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The Motor Vehicles Act.—1907.

Sec. 12.

THE SIXTH SCHEDULE.
Licence to Drive a Motor Vehicle or Motor Cycle.

........[full name), of................is hereby licensed to drive a motor [here insert“ vehicle" or "cycle," as the case may be] for the period of twelve months, from the.............. day of.............., 19 ., until the ..............day of.............., 19....

........, Registrar.

Sec. 13.

THE SEVENTH SCHEDULE.

“ The Motor Vehicles Act, 1907." Application for Renewal of Licence to Drive Motor. To the Registrar of Motor Vehicles. 1. Number of licence ........................... 2. Postal address of residence of applicant ................ 3. Whether applicant has since date of last grant or renewal of the licence been

disqualified for obtaining a licence .... Signature of applicant ....... Date of application ....

Sec. 13.

THE EIGHTH SCHEDULE. “ The Motor Vehicles Act, 1907.

Form of Renewal of Licence. The licence No........., granted by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles is hereby renewed, so as to be in force for twelve months from the.......... day of............, 19...., until the................day of........, 19......

.......... Registrar.

Limitation of speed.
Sec. 29.

THE NINTH SCHEDULE.
1. No person shall drive or ride a motor vehicle-
(a) At a greater speed than twelve miles an hour in King William, Rundle,

Hindley, Grenfell, Currie, Pirie, and Waymouth Streets, within the
municipality of the city of Adelaide, and any street or thoroughfare

between any such streets :
(6) At a greater speed than four miles an hour in Rundle Street and Hindley

Street from King William Street to Morphett Street, within the said
municipality, between the hours of seven and ten o'clock on Saturday

nights:
(c) At a greater speed than fifteen miles an hour in any other street within

the said municipality not named in subsection (a) hereof :
(d) At a greater rate than six miles an hour when turning the corners or

crossing the intersections of any streets or thoroughfares named in

subsection (a) hereof within the said municipality :
(e) At a greater speed than fifteen miles an hour within the boundaries of

the municipalities of Brighton, Burra, Gawler, Glenelg, Hindmarsh,
Kadina, Kensington and Norwood, Moonta, Mount Gambier, Port
Adelaide, Petersburg, Port Pirie, St. Peters, Thebarton, Unley, and

Wallaroo :
f) At a greater speed than six miles an hour when turning the corners of any

streets or thoroughfares within the last-mentioned municipalities :
(9) At a greater speed than twenty miles an hour within the districts of

Burnside, Campbelltown, Marion, Mitcham, Payneham, Prospect,
Walkerville, West Torrens, Woodville, and Yatala South, except
when meeting or passing any person riding any horse or driving any
horse and vehicle, when the greatest speed shall not exceed fifteen

miles an hour:
(h) At a greater speed than thirty miles an bour in any other part of the State

not included within the boundaries of the municipalities and districts
mentioned above.

2. When

The Motor Vehicles Act.—1907.

Positiun of number 2. When another vehicle is attached to a motor vehicle, either in front or behind, plates on motor

the plate required to be fixed on the front or on the back of the motor vehicle, or a vehicles.

duplicate of such plate, shall be fixed on the front or on the back of the vehicle attached, as the case requires, in the same manner as the plate is required to be fixed

on the motor vehicle. Registrar may supply 3. The Registrar may supply number plates to the owner of any motor vehicle number plates.

registered under these regulations, and shall make such charges therefor as shall be

fixed by the Minister. Notice of alteration. 4. Any alteration in color of painting of any motor vehicle, or of the form of the

body thereof, shall be notified to the Registrar by the owner of such motor vehicle

within seven days of the making of such alteration. Displaying numbers 5. Whenever between the half-hour after sunset and the half-hour before sunrise by night.

a motor vehicle is used in any street, the lamps carried by such motor vehicle shall be so kept burning as to illuminate by means of reflection, transparency, or otherwise, and make plainly visible, the number displayed on the number plate fixed

to the back of such motor vehicle, or to the back of any vehicle attached thereto. Want of control of 6. No driver or rider of any motor vehicle shall, when on such vehicle, be in a motor vehicles position that he cannot have control over the same, or quit the motor vehicle, without Obstruction to traffic. having taken due precaut

traffic. having taken due precautions against its being started in his absence, or allow the

motor vehicle or a vehicle drawn thereby to stand on such street so as to cause an

unnecessary obstruction thereof. Efficiency of silencer 7. Every driver or rider of a motor vehicle shall always have an efficient silencer attachment.

attached to such motor vehicle, in full and efficient working order, and always connected with the proper portion of the engine of such motor vehicle, so as to reduce by at least 40 per cent. the noise which would otherwise result from the working of the engine of such vehicle, and shall not in any case have attached to such silencer, or otherwise connected therewith, any device or machinery whereby such silencer

may be rendered inefficient or unworkable, or its efficiency in any way lessened. Rule of the road.

8. Every driver or rider of a motor vehicle shall, when meeting any person riding any horse or driving any horse and carriage, keep the motor vehicle on the left or near side of the street, and when passing any such person proceeding in the same direction keep the motor vehicle on the right or off side of the street.

9. Whenever the driver of a motor vehicle shall meet a timid or restive horse, whether in a carriage or otherwise, the driver or rider of which shall signal by raising his hand that such horse is timid or restive, the driver of such motor vehicle shall immediately take the same to his proper side of the road, stop, and shut off the engine until all reasonable possibility of an accident has been averted.

10. Whenever the driver of a motor is about to meet or pass a flock of sheep such driver shall immediately so far reduce the speed of his vehicle as to enable the flock to be passed without risk of injury to the sheep.

11. No driver of a motor vehicle shall drive at a greater speed than six miles per hour when passing schools at the times when the children are coming out of such schools at the close of school duties.

12. Whenever the driver of a motor vehicle shall overtake and is passing a horse or carriage he shall reduce the pace of such motor vehicle to a rate not exceeding

fifteen miles an hour until he has passed such horse or carriage. Licence may issue to 13. If any person applies for a licence, and the Registrar is satisfied that he has non-resident of State. no residence in South Australia, he shall, if the applicant is otherwise entitled, grant

him a licence. Registrar may issue

14. In the event of the holder of a licence satisfying the Registrar that he has lost duplicate when original licence lost.

such licence, or circumstances have transpired that do not make such licence available, the Registrar may, on payment of a fee of one shilling, issue a duplicate of such licence; and such duplicate shall have the same effect as the original licence or renewal, as the case may be.

15. No person shall use or attempt to use a licence issued to or in the name of any other person.

16. The penalty for the breach of any regulation shall, unless otherwise prescribed, be not more than Ten Pounds.

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

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EDWARDI VII REGIS.

A.D. 1907.

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No. 939.

An Act for the Further Appropriation of the Revenue for

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

[Assented to, December 21st, 1907.]
W HEREAS, by various Acts and Ordinances of the State of Preamble.

TV 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

General Revenue. tralia, and the produce of all or any other the General Public Revenues of the said State, not otherwise by law specially appropriated, there shall or may be further issued and applied, in the inanner hereinafter mentioned, any sums of money not exceeding in amount respectively the several sums of money hereinafter specified, that is to sayFIRSTLY.-For defraying the Excess of Expenditure for the Excesses on Voles,

1906-7. Government Establishments and Public Services beyond the Grant

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for the year ended the thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and seven, there shall be paid the sum of One Hundred and Twenty-three Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-one Pounds Ten Shillings and Two Pence, the said amount being appropriated as follows, viz. :

£ $. d. The Legislature .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2,480 17 5 Chief Secretary, &c. .. ..

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6,752 17 8 Attorney-General .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1,522 19 3 Treasurer, &c. ..

3,317 18 2 Commissioner of Crown Lands and Minister of Agriculture, &c.

.. 8,463 0 1 Commissioner of Public Works and Minister of Education 101,333 17 7

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SECONDLY.For defraying the charge of the State Govern. ment for the year ending the thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and eight, there shall be paid the sum of One Million Nine Hundred and Thirty-seven Thousand Nine Hun. dred and Sixteen Pounds, the said amount being appropriated as follows, viz.:

£ s. d. Legislative Council.. .,

2,037 0 0 House of Assembly.. .. .

3,277 0 0 Parliamentary Library .. .

500 0 0 Office-keeper and Caterer, Parliament House

915 0 0 Legislature Generally si

13,427 0 0 Private Secretary .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

250 0 ..

0 Office of Chief Secretary .

1,687 0 0 Audit .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

5,131 0 0 Public Actuary .. .. .. .. .. ..

935 0 ..

0 Sheriff .. .. ...

983 0 0 Registrar-General Births, Deaths, and Marriages

2,663 0 0 Printing and Stationery Offices ..

24,354 0 0 Police

79,397 0 0 Gaols and Prisons .. ..

.. 15,342 0 0 Medical Officers ...

870 0 0 Hospitals .. .. ..

29,897 0 0 Lunatic Asylum ..

27,628 0 0 Destitute Persons .. ..

21,744 0 0 State Children.. .. ..

20,216 0 0 Central Board of Health ..

1,980 0 0 Quarantine . . . . . . .

720 0 0 Department of Industry.. ..

1,230 0 0 Retiring Allowances and Gratuities

14,000 0 0 Miscellaneous (Chief Secretary) ..

18.481 0 0 Law Officers .. .. .. .. ..

2,842 0 0

.. Public Trustee .. ..

908 0 0 .. Supreme Court

5,110 0 0 Probate and Succession Duties Office

1,341 0 0 Registrar of Companies' Office .

65 0 0 Court of Insolvency .. .. ...

1,985 0 0 Magistrates and Local Courts ..

9,093 0 0 Coroners .. .. .. ..

0 ..

610 0

.. . Registrar-General of Deeds .. ..

5,891 00 Miscellaneous (Attorney-General)

1,895 0 0 The Treasury .. .. .. .. .. ..

4,565' 0 0 Agent-General in England .. .,

3,485 0 0

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£ $. d. Land and Income Tax Department

13,689 0 0 Stamp Duty Department

.. 1,216 0 0 Interest and Exchange .. .. .. ..

16,000 0 Unclaimed Moneys, Repayment of

200 (1 0 Miscellaneous (Treasurer and Attorney-Genera

1,080 0 0 Department of Lands, Mines, and Roads . . . . . .

.. 14,742 0 0 Woods and Forests.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

7,840 0 0 Survey .. .. .. ..

29,907 0 Department of Agriculture and Intelligence

16,602 0 Stock and Brands .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...

3,476 0 0 Botanic Garden

6,450 0 0 Produce Export Department.. .. .. ... .. .. 17,791 0 Public Works ..

.. 100,000 0 0 Miscellaneous (Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration, &c.) .. .. ..

25,310 0 0 Office of Commissioner of Public Works .. .. .. .. 1,219 0 0 Office of Minister of Education .. ..

750 0 0 Engineering .. .. .. ..

59,040 0 0 Works and Buildings Department

4,973 0 0 Government Offices . . . . . . . .

1,853 0 0 Cemeteries .. . .. .

1,239 0 0 Railways .. ..

900,041 0 0 Supply and Tender Board

12,712 0 0 Marine Board .. .. .. ..

28,684 0 0 Aborigines . . . . . . .

.. .. 4,710 0 0 Education Department .. ..

. .. 160,687 0 0 Public Library, Museum, and Art Gallery, and Institutes .. 13,485 0 0 Schools of Mines and Industries and Technological Museum 8,007 0 0 Observatory .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1,170 0 0 Public Works .. ...

. .. .. 153,602 00 Miscellaneous Commissioner of Public Works and Minister of Education)

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5,927 0 0

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THIRDLY.-For defraying the Excess of Expenditure for the Excesses on Votes,

Northern Territory, Government Establishments and Public Services of the Northern 1906. Territory beyond the Grants for the year ended the thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and seven, there shall be paid the sum of Nine Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Nine Pounds Five Shillings and One Penny, the said amount being appropriated as follows, viz.:

£ s. d. Government Resident

529 4 10 Police

238 1 7 Gaol .. ..

8 99 Charitable Institutions

237 9 2 Law Officers o. ...

359 19 0 Marine . .. ...

2,071 3 2 Botanic Gardens ...

42 12 9 Survey .. .. ..

452 14 1 Goldfields and Mining

3,522 10 4 Education ..

16 16 9 Railways and Tramways-Palmerston and Pine Creek Line 319 0 8 Public Works .. .. .. ..

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. 1,383 12 6 Total Excesses on Votes, Northern Territory, 1906-7 .. £9,769 5 1

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