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Habitual Criminals Amendment Act.—1907.

SCHEDULE.

Classification for the purposes of this Act of sections of The Criminal Law

Consolidation Act, 1876."
Class 1. Sections 28 to 32 inclusive-Wounding.

JI. Sections 33 to 35 inclusive—Poisoning.
m. Sections 60 to 75 inclusive-Sexual offences.
Ir. Sections 78 to 79 inclusive--Abortion.
v. Sections 160 to 163 inclusive-Robbery.

Sections 164 to 170 inclusive-Extortion.
Sections 171 to 180 inclusive —Burglary, &c.
Sections 134 to 139, and 182 to 183 inclusive-Larceny.
Sections 188 to 212 inclusive-Embezzlement.

Sections 213 to 221 inclusive-False pretences. “ vi. Sections 81 to 88 inclusive-Arson. vir. Under any of the sections in Part V. of “ The Criminal Law Consolida

tion Act, 1876”—Forgery. “ vill. Under any of the sections in Part VI. of “ The Criminal Law Con

solidation Act, 1876 ”—Coinage.

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EDWARDI VII REGIS.

A.D. 1907.

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No. 928.
An Act to amend the “Pinnaroo Railway Act.”

[Assented to, December 12th, 1907.] DE it Enacted by the Governor of the State of South Australia,

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

1. This Act may be cited as the “Pinnaroo Railway Act Amend. Short title. ment Act, 1907," and shall be incorporated and read as one with the “Pinnaroo Railway Act” (hereinafter called “the principal Act.")

2. The holder of any agreement under section 8 of the principal Existing agreement

may be surrendered Act may, upon payment of the usual fees, surrender such agreement for new. and obtain a new agreement in lieu thereof, and as regards any agreement so surrendered made prior to the first day of September, one thousand nine hundred and six, the new agreement shall date and commence as from the said first day of September, and the holder shall be credited in or towards payments due or becoming due under the new agreement with all principal moneys paid under such surrendered agreement on account of the purchase of the land included therein.

3. Section 11 of the principal Act is hereby amended by striking Amendment of

sec. 11 of principal out the last line thereof and substituting therefor the words Act. “ under · The Crown Lands Act, 1903, or any amendment thereof." Ibid.

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

GEORGE R. LE HUNTE, Governor.

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Births, Marriages, and Deaths Registration Amendment Act.—1907.

Registrar, a certificate under his hand according to the form in the Sixth Schedule to this Act, setting forth to the best of his knowledge and belief the cause of death, which certificate such nearest of kin, occupier, or other person shall, when notifying the death, deliver to the District Registrar or Registrar-General, and such medical practitioner refusing or neglecting to give such certificate shall be liable to a penalty of not exceeding Five Pounds.

Powers of Deputy
Registrar.

6. The Deputy Registrar of Births and Deaths appointed under “ The Registration of Births and Deaths Act. 1874," shall have the same powers and may perform and exercise the same duties and authorities as the Registrar-General of Births and Deaths.

Fees to be paid into 7. From and after the twenty-fourth day of November, one revenue.

thousand nine hundred and four, all fees levied and received by any Act 851 of 1904, sec. I. Deputy Registrar of Births and Deaths, District Registrar, Assistant

Registrar, or other person authorised under any Act relating to the levying, receiving, or collecting of fees for the registration of births and deaths, shall be forthwith forwarded by the persons so levying, receiving, or collecting to the Registrar-General of Births and Deaths, at Adelaide, and shall be applied to the purposes of the General Revenue of the State: Provided, nevertheless, that when a Registrar is only an Assistant Registrar this section shall not apply to the fee of Two Shillings and Six Pence levied and received by him in connection with the late registration of a birth or a death, which last-mentioned fee shall be retained by such Assistant Registrar for his services in connection with such late registration.

Forms.

8. The forms in the Schedules hereto shall hereafter be used as the forms of certificates of the registration of births and deaths respectively.

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

GEORGE R. LE HUNTE, Governor.

overnor.

SCHEDULES

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

Mary Jane
June 30th, 1903, | George | Male | John Thomas

Brown,
1897

Chemist, James Edward | July 15th | Max H. Wilson at Rundle Street, James

Brown
formerly

Rundle Street, Smith,
Hindmarsh Ward,

30 years,
Smith

Adelaide uncle,
Adelaide
London, 24 years,

Brown Street,
England Ballarat,

Adelaide
Victoria
Entered at the
Registry Office, this day of

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(Signature of)

Registrar.
Note.- When the birth takes place in or at any public or private building used as a hospital, lunatic or destitute asylum, nursing or lying-in home, prison or reformatory, the
name by which such building is known must also be entered in the first column.

Births, Marriages, and Deaths Registration Amendment Act.—1907.

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Entered at the
Registry Office, this day of
(Signature of)

Registrar.
Notg.–When the deceased is a young person of no occupation, or a child, or a married woman, or a widow, the rank can be entered, as the case may require, thus :-“Son of
(or wife of) John James Brown, tailor,” or “Widow of the late Thomas Jones, carpenter.” When the death takes place in or at any public or private building used as a hospital,
lunatic or destitute asylum, nursing or lying-in home, prison or reformatory, the name by which such building is known must also be stated in the twelfth column.

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