VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

 

                                                                           OF THE

 

 

 

                         HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

 

                                                                       DURING THE

 

 

 

               FIRST SESSION OF THE FORTY‑SIXTH

                               PARLIAMENT

 

                                     1986

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

                                                                   INDEX

 

 

                                                                     of the

 

 

                                                     VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS

 

                                                                     of the

 

 

 

                         HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

 

                                For the First Session of the Forty‑Sixth Parliament, 1986

                                          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, 4; report brought up, debate, 9 (2), 26 (2),  29,82,96,104,105 (2).

Assembly‑‑

      Bills‑‑

                Safeguarding amendment, 50.

                Select Committee‑‑referred to‑‑

                 Mobil Lubricating Oil Refinery (Indenture) Act Amendment Bill, 104.

                 Oil Refinery (Hundred of Noarlunga) Indenture Act Amendment Bill, 104.

      Chairman of Committees‑‑

                Appointment of, 4.

                Ruling,objection to, 39,40.

      Clerk, Produces Writs, 2.

      Commission for Opening Parliament, 2.

      Commission to Swear, 2.

      Death of Mr Olof Palme‑‑Resolution of sympathy, 83.

      Flinders University of South Australia, The‑‑Election to Council, 8.

      Governor‑‑

                Opening Speech Tabled, 4.

                Summons from, 4.

      Joint Committee on Subordinate Legislation, appointment to 8.

      Joint House Committee, appointment to, 8.

      Library Committee, appointment to, 8.

      Members‑‑

      Death of ex‑member‑‑Mr A.R.G.Hawke‑‑Resolution of sympathy and suspension of sitting, 33.

                Named‑‑Mr Lewis, explanation not accepted and suspended, 40,41.

                Sworn, 3,4.

      Printing Committee, appointment to, 8.

      Public Accounts Committee,

                Appointment to, 8.

                Leave to sit during sitting of House, 62.

      Question Time, extension of, 34,117.


 

Assembly continued‑‑

      Sittings‑‑

                Extension of, 31

                Next day of, 112,118.

                Suspension of resumption of, 3,4,26,33,47,52,56,77,120.

      Speaker‑‑

                Commission to swear, 4.

                Election of, 3.

                Presentation of, 3.

      Standing Orders Committee, appointment to, 8.

      Suspension of Standing Orders‑‑

      To enable Clerk to deliver Messages to Legislative Council when House not sitting, 112.

                To enable Government business to be considered before Address in Reply adopted, 24.

                To introduce Bill/s without notice, 52,62,65.

                To move instruction to Committee, 64,87.

      University of Adelaide‑‑Election to Council, 8.

Bills‑‑

      Acts Interpretation Act Amendment Bill (No.49)‑‑Received from LC, first reading, 98;   second reading moved, 99; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 105; assent, 115; Act No.13 of 1986.

      Australian Formula One Grand Prix Act Amendment Bill (No.29)‑‑Leave, first and second     reading moved, 62; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 81; returned by LC with an amendment, 98; amendment agreed to by HA, 98; assent, 115; Act No.20 of 1986.

      Beverage Container Act Amendment Bill (Nos 24,39)‑‑SO suspended, leave, first reading and   second reading moved, 52; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with amendments, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 77,78; returned by LC with an amendment, 97; amendment agreed to by HA, 98; assent, 116; Act No.26 of 1986.

      Biological Control Bill (No.20)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved, 39; second      reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 68; returned by LC without amendment, 85; assent, 116; Act No.25 of 1986.

      Builders Licensing Bill (No.40)‑‑Received from LC, first reading and second reading moved,       84; second reading debate and second reading, 96; in Committee, 96,97,99; reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 99; assent, 115; Act No.18 of 1986.

      Business Franchise (Tobacco) Act Amendment Bill (No.28)‑‑Leave, first reading and second   reading moved, 62; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 86,87; returned by LC without amendment, 100; assent, 115; Act No.3 of 1986.

      Cattle Compensation Act Amendment Bill (No.17)‑‑Leave, first and second reading moved, 38;          second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 67; returned by LC with amendments, 84; amendments agreed to by HA, 84,85; assent, 115; Act No.21 of 1986.

      Childrens Protection and Young Offenders Act Amendment Bill (No.21)‑‑Received from LC,   first reading and second reading moved, 51; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 119; assent, 122; Act No. 34 of 1986.

      Clean Air Act Amendment (No.12)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved, 38. (Lapsed        owing to prorogation).

      Crimes (Consfication of Profits) Bill (Nos 23,38)‑‑Recommended by Governor, 23; received   from LC, first reading and second reading moved, 51,52; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with amendments, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 75,76; LC agreed to amendments without amendment, agreed to amendment with amendments and made a consequential amendment, agreed to by HA, 106,107; assent, 115; Act No.17 of 1986.


 

Bills continued‑‑

      Dairy Industry Act Amendment Bill (No.4)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved,   25. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

      Daylight Saving Act Amendment Bill (No.7)‑‑Leave, first and second reading moved, 29;   second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 57,58; returned by LC with amendments, 68; amendments agreed to by HA, 69; assent, 83; Act No.1 of 1986.

      Dog Fence Act Amendment Bill (Nos 13,42)‑‑Recommended by Governor, 33; leave first reading          and second reading moved, 38; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with amendments, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 85; returned by LC without amendment, 100; assent, 115; Act No.22 of 1986.

      Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act Amendment Bill (No.16)‑‑Leave, first reading   and second reading moved, 38; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 64; returned by LC without amendment, 91; assent, 115; Act No.10 of 1986.

      Industrial Relations Advisory Council Act Amendment Bill (No.15)‑‑Leave, first reading and        second reading moved, 38; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 63,64; returned by LC without amendment, 84; assent, 115; Act No.11 of 1986.

      Justices Act Amendment Bill (No.34)‑‑Received from LC and first reading, 68; second reading   moved, 74; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 119; assent, 122; Act No.32 of 1986.

      Local Government Act Amendment Bill (No.45)‑‑Received from LC, first reading and second   reading moved, 91; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 99,100; assent, 115; Act No.12 of 1986.

      Metropolitan Milk Supply Act Amendment Bill (No.5)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved, 25,26. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

      Mobil Lubricating Oil Refinery (Indenture) Act Amendment Bill (No.48)‑‑Leave, first reading        and second reading moved, 95; second reading debate, second reading and Select Committee appointed, 104. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

      Motor Vehicles Act Amendment Bill (No.2)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved,   25; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 90; returned by LC without amendment, 100; assent, 115; Act No.4 of 1986.

      Motor Vehicles Act Amendment Bill (No.2)(Nos 1,43)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved, 25; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with an amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 89,90; returned by LC without amendment, 100; assent, 115; Act No.5 of 1986.

      North Haven (Miscellaneous Provisions) (No.11)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading   moved, 38. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

      Oil Refinery (Hundred of Noarlunga) Indenture Act Amendment Bill (No.47)‑‑Leave, first   reading and second reading moved, 95; second reading debate, second reading and Select Committee appointed, 104. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

      Pay‑roll Tax Act Amendment Bill (No.32)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved, 65; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 74; returned by LC without amendment, 90; assent, 115; Act No.6 of 1986.

      Potato Marketing Act Amendment Bill (Nos 19,33)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading   moved, 39; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with amendments, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 65‑67; returned by LC without amendment, 84; assent, 115; Act No.7 of 1986.

      Poultry Meat Hygiene Bill (No.18)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved, 38;   second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 86; returned by LC without amendment, 104; assent, 115; Act No.24 of 1986.

      Public Works Standing Committee Act Amendment Bill (No.37)‑‑Leave, first reading and   second reading moved, 73; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 87‑89; returned by LC without amendment, 100; assent, 115; Act No.23 of 1986.


 

Bills continued‑‑

      Racing Act Amendment Bill (No.30)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved, 62;   second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 82; returned by LC without amendment, 120; assent, 121; Act No.30 of 1986.

      Road Traffic Act Amendment Bill (No.25)‑‑SO suspended, leave, first reading and second   reading moved, 52; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 75; returned by LC without amendment, 85; assent, 116; Act No.27 of 1986.

      Second‑hand Motor Vehicles Act Amendment Bill (No.31)‑‑Received from LC and first reading,            65; second reading moved, 74; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 91; assent, 115; Act No.19 of 1986.

      Stamp Duties Act Amendment Bill (No.36)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved, 73;           second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 87; returned by LC without amendment, 100; assent, 115; Act No.8 of 1986.

      State Government Insurance Commission Act Amendment Bill (No.10)‑‑Leave, first and second   reading moved, 37,38; second reading debate and second reading, 63; in Committee, 63,74; reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 74,75; returned by LC with amendments, 91; amendment agreed to and  amendment disagreed to by HA, 98,99; amendment insisted upon by LC and disagreement not insisted upon by HA, 105,106; assent, 116; Act No.29 of 1986.

      State Lotteries Act Amendment Bill (No.41)‑‑Leave, first reading and second reading moved,  85; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 96; returned by LC without amendment, 100; assent, 116; Act No.28 of 1986.

      Statute Law Revision Bill (No.44)‑‑Received from LC, first reading and second reading   moved, 90; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 107; assent, 115; Act No.14 of 1986.

      Statutes Amendment (Children's Bail) Bill (Nos 9,50)‑‑Received from LC and first reading,   34; second reading moved, 62; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with an amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 118,119; amendment agreed to by LC, 120; assent, 122; Act No.33 of 1986.

      Statutes Amendment (Victims of Crime) Bill (No.27)‑‑Recommended by Governor, 23; received   from LC and first reading, 56; second reading moved, 62; second reading debate and second reading, 75; in Committee, 75,76; reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 77; assent, 115; Act No.16 of 1986.

      Summary Offences Act Amendment Bill (No.2)(No.8)‑‑Received from LC and first reading, 34;   second reading moved, 62; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, 118. (Lapsed owing to prorogation).

      Summary Offences Act Amendment Bill (No.3)‑‑Received from LC and first reading, 68; second            reading moved, 74; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 120; assent, 122; Act No.31  of 1986.

      Supply Bill (No.1)(No.6)‑‑Recommended by Governor, leave, first reading and second reading             moved, 29; second reading debate, second reading, grievance debate in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 56,57; returned by LC without amendment, 85; assent, 115; Act No.9 of 1986.

      Technology Park Adelaide Act Amendment Bill (No.14)‑‑Leave, first reading and second   reading moved, 38; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported without amendment, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 63; returned by LC without amendment, 82; assent, 115; Act No.2 of 1986.

      Travel Agents Bill (Nos 22,46)‑‑Recommended by Governor, 23; received from LC, first   reading and second reading moved, 51; second reading debate, second reading, in Committee, reported with amendments, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 91,92; amendments agreed to by LC, 100; assent, 115; Act No.15 of 1986.


 

Bills continued‑‑

      Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Bill (Nos 3,26)‑‑Recommended by Governor, 23; leave        first reading and second reading moved, 25; second reading debate, 34,35,39; second reading, 39; in Committee, 39‑51, 52‑55 reported with amendments, SO suspended, third reading and passed, 55,56. (Lapsed in LC owing to prorogation).

Divisions‑‑

      Daylight Saving Act Amendment Bill‑‑Second reading, 57; third reading, 67.

      Member‑‑

                Explanation be accepted, 41.

                Suspension of, 41.

      Potato Marketing Act Amendment Bill‑‑In Committee, 66.

      Poultry Meat Hygiene Bill‑‑In Committee, 86.

      Public Works Standing Committee Act Amendment Bill‑‑In Committee, 88.

      Speaker's Ruling‑‑Motion for disagreement, 40.

      Standing Orders, Proposed Alterations to‑‑Motion re‑‑In Committee, 108, 109,110(2),111.

      Suspension of Standing Orders‑‑Motion for, 25.

Workers' Rehabilitation and Compensation Bill‑‑Adjournment of debate, 35; second reading, 9; in Committee, 42 (2),43,44 (2),45,46,47,48,49,50,51,53 (2),54; third reading, 56.

      Workers' Rehabilitation and Compensation Bill‑‑Resolution re‑‑112.

Messages from the Governor‑‑

      No. 1 ‑ Statutes Amendment (Victims of Crime) Bill, recommending, 23.

      No. 2 ‑ Crimes (Confiscation of Profits) Bill, recommending 23.

      No. 3 ‑ Workers' Rehabilitation and Compensation Bill, recommending, 23.

      No. 4 ‑ Travel Agents Bill, recommending, 23.

      No. 5 ‑ Supply Bill, recommending, 29.

      No. 6 ‑ Dog Fence Act Amendment Bill, recommending, 33.

      No. 7 ‑ Assent to Bill, notifying, 83.

      No. 8 ‑ Assent to Bills, notifying, 115.

Messages from the Legislative Council‑‑

      Nos 1‑5 Sessional Committees, notifying appointment of, 23‑24.

      No. 6 ‑ Summary Offences Act Amendment Bill (No.2), transmitting, 34.

      No. 7 ‑ Statutes Amendment (Children's Bail) Bill, transmitting, 34.

      No. 8 ‑ Children's Protection and Young Offenders Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 51.

      No. 9 ‑ Travel Agents Bill, transmitting, 51.

      No.10 ‑ Crimes (Confiscation of Profits)Bill, transmitting, 51.

      No.11 ‑ Statutes Amendment (Victims of Crime) Bill, transmitting, 56.

      No.12 ‑ Second‑hand Motor Vehicles Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 65.

      No.13 ‑ Justices Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 68.

      No.14 ‑ Summary Offences Act Amendment Bill (No.3), transmitting, 68.

      No.15 ‑ Daylight Saving Act Amendment Bill, returning with amendments, 68.

      No.16 ‑ Technology Park Act Adelaide Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 82

      No.17 ‑ Builders Licensing Bill, transmitting, 84.

No.18 ‑ Industrial Relations Advisory Council Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 84.

      No.19 ‑ Potato Marketing Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 84.

      No.20 ‑ Cattle Compensation Act Amendment Bill, returning with amendment, 84.

      No.21 ‑ Biological Control Bill, returning without amendment, 85.

      No.22 ‑ Road Traffic Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 85.

      No.23 ‑ Supply Bill (No.1), returning without amendment, 85.

      No.24 ‑ Pay‑roll Tax Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 90.

      No.25 ‑ Statute Law Revision Bill, transmitting, 90.

      No.26 ‑ Local Government Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 91.

No.27 ‑ State Government Insurance Commission Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 91.

No.28 ‑ Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act Amendment Bill, returning amendment, 91.


 

Messages from Legislative Council continued‑‑

      No.29 ‑ Beverage Container Act Amendment Bill, returning with amendment, 97.

      No.30 ‑ Acts Interpretation Act Amendment Bill, transmitting, 98.

No.31 ‑ Australian Formula One Grand Prix Act Amendment Bill, returning with  amendment, 98.

      No.32 ‑ Stamp Duties Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 100.

No.33 ‑ Public Works Standing Committee Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 100.

      No.34 ‑ Motor Vehicles Act Amendment Bill (No.2), returning without amendment, 100.

      No.35 ‑ Motor Vehicles Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 100.

      No.36 ‑ Dog Fence Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 100.

      No.37 ‑ State Lotteries Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 100.

      No.38 ‑ Business Franchise (Tobacco) Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 100.

      No.39 ‑ Travel Agents Bill, agreeing with amendments, 100.

      No.40 ‑ Poultry Meat Hygiene Bill, returning without amendment, 104.

No.41 ‑ State Government Insurance Commission Act Amendment Bill, insisting on amendment, 105.

No.42 ‑ Crimes (Confiscation of Profits) Bill, agreeing to amendments without  amendment, agreeing to amendment with amendments and making consequential amendment, 106.

      No.43 ‑ Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Bill‑‑Resolution re, transmitting, 112.

      No.44 ‑ Racing Act Amendment Bill, returning without amendment, 120.

      No.45 ‑ Statutes Amendment (Children's Bail) Bill, agreeing with amendment, 120.

Motion‑‑

Standing Orders, Proposed Alteration to‑‑Motion re, 62, 99 (2), amended, in Committee 101,107 to 111, agreed to 111.

Papers‑‑

      Aboriginal Lands Trust‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 7.

      Accounting Standards Review Board‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 116.

Advisory Committee on Soil Conservation‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 84; orderd to be printed, 104; Paper No.126.

   Advisory Council for Inter‑government Relations‑‑Report for year ended 31 August 1986, 103.

      Architects Act‑By‑law No.38‑‑Professional Conduct, 117.

   Assembly of Members of Both Houses for the Election of a Member to fill a Vacancy in     Legislative Council‑‑Minutes, ordered to be printed, 4; Paper No.142.

      Auditor‑General‑‑

                Marketing of Eggs Act‑‑Report on, 1984‑85, 7.

                Worker's Rehabilitation and Compensation Bill, 1986, costing on‑‑Report, 84.

      Australian Formula One Grand Prix Board‑‑Report, 1985, 116.

      Botanic Gardens, Board of‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 5.

  Building Societies Act‑‑Report of Commissioner for Corporate Affairs on  Administration of, 1984‑85, 7.

      Children's Court Advisory Committee‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 7.

      Classification of Publications Board‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 61.

      Committees‑‑

                Printing‑‑First Report, 1986, 104.

                Public Accounts‑‑

                Forty‑first Report on the 1985 Biennial Conference, 23; ordered to be printed, 23; Paper No.161.

          Forty‑second Report‑‑Annual Report, 1985, 23; ordered to be printed, 23; Paper No. 143.

                 Forty‑third Report containing the Treasurer's Minute and Other Comments on the Twenty‑sixth, Thirtieth and Thirty‑fourth Reports, 117; ordered to be printed, 117; Paper No.148.


 

Papers continued‑‑

      Committees continued‑‑

                 Subordinate Legislation, Joint, on‑‑

                First Report, 1986, 117.

                Seventeenth Committee‑‑Report, 1982‑85, 37.

                Fourth General Report, 1985, 37.

                         Minutes of Evidence‑‑

                         Health Act‑Regulations‑‑Qualifications of Managers and Directors of Nursing Homes, 117.

                         Second‑hand Motor Vehicles Act‑‑General Regulations, 37.

                    Minutes of Proceedings‑‑19,26 February and 5,11 and 24 March 1986, 37,73,95,117 (2).

      Companies and Securities Law Review Committee‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 116.

      Coroners Act‑‑Rule‑‑Post Mortem Examination Fees, 7.

   Corporation By‑Laws‑‑

                    Adelaide‑‑No.16‑‑The Central Market, 6.

                    Elizabeth‑‑No.30‑‑Rubbish Tips and Refuse, 6.

                    Kensington and Norwood‑‑

                         No.47‑‑Vehicle Weight, 6.

                         No.48‑‑Traffic on Streets and Roads, 6.

                    Port Augusta‑‑No.90‑‑Fences, 6.

                    Tea Tree Gully‑‑No.50‑‑Traffic, 6.

                    Thebarton‑‑No.43‑‑Heavy Loads, 6.

                    Unley‑‑No.36‑‑Dogs, 84.

 Correctional Services, Department of‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 104; ordered to be printed, 104; Paper No.38.

      Credit Unions, Registrar of‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 7.

Country Fire Services Board‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 103; ordered to be printed, 103; Paper No.130.

      District Council By‑Laws‑

                Blyth‑‑No.29‑‑Vehicles, 6.

                East Torrens‑‑No.3‑‑Dogs, 84.

                Gladstone‑‑No.24‑‑Traffic, 6.

                Naracoorte‑‑No.22‑‑Traffic, 33.

                Port MacDonnell‑‑No.25‑‑Traffic, 116.

                Tanunda‑‑No.32‑‑Traffic, 6.

Dried Fruits Board of South Australia‑‑Report for year ended 28 February 1985, 7.

      Education, Director‑General of‑‑Report, 1984, 7.

Engineering and Water Supply Department‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 103; ordered to be printed, 103;Paper No.35.

      Ethnic Affairs Commission, South Australian‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 73.

      Eyre Peninsula, Regional Cultural Centre Trust‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 116.

Film Corporation, South Australian‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 33; ordered to be printed, 104; Paper No.80.

      Fisheries, Department of‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 37; ordered to be printed, 104; Paper No.39.

      Flinders University of South Australia‑‑

                Report, 1984, 6.

                 Statute Amendments, 6.

      Friendly Societies Act‑‑Amendments to General Laws and Rules‑‑

                Independent Order of Odd Fellows Grand Lodge of South Australia, 7.

                Manchester Unity‑‑Hibernian Friendly Society, 7.

                Mutual Community Friendly Society of South Australia, 7.

      Governor‑‑

                Draft Address, 9.

                Opening Speech, 4; ordered to be printed, 4; Paper No. 1.

      Greyhound Racing Control Board‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 8.

      History Trust of South Australia‑‑

                Report, 1982‑83, 116.

                Report, 1983‑84, 116.

      Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 61.

Inter‑government Relations, Advisory Council for‑‑Report for year ended 31 August 1985, 103.


 

Papers continued‑‑

      Judges' and Governors' Pensions Schemes‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 61.

      Justices Act‑‑Rules‑‑

                Court Fees, 7.

                Courts of Summary Jurisdication Regions, 116.

      Labour, Department of‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 103; ordered to be printed, 103; Paper No.46.

      Lands, Department of‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 5.

      Local Government Act, Amendments to Local Government Superannuation Scheme, 6.

Long Service Leave (Building Industry) Fund‑‑Actuarial Investigation of‑Report, 1980‑84, 33.

      Marine and Harbors, Department of‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 7.

      Marketing of Eggs Act‑‑Auditor‑General's Report on, 1984‑85, 7.

      Mines and Energy, Department of‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 6.

Murray Bridge Soldiers' Memorial Hospital Incorporated By‑law‑‑Grounds, 6.

      National Companies and Securities Commission‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 103.

      Northern Regional Cultural Centre Trust‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 116.

      Petitions‑‑

                Alcohol, Prohibit Supply to Minors‑‑(No.10), 4.

                Ardrossan and District Hospital‑‑(No.20), 73.

                Arid Lands Botanic Garden, Port Augusta‑‑(No.16), 61.

                Belair, Horse‑riding Facilities‑‑(No.9), 4.

                Benara Road, Upgrading‑‑(No.5), 4.

                Blackwood Police Station‑‑(No.8), 4.

                Building Application, Ceduna‑‑Opposition to‑‑(No.13), 4.

                Bus Services‑‑

                    Grenfell Road Route‑‑(No.22), 83.

                    Macclesfield‑‑(No.15), 37.

                    Marion‑‑(No.19), 73.

                Cereal Plant Breeding, Roseworthy Agricultural College‑‑(No.30), 95.

                Coober Pedy School‑‑(No.31), 103.

                Craigburn Farmland, Government to Purchase‑‑(No.7), 4.

                Education‑‑Banksia Park High School‑‑Retention of Services‑‑(No.11.), 4.

                Electronic Gaming Devices‑‑(Nos 17, 23 to 25,29 and 34), 61,83(3),95,116.

                Federal Interstate Road Transport Bill‑‑(No.4), 4.

                Interest Rates, Reduction In‑‑(Nos 14,18,21 and 28), 33,73,81,95.

                Land Tax Levy, Abolition‑‑(No.32), 116.

                Loitering, Reinstatement as an Offence‑‑(No.12), 4.

                Neighbourhood Watch Programme, Hanson‑‑(No.6), 4.

                Pedestrian Crossing, Stirling Main Street‑‑(No.35), 116.

                Pedestrian Underpass, Chief Street, Brompton‑‑(No.3), 4.

                Petrol Stations, Trading Hours‑‑(No.2), 4.

                South‑Eastern Freeway, Off‑road Rest Areas‑‑(No.27), 83.

                Tiparra, Hundred of, Water Mains‑‑(No.26), 83.

                Unsworn Statement‑‑(No.33), 116.

                Youth Housing Recommendations‑‑(No.1), 4.

      Planning‑‑

                Appeal Tribunal‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 5.

      Commission, South Australian‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 103; ordered to be printed, 103; Paper No.70.

                Crown Development Reports by South Australian Planning Commission on Proposals of‑‑

                    Erection of‑‑

                         Garage, Mt Gambier, 61.

                         Transmission Line, Torrens Island to Northfield, 5.

                         Villa Units, Port Augusta, 103.

                Grader Operator Training Courses, Kingston College of TAFE, 33.

                Redevelopment of Carrick Hill Estate, 5.

      Police, Commissioner of‑‑

                Report, 1984‑85, 5.

                Directions to, 116.


 

Papers continued‑‑

Public Service Board, Department of‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 103; ordered to be printed, 103; Paper No.17.

Public Parks Act‑‑Disposal of Parklands Adjoining Yankalilla Memorial Park‑‑Report, 116.

      Public Works Standing Committee‑‑

                Augmentation of the Water Supply Pressure Zones‑‑

                    EL 137 and EL 172C‑‑

                          Final Report, 29; ordered to be printed, 29; Paper No.172A.

                         Minutes of Evidence, 29.

                    EL 227S Water Supply Pressure Zone‑‑

                         Report, 62; ordered to be printed, 62; Paper No.140.

                         Minutes of Evidence, 62.

                Black Forest Primary School (Replacement of Fire Damaged Facilities and Upgrading)‑

                    Report, 62; ordered to be printed, 62; Paper No.139.

                    Minutes of Evidence, 62.

                Hallett Cove School (Construction)‑‑

                    Final Report, 29; ordered to be pritned, 29; Paper No.155A.

                    Minutes of Evidence, 29.

                Holden Hill Police Headquarters‑‑Courts Complex Stage II‑‑

                    Report (After Session Paper); Paper No.40.

                    Minutes of Evidence (After Session Paper).

                Ottoway Foundry (Electric Induction Melt Furnaces)‑‑

                    Final Report, 81; ordered to be printed, 81; Paper No.144.

                    Minutes of Evidence, 81.

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

                    Final Report, 29; ordered to be printed, 29; Paper No.170A.

                    Minutes of Evidence, 29.

                St Leonards Primary School (Consolidation)‑‑

                    Final Report, 5; ordered to be printed, 5; Paper No.171A.

                    Minutes of Evidence, 5.

                Supreme Court Precinct‑‑Alteration and Renovation (Stage 1)‑‑

                    Report (After Session Paper); Paper No.33.

                    Minutes of Evidence (After Session Paper).

      Wattle Park Reservoir (Flexible Membrane Liner and Floating Cover)‑‑

                    Interim Report, 117; ordered to be printed, 117; Paper No.146.

                    Final Report (After Session Paper); Paper No.32.

                    Minutes of Evidence (After Session Paper).

      Racing Act‑‑Trotting Rules‑‑Drivers Fees, 8.

   Regional Cultural Centre Trusts‑‑

                Eyre Peninsula Cultural Trust‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 116.

                Northern Cultural Trust‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 116.

                Riverland Cultural Trust‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 116.

                South‑East Cultural Trust‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 116.

      Regulations Under Acts‑‑

                Boating‑‑

                    Hog Bay, 6.

                    Lake Leake, 6.

                    River Murray Mouth, 6.

                Building‑‑

                    Fees, 116.

                    Surface Skimmer Devices, 6.

                Childrens Services‑‑

                    Child Care Centres, 7.

                 Exemptions, 7.

                Chiropractors‑‑Registration Fees, 6.

                Coast Protection‑‑South‑East Coast Protection District, 5.

                Commercial Tribunal‑‑

                    Commercial Tenancy Agreements, 7.

                    Registers and Delegation of Powers, 7.


 

Papers continued‑‑

      Regulations Under Acts continued‑‑

                Controlled Substances‑‑Volatile Solvents, 84.

                Country Fires‑‑Permits to Burn, 61.

                Daylight Saving‑‑Extension of Daylight Saving, 83.

                Dentists‑‑General Regulations, 6.

                Education‑‑School Councils, 7.

                Fisheries‑‑

                    Aquatic Reserves, 7.

                    Bag Limit for Snapper, 8.

                    Cowled's Landing Aquatic Reserve, 8.

                    Fish Processors‑‑Paid Price, 7.

                    Gulf St Vincent Prawn Fishery, 117.

                    Lakes and Coorong Fishery‑Murray Cod, 7.

                    Marine Scale Fishery‑‑Agents, 8.

                    Miscellaneous Fishery‑‑Agents, 8.

                    Nets and Lobster Pots of Recreational Fishermen, 8.

                    Northern Zone Rock Lobster Fishery‑‑

                         Mussels, 7.

                         Pots, 117.

                    Restricted Marine Scale Fishery‑‑Licence Holders, 8.

                    River Fishery‑‑Murray Cod, 7.

                    Southern Zone Rock Lobster Fishery‑‑

                         Mussels, 8.

                         Pots, 117.

                    Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery, 117.

                    West Coast Experimental Crab Fishery, 117.

                Food‑‑Dairies and Itinerant Vendors of Milk, 6.

                Hairdressers Registration‑‑Registration Fees, 116.

                Health‑‑Qualifications of Managers and Directors of Nursing Homes, 6.

                Impounding‑‑Murray Bridge as Prescribed Area, 6.

                 Industrial and Commercial Training‑‑

                    Declared Vocations, 7.

                    Declared Vocations (Amendment), 33.

                Landlord and Tenant‑‑Commercial Tenancy Agreements, 7.

                Land Tax‑‑Prescribed Bodies, 5.

                Legal Practitioners‑‑Certificate Fee, 7.

                Libraries‑‑Removal of Institutes, 84.

                Liquor Licensing‑‑Exemptions (Amendment), 7.

                Local and District Criminal Courts‑‑Local Court Fees, 7.

                Local Government Finance Authority‑‑

                    Guarantee Fees, 6.

                    Prescribed Hospitals (2), 6,84.

                Lottery and Gaming‑‑Minor Lottery Licences, 117.

                Marketing of Eggs‑‑Grading of Eggs, 7.

                Metropolitan Milk Supply‑‑

                    Licence Fees, 7.

                    Milk Prices (2), 7,84.

                Metropolitan Taxi‑Cab‑‑

                    Drivers' Appearance and Dress, 116.

                    Fees, 6.

                Native Vegetation Management‑‑General Regulations, 1985, 5.

                Planning‑‑Native Vegetation, 5.

                Police Regulations‑‑Commander, 116.

                Real Property‑‑Land Division, 5.

                Recreation Grounds‑‑

                    Adelaide Oval, 6.

                    Football Park, 6.

                    Glenelg Oval, 6.

                    Mortlock Park, 6.

                    Norwood Oval, 6.

                    Thebarton Oval, 6.

                    Unley Oval, 6.


 

Papers continued‑‑

      Regulations Under Acts continued‑‑

                Road Traffic‑‑

                    Flags, 6.

                    Salisbury Private Hospital, Declared Hospital, 6.

                    Towing, Loads and Mirrors, 6.

                Second‑hand Motor Vehicles‑‑

                    General Regulations, 1985, 7.

                    Licenses, 7.

                South Australian Health Commission‑‑

                    Hospital Fees, 6.

                    Perinatal Statistics, 61.

                State Bank of South Australia‑‑Deceased Customers Accounts, 5.

                Summary Offences‑‑Traffic Infringement Notice, 7.

                Superannuation‑‑

                    Eligibility of Part‑time Staff, 5.

                    Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science, 5.

                Supreme Court‑‑

                    Fees, 7.

                    Probate Fees, 7.

                Trade Measurements‑‑Motor Fuel, 116.

      Trade Measurements and Motor Fuel Distribution‑‑Motor Spirit Revocation, 116.

                Trade Standards‑‑

                    Silos, Tanks, Furniture and Motor Fuel, 116.

                    Sunglasses, 7.

      Riverland Regional Cultural Centre Trust‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 116.

      Rules of Court‑‑

                Planning Appeal Tribunal Planning Act‑‑Civil Enforcement, 5.

                Local Court‑Local and District Criminal Courts Act‑‑Service by Post, 61.

                Supreme Court‑‑Supreme Court Act‑‑

                         Breaches of Recognizances, 7.

                         Discovery and Solicitors Profits Costs, 116.

                         Execution of Process‑‑Interstate Custody Procedures, 7.

                         Interest Rates, 7.

                         Listing of Trials and Abuse of Process, 7.

      Soil Conservation, Advisory Committee on‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 84.

      South Australia Jubilee 150 Board‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 5.

      South Australian‑‑

      College of Advance Education‑‑Alleged Misuse of Workshop and Materials, Papers relating to, 107.

                Ethnic Affairs Commission‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 73.

                Film Corporation‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 33; ordered to be printed, 104; Paper No.80.

                Health Commission‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 1984‑85, 6.

                Institute of Technology‑‑Report, 1984, 116.

                 Metropolitan Fire Service‑‑

                    Report, 1984‑85, 5.

                    Superannuation Fund‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 5.

                Planning Commission‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 103; ordered to be printed, 103; Paper No. 70.

                Superannuation Board and Superannuation Fund Investment Trust‑‑

                    Reports, 1984‑85, 61; ordered to be printed, 104; Paper No.67.

                 Teacher Housing Authority‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 7.

      South‑East Regional Cultural Centre Trust‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 116.

      South‑Eastern Drainage Board‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 5.

      Standing Orders‑‑Proposed Amendments, 1986, 37.

      State‑‑

                Opera of South Australia‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 116.

                Transport Authority‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 6.

      Stock Diseases Act‑‑Proclamation‑Revocation, 7.

Superannuation Board and Superannuation Fund Investment Trust, South Australian‑‑Reports, 1984‑85, 61; ordered to be printed, 104; Paper No.67.


 

Papers continued‑‑

      Supply and Tender Board‑‑Report, 1985, 33.

      Technical and Further Education, Director‑General of‑Report, 1984, 6.

      Trade Standards Act‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 61.

      Universities‑‑

                Adelaide‑‑

                    Report, 1984, 6.

                    State Amendments, 6.

                Flinders, of South Australia‑‑

                    Report, 1984, 6.

                    Statute Amendments, 6.

      Vertebrate Pests Control Authority‑‑Report, 1985, 7.

Woods and Forests Department‑‑Report, 1984‑85, 61; ordered to be printed, 104; Paper No. 28.

      Worker's Rehabilitation and Compensation Bill, 1986, Costing on‑‑Report, 84.