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Mile End Overway Bridge Act.1925.

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(3) The pieces of land delineated on the plan in the Schedule hereto and therein hachured in black and marked “C” and “D”, being portions of a certain public street under the care, control, and management of the Corporation of the Town of Thebarton are hereby vested in the Municipal Tramways Trust for an estate of fee simple and shall from the commencement of this Act cease to form portion of the said public street.

Opening of certain public streets.

3. (1) The street delineated in the plan in the Schedule hereto and therein stippled in black and marked “1” (which said street is carried above the ground level by means of the overway bridg shown in the plan in the Schedule) is decla red to be a public street.

(2) The piece of land delineated in the plan in the Schedule hereto and therein stippled in black and marked “2” is declared to be a public street.

Obligation to maintain overway bridge.

4. (1) Notwithstanding any provision in any other Act to the contrary, the overway bridge shown in the plan in the Schedule hereto and all the abutments of the said bridge shall be maintained by the Municipal Tramways Trust at all times.

(2) Nothing in this section (but without limiting the operation of any other Act) shall require the Municipal Tramways Trust to maintain any portion of the roadway comprised in any portion of the public street hereinbefore referred to which is carried above the ground level by means of the said overway bridge.

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

TOM BRIDGES, Governor.

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

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An Act to further amend the Width of Tires Act, 1923.

[Assented to, January 6th, 1926.] E it Enacted by the Governor of the State of South Australia,

BE

follows

1. (1) This Act may be cited as the “Width of Tires Act Short titles.
Amendment Act, 1925.
(2) The Width of Tires Acts, 1923 and 1924, and this Act

may

be cited together as the “Width of Tires Acts, 1923 to 1925."

(3) The Width of Tires Act, 1923, is hereinafter referred to as “the No. 1580 of 1923. principal Act.”

2. Section 7 of the principal Act is amended by striking out the Amendment of words “not within a local government area” in the third line of principal Act, s. 7–

Authorised officers. subsection (2) thereof.

s. 16

3. Section 16 of the principal Act is amended

Amendment of ibid., (a) by striking out the words “ at the request of any

Council » Alteration of

minimum loads by in the first line thereof;

regulation.
(6) by striking out the words “only to the area of such
b

Council in the second line thereof, and by substituting
therefor the words “to the road or portion of the State
specified in the regulations” ; and

(c) by

Width of Tires Act Amendment Act.-1925.

(c) by adding the following proviso at the end of subsection (1)

thereof:
Provided that no such regulations shall be made until
one month after the proposed cegulations have been
forwarded by the Minister to the Council in the area
of which the said road or portion of the State is situated
and any suggestions of the Council in relation thereto

(if any) have been considered by the Minister.
4. Section 20 of the principal Act is amended so as to real as
follows:

20. All money collected as fines in respect of convictions under this Act shall be paid into General Revenue: Provided that where any fine is imposed in respect of an offence committed within a local government area and the complaint in respect of the offence was made by an officer of the Council of such area, one moiety of such fine shall be paid to the Council for the use and benefit of the area.

Amendment of ibid., 8. 20

Appropriation of penalties

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

TOM BRIDGES, Governor.

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

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