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Summary proceedings for offences.


Special case.

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been laid before it, such resolution shall thereupon cease to have effect, but without affecting the validity or curing the invalidity of anything done, or of the omission of anything, in the meantime.

This subsection shall apply notwithstanding that the said fourteen sitting days, or some of them, do not occur in the same Session or Parliament as that in which the regulation is laid before such House.

(4) When a resolution has been passed as mentioned in subsection (3) hereof, notice of such resolution shall be published in the Government Gazette.

10. (1) All proceedings in respect of offences against this Act shall be by information heard and determined in a summary way by a Special Magistrate, and shall be regulated by the Ordinance No. 6 of 1850, and any amendments thereof, or any other Act or Acts regulating summary proceedings before Justices of the Peace.

(2) All convictions and orders made by such Magistrate may be enforced as provided by the said Ordinance or any other such Act as aforesaid.

11. (1) There shall be an appeal from—

(a) any conviction by any Special Magistrate;

(b) any order of a Special Magistrate dismissing any infor mation; or

(c) any other order made by a Special Magistrate

under this Act.

(2) Such appeal shall be to the Local Court of Adelaide in its Full Jurisdiction.

(3) The proceedings on such appeal shall be regulated by the Ordinance No. 6 of 1850, and any amendments thereof, or any other Act regulating appeals to Local Courts: Provided that the Local Court may make such order as to costs as it thinks fit, although such costs exceed Ten Pounds.

12. (1) The Local Court upon the hearing of any such appeal may state a special case or cases for the opinion of the Supreme Court.

(2) The Supreme Court shall hear and decide any such special case according to the practice of the Supreme Court on special cases, and may make such order therein, including any order as to costs, as to the said Court appears just.

(3) The Supreme Court may send the special case back for amendment, or may itself amend the same.

(4) The

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(4) The Magistrate, 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 Local Court, may be enforced in manner provided by section 10 or otherwise by law.

of this Act.

13. Any moneys required for the purposes of this Act shall be Moneys for purposes paid out of moneys provided by Parliament for such purposes.

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

this Bill

H. L. GALWAY, Governor.



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No. 1157.

An Act to incorporate Amendments in Reprints of
Amended Acts.

[Assented to, September 24th, 1914.]

E it Enacted by the Governor of the State of South Australia,
with the advice and consent of the Parliament thereof, as


1. This Act may be cited as "The Amendments Incorporation Short title. Act, 1914."

2. (1) When any Act has, before or after the passing of this Act, Incorporation of been amended by

(a) the repeal or omission of certain words or figures, or

(b) the substitution of certain words or figures in lieu of any
words or figures struck out or repealed, or

(c) the insertion or addition of certain words or figures,
then, in any reprint of such Act by the Government Printer, such
Act shall be printed as so amended.

(2) In every reprint of an Act so amended, reference shall be made in the margin or in a footnote to the enactments by which the amendments were respectively made.

(3) In this Act, the term "words "includes Part, Division, heading, section, subsection paragraph and subdivision of a section, Schedule, and every other passage in an Act.

3. There

amendments in reprints of Acts.

Com. 13, 1905, s. 2.

References to amending Acts.

Ibid., s. 3.

Government Printer

to act on certificate

of Clerk of Parliaments.

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3. There shall be printed on every reprint issued by the Government Printer of any Act which has, before or after the passing of this Act, been amended, a short reference to every Act by which it has been amended.

4. The Government Printer shall not make any reprint in pursuance of this Act except upon a certificate in writing of the Clerk of Parliaments.

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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