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                 VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

                           OF THE

 

                   HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

 

 

                         DURING THE

 

        FIFTH SESSION OF THE FORTY SEVENTH PARLIAMENT

 

                            1993

 

 

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                            INDEX

 

                           of the

 

                    VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

                           of the

 

                      HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

For the Fifth Session of the Forty Seventh Parliament, 1993

 

 

                            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

 

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Address in Reply - Mover nominated, 8; moved, debate, 14, 18, 23; presented, 49.

Assembly -

  Adjournment -

   Debate, 8, 18, 27, 130, 139, 152.

   Extension of time for, 15, 23, 34, 42, 53, 61, 74, 83, 100, 117, 146, 164.

  Bills - Conferences -

   Children's Protection Bill, 163.

  Business -

   Discharge of, 100, 126, 143.

   Postponement of, 15, 25, 26 (2), 29, 40, 41, 45, 50, 57, 58 (4), 59 (4), 60 (4),65, 78 (2), 79 (3), 80 (2), 81 (3), 82, 85 (2), 95, 96 (6), 98, 99 (3), 124 (2), 125, 126, 127 (3), 128, 137, 141 (3), 142 (3), 144 (3), 145, 147.

   Resumption of, 30, 47, 68, 86.

  Committees -

   Joint -

     Parliamentary  Privilege -

       Power to continue sittings, 8.

   Printing - Appointed, 8.

   Select -

     Health Administration -

       Extension of time for bringing up Report, 100.

       Power to continue sittings and extension of time for bringing up Report, 8.

     Primary and Secondary Education -

       Power to continue sittings and extension of time for bringing up Report, 8.

   Standing -

     Social Development Committee - Leave to sit during sitting of House, 95.

   Standing Orders - Appointed, 8.

  Contingent Notice of Motion -

   Holidays (Proclamation Day and Australia Day) Bill - Instruction to Committee, 137.

   Southern Power and Water Bill - Referral to Select Committee, 53.

  Debate -

   Grievance, 8, 13, 17, 22, 25, 30, 34, 47, 73, 78, 85, 86, 104, 108, 123, 132, 136, 141, 149.

   Limitation of, 37.

  Division -

   Only one Noe, 50, 151.

  Governor -

   Opening Speech, tabled, 2.

   Proclamation Summoning Parliament, 1.

   Summons from, 1.

Assembly - continued -

  Leader of the Opposition - Statement, 73.

  Legislative Council Vacancy - Assembly of Members of the Two Houses - Minutes, 3.

  Matter of Urgency, 157.

  Members - Death of former -

   Hon. H.R. Hudson, 2.

   Hon. Sir Condor Louis Laucke, 1.

  Prorogation of Parliament and Dissolution of House of Assembly, 167.

  Sittings -

   Next day of, 14, 67, 86, 149, 164.

   Suspension and resumption of, 2, 133, 148, 163.

  Speaker -

   Absence of and appointment of Deputy, 21 (2), 71 (2).

   Casting vote, 38, 39, 40, 46, 52, 53, 54, 62, 66, 69, 125, 128, 158, 161.

   Decision, 157.

  Standing and Sessional Orders, Suspension of -

   To enable Government Bills to be introduced before the Address in Reply is adopted, 13.

   To enable Orders of the Day (Other Motions) be postponed until Notices of Motions (Other Motions) are disposed of, 58, 79, 127.

   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, 22.

   To enable Standing Order 364 to be suspended during consideration in Committee of this Bill, 53, 65.

   To enable the asking of questions without notice to take place forthwith, 158.

   To enable the Bill to pass through its remaining stages without delay, forthwith, 150, 151 (2), 152, 164.

   To enable the House to sit beyond midnight, 165.

   To enable the Leader of the Opposition to make a statement, forthwith, 73.

   To introduce a Bill, forthwith, 68.

   To move a motion without notice, forthwith, 37, 161.

   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 10.00 p.m.; and

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

         (i) may be moved later than 5.00 p.m.;

         (ii) may not be debated, 7.

   To provide that -

     (a) unless otherwise ordered, the House meets on each Thursday at 10.30 a.m.;

     (b) on Wednesdays Private Members business take precedence after grievances in the following manner:

         (i) Bills - 1 hour;

         (ii) Motions for disallowance of regulations and motions with respect to Committees - 1 hour;

         (iii)  Other Motions - 1 1/2 hours,

         provided that -

            (A) Notices of Motion will take priority over Orders of the Day in (i) and (ii) and for the first 45 minutes in (iii);

            (B) if all business in (i) or (ii) is completed before the allotted time the House proceeds to (ii) or (iii), respectively and the balance of the allotted time may be utilised;

            (C) if the motion for the adjournment of the House is moved on Wednesday before the business in (b) (iii) has been disposed of, the remaining business (subject to SO 185 and 197) is set down for the following day and take precedence until the allotted time is completed;

     (c) the following time limits will apply -

         Mover, 15 minutes;

         One Member opposing the question, as deputed by the Speaker, 15 minutes;

         Other Members, 10 minutes;

         Mover in reply, 5 minutes;

       provided that -

         (i) an extension of 15 minutes may be granted, by leave, to a Member moving the second reading of a Bill;

         (ii) leave to continue remarks may not be sought by any Member, but a Member speaking when the allotted time for that category of business is completed has the right to be heard first when the debate is next called on.

     (d) SO 197 is to be read as applying at the adjournment of the House on that day.

     (e) all adjourned business presently on the Notice Paper shall be set down for a Wednesday in the order that they now appear on the Notice Paper provided that the business in paragraphs b (i) to (iii) shall be separated.

     (f) an amendment which is, in the Speaker's opinion, a direct negative of the question, may not be proposed.

     (g) Notices of Questions ordinarily handed in by 9.00 a.m. on Thursday must be handed to the Deputy Clerk by the adjournment of the House on the proceeding Wednesday, 22.


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.

  Appropriation (No. 24) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 68; recommended by Governor, 71; 2r debate, 74,82,83,85; motion for attendance of LC Ministers at Estimates Committees agreed to, 82; leave granted by LC, 91; 2r, 85; grievance debate, 85,87; referred to Estimates Committees and Committees appointed, 87-89; reports of Committees brought up and received, Minutes of Proceedings incorporated in Votes and Proceedings and motion that proposed expenditures be agreed to moved, 100; debate, 100,103,105; remainder of Bill agreed to and 3r, 105; returned by LC without amendment, 152; assent, 153. Act No. 85 of 1993.

  Children's Protection (Nos 6,41) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 18;  2r debate and 2r, 116; Ctee, 116-121, 129; reported with amendments and 3r, 129; returned by LC with amendments and amendments  disagreed to by HA, 159-161; amendments insisted on by LC, and disagreement insisted on and Conference requested by HA, 163; Conference granted by LC and time and place agreed to by HA, 163; Conference reported, 164,165; recommendations agreed to by LC and by HA, 165,166;  assent, 166. Act No. 93 of 1993.

  Classification of Films for Public Exhibition (Arrangements with  Commonwealth) Amendment (No. 27) - Received from LC and 1r, 74; 2r moved, 82;  2r debate, 2r and 3r, 148; assent, 153. Act No. 83 of 1993.

  Classification of Publications (Arrangements with Commonwealth) Amendment (No. 30) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 82;  2r debate, 87,148; 2r and 3r, 148; assent, 153. Act No. 84 of 1993.

  Community Welfare (Children) Amendment (No. 31) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 86; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 129; returned by LC without amendment, 162; assent, 167. Act No. 95 of 1993.

  Constitution (Electoral Districts Boundaries Commission) Amendment (No. 28) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 78; 2r debate and 2r, 95; Ctee, 95. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Correctional Services (Control of Prisoners' Spending) Amendment (No. 17) - (Restored in Legislative Council) - Returned by LC without amendment, 48; assent, 71. Act No. 65 of 1993.

  Crown Lands (Liability of the Crown) Amendment (No. 36) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 115. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Dentists (Clinical Dental Technicians) Amendment (No. 43) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 137. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Electricians, Plumbers and Gas Fitters Licensing (No. 12) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 30; 2r debate, 66,68; 2r, 68; Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 68,69. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Employment Agents Registration (No. 18) - (Restored in Legislative Council) - Returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 51; assent, 103. Act No. 69 of 1993.

  Environment Protection (Nos 2,14) - Recommended by Governor, 13; leave, 1r and 2r moved, 14; 2r debate and 2r, 34; Ctee, 34,42,43; reported with amendments and 3r, 43; returned by LC with amendments, 108-114; amendments agreed to without amendment, amendment agreed to with an amendment and amendments disagreed to by HA, 114,115; amendment not insisted on, amendment to an amendment agreed to and alternative amendment made in lieu of an amendment by LC, and alternative amendment agreed to by HA, 133; assent, 153. Act No. 76 of 1993.

  Environment Protection (Sea Dumping) (Consistency with Commonwealth Act) Amendment (No. 15) - Received from LC and 1r, 43; 2r moved, 47; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 132; assent, 153. Act No. 74 of 1993.

  Fisheries (Gulf St. Vincent Prawn Fishery Rationalization) (Charges on Licences) Amendment (No. 9) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 26; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 131. Negatived in LC.

  Fisheries (R & D Fund and Other) Amendment (No. 8) - (see entry below) - Amendment not insisted on by LC, 162; assent, 166. Act No. 89 of 1993.

  Fisheries (Research and Development Fund ) Amendment (No. 8) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 26; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 51,52; returned by LC with amendments, and amendments agreed to without amendment and amendment disagreed to by HA, 138,139. Title changed by LC amendment - see entry above. 

  Gaming Machines (Service Licences) Amendment (No. 45) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 141,142. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Holidays (Proclamation Day and Australia Day) Amendment (Nos 22,44) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 65; 2r debate, 2r, instruction to Ctee, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 137. Title changed - see next entry.

  Holidays (Proclamation Day, Australia Day and Bank Holidays) (No. 44) - (see entry above) - Returned by LC without amendment, 162; assent, 166. Act No. 88 of 1993.

  Irrigation (No. 37) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 115. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Land Tax (Rates) Amendment (No. 25) - SO suspended, 68; leave, 1r and 2r moved, 68; recommended by Governor, 71; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 115,116; returned by LC without amendment, 145; assent, 153. Act No. 77 of 1993.

  Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment (No. 49) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 145. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Local Government (Voting at Meetings) Amendment (No. 11) - (Restored in Legislative Council) - Returned by LC without amendment, 27; assent, 71. Act No. 66 of 1993.

  Motor Vehicles (Driving Whilst Disqualified - Penalties) Amendment (No. 13) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 41; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 131;  assent, 153. Act No. 73 of 1993.


Bills - continued -

  Murray-Darling Basin (No. 10) - (Restored in Legislative Council) - Returned by LC without amendment, 27; assent, 72. Act No. 67 of 1993.

  Mutual Recognition (South Australia) (No. 5) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 18; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 45,46; returned by LC with amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 91,92; assent, 104.  Act No. 72 of 1993.

  Parks Community Centre (Repeal and Vesting) (No. 21) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 61; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 147,148; returned by LC without amendment, 163; assent, 166. Act No. 91 of 1993.

  Petroleum (Pipeline Licences) Amendment (No. 34) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 103; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 137; returned by LC without amendment, 150; assent, 153. Act No. 82 of 1993.

  Prince Alfred Shipwrecked Mariners Fund (Transfer and Revocation of Trusts) (No. 52) - Received from LC, 1r, 2r moved, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 151,152; assent, 153. Act No. 80 of 1993.

  Residential Tenancies (Housing Trust) Amendment (No. 51) - Received from LC, 1r, 2r moved, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 150,151;  assent, 153. Act No. 78 of 1993.

  Road Traffic (Breath Analysis) Amendment (No. 29) - Received from LC, 1r and 2r moved, 82;  2r debate, 2r and 3r, 138; assent, 154. Act No. 86 of 1993.

  Road Traffic (Drink Driving Penalties) Amendment (No. 38) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 123,124; 2r debate, 142. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  South Australian Film Corporation (Administration) Amendment (No. 48) - Received from LC and 1r, 145; 2r moved, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 151; assent, 153. Act No. 79 of 1993.

  South Australian Health Commission (Medicare Principles) Amendment (No. 33) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 87; 2r debate, 146,147; 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 147. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Southern Power and Water (No. 3) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 14; recommended by Governor, 17; 2r debate, 47,52; 2r, 52; motion to refer to Select Committee negatived, 53; Ctee, 53,54,61; 3r,61,62. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Stamp Duties (Refinancing of Loans) Amendment (No. 19) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 57,58; 2r debate, 96, 124;2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r negatived, 124,125. Negatived in HA.

  State Disaster (Major Emergencies and Recovery) Amendment - Recommended by Governor, 135. Not introduced.

  State Bank of South Australia (Preparation for Restructuring) Amendment (No. 7) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 26; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 50; returned by LC with  amendments and amendments agreed to without amendment by HA, 90,91. Title changed by LC amendment - see next entry.

  State Bank of South Australia (Investigator's Records and Preparation for Restructuring) Amendment (No. 7) - (see entry above) - Assent, 104. Act No. 70 of 1993.

  State Lotteries (Instant Lotteries) Amendment (No. 35) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 103; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 138; returned by LC without amendment, 162; assent, 166. Act No. 90 of 1993.

  Statutes Amendment (Abolition of Compulsory Retirement) (No. 16) - Received from LC and 1r, 47; 2r moved, 50; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 131;  assent, 153. Act No. 75 of 1993.

  Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General's Portfolio No.2) (No. 53) - Received from LC and 1r, 162; 2r moved, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 164; assent, 166. Act No. 92 of 1993.

  Statutes Amendment (Landlord and Tenant) (No. 50) - Received from LC, 1r, 2r moved, SO suspended, 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported without amendment and 3r, 150;  assent, 153. Act No. 81 of 1993.

  Statutes Amendment (Offences by Inspectors and Other Officers) (No. 47) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 142. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Power and Water) (Nos 4,23) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 14;  2r debate and 2r, 65; SO 364 suspended, 65; Ctee, reported with an amendment and amended title, and 3r, 65,66. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Statutes Amendment (Superannuation) (No. 39) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 128,129. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Statutes Repeal and Amendment (Children's Protection and Young Offenders) (No. 32) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 86; 2r debate, 2r and 3r, 129,130; returned by LC without amendment, 162; assent, 167. Act No. 94 of 1993.

  Statutes Repeal and Amendment (Places of Public Entertainment) (Nos 20,42) - Received from LC and 1r, 60; 2r moved, 68; 2r debate, 2r, Ctee, reported with amendments and 3r, 132; amendments agreed to without amendment by LC, 145; assent, 153. Act No. 87 of 1993.

  Statutes Repeal (Obsolete Agricultural Acts) (No. 40) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 129. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Stock (Sheep Dipping) Amendment (No. 46) - Leave, 1r and 2r moved, 142. Lapsed owing to prorogation.

  Supply (No.2) (No. 1) - Recommended by Governor, 2; leave, 1r and 2r moved, 13; 2r debate and 2r, 27; grievance debate, 27,29,30; 3r, 30; returned by LC without amendment, 69; assent, 103. Act No. 68 of 1993.

  Tobacco Products Control (Miscellaneous) Amendment (No. 26) - (Restored in Legislative Council) - returned by LC without amendment, 26; assent, 104. Act No. 71 of 1993.

Divisions -

  Children's Protection Bill -

   Amendment be agreed to, 118, 119.

   In Committee, 117, 161.

  Electrician, Plumbers and Gas Fitters Licensing Bill - Third reading, 68.

  Federal Budget - Motion re -

   Amendment be agreed to, 39.

   Amendment to amendment be agreed to, 38.

   Motion as amended be agreed to, 39.

  Fisheries (Research and Development Fund) Amendment Bill - Third reading, 52.

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

 

Divisions - continued -

  Mitcham Hills Roads - Motion re, 97.

  Mutual Recognition (South Australia) Bill - In Committee, 46.

  Police Resources Mitcham Hills - Motion re, 128

  Southern Power and Water Bill -

   Contingent Notice of Motion, 53.

   In Committee, 54.

   Third reading, 62.

  Speaker's decision - Motion for disagreement, 157.

  Stamp Duties (Refinancing of Loans) Amendment Bill, Third reading, 124.

  Statutes Amendment and Repeal (Power and Water) Bill - Third reading, 65.

  Summary Offences Act - Regulations - Traffic Expiation Fees - Motion for disallowance, 143.

Messages from the Governor -

  No. 1 - Supply Bill (No. 2) - Recommending, 2.

  No. 2 - Environment Protection Bill - Recommending, 13.

  No. 3 - Southern Power and Water Bill - Recommending, 17.

  No. 4 - Land Tax (Rates) Amendment Bill - Recommending, 71.

  No. 5 - Appropriation Bill - Recommending, 71.

  No. 6 - Assent to Bills - notifying, 71.

  No. 7 - Assent to Bills - notifying, 103.

  No. 8 - State Disaster (Major Emergencies and Recovery) Amendment Bill - Recommending, 135.

  No. 9 - Assent to Bills - notifying, 153.

Messages from the Legislative Council -

  No. 1 - Standing Orders Committees, notification of appointment, 18.

  No. 2 - Printing Committee, notification of appointment, 18.

  No. 3 - Murray-Darling Basin Bill, returning without amendment, 27.

  No. 4 - Local Government (Voting at Meetings) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 27.

  No. 5 - Motor Vehicles (Driving Whilst Disqualified - Penalties) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 41.

  No. 6 - Environment Protection (Sea Dumping) (Consistency with Commonwealth Act) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 43.

  No. 7 - Statutes Amendment (Abolition of Compulsory Retirement) Bill, transmitting, 47.

  No. 8 - Correctional Services (Control of Prisoner's Spending) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 48.

  No. 9 - Employment Agents Registration Bill, returning with amendments, 51.

  No. 10 - Statutes Repeal and Amendment (Places of Public Entertainment) Bill, transmitting, 60.

  No. 11 - Tobacco Products Control (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 68.

  No. 12 - Supply Bill (No. 2), returning without amendment, 69.

  No. 13 - Pensioner Investment - Motion re, transmitting, 74.

  No. 14 - Classification of Film for Public Exhibition (Arrangements with Commonwealth) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 74.

  No. 15 - Road Traffic (Breath Analysis) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 82.

  No. 16 - Classification of Publications (Arrangements with Commonwealth) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 82.

  No. 17 - State Bank of South Australia (Preparation for Restructuring) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 90.

  No. 18 - Estimates Committees - Leave for Legislative Council Ministers to attend, if they think fit, 91.

  No. 19 - Mutual Recognition (South Australia) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 91.

  No. 20 - Joint Parliamentary Service Committee - appointment of alternative Member, 105.

  No. 21 - Environment Protection Bill, returning with amendments, 109.

  No. 22 - Environment Protection Bill, not insisting on amendment, agreeing to amendment and suggesting alternative amendment, 133 .

  No. 23 - Fisheries (Research and Development Fund) Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 138.

  No. 24 - South Australian Film Corporation (Administration) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 145.

  No. 25 - Land Tax (Rates) Amendment Bill, returning without amendments,  145.

  No. 26 - Statutes Repeal and Amendment (Places of Public Entertainment) Bill, returning without amendment, 145.

  No. 27 - Statutes Amendment (Landlord and Tenant) Bill, transmitting, 150.

  No. 28 - Petroleum (Pipeline Licences) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 150.

  No. 29 - Residential Tenancies (Housing Trust) Amendment Bill, transmitting, 150.

  No. 30 - Prince Alfred Shipwrecked Mariners Fund (Transfer and Revocation Trusts) Bill, transmitting, 151.

  No. 31 - Appropriation Bill, returning without amendment, 152.

  No. 32 - Children's Protection Bill,  returning with amendments, 159.

  No. 33 - Statutes Repeal and Amendment (Children's Protection and Young Offenders) Bill, returning without amendments, 162.

  No. 34 - Community Welfare (Children) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 162.

  No. 35 - Fisheries (R & D Fund and Other) Amendment Bill, not insisting on amendment, 162.

  No. 36 - Statutes Amendment (Attorney-General's Portfolio No. 2) Bill, transmitting, 162.

  No. 37 - Holidays (Proclamation Day, Australia Day and Bank Holidays) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 162.

  No. 38 - State Lotteries (Instant Lotteries) Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 162.

  No. 39 - Parks Community Centre (Repeal and Vesting) Bill, returning without amendment, 163.

  No. 40 - Children's Protection Bill, insisting on amendments, 163.

  No. 41 - Children's Protection Bill, agreeing to Conference, 163.

  No. 42 - Children's Protection Bill, agreeing to recommendations from Conference, 165.

  No. 43 - Palliative Care - Motion re, agreeing to Resolution, 166.

Motions -

  Adelaide Central Mission Lifeline - Motion re, 79; agreed to, 99.

  Adelaide Crows - Motion re, 79; amendment moved, 79; agreed to, 79.

  Allegations re Member for Hanson - Motion re, 80.

  Alice Springs to Darwin Railway Line - Motion re, 97.

  ANZAC's - Motion re, 127; agreed to, 127.

  Australian Cycling Team - Motion re, 80; agreed to, 99.

  Australian Formula One Grand Prix Board - Engagement of Artists - Motion re, 80

  Australian National Railway Corporation - Motion re, 80.

  Australian Women's Netball Team - Motion re, 60; agreed to, 60.

  Australian Women's Under 21 Basketball - Motion re, 59, agreed to, 59.

  Bosnia Aid - Motion re, 144.

  District Court Act - Regulations - Court and Transcript Fees - Motion for disallowance, 125.

  Economic and Finance Committee, Seventh Report - Motion to note, 79, 96; agreed to, 126.

  Enterprise Zones - Motion re, 60.

  Environmental Management Plan - Coorong Region - Motion re, 81.

  Environment, Resources and Development Committee -

   Fifth Report - Motion to note, 40; agreed to, 40.

   Motion to note Report, 126, 144.

  Estimates Committees - Motion for attendance of Legislative Council Ministers, 82.

  Federal Budget - Motion re, 37.

  Firearms Act - General Regulations - Motion for disallowance, 96, 126, 143.

  Firearms Act - Regulations - Motion for disallowance, 126.

  Government Assets, Sale of - Motion re, 26.

  Government Economic Management - Motion re, 58, 97, 144.

  Government Management and Employment Act - Various Regulations - Motion for disallowance, 40.

  Government Management Board Report on SAFA - Motion re, 41.

  HMAS Encounter - Motion re, 144; amendment moved, 144; agreed to, 144.

  Isolated Children, Financial Assistance, 97.

  Leader of the Opposition's Statement - Motion re, 26, 41, 81.

  Legislative Review Committee - Report - Motion to note, 142; agreed to, 142.

  Magistrates Court Act - Court and Transcript Fees - Motion for disallowance, 126.

  Meals on Wheels - Motion re, 59; agreed to, 81.

  Mitcham Hills Road - Motion re, 58; negatived, 97.

  Mouse Plague - Motion re, 59.

  Operation Hygiene - Motion re, 97, 144; amendment moved, 145; agreed to, 145.

  Palliative Care - Motion re, 161, 163, 164; amendment moved, 164; agreed to, 164.

  Pensioner Investment - Motion re, 99.

  Petroleum Product Prices - Motion re, 80.

  Police Resources, Mitcham Hills - Motion re, 26; negatived, 128.

  Post Adoption Services - Motion re, 60.

  Recycling Programs - Motion re, 41, 99.

  Regulations under Magistrates Court Act 1991 - Motion for disallowance, 78.

  Rural Councillors - Motion re, 127; agreed to, 127.

  Rural Sector Restoration - Motion re, 41; amendment moved, 99.

  Sale of Government Assets - Motion re, 81, amendment moved, 82.

  Social Development Committee - Third Report - Motion to note, 142; agreed to, 142.

  Social Security Income Test - Value of Shares - Motion re, 81; agreed to, 81.

  Speed Cameras Code of Practice - Motion re, 58, 127.

  State Bank and Government Asset Management Division Operations - Motion re, 58, 97.

  Summary Offences Act - Regulations - Traffic Expiation Fees - Motion for disallowance, 96, 126; negatived, 143.

  Supreme Court Act - Regulations - Court Transcript Fees - Motion for disallowance, 96, 126; negatived, 143.

  Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Bid - Motion re, 127; agreed to, 127.

  Vehicles used in SACE Driver Education Courses - Motion re, 97.

  Yates, Mr Bruce - Motion re, 97.

  Thebarton Women's Service Association - Motion re, 59; agreed to, 128.

  World Heritage Listing for Lake Eyre region - Motion re, 79; amendment moved, 98.

Papers -                                                                   PAPER        

                                                                    NUMBER              

  Aboriginal Affairs, State, Department of - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Adelaide Casino, Inquiry into Matters Relating to the Establishment and Operation of the-

   Report, September 1993, Vols I & II (94)

  Adelaide Festival Centre Trust - Report, 1992-93 (94)              84

  Ageing, Office of the Commissioner for the - Report, 1992-93 (157) 144

  Art Gallery of South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (94)              41

  Arts and Cultural Heritage, Department of - Report, 1992-93 (94)   105

  Attorney-General's Department - Report, 1992-93 (155)              151

 

Papers - continued -

  Auditor-General- An Investigation into the State Bank of South Australia- Second Report (3)   200A

  Auditor-General- Report, 1992-93, Vols I & II (78)                 4     

  Australian Fisheries Council- Resolutions of 22nd Meeting (7)

  Australian Financial Institutions Commission- Report, 1992-93 (136)

  Australian Formula One Grand Prix Board - Report, 1992 (67)        45

  Australian Formula One Grand Prix Office Submission to Federal Minister of Health, July 1993 (22)

  Bookmakers Licensing Board - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Botanic Gardens of Adelaide and State Herbarium - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Business and Regional Development, Office of- Report, 1992-93 (136)       169

  Casino Supervisory Authority - Report, 1992-93 (155)

  Charitable Funds, Commissioners of -Report 1991-92 (7)             86

  Children's Court Advisory Committee - Report, 1992-93 (155)        27

  Chiropractors Board of South Australia- Report, 1992-93 (149)      145

  Citizen's Charter  Office- Draft Guidelines (136)

  Commission, Royal- into the State Bank of South Australia - Final Report (72)

  Committees-

   Economic and Finance-

     Seventh Report- Inquiry into the use of External Consultants by Government Departments

       and Statutory Authorities (3)                                 190   

     Eighth Report- Inquiry into Executive Structures and Salaries in the South Australian

       Public Sector (104)                                                 

     Ninth Report- Economic and Financial Aspects of the Operations of the MFP

       Development  Corporation for the year ending 30 June 1993 (132)      179                       

   Environment, Resources and Development-

     Fifth Report- Annual Report, February 1992-June 1993 (7)       170   

     Sixth Report - Hindmarsh Island Bridge Inquiry - Interim Report (57)  173                 

     Seventh Report- Hindmarsh Island Bridge Inquiry- Final Report (86)    175          

     Eighth Report - Environmental, Resources, Planning, Land Use and  Development

       Aspects of the MFP Development Corporation for 1992-93 (157)  182

     Ninth Report - Port Macdonnell Breakwater and Boat Harbour (157)      183

     Response to Fourth Report by the Minister of Housing, Urban Development and Local

       Government Relations (86)

   Estimates Committee A-

     Report, 1993 (100)

     Minutes of Proceedings, 1993 (100)

   Estimates Committee B-

     Report, 1993 (100)

     Minutes of Proceedings, 1993 (100)

   Legislative Review-

     Inquiry into Matters Pertinent to South Australians being able to Obtain Adequate,

       Appropriate and Affordable Justice in and through the Courts System-

         Final Report (125)                                          178   

     Reports, Regulations, First to Tenth, 1993(10) (13, 25 (2), 37, 67, 77 (2), 104 141)      

   Legislative Review (continued)

     Minutes of Evidence-

       Firearms Act- Regulations- General (3) (17, 29)                                                       

       Corporation of Thebarton By-law No.8- Cats (86)

   Printing- First Report, 1993 (149)

   Select-

     Primary and Secondary Education- Interim Report                174   

   Social Development-

       Second Report- Ministerial responses to the Report of the Social Development Committee

       on the Social Implications of Population Change in South Australia (3)            172

     Third Report- The Risk of HIV Transmission in Health Care and Other Settings and the Rights

       of Infected and Non-Infected Persons (125)                    177   

  Construction Industry Long Service Leave Board-

   Estimate of  Liabilities, 1992-93 (108)

   Report, 1992-93 (108)                                                                 129   

  Co-operative Housing Authority, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (155)

  Corporation By-laws-

   Enfield-

     No.1-Traffic (108)

     No.2- Load  Limit (108)

     No.3- Streets and Public Places (108)

     No.4- Waste Management (108)

     No.5- Flammable Undergrowth (108)

 

Papers - Corportion By-laws - continued -

     No.6- Caravans, Vehicles and  Tents (108)

     No.7- Parklands (108)

     No.8- Animals and Birds (108)

     No.9- Bees (108)

     No.10- Dogs (108)

     No.11- Permits and Penalties (108)

     No.12- Moveable Signs (108)

     No.13- Repeal of By-laws (108)

   Glenelg- No. 20-Moveable Signboards (4)

   Happy Valley-

     No.1-Permits and Penalties (4)

     No.2-Council Land (4)

     No.3-Caravans and Camping (4)

     No.4-Inflammable Undergrowth (4)

     No.6-Bees (4)

     No.7-Dogs (4)

     No.8-Animals and Birds (4)

     No.9-Moveable Signs (94)

   Kensington and Norwood-

     No.1- Repeal of By-laws (4)

     No.2- Bees (4)

     No.3- Height of Fences (4)

     No.4- Traffic (4)

     No.5- Prohibition of Traffic (4)

     No.6- Dogs (4)

     No.7- Streets and Footways (4)

     No.8- Tents (4)

     No.9- Lodging Houses (4)

     No.10- Animals (4)

     No.11- Poultry (4)

     No.12- Street Traders (4)

     No.13- Inflammable Undergrowth (4)

   Mitcham-

     No.1- Permits and Penalties (4)

     No.10- Moveable Signs (4)

   Murray Bridge-

     No.1- Permits and Penalties (73)

     No.2- Streets and Public Places (73)

     No.3- Taxis (73)

     No.4- Garbage Removal (73)

     No.5- Inflammable Undergrowth (73)

     No.7- Caravans and Camping (73)

     No.8- Dogs (73)

     No.9- Animals and Birds (73)

     No.10- Insects (73)

     No.12- Public Conveniences (73)

   Noarlunga- No. 17- Boat Ramps (21)

   Port Lincoln- No.26- Bathing and Controlling the Foreshore (104)

   Renmark- No.3- Poultry (33)

   Thebarton-

     No.2- Streets and Public Places (72)

     No.3- Garbage Removal (72)

     No.4- Parklands (72)

     No.5- Caravans and Camping (72)

     No.6- Inflammable Undergrowth (72)

     No.7- Animals and Birds (72)

     No.8- Cats (72)

     No.9- Dogs (72)

     No.10- Bees (72)

   Whyalla-

     No.1-Permits and Penalties (94)

     No.2-Foreshore Area (94)

  Country Fire Service- Report, 1992-93 (108)                        130

  Court Services Department- Report, 1992-93 (136)                   147

  Dental Board of South Australia- Report, 1992-93 (108)             79

  Disability Services Implementation Steering Committee, The - Report, June 1993

 

Papers - continued -

  Disciplinary Appeals Tribunal- Report, 1992-93 (34)

  District Council By-laws-

   Angaston-

     No.1- Permits and Penalties (155)

     No.2- Street Hawkers and Traders (155)

     No.3- Bees (155)

     No.4- Animals and Birds (155)

     No.5- Garbage Removal (155)

     No.6- Dogs (155)

     No.7- Repeal of By-laws (155)

   Beachport- No.5- Dogs (4)

   Crystal Brook - Redhill-

     No.1- Permits and Penalties (21)

     No.3- Vehicle Movement (21)

     No.10- Repeal and Renumbering of By-laws (21)

   East Torrens- No.3- Bees (4)

   Hallett-

     No.1- Permits and Penalties (5)

     No.2- Streets and Roads (5)

     No.3- Animals and Birds (5)

     No.4- Bees (5)

   Karoonda East Murray-

     No.1- Permits and Penalties (22)

     No.2- Streets and Public Places (22)

     No.3- Animals and Birds (22)

     No.4- Dogs (22)

     No.5- Bees (22)

   Light-

     No.1- Permits, Penalties and Fees (155)

     No.2-Street Hawkers and Traders (155)

     No.3-Bees (155)

     No.4-Animals and Birds (155)

     No.5-Garbage Removal (155)

     No.6-Dogs (155)

     No.7-Repeal of By-laws (155)

   Mallala- No.2- Streets and Public Places (Amendment) (5)

   Mannum- No.2-Streets (Amendment) (94)

   Millicent-

     No.2- Moveable Signs (49)

     No.8-Dogs (94)

     No.10- Foreshore (5)

   Paringa- No.33- Lock 5 Marina (104)

   Port Elliot and Goolwa- No.6- Sted Scheme (22)

   Port MacDonnell- No.2-Council Land (Amendment) (94)

   Stirling- No. 38- Animals and Birds (5)

   Tanunda-

     No.1- Permits, Penalties and Fees (136)

     No.2- Street Hawkers and Traders (136)

     No.3- Bees (136)

     No.4- Animals and Birds (136)

     No.5- Garbage Removal (136)

     No.6- Dogs (136)

     No.7- Repeal of By-laws (136)

   Yorketown- No.10- Moveable Signs (73)

  Economic Development Action Plan- Regaining Prosperity (6)

  Economic Development Authority- Report, 1992-93 (136)              115

  Egg Board, South Australian-

   Report, 1990-91 (7)

   Report, 1991-May 1992 (7)

  Electricity Trust of South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Engineering and Water Supply Department- Report, 1992-93 (136)     35

  Enterprise Investments Limited - Financial Statements, 1992-93 (67)

  Enterprise Investments Trust - Financial Statements, 1992-93 (67)

  Enterprise Securities Limited - Financial Statements, 1992-93 (67)

  Environment and Land Management, Department of - Report, 1992-93 (156)    92

  ETSA/EWS Merger Strategic Savings Potential (6)

 

Papers - continued -

  Film Corporation, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (156)         80

  Finance-

   Budget and its Impact on Women, The, 1993-94 (67)                81    

   Budget and the Social Justice Strategy, The, 1993-94 (67)        30    

   Capital Works Program, 1993-94 (67)                              83    

   Economic Conditions and The Budget, 1993-94 (67)                 11    

   Estimates of Payments and Receipts, 1993-94 (67)                 9     

   Financial Statement, 1993-94 (67)                                18    

  Food Act 1985- Report on the Operation of, 1992-93 (149)

  Foundation SA - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Friendly Societies Act-

   Friendly Societies Medical Association Inc. - General  Laws

   Mutual Community Friendly Society- General Laws-

     Mutual Community Friendly Society(2) (3,155)

  Gaming Machines Act  1992 - Report on the Operations of, 1992-93 (155)   

  Government Financing Authority, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (67)   48

  Governor's Speech                                                                             1     

  Greyhound Racing Board - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Group Asset Management Authority - Report, 1992-93 (67)

  Group Asset Management - Review, 1992-93 (155)

  Harness Racing Board - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Health Commission, South Australian- Report, 1992-93 (149)         121

  Highways Act- Lease of Department of Road Transport Properties, 1992-93 (73)

  History Trust of South Australia- Report, 1992-93 (108)            118

  HomeStart Finance- Report, 1992-93 (149)

  Housing Trust, South Australian- Financial and Statutory Reports, 1992-93 (85)         42

  Industrial Court and Commission of South Australia- Report, 1992-93 (73)  86

  Intergovernmental Agreement on the Environment- May, 1992

  Joint Parliamentary Service Committee- Report, 1992-93 (107)

  Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal- Report to the Attorney-General and Chief Justice,

   1992-93 (136)

  Legal Services Commission of South Australia- Report, 1992-93 (136)       136

  Legislative Council Vacancy- Minutes of the Assembly of Members of the

   two Houses, 3 August 1993 (3)                                    20

  Libraries Board of South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (156)         54

  Listening Devices Act 1972- Report on the Operation of, 1992-93 (149)

  Local Government Act- Memorandum of Lease- 'Jolley's Boathouse' (72)

  Local Government Constitution Bill, Draft (155)

  Local Government Finance Authority of South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (94)           43

  Local Government Superannuation Board - Report, 1992-93 (94)

  Lotteries Commission, Auditor General's Report on- Crown Solicitor's Report, July 1993 (21)

  Lotteries Commission of South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (67)     32

  Loxton Hospital Complex- By-laws- General (7)                     

  Mabo Judgement, Commonwealth Response to High Court- Statement by the

   Prime Minister, 18 October, 1993 (136)

  Mabo v Queensland- Likely Impact in South Australia- December, 1992 (77)

  Mabo v Queensland- Supplement to Working Party Report- March, 1993 (77)

  Marine and Harbors, Department of - Report, 1992-93 (95)           24                                                                                                          

  Meat Corporation, South Australian- Triennial Review, 1989-90 to 1991-92 (7)           59

  Medical Board of South Australia- Report, 1992-93 (108)

  Medical and Veterinary Science, Institute of - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Meeting the Challenge - Progress Report, August 1993 (67)

  Meeting the Social Challenge- October, 1993 (149)

  Member Interests, Register of, House of Assembly - Statement, June 1993 (93)           133   

  Metropolitan Fire Service- Report, 1992-93 (108)                   40

  Metropolitan Milk Board - Report, 1992-93 (157)                   

  Metropolitan Taxi-Cab Board - Report, 1992-93 (95)                 12

  MFP Development Corporation- Report, 1992-93 (135)                 168

  Ministerial Statement-

   Public Corporations Act Implementation (136)

   Public Sector Reform Agenda (136)

   Reform of Statutory Bodies (136)

  Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs, South Australian, and Office of Multicultural and

   Ethnic Affairs - Report, 1992-93 (155)                           29

  Murray Darling Basin Commission- Report, 1991-92 (6)

  Museum Board, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (94)              8

 

Papers - continued -

  Noarlunga Health Services- By-laws- General (7)

  National Road  Transport Commission - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Ombudsman- Report, 1992-93 (132)                                   76

  Parliamentary Superannuation Scheme - Report, 1992-93 (94)

  Pharmacy Board of South Australia- Report, 1992-93 (149)

  Pipelines Authority of South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (95)      68

  Planning Act-

   Administration of, by the South Australian Planning Commission and the

     Advisory Committee on  Planning - Report, 1991-92 (3)

    Crown Development Report -

     Land Division-

       Craigburn (3)

       Hundred of Coneybeer (21)

     Development Proposal-

       Adelaide and Noarlunga, Hundreds of (94)

       Marine and Harbors, Department of (86)

       Victor Harbor Primary School (155)

  Planning and Urban Development Board, Office of- Report, 1992-93 (136)

  Police, South Australian Commissioner of- Report, 1992-93 (123)    53

  Police Superannuation Board - Report, 1992-93 (155)

  Premier and Cabinet, Department of - Report, 1992-93 (154)         91

  Primary Industries South Australia - Report, 1992-93 (157)         149

  Promotion and Grievance Appeals Tribunal- Report, 1992-93 (108)

  Psychological Board, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Public Employment, Commissioner for - Report, 1992-93 (156)        114

  Public Parks Act- Reports re disposal of land at-

   Fern Avenue, Fullarton (3)

   Leicester Street, Parkside (3)

   Killicoat Street, Unley  (3)

  Public Prosecutions, Director of - Report, 1992-93 (155)           167

  Public Sector Employees Superannuation Scheme Board - Report, 1992-93 (67)

  Public Sector Reform, Office of, and Government Management Board - Report, 1992-93 (156)      166

  Public Trustee - Draft Citizen's Charter (136)

  Racecourses Development Board - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Racing Act- Rules-

   Bookmakers Licensing Board -On-course Telephone Betting (5)

   Greyhound Racing- Officials and Definitions (5)

   Harness Racing Board -

     Artificial Insemination -

       Semen Extenders (156)

       Transportation of Semen (156)

     Board Membership Numbers (5)

     Handicapping (5)

     Offences- Use of Whip (156)

     Wet Weather Meetings (5)

     Totalisator Betting- On-course Betting (5)

  Radiation Protection and Control Act 1982- Report on the Administration of, 1992-93 (149)

  Recreation and Sport, Department of- Report, 1991-92 (40)          117

  Regulations under Acts-

   Apiaries- Registration Fees (157)

   Associations Incorporations -Associations -Various (4)

   Barley Marketing -Election of Australian Barley Board (7)

   Beverage Container -

     Glass Containers -Exemptions (5)

     Plastic Milk Containers (156)

   Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration -

     Additional Information (34)

     Fees and Charges (5)

   Boating- Speed Controls (Balgowan) (95)

   Boilers and Pressure Vessels -

     Administrative Control (6)

     Fees (6)

   Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium-

     General (5)

     Parking Offences

   Builders Licensing -Fees and Charges (5)

 

Papers - Regulations under Acts - continued -

   Building -Various (4)

   Business Names -Fees (4)

   City of Adelaide Development Control -Heritage Items - Register (4)

   Classification of Publications -Exemptions (4)

   Classification of Theatrical Performances- Classification Fee- Restricted (49)

   Clean Air  -

     Burning of Refuse -Campbelltown (7)

     Domestic Burning (5)

   Commercial and Private Agents -Fees and Charges (5)

   Commercial Tribunal -

     Constitution (5)

     Fees and Charges (5)

   Construction Industry Long Service Leave- Corresponding Law- Queensland (73)

   Construction Industry Training Fund- Various (22)

   Consumer Credit -Fees and Charges (5)

   Consumer Transactions -Fees and Charges (5)

   Controlled Substances -

     Distribution of Syringes/Needles (7)

     Drugs of Dependence (7)

   Co-operatives -Fees (4)

   Correctional Services - Northfield Complex- Admittance Times (6)

   Courts Administration -Contractual Liability -Participating Courts (4)

   Cremation -Fees and Charges (5)

   Criminal Injuries Compensation -

     Commencement (49)

     Crown Solicitor Notification (33)

   Criminal  Law (Sentencing) -Court Fees (4)

   Dairy Industry -Licences (7)

   Dangerous Substances -

     Director -Department of Lands (6)

     Fees (6)

   Daylight Savings- South Australian Summer Time, 1993-94 (73)

   Debits Tax- Federal Institutions Duty -Exemptions (3)

   Development- Various (155)

   District Court -Court and  Transcript Fees (4)

   Drugs -Fees, Licences and Permits (7)

   Education- Dress Codes (149)

   Electoral -Procedures and Forms (4)

   Electrical Products- Safety Criteria (156)

   Electricity Trust of South Australia- Bushfire Risk Areas- Clearances (95)

   Environment, Resources and Development Court - Fees (155)

   Explosives -

     Administrative Control (6)

     Fees (6)

   Fair Trading -

     Fees and Charges (5)

     Trade Measurement (94)

   Fees Regulation -Places of Public Entertainment -Fees and Charges (5)

   Financial Institutions Duty -

     Benefit Exemptions

     Non-dutiable Credits (3)

     Offshore Banking Units/Treasury Products (3)

   Firearms -General (5)

   Fisheries -

     Abalone -Licence Fees (7)

     Fish Processors Registration Fee (7)

     General -Expiable Offences (7)

     Lakes and Coorong Fishery -Licence Fee (7)

     Marine Scalefish Fisheries -Licence Fees (7)

     Miscellaneous Fishery -Licence Fees (7)

     Prawn Fisheries -Licence Fees (7)

     River Fishery -Licence Fees (7)

     Rock Lobster Fisheries -Licence Fees (7)

     Transfer Provisions -Marine Scalefish Fishery (7)

   Food- Unwrapped or Unpacked Food (157)

   Gaming Machines -Exemptions to Exhibit (3)

 

Papers - Regulations under Acts - continued -

   Goods Securities -Fees and Charges (5)

   Government Management and Employment  -

     Promotion Appeals Level (73)

     Various (6)

     Various- Remade (95)

   Harbors-

     Commercial Pricing Policy Review (156)

     Port River Speed Restrictions-Submarine Corporation (95)

     Speed Limit Exemptions-Port Adelaide River (95)

   Heritage- Fees (156)

   Industrial and Commercial Training- Trade Assistants, Labourers and Others (73)

   Land Agents, Brokers and Valuers -Fees and Charges (5)

   Landlord and Tenant -Commercial Tenancies -Fees and Charges (5)

   Legal Practitioners- Indemnity Insurance Scheme (136)

   Lifts and Cranes -

     Administrative Control (6)

     Fees (6)

   Liquor Licensing -

     Dry Areas -

       Brighton Beach (5)

       West Lakes Shore and Semaphore Park (5)

     Exemption of Therapeutic Goods (49)                           

   Local Government -

     Expiation Fees- Angle Parking (94)

     Parking -Amendments (94)

     Superannuation Board- Northern Territory (4)

   Local Government Finance Authority -Prescribed Bodies -Ardrossan and Districts and Central

     Eyre Peninsula Hospitals Inc. (4)

   Lottery and Gaming -

     Lottery Licences (155)

     Major Lotteries (3)

     Various (155)

   Magistrates Court -Court and Transcript Fees (4)

   Marine -Survey Fees (34)

   Medical Practitioners-

     Company Registration Fee (157)

     Qualifications for Specialists (157)

   Members of Parliament (Register of Interests) -Returns Forms (4)

   Mines and Works Inspection -Fees and Charges (3)

   Mining -Fees and Charges (3)

   Motor Vehicles -

     Accident Towing Roster Scheme Fees and Charges (6)

     Fees and Charges (6)

     Historic Vehicles Registration 156)

     National Points Demerit Scheme (108)

     Wheelchair Exemptions (6)

     Wrecked and Written-off Vehicles (6)

   National Parks and Wildlife- Camping and Entry Fees (73)

   Native Vegetation- Clearance Exemptions (156)

   Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare -

     Asbestos -Fees (6)

     Commercial Safety -Administrative Control (6)

     Construction Safety -

       Administrative Control (6)

       Fees (6)

     Industrial Safety -Administrative Control (6)

     Registration of Employers -Fees (6)

     Safe Handling of Pesticides -Administrative Control (6)

   Optometrists -Optometrists and Optical Dispensers -Reinstatement (7)

   Physiotherapists -Fees and Charges (7)

   Places of Public Entertainment -Fees and Charges (5)

   Planning -Development Control -Buildings (4)

   Police- Police Aides (49)

   Prevention of Cruelty to Animals- Model Codes of Practice (156)

   Public and Environmental Health -Notifiable Diseases -Report Fee (7)


Papers - Regulations under Act - continued -

   Real Property-

     Definitions (156)

     Transfer of Allotments (49)

   Road Traffic -

     Approved Photographic Detection Devices (22)

     Fees -Inspecting Primary Producers' Vehicles (6)

     Photographic Detection Devises (6)

   Second-hand Motor Vehicles -Fees and Charges (5)

   Sheriff's -Court Fees (4)

   South Australian Health Commission -

     Compensable and Non Medicare Fees (34)

     Compensable and Non Medicare Patient Fees (95)

     Fees Hospitals/Health Centres (7)

     Independent Living Centre-Audit (95)

     Prescribed Hospitals (73)

     Private Hospitals- City of Hindmarsh and Woodville (73)

     Surgically Implanted Prostheses Fees (157)

   South Australian Local Government Grants Commission -Outback Areas Trust (4)

   South Australian Museum- Revision and Consolidation (73)

   Stamp Duties- Exempted Businesses (155)

   Stock- Stock Tags (136)

   Strata Titles- Revocation of Schedules (156)

   Subordinate  Legislation- Postponement of Expiry (72)

   Summary Offences -

     Dangerous Articles- Variation (94)

     Traffic Expiation Fees (4)

   Summary Procedure- Industrial Offences Exemptions (107)

   Superannuation Act -

     Child, Adolescent and Family Health Service Employees Transfer to State Scheme (94)

     Prescribed Authorities - SAOFS, SAGASCO (94)

     State Scheme-

       Bordertown Hospital (3)

       Bordertown Hospital Amendment (94)

       Kingstown Soldier's Memorial Hospital (3)

       Kingstown Soldier's Memorial Hospital Amendment (94)

   Superannuation (Benefit Scheme) -

     Exemptions (3)

     MBH Fund Closure (94)

     SAHC- Visiting Medical Officers Fund (94)

   Supreme Court -

     Court and Transcript Fees (4)

     Court Fees -Probate (4)

   Trade Measurements -

     Fees and Charges (5)

     Measuring Instruments (94)

     Pre-packed Articles (94)

     Sale by Volume or Measurement (94)

     Weighbridges (94)

   Trade Measurements Administration - Fees and Charges- Various (94)

   Travel Agents -Fees and Charges (5)

   Urban Land Trust-

     Northfield Development Area (94)

     Tea  Tree Gully  Land (72)

   Valuation of Land -Fees (5)

   Veterinary Surgeons- Fees (157)

   Waste Management- Contribution by Licences (156)

   Wine Grapes Industry- Production Area (22)

   Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation -

     Agencies of the Crown (6)

     Claims and Registration -Review Officer (6)

     General -Recovery Rights/Exempt Employers (6)

     Reviews and Appeals -Schedules/Prescribed Forms (6)

  Riverland Cultural Trust- Report, 1991-92 (5)

  Republic Advisory Committee- Submission by the South Australian Government (85)

  Road Transport Commission, National - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Road Transport, Department of- Lease of properties, 1992-93, Highways Act

 

Papers - continued -

  Road Transport, Department of - Report, 1992-93 (95)               37

  Royal Commission (see Commission, Royal)

  Rules of Court-

   District Court -

     District Court Act 1991 -

       Caseflow Management (3)

       Various (94)

   Magistrates Court - Magistrates Court Act 1991 - Civil - Various (155)

   Supreme Court -

     Supreme Court  Act 1935-

       Admission Rules (155)

         Caseflow Management -ADR (3)

        Caseflow Management Amendment

         Commonwealth Compatibility, Service and Execution of Process Act (33)

       Corporations Rules (3)

       Corporations -Various (33)

       Criminal - Arraignment Day (155)

       Pleadings - Christmas Vacation (155)

       Recovery of Costs - Personal Injury (155)

     Industrial Tribunal

     Industrial Relations Act-

       Industrial Proceedings -Procedural Changes -

       Federal Services (6)

       General (6)

  SACON - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia- Report, Amended Appendix VIII (5)

  Soil Conservation Boards - Report, 1992-93 (157)

  South Australian-

   Co-operative Housing Authority  - Report, 1992-93 (155)

   Egg Board-

     Report, 1990-91 (7)

     Report, 1991-May 1992 (7)

   Film Corporation - Report, 1992-93 (156)                         80

   Government Financing Authority - Report, 1992-93 (67)            48

   Housing Trust- Financial and Statutory Reports, 1992-93 (85)     42

   Meat Corporation- Triennial Review, 1989-92 (7)                  59

   Museum Board - Report, 1992-93 (94)                              8

   Superannuation Board - Report, 1992-93 (67)                      67

   Superannuation Fund Investment Trust - Report, 1992-93 (67)

   Superannuation Scheme- Actuarial Report on, 1988-92 (3)

   Timber Corporation- Report, 1992-93 (136)                        135

   Urban Land Trust - Report, 1992-93 (94)                          58

  South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board- Report, 1992-93 (136)

  State Aboriginal Affairs, Department of - Report, 1992-93 (156)

  State Bank of South Australia -

   Annual Results 1993 - Key Indicators (67)

   Report, 1992-93 (136)

  State Bank of South Australia Royal Commission (see Commission, Royal) (72)

  State Clothing Corporation - Report, 1992-93 (95)                  120   

  State Electoral Department- Report, 1992-93 (136)                  148

  State Emergency Service- Report, 1992-93 (108)                     150

  State Government Insurance Commission - Report, 1992-93 (67)

  State Opera of South Australia- Report, 1992-93 (136)

  State Supply Board - Report, 1992-93 (95)                          99

  State Theatre Company - Report, 1992-93 (94)                       96    

  State Transport Authority- Report, 1992-93 (149)

  Summary Offences Act-  Road Block Establishment and Disaster Area Declarations-

   Returns, 20 January 1993 to 19 April 1993 (3)

  Superannuation Board, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (67)      67

  Superannuation Fund Investment Trust, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (67)

  Superannuation Scheme, South Australian- Actuarial Report on, 1988-92 (3)

  Supreme Court of South Australia, Judges of the - Report, 1992 (3)

  Timber Corporation, South Australian- Report, 1992-93 (136)        135

  Technology Development Corporation- Report, 1992-93                20

  Tertiary Education Act- Report on the Administration of, 1992-93 (108)

  Totalizator Agency Board - Report, 1992-93 (156)

 

Papers - continued -

  Transport Policy and Planning, Office of- Report, 1992-93 (149)

  Treasury of South Australia, The - Report, 1992-93 (67)            146

  University of Adelaide -

   Report, 1992 (95)

   Statutes (156)

  University of South Australia -Review, 1992 (5)

  Urban Land Trust, South Australian - Report, 1992-93 (94)          58

  West Beach Trust - Report, 1992-93 (155)                           158

  Workers' Compensation Review Panel- Report, 1992-93 (136)

  Youth Statement, 1993 (156)

Petitions -

  Aberfoyle Park Police Station - No.29 and 78 (72, 154)

  Aldinga Beach Police Station - No.36 (77)

  Barossa Valley Region Supplementary Development Plan - No.23 and 32 (66, 77)

  Blackwood Police Station - No. 64 (148)

  Brighton and Glenelg Open Space and Community Centre - No.20 (49)

  Capital Punishment, Reintroduction - Nos 3, 11, 12, 24 ,25, 35, 40, 46, 65 and 71 (2, 33 (2), 72 (2), 77, 93, 107, 148, 154)

  Chid Parent Centres - No.38 (93)

  Child Sexual Abuse, Penalties - No. 15, 27 and 33 (33, 72, 77)

  Citizen Initiated Referenda - No.57 and 58 (132, 135)

  Country Fire Service / State Emergency Service Amalgamation - No.53 (123)

  Craigburn Farm - No.22 (57)

  Death Penalty Referendum - No.1 (2)

  Dingoes, Domesticated - No.9 (25)

  Drug Offenders, Penalties - No.14, 28 and 34 (33, 72, 77)

  Engineering and Water Supply Department  Liability for Damage - No.41 (93)

  Focus 2000 Newspaper - No.45, 49, 50, 56 and 70 (104, 107 (2), 123, 154)

  Goolwa Primary School - No.5 (2)

  Hallett Cove Conservation Park, Dogs - No.37 (77)

  Health Care Funding - No.68 (149)

  Intensive Animal Husbandry - No.39, 62,  63 and 72 (93, 141, 148, 154)

  Laffers Triangle Open Space - No.44 (104)

  Lake Eyre Basin World Heritage Listing - No.60 (135)

  Local Government Consumer Advocate - No.7 (17)

  Marla Nursing Services - No.26 (72)

  Modbury Hospital Services - No.16 (33)

  Northfield Prison Conditions - No.8 (17)

  Oaklands Driving Centre - No.76 (154)

  Panalatinga Road Memorial  Trees - No.31 (72)

  Petrol  Tax - No.17 (33)

  Petrol  Tax Increase - No. 52 and 77 (107, 154)

  Plastic Milk Bottles - No. 74 (154)

  Retail Trading Hours - Nos 6, 13 , 51 and 73 (2, 33, 107, 154)

  Seaton North Primary School Playground - No.43 (104)

  Southern Districts War Memorial Hospital Services - No.21 and 69 (57, 154)

  Speech Pathology, Eyre Peninsula - No.54 and 59 (123, 135)

  State Bank Election Call - Nos 2, 18, 47,  48 and 75 (2, 33, 107 (2), 154)

  State Bank Losses Prosecutions - No.30, 61 and 66 (72, 135, 148)

  State Bank, Oppose Sale - No.55 (123)

  Swan Reach Water Filtration Plant - No. 42 (93)

  Transit Link Bus Stop Henley Beach Road - No.4 (2)

  Waste and Garbage Transfer Centre, Royal Park - Nos 10 and 19 (29, 49)

  Water Rating System - No. 67 (148)