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The Chaff, Hay, and Fruit Act.—1908.

and for any subsequent offence of not less than Five Pounds nor more than Fisty Pounds.

Summary proceedings.

Appeals.

16. All proceedings in respect of offences against this Act shall be by information, and shall be heard and determined in a summary way by a Special Magistrate or two Justices of the Peace for the said State, and shall be regulated by the Ordinance No. 6 of 1850, “ The Justices Procedure Amendment Act, 1883-4,” and any other Act for the time being in force relating to summary proceedings.

17. (1) There shall be an appeal to the Local Court of Adelaide in its Full Jurisdiction from any order or conviction under this Act, or from any order dismissing any information for any offence against this Act.

(2) Such appeal shall be regulated by the said Ordinance No. 6 of 1850, “ The Justices Procedure Amendment Act, 1883-4," and any Act for the time being in force regulating appeals to Local Courts.

(3) Such Local Court may state a special case for the opinion of the Supreme Court.

Regulations.

18. (1) The Governor may make regulations not inconsistent
with this Act, prescribing all matters which by this Act are required
or permitted to be prescribed, or which may be necessary or con-
venient to be prescribed for giving effect to this Act.
(2) All such regulations shall-

(a) Be published in the Government Gazette ;
(6) Take effect from the date of such publication, or from a

later date, to be specified therein; and
(C) Be laid before both Houses of Parliament within fourteen

days after publication, if Parliament is in Session, and if not, then within fourteen days after the commence

ment of the next Session. (3) Notwithstanding any publication thereof, no regulation shall continue to have any force or effect if the same is disapproved, either wholly or in part, by resolution of either House of Parliament within thirty days after such regulation has been laid before Parliament, if Parliament is so long in Session: Provided that if Parliament is not in Session for thirty days after such regulation has been laid before it, then such regulation shall not continue to have any

force or effect if disapproved by either House of Parliament within thirty days after the commencement of the next Session of Parliament.

Disapproval by
Parliament,

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

GEORGE R. LE HUNTE, Governor.

Adelaide : By authority, C. E. Bristow, Government Printer, North Terrace.

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An Act to authorise the Construction of an Additional

Railway from Port Adelaide to Glanville and for
an Additional Railway from Glanville to Largs,
and for other purposes.

[Assented to, December 23rd, 1908.]
E it Enacted by the Governor of the State of South Australia,

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

1. This Act may be cited as “The Port Adelaide, Glanville, and short title. Largs Additional Railway Act, 1908.”

2. The Acts mentioned in the Schedule hereto, and all Acts Acts incorporated. amending the said Acts, or any of them, or substituted for the same, or any of them, shall, so far as the same are severally applicable, be incorporated herewith.

3. The South Australian Railways Commissioner (hereinafter Power to construct called “the Commissioner "), in addition to any railways now

railway.
existing, may construct and maintain-
1. A railway from a point near the Port Adelaide Railway

Station to the Glanville Railway Station; and
II. A railway from the Glanville Railway Station to the Largs

Railway Station ;
together with all proper works and conveniences connected with
the said railways (including a bridge over the Port River) as the

said

The Port Adelaide, Glanville, and Largs Additional Railway

Act. -1908.

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said railways and bridge are delineated in the plan deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General at Adelaide, signed “ Alex. B. Moncrieff, Engineer-in-Chief,” and dated the twenty-fifth day of November, one thousand nine hundred and eight, or as the said railways and bridge are delineated in any plans hereafter so deposited pursuant to any law for the time being in force as to the deposit of such plans: Provided that in case the Houses of Parliament are not sitting at the time when any plans and books of reference are deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General under section 9 of “ The Railway Clauses Act, 1876," the Commissioner may make deviations under the said section before causing copies of such plans and books of reference to be laid before Parliament, but such copies shall be laid before both Houses of Parliament upon their next sitting.

Power to duplicate existing Glanville to Largs Railway.

4. Notwithstanding anything contained in the “ Largs Bay Railway Act, 1882,” or this Act, the Commissioner may, if he deems it expedient, construct the railway from Glanville Station to Largs Station authorised by this Act by laying down a second line of railway alongside the railway constructed pursuant to the “ Largs Bay Railway Act, 1882,” so that the same may be maintained and worked in connection with the railway and works and conveniences connected therewith constructed under the last mentioned Act.

remove the same.

Power to discontinue 5. If the Commissioner constructs the railway from Glanville existing Glanville to Largs Railway Bud to Station to Largs Station hereby authorised in a position or manner

other than the position or manner allowed by section 4 hereof, then it shall be lawful for the Commissioner to discontinue the working of the existing Glanville to Largs Bay Railway, or any part or parts thereof, and to take up and remove the same, and use the materials so taken up and removed as he deems expedient, or sell and dispose of such materials or any part thereof.

Gauge of railway.

6. The gauge of the railways by this Act authorised to be constructed shall be five feet three inches.

Fares, tolls, and charges.

7. The Commissioner may demand for the use of the railways by this Act authorised to be constructed, and for the carriage of goods and passengers thereon and the loading and unloading of goods, such tolls, charges, and rates as are from time to time fixed in manner prescribed by any Act or Acts under which the Commissioner may fix such tolls, charges, and rates in respect of the railways under his control.

8. No person shall have any right whatever to damages or compensation for or on account of any interference with any public or other right of navigation occasioned by the construction or maintenance of the bridge mentioned in section 3, or by the The Port Adelaide, Glanville, and Largs Additional Railway

No rights to damages or compensation.

existence

Act.-1908.

existence of such bridge; and the power hereby conferred upon the Commissioner to construct and maintain such bridge shall be paramount to any such right of navigation.

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

GEORGE R. LE HUNTE, Governor.

THE

The Port Adelaide, Glanville, and Largs Additional Railway

Act.-1908.

Sec. 2.

THE SCHEDULE.

“ The Lands Clauses Consolidation Act."

Act No. 26 of 1855-6, being an Act to amend “The Lands Clauses Consolidation Act."

“ The Lands Clauses Consolidation Amendment Act, 1881."
“ The Railways Clauses Consolidation Act."

Act No. 6 of 1858, being an Act to amend “The Railways Clauses Consolidation
Act."

“ The Railways Clauses Act, 1876.
“ The South Australian Railways Commissioners Act, 1887."
“ The South Australian Railways Commissioners Act Amendment Act, 1894.”
“ The South Australian Railways Commissioners Further Amendment Act, 1906."

Adelaide : By authority, C. E. Bristow, Government Printer, North Terrace.

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