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The Municipal Corporations Act Amendment Act.-1914.

(4) The provisions contained in "The Municipal Corporations Act, 1890," relating to by-laws and to the making and effect thereof, shall apply to all by-laws made under the powers conferred by this section, and to the making and effect thereof.

Provisions of principal Act as to making to apply.

and effect of by-laws

of foreshores.

(5) With respect to any part of the foreshore within the specific Use of certain parts or the general description contained in the Second Schedule to this Act, no Council shall

(a) erect, or suffer or permit to be erected thereon, any permanent

structure:

(b) remove, or suffer or permit to be removed, or issue or permit to be issued any licence to remove, any sand, shells, seaweed, or other material therefrom:

do, or suffer or permit to be done, or issue or permit to be issued any licence to do, any act, matter or thing whereby the surface of the foreshore may be in any way altered to the prejudice of the South Australian Harbors Board or of the discharge or exercise of any of the duties, powers, or authorities, or the jurisdiction, of the said Board, without having first obtained the consent, in writing, of the said Board.

If any rents, licence fees, or other moneys are received by a Application of
Council-

(a) for the use or occupation of any foreshore, or any part
thereof;

(b) for the right to sell any articles or otherwise trade thereon;

(c) for the right to remove sand, shells, seaweed, or other
material therefrom; or

(d) for

any other purpose connected therewith,

such Council shall apply the whole of the net revenue arising from such rents, fees, and moneys towards the supply and improvement of conveniences, utilities, and facilities on such foreshore for the use of the public: Provided that such Council may apply such (if any) part of such revenue as is approved by the Minister towards subsidizing sports or other amusements to be held on such foreshore.

revenue from
foreshores.

of 1893. Ratable

44. The definition of the term "ratable property" contained in Amendment of section 13 of "The Land Value Assessment Act, 1893," is amended section 13 of Act 573 by inserting the word "educational" after the word "religious" property." in subdivision III. thereof.

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45. Section 18 of "The Land Value Assessment Act, 1893," is amended by striking out all the words after the word "ratepayers in the third line thereof.

46. (1) Subsection

Amendment of

section 18 of Act 573 of 1893. Copies of assessment-book.

Amendment of

section 3 of Act No.
1007 of 1910.
Provisions where
Council makes its
own assessment under
Land Value

Assessment Act.

Rating power under
Land Value
Assessment Acts.

Particulars of various rates under Land Value Assessment Acts need not be specified.

The Municipal Corporations Act Amendment Act.-1914.

46. (1) Subsection (1) of section 3 of "The Land Value Assessment Act Amendment Act, 1910," is amended by adding the following proviso at the end thereof:

Provided also that the Council may, in any year, instead of causing a new assessment to be made, adopt any preceding assessment made under this section, with such (if any) alterations and additions as appear to be necessary; in which case, the adoption thereof as aforesaid shall be deemed to be the making of an assessment, and the Council shall, with the particular notice of the making of such assessment given to any person appearing in the assessment-book as the owner or occupier of any property which has been added to the assessment or in the assessment whereof any alteration has been made, give notice of the particulars of such addition or alteration : Provided nevertheless that the Council shall, once at least in every period of seven years, cause a new assessment to be made.

(2) Subsection (2) of the said section 3 is repealed, and in lieu thereof it is hereby enacted as follows:

Notwithstanding anything contained in section 3 of "The Land Value Assessment Act Amendment Act, 1910," in any case where a Council makes its own assessment under the power conferred by that section, sections 223 and 224 of the principal Act shall apply for the purposes of making such assessment, and sections 231 to 237 inclusive of the principal Act and section 22 of this Act (instead of section 16 of "The Land Value Assessment Act, 1893") shall apply with respect to such assessment and appeals therefrom.

47. In a Municipality in which Part II. of "The Land Value Assessment Act, 1893," is in operation, if the amount in the Pound of the rates which the Council declares for any year for general purposes, or for any particular purpose, is not more than will produce a sum equal to that which could have been raised by rates for general purposes or for such particular purpose (as the case may be) declared by the Council on the last assessment made under the provisions of "The Municipal Corporations Act, 1890," with Twenty Pounds per centum added thereto, then it shall not be necessary, as required for compliance with sections 5 and 6 of "The Land Value Assessment Act Amendment Act, 1910," for an assessment to be made in such year under the provisions of "The Municipal Corporations Act, 1890," in order to determine what sum could, if the said Part II. were not in operation in such Municipality, be raised under "The Municipal Corporations Act, 1890," by a rate for general purposes or for such particular purpose (as the case may be) for the same year declared under the provisions of the last-mentioned Act.

48. In a Municipality in which Part II. of "The Land Value Assessment Act, 1893," is in operation, it shall not be necessary to enter in the assessment-book, nor to specify in any notice

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The Municipal Corporations Act Amendment Act.-1914.

sent to any person liable for payment of any rate or rates in addition to any general rate, particulars of the amount in the Pound of such general rate or of such other rate or rates, or of the respective amounts payable by him in respect thereof; but it shall be sufficient to enter in the assessment-book and to specify in such notice the aggregate amount in the Pound of the general and other rate or rates, taken together, to which such person is liable, and the aggregate amount payable by him in respect thereof.

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

H. L. GALWAY, Governor.

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(a) Insert name of city or town. (b) Insert day fixed for nominations. (c) Insert Christian names and surname of proposer, and his place of residence, and his occupation. (d) Insert number on the Citizens' Roll then in force. (e) Insert name of Ward. (f) Insert Christian names and surname of seconder, and his place of residence, and his occupation. (g) Insert Christian names and surname of person nominated, and his place of residence, and his occupation. (h) Usual signature of proposer. (i) Usual signature of seconder. ) Usual signature of person nominated.

NOTE. In the case of the nomination of an alderman, the above form is to be used but substituting the word " alderman" for the word "mayor" wherever it occurs.

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(a) Insert name of city or town. (b) Insert day fixed for nominations. (c) Insert Christian names and surname of proposer, and his place of residence, and his occupation. (d) Insert number on the Citizens' Roll then in force. (e) Insert name of Ward. (ƒ) Insert Christian names and surname of seconder, and his place of residence, and his occupation. (g) Insert Christian names and surname of person nominated, and his place of residence, and his occupation. (h) Usual signature of proposer. (1) Usual signature of seconder. () Usual signature of person nominated.

SECOND

The Municipal Corporations Act Amendment Act.-1914.

SECOND SCHEDULE.

(a) That portion of the foreshore of Port Glenelg bounded by a line commencing at the south-west corner of closed road, as confirmed December 21st, 1911, west of the Wigley Reserve, hundred of Noarlunga, distant 150 links west of the south-west corner of the said reserve; thence northerly and north-easterly along the western and north-western sides of the said closed road for 558 links and 125 links respectively; thence true north across the Patawalonga Creek to high-water mark on its northern shore, and north-westerly following the said high-water mark, and highwater mark on the sea coast, for a total distance from point of commencement of 13 chains; thence true west to low-water mark; thence southerly following the said low-water mark to its intersection with the production westerly of the southern side of the said closed road; and thence easterly by the said production to the point of

commencement.

(6) At each jetty within or partly within any municipality, a strip of land bounded to seaward by the low-water mark, and being one chain in width measured equally one half to the left and one half to the right of the centre line of such jetty, or being the whole of the land under such jetty (whichever is the greater), and extending shorewards parallel to the centre line of such jetty and terminating at the extreme in-shore end of such jetty and of all structures connected therewith.

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

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