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No. 1. Annual Allowances to late employés in the Government Rail

way Service

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No. 2. Annual Allowances as Compensation :

Fanny K. Cooke- Allowance for permanent injuries received

in Railway Collision at Sunbury, 1872
Helena A. Wilson-Allowance for permanent injuries received

in Railway Collision at Windsor, March, 1882 ...
John Smith-Allowance for being disabled whilst in the

execution of his duty as an Engine-cleaner
Margaret Darcy-Allowance for permanent injury received

at South Melbourne, March, 1889

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No. 3. To pay Pensions, computed on the basis of section 44 of Act 25

Vict. No. 160, to Officers who have retired in consequence of
changes in the Department, and who were not entitled to

Pensions under Act 54 Vict. No. 1135 ...
No. 4. To provide for the difference between the amount of Pension due

and the minimum of £30 per annum payable to certain Officers
who have retired under Act 54 Vict. No. 1135 since
January, 1895

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XU.- MINISTER OF RAILWAYS-continued.

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1,965,040

8,82

Brought forward DIVISION No. 87.

MISCELLANEOUS-continued.

Brought forward
No. 5. To difference between the amount of Pension paid, computed at

reduced rate of pay, and Pension computed at rate of pay prior
to reduction :--
Samuel Alexander Brown

£9 7 9
William Richard Clark

1 10 u Frederick Edward Fowler

15 13 2 Alexander Glenn

2 8 3 George McKinlay

34 4 James Walker

19 8 4

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No. 6. Gratuities in cases of Officers retired, &c. (calculated at the rate

of one month's pay for each year of service)

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No. 7. To difference between the amount of Pension paid computed at

rate of pay prior to 8th May, 1903, and rate of pay prior to

retirement-John Lowden, £4 7s. 2d.
No. 8. To amount of Pension paid instead of Pension computed on the

basis of section 44 of Act 25 Vict. No. 160 to Officers who
have retired in consequence of changes in the Department-

George Fairbairn Love, £140 .
No. 9. To pay Pensions at half-rate only (now increased) :-
Thomas Lawrence Lowry

£20 15

1 Thomas Moran

31 0 0 Charles William Young

75 0 0

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Total Division No. 87

9,125

Total Minister of Railways

Amount brought forward from Total to MINISTER OF HEALTA

1,974,165 2,477,642 4,451,807

200,000 £ 4,251,807

Deduct TREASURER'S ADVANCE

TOTAL AMOUNT OF SECOND SCHEDULE, PART II.

By Authority: Robt. S. Brain, Government Printer, Melbourne.

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No. 2015.
An Act to provide for the Incorporation and
Government of The Talbot Colony for Epileptics
and for other purposes.

[12th December, 1905.]

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HEREAS there have been placed in the hands of Edward Miller Preamble.

Member money amounting in the aggregate to at least Seven thousand pounds which sums and any additional sums coming into the hands of the said Edward Miller for the undermentioned purposes are hiereinafter called the Fund whether arising from a grant by Parliament or from voluntary subscriptions by divers persons with the object of establishing an Institution for the cure and treatment of persons suffering from Epilepsy or arising from any other sources: And whereas for the effectual establishment of the said Institution and the management of its affairs and the better maintenance care and control of the property both real and personal of the said Institution it is desirable that the said Institution should be incorporated: Be it therefore enacted by the King's Most Excellent Majesty by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly of Victoria in this present Parliament assembled and by the authority of the same as follows (that is to say): 1. This Act may for all purposes be cited as The

Talbot Short title. Colony for Epileptics Act 1905.

2. The

The objects,

Incorporation of the Institution.

Real and personal property vested in the Institution.

2. The objects of the Institution are the cure and treatment of persons suffering from epilepsy.

3. (1) All persons who have contributed to the Fund and who may hereafter contribute to the funds of the Institution shall be a body politic and corporate by the name of “The Talbot Colony for Epileptics” and shall by that name have a perpetual succession and shall adopt and have a common seal and shall by the same name sue and be sued in all Courts and places whatsoever and shall have power to compound or to prove in any competent Court all debts due to the Institution and shall be capable in law of taking purchasing and holding all real and personal property whatsoever and with the consent of the Governor in Council of selling mortgaging exchauging granting demising letting or otherwise disposing of the real estate and without such consent the personal estate or any part thereof respectively.

(2) Where any land is or lias been granted by the Crown for the purposes of the Institution such land shall not be disposed of or dealt with by the Institution otherwise than in accordance with the terms and conditions on which the same shall have been granted.

4. The Fund and all other property which at the time of the passing of this Act are held by the said Edward Miller or by any other person or persons in trust for the purposes of the Institution shall be and the same are hereby transferred to and vested in the Institution for the purposes of this Act.

5. The Institution shall be governed by a committee of management (hereinafter called the Council) of not less than twelve menibers to be elected by the contributors for the time being to the Institution, and the Council or any seven of them shall have and exercise all the powers and authorities vested in the Institution ; and one-fourth part of the Council and no more may be honorary medical men on the staff of the Institution and the president vice-presidents and treasurer of the Institution shall by virtue of their respective offices be members of the Council. The following persons shall be the Council :

The Honorable Lady Talbot, President ; Lady Wrixon and

Henry Weedon (the Lord Mayor of Melbourne), Vice-
Presidents; The Honorable Edward Miller, Treasurer ;
Janet Lady Clarke, Lady Gillott, Mrs. Anna Bertha Fraser,
Mrs. Alice Jane Murray, Mrs. Margaret Saddler, Miss
Elizabeth Glover, Messieurs Harry Emmerton, John Yorke
Fishbourne, Arthur Ernest Tyndall Payne, Charles Pleas-
ance, John William Springthorpe, and Richard Rawdon

Stawell,
and they shall (subject to death or resignation) continue in office until
the annual meeting to be held on the second Thursday in the month
of January in the year One thousand nine hundred and seven or until
any other earlier or later date fixed by by-law for the annual meeting
of members.

6. Unless

Executive officers of

the Institution. (Section 6 of the Hospitals and Charities Act.)

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