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The Grain and Fodder Act.—1914.

(4) The Magistrate or Justices or the Local Court shall make an order in respect to the matters referred to the Supreme Court in conformity with the certificate of the Supreme Court, or of any Judge thereof.

(5) Such order of the Magistrate, or Justices, or Local Court may be enforced in manner provided by section 23 or otherwise by law.

How expenses to be provided.

Financial. 26. (1) The Treasurer of the State may, from time to time, make advances to the Minister and to the Board for carrying out the purposes of this Act.

(2) So far as practicable, such advances shall be repaid, and the other expenses of administering this Act shall be defrayed, out of the moneys paid to the Board for grain and fodder disposed of by it; and any deficiency which may arise shall be made good out of moneys provided by Parliament for that purpose.

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

H. L. GALWAY, Governor.

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

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An Act for the General Appropriation of the Revenue

for the Year ending June Thirtieth, One
Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifteen.

[Assented to, November 12th, 1914.] HEREAS, by various Acts and Ordinances of the State of Preamble. South Australia, certain moneys are or may be collected, to

. be paid to the Treasurer on behalf of His Majesty, His heirs and successors, for the public uses of the said State and support of the Government thereof: And whereas certain other moneys are or may become payable to the said State for the like uses, under the provisions of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, 63 & 64 Vict., ch. 12–

Be it therefore Enacted by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Parliament of South Australia, as follows:

1. Out of the said moneys paid by the Commonwealth of Aus- Further issue. tralia, and the produce of all or any other the General Public Revenues of the said State, not otherwise by law specially appropriated, there shall or may be further issued the sum of One Million and Seven Hundred and Fifty-eight Thonsand Three Hundred and Thirty-three Pounds.

General Revenue.

2. Out of the sum of Six Hundred Thousand Pounds issued Appropriation of under the authority of the Act No. 1150 of 1914, the sum of Six Hundred Thousand Pounds issued under the authority of the Act No. 1152 of 1914, and the said sum of One Million and Seven Hundred and Fifty-eight Thousand Three Hundred and Thirty-three

Pounds

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Appropriation Act.-1914.

Estimates, 1914-15.

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Pounds by this Act authorised to be issued, there shall or may be applied in the manner hereinafter mentioned, any sums of money not exceeding in amount respectively the several sums of money hereinafter specified, that is to say

for defraying the charge of the State Government for the year ending the thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and fifteen, there shall be paid the sum of Two Millions Nine Hundred and Fifty-eight Thousand Three Hundred and Thirty-three Pounds, the said amount being appropriated as follows, viz. :

£ Legislative Council..

2,280 0 0 House of Assembly..

3,610 0 0 Parliamentary Library

1,65 0 0 Office-keeper and Caterer, Parliament House

1,205 0 0 Electoral Department

15,368 0 0 Government Reporting Department

4,971 0 0 Parliamentary Standing Committee on Railways

1,850 0 0 Miscellaneous (previously Legislature Generally)

6,020 0 0 Private Secretary

260 0 0 Office of Chief Secretary

2,035 0 0 Statistical Department

2,556 0 0 dudit

6,524 0 0 Public Actuary

930 0 0 Sheriff

1,178 0 0 Registrar-General Births, Deaths, and Marriages

3,288 0 0 Printing and Stationery Offices

36,886 0 0 Police

136,810 0 0 Gaols and Prisons

19,638 0 0 Medical Officers

1,350 0 0 Hospitals ..

53,038 0 0 Mental Hospitals (previously Lunatic Asylum)

43,236 0 0 Destitute Persons

25,347 0 0 State Children..

29,010 0 0 Central Board of Health

4,122 0 0 Retiring Allowances and Gratuities

8,109 00 Miscellaneous (Chief Secretary)

46,241 0 0 Law Officers

4,922 0 Public Trustee

1,383 0 0 Supreme Court

5,562 0 0 Probate and Succession Duties Office

1,310 0 0 Registrar of Companies' Office

105 (0 Court of Insolvency

2,781 0 0 Magistrates and Local Courts

12,234 0 0 Coroners

680 0 0 Registrar-General of Deeds

10,342 0 0 Miscellaneous (Attorney-General)

1,6700 0 The Treasury

6,241 0 0 Agent-General in England

4,640 0 0 Land and Income Tax Department

18.260 0 0 Stamp Duty Department

1,496 0 0 Interest and Exchange

100,000 0 0 Unclaimed Moneys—Repayment of

100 ( 0 Miscellaneous (Treasurer)

195

0 0 Office of Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration 10,072 0 Photolithography

4,575 00 Woods and Forests..

25,015 0 0
Survey
Botanic Garden

44,807 0
7,575

0 0 Immigration

8,233 0 0 Public Works · (Commissioner of Crown Lands and Im- 209.800

0 0 Miscellaneous migration)

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36,426

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£ d. Office of Commissioner of Public Works ..

8,856 0 0 Engineering

61,980 0 0 Works and Buildings Department

8,486 0 0 Government Offices

3,013 0 0. Cemetery, West Terrace

1,492 0 ( Railways ..

1,200,000 0 0 Public Stores Department

29,432 0 0 Aborigines

5,530 0 0 Public Works ..

123,652 0 0 Miscellaneous (Commissioner of Public Works).

6,791 0 0 Office of Minister of Education

700 0 0 Education Department ..

275,372 0 0 Public Library, Museum, Art Gallery, and Societies

9,875 0 0 Schools of Mines and Industries and Technological Museum 10,477 0 0 Observatory

1,695 0 0 Miscellaneous (Minister of Education)

7.905 0 0 Office of Minister of Industry

4,985 0 0 Department of Industry..

2,880 0 0 Office of Minister of Agriculture..

6,868 0 0 Department of Agriculture

25,879 0 0 Agricultural College

12,599 0 0 Produce Department

45,533 0) Stock and Brands

5,553 0 0 Miscellaneous (Minister of Agriculture)

3,475 0 0 Irrigation and Reclamation Works

23,502 0 0 Mines

14,891 0 0 Harbors Board

81,937 0 0

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3. The issue and payment by the Treasurer, from time to time, Treasurer to pay the

, of any sum or sums of money for the purposes herein before men- and discharge by tioned, not exceeding in the whole the sums respectively in that receipt of parts. behalf herein before specified, to such persons and in such portions as the Governor has heretofore directed by any order or orders in writing signed by him and countersigned by the Chief Secretary, or may hereafter direct by any order or orders so signed and countersigned, is hereby authorised ; and the said Treasurer shall, in his accounts, be allowed credit for all sums paid by him in pursuance of such orders accordingly; and the receipts of the persons to whom such sums have been or are so paid shall be to him a full discharge for the sum or sums for which the same receipts shall be or are respectively given, and the amounts thereof shall be passed to his credit in account accordingly.

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

H. L. GALWAY, Governor.

Adelaide • By authority, R. E. E. Rogers, Government Printer, North Terrace.

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