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Aborigines (Training of Children) Act.—1923.

11. Illegitimate aboriginal children who, irrespective of their

age are, in the opinion of the Chief Protector and the State Children's Council, neglected or otherwise proper persons to be dealt with under this Act.

In the name and on behalf of His Majesty, I hereby assent to this Bill.

TOM BRIDGES, Governor.

THE

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Aborigines (Training of Children) Act.—1923.

THE SCHEDULE.

Section 6.

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years and

Transfer of CoNTROL OF ABORIGINAL ChilD FROM THE CHIEF PROTECTOR

OF A BORIGINALS TO THE STATE CHILDREN'S COUNCIL.
To

Esquire, Commissioner of Police, and all constables
in the State of South Australia, and to the Superintendent (or Matron) of the
Industrial School at Magill (or other institution, as the case may be], in the said
State:
Whereas the undersigned

Chief Protector of Aboriginals, is desirous of committing

child of whom he is the legal guardian, to the institution hereafter mentioned, being an institution under the control of the State Children's Council constituted under the State Children Act, 1895, to be there detained or otherwise dealt with as a neglected child under the said Act, until the said child attains the age of eighteen years : And whereas the said Council has approved of the said child being committed as aforesaid, and whereas the said child is of the

age
of

months, and of the religion : Now therefore I, the said Chief Protector of Aboriginals, with the approval of the said State Children's Council (which approval the said Council hereby gives) do hereby commit the said child to the Industrial School at Magill (or other institution], to be there detained or otherwise dealt with as neglected child under the State Children Act, 1895, until he (or she) attains the age of eighteen years:

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These are therefore to require you, to whom this Transfer of Control is directed, to take the said child to the said institution and there to deliver him (or her) to the Superintendent (or Matron) thereof, together with the duplicate of this Transfer, and the said Superintendent (or Matron) is hereby required to receive the said child into the said school, there to be detained or otherwise dealt with as if such child were a neglected child under the State Children Act, 1895, until he (or she) attains the age of eighteen years, unless he or she) shall in the meantime be discharged in due course of law. In witness whereof the said Chief Protector of Aboriginals has hereunto set his

hand, and the seal of the State Children's Council has been hereunto affixed. Signed by the said Chief Protector of Aboriginals on the

19 in the presence of

day of

The seal of the State Children's Council was hereunto affixed on the

day of

19 in the presence of

(L.S.)

President

Member of the Council.

Adelaide: By authority, R. E. E. ROGERS, Government Printer, North Terrace.

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An Act to amend the Advances for Homes Acts, 1910 to

1922.

[Assented to, November 14th, 1923.] BH E it Enacted by the Governor of the State of South Australia,

with the advice and consent of the Parliament thereof, as follows:

1. (1) This Act may be cited alone as the “ Advances for Homes Short title.

) Act Further Amendment Act, 1923.”

(2) The Advances for Homes Acts, 1910 to 1922, and this Act may be cited together as the “ Advances for Homes Acts, 1910 to 1923."

other Acts.

2. This Act is incorporated with the other Acts mentioned in Incorporation with section 1 of this Act, and those Acts and this Act shall be read as one Act.

3. Section 11 of the Advances for Homes Act, 1910, is amended Amendment of by substituting for the words four-fifths” in subsections (3), (4),

in subsections (3), (4), principal Act

v , and (5) the words “ six-sevenths”.

Advances for Homes.

sec. ll of the

4. Section 6 of the Advances for Homes Act Further Amendment Amendment of Act Act, 1920, is amended by substituting for the word “four”

1440 of 1920, sec. 6 " in

Parent of two paragraph (b) of subsection (1) thereof the word “two”.

children to be qualified for same assistance as

. In the name and on behalf of His Majesty, I hereby assent to returned soldier. this Bill.

TOM BRIDGES, Governor.

Adelaide: By authority, R. E. E. ROGERS, Government Printer, North Terrace.

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An Act to amend the Vermin Acts, 1914 to 1922, and

for other purposes.

[Assented to, November 14th, 1923.] E it Enacted by the Governor of the State of South Australia,

with the advice and consent of the Parliament thereof, as follows:

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1. (1) This Act may be cited as the “ Vermin Act Further Amend- Short titlos. ment Act, 1923.”

(2) The Vermin Acts, 1914 to 1922, and this Act may be cited together as the “Vermin Acts, 1914 to 1923.'

(3) The Vermin Act, 1914, is hereinafter referred to as the No. 1181 of 1914. principal Act.”

2. This Act is incorporated with the other Acts mentioned in Incorporation with section 1 of this Act, and those Acts and this Act shall be read as

other Acts. one Act.

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complied with to satisfaction of

3. Section 17 of the principal Act (as amended by section 3 of Amendment of

principal Act, the Vermin Act Further Amendment Act, 1919) is further amended 2.172 by striking out subsections (4) and (5) thereof and inserting in lieu Notice to be of the said subsections the following subsections :

(4) If any such District Council, Vermin Board, or Associated Commissioner. Board fails to comply with such notice to the satisfaction of the Commissioner, the Commissioner may himself enforce within its District the provisions of this Act as to the destruction of vermin, and may recover from such District Council, Vermin

Board,

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