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An Act for the Further Appropriation of the Revenue for

the Year ended June Thirtieth, One Thousand
Nine Hundred and Eight, and for the General
Appropriation of the Revenue for the Year
ending June Thirtieth, One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Nine.

[Assented to, December 23rd, 1908.]
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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- Appropriation of tralia, and the produce of all or any other the General Public General Revenue. Revenues of the said State, not otherwise by law specially appropriated, there shall or may be further issued and 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

FIRSTLY.–For defraying the Excess of Expenditure for the Excesses on Votes, Government Establishments and Public Services beyond the Grant 1907-8.

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for the year ended the thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and eight, there shall be paid the sum of Two Hundred and Forty-two Thousand Six Hundred and Thirty-four Pounds Thirteen Shillings and Four Pence, the said amount being appropriated as follows, viz. :

£ The Legislature

1,586 15 5 Chief Secretary, &c.

8,659 19

7 Attorney-General

650 11 2 Treasurer, &c.

11,144 11 8 Commissioner of Crown Lands and Minister of Agriculture, &c.

20,219 15 11 Commissioner of Public Works and Minister of Education 200,372 19 7

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Estimates, 1908-9.

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SECONDLY.—For defraying the charge of the State Government for the year ending the thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and nine, there shall be paid the sum of Two Millions One Hundred and Fifty-one Thousand Two Hundred and Two Pounds, the said amount being appropriated as follows, viz.:

£ d. Legislative Council..

2,037 0 0 House of Assembly..

3,393 0 0 Parliamentary Library

505 0 0 Office-keeper and Caterer, Parliament House

930 0 0 Legislature Generally

11,827 0 0 Private Secretary

250 0 0 Office of Chief Secretary

1,712 0 0 Statistical Department

1,806 0 0 Audit

5,107 0 0 Public Actuary

975 0 0 Sheriff

1,033 0 0 Registrar-General Births, Deaths, and Marriages

2,538 0 0 Printing and Stationery Offices

26,133 0 0 Police

84,347 0 0 Gaols and Prisons

14,798 0 0 Medical Officers

880 0 0 Hospitals ..

32,948 0 0 Lunatic Asylum

27,748 0 0 Destitute Persons

21,573 0 0 State Children..

20,499 0 0 Central Board of Health

2,030 0 0 Quarantine

730 0 0 Department of Industry.

2,121 0 0 Retiring Allowances and Gratuities

11,575 0 0 Miscellaneous (Chief Secretary)

20,036 0 0 Law Officers

3,396 0 0 Public Trustee

0 0 Supreme Court

5,066 0 0 Probate and Succession Duties Office

1,371 0 0 Registrar of Companies' Office

65 0 0 Court of Insolvency

1,990 0 0 Magistrates and Local Courts

9,215 0 0 Coroners

490

990

0 0 Registrar-General of Deeds

6,235 0 0 Miscellaneous (Attorney-General)

1,895 0 0 The Treasury

4,677 0 0 Agent-General in England

3,483 0 0 Land and Income Tax Department

14,555 0 0

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d. Stamp Duty Department

1,030 0 0 Interest and Exchange

20,000 0 0 Unclaimed Moneys, Repayment of

250 () 0 Miscellaneous (Treasurer and Attorney-General). .

1,080 0 0 Office of Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration

and Minister of Mines and Agriculture and Intelligence 49,927 0 Woods and Forests..

10,080 0 Survey

30,592 0 Experimental Agriculture

5,724 0 Agricultural College

10,180 0 Stock and Brands

3,422 0 Botanic Garden

6,850 0 Produce Department

25,968 0 Public Works

106,050 0 Miscellaneous (Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration, &c.)

21,640 0 Office of Commissioner of Public Works, &c.

1,358 0 Office of Minister of Education

750 0 Engineering

50,335 0 Works and Buildings Department

5,638 0 Government Offices

1,850 0 Cemeteries

1,387 0 Railways .

1,006,985 0 Supply and Tender Board

16,375 0 Marine Board .

31,401 0 Aborigines

4,210 0 Education Department

171,313 0 Public Library, Museum, Art Gallery, Art Schools, and Institutes

13,737 0 0 Schools of Mines and Industries and Technological Museum 7,857 0 0 Observatory

500 0 0 Public Works .

186,546 0 0 Miscellaneous (Commissioner of Public Works and Minister of Education)

7,148 0 0

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Total Estimates, 1908-9

£2,151,202 0 0

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THIRDLY.— For defraying the Excess of Expenditure for the Excesses on Votes, Government Establishments and Public Services of the Northern Northern Territory,

1907-8. Territory beyond the Grants for the year ended the thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and eight, there shall be paid the sum of Four Thousand Four Hundred and Fifty-Seven Pounds Three Shillings and Nine Pence, the said amount being appropriated as follows, viz.:

£ Government Resident

183 11 0 Police

377 6 11 Gaol ..

15 08 Charitable Institutions

629 11 5 Board of Health

0 16 8 Law Officers

44 9 0 Marine

945 10 10 Botanic Garden

4 9 4 Survey

103 4 6 Goldfields and Mining

542 10 0 Education

35 13 7 Railways—Palmerston and Pine Creek Line

656 17 7 Public Works ..

724 8 4. Retiring Allowances and Gratuities

41 1 3 Miscellaneous

152 12 8

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Total Excesses on Votes, Northern Territory, 1907-8

£4,457 3 9

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Appropriation Act.—1908.

Northern Territory
Estimates, 1908-9.

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FOURTHLY.–For defraying the charge of the Northern Territory for the year ending the thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and nine, there shall be paid out of the Northern Territory Revenues the sum of One Hundred and Five Thousand Six Hundred and Fourteen Pounds, the said amount being appropriated as follows, viz.:

£ 8. d. Office of the Minister Controlling the Northern Territory 740) 0 0 Government Resident

2,646 0 0 Police

8,081 0 0 Gaol

1,419 0 0 Charitable Institutions

3,715 0 0 Board of Health

40 0 0 Law Officers

420 0 0 Marine

3,325 0 0 Stock and Brands

430 0 Botanic Garden

860 0 0 Survey

1,226 0 0 Goldfields and Mining

20,981 0 0 Education

580 0 0 Railways and Tramways

14,755 0 0 Public Works

9,722 0 0 Miscellaneous

36,674 0 0

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Treasurer to pay the orders of Governor, and discharge by receipt of party.

2. The Treasurer shall issue and pay, from time to time, any sum or sums of money for the purposes herein before mentioned, not exceeding in the whole the sums respectively in that behalf hereinbefore specified, to such persons and in such portions as the Governor for the time being shall, by any order or orders in writing signed by him and countersigned by the Chief Secretary, from time to time direct; 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 shall have been so paid shall be to him a full discharge for the sum or sums for which the same receipts shall have been respectively given, and the amounts thereof shall be passed to his credit in account accordingly.

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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