VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

 

                                                                             OF THE

 

 

 

                           HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

 

                                                                         DURING THE

 

 

 

     FOURTH SESSION OF THE FORTY‑FIFTH PARLIAMENT

 

                                       1985

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

                                                                     INDEX

 

 

                                                                       of the

 

 

                                                       VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

                                                                       of the

 

 

 

                           HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

                                For the Fourth Session of the Forty‑Fifth Parliament, 1985

                                            and of the Papers connected therewith

 

                                                                                         

 

                                                                        NOTE

                  For proceedings on Bills, see under `Bills'.

                  For proceedings on Motions, see under `Motions'.

                  For Papers laid on the Table, see under `Papers'.

                  For Regulations laid on the Table, see under`Papers‑‑Regulations'.

 

 

 

Address in Reply‑‑Committee appointed, 6; report brought up, 25; debate, 26, 39, 43, 48, 52,

 53, 57; adopted, 58; presented, 62.

Assembly‑‑

  Bills‑‑

             Amendment withdrawn, 150.

             Clause reconsidered, 154.

             Conference‑‑

                Australian Formula One Grand Prix Act Amendment Bill, 78, 79.

             Evidence Act Amendment Bill (No. 2), 171, 175.

             Government Management and Employment Bill, 199, 207.

             Parliament (Joint Services) Bill, 199, 205.

  Select Committee‑‑referred to‑‑Natural Gas (Interim Supply) Bill, 167.

  Clerk‑‑

             Absence of, 1, 138.

             Reads Proclamation, 1.

Distinguished visitors take seat on floor of House‑‑Sir Kenneth Lewis, British

   Parliamentary Delegation, 102.

Division, only one No, 70.

Extension of Question Time, 138.

Extension of sitting, 39, 57, 98, 115, 161.

Extension of time to consider Other Business, 146.

Formal (Urgency) Motions‑‑

  Government Taxes, 102.

  Housing Loan Assistance Scheme, 120.

  Pre‑school Education Funds, 47.

Instruction to Committee, 69.

Leave to continue remarks refused, 194.

Limitation of debate, 24, 97, 192.

Members‑‑

  Leave of absence‑‑

             Hon. J.L. Adamson, 98, 132.


 

             Hon. R.G. Payne, 68.

             Hon. J.D. Wright, 68.

  Named‑‑

             Hon. J.L. Adamson, explanation accepted, 33.

             Hon. D.C. Brown, explanation not accepted and suspended, 38,39.

             Mr Ingerson, explanation accepted, 89.

Next day of sitting, 77, 113, 132, 206.

No Confidence Motion‑‑In Government, 24; negatived, 24; moved, 97; negatived, 98.

Paper withdrawn, 138.

Recission of Vote, 113.

Sittings‑‑Suspension and resumption of, 1, 79(2), 80, 110, 128, 207(2), 209.

Speaker‑‑

  Governor's Opening Speech laid on by, 2.

  Ruling‑‑Question only slight variation; ruling challenged; upheld by House, 84.

Suspension of Standing Orders‑‑

  Negatived, 6, 146.

  To enable Bills to pass remaining stages before Address in Reply adopted, 33.

  To enable Conference to be held during adjournment of House and the result to be

              reported forthwith at next sitting, 201.

  To enable Government Business to be considered before Address in Reply adopted, 30,

               48, 52.

  To enable Select Committee Report to be brought up and noted before Address in Reply

   adopted, 47.

  To enable sitting of House to continue during conference, 171,205.

  To move motion without notice, 24, 97, 103, 113, 167, 192.

Bills‑‑

   Executors & Trustee Company (South Australia) Limited Act Amendment Bill (No.   31)‑‑Received from LC, first reading and second reading moved, 105; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 202; assent, 211; Act No. 111 of 1985.

  Appropriation Bill (No. 20)‑‑Recommended by Governor, 75; leave first reading and second   reading moved, 76; second reading debate, 85,95,98,102; second reading, 102; grievance debate, 102,103; referred to Estimates Committees, 103‑105; Minutes of Proceedings of Estimates Committees A and B, i‑xviii (following page 118); reports brought up and motion to agree to expenditures, opinion and resulutions moved, 121; debate, 121,129,133; motion agreed to, remainder of Bill agreed to, third reading and passed, 133; returned by LC without amendment, 139; assent, 165; Act No. 93 of 1985.

  Associations Incorporation Act Amendment (No. 30)‑‑Received from LC, first reading and   second reading moved, 105; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 160; assent, 211; Act No. 100 of 1985.

  Associations Incorporation Act Amendment (No. 63)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading    moved, 194. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

  Australia Acts (Request) Bill (No. 45)‑‑Received from LC and first reading, 132; second   reading moved, 133; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 139,140; assent, 185; Act No. 95 of 1985.

  Australian Formula One Grand Prix Act Amendment Bill (Nos 12,15)‑‑Received from LC, first   reading and second reading moved, 59; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with an amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 62,63; amendment disagreed to by LC and insisted on by HA, 76; Conference requested by LC and granted by HA, 78,79; time and place agreed to by LC, 79; Conference reported and recommendations agreed to by HA, 79,80; recommendations agreed to by LC, 80; assent, 83; Act No. 83 of 1985.

  Blood Contaminants Bill (No. 53)‑‑Received from LC and first reading, 148; second reading   moved, 158; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 176; assent, 211; Act No. 99 of 1985.

  Casino Act Amendment Bill (No. 38)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved, 126.   (Lapsed owing to prorogation).


 

  Country Fires Act Amendment Bill (No. 17)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved,   68; second reading debate, 92,110.  (Lapsed owing to progorgation).

  Crimes (Confiscation of Profits) Bill‑‑Recommended by Governor, 137. (Not introduced).

  Criminal Law Consolidation Act Amendment Bill (No. 2) (No. 47)‑‑Received from LC and   first reading, 139; second reading moved, 151; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 160; assent, 185; Act No. 98 of 1985.

  Dog Control Act Amendment Bill (No. 28)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved,   92; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 173; returned by LC without amendment, 210; assent, 211; Act No. 116 of 1985.

  Evidence Act Amendment Bill (No. 4) (No. 18)‑‑Restored to Notice Paper and second reading   moved, 69.  (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

  Evidence Act Amendment (No. 2) (Nos 40,56)‑‑Received from LC, first reading and second   reading moved, 128; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with an amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 158,159; amendment disagreed to by LC and insisted on by HA, 166,167; Conference requested by LC, granted by HA and SO suspended to enable sitting of House to continue during Conference, 171; time and place agreed to by LC, 172; Conference reported and recommendations agreed to by HA, 175; recommendations agreed to by LC, 182; assent, 185; Act No. 96 of 1985.

  Fruit and Plant Protection Act Amendment Bill (No. 32)‑‑Received from LC and first   reading, 105; second reading moved, 114; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 181,182; assent, 211; Act No. 108 of 1985.

  Government Management and Employment Bill (Nos 27,54)‑‑Leave, first reading and second   reading moved, 85; second reading debate and second reading, 111; in Committee, 111,140,141,142,143,149‑151,152‑154; reported with amendments, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 154; returned by LC with amendments and amendments disagreed to by HA, 196‑198; amendments insisted on by LC, disagreement insisted on by HA and Conference requested, 199; Conference granted by LC, time and place agreed to by HA and SO suspended to enable Conference to be held during adjournment of House, 200,201; SO suspended to enable sitting of House to continue during Conference, 205; Conference reported, 207‑209; recommendations of Conference agreed to by LC and by HA, 209; assent, 211; Act No. 117 of 1985.

  Groundwater (Border Agreement) Bill (No. 55)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading   moved, 157,158; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 175; returned by LC without amendment, 182; assent, 211; Act No. 104 of 1985.

  Holidays Act Amendment Bill (No. 57)‑‑Received from LC, first reading and second reading   moved, 166; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 174,175; assent, 185; Act No. 97 of 1985.

  Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act Amendment Bill (No. 2) (No. 34)‑‑Leave, first   reading and second reading moved, 125; second reading debate, 147.  (Lapsed owing to progoration).

  Industries Development Act Amendment Bill (No. 43)‑‑Leave, first reading and second   reading moved, 129; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 174; returned by LC without amendment, 188; assent, 211; Act No. 115 of 1985.

  Juries Act Amendment Bill (No. 24)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved, 76,77;   second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 202; returned by LC without amendment, 209; assent, 211; Act No. 118 of 1985.

  Land Acquisition Act Amendment Bill (No.37)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading   moved, 126.  (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

  Land Tax Act Amendment Bill (No. 4)‑‑Recommended by Governor, 23; leave first reading and   second reading moved, 30; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 34,35; returned by LC without amendment, 48; assent, 59; Act No. 79 of 1985.


 

  Legal Practitioners Act Amendment Bill (No. 2) (No. 23)‑‑Leave, first reading and second   reading moved, 76; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 201,202; returned by LC without amendment, 209; assent, 211; Act No. 119 of 1985.

  Liquor licensing (No. 3)‑‑Recommended by Governor, 23; leave first reading and second   reading moved, 30; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 34; returned by LC without amendmendment, 48; assent, 59; Act No. 80 of 1985.

  Liquor Licensing Act Amendment Bill (No. 2) (Nos 48,50)‑‑Received from LC, first reading,   second reading moved and SO suspended, 139; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with amendments, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 141,142; amendments agreed to by LC, 157; assent, 165; Act No. 94 of 1985.

  Marginal Lands Act Amendment Bill (No.35)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved,   126. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

  Mental Health Act Amendment Bill (No. 46)‑‑Received from LC and first reading, 133;   second reading moved, 138; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 188,189; assent, 212; Act No. 122 of 1985.

  Metropolitan Milk Supply Act Amendment Bill (No. 2) (No. 59)‑‑Received from LC and first   reading, 176; second reading moved, 179; second reading debate, 196,198,199; second reading, 200; in Committee, 200,201; reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 201; assent, 211; Act No. 114 of 1985.

  Motor Vehicles Act Amendment Bill (No. 3)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved,   186.  (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

  Native Vegetation Management Bill (Nos 7, 16)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading   moved, 52; second reading debate, 60; second reading, in Committee, reported with amendments, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 63,64; returned by LC without amendment, 77; assent, 119; Act No. 87 of 1985.

  Natural Gas (Interim Supply) Bill  (Nos 51,62)‑‑SO suspended, leave, first reading and   second reading moved, 146; second reading debate, 166,167, second reading and referred to Select Committee, 167,168; report of Select Committee (recommending amendments) brought up and noted, in Committee, reported with amendments, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 186‑188; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to by HA 209,210; assent, 212; Act No. 120 of 1985.

  North Haven (Miscellaneous Provision) Bill (No. 64)‑‑Leave, first reading and second   reading moved, 195.  (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

  Parks Community Centre Act Amendment Bill (Nos 52,65)‑‑Received from LC and first   reading, 148; second reading moved, 158; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with an amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 206; amendment agreed to by LC, 207; assent, 211; Act No. 113 of 1985.

  Parliament (Joint Services) Bill (Nos 10,11)‑‑SO suspended, leave, first reading, second   reading moved, second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with amendments, third reading and passed, 52,53; returned by LC with amendments, 131,132; amendments agreed to without amendment and amendments disagreed to by HA, 195; amendments disagreed to insisted on by LC, disagreement insisted on by HA and Conference requested, 199; Conference granted by LC, time and place agreed to by HA and SO suspended to enable Conference to be held during adjournment of House, 201; Conference reported, 205; recommendations of Conference agreed to by LC and by HA, 206; assent, 212; Act No. 121 of 1985.

  Parliamentary Superannuation Act Amendment Bill (No. 33)‑‑Leave, first reading and second   reading moved, 114; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 138,139; returned by LC without amendment, 157; assent, 211; Act No. 105 of 1985.

  Pay‑Roll Tax Act Amendment Bill (No. 5)‑‑Recommended by Governor, 23; leave first reading   and second reading moved, 30; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 35; returned by LC without amendment, 48; assent, 59; Act No. 82 of 1985.


 

  Pest Plants Act Amendment Bill (No. 39)‑‑Received from LC, first reading and second   reading moved, 128; second reading debate, 159, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 180; assent, 211; Act No. 107 of 1985.

  Pitjantjatjara Land Rights Act Amendment Bill (No. 36)‑‑Leave, first reading and second   reading moved, 126.  (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

  Planning Act Amendment Bill (No.4) (No. 9)‑‑Leave, first and second reading moved, 52;   second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 71,72; returned by LC with an amendment and amendment agreed to by HA, 114; assent, 119; Act No. 88 of 1985.

  Police Pensions Act Amendment Bill (No.22)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading   moved, 76; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 111; third reading rescinded, 113; recommended by Governor, 114; third reading and passed, 116; returned by LC without amendment, 128; assent, 165; Act No. 91 of 1985.

  Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Bill (No. 44)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading   moved, 129; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 168; returned by LC without amendment, 182; assent, 211; Act No. 106 of 1985.

  Public Works Standing Committee Act Amendment Bill (No. 58)‑‑Leave, first reading and   second reading moved, 174; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 206,207.  (Lapsed in Legislative Council owing to prorogation).

  Road Traffic Act Amendment Bill (No. 4) (No. 14)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading   moved, 60; second reading debate, second reading, instruction to Committee agreed to, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 69,70; returned by LC without amendment, 93; assent, 119; Act No. 85 of 1985.

  Rural Industry Assistance (No. 42)‑‑Received from LC, first reading and second reading   moved, 128; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 160; assent, 211; Act No. 102 of 1985.

  Rural Industry Assistance (Ratification of Agreement) Bill (No.41)‑‑Received from LC,   first reading and second reading moved, 128; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 159,160; assent, 211; Act No. 101 of 1985.

  South Australian Heritage Act Amendment Bill (Nos 6,26)‑‑Leave, first reading and second   reading moved, 48; second reading debate and second reading, 77; in Committee, 77,78,79; reported with an amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, ; returned by LC without amendment, 102; assent, 119; Act No. 89 of 1985.

  South Australian Heritage Act Amendment Bill (No. 2) (Nos 8,19)‑‑Leave, first reading and   second reading moved, 52; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with an amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 70,71; returned by LC with an amendment, 105; amendment agreed to by HA, 110; assent, 119; Act No. 90 of 1985.

  Stamp Duties Act Amendment Bill (No. 2)‑‑Recommended by Governor, 23; leave first reading   and second reading moved, 30; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 33,34; returned by LC without amendment, 48; assent, 59; Act No. 81 of 1985.

  Statutes Amendment (Energy Planning) Bill (No. 29)‑‑Leave, first reading and second   reading moved, 98; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 114‑116; returned by LC without amendment, 148; assent, 211; Act No. 103 of 1985.

  Statutes Amendment (Victims of Crime) Bill‑‑Recommended by Governor, 179. (Not introduced).

  Stock Diseases (No. 25)‑‑Received from LC and first reading 78; second reading moved, 80;   second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 181; assent, 211; Act No. 109 of 1985.

  Superannuation Act Amendment Bill (No.21)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved,   76; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 110,111; returned by LC without amendment, 128; assent, 165; Act No. 92 of 1985.

 


 

Supply Bill (No. 2) (No. 1)‑‑Recommended by Governor, 23; leave first reading and second   reading moved, 25; second reading debate, second reading, grievance debate, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 30,31; returned by LC without amendment, 48; assent, 59; Act No. 78 of 1985.

  Swine Compensation Act Amendment Bill (No. 49)‑‑Received from LC and first reading, 139;   second reading moved, 148; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 181; assent, 211; Act No. 110 of 1985.

  Valuation of Land Act Amendment Bill (No. 13)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading   moved, 59,60; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 77; returned by LC without amendment, 93; assent, 119; Act No. 86 of 1985.

  Veterinary Surgeons (No. 60)‑‑Received from LC and first reading, 176; second reading   moved, 179; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 202,203; assent, 211; Act No. 112 of 1985.

Committees‑‑

Estimates Committees‑‑Motion for, 93; attendance of Legislative Council Ministers, 110;

   referral of proposed estimates, 103; Reports, 121.

Joint‑‑

  Administration of Parliament‑‑Power to continue sittings, 6; Report brought up;

              motion to note Report, 48; noted, 52.

  Law, Practice and Procedures of Parliament‑‑Power to continue sittings, 6.

Public Accounts‑‑Leave to sit during sitting of House, 121.

Public Works Standing‑‑Leave to sit during sitting of House, 113, 121.

Select‑‑

  Natural Gas (Interim Supply) Bill‑‑Appointed, 168; Report (Paper

   No. 160) together with Minutes of Evidence, 186; Report noted, 186.

  Steamtown Peterborough Railway Preservation Society Incorporated‑‑Power to continue

   sittings and time for bringing up report extended, 6; leave to sit during sitting of

   House, 68; time for bringing up report extended, 91, 126, 148; leave to sit during

   sittings of House, 166; Final Report (Paper No. 157) together with Minutes of

   Evidence brought up, 174; Final Report noted,174.

Sessional‑‑Appointment, 6; Legislative Council appointments notified, 25.

Divisions‑‑

Address in Reply‑‑Debate be adjourned, 40.

Australian Formula One Grand Prix Act Amendment Bill‑‑In Committee, 62.

Evidence Act Amendment Bill (No. 2)‑‑In Committee, 159.

Government Management and Employment Bill‑‑In Committee, 140, 149, 150 (2), 151, 153.

Government Taxes‑‑Motion re.‑‑Motion be agreed to, 193.

Liquor Licensing Act Amendment Bill (No. 2)‑‑Second reading, 141; third reading, 142.

Metropolitan Milk Supply Act Amendment Bill (No. 2)‑‑Second reading,200.

Members‑‑

  Explanation be accepted, 38.

  Suspension of, 39.

Native Vegetation Management Bill‑‑In Committee, 63, 64.

Natural Gas (Interim Supply) Bill‑‑Second reading, 167; Select Committee report

 be noted, 186; third reading 187.

No‑confidence motions‑‑In Government, 24, 98.

Ombudsman, Inquiry into‑‑Motion for, 146.

Only one No, 70.

Pest Plants Act Amendment Bill‑‑In Committee, 180.

Planning Act Amendment Bill (No. 4)‑‑Third reading, 72.

Postponement of Business, 91.

Road Traffic Act Amendment Bill (No. 4)‑‑In Committee, 69.

Shell Service Station, Hallett Cove‑‑Motion re, 172.

South Australian Heritage Act Amendment Bill‑‑In Committee, 78.

Speaker's ruling‑‑Motion for disagreement, 84.

Statutes Amendment (Energy Planning) Bill‑‑In Committee, 115; third  reading, 116.

Worthing Mine‑‑Motion re, 194.


 

Messages from the Governor‑‑

No.  1 ‑ Supply Bill (No. 2), recommending, 23.

No.  2 ‑ Stamp Duties Act Amendment Bill, recommending, 23.

No.  3 ‑ Pay‑roll Tax Act Amendment Bill, recommending, 23.

No.  4 ‑ Land Tax Act Amendment Bill, recommending, 23.

No.  5 ‑ Liquor Licensing Act Amendment Bill, recommending, 23.

No.  6 ‑ Assent to Bills, notifying, 59.

No.  7 ‑ Appropriation Bill, recommending, 75.

No.  8 ‑ Assent to Bill, notifying, 83.

No.  9 ‑ Royal Assent to Bill, notifying, 101.

No. 10 ‑ Police Pensions Act Amendment Bill, recommending, 114.

No. 11 ‑ Assent to Bills, notifying, 119.

No. 12 ‑ Crimes (Confiscation of Profits) Bill, recommending, 137.

No. 13 ‑ Assent to Bills, notifying, 165.

No. 14 ‑ Statutes Amendment (Victims of Crime) Bill, recommending, 179.

No. 15 ‑ Assent to Bills, notifying, 185.

Messages from the Legislative Council‑‑

No.  1‑3 ‑ Sessional Committees, notifying appointment of, 25.

No.  4 ‑ Joint Committee on Subordinate Legislation, appointment of Member, 25.

No.  5 ‑ Joint House Committee, appointment of Member, 25.

No.  6 ‑ Supply Bill (No. 2), returning without amendment, 48.

  No.  7 ‑ Liquor Licensing Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 48.

No.  8 ‑ Land Tax Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 48.

No.  9 ‑ Pay‑roll Tax Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 48.

No. 10 ‑ Stamp Duties Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 48.

No. 11 ‑ Australian Formula One Grand Prix Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 59.

No. 12 ‑ Australian Formula One Grand Prix Act Amendment Bill, disagreeing to amendment,

             76.

No. 13 ‑ Native Vegetation Management Bill, returning without amendment, 77.

No. 14 ‑ Stock Diseases Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 78.

No. 15 ‑ Australian Formula One Grand Prix Act Amendment Bill, requesting Conference, 78.

No. 16 ‑ Australian Formula One Grand Prix Act Amendment Bill, agreeing to time and place,

             79.

No. 17 ‑ Australian Formula One Grand Prix Act Amendment Bill, agreeing to recommendations,

             80.

No. 18 ‑ Road Traffic Act Amendment Bill (No. 4), returning without amendment, 93.

No. 19 ‑ Valuation of Land Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 93.

No. 20 ‑ South Australian Heritage Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 102.

No. 21 ‑ Associations Incorporation Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 105.

No. 22 ‑ A.N.Z. Executors and Trustee Company (South Australia) Limited Act Amendment Bill,                   transmitting, 105.

No. 23 ‑ South Australian Heritage Act Amendment Bill (No. 2), returning with an amendment,

             105.

No. 24 ‑ Fruit and Plant Protection Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 105.

No. 25 ‑ Telephone Tapping, transmitting resolution, 109.

No. 26 ‑ Planning Act Amendment Bill (No. 4), returning with an amendment, 114.

No. 27 ‑ Estimates Committees, granting leave to Legislative Council Ministers to attend,

             116.

No. 28 ‑ Pest Plants Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 128.

No. 29 ‑ Evidence Act Amendment Bill (no. 2), transmitting, 128.

No. 30 ‑ Superannuation Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 128.

No. 31 ‑ Police Pensions Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 128.

No. 32 ‑ Rural Industry Assistance (Ratification of Agreement) Bill, transmitting, 128.

No. 33 ‑ Rural Industry Assistance Bill, transmitting, 128.

No. 34 ‑ Parliament (Joint Services) Bill, returning with amendments, 131.

No. 35 ‑ Australia Acts (Request) Bill, transmitting, 132.

No. 36 ‑ Mental Health Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 133.

No. 37 ‑ Criminal Law Consolidation Act Amendment Bill (No. 2), transmitting 139.

No. 38 ‑ Liquor Licensing Act Amendment Bill (No. 2), transmitting, 139.

No. 39 ‑ Appropriation Bill, returning without amendment, 139.


 

No. 40 ‑ Swine Compensation Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 139.

No. 41 ‑ Statutes Amendment (Energy Planning) Bill, returning without amendment, 148.

No. 42 ‑ Parks Community Centre Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 148.

No. 43 ‑ Blood Contaminants Bill, transmitting, 148.

No. 44 ‑ Parliamentary Superannuation Act Amendment Bill, returning without  amendments,

             157.

No. 45 ‑ Liquor Licensing Act Amendment Bill (No. 2), agreeing to amendments,157.

No. 46 ‑ Holidays Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 166.

No. 47 ‑ Evidence Act Amendment Bill (No. 2), disagreeing with amendment, 166.

No. 48 ‑ Evidence Act Amendment Bill (No. 2), requesting Conference, 171.

No. 49 ‑ Evidence Act Amendment Bill (No. 2), agreeing to time and place of Conference,  172.

No. 50 ‑ Metropolitan Milk Supply Act Amendment Bill (No. 2), transmitting, 176.

No. 51 ‑ Veterinary Surgeons Bill, transmitting, 176.

No. 52 ‑ Evidence Act Amendment Bill (No. 2), agreeing to recommendations of Conference,

             182.

No. 53 ‑ Prevention of Curelty to Animals Bill, returning without amendment, 182.

No. 54 ‑ Groundwater (Border Agreement) Bill, returning without amendment, 182.

No. 55 ‑ Industries Development Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 188.

No. 56 ‑ Government Management and Employment Bill, returning with amendments, 196.

No. 57 ‑ Government Management and Employment Bill, insisting on amendments, 198.

No. 58 ‑ Parliament (Joint Services) Bill, insisting on amendments, 199.

No. 59 ‑ Government Management and Employment Bill, granting Conference, 200.

No. 60 ‑ Parliament (Joint Services) Bill, granting Conference, 201.

No. 61 ‑ Parliament (Joint Services) Bill, agreeing to recommendations of Conference, 206.

No. 62 ‑ Parks Community Centre Act Amendment Bill, agreeing to amendment, 207.

No. 63 ‑ Legal Practitioners ACt Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 209.

No. 64 ‑ Juries Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 209.

No. 65 ‑ Government Management and Employment Bill, agreeing to recommendations of

Conference 209.

No. 66 ‑ Natural Gas (Interim Supply) Bill, returning with amendments, 209.

No. 67 ‑ Koorooroo resolution, agreeing thereto, 210.

No. 68 ‑ Dog Control Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment 210.

Motions‑‑

Aboriginal School, Elizabeth‑‑Motion re, 68, 91, 109 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Alcohol Consumption in Public Places‑‑Motion re, 92 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Alice Springs/Darwin Railway Line‑‑Motion re, 93 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Australia Day Holiday‑‑Motion re, 108, 127 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Blackwood Police Station‑‑Motion re, 90, 92 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Deregistration of the B.L.F.‑‑Motion re, 194 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Deregulation Unit‑‑Motion re, 147 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Disabled Persons Housing Policy Project‑‑Motion re, 193 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Electricity Charges for Country Areas‑‑Motion re, 108, 127, 148 (Lapsed owing to

   Prorogation).

Estimates Committees, Sessional Orders‑‑Motion for, 93; refer expenditures, 103.

Expense Allowance Taxation‑‑Motion re, 147, 172 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Forestry Act‑‑Proclamation‑‑Hundred of Adelaide‑‑Motion for disallowance, 69, 93 (Lapsed

   owing to Prorogation).

Fuel Freight Equalisation Scheme‑‑Motion re, 90, 108, 127 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Government Taxes‑‑Motion re, 192; negatived, 192 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Hallett Cove Beach Sand Replenishment‑‑Motion re, 172 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Hills Face Zone Vegetation‑‑Motion re, 68, 91, 109, 127 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Home Ownership Made Easier Scheme‑‑Motion re, 193 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Housing Interest Rates‑‑Motion re, 108, 127, 148 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Koorooroo Land, Disposal of‑‑Motion re, 85, 207; agreed to by Legislative Council, 210.

Liberal Party Policy on Privatisation‑‑Motion re, 69 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Minda Craigburn Farm‑‑Motion re, 68, 91, 109 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Motor Vehicles, Tax on use of‑‑Motion Re, 108, 147, 173 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

No confidence motions‑‑In Government, 24, 97.

Ombudsman, Inquiry into‑‑Motion for; Suspension of Standing Orders negatived, 145.


 

Powerline to Wilpena and Blinman‑‑Motion re, 92 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Privatisation, Liberal Party Policy on‑‑Motion re, 69 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Rental Accommodation Financial Policies‑‑Motion re, 194 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Shell Service Station, Hallett Cove‑‑Motion re, 107, 126, 172; negatived, 172.

Southern Area Roads‑‑Motion re, 146, 146, 173 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Southern Area Roads, Liberal Party Policy‑‑Motion re, 194 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Special Services Staffing‑‑Motion re, 193 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Telephone Tapping‑‑Motion re, received from Legislative Council, 109 (lapsed owing to

   Prorogation).

Toxic Waste Disposal Incinerator‑‑Motion re, 90, 109, 127 (Lapsed owing to Prorogation).

Transport Policies of Government‑‑Motion re, 68, 91, 109, 128 (Lapsed owing to

   Prorogation).

Worthing Mine‑‑Motion re, 147, 173; negatived, 195.

Papers‑‑

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

   1984, 4; Paper No. 90.

Adelaide Festival Centre Trust‑Auditor‑General's Report on 1984‑85, 120.

Advisory Committee on Soil Conservation‑Report, 1983‑84, 4; Paper No. 126.

Ageing, Commissioner for the‑Report, 1984‑85, 171.

Agricultural Council, Australian‑

  Resolutions of 120th Meeting, Canberra, 27 September, 1984, 3.

  Resolutions of 121st Meeting, Melbourne, 11 February 1985, 3.

  Resolutions of 122nd Meeting, Darwin, 21 July 1985, 131.

Architects Act‑By‑law No. 38‑Promotion of Services, 62.

Auditor‑General‑

  Adelaide Festival Centre Trust‑Report on, 1984‑85, 120.

  Pipelines Authority of South Australia‑Report on, 1984‑85, 131.

  Racecourses Development Board‑Report on, 1984‑85, 120.

  Report, 1984‑85, 83; ordered to be printed, 83; Paper No. 4.

  State Government Insurance Commission‑Report on 1984‑85, 157.

  State Opera of South Australia‑Report on, 1984‑85, 120.

  State Theatre Company of South Australia‑Report on, 1984‑85, 120.

Australian Mineral Development Laboratories‑Report, 1984‑85, 171; ordered to be printed,

   192; Paper No. 127.

  Betting Control Board‑Report, 1984‑85, 61; Paper No. 60.

  Builders Licensing Board‑Report, 1983‑84, 5; Paper No. 74.

  Charitable Funds, Commissioner of‑Report, 1984‑85, 138; ordered to be printed, 192;

              Paper No. 50.

  Citrus Board of South Australia‑Report for Year Ended 30 April 1985, 165; ordered to

              be printed, 192; Paper No. 16.

  Clothing Corporation, State‑Report, 1984‑85, 131; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper

              No. 120.

  College of Advanced Education, South Australian‑

             Report, 1984, 4; Paper No. 107.

             Statute Amendment, 4.

  Committees‑

             Estimates Committee A‑

              Report, 121.

              Minutes of Proceedings, 121.

             Estimates Committee B‑

                Report, 121.

                 Minutes of Proceedings, 121.

             Printing‑First Report, 1985, 192.

             Public Accounts‑Fortieth Report containing the Treasurer's Minute and Other

                Comments on the Eighth, Eleventh, Twenty‑first and Twenty‑seventh

                Reports, 24; ordered to be printed, 24; Paper No. 147.

             Select‑‑

                Church of Scientology Incorporated‑Report (Legislative Council), Paper No. 153.

                Inquiry into Steamtown Railway Preservation Society Incorporated‑

                      Final Report, 174; ordered to be printed, 174; Paper No. 157.

                      Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence, 174.


 

                Mental Health Act Amendment Bill, 1984‑85‑Report (Legislative Council), Paper No. 152.

                Native Vegetation Clearance‑Report (Legislative Council), Paper No. 148.

                      Natural Gas (Interim Supply) Bill‑

                      Report, 186; ordered to be printed, 186; Paper No. 160.

                      Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence, 186.

                Joint Committee on the Administration of Parliament‑

                      Report, 48; ordered to be printed, 48; Paper No. 144.

                      Minutes of Proceedings, 48.

             Subordinate Legislation, Joint Committee on‑

                      Third General Report, 1984‑85, 29.

                First Report, 1985 and Minutes of Evidence‑Radiation Protection and Control

                 Act‑Ionizing Radiation, 29.

                Second Report, 1985‑Controlled Substances and Narcotic and Psychotropic Drugs

                    Acts, 57.

                 Third Report, 1985‑Road Traffic Act‑Traffic Prohibition, Enfield and Land and

                       Business Agents Act‑Crown Lease Transactions, 67.

             Fourth Report, 1985‑Road Traffic Act‑Traffic Prohibition, Enfield, 145.

                Fifth Report, 1985‑Australian Formula One Grand Prix Act‑General Regulations,

                       192.

                Minutes of Evidence‑

                      Dentists Act‑General Regulations (3), 89, 157.

                      Land and Business Agents Act‑Regulations‑Crown Lease Transactions, 97.

                      Metropolitan Taxi‑Cab Act Regulations‑

                         Fares, 43.

                         One Plate System, 125.

                Radiation Protection and Control Act‑Regulations‑Ionizing Radiation (4), 43, 67, 97, 145.

                Road Traffic Act‑Regulations‑Traffic Prohibition‑

                      Enfield, 125.

                      Windsor Gardens, 107.

                Minutes of Proceedings‑7,14,21,28 August 11,18 September, 9,23,30 October and

                       6 November 1985, 29, 43, 57, 67, 89, 107, 125, 145, 171, 191.

  Community Welfare, Department for‑Report, 1984‑85, 191.

  Consumer Affairs, Commissioner for‑Report, 1983‑84, 29; Paper No. 75.

  Controlled Substances Advisory Council‑Report, 1984‑85, 191.

  Corporate Affairs Commission‑Report, 1984‑85, 206.

  Corporation By‑laws‑

             Elizabeth‑No.4‑Bees,4

             Glenelg‑No.68‑Traffic, 166.

             Happy Valley‑No.42‑Keeping of Dogs, 4.

             Henley and Grange‑No.23‑Restaurants and Fish Shops, 166.

             Mount Gambier‑

                No.39‑Heavy Vehicles, 4.

                No.50‑Carinya Gardens Cemetery, 4.

             Noarlunga‑No.17‑Traffic, 120.

  Correctional Services Advisory Council‑Report, 1984‑85, 120.

                  Credit Union Stabilization Board‑Report, 1984‑85, 166; ordered to be printed, 192;

              Paper No. 93.

  Council on Technological Change‑Report, 1984, 120; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper

              No. 163.

  Deputy Premier‑

             Correspondence Relating to Press Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition, 83.

             Ministerial Statement‑Press Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition, 107.

  District Council By‑laws‑

             Tumby Bay‑No. 27‑Tumby Bay Camping Reserve, 102.

             Willunga‑

                 No.37‑Controlling the Foreshore and Various Amendments, 4.

                No.38‑Amendment to Existing By‑laws, 4.

                No.40‑Vehicles On Reserves, 166.


 

  Egg Board, South Australian‑Report, 1984‑85, 120.

  Electricity Trust of South Australia‑Report, 1984‑85, 120; ordered to be printed,

              192; Paper No. 64.

             Engineering and Water Supply Department‑Report, 1983‑84, 120; ordered to be printed,

              192; Paper No. 35.

             Equal Opportunity, Commissioner for‑Report, 1983‑84, 120; ordered to be printed,

              192; Paper No. 109.

  Finance‑

             Certificates Required under Standing Order No. 297, 75.

             Employment Aspects of the 1985‑86 Budget, 75; ordered to be printed, 75; Paper No.

                 30.

             Estimates of Payments, 1985‑86, 75; ordered to be printed, 75; Paper No. 9.

             Estimates of Receipts, 1985‑86, 75; ordered to be printed, 75; Paper No. 7.

             Impact on Women by the 1985‑86 Budget, 75; ordered to be printed, 75; Paper No. 81.

             South Australian Economy, The, 75; ordered to be printed, 75; Paper No. 11.

             Treasurer's Financial Statement, 1985‑86, 75; ordered to be printed, 75; Paper No.

                 18.

  Fisheries Council, Australian‑Resolutions of 15th Meeting, Darwin, 21 July 1985, 131.

  Forestry Act‑Proclamation‑Forest Reserve Resumed‑

             Adelaide, Hundred of, 21.

                 Young, Hundred of, 191.

  Friendly Societies‑Amendments to General Laws and Rules‑

             Lifeplan Community Services, 5.

             Manchester Unity‑Hibernian Friendly Society, 5.

  Geographical Names Board‑Report, 1984‑85, 37.

  Government Financing Authority, South Australian‑Report, 1984‑85, 75; ordered to be

              printed, 192; Paper No. 48.

  Governor‑

                Draft Address, 25.

             Opening Speech, 2; ordered to be printed, 2; Paper No. 1.

  Highways Department‑

             Properties, Approval to Lease, 1984‑85, 4.

             Report, 1984‑85, 138; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No. 37.

  Housing Trust, South Australian‑Report, 1984‑85, 120; ordered to be printed, 192;

              Paper No. 42.

  Industrial Court and Commission of South Australia‑Report of President, 1984‑85, 131;

              ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No. 86.

  Industrial Relations Advisory Council‑Report, 1984, 2.

  Institute for the Study of Learning Difficulties‑Report, 1984‑85, 67.

  Institute of Technology, South Australian‑Report, 1983, 4.

  Insurance Commission, State Government‑Auditor‑General's Report on, 1984‑85, 157.

             Jolly's Boat House Bistro Pty Ltd‑Memorandum of Lease‑Local Government Act, 51.

  Kindergarten Union of South Australia‑Report, 1983‑84, 4; Paper No. 124.

  Lands‑

             Advances to Settlers Act‑Return, 1984‑85, 138.

             Crown Lands Act‑

                 Closer Settlement‑Return, 1984‑85, 120.

                Statement of Land Resumed, 1984‑85, 3.

             Pastoral Act‑Arkaba, Hundred of‑Portion of Travelling Stock Reserve Resumed, 3.

  Legal Services Commission‑Report, 1984‑85, 138; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No.

              136.

  Library, Parliamentary‑Report, 1984‑85, 47.

             Local Government‑

             Act‑Memorandum of Lease‑Jolly's Boat House Bistro Pty Ltd, 51.

             Department of‑Report, 1984‑85, 120.

             Finance Authority‑Report, 1984‑85, 138.

             Grants Commission, South Australian‑Report, 1984‑85, 179; ordered to be printed,

                 192; Paper No. 106.

  Long Service Leave (Building Industry) Board‑Report, 1984‑85, 179; ordered to be

              printed, 192; Paper No. 129.

  Lyell McEwin Hospital‑Auditor's Report Into and Other Papers, 61.


 

  Meat Corporation, South Australian‑Report, 1984‑85, 179; ordered to be printed, 192;

              Paper No. 59.

  Medical Board of South Australia‑Report, 1984‑85, 131.

  Members' Interests, Registrar of‑Statement, 1985‑‑

             House of Assembly, 119; ordered to be printed, 119; Paper No. 133A.

             Legislative Council, Paper No. 133.

  Metropolitan Milk Board‑Report, 1984‑85, 120; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No.

              52.

  Metropolitan Taxi‑Cab Board‑Report, 1984‑85, 120; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper

              No. 12.

  Museum Board, South Australian‑Report, 1984‑85, 137; ordered to be printed, 192;

              Paper No. 8.

  National Trust of South Australia‑Rules and By‑laws‑Membership and Administration, 24.

  Ombudsman‑

             Ms M. Beasley‑Correspondence Relating to, 137.

             Report, 1984‑85, 47; ordered to be printed; 47; Paper No. 76.

  Outback Areas Community Development Trust‑Report, 1984‑85, 138; ordered to be printed

              192; Paper No. 47.

             Parks Community Centre‑Report, 1984‑85, 120; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No. 22

  Parliamentary Librarian‑Report, 1984‑85, 47.

  Parliamentary Superannuation Fund Trustees‑Report, 1984‑85, 120.

  Parole Board of South Australia‑Report, 1984‑85, 120.

  Pest Plants Commission‑Report, 1984, 165; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No. 119.

  Petitions‑

             Anti Discrimination Bill‑No.96, 125.

             Arid Lands Botanic Garden, Port Augusta‑Nos (7,8,35,42,53,72,73,84,88,90,98 and

                 100) 2(2), 33, 37, 51, 83, 89, 107, 113, 119, 125, 137.

             Beachport Conservation Park‑(No.43), 37.

             Bus Service, Port Wakefield Road‑(No.9), 2.

             Child Care Centre, Purchase of‑(Nos 106 and 109), 137, 145.

             Coorong Beach, Closure of‑(Nos 12,77 and 119), 2, 101, 185.

             Craigburn Farm Land, Government to Purchase‑(Nos 19,38,44,60,61,78 and 105), 2, 33,

                 43, 67(2), 101, 137.

             Education‑

                Cleve Area School, Staffing Levels‑(Nos 115 and 120), 171, 191.

                Pinnaroo Area School, Redevelopment‑(No.21), 2.

                Pre‑school Education, Opposition to Reduction in Funding‑(Nos 15 to 17,32,45 to

                       52,56 to 58,62,65 to 68,74,81,87,93 and 94), 2(2), 29, 47(2), 51(6), 59, 61(2),

                       67, 75(2), 83(2), 89, 101, 107, 119(2).

                South Downs Primary School, Security‑(No.10),2.

                Teacher Aide, Christies North Kindergarten‑(No.6), 2.

  Emergency Housing Scheme‑(No.117), 185.

  Equal Opportunity Act, Amendment of‑(Nos 11,34,91 and 111), 2, 29, 119, 145.

  Flagstaff Hill and South Roads, Upgrading‑(No.18), 2.

  Flinders Ranges National Park, Mineral Exploration‑(No.97), 125.

  ETSA, Inquiry Into‑(Nos 31 and 103), 29, 137.

  Hallett Cove Beach, Sand Replenishment‑(Nos 89,107 and 110), 113, 137, 145.

  Hardys Road, Torrensville, Traffic‑(No.23), 2.

  Increased Penalties for Crimes‑(Nos 99,101,108,116 and 122), 125, 137, 145, 179, 205.

  Living Arts Centre, Establishment of‑(No.41), 37.

  Murray Mallee and Riverland Development Plans, Regulations‑(No.83), 101.

  Neighbourhood Watch Programme‑(Nos 95 and 123), 119, 205.

  Petrol Stations, Trading Hours‑(No.70), 83.

  Poker Machines‑(Nos 14,40,69 92 and 104), 2, 37, 83, 119, 137.

  Race Broadcasting‑(No.36), 33.

  SAIT, Policy on Homosexuality‑(Nos 1 to 5,26,27,33,59,75,102 and 114), 2(5), 23(2),

              29, 67, 97, 137, 165.

  SAMCOR Paddocks, Pooraka‑(No.71), 83.

             Shell Service Station, Hallett Cove‑Trading Hours‑(Nos 22 and 85), 2, 107.


 

  Speed Limit, (Nos 80 and 118), 101, 185.

  Speed Restriction, Glenstanes Tce., Port Lincoln‑(No.37), 33.

  State Bank Loans‑(No.113), 165.

  Traffic Lights‑

             Brodie Road, Morphett Vale‑(No.79), 101.

             Galloway Road, O'Sullivan Beach‑(No. 121), 191.

  Unsworn Statement, Aboliton of‑(Nos 20,24,25,28 to 30,39,54,63,76,82

              and 8), 2, 23(2), 29(3), 33, 51, 75, 97, 101, 107.

  Video, Banning of X‑Rated‑(No. 64), 75.

  Voluntary Service Agencies‑(Nos 13 and 55), 2, 51.

  Wholesale Liquor Outlets, Club Purchases‑(No.112), 157.

Pipelines Authority of South Australia‑

  Auditor‑General's Report on, 1984‑85, 131.

  Report, 1984‑85, 102; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No. 68.

Planning‑Crown Development Reports by South Australian Planning Commission on Proposals of‑            Borrow Pit Operations (5), 3(3), 37, 61.

  Development‑

             Beachport, 84.

             Greenwood Park, Barmera, 3.

             Waikerie, 3.

  Duplication, 66 Kv Transmission Line, Happy Valley, 84.

  Erection of‑

             Aboriginal Child Care Centre‑Whyalla, 37.

             Activities Room, Cleve Area School, 3.

             Aquaculture Research Station‑Noarlunga, Hundred of, 37.

             Building, E&WS Department Regional Headquarters, Murray Bridge, 3.

             Classroom‑

                Aldinga Primary School, 3.

                Loxton High School, 61.

                Murray Bridge Regional Education Office, 3.

                Palmer Primary School (2), 165(2).

                Wirreanda High School, 37.

             Concrete Water Storage Tank‑

                Hackham, 84.

                Morphett Vale East, 84.

             Control Building, Wasleys, 3.

             Garden Shed, Carrick Hill, 3.

             Laboratory, Port Pirie, 37.

             O'Sullivan Beach Boat Ramp, 3.

             Pain Investigation and Management Unit, Flinders Medical Centre, 101.

             Storage Shed, Murray Bridge, 3.

    Sub‑station and 132 Kv Transmission Line, Kadina, 84.

             Tank‑

                Happy Valley Reservoir, 3.

                Noarlunga, Hundred of, 3.

             Tank and Pumping Station‑Noarlunga, Hundred of, 3.

             66 Kv Transmission Line, Elizabeth South, 137.

  Extension‑Depot, Dry Creek, 3.

  Land Division‑

             Glossop, 3.

             Loxton West, 3.

             Saddleworth, 37.

  Redevelopment‑

  Elizabeth Downs, 2.

  Police Station, Balaklava, 3.

   Porter Bay Marina, 3.

  Rendelsham Primary School, 61.

Relocation‑

  Irrigation Pumps, Murtho, Hundred of, 3.

  Victor Harbor Primary School, 3.


 

Police Pensions Fund‑Report, 1984‑85, 120.

Poultry Farming Licensing Committee‑Report, 1984‑85, 120; ordered to be printed, 192;

   Paper No. 122.

Psychological Board, South Australian‑Report, 1984‑85, 191.

Public Parks Act‑Disposal of Park Lands, Breckon Park Reserve, Victor Harbor, 84.

Public Works Standing Committee‑

  Adelaide Children's Hospital‑Stage IV Redevelopment (Phase 1)‑Interim Report, 138;

              ordered to be printed, 138; Paper No. 154.

             Final Report (After Session Paper No. 154A).

              Minutes of Evidence.

  Adelaide Convention Centre‑Furniture, Fittings and Equipment‑

             Report, 5; ordered to be printed, 138; Paper No. 154.

             Minutes of Evidence, 5.

  Augmentation of the EL137 and EL172C Water Supply Pressure Zone‑

             Interim Report (After Session Paper No. 171).

  Elizabeth Urban Aboriginal School (Establishment)‑Interim Report, 191; ordered to be

              printed, 191; Paper No. 158.

             Final Report (After Session Paper No. 158A).

             Minutes of Evidence.

  Fifty‑eighth General Report, 89; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No. 31.

  Hallett Cove School (Construction)‑Interim Report, 138; ordered to be printed, 138;

              138; Paper No. 155.

  Happy Valley Water Filtration Plant Distribution System Augmentation (Revised

              Proposal)‑

             Interim Report, 191; ordered to be printed, 191; Paper No. 159.

             Final Report (After Session Paper No. 159A).

             Minutes of Evidence.

  Moana Primary School (Redevelopment)‑

             Report, 38; ordered to be printed, 38; Paper No. 145.

             Minutes of Evidence, 38.

  Mobilong Medium Security Male Prison‑

             Interim Report, 83; ordered to be printed, 83; Paper No. 149.

             Report, 138; ordered to be printed, 138; Paper No. 150.

             Minutes of Evidence, 138.

  Modbury Hospital Development‑

             Report (After Session Paper No. 168).

             Minutes of Evidence, 138.

  Mount Gambier Hospital Redevelopment‑Phase I‑

             Report (After Session Paper No. 167).

             Minutes of Evidence.

  Mount Gambier Hospital (Replacement Boilers)‑‑

             Report (After Session Paper No. 169).

             Minutes of Evidence.

  Port Augusta College of Technical and Further Education‑Redevelopment

             Report, 5; ordered to be printed, 5; Paper No. 142.

             Minutes of Evidence, 5.

  Port Lincoln Community of Technical and Further Education (Establishment)‑

             Interim Report (After Session Paper No. 170).

  Regency Park Community College‑Extensions‑

             Report, 5; ordered to be printed, 5; Paper No. 139.

             Minutes of Evidence, 5.

  Roxby Downs (Education Complex and Government Offices)‑

             Interim Report, 138; ordered to be printed, 138; Paper No. 156.

             Final Report (After Session Paper No. 156A).

             Minutes of Evidence.

  St Leonards Primary School (Consolidation)‑

             Interim Report (After Session Paper No. 172).

  Salisbury Heights Primary School, Stage II‑Redevelopment‑

             Report, 5; ordered to be printed, 5; Paper No. 140.

             Minutes of Evidence, 5.


 

  South Australian Maritime Museum (Building Works)‑

             Report 5, ordered to be printed, 5; Paper No. 143.

             Minutes of Evidence, 5.

  West Beach Marine Research Laboratory‑Stage I‑

             Report, 138; ordered to be printed, 138; Paper No. 151.

             Minutes of Evidence, 138.

  Yatala Labour Prison‑Operations and Admissions Facility‑

             Report, 38; ordered to be printed, 38; Paper No. 146.

             Minutes of Evidence, 38.

Racecourses Development Board‑Auditor‑General's Report on, 120.

Racing Act‑

  Greyhound Racing Rules‑Sire Registration, 5.

  Rules of Trotting‑

             Fees, 5.

             Sires Stakes, 5.

             Stable Return, 5.

             Studmaster's Advertising, 5.

             Trainer Prizemoney for Placegetters, 5.

             Two State Sire Registration, 24.

Recreation and Sport, Department of‑Report, 1984‑85, 138; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper

   No. 165.

Regulations Under Acts‑

  Adelaide Railway Station Development‑Office Building, 3.

  Associations Incorporation‑General Regulations, 1985, 5.

  Australian Formula One Grand Prix‑General Regulations, 1985, 120.

  Bail‑General Regulations, 1985, 5.

  Beverage Container‑Milk Containers, 84.

  Birth, Death and Marriages Registration‑Aboriginal Births and Deaths, 5.

  Boilers and Pressure Vessels‑Standards, 165.

  Botanic Gardens‑Parking, 185.

  Builders Licensing‑Building Indemnity Scheme, 120.

  Building‑

             Building Indemnity Insurance Scheme, 102.

             Sliding Doors, 4.

             Stormwater Drainage, 84.

             Building Societies‑

                New Banks, 138.

                 Powers of Inspection, 5.

    Children's Services‑

             Baby Sitting Agencies, 102.

             General Regulations, 89.

  Classification of Films for Public Exhibition‑Fees for Cinema Classification, 5.

  Classification of Publications‑

             Agricultural Video Information Digest, 51.

             Film Classification Fees, 120.

  Coast Protection‑

             Coastal Protection Districts (Revocation), 61.

             Identity Cards for Wardens, 137.

             South East Coast Protection District, 61.

  Community Welfare‑Revocation, 84.

  Companies(Application of Laws)‑Exemption, 5.

  Consumer Credit‑Delegation of Power, 5.

  Co‑operatives‑General Regulations, 1985, 5.

  Correctional Services‑General Regulations, 1985, 37.

  Country Fires‑Spark Arrestors, 101.

  Dentists‑

             Dental Board, Election of, 4.

             General Regulations, 1985, 61.

  Education‑Qualifications of Teachers, 3.

    Electoral‑General Regulations, 1985, 61.


 

  Fisheries‑

             Central Zone Abalone Fishery‑Fees, 3.

             Fish Processors‑Tuna, 138.

             General Fees, 3.

             Gulf St Vincent Experimental Crab Fishery, 4.

             Gulf St Vincent Prawn Fishery‑Fees, 3.

             Investigator Strait Experimental Prawn Fishery, 51.

             Lakes and Coorong Fishery‑

                Fees, 3.

                Licences, 138.

             Marine Scale Fishery‑

                Fees, 3.

                Licences, 138.

             Miscellaneous Fishery‑Fees, 3.

             Northern Zone Rock Lobster Fishery‑

                Boat Registration, 3.

                Fees, 4.

                Number of Pots, 4.

                Pots, 102.

             Port Broughton‑Fisherman Bay Netting, 138.

             Restricted Marine Scale Fishery‑Fees, 3.

             River Fishery‑Fees, 3.

             Scheme of Management, Tuna Fishery, 51.

             Size Limits and Definitions, 24.

             Southern Zone Abalone Fishery‑Fees, 3.

             Southern Zone Rock Lobster Fishery‑

                Fees, 3.

                Number of Pots, 3.

             Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery‑Fees, 3.

             Spencer Gulf Experimental Crab Fishery, 4.

             Venus Bay Netting, 4.

             West Coast Experimental Crab Fishery, 4.

             West Coast Experimental Prawn Fishery, 51.

             Western Zone Abalone Fishery‑

                Fees, 3.

                Quotas, 84.

             Whyalla‑Cowled's Landing Aquatic Reserve, 120.

  Food and Drugs‑

             Alcoholic Beverages, 4.

             Dyes in Antibiotics for Animals, 4.

             Low Alcohol Beers, 61.

             Pharmaceutical Colouring Agents, 37.

             Prohibited Products, 165.

             Residues in Food, 51.

             Storage of Poisons, 4.

             Warning Statements, 102.

  Harbors‑Wharfage Rates, 3.

  Health‑Disinfection of Secondhand Clothing, 4.

  Highways‑Highway Fund, 120.

  Industrial Safety Health and Welfare‑Asbestos Removal, 2.

  Land and Business Agents‑

             Crown Lease Transactions, 5.

             Hotel Brokers, 5.

  Liquor Licensing‑

             Exemptions, 185.

             General Regulations, 1985, 5.

  Local and District Criminal Courts‑

             Attempted Service Fee, 84.

             Bailiff's Fees, 5.

  Local Government‑Long Service Leave, 138.


 

  Local Government Finance Authority‑

             Associated Organisations, 120.

             Institute of Municipal Management Inc., 4.

             Pest Plant Control Boards, 4.

  Long Service Leave (Building Industry)‑

             Appeal Tribunal, 2.

             Forms, 2.

  Lottery and Gaming‑Australian Formula One Grand Prix, 166.

  Medical Practitioners‑

             Qualifications, 4.

             Registration Fees, 120.

  Metropolitan Milk Supply‑

             Extension of Metropolitan Area, 4.

             Milk Prices, 4.

  Metropolitan Taxi‑Cab‑

             Fares, 4.

             One Plate System, 61.

  Motor Vehicles‑

             Learner and Probationary Drivers, 4.

             Number Plates, 84.

             Number Plates, Cost of, 4.

  National Crime Authority (State Provisions)‑State Provisions, 5.

  Nurses‑Nurses Board Elections, 61.

  Pay‑roll Tax‑Travelling and Accommodation Allowances, 120.

  Planning‑

             Development Control, 37.

             Shopping Developments, 120.

  Prices‑School Uniforms and Breads, 5.

  Public Supply and Tender‑Revocation, 120.

  Radiation Protection and Control‑Ionizing Radiation (Amendment), 84.

  Real Property‑

             Conveyancing, 138.

             Various, 37.

             Renmark Irrigation Trust‑Capital Recoveries, 5.

  Residential Tenancies‑Leigh Creek South Exemption, 24.

  Road Traffic‑

             Bicycle Lanes, 84.

             Bus Maintenance Scheme, 4.

             Traffic Prohibition‑

                 Hope Valley, 4.

                Summertown, 4.

                Tea Tree Gully, 4.

                Windsor Gardens, 4.

                Windsor Gardens (Amendment), 84.

             Tyres and Wheels, 4.

  Sewerage‑Fees, 5.

  Soccer Football Pools‑Prize Fund, 5.

  South Australian Health Commission‑Adelaide Children's Hospital Audits, 84.

  State Supply‑General Regulations, 1985, 120.

  Summary Offences‑Summary Offences Applications, 5.

  Trade Standards‑

             Bean Bags, 102.

             General Regulations, 5.

  Trustee‑

             Elders' Finance and Investment Co. Ltd, 24.

             Export Finance and Insurance Corporation, 84.

             First National Limited, 5.

  Unleaded Petrol‑Dispensing Equipment, 51.

  Urban Land Trust‑Compulsory Land Purchase, 3.

  Valuation of Land‑Valuation Reviewer Panels, 3.

  Veterinary Surgeons‑Advertising, 4.

  Waterworks‑Fees, 5.


 

River Murray Commission, Report, 1984, 51.

Roseworthy Agricultural College‑Report, 1984, 4; Paper No. 62.

Rules of Court‑

  Industrial Court‑Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act‑

             Advertisement of Appeals and Stays of Operations, 2.

  Local Court‑

             Associations Incorporation Act‑Appeals, 138.

  City of Adelaide Development Control Act‑Civil Enforcement, 166.

             Local and District Criminal Courts Act‑

                Appearances, 84.

                Court Proceedings, 24.

             Planning Act‑Civil Enforcement, 166.

Local and District Criminal Court‑Motor Vehicles Act‑Probationary Conditions

   Disqualification Appeal, 24.

   Planning Appeal Tribunal‑Planning Act‑General Rules, 1985, 166.

Supreme Court‑

  Bail Act‑Bail Reviews, 51.

  Service and Execution of Process Act‑Interstate Custody  Procedures, 185.

Supreme Court Act, 1935‑

  Companies (South Australia) Code, 166.

  Index to Companies Code, 131.

School Transport Policies‑Review of, 61.

Small Business Corporation of South Australia‑Report, 1984‑85, 120.

Soil Conservation, Advisory Committee on‑Report, 1983‑84, 4; Paper No. 126.

South Australian‑

  College of Advanced Education‑

             Report, 1984, 4.

             Statute Amendment, 4.

  Council on Technological Change‑Report, 1984, 120; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper  No. 93.

  Egg Board‑Report, 1984‑85, 120.

  Government Financing Authority‑Report, 1984‑85, 75; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper

              No. 48.

  Housing Trust‑Report, 1984‑85, 120; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No. 42.

  Institute of Technology‑Report, 1983, 4.

  Local Government Grants Commission‑Report, 1984‑85, 179; ordered to be printed, 192;

              Paper No. 106.

  Meat Corporation‑Report, 1984‑85, 179; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No. 59.

  Museum Board‑Report, 1984‑85, 137; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No. 8.

Psychological Board‑Report, 1984‑85, 191.

  Technological Change, Council on‑Report, 1984, 120; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper

              No. 163.

  Totalizator Agency Board‑Report, 1984‑85, 47; Paper No. 33.

  Trotting Control Board‑Report, 1984‑85 185; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No.

   113.

  Urban Lands Trust‑Report, 1984‑85, 120; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No. 58.

  Waste Management Commission‑Report, 1984‑85, 179; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper

              No. 131.

State‑

  Bank of South Australia‑Report, 1984‑85, 59.

  Clothing Corporation‑Report, 1984‑85, 131.; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper No.120.

  Government Insurance Commission‑Auditor‑General's Report on, 1984‑85, 157.

  Opera of South Australia‑Auditor‑General's Report on, 1984‑85, 120.

  Theatre Company‑

             Auditor‑General's Report on, 1984‑85, 120.

             Report, 1983‑84, 2; Paper No. 91.

  Transport Authority‑Report of the Pension and Superannuation Schemes, 1984‑85, 179.

Statute Revision, Commissioner of, Schedule of Alterations Made‑

             Correctional Services Act, 4.

  Offenders Probation Act, 4.

  South Australian Health Commission Act, 4.

  Summary Offences Act, 4.


 

Stony Point (Liquids Project) Indenture‑Port Bonython Power Requirements‑Deed, 5.

Suppression Orders‑Attorney‑General's Report on, 1984‑85, 166.

Technological Change, South Australian Council on‑Report, 1984, 120; ordered to be printed,

   192; Paper No. 163.

Technology Action Program‑Report, 113.

Technology Park Adelaide Corporation‑Report, 1984‑85, 131; ordered to be printed 192; Paper

   No. 20.

Tertiary Education Authority of South Australia‑Report, 1984, 4; Paper No. 78.

Totalizator Agency Board, South Australian‑Report, 1984‑85, 47; Paper No. 33.

Trade Standards Act‑

  Report on, 1982‑83, 5.

  Report on, 1983‑84, 5.

Trotting Control Board, South Australian‑Report, 1984‑85, 185; ordered to be printed 192;

   Paper No. 113.

  Urban Lands Trust, South Australian‑Report, 1984‑85, 120; ordered to be printed, 192; Paper

   No. 58.

Waste Management Commission, South Australian‑Report, 1984‑85, 179; ordered to be printed,

   192; Paper No. 131.

Workers Compensation Act‑Silicosis Scheme, Subscription Rates, 51.