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AN ACT relating to Members of the Federal .Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia.

[Assented to, 5th December, 1900.]

E it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and

Legislative Assembly of Western Australia, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows (that is to say):

1. THIS Act may be cited as the Constitution Act Amendment Act, 1900, and shall be read and construed as one with the Con- Short title and con. stitution Act, 1889, and its amendments.

struction.

2. NO Member of either House of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia shall, at the same time, be qualified for Federal Members for

Disqualification of nomination or election as a Member of either House of the Parlia- Western Australian ment of Western Australia.

3.

Parliament.

Constitution Act- Amendment.

Members of Western
Australian Parlia-

3. WHEN any Member of either House of the Parliament of

Western Australia is elected a Member of either House of the ment to vacate seats Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, he shall vacate his on sitting in Federal Parliament.

seat in the Parliament of Western Australia on taking his seat in the Parliament of the Commonwealth.

In the name and on behalf of the Queen I hereby assent to this Act.

ALEX. C. ONSLOW, Administrator.

By Authority: RICHARD PETHER, Government Printer, Perth.

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1900, Page 169. 64 Vict., No. 6.-Superseded by division made under No. 19 of 1902

(Commonwealth).
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[Assented to, 5th December, 1900.]

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HEREAS by Part III. of Chapter I. of the Act of the Imperial

Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, called The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, it is amongst other things provided that, until the Parliament of the Commonwealth otherwise provides, the Parliament of any State may make laws for determining the Divisions in each State for which Members of the House of Representatives of the Parliament of the Commonwealth may be chosen by such State, and the number of Members to be chosen for each Division : And whereas the Colony of Western Australia is an original State in the Commonwealth of Australia: Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and

Legislative

Constitution Act Amendment.

3 WHEN any Member of either House of the Parliament of Members of Western Australian Parlia

Western Australia is elected a Member of either House of the ment to vacate seats Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, he shall vacate his on sitting in Federal Parliament.

seat in the Parliament of Western Australia on taking his seat in the Parliament of the Commonwealth.

In the name and on behalf of the Queen I hereby assent to this Act.

ALEX. C. ONSLOW, Administrator.

By Authority: RICHARD PETHER, Government Printer, Perth.

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1900, Page 169. 64 Vict., No. 6.—Superseded by division made under No. 19 of 1902

(Commonwealth).
for each Division.

[Assented to, 5th December, 1900.]

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HEREAS by Part III. of Chapter I. of the Act of the Imperial

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Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, called The

63 & 64 Vict., cap.
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, it is amongst other
things provided that, until the Parliament of the Commonwealth
otherwise provides, the Parliament of any State may make laws for
determining the Divisions in each State for which Members of the
House of Representatives of the Parliament of the Commonwealth
may be chosen by such State, and the number of Members to be
chosen for each Division : And whereas the Colony of Western
Australia is an original State in the Commonwealth of Australia:
Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and

Legislative

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