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The Electoral Rolls Act.—1901.

THE SCHEDULES.

SCHEDULE I.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTORAL CLAIM.

[Sturt] Division. [Central] District. I claim to be registered on the roll for the above division and to vote at [Glenelg).

1. I am a natural born (kor naturalised) subject of His Majesty.
2. I reside within the division.
3. I am not, within my knowledge, registered on the roll of any other

division.
† 4. I possess the following qualifications, viz. :-1

Situated at-
5. I was registered on the last roll in force for the Division of
and to vote at [

) polling place.
Dated
day of

, 19 .
Christian and surname in full-
Place of residence-

[Usual signature.] Qualifications.

* Strike out, as the case may be. † 1. Freehold, clear value of £50. 2. Registered leasehold of clear annual value of £20, with three years to run or right of purchase. 3. Occupying dwelling-house of clear annual value of £25.

Ý N.B.--State fully where qualifying property is situate-in the country giving section, in town name of street- and such other particulars as will enable it to be easily and clearly identified.

The claim, if posted addressed to “ The Registering Officer or Registrar" at the address in Schedule II. to the Electoral Code, will travel post free.

SCHEDULE IJ.
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY ELECTORAL CLAIM.

District of [West Adelaide].
I claim to be registered on the roll for the above district and to vote at (the
General Post Office).

1. I am a natural born (*or naturalised) subject of His Majesty.
2. I reside within the district.
3. I am not, within my knowledge, registered on the roll of any other

district.
4. I was registered on the last roll in force for the District of
and to vote at [

] polling place.
Dated this
day of

, 19 .
Christian and surname in full-
Place of residence-
Occupation-

[Usual signature.]

The claim, if posted addressed to “The Registering Officer or Registrar," at the address in Schedule II. to the Electoral Code, will travel post free.

* Strike out, as the case may be. N.B.-Any person wilfully making any false statement in any claim ronders him or her liable to imprisonment not exceeding two years.

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

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EDWARDI VII REGIS.

A.D. 1901.

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No. 760.

An Act to apply, out of the General Revenue, the sum of

Four Hundred Thousand Pounds to the Service
of the Year ending the Thirtieth day of June,
one thousand nine hundred and two.

[Assented to, November 6th, 1901.] DE it Enacted by the Governor, with the advice and consent of

the Parliament of South Australia, as follows:

1. Out of the General Revenue of South Australia there shall Issue and application be issued and applied, from time to time, for the service of the

of £400,000. year ending the thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and two, any sums of money not exceeding in the whole the sum of Four Hundred Thousand Pounds.

2. No payments for any establishment or service shall be inade Payments not 10,

exceed last year's out of the said sum in excess of the rates voted for similar Estimates. establishments or services on the Estimates for the year ended the thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and one, Exception. except so far as such rates are affected by the “ Civil Service Act, 1874,or by departmental regulations.

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

TENNYSON, Governor.

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

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ANNO PRIMO EDWARDI VII REGIS.

A.D. 1901.

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No. 761.
An Act to abolish Compulsory Vaccination.

[Assented to, November 30th, 1901.] DE it Enacted by the Governor, with the advice and consent of D the Parliament of South Australia, as follows:

1. (1) No parent or other person shall be liable to any penalty Exemption from under section 21 of “ The Vaccination Act, 1882,” if within six penalties. months from the birth of the child he makes a declaration before a Justice of the Peace, in the form of the Schedule hereto, that he conscientiously believes that vaccination would be prejudicial to the health of the child, and within seven days thereafter delivers to the vaccination officer such declaration.

(2) This section shall come into operation on the passing of this Act, but in its application to a child born before the passing of this Act there shall be substituted for the period of six months from the birth of the child the period of six months from the passing of this Act.

2. The Governor may, on the breaking out of smallpox in the Governor may susState, by Proclamation render section 1 inoperative for a specified pend operation and

order vaccination of time in the whole or any part of the State, and may order persons contacts. who have been contacts with a case of smallpox to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated within a specified time.

3. This Act shall continue in force until the thirtieth day of Duration. June, one thousand pine hundred and six.

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

TENNYSON, Governor.

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