, 483.

        Stamp Duties (Farm Machinery) Amendment Bill -

                Second reading, 324.

                Third reading, 325.

        State Bank Group Asset Management Division - Motion re, 507.

        State Bank Royal Commission First Report - Motion re, amendment moved, 229; motion as amended agreed to, 230.

        State Bank Royal Commission Second Report - Motion re, 344; agreed to, 344.

        State Bank of South Australia (Investigations) Amendment Bill - In Committee, 255.

        The Standard Time (Eastern Standard Time) Amendment Bill - Third reading, 185.

        Suspension of Standing Orders -

                To enable House to sit beyond midnight, 294.

                To enable the presentation of a petition to the House, 253.

                To enable the time for asking questions to be extended by one hour, 153.

        Tobacco Products (Licensing) (Fees) Amendment Bill - In Committee, 448.

        Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Declaration of Validity) Bill -

                Second reading, 290.

                In Committee, 291.

                Third reading, 292.

        Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - In Committee, 143 - 146.

        Young Offenders Bill - In Committee, 513.

Messages from the Governor -

        No.  1 - Gaming Machines Bill, returning Bill, 2.

        No.  2 - Supply Bill (No. 2) 1992 - Recommending, 17.

        No.  3 - Tobacco Products (Licensing) (Fees) Amendment Bill - Recommending, 17.

        No.  4 - South Australian Country Arts Trust Bill - Recommending, 28.

        No.  5 - State Lotteries (Soccer Pools & Other) Amendment Bill - Recommending, 63.

        No.  6 - Appropriation Bill - Recommending, 63.

        No.  7 - Assent to Bill, notifying, 69.

        No.  8 - Assent to Bills, notifying, 89.

        No.  9 - Appropriation Bill - Recommending Schedule, 133.

        No. 10 - National Parks and Wildlife (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - Recommending, 165.

        No. 11 - Assent to Bills, notifying, 181.

        No. 12 - Superannuation (Benefit Scheme) Bill - Recommending, 181.

        No. 13 - Harbors and Navigation Bill - Recommending, 200.

        No. 14 - Assent to Bills, notifying, 205.

        No. 15 - Assent to Bills, notifying, 225.

        No. 16 - Public Corporations Bill - Recommending, 252.

        No. 17 - Assent to Bills, notifying, 265.

        No. 18 - Supply Bill (No. 1) - Recommending, 285.

        No. 19 - Assent to Bills, notifying, 317.

        No. 20 - Murray-Darling Basin Bill - Recommending, 317.

        No. 21 - Assent to Bills, notifying, 337.

        No. 22 - Assent to Bills, notifying, 353.

        No. 23 - Assent to Bills, notifying, 385.

        No. 24 - National Parks and Wildlife (Miscellaneous) Bill - Recommending, 410.

        No. 25 - Electricity Trust of South Australia (Superannuation) Amendment Bill - Recommending, 419.

        No. 26 - Assent to Bills, notifying, 419.

        No. 27 - Tobacco Products (Licensing) (Fees) Amendment Bill - Recommending, 431.

 

Messages from the Governor - continued -

        No. 28 - Assent to Bill, notifying, 445.

        No. 29 - Criminal Injuries Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill - Recommending, 462.

        No. 30 - Assent to Bills, notifying, 473.

Messages from the Legislative Council -

        No.  1 - Gaming Machines Bill, returning a corrected Schedule, 3.

        Nos  2 and 3 - Sessional Committees, notification of appointment, 18.

        No.  4 - Joint Parliamentary Service Committee, notification of alternative Member, 19.

        No.  5 - Local Government (City of Adelaide Wards) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 57.

        No.  6 - Statutes Amendment (Commercial Licences) Bill, transmitting, 57.

        No.  7 - Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill, agreeing to amendments, 63.

        No.  8 - Summary Offences (Road Blocks) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 67.

        No.  9 - Equal Opportunity (Employment of Juniors) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 67.

        No. 10 - Stamp Duties (Rates) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 67.

        No. 11 - Racing (Dividend Adjustment) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 72.

        No. 12 - South Australian Country Arts Trust Bill, transmitting, 73.

        No. 13 - Debits Tax (Rates) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 73.

        No. 14 - Controlled Substances (Classification of Offences) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 78.

        No. 15 - Tobacco Products (Licensing) (Fees) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 79.

        No. 16 - Supply Bill (No. 2), returning without amendment, 79.

        No. 17 - Estimates Committees - Leave for Ministers to attend, 83.

        No. 18 Summary Procedure (Summary Protection Orders) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 86.

        No. 19 - Expiation of Offences (Divisional Fees) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 87.

        No. 20 - Statutes Amendment (Expiation of Offences) Bill, transmitting, 87.

        No. 21 - Liquor Licensing (Fees) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 87.

        No. 22 - Criminal Law Consolidation (Application of Criminal Law) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 103.

        No. 23 - Police Superannuation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 103.

        No. 24 - Acts Interpretation (Australia Acts) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 103.

        No. 25 - Commercial Arbitration (Uniform Provisions) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 109.

        No. 26 - Pay-roll Tax (Exemptions) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 123.            

        No. 27 - South Australian Country Arts Trust Bill, returning without amendment, 123.

        No. 28 - Appropriation Bill, returning Bill, withdrawn, 134.

        No. 29 - Criminal Law (Sentencing) (Suspension of Vehicle Registration) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 136.

        No. 30 - Financial Transaction Reports (State Provisions) Bill, transmitting, 136.

        No. 31 - Business Franchise (Petroleum Products) (Fees) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 137.

        No. 32 - Land Tax (Rates) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 137.

        No. 33 - Animal and Plant Control (Agricultural Protection and Other Purposes) (Immunity from Liability) Amendment Bill,                       returning without amendment, 140.

        No. 34 - Police (Police Aides) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 140.

        No. 35 - Botanic Gardens (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 166.

        No. 36 - Appropriation Bill, returning with suggested amendments, 172.

        No. 37 - Fruit and Plant Protection Bill, returning with amendments, 178.

        No. 38 - Statutes Amendments (Public Actuary) Bill, returning with an amendment, 179.

        No. 39 - Friendly Societies (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 179.

        No. 40 - Expiation of Offences (Divisional Fees) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 179.

        No. 41 - Summary Procedure (Summary Protection Orders) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 179.

        No. 42 - State Lotteries (Soccer Pools & Other) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 179.

        No. 43 - Statutes Amendment (Right of Reply) Bill, transmitting, 183.

        No. 44 - Construction Industry Long Service Leave (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 193.

        No. 45 - Waterworks (Residential Rating) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 194.

        No. 46 - Motor Vehicles (Confidentiality) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 201.

        No. 47 - Ambulance Services Bill, returning with amendments, 211.

        No. 48 - Local Government (Financial Management) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 211.

        No. 49 - Parliamentary Committees (Publication of Reports) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 214.

        No. 50 - Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 230.

        No. 51 - Supported Residential Facilities Bill, returning with amendments, 232.

        No. 52 - Dangerous Substances (Equipment and Permits) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 232.

        No. 53 - Construction Industry Long Service Leave (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, insisting on amendments, 233.

        No. 54 - Motor Vehicles (Confidentiality) Amendment Bill, agreeing to amendment, 234.

        No. 55 - Superannuation (Benefit Scheme) Bill, returning with amendments, 235.

        No. 56 - Superannuation (Scheme Revision) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 235.

        No. 57 - Construction Industry Long Service Leave (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, agreeing to grant Conference, 237.

        No. 58 - Dairy Industry Bill, returning with amendments, 237.

        No. 59 - State Bank of South Australia (Investigations) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 247.

        No. 60 - Ambulance Services Bill, not insisting on amendments and agreeing to alternative amendments, 256.

        No. 61 - Supported Residential Facilities Bill, agreeing to consequential amendment, 256.

        No. 62 - Dairy Industry Bill, not insisting on amendments, 256.

 

Messages from the Legislative Council - continued -

        No. 63 - Stamp Duties (Penalties, Reassessments and Securities) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 257.

        No. 64 - Construction Industry Long Service Leave (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, agreeing to recommendations from                              Conference, 257.

        No. 65 - Industrial Relations (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 257.

        No. 66 - The Flinders University of South Australia (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 260.

        No. 67 - Classification of Publications (Display of Indecent Matter) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 261.

        No. 68 - Dried Fruits (Extension of Term of Office) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 261.

        No. 69 - Wine Grapes Industry (Indicative Prices) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 262.

        No. 70 - Industrial Relations (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill, insisting on amendments, not insisting on amendments                                 and making alternative amendments, 262.

        No. 71 - Motor Vehicles (Wrecked or Written Off Vehicles) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 268.

        No. 72 - Statutes Amendment (Motor Vehicles and Wrongs) Bill, transmitting, 279.

        No. 73 - Statutes Amendment (Chief Inspector) Bill, returning without amendment, 285.

        No. 74 - Courts Administration Bill, transmitting, 302.

        No. 75 - Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Declaration of Validity) Bill, returning without amendment, 312.

        No. 76 - Road Traffic (Pedal Cycles) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 312.

        No. 77 - Mining (Precious Stones Field Ballots) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 312.

        No. 78 - Land Agents, Brokers and Valuers (Mortgage Financiers) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 312.

        No. 79 - Public Finance and Audit (Miscellaneous) Bill, returning with amendments, 320.

        No. 80 - Dog Control (Dangerous Breeds) Amendment Bill, returning with an amendment, 329.

        No. 81 - Firearms (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning with an amendment, 329.

        No. 82 - Public and Environmental Health (Review) Amendment Bill, returning with an amendment, 335.

        No. 83 - Public Finance and Audit (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, insisting on amendment, 336.

        No. 84 - Legal Practitioners (Reform) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 341.

        No. 85 - Whistleblowers Protection Bill, transmitting, 349.

        No. 86 - Police Superannuation (Superannuation Guarantee) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 349.

        No. 87 - Firearms (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, agreeing to resubmitted Bill with an amendment, 349.

        No. 88 - Construction Industry Training Fund Bill, returning with amendments, 354.

        No. 89 - Government Management and Employment (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 361.

        No. 90 - Members of Parliament (Register of Interests) (Returns) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 362.

        No. 91 - Evidence (Vulnerable Witnesses) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 363.

        No. 92 - Economic Development Bill, returning with amendments, 370.

        No. 93 - Classification of Publications (Film Classification) Amendment Bill, transmitting.

        No. 94 - Evidence (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 374.

        No. 95 - Industrial Relations Advisory Council (Removal of Sunset Clause) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 374.

        No. 96 - Road Traffic (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 374.

        No. 97 - Statutes Amendment (Fisheries) Bill, returning with amendments, 380.

        No. 98 - South Australian Health Commission (Incorporated Hospitals and Health Centres) Amendment Bill, returning                  without amendment, 381.

        No. 99 - Education (Non-Government Schools) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 381.

        No.100 - Harbors and Navigation Bill, transmitting, 387.

        No.101 - Whistleblowers Protection Bill, agreeing to amendments, 390.

        No.102 - Legal Practitioners (Reform) Bill, agreeing to amendments, 390.

        No.103 - Disability Services Bill, returning without amendment, 390.

        No.104 - Aboriginal Lands Trust (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 390.

        No.105 - Public Corporations Bill, transmitting, 404.

        No.106 - Economic Development Bill, returning with alternative amendments to its Amendment No. 9, 404.

        No.107 - Barley Marketing Bill, returning with amendments, 405.

        No.108 - Statutes Amendment (Fisheries) Bill, insisting on amendments, 413.

        No.109 - South Australian Tourism Commission Bill, returning with amendments, 414.

        No.110 - Statutes Amendment (Fisheries) Bill, agreeing to grant Conference, 415.

        No.111 - Supply Bill (No. 1), returning without amendment, 420.

        No.112 - Criminal Law (Sentencing) (Education Programme) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 421.

        No.113 - Statutes Amendment (Courts) Bill, transmitting, 423.

        No.114 - Superannuation (Visiting Medical Officers) Bill, returning without amendment, 433.

        No.115 - Criminal Injuries Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 435.

        No.116 - Mutual Recognition (South Australia) Bill, returning with amendments, 442.

        No.117 - Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General's Portfolio) Bill, transmitting, 444.

        No.118 - Electricity Trust of South Australia (Superannuation) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 447.

        No.119 - Statutes Amendment (Fisheries) Bill, agreeing to recommendations from Conference, 450.

        No.120 - Equal Opportunity (Compulsory Retirement) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 458.

        No.121 - Public Corporations Bill, returning without amendment, 459.

        No.122 - Mutual Recognition (South Australia) Bill, insisting on amendments, 459.

        No.123 - Racing (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning with an amendment, 459.

        No.124 - Development Bill, returning with amendments, 462.

        No.125 - Mutual Recognition (South Australia) Bill, agreeing to grant Conference, 468.

 

Messages from the Legislative Council - continued -

        No.126 - Trade Measurement Bill, transmitting, 475.

        No.127 - Trade Measurement Administration Bill, transmitting, 475.

        No.128 - Limitation of Actions (Mistake of Law or Fact) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 475.

        No.129 - Environment, Resources and Development Court Bill, returning with amendments, 491.

        No.130 - Statutes Repeal and Amendment (Development) Bill, returning with amendments, 492.

        No.131 - Guardianship and Administration Bill, returning with amendments, 495.

        No.132 - Mental Health Bill, returning with amendments, 496.

        No.133 - Development Bill, agreeing to not insist on amendments, agreeing to alternative amendments and amending alternative                         amendment to Amendment No. 13, 499.

        No.134 - Dried Fruits Bill, returning without amendment, 499.

        No.135 - Harbors and Navigation Bill, returning without amendment, 500.

        No.136 - Liquor Licensing (Fees) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 500.

        No.137 - Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Plant) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 500.

        No.138 - Evidence (Vulnerable Witnesses) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 500.

        No.139 - Superannuation (Voluntary Separation) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 500.

        No.140 - Guardianship and Administration Bill, insisting on its amendments, 500.

        No.141 - Tobacco Products (Licensing) (Fees) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 500.

        No.142 - Guardianship and Administration Bill, agreeing to grant Conference, 501.

        No.143 - Criminal Injuries Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 509.

        No.144 - Financial Institutions Duty (Reduction of Duty) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 510.

        No.145 - Members of Parliament (Register of Interests) (Returns) Amendment Bill, agreeing to amendment and making a                             consequential amendment, 510.

        No.146 - Guardianship and Administration Bill, agreeing to recommendations from Conference, 511.

        No.147 - Young Offenders Bill, returning with amendments, 511.

        No.148 - Youth Court Bill, returning with amendments, 514.

        No.149 - Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Review Authorities) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 515.

        No.150 - Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare (Registration Fees) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 516.

        No.151 - Education (Truancy) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 516.

        No.152 - Heritage Bill, returning with amendments, 517.

        No.153 - National Parks and Wildlife (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 518.

        No.154 - Criminal Injuries Compensation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, agreeing to amendment and making suggested                             amendments, 519.

Motions -

        ABARE Conference - Motion re, 327; agreed to, 370.

        Adelaide Airport Curfew - Motion re, 155; amendment moved, 219, 220, 279; amendment moved, motion as amended                                 agreed to, 280.

        Agriculture, Departmental Review - Motion re, 301, 369; amendment moved , 369, 429; amendment agreed to, 506; motion as                    amended agreed to, 506.

        Airline Tender Process - Motion re, 40, 76; amendment moved, agreed to, motion as amended agreed to, 77.

        Albury Effluent Disposal - Motion re, 394; amendment moved, 429; amendment agreed to, 507; motion as amended agreed to,                     507.

        Anti-Rabbit Research Foundation - Motion re, 428. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

        Appropriation Bill - Motion to request return from Legislative Council to enable Schedule to be altered, 130; Bill returned                             withdrawn, 134.

        Armistice Day - Motion re, agreed to, 191.

        Arnolds Limited Takeover - Motion re, 278, 456; agreed to 508.

        Ash Wednesday Bushfires - Motion re, 278, 396; agreed to, 508.

        Auditor-General's Report on an Investigation into the State Bank of South Australia - Motion re, 420; amendment moved, 420,                    421 (2); amendment negatived, 422; motion agreed to, 422.

        Auditor-General's Report on the State Bank, After Session Paper  Motion re, 511; agreed to, 511.

        Bill of Special Importance - Motion re, 45 (2), negatived, 46.

        Brighton Kindergarten - Motion re, 242; negatived, 278.

        Brighton and Mawson High Schools Amalgamation - Motion re, 219; negatived, 279.

        Caring for Sick Children - Motion re, 191; agreed to, 396.

        Citizen Initiated Referenda Inquiry by Legislative Review Committee - Motion re, 427, 454; negatived, 484.

        Commonwealth Games Bid - Motion re, 39; agreed to, 56.

        Corporation of Brighton - By-law No. 1 - Bathing and Controlling the Foreshore - Motion for disallowance, 128. (Lapsed owing to                      prorogation).

        Death Penalty Referendum - Motion re, 454, 485; negatived, 486.

        Debt Accumulation - Motion re, 327, 368, 428, 488; negatived, 489.

        District Court Act - Regulation - Court and Transcript Fees - Motion for disallowance, 94, 128; negatived, 485.

        Economic and Finance Committee -

                Motion to note Second Report, 94; agreed to, 108.

                Motion to note Third Report, 94; agreed to, 128.

                Motion to note Fourth Report, 241; agreed to, 241.

                Motion to note Fifth Report, 301; agreed to, 326.

 

Motions - continued -

        Economic Statement - Motion re, 447 (2); agreed to, 447.

        El Alamein, Battle of - Motion re, 128; agreed to, 129.

        Environment, Resources and Development Committee -

                Motion to note First Report, 36; agreed to, 54.

                Motion to note Second Report, 241; agreed to, 277.

                Motion to note Third Report, 325, agreed to, 325.

                Motion to note Fourth Report, 484; agreed to, 484.

        Estimates Committees -

                Appointment of, 86.

                Motion for attendance of Legislative Council Ministers, agreed to, 81.

                Referral to, 84 - 86.

        Mr S.G. Evans, Recognition of Service - Motion re, 334; agreed to, 334.

        Executive Salaries - Motion re, 155; amendment moved, agreed to, motion, as amended, as agreed to, 192.

        Family Services Ombudsman - Motion re, 190; negatived, 191.

        Farmers Federation - Motion re, 95; agreed to, 156.

        Federal Coalition Environment Policy - Motion re, 368; negatived, 508.

        Gaming Machines - Motion re, ruled out of order, 55.

        Garville and Contax Netball Teams - Motion re, 485; agreed to, 485.

        Goods and Services Tax, Churches Opposition to - Motion re, 129. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

        Hackney Tram Barn A - Motion re, 40, 77; negatived, 155.

        Hardy's Block - Motion re, 243; negatived, 395.

        Isolated Students - Motion re, 454. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

        James Brown Memorial Trust - Motion re, agreed to, 190.

        Journalists Register of Interests - Motion re, 242, 328; amendment moved, 395; amendment agreed to, 456; motion as                                 amended agreed to, 456.

        Kurralta Park Community Kindergarten - Motion re, 129, 191; amendment moved, 192, amendment agreed to, motion, as                           amended, agreed to, 192.

        Leader of the Opposition's Tariffs Position - Motion re, 427. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

        Legislative Review Committee, Interim Report - Motion to note, 453; agreed to, 484.

        Liberal Industrial Relations Policy - Motion re, 129, 156, 193, 396; agreed to, 509.

        Liberal Taxation Initiatives - Motion re, 327; read and discharged, 370.

        Lincoln National Park Management - Motion re, 394; agreed to, 394.

        Member's explanation be accepted, 65; negatived, 65.

        Member be suspended from service of House, 66; agreed to, 66.

        Modbury Hospital Bed Closure - Motion re, 454, 486; negatived, 487.

        Motor Car Industry - Motion re, 109, 157, 280; read and discharged, 396.

        Mt Barker Road - Motion re, 108, 130; amendment moved, 130, 156, 221; amendment agreed to, motion, as amended, agreed to,                                221.

        Murray Darling System - Motion re, 190, 396; agreed to 509.

        Murray River Effluent Disposal - Motion re, 278, 395; agreed to, 508.

        National Parks Management - Motion re, 327, 369; read and discharged, 395.

        National Rail Corporation - Motion re, 40, 56; amendment moved, 158, 455 (2), 505; amendment agreed to, 506; motion as                       amended agreed to, 506.

        Neighbourhood Watch - Motion re, 485; agreed to 485.

        No confidence in Government - Motion re, 214 (3); negatived, 215.

        No confidence in Speaker -

                Deferral of motion, 239; disagreement with ruling negatived, 240.

                Motion re, 243; negatived, 244.

        Non-Government Service Agencies Funding - Motion re, 155; agreed to, 220.

        Olympic Games Bid - Motion re, agreed to, 128.

        Olympic Team - Motion re, 39; agreed to, 56.

        Operation Hygiene Inquiry - Motion re, 428, 456, 487; negatived, 488.

        Payroll Tax Abolition - Motion re, 326; amendment moved, 326; read and discharged, 369.

        Poker Machines - Motion re, 76, 95, 220, 507; negatived, 508.

        Questions without notice - Extension of time for asking, 183; agreed to, 183.

        Regional Development - Motion to refer to Environment, Resources and Development Committee, 40; agreed to, 54.

        Rail Funding - Motion re, 40, 56, 77, 95; agreed to, 109.

        Salary Packages, Disclosure of-Motion re, 242, 279; agreed to, 327.

        Select Committee on Bushfire Protection and Suppression Measures Report - Motion to note, 509; agreed to, 509.

        Select Committees - Motion re, 55, 77; negatived, 157.

        Select Committee on Health Administration - Motion for, 303; agreed to, 303.

        Select Committee on the Juvenile Justice System - Motion to note Interim Report, 250; agreed to, 253.

        Select Committee on the Law and Practice Relating to Death and Dying - Motion to note Final Report, 218, 241; agreed to, 242.

        Select Committee on Rural Finance - Motion to note Report, 190, 218, 242, 277; agreed to, 278.

        Social Development Committee - Motion to note Report, 278, 326; agreed to, 427.      

        Standing Orders - Motion for, lapsed for want of absolute majority, 150.

 

Motions - continued -

        State Bank Group Asset Management Division - Motion re, 129, 156, 220, 506; negatived, 507.

        State Bank Royal Commission First Report - Motion re, 227; amendment moved, agreed to, motion as amended

                agreed to, 228-230.

        State Bank Sale - Motion re, 302, 368, 428, 489; negatived, 490.

        State Debt - Motion re, 368, 428; negatived, 488.

        State Taxation Impact on Business - Motion re, 368, 394; negatived, 508.

        Statutory Authorities Executive Salaries - Motion re, 108; agreed to, 108.

        Sturt Highway - Motion re, 39, 55; agreed to, 56.

        Summary Offences Act 1953 - Regulations - Traffic Infringement Notice Expiation Fees - Motion for disallowance, 94, 108;                        negatived, 485.

        Superannuation Policies - Motion re, 302, 328, 370; negatived, 507.

        Supreme Court Act 1935 - Regulations - Probate Fees - Motion for disallowance, 94, 108; negatived, 484.

        TAB - Motion re, 217; negatived, 367.

        Tariff Reductions - Motion re, 55, 109, 157, 397; agreed to, 509.

        Tourist Industry - GST Effect - Motion re, 218, 243; read and discharged, 369.

        Trade Policies - Motion re, 76, 78; agreed to, 78.

        Unemployment Levels - Motion re, 278, 428. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

        Vietnam War - Motion re, 92; agreed to, 92.

        Water Pollution by E & WS - Motion re, 326, 369, 429; negatived, 506.

        Water Quality Research - Motion re, 218; agreed to, 243.

        Water Rating Review - Motion re, 40. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

        Wheat Board Borrowings - Motion re, 95; agreed to, 130.

        Wine Trade Expo - Motion re, 327; agreed to, 369.

        Women's Suffrage Centenary - Motion re, 301 (2); agreed to, 302.

Papers -

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    PAPER

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    NUMBER

 

                    Abortions Notified in South Australia, Committee Appointed to Examine and Report on-

            Report, 1991 (227)                                                                                                                                                                      90                           

            Report, 1992 (474)                                                                                                                                                                      -                              

        Adelaide Casino, Police Supervision - Minute from Minister of Emergency Services to Deputy Premier (365) -                              

        Adelaide Entertainment Centre-

            Correspondence between Trade Practices Commission and Australian Formula One

                Grand Prix Board (381)                                                                                                                            -                              

            Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                                                                                                -                              

        Adelaide Festival Centre Trust-Report, 1991-92 (102)                                                                                    -                              

        Age Provisions in State Acts and Regulations - Working Party Reviewing -

            Report (418)                                                                                                                                                                                -                              

            Amended Report (446)                                                                                                                                                -                              

        Ageing, Office of Commissioner for-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                            144                         

        Agricultural Council of Australia and New Zealand - Record and Resolutions of,

            Meeting of 24 July 1992 (419)                                                                                                                    -                              

        Agriculture, Advisory Board of, Report, 1991-92 (268)                                                                                   -                              

        Agriculture, Department of, Report, 1991-92 (140)                                                                                        149                         

        Animal and Plant Control Commission - Report, 1992 (419)                                                                          119                         

        Art Gallery of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (90, 116)                                                                               41                           

        Arts and Cultural Heritage, Department for-Report, 1991-92 (102)                                                                 -                              

        Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation - Declaration of the Education Ministerial (18)                                       -                              

        Attorney General's Department-Report, 1991-92 (182)                                                                                  151                         

        Auditor-General - An Investigation into the State Bank of South Australia Pursuant to

            Section 25 of the State Bank of South Australia Act 1983 (as amended) - First Report (393)                       200                         

        Auditor-General-Report, 1991-92 (70)                                                                                                            4                             

        Auditor-General-Supplementary Report, 1992 (353)                                                                                        4B                           

        Auditor-General's Department-Report, 1991-92 (386, 446)                                                                             4A                          

        Australian Agricultural Council, Resolutions of 137th Meeting (8)                                                                   -                              

        Australian Formula One Grand Prix Board-Report, 1991 (44, 116)                                                                  45                           

        Australian Formula One Grand Prix, The - Economic Evaluation, 1992 (482)                                                 -                              

        Australian Soil Conservation Council - Record and Resolutions of Meeting of 27 August 1992 (419)               -                              

        Bookmakers Licensing Board-Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                                      -                              

        Carrick Hill Trust-Report, 1991-92 (226)                                                                                                        -                              

        Casino Supervisory Authority-

            Report, 1991-92 (90)                                                                                                                                                  -                              

            Inquiry into the operation of the Licensed Casino and Current Role of Genting

                (South Australia) Pty Ltd (101)                                                                                                               -                              

 

    Papers - continued -

        Central Linen Service-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                                                  -                              

        Charitable Funds, Commissioner for-Report, 1990-91 (8)                                                                                50                           

        Children's Court Advisory Committee-Report, 1991-92 (287)                                                                         27                           

        Children's Services Office-Report, 1991-92 (226)                                                                                            -                              

        Chiropractors Board of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (227)                                                                       145                         

        Classification of Publications Board-Report, 1991-92 (386, 446)                                                                    116                                                         

        Coast Protection Board-Report, 1991-92 (251)                                                                                               51                           

        Commission, Royal-State Bank-

            First Report, November 1992 (205)                                                                                                             -                              

            Second Report, March 1993 (337)                                                                                                               -                              

        Committees-

            Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary -

                Aboriginal Lands Trust - Report, 1992 (251)                                                                                           -                              

                Maralinga Lands - Report, 1992 (251)                                                                                                     -                              

                Pitjantjatjara Lands - Report, 1992 (251)                                                                                                -                              

            Economic and Finance-

                Second Report-Inquiry into the acquisition by the Electricity Trust of South Australia of

                    1 Anzac Highway, Keswick and the disposal of 220 Greenhill Road, Eastwood (71)                              172                         

                Third Report-Inquiry into the Public Accountability of the Australian Formula One

                    Grand Prix Board (75)                                                                                                                          173                         

                Fourth Report-Inquiry into the Woods and Forests Department (217)                                                     176                         

                Fifth Report-Inquiry into the Continued Existence of the West Beach Trust (271)                                  182                         

                Sixth Report-Annual Report - March 1993 (453)                                                                                    187                         

                Response to First Report - Public Sector Asset Management Developments 1988-91 -

                    Education Department (35)                                                                                                                 -                              

                    Electricity Trust of South Australia (10)                                                                                              -                              

                    Engineering and Water Supply Department (10)                                                                                  -                              

                    Environment and Planning, Department of (10)                                                                                  -                              

                    Lands Department (10)                                                                                                                        -                              

                    Premier and Cabinet, Department of (35)                                                                                            -                              

                    Road Transport, Department of (9)                                                                                                     -                              

                    South Australian Health Commission (7)                                                                                              -                              

                    State Transport Authority (9)                                                                                                              -                              

                    Treasury Department (7)                                                                                                                     -                                              

                Response to the Third Report-Inquiry into the Public Accountability of the Australian

                 Formula One Grand Prix Board - Minister of Business and Regional Development (267)                         -                              

            Environment, Resources and Development-

                First Report - Proposed Public Work of Construction of Facilities for the Department of

                 Agriculture on the Waite Campus of the University of Adelaide (36)                                                      171                         

                Second Report - Mount Lofty Ranges Management Plan and Supplementary Development Plan (241)   178                         

                Third Report - Procedure for Consideration of Supplementary Development Plans (252)                        183                         

                Fourth Report - Mt. Lofty Ranges Management Plan (484)                                                                     188                         

                Response to First Report - Proposed Public Work of Construction of Facilities for the

                 Department of Agriculture on the Waite Campus of the University of Adelaide - Minister

                 of Primary Industries (170)                                                                                                                     -                              

                Response to Second Report - Mount Lofty Ranges Management Plan and Supplementary

                 Development Plan - Minister of Housing, Urban Development and Local Government                                                         

                Supplementary Development Plans -

                    Second Report (28)                                                                                                                              -                              

                    Third Report (325)                                                                                                                              -                              

                    Fourth Report - City of Mitcham and City of Happy Valley: Sturt Gorge and Craigburn -

                        Regional Open Space and Residential Supplementary Development Plan (393)

            Estimates Committee A -

                Report, 1992 (96)                                                                                                                                                    -                              

                Minutes of Proceedings, 1992 (96)                                                                                                          -                              

            Estimates Committee B -

                Report, 1992 (96)                                                                                                                                                    -                              

                Minutes of Proceedings, 1992 (96)                                                                                                          -                              

            Legislative Review Committee-

                Courts System - An Inquiry into Matters Pertinent to South Australians being able to obtain

                    adequate, appropriate and affordable justice in and through the Courts System -

                        Interim Report (426)                                                                                                                       180                         

                Reports on Subordinate Legislation, Eleventh to Twenty Ninth (28 (2), 39, 53 (2), 76, 91,

                    92, 107, 127, 189, 239, 271, 343, 365, 393, 425, 426, 482)                                                               -                              

   


    Papers - Legislative Review Committee - continued -

                Minutes of Evidence-

                    Corporation of Brighton - By-law No. 1 - Controlling of Foreshore and Rules of Court under

                     the Magistrates Court Act relating to Civil Jurisdiction (75)                                                                -                              

                    Courts Administration Bill (2) (189, 217)                                                                                            -                              

                    District, Magistrates and Supreme Courts Acts - Regulations - Court Transcript Fees (53, 83)              -                              

                    Freedom of Information Act 1991 - Regulations - Senior Secondary Assessment Board of

                      South Australia - Exempt Agency (271)                                                                                             -                              

                    Medical Practitioners Act - Regulations - Registration Fees (107)                                                        -                              

                    Optometrists Act - Regulations - Optometrists and Optical Dispensers (2) (8, 166)                             -                              

                    Planning Act 1982 - Regulations - Development Controls - Local Government (271)                         -                              

                Printing Committee -

                    First Report, 1992-93 (116)                                                                                                                -                              

                    Second Report, 1992-93 (446)                                                                                                             -                              

            Joint Select -

                    Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation  System -

                        Second Interim Report on Appeal and Review Processes (252)                                                        181                         

                        Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence (252)                                                                                                                    

                        Final Report (426)                                                                                                                           186                         

                        Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence (426)                                                                                     -                              

            Select -

                    Bushfire Protection and Suppression Measures-

                        Report (524)                                                                                                                                                    189                         

                        Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence (524)                                                                                     -                              

                    Juvenile Justice System -

                        Interim Report (249)                                                                                                                       179                         

                        Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence (249)                                                                                     -                              

                        Second Interim Report (377)                                                                                                           184                         

                        Final Report (420)                                                                                                                           185                         

                    Law and Practice Relating to Death and Dying -

                        Report (219)                                                                                                                                                    175                         

                        Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence (219)                                                                                     -                              

                    Rural Finance -

                        Report (166)                                                                                                                                                    174                         

                        Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence (166)                                                                                     -                              

            Social Development Committee -

                    First Report - Social Implications of Population Change in South Australia (227)                                177                         

                    Response to First Report - Social Implications of Population Change in South Australia -

                        Environment and Land Management, Minister of (386)                                                                  -                              

                        Health, Family and Community Services, Minister of (418)                                                             -                              

        Community Support Incorporated-

            Final Report of the Examination of Operations (271)                                                                                 -                              

            Price Waterhouse Audit, 1991-92 (271)                                                                                                      -                              

        Conflict of Interest, Attorney-General's Report for Cabinet on the Principles Relating to (44)                        -                              

        Construction and Industry Long Service Leave Board -

            Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                                                                                                129                         

            Report on Estimates of Liabilities, 30 June 1992 (206)                                                                                -                              

        Consumer Affairs, Commissioner for-Report, 1991-92 (206)                                                                          75A                        

        Cooperative Housing Authority, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (119)                                                       -                              

        Corporate Affairs Commission - Report, 1991-92 (266, 446)                                                                          14                           

        Corporation By-laws-

            Brighton - No. 1 - Bathing and Controlling of Foreshore (11)                                                                      -                              

            Elizabeth - No. 2 - Streets (Amendment) (418)                                                                                            -                              

            Glenelg -

                No. 2 - Foreshore (287)                                                                                                                           -                              

                No. 6 - Public Conveniences (11)                                                                                                             -                              

            Happy Valley -

                No. 5 - Garbage (338)                                                                                                                              -                              

                No. 10 - Repeal of By-laws (338)                                                                                                             -                              

            Henley and Grange - No. 14 - Liquor Control (12)                                                                                       -                              

            Hindmarsh - No. 25 - Keeping of Poultry (201)                                                                                           -                              

            Mitcham -

                No. 2 - Street Trader (432)                                                                                                                      -                              

                No. 3 - Garbage Removal (432)                                                                                                                -                              

                No. 4 - Fire Prevention (432)                                                                                                                  -                              

                No. 8 - Poultry (432)                                                                                                                               -                              

                No. 9 - Bees (432)                                                                                                                                                   -                              

    Papers - Corporation By-laws - continued -                                                                                                         

            Mt Gambier -No. 5 - Council Land (267)                                                                                                     -                              

            Naracoorte - No. 5 - Dogs (44)                                                                                                                    -                              

            Port Pirie -

                No. 1 - Permits and Penalties                                                                                                                   -                              

                No. 2 - Taxis                                                                                                                                                           -                              

            Salisbury -

                No. 1 - Permits and Penalties (338)                                                                                                         -                              

                No. 2 - Streets (Amendment) (418)                                                                                                         -                              

                No. 5 - Dogs (418)                                                                                                                                                   -                              

                No. 7 - Animals and Birds (418)                                                                                                               -                              

                No.10 - Inflammable Undergrowth (418)                                                                                                 -                              

            Thebarton - No. 2 - Streets and Public Places (12)                                                                                       -                              

            West Torrens - No. 7 - Public Conveniences (71)                                                                                        -                              

            Woodville-

                No. 1 - Permits and Penalties (44)                                                                                                           -                              

                No. 16 - Liquor Control (44)                                                                                                                   -                              

        Correctional Services Advisory Council-Report, 1991-92 (182)                                                                       -                              

        Correctional Services, Department-Report, 1991-92 (182)                                                                              38                           

        Country Fire Service-Report, 1991-92 (251)                                                                                                   130                         

        Court Services Department-

            Report, 1991-92 (102)                                                                                                                                                147                         

            Report, 1991-92 Erratum (251)

        Dental Board of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (91, 116)                                                                            79                           

        Deregulation, Government Adviser on-

            Report, 1991-92 (267)                                                                                                                                               -              

            Report of Small Business Inquiry and Statutory Licence Review (206)

        Development Bill, Draft, and an Explanation of Clauses (252)                                                                        -              

        Disciplinary Appeals Tribunal, Report, 1991-92 (32)                                                                                      -                              

        District Council By-laws-

            Beachport - No. 6 - Animals and Birds (12)                                                                                                 -                              

            Cleve -

                No. 3 - Bees (386)                                                                                                                                                   -                              

                No. 4 - Caravans and Camping (386)                                                                                                       -                              

                No. 6 - Council Land (386)                                                                                                                      -                              

            Coober Pedy -

                No. 1 - Permits and Penalties (418)                                                                                                         -                              

                No. 2 - Council Land (418)                                                                                                                      -                              

                No. 3 - Taxis (418)                                                                                                                                                  -                              

                No. 4 - Electricity Supply (418)                                                                                                               -                              

                No. 5 - Nuisances (418)                                                                                                                           -                              

            Crystal Brook - Redhill-

                No. 5 - Caravans and Camping (71)                                                                                                         -                              

                No. 6 - Animals and Birds (71)                                                                                                                 -                              

            Kingscote-

                No. 1 - Permits and Penalties (12)                                                                                                           -                              

                No. 2 - Height of Fences near Intersections (12)                                                                                      -                              

                No. 3 - Garbage Removal (12)                                                                                                                  -                              

                No. 4 - Inflammable Undergrowth (12)                                                                                                    -                              

                No. 5 - Camping Reserves (12)                                                                                                                -                              

                No. 6 - Bees (12)                                                                                                                                                     -                              

            Lacepede - No. 9 - Council Land ( 267 )                                                                                                      -                              

            Loxton - No. 39 - Dogs (12)                                                                                                                        -                              

            Mt Barker - No. 29 - Animal Drawn Vehicles (90)                                                                                       -                              

            Mt Remarkable-

                No. 1 - Permits and Penalties (12)                                                                                                           -                              

                No. 2 - Streets and Roads (12)                                                                                                                  -                              

                No. 3 - Fire Prevention (12)                                                                                                                    -                              

                No. 5 - Animals and Birds (12)                                                                                                                 -                              

                No. 6 - Bees (12)                                                                                                                                                     -                              

            Port MacDonnell-

                No. 1 - Permits and Penalties (12)                                                                                                           -                              

                No. 2 - Council Land (12)                                                                                                                        -                              

                No. 3 - Garbage Removal (44)                                                                                                                  -                              

                No. 4 - Caravans and Camping (44)                                                                                                         -                              

                No. 5 - Animals and Birds (44)                                                                                                                 -                              

                No. 6 - Dogs (44)                                                                                                                                                     -                              

 

    Papers - District Council By-laws - Port MacDonnell - continued -

                No. 7 - Bees (44)                                                                                                                                                     -                              

            Rocky River -

                No. 1 - Permits and Penalties (90)                                                                                                           -                              

                No. 2 - Streets and Public Places (90)                                                                                                       -                              

                No. 3 - Dogs (90)                                                                                                                                                     -                              

                No. 4 - Bees (90)                                                                                                                                                     -                              

                No. 5 - Animals and Birds (90)                                                                                                                 -                              

            Tumby Bay -

                No. 24 - Control of Dogs (12)                                                                                                                 -                              

                No. 40 - Council Reserves (318)                                                                                                              -                              

            Victor Harbor - No. 33 - Garbage Removal (12)                                                                                           -                              

            Wakefield Plains - No. 9 - Fire Prevention (418)                                                                                         -                              

            Warooka-

                No. 11 - Amendment (71)                                                                                                                       -                              

                No. 12 - Fire Prevention (71)                                                                                                                  -                              

            Yorketown -

                No. 3 - Foreshore (71)                                                                                                                             -                              

                No. 8 - Garbage Removal (12)                                                                                                                  -                              

        Dried Fruits Board of South Australia - Report For Year Ended 29 February 1992 (268)                                  -

        Education and Related Training between the Governments of Australia and the

            United States of America, Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in (18)                                      -                              

        Education, Director-General of - Report, 1990-91 (446)

        Education, Director-General of, Portfolio Co-ordinator, Education, Employment

            and Training - Report, 1992 (418)                                                                                                                

        Education Ministerial, Declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) (18)                           -                              

        Electricity Trust of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (140)                                                                             64                           

        Electricity Trust of South Australia Superannuation Scheme-Report, 1991-92 (226)                                       -                              

        Employment and Technical and Further Education, Department of - Report, 1991-92  (251)                         103                         

        Energy Planning, Office of-Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                                         -                              

        Enfield General Cemetery Trust-Report, 1991-92 (90)                                                                                    -                              

        Engineering and Water Supply Department-Report, 1991-92 (140)                                                                 35                           

        Enterprise Investments Limited-Financial Statements, 1991-92 (64)                                                               -                              

        Enterprise Investment Trust-Financial Statements 1991-92 (64)                                                                     -                              

        Enterprise Securities Limited-Financial Statements, 1991-92 (64)                                                                   -                              

        Environmental Protection Council-Report, 1991-92 (226)                                                                             95                           

        Environment and Planning, Department of-Report, 1991-92 (90, 116)                                                          92                           

        Equal Opportunity, Commissioner for-Report, 1991-92 (251, 446)                                                                 109                         

        Evidence Act 1929 - Report of the Attorney-General Relating to Suppression Orders, 1991-92 (201)             -                              

        Family and Community Services, Department for-Report, 1991-92 (140)                                                       23                           

        Film Corporation, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (206)                                                                             80                           

        Finance-

            Budget, The and Its Impact on Women, 1992-93 (64)                                                                                 81                           

            Budget, The and the Social Justice Strategy, 1992-93 (64)                                                                           30                           

            Capital Works Program, 1992-93 (64)                                                                                                        83                           

            Economic Conditions and the Budget, 1992-93 (64)                                                                                    11                           

            Estimates of Payments and Receipts, 1992-93 (64)                                                                                     9                             

            Financial Statements, 1992-93 (64)                                                                                                             18                           

        Financing Authority, South Australian Government - Report of the Review of, April 1993 (504)                    -                              

        Fisheries, Department of-Report, 1991-92 (227)                                                                                             39                           

        Food Act, 1985-Report on Operation of, 1991-92 (206)                                                                                 -                              

        Forestry Act, 1950-Proclamations-Land Ceasing to be Forest Reserve -

                Mount Burr Forest District (319)                                                                                                             -                              

                Mount Gambier Forest District (11)                                                                                                         -              

                Murray Lands Forest District (11)                                                                                                            -                              

                Penola Forest District (70)                                                                                                                      -                              

                Southern Hills Forest District (11)                                                                                                           -                              

        Foundation S.A.-Report, 1991-92 (227)                                                                                                          -                              

        Freedom of Information Act, 1991-Report on the Operation of, 1991-92 (206)                                             -                              

        Friendly Societies Act - General Laws -

            Friendly Societies Medical Association Incorporated (354)                                                                          -                              

            Lifeplan Community Services (266)                                                                                                             -                              

            Lifeplan Community Services - Amendments (318)                                                                                     -                              

            Lifeplan and Manchester Unity Friendly Society (101)                                                                                -                              

        Genting Group, Adelaide Casino-Western Australian Operations (354)                                                             -                              


    Papers - continued -

        Government Financing Authority, South Australian-

            Report, 1991-92 (64, 116, 446)                                                                                                                  48                           

            Report, April 1993 (504)

        Government Management Board-Report, 1991-92 (90, 116)                                                                           110                         

        Governor's Opening Speech (2)                                                                                                                        1                             

        Greyhound Racing Board, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                  -                              

        Harness Racing Board, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                      -                              

        Health Commission, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                         121                         

        Highways Act 1926 - Lease of Department of Road Transport Properties, 1991-92 (102)                              -                              

        History Trust of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (90, 116)                                                                           118                         

        HomeStart-Report, 1991-92 (182)                                                                                                                  -                              

        Housing and Construction, Department of-Report, 1991-92 (102)                                                                  153                         

        Housing Trust, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (119)                                                                                  42                           

        Industrial and Commercial Training Commission-Report, 1991-92 (226)                                                        100                         

        Industrial Court and Commission of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (18, 116)                                              86                           

        Industrial Relations Advisory Council-Report for year ended December 1992 (338)                                         -                              

        Industry, Trade and Technology, Department of-Report, 1991-92 (102)                                                        115                         

        Joint Parliamentary Service Committee-Report, 1991-92 (90)                                                                        -                              

        Joint Sitting of the Two Houses for the Choosing of a Senator - Minutes of Proceedings (3)                            170                         

        Lands, Department of-Report, 1991-92 (251)                                                                                                 10                           

        Legal Practitioners Complaints Committee - Statistical Report, 1986-92 (418)                                               -                              

        Legal Services Commission-Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                                         136                         

        Libraries Board of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (182)                                                                               54                           

        Listening Devices Act 1972-Report on the Operation of, 1991-92 (182)                                                        -                              

        Local Government Finance Authority of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (90, 116)                                      43                           

        Local Government Grants Commission, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (251)                                            106                         

        Local Government Superannuation Board-Report, 1991-92 (251)                                                                   -                              

        Lotteries Commission of South Australia -

            Report, 1991-92 (64, 116)                                                                                                                          32

            Schedule of Letters, Reports and Extracts from Commission Minutes (251)                                                 -                              

        Lyell McEwin Health Service Superannuation Fund-Report, 1990-91 (91)                                                       -                              

        Manufacturing, South Australian Centre for - Report, 1992 (418)                                                                    -                              

        Marine and Harbors, Department of-Report, 1991-92 (227)                                                                            -                              

        Meat Corporation, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (206)                                                                            59                           

        Meat Hygiene Authority, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                  36                           

        Medical Board of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (102)                                                                                57                           

        Medical and Veterinary Science, Institute of - Report, 1991-92 (386, 446)                                                      125                         

        Members' Interests, Register of, House of Assembly-Statement, June 1992 (90)                                               133                         

        Mental Health Service, South Australian - Review, April 1993 (504)                                                               -                              

        Metropolitan Fire Service, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (91, 116)                                                          40                           

        Metropolitan Milk Board-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                                            -                              

        Metropolitan Taxi-Cab Act, 1956-Applications to Lease-8 April 1992 (9)                                                     -                              

        Metropolitan Taxi-Cab Board-Report, 1991-92 (227)                                                                                     12                           

        Mines and Energy, Department of-Report 1991-92 (251)                                                                               26                           

        Ministerial Statements -

            Court Services Department Award (354)                                                                                                      -                              

            Machinery of Government (482)                                                                                                                 -                              

            Public Sector Reform Agenda (474)                                                                                                             -                              

            Reform of the South Australian Public Sector (474)                                                                                     -                              

            State Bank Royal Commission, Future of (343)

        Motor Fuel Licensing Board-Report, year ended 31 December 1992 (386)                                                       -                              

        Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs, Commission and Office of, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (182)            29                           

        Murray Darling Basin Commission-Report, 1990-91 (91)                                                                                -                              

        Museum Board, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (90, 116, 446)                                                                   8                             

        National Crime Authority-Report, 1991-92 (251)                                                                                           -                              

        National Road Safety Strategy-Report, 1991-92 (251)                                                                                     -                              

        National Road Transport Commission-Report, 1991-92 (227)                                                                        -                              

        National Road Trauma Advisory Council-Report, 1991 (9)                                                                              -                              

        Non-Government Schools Registration Board-Report, 1991-92 (354)                                                             -                              

        Northern Cultural Trust-Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                                              -                              

        Nurses Board of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                                  82                           

        Occupational Health and Safety Commission, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (267)                                   -                              

        Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act, 1986-Code of Practice for Manual Handling (91)                     -                              

        Occupational Therapists Registration Board-Report, 1991-92 (252)                                                                -                              


    Papers - continued -

        Ombudsman-

            Report, 1991-92 (90)                                                                                                                                                  76                           

            Report to Speaker Relating to State Bank Files (33)                                                                                     -                              

            Further Report Relating to State Bank Files (43)                                                                                          -                              

        Outback Areas Community Development Trust-Report, 1991-92 (251)                                                          47                           

        Parks Community Centre-Report, 1991-92 (182)                                                                                            22                           

        Parliamentary Superannuation Scheme-Report, 1991-92 (90)                                                                          -                              

        Pharmacy Board of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                             -                              

        Pipelines Authority of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (91)                                                                          68                           

        Planning Act, Crown Development Reports -

            Hundred of Caroline, Proposed Land Division Application (354)                                                                 -                              

            Eden Hills, Land Division (32)                                                                                                                     -                              

            Goolwa Barrage, Erection of Storage Shed (267)                                                                                          -                              

            Relocation of Transportable Classrooms -

                Goolwa Primary School (267)                                                                                                                  -                              

                Mt Compass Area School (267)                                                                                                               -                              

            Willunga Police Station, Re-roofing (267)                                                                                                   -                              

        Planning Appeal Tribunal-Report, 1991-92 (251)                                                                                           71                                                           

        Police, Commissioner of, Memorandum to Minister of Emergency Services regarding issuing of an

            Infringement Notice (133)                                                                                                                                           -                              

        Police, Commissioner of-Report, 1991-92 (140)                                                                                             53                           

        Police (Complaints and Disciplinary Proceedings) Act-Report on the Operation of 1991-92 (63)                   -                              

        Police Department, Introduction of Contract Policing and Establishment of a Police Board in

            South Australia-Report, 1992 (239)                                                                                                             -                              

        Police Superannuation Board-Report, 1991-92 (226)                                                                                       -                              

        Premier and Cabinet, Department of-Report, 1991-92 (171)                                                                           91                           

        Promotion and Grievance Appeals Tribunal, Report, 1991-92 (32)                                                                 -                              

        Psychological Board, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (252)                                                                        102                         

        Public and Consumer Affairs, Department of-Report, 1991-92 (206)                                                              75                           

        Public Employment, Commissioner for-Report, 1991-92 (213)                                                                       114                         

        Public Prosecutions, Director of-Attorney-General's Directions of (8)                                                             -                              

        Public Sector Employees Superannuation Scheme-Report, 1991-92 (64)                                                          -                              

        Public Sector Classification Levels-Reply to Question Without Notice

            from Hon. D.C. Brown to the Premier (226)                                                                                               -                              

        Public Sector Response in the Revitalisation of South Australia, The - A Bias for Yes (474)                            -                              

        Racecourses Development Board-Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                                 -                              

        Racing Act-Rules -

            Greyhound Racing Board-Blinkers, Suspension and Maiden Status (119)                                                       -                              

            Harness Racing-Bi-Carbonate Testing (10)                                                                                                   -                              

        Radiation Protection and Control Act, 1982-Report on the Administration of, 1991-92 (91)                         -                              

        Random Breath Testing in South Australia: Operation and Effectiveness-Report, 1989-91 (206)                    -                              

        Regulations under Acts-

            Adelaide Festival Centre Trust-General (70)                                                                                                 -                              

            Agriculture Chemicals - Registration Fee Revocation (268)                                                                          -                              

            Ambulance Services - Prescribed Services (319)                                                                                            -                              

            Animal and Plant Control (Agricultural Protection and Other Purposes)-Various (227)                               -                              

            Associations Incorporation Act - Fees (418)                                                                                                -                              

            Beverage Container-

                500ml Containers (182)                                                                                                                           -                              

                Beer, Water and Soft Drink (318)                                                                                                            -                              

                Glass Containers-Exemptions (10)                                                                                                           -                              

            Bills of Sale-Fees (2) (10, 418)                                                                                                                     -                              

            Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration-Fees (8)                                                                                      -                              

            Boating-  

                Hire and Drive-Commencement (11)                                                                                                       -                              

                Murray Bridge-Bathing Zones (11)                                                                                                           -                              

                Port Stanvac Zoning (11)                                                                                                                        -                              

                Stansbury Zoning-Speed Limits (11)                                                                                                         -                              

            Boilers and Pressure Vessels-Fees (11)                                                                                                          -                              

            Botanic Gardens-Fees and Charges (10)                                                                                                        -                              

            Builders Licensing-Fees (8)                                                                                                                           -                              

            Building-Building Code-Bushfire Prone Areas (10)                                                                                        -                              

            Business Names Act - Fees (418)                                                                                                                  -                              

            Cattle Compensation - Compensation Level (268)                                                                                      -                              

            Children's Services  - Appeal Procedures (267)                                                                                             -                              


    Papers - Regulations under Acts - continued -

            Chiropractors-

                Election of Board Members (7)                                                                                                                -                              

                Registration-Miscellaneous (7)                                                                                                                 -                              

            City of Adelaide Development Control -

                Heritage Item Removal (267)                                                                                                                  -                                              

                Heritage Register Additions (10)                                                                                                                                             

            Classification of Films for Public Exhibition -                                                                                              -                              

                Prescribed Symbols (70)                                                                                                                           -                              

                MA Classification (474)

            Classification of Publications -                                                                                                                     -                              

                Jundah Aboriginal Corporation-Exemptions (8)                                                                                       -                              

                MA Classification (474)                                                                                                                           -                              

                Sydney Inside Out-Exemption (287)                                                                                                        -                              

            Clean Air-

                Burn Off Exclusions (226)                                                                                                                       -                              

                CFC Phase Out-Exemption (10)                                                                                                              -                              

                Fees (446)                                                                                                                                                                -                              

            Commercial and Private Agents-

                Fees (9)                                                                                                                                                                    -                              

                Grand Prix Security Guards Licensing (90)                                                                                                -                              

            Commercial Tribunal-

                Fees (9)                                                                                                                                                                    -                              

                Transcript Fees (139)                                                                                                                              -              

            Construction Industry Long Service Leave Act - Levy Rate (267)                                                               -                              

            Consumer Credit-Fees (9)                                                                                                                             -                              

            Consumer Transactions-Fees (9)                                                                                                                  -                              

            Controlled Substances-

                Cannabis Offences-

                    Expiation Notice (267)

                    Number of Plants (91)                                                                                                                         -                              

                    Revocation (91)                                                                                                                                                   -                              

                Declared Prohibited Substances (8)                                                                                                           -                              

                Declared Prohibited Substances (Amendment) (91)                                                                                  -                                              

                Ethylamphetamine (8)                                                                                                                             -                              

                Pest Controller's Licence (474)                                                                                                                -                              

                Pesticides (8)                                                                                                                                                           -                              

                Poisons-Coco-Leaf (418)                                                                                                                         -                              

                Poisons-Monitor and Control (8)                                                                                                             -                              

                Poisons Possession (8)                                                                                                                             -                              

            Co-operatives - Fees (418)                                                                                                                           -                              

            Correctional Services-Unauthorised Substance-Cannabis (44)                                                                       -                              

            Cremation-Fees (9)                                                                                                                                                      -                              

            Crown Lands-

                Fees (2) (10, 418)                                                                                                                                                    -                              

                Fees, Proclamations, Notices (386)                                                                                                          -                              

            Dangerous Substances-

                Expiation Fees (319)                                                                                                                                               -                              

                Fees (11)                                                                                                                                                                  -                              

            District Court-Court and Transcript Fees (9)                                                                                                -                              

            Dog Control-Truro Dog District Number (10)                                                                                              -                              

            Drugs-Advisory Committee Fees (32)                                                                                                          -                              

            Education-

                Expiation Fees (318)                                                                                                                                               -                              

                Open Access College, Marden (9)                                                                                                             -                              

                Suspension, Exclusion and Expulsion (226)                                                                                              -                              

            Electricity Trust of South Australia-Unscreened Conductors-Vegetation Clearances (11)                             -                              

            Evidence  - Reproduction of Documents (418)                                                                                             -                              

            Expiation of Offences - Late Payment Form (318)                                                                                     -                              

            Explosives-

                Expiation Fees (319)                                                                                                                                               -                              

                Fees (11)                                                                                                                                                                  -                              

            Fees Regulation-

                Fees (9)                                                                                                                                                                    -                              

                Motor Registration, Licence (9)                                                                                                               -                              

                Stock Medicines -  Fees Revocation (268)                                                                                                -                              

            Financial Institutions Duty - Credit Unions - Non Application (337)                                                           -                              

 

    Papers - Regulations under Acts - continued -

            Firearms -

                Fees (10)                                                                                                                                                                  -                              

                General (474)                                                                                                                                                           -                              

            Fisheries-

                Abalone Fisheries-Licence Fees (8)                                                                                                          -                              

                Fish Processors-

                    Licence Fees (8)                                                                                                                                                   -                              

                    Registration Fee (8)                                                                                                                             -                              

                General-River Murray Lock Fishing (8)                                                                                                    -                              

                Gulf Waters Experimental Crab Fishery-Blue Crab (8)                                                                              -                              

                Lakes and Coorong Fisheries-Licence Fees (8)                                                                                         -                              

                Licence Fees-General (8)                                                                                                                          -                              

                Marine Scalefish Fisheries -

                    Licence Transfer and Fees (8)                                                                                                              -                              

                    Licence Transfer (268)                                                                                                                        -                              

                Miscellaneous-Licence Fees (8)                                                                                                                -                              

                Prawn Fisheries-Licence Fees (8)                                                                                                             -                              

                Recreational Fees (227)                                                                                                                           -                              

                River Fisheries-Licence Fees (8)                                                                                                               -                              

                Rock Lobster (319)                                                                                                                                                  -                              

                Rock Lobster Fisheries-Licence Fees and Pot Allocation (8)                                                                    -                              

                Use of Buoys (8)                                                                                                                                                      -                              

            Freedom of Information -

                SABSA Exemption (267)                                                                                                                         -                              

                SABSA Exemption (Amendment) (267)                                                                                                  -                              

            Gaming Machines-General (354)                                                                                                                  -                              

            Goods Securities-Fees (9)                                                                                                                              -                              

            Harbors-

                Charges to Price Sensitive Trades (11)                                                                                                     -                              

                Dragon Boat Festival (71)                                                                                                                        -                              

                Fees and Penalties (267)                                                                                                                          -                              

                General (120)

                Waiver of Fees (32)                                                                                                                                                 -                              

            Housing Co-operatives - Electoral Procedures (267)                                                                                    -                              

            Housing Improvement-Standards (70)                                                                                                          -                              

            Industrial and Commercial Training-Clerical Processing (Legal)                                                                   -                              

            Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration (Commonwealth Provisions) - Transitional Provisions (267)          -                              

            Industrial Relations (SA) - Disabled Workers Awards (11)                                                                            -                              

            Land Agents, Brokers and Valuers- Fees (9)                                                                                                  -                              

            Landlord and Tenant -

                Aboriginal Lands Trust (446)                                                                                                                   -                              

                Fees (9)                                                                                                                                                                    -                              

            Legal Practitioners -

                Practising Certificate Fees (182)                                                                                                              -                              

                Professional Indemnity Insurance Scheme (182)                                                                                      -                              

            Lifts and Cranes-Fees (11)                                                                                                                           -                              

            Liquor Licensing-

                Dry Areas-

                    Adelaide (318)                                                                                                                                                     -                              

                    Berri (418)                                                                                                                                                           -                              

                    Ceduna, Thevenard (9)                                                                                                                         -                              

                    Colannades Shopping Complex (418)                                                                                                   -                              

                    Gawler (287)                                                                                                                                                        -                              

                    Glenelg (Variation) (418)                                                                                                                     -                              

                    Port Augusta (267)                                                                                                                              -                              

                    Port Augusta (Amendment) (267)                                                                                                        -                              

                    Various (267)                                                                                                                                                       -                              

                    Whyalla Foreshore (354)                                                                                                                     -                              

                Exemptions - Accommodation (354)                                                                                                       -                              

                Fees (9)                                                                                                                                                                    -                              

            Local Government-

                Appeal Application Fee (11)                                                                                                                    -                              

                Auditors (11)                                                                                                                                                           -                              

                Budget and Reporting (474)                                                                                                                     -                              

                Members Allowances (474)                                                                                                                      -                              

                Prescribed Day (71)                                                                                                                                                 -                              

 

    Papers - Regulations under Acts - Local Government - continued -

                Superannuation Contributions (11)                                                                                                           -                              

            Lottery and Gaming-Expiry Extension (9)                                                                                                   -                              

            Magistrates Court-Court, Transcript and Bailiff Fees (9)                                                                              -                              

            Marine-

                Commercial Vessels-

                    Qualifications and Crewing Fees (11)                                                                                                    -                              

                    Qualifications and Crewing Fees (Amendment) (91)                                                                             -                              

                Fees-Survey, Equipment and Loadline (11)                                                                                               -                              

                Floating Establishments (11)                                                                                                                    -                              

                Navigational and Fishing Inland Waters (11)                                                                                            -                              

            Marine Environment Protection-

                Commencement and Fees (32)                                                                                                                 -                              

                Interpretation - Business (318)                                                                                                                -                              

            Marine and Fees Regulations - Consultancy Fees (288)                                                                                 -                              

            Medical Practitioners-Registration Fees (91)                                                                                                -                              

            Metropolitan Taxi-Cab - Smoking (474)                                                                                                      -                              

            Mines and Works Inspection-Fees (11)                                                                                                        -                              

            Mining-Fees (11)                                                                                                                                         -                              

            Motor Vehicles-

                Authorised Examiners Fees (418)                                                                                                             -                              

                Authorised Examiners Fees (Variation) (418)                                                                                           -                              

                Motor Registration and Licence Fees (9)                                                                                                  -                              

                National Demerit Points Scheme (9)                                                                                                        -                              

                Practical Driving Examination (319)                                                                                                       -                              

                Proof of Age Card Fees (9)                                                                                                                      -                              

                Towing (9)                                                                                                                                                               -                              

            National Parks and Wildlife-

                Para Wirra Park and Alligator Gorge (10)                                                                                                -                              

                Permit Fees (10)                                                                                                                                                      -                              

            Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare-

                Asbestos Removal Licences (11)                                                                                                              -                              

                Construction Safety-Fees (11)                                                                                                                  -                              

                Employer Registration Fee (11)                                                                                                               -                              

                Use of Plant (227)                                                                                                                                                   -                              

            Optometrists -

                Optometrists and Optical Dispensers (8, 393)                                                                                          -                              

                Registration Fees (267)                                                                                                                            -                              

            Pastoral Land Management and Conservation-Fees (2) (10, 418)                                                                -                              

            Physiotherapists-Fees (8)                                                                                                                             -                              

            Places of Public Entertainment-Fees (9)                                                                                                      -                              

            Planning-

                Additional Third Party Appeal Exemptions (70)                                                                                     -                              

                Development Control -

                    Local Government (267)                                                                                                                     -                              

                    West Lakes (10)                                                                                                                                                  -                              

                    Mount Lofty Ranges Water Protection Area (10)                                                                                -                              

                Moveable Business Signs (354)                                                                                                                 -                              

                Third Party Appeals-Exemptions (70)                                                                                                     -                              

            Police Superannuation - Aboriginal Police Aides (354)                                                                                 -                              

            Prevention of Cruelty to Animals-Code of Practice-Animals for Scientific Purposes (18)                            -                              

            Psychological Practices-Registration Renewal Fee (8)                                                                                  -                              

            Public and Environmental Health-

                Cytology and Biopsy Results (319)                                                                                                          -                              

                Swimming and Spa Pools (8)                                                                                                                    -                              

            Rates and Land Tax Remission - Schedule Variation (318)                                                                           -                              

            Real Property-

                Fees (10)                                                                                                                                                                  -                              

                Glenelg Oval                                                                                                                                                            -                              

                Land Division Application Fees (10)                                                                                                        -                              

                Lodgment Fee (10)                                                                                                                                                  -                              

                Lodgment Fee (Amendment) (10)                                                                                                            -                              

                Registrar-General-Fees (418)                                                                                                                    -                              

                Requisition Fee (418)                                                                                                                                               -                              

                Revocation - Lodgement Surcharge (354)                                                                                                -                              

                Survey Exemptions (10)                                                                                                                          -                              

                Transferable Title Rights (10)                                                                                                                  -                              

 

    Papers - Regulations under Acts - Real Property - continued -

                Variation (418)                                                                                                                                                        -                              

            Recreation Grounds (Regulations)-Glenelg Oval (11)                                                                                    -                              

            Registration of Deeds-Fees (2) (10)                                                                                                              -                              

            Roads (Opening and Closing) - Fees (2) (10)                                                                                                -                              

            Road Traffic-

                Bicycle Safety Helmets (267)                                                                                                                   -                              

                Blood Analysis-

                    Hospitals (44)                                                                                                                                                      -                              

                    Lameroo District Hospital (9)                                                                                                              -                              

                Declared Hospitals, Ardrossan (446)                                                                                                        -                              

                Emergency Vehicles-Give Way Revocation (9)                                                                                        -                              

                Inspection Fees and Exemptions (9)                                                                                                        -                              

                Pedal Cycles (474)                                                                                                                                                   -                              

                Photographic Detection Devices (474)                                                                                                    -                              

                Traffic Prohibition-Port Augusta (18)                                                                                                     -                              

                Tyres and Rims (9)                                                                                                                                                  -                              

            Second-hand Motor Vehicles-

                Compensation Fund (139)                                                                                                                        -                              

                Fees (9)                                                                                                                                                                    -                              

            Seeds-Fees (227)

            Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia-Subject Fees (226)                                                   -                              

            Sewerage-

                Connection Fees (318)                                                                                                                             -                              

                Examination and Registration Fees (354)                                                                                                 -                              

                Fees (9)                                                                                                                                                                    -                              

            Sheriff's-Court and Bailiff Fees (9)                                                                                                               -                              

            South Australian Country Arts Trust - General (267)

            South Australian Health Commission-

                Compensable and Non-Medicare Patients-Fees (8)                                                                                   -                              

                Mental Health Fees (91)                                                                                                                          -                              

                Nursing Home-type Private Patient Fees (8)                                                                                            -                              

                Prostheses Charges (267)                                                                                                                         -                              

                South Australian Dental Service Incorporated (419 )                                                                                -                              

                Whyalla Hospital Rehabilitation Service (319)                                                                                         -                              

            South Australian Office of Financial Supervision-Financial Interests-

                    Members and Employees (9)                                                                                                                -                              

                    Members and Employees (Amendment) (9)                                                                                         -                              

            Stamp Duties-Transfer of Property (226)                                                                                                    -                              

            Stock-Hormone Growth Promotants (319)                                                                                                  -                              

            Stock Medicines-Hormone Growth Promotants (319)                                                                                  -                              

            Strata Titles-Fees (2) (10, 418)                                                                                                                    -                              

            Subordinate Legislation-Exemption from Expiry (70)                                                                                  -                              

            Summary Offences-

                Emergency Vehicles-Give Way (474)                                                                                                       -                              

                Graffiti Implements (91)                                                                                                                          -                              

                Traffic Infringement Notice (474)                                                                                                           -                              

                Traffic Infringement Notice-Expiation Fees (2) (9, 10)                                                                           -                              

            Summary Procedure-

                Industrial Offences (9)                                                                                                                             -                              

                Interstate Summary Protection Order (318)                                                                                             -                              

                Various (354)

                Witness Fees and Expenses (9)                                                                                                                 -                              

            Superannuation - Higher Salary (386)                                                                                                           -                              

            Superannuation (Benefit Scheme) - Member Exclusions - Fees (318)                                                            -                              

            Supreme Court-

                Court and Transcript Fees (9)                                                                                                                  -                              

                Probate Fees (9)                                                                                                                                                       -                              

            Survey Act-General (90)                                                                                                                              -                              

            Technical and Further Education-General (11)                                                                                             -                              

            Trade Measurements-Fees (9)                                                                                                                      -                              

            Travel Agents-Fees (9)                                                                                                                                -              

            Trustee-AOTC (226)                                                                                                                                                   -                              

            Urban Land Trust-

                Modbury Heights Land (70)                                                                                                                     -                              

                Seaford Land (9)                                                                                                                                                      -                              

            Valuation of Land - Trees Planted (338)                                                                                                      -                              

    Papers - Regulations under Acts - continued -

            Waste Management-Fees (2) (10, 474)                                                                                                        -                              

            Water Resources-Fees (2) (10, 319)                                                                                                             -                              

            Waterworks-

                Connection Fees (319)                                                                                                                             -                              

                Fees (10)                                                                                                                                                                  -                              

                Fire Services - Adelaide CBD (70)                                                                                                            -                              

                Mount Lofty Ranges (10)                                                                                                                        -                              

                Registration and Renewal Fees (354)                                                                                                        -                              

            West Lakes Development-Development Control Corporation (11)                                                             -                              

            Wilderness Protection-General (10)

            Worker's Liens-Fees (2) (10, 418)                                                                                                               -                              

            Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation-

                Agencies and Instrumentalities of the Crown (11)                                                                                    -                              

                Claims and Registration (91)                                                                                                                    -                              

                Exclusions-

                    Ministers of Religion (11)                                                                                                                    -                              

                    Tiling Subcontractors (11)                                                                                                                   -                              

                Medically Assessed Compensation (267)                                                                                                  -                              

                Non-economic Loss-Variation (11)                                                                                                          -                              

                Recovery of Payments (446)                                                                                                                   -                              

        Remuneration Tribunal-Reports Relating to-

            Member for Alexandra (18)                                                                                                                         -                              

            Members of Parliament (7)                                                                                                                          -                              

            Members of the Judiciary (7)                                                                                                                        -                              

            Members of the Judiciary Travelling and Accommodation Allowances (18)                                                 -                              

        Reproductive Technology, South Australian Council on-Report to March 1993 (418) 

        Road Transport, Department of, -

            Lease of Properties, 1991-92 (102)                                                                                                             -                              

            Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                                                                                                37                           

        Royal Adelaide Hospital-By-laws-Smoking (7)                                                                                                 -                              

        Royal Commission, State Bank-First Report, November 1992  (see Commission, Royal)                                 -                              

        Rules of Court-

            District Court-

                District Court Act-

                    General (8)                                                                                                                                                           -                              

                    Criminal Division Enforcement of Orders (266)                                                                                  -                              

                    Non Application of Rules (266)                                                                                                           -                              

                Legal Practitioners Act-Interstate Witnesses (8)                                                                                      -                              

                Magistrates Court -

                    Magistrates Court Act-

                        Civil Jurisdiction -

                            Costs and Forms (8)                                                                                                                     -                              

                            Forms - Amendments (354)                                                                                                         -                              

                            General (8)                                                                                                                                                                   -                              

                            Port Adelaide - Trial Court (354)                                                                                                 -

                            Port Adelaide - Trial Court, Amendment (445)                                                                            -                              

                            Summary Procedure Act - Various (445)

                  Criminal Jurisdiction-

                    General (8)                                                                                                                                                           -                              

                    Various (266)                                                                                                                                                       -                              

            Supreme Court -

                Listening Devices Act-Criminal Jurisdiction (8)                                                                                       -                                              

                Supreme Court Act-

                    Commonwealth and Foreign Judgements (266)                                                                                     -                              

                    Correction of Schedule Errors (8)                                                                                                         -                              

                    Costings (119)                                                                                                                                                     -                              

                    Criminal Division - Enforcement of Orders (267)                                                                                -                              

                    Criminal Rules-General (8)                                                                                                                   -                              

                    Listing Appeals (8)                                                                                                                              -                              

                    Suitors Fund Investment (267)                                                                                                             -                              

                    Uniformity Rules (8)                                                                                                                            -                              

                    Uniformity Rules (Amendment) (8)                                                                                                     -                              

        Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia - Report, 1992 (446)                                                   85                           

        Small Business Corporation of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                            -                              

        Soil Conservation Boards-Report, 1991-92 (206)                                                                                            -                              

        Soil Conservation Council-Report, 1991-92 (140)                                                                                           -                              

 

    Papers - continued -

        South Australian-

            Centre for Manufacturing-Report, 1992 (418)                                                                                             -                              

            Cooperative Housing Authority-Report, 1991-92 (119)                                                                              -                              

            Council on Reproductive Technology-Report to 31 March 1993 (418)                                                       -                              

            Film Corporation-Report, 1991-92 (206)                                                                                                    80                           

            Government Financing Authority-

                Report, 1991-92 (64, 116)                                                                                                                      48                           

                Report, April, 1993 (504)

            Greyhound Racing Board-Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                                         -                              

            Harness Racing Board-Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                                              -                              

            Health Commission-

                Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                                                                            -                              

                Report, 1991-92 (354)                                                                                                                            -                              

            Housing Trust-Report, 1991-92 (119)                                                                                                         -                              

            Local Government Grants Commission-Report, 1991-92 (251)                                                                   106                         

            Meat Corporation-Report, 1991-92 (206)                                                                                                   59                           

            Meat Hygiene Authority-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                                         36                           

            Mental Health Service - Review, April 1993 (504)

            Metropolitan Fire Service-Report, 1991-92 (91, 116)                                                                                 -                              

            Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission and Office of Multicultural and Ethnic

                Affairs-Report, 1991-92 (182)                                                                                                                29                           

            Museum Board-Report, 1991-92 (90, 116)                                                                                                  8                             

            Occupational Health and Safety Commission-Report, 1991-92 (267)                                                          -                              

            Psychological Board-Report, 1991-92 (252)                                                                                                102                         

            State Emergency Service-Report, 1991-92 (91, 116)                                                                                   150                         

            Superannuation Board-Report, 1991-92 (64, 117)                                                                                       67                           

            Superannuation Fund Investment Trust-Report, 1991-92 (64)                                                                     -                              

            Timber Corporation-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                                                135                         

            Urban Land Trust-Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                                                    -                              

            Waste Management Commission-Report, 1991-92 (251, 446)                                                                    131                         

        South East Cultural Trust-Report, 1991-92 (119)                                                                                            -                              

        South Eastern Drainage Board-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                                     6                             

        State Bank of South Australia-

            Letter from Chairman re:  Bank Restructuring (64)                                                                                      -                              

            Proforma Results, 1991-92 (64)                                                                                                                  -                              

            Release of Bankcard Numbers-Report of Crown Solicitor to Treasurer (182)                                                -                              

            Report, 1991-92 (90)                                                                                                                                                  -                              

            Royal Commission - (see Commission, Royal)

            Schedule of Remuneration of Officers (182)                                                                                                 -                              

        State Clothing Corporation-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                                         120                         

        State Electoral Department-Report, 1991-92 (119)                                                                                         148                         

        State Emergency Service, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (93)                                                                    150                         

        State Government Insurance Commission-

            Charter (7)                                                                                                                                                                                                   -                              

            Report, 1991-92 (64)                                                                                                                                                  -                              

        State Opera of South Australia, The-Report, 1991-92 (119)                                                                            123                         

        State Services Department-Report, 1991-92 (171)                                                                                          98                           

        State Supply Board-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                                                      99                           

        State Theatre Company-Report, 1991-92 (119)                                                                                              96                           

        State Transport Authority-Report, 1991-92 (140)                                                                                          -                              

        Statistical Returns of Voting-By-Elections, 9 May 1992-

            Alexandra District (70)                                                                                                                                                -                              

            Kavel District (70)                                                                                                                                                                       -                              

        Statute Repeal and Amendment (Development) Bill Draft (252)

        Summary Offences Act, 1953-

            Road Block Establishment Authorisations and Dangerous Area - Declarations -                                                                          

                Nil Returns, 1991-92 (119)                                                                                                                      -                              

                Returns, 20 July - 19 October 1992 (226)                                                                                                -                                              

                Returns, 20 October 1992 to 19 January 1993 (287)                                                                               -                              

        Superannuation Board, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (64, 117)                                                                67                           

        Superannuation Fund Investment Trust, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (64)                                              -                              

        Superannuation Scheme, Public Sector Employees, Report 1991-92 (87)                                                         -                              

        Suppression Orders, Evidence Act 1929, Report of the Attorney-General, 1991-92 (201)                               -                              

        Supreme Court of South Australia, Judges of the-Report, 1991 (8)                                                                   -                              

        Teachers Registration Board-Report, 1991-92 (354, 446)                                                                               89                           

        Technology Development Corporation-Report, 1991-92 (102)                                                                      20                           

 

    Papers - continued -

        Tertiary Education, Office of-Report, 1991-92 (182)                                                                                      78                           

        Timber Corporation, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (120)                                                                        135                         

        Totalisator Agency Board-

            Report, 1991-92 (90)                                                                                                                                                  -                              

            Report by Anti Corruption Branch (308)                                                                                                     -                              

            Report on the Review of the Agency by the Government Management Board (308)                                    -                              

        Torrens Island Power Station-Financing Arrangements (7)                                                                              -                              

        Tourism, Minister of, Report of an Inquiry into Allegations of Conflict of Interest (44)                                 -                              

        Tourism South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (120, 446)                                                                                      -                              

        Transport Policy and Planning, Office of-Report, 1991-92 (102)                                                                   128                         

        Treasury of South Australia-Report, 1991-92 (64, 117)                                                                                   146                         

        University of Adelaide, The-Report, 1991 (102)                                                                                             -                              

        University of South Australia-Report, 1991 (267)                                                                                           -                              

        Urban Land Trust, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (139)                                                                            58                           

        Veterinary Surgeons Board-Report, 1991-92 (140)                                                                                          -                              

        Waste Management Commission, South Australian-Report, 1991-92 (251, 446)                                             131                         

        West Beach Trust-Report, 1991-92 (182)                                                                                                       158                         

        Woods and Forests, Department of-Report, 1991-92 (91, 117)                                                                       28                           

        WorkCover Corporation-Report 1992 (267)                                                                                                   -                              

    Petitions -

        Aberfoyle Park, Police Station-No. 35 (43)

        Aboriginal Police Aides, Darlington and Christies Beach-No.182 (504)

        Adelaide Airport Curfew-Nos 59, 73, 79, 87, 101, 102, 107, 116, 119 and 125 (89, 107, 119, 165, 205 (2), 226(2), 271, 287)

        Alberton School, Staffing-No. 132 (317)

        Aldinga Beach Police Station-No. 151 (381)

        Australian Flag-Retention-Nos 19 and 33 (28, 43)

        Barmera and District Hospital-No. 158 (417)

        Beechwood Heritage Garden, Oppose Sale-Nos 45 and 81 (70, 119)

        Belair Junior Primary School-No. 109 (239)

        Blackwood Ambulance Service-No. 56 (83)

        Blackwood Police Station-No. 55 (83)

        Blair Athol Primary School, School Counsellor-No. 65 (99)

        Brighton and Scholefield Roads-Traffic Lights-No. 155 (411)

        Brighton Hotel Trading Hours-No.179 (481)

        Bus Route No. 275, Maintain-No. 9 (17)

        Bus Routes 171 and 172, Reinstate-No. 37 (69)

        Bus Routes Nos 263, 266, 269-No. 61 (89)

        Capital Punishment, Re-introduce-Nos 131, 141, 145, 160, 161, 166, 173 and 183 (317, 337, 353, 417 (2), 445, 481, 504)

        Cheque Transaction Charges-No. 127 (287)

        Child Protection Function of Department of Family and Community Services-No. 76 (107)

        Child Sexual Abuse, Penalties for Offenders-Nos 75, 83, 137 and 178 (107, 139, 318, 481)

        Citizen Initiated Referenda-Nos 24, 25 and 138 (35 (2), 318)

        Colony Stimulating Factor, Licence for Treatment-No. 41 (70)

        Compulsory Retirement, Abolish-No. 177 (481)

        Craigburn Farm, Preserve-Nos 32, 43, 92, 164 and 168 (43, 70, 182, 432, 473)

        Criminal Matters, Adult from 16 years-Nos 34, 48, 51 and 52 (43, 75, 82 (2))

        Dog Registration Concessions-No. 121 (271)

        Drug Offenders, Penalties-Nos 66, 77, 100, 134 and 174 (99, 116, 201, 318, 481)

        Eastern Standard Time, Oppose-Nos 90 and 95 (171, 189)

        Education Department to School Councils-Oppose Transfer of Responsibility-Nos 39, 69, 105 and 129 (70, 101, 219)

        Education, Special Assistance-Nos 6, 28, 31 and 140 (3, 35, 43, 323)

        Education, Strategies for the Behaviour of Children-Nos 36 and 57 (43, 83)

        Eyre Peninsula Rural Care Worker-No. 27 (35)

        Fishing, Maslin and Port Willunga Beaches-No. 133 (318)

        Freezers Road Railway Crossing, Port Lincoln-No. 47 (75)

        Gambling Regulations-No. 99 (201)

        Gaming Machines into Hotels and Clubs, Oppose-Nos 3, 4, 13, 23, 29 and 54 (3, 18, 31, 41, 82)

        Gaming Machines, Oppose Repeal of Legislation-Nos 11, 16 and 18 (17, 23, 28)

        Gaming Machines, Support Introduction of-No. 80 (119)

        Golden Grove Road, Park Lake Drive-Pedestrian Crossing-No. 50 (82)

        Goodwood Technical High School-Transfer of Ownership-No. 91 (182)

        Goolwa Primary School-No. 157 (417)

        Hallet Cove Conservation Park, Dogs-No. 180 (504)

        Hindmarsh Island Bridge/Ferry-No. 86 (165)

        Influenzae Vaccination-Nos 149 and 167 (381, 455)

        Ingle Farm Child Care Service - No. 82 (127)

 

    Petitions - continued -

        Intellectually Disabled, Services to-Nos 20 and 49 (39, 82)

        Juvenile Justice System, Reforms and Penalties-No. 89 (171)

        Juvenile Offenders, Increase Penalties-Nos 5 and 7 (3, 17)

        Kangaroo Island Office of Department of Fisheries-No. 64 (99)

        Lincoln National Park Management Plan-Nos 104, 108 and 122 (219, 239, 285)

        Liquor Licence Fees-Nos 118, 126, 146 and 161 (266, 287, 353)

        Magazines and Posters Debasing Women-Nos 2, 12, 26, 60, 115 and 170 (2, 18, 35, 89, 266, 481)

        Mandatory Prison Sentences-Nos 128, 139, 147, 154 and 165 (299, 318, 365, 410, 432)

        Marion Swimming Centre-No. 163 (425)

        Mawson High School, Educational Standards-No. 22 (31)

        Meadows Police Station-No. 169 (473)

        Modbury Hospital, Services-Nos 98, 148 and 175 (200, 365, 481)

        Modbury Interchange, Shelters-Nos 96 and 135 (200, 318)

        Morphett Road, Oppose Re-opening of South Side - No. 10 (17)

        Motor Vehicles, Oppose Private Plates for Public Servants-No. 15 (23)

        Museum of Surveying Exploration and Land Heritage-No. 181 (504)

        Nets, Monofilament Gill, ban use of-Nos 38, 46, 68 and 156 (69, 75, 101, 417)

        Operation Hygiene Investigations-No. 150 (381)

        Out of School Hours Care Service-Nos 112, 124, 136 and 142 (226, 287, 318, 343)

        Panalatinga Road, Reconstruct-Nos 110 and 144 (251, 353)

        Petrol Tax Increase, Rescind-Nos 143 and 176 (343, 481)

        Police in Murray Bridge-No. 62 (89)

        Port MacDonnell Slipway-No. 162 (425)

        Prison, District Council of Yankalilla-No. 113 (226)

        Proper Bay Oyster Farming Leases, Oppose-No. 74 (107)

        Prostitution, Oppose Decriminalisation-No. 44 (70)

        Public Transport-No. 1 (2)

        Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Rehabilitation Woodwork Centre-No. 8 (17)

        Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Waiting Lists-Nos 84, 88, 94 and 103 (153, 165, 189, 213)

        Rape Crisis Centre-Nos 111 and 153 (266, 386)

        Retail Trading Hours-Nos 120 and 184 (271, 504)

        Reynella, Establish Police Station-No. 42 (70)

        Smithfield Plains High School, Years 8 - 12-No. 70 (101)

        South East Rock Lobster Fisherman-No. 93 (189)

        Southern District War Memorial Hospital-No. 106 (226)

        Special Education Assistance-No. 140 (323)

        State Bank Debt, Oppose Special Tax-No. 40 (70)

        State Bank, Election Call-Nos 117, 123, 130, 152, 171 and 172 (266, 285, 317, 386, 481(2))

        Stockport, Sealing of Roads-No. 17 (23)

        Sturt Road - Traffic Lights-No. 114 (266)

        TAFE College Amalgamation, Gawler and Elizabeth-Nos 21 and 30 (31, 43)

        TAFE, Mount Barker, Retain Aldgate Campus-No. 63 (90)

        Teacher/Student Ratio-Nos 67 and 71 (99, 101)

        Tea Tree Gully Police Sub-Station, Maintain-Nos 72, 78 and 97 (101, 116, 200)

        Transport Department, South-east Office-No. 159 (417)

        Violence, Harsher Penalties for Acts of-No. 85 (165)

        Waite Campus, Adelaide University, Trees-No. 58 (89)

        Water-rating-Revert to Previous System-No. 53 (82)

        Woods and Forests Department, Oppose Woodchip Marketing-No. 14 (23)