NRS 302 / NRS 333: Attorney General (and Justice) Special Bundles, 1822-1984

The Special bundles deal with a wide range of matters including: drafting and amending of legislation; special inquiries, Royal Commissions or investigations related to the administration of justice; staffing arrangements, statements of duties, and appointment of officers; administration and control of public cemeteries in Sydney; prison reform; functions of licensed premises; establishment and abolition of Courts of Petty Sessions; alteration of the boundaries of District Court or Licensing Court Districts; and proposed sites for gaols and court houses.

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Location Dates Description
[5/4700.1] 1822–32 Land on corner Argyle and George Streets illegally held by F.H. Greenway
[5/4700.2] 1868 Case of Michael and Bridget O'Keefe charged with arson
[5/4700.3] 1868–70 Case of Cooper and Calder
[5/4700.4] 1869–70 Seizure of Schooner Daphne for alleged kidnapping of natives in the Pacific Islands
[X830] 1869–73 Return of prisoners released under remission of sentence
[5/4701 pt] 1873 Case of Reeve v Lloyd
[5/7701.3] 1848–75 Granting of leave of absence to Supreme Court Judges
[5/7702] (copy at Reel 2227) 1856–75 Commutation of death sentences
[5/7701.2] (copy at Reel 2228) 1872–75 Release of Francis Christie alias Clarke alias Gardiner
[5/7703.1] 1877–78 Appointments to clerical positions in the Department of Justice
[5/7703.2] 1874–79 Grants of land for Public School purposes
[5/7704–05] 1835–81 Establishment and control of public cemeteries in Sydney
[5/7706] 1874–81 Removal from office of T.M. Slattery, Prothonotary of the Supreme Court and Curator of Intestate Estates
[5/4701 pt] 1881 Telegrams received
[5/7707–08] 1867–83 Removal from office of District Court Judge F.W. Meymott
[5/7709.1] 1871–83 Defalcations of W.G. Beverley, Deputy Comptroller General of Prisons
[5/7710] 1882–84 Publication of Judges' reports on convicted persons and Judges' authority over Supreme Court officials
[5/7711] 1882–85 Appointment of members of Licensing Courts
[5/7709.2] 1883–85 Preparation of a bill for the Better Administration of the Estates of Deceased Persons
[3/19614.2] 1885 Removal from the public service of Henry Sparkes, Assistant Clerk at Darlinghurst Gaol, for embezzlement (J85/3639)
[5/7712.1] 1872–86 Appointment of Police Magistrate at Kempsey
[5/7712.2] 1886 Overcrowded state of Darlinghurst Gaol
[5/7769.2] 1886 Court-martial of Gunner Martin Walsh, NSW Artillery
[5/7713.1] 1882–87 Administration of Licensing Acts
[5/7713.2] 1882–87 Proposed site for Court House, West Maitland
[5/7715–16] 1886–87 Bulli Colliery disaster
[5/7718.2] 1886–87 Payment of fees to T.K. Abbot, S.M., in connection with Inquiry into the Administration of Justice in the Kempsey district
[5/7718.3] 1886–87 Proposed Royal Commission to Inquire into the Supreme Court
[5/7714] 1887 Intoxicating Drink Inquiry Commission
[5/7717] 1859–88 Hay Courthouse site
[5/7718.1] 1885–88 Case of Dorn v Dorn
[5/7720] 1882–89 Defalcations of R.H. Semphill, Official Assignee in Insolvent Estates
[5/7719] 1886–89 Arson charge against Rev. H.H. Britten, Rector of St. Anne's, Ryde
[5/7721] 1882–90 Appointment of Police Magistrate, Parramatta
[5/7722.1] 1886–91 Alterations in procedures in Courts of Petty Sessions
[5/7723] 1884–92 Charges of misconduct preferred against W.V.M. Cooke, Police Magistrate
[5/4701 pt] 1892 Prosecution of Broken Hill strike leaders
[5/7727.2] 1883–93 Nyngan Courthouse premises
[5/4717] 1886–93 Proposed prosecution of the directors of the Imperial Land Building and Deposit Co. Ltd.
[5/7791.1] 1889–93 By-laws and regulations — Municipal, public park, Small Debts Court rules
[5/7722.2] 1892–93 Conviction and release of Broken Hill strike leaders (see also [5/7749.2–7750.1]
[5/7724] 1876–94 Appointment of Supreme Court Judges and administration of justice
[5/7725–26] 1879–94 Law of copyright in New South Wales
[5/7728] 1880–95 Positions and promotions in the Equity Office
[5/7729–30] 1892–95 Case of G.S. Hadfield and Charles Low
[5/7727.1] 1893–95 Case of Francis Abigail and imprisoned bank directors
[5/7731.1] 1893–95 Cases of Frank J. Smith and George Finlayson
[5/7731.2] 1894–95 Re-introduction of the gag in New South Wales gaols
[5/4702] 1895 Prosecution of W.P. Crick and others for conspiracy
[5/7732–33] 1878–96 Administration of Rookwood Cemetery
5/7734–35] (copy at Reel 2229) 1879–96 Remission of sentences
[5/7736] 1882–96 Appointment of visiting surgeons and dispensers in gaols
[5/4703] 1896 Defence Bill papers
[5/7769.3] 1896 Appointment of Judge Coffey to preside at certain Metropolitan, Suburban and Hunter District courts during December 1896
[9/2750–52] 1897 Extradition of Frank Harwood alias Butler
[5/7740] 1863–98 Appointment of Examiners of Titles, Registrar General's Department
[5/7737.2] 1867–98 Administration of Gore Hill Cemetery
[5/7739] 1887–98 Alterations to boundaries of Police and Licensing Court districts
[5/4704–05] 1894–98 Prosecution of Butler, Peake and Davis charged with conspiracy to defeat the ends of justice
[5/7738] 1895–98 Appointment of members of Licensing Courts
[5/7780.2] (copy at Reel 2230) 1897–98 Proofs of age of public servants, required for superannuation purposes
[8/1939B] 1897–98 Alum Creek sheep stealing cases
[5/4706] 1898 Amendments to Patent No.453, cyanide process in gold mining
[5/4707 pt] 1875–99 Holding of Quarter Sessions at Grenfell
[5/7737.1] 1895–99 Appointments of Clerks of Petty Sessions as labour agents for the Department of Labour and Industry
[12/4594.1] 1889–1900 Establishment of the District Court at Parkes (1900/5265)
[5/7741–42] 1890–1900 Alterations to boundaries of District Court districts
[7/7143.3] 1897–1900 Supply of law books
[5/4707 pt] 1899–1900 Public Service Act, Amending Bill and other matters relating to the Public Service
[3/19613–19614.1], [5/4714–16] 1884–86, 1891–1902 Executive Council Minutes: 1884–86 [3/19614.1], 1891, 1895, 1897–1902 [3/19613]; 1898 [5/4714]; 1899 [5/4715]; 1900 [5/4716]
[5/7743] 1870–1904 Compensation claims of Captain Rossi (Registrar, District Court, Goulburn)
[5/7744.1] 1895–1904 Dean Royal Commission, including printed report (Poisoning case) (04/18330)
[5/7744.2] 1900–05 Federal Capital Site reports
[5/7745.1] 1902–07 Payment by Commonwealth to New South Wales Government for legal work undertaken by them on behalf of the Commonwealth
[5/7746] 1887–1908 Amendment of law relating to patents and trade marks
[3/19614.3] 1901–08 Composition of the Industrial Arbitration Court (constituted under the Industrial Arbitration Acts of 1901 and 1905)
[5/7745.2] 1904–08 Proposed amendments to Police Offences Act (08/17359)
[5/7747–48] 1890–1909 Alterations and consolidations of circulars issued by Department of Justice (3 parts)
[5/7749.2–7750.1] 1892, 1908–09 Broken Hill industrial disputes (2 parts, Pt. II press clippings) (see also [5/7722.2])
[5/7751] 1901, 1905–09 Working of an amendment to Inebriates Act, 1900
[5/7752] 1907–09 Royal Commission on coal mining disputes, Northern Districts
[5/7753–62] 1907–10 Inquiries under Closer Settlement Acts — Papers, exhibits, surveyors' reports, tables, statistical returns, etc. (Exhibits 1–129 in [5/7762.1–.2])
[5/7763] 1908–10 Trial, imprisonment and petitions for release of strike leaders for illegal strike at Newcastle
[5/7749.1] 1909–10 Remission of sentence imposed on rioters during Broken Hill lock-out
[5/7750.2] 1905–11 Workings of and proposed amendments to Neglected Children and Juvenile Offenders' Act, 1905
[5/7764.1] 1905–11 Inquiries under Section 475 of Crimes Act, 1900, including case of Thomas Brown, convicted of rape
[3/3061–62] 1897–1913 Public Trustee Act — Papers
[3/3060.1] 1907–13 Papers re publication "Masonry"
[5/7765] 1909–13 Petitions and applications for release of Lithgow strike prisoners
[8/1939A.1] 1910–13 Returns of prisoners released and applications for remission of sentences
[5/7764.2] 1913 Consolidated regulations under Liquor Act, 1912, and Liquor (Local Option) Amendment Act, 1913
[5/7766.1] 1895–1914 Establishment of a branch of the Society of Comparative Legislation in New South Wales
[5/7766.2] 1898, 1902–05, 1914 Case of Thomas Foster, convicted of bigamy
[5/7767.2–7769.1] 1899–1914 Occupation of Government House, Sydney, by the Governor General (3 parts)
[5/7770.1] 1902–14 Alteration of Police, Petty Sessions and Licensing district boundaries
[12/1341.1] 1911–14 Application for a re-hearing under S.475 of the Crimes Act, 1900, in the case of W.J. Harrace (14/1286)
[7/7198.1] 1914 London Gazettes containing War notices (14/5711)
[5/7772] 1909–15 Royal Commission of Inquiry into the alleged treatment of prisoner Joseph Henry Denmead and certain representations made by Thomas Love
[5/7771.1] 1915 Royal Commission into the administration of the Dental Board and conduct of the Registrar
[12/1310.2] 1915–16 Proposed alterations of boundaries of District Court Districts
[7/7236.1] 1895–1917 Opening and abolition of Court at Gilgunnia (17/8105)
[7/7166.1] 1906–17 Inebriates Act — Regulations and proclamations (17/10996)
[5/7766.3] 1917 Royal Commission of Inquiry into allegations as to bribery of Mr P. Lamph, a member of the Licensing Court of Bowraville, by Mr G.B. Kritsch, in connection with an application by Mr M. Wallace for a publican's license at Macksville — Papers, minutes of evidence, exhibits, etc. (Exhibits cover the period 1914–17)
[7/7157.2] 1906–18 Establishment of Courts at Coff's Harbour and Bellingen (18/6377)
[5/7767.1] 1910–18 Jury service — Exemptions from and amendments to Act
[7/7199.2] 1914–18 Mobilization of officers (18/1854)
[5/7773.1] 1917–18 Applications for reductions of fines imposed for illegal use of gas and electricity
[7/7184.1] 1917–18 Papers re rules, regulations and by-laws (17/6127)
[7/7154.1] 1898–1919 Transfer of prisoners, manacled or otherwise (19/10415)
[9/4951.1] 1906–19 Colonial publican licenses in country electorates
[9/4951.2] 1906–19 Colonial wine licenses in country electorates
[3/3060.2] 1913–19 List of publicans' and colonial wine licenses and registered clubs within the Metropolitan Licensing District
[9/4974.2] 1919 Justices (Bail) Amendment Act (1918) — Minutes and correspondence
[5/7774.1] 1904–20 Transfer of patent and trade mark records to Commonwealth
[5/7773.2] 1915–20 Revision of Local Government Electoral Rolls
[3/3063.1] 1916–20 Papers re Military Exemption Courts
[9/4951.3] 1920 Publican and colonial wine licenses and registered clubs within country licensing districts as situated in the new electorates under the redistribution of 1919
[12/4594.2] c.1920 Catalogues of books in the Attorney General's room
[4/7592–94] 1916–21 Royal Commission into trial and conviction of I.W.W. members
[7/7160.3] 1891–1922 Tower Clock, Courthouse — Wollongong
[5/7770.2] 1914–22 Registration of remarriages by the Registrar General
[5/7774.2–7775.2] 1891–1924 Auctioneers Licensing Amendment Act, 1924 — Auctioneers Licensing (Interstate) Bill, 1915 and miscellaneous correspondence concerning auctioneers (3 bundles)
[3/3063.2] 1892–1924 Papers re Justices (Fines) Act, 1902
[3/3160.1] 1911–24 Papers re Influx of Criminals Prevention Act, 1903
[5/7775.3] 1911–24 Removal of spikes on docks in Courts and proposed abolition of docks
[5/7778.1] 1922–24 Administration of the Liquor Act and proposed appointment of civilian inspectors
[12/1622 pt] 1923–24 File re prison administration and correspondence on prisoners (23/15548)
[7/7153.2] 1905–25 Parramatta Gaol — Abolition, use as mental hospital, re-opening (25/13324)
[12/5485–5486.1] 1913–25 Crimes (Amendment) Act, 1923
[5/7771.2] 1915–25 Police enquiry into alleged immoral teachings of C.W. Leadbeater, "Bishop" of the Liberal Catholic Church (Enquiry held 1922)
[5/7778.2–7779.1] 1910–26 Printed Annual Reports — Comptroller General of Prisons
[3/3160.2] 1915–26 Public Trustee Amendment Bill papers and rental of rooms, Culwulla Chambers
[5/7776–77] 1916–26 Fair Rents Act, 1915, and amendments
[7/7129.1] 1922–26 Newspapers Act (26/11772)
[5/7779.2] 1909–27 Remission of sentence and deportation of J. Mortlemans, charged with murder and piracy
[9/4951.4–4952] 1925–27 Petitions for licenses under the Liquor Act: 1925 [9/4951.4]; 1925–27 [9/4952]
[5/7781] 1906–21, 1924–28 Proposed transfer of bankruptcy administration to Commonwealth — Draft bills etc.: 1906–21 [5/7781.1]; 1924–28 [5/7781.2]
[7/7140] 1924–28 Sydney Harbour Bridge resumptions
[3/3161.1] 1928 Annotated Justices Act, 1902, compiled by R.C. Atkinson, S.M.
[7/7142.1] 1902–29 Exhumations (31/7766)
[5/7780.1] 1920–21, 1927–29 Alteration of District Court boundaries, Sydney and Parramatta, and re-establishment of District Court, Gosford
[7/7179.1] 1922–29 Legal Practitioners Amendment Bill (29/529)
[7/7180.1] 1928–29 Parliamentary draftsmen's opinions
[3/3162.1] 1877–1930 Papers re Shaftsbury Institution
[7/7175.2] 1908–30 Papers re proposed amendment of Matrimonial Causes Act (30/706)
[3/3161.2] 1910–30 Papers re Interstate Destitute Persons Relief Act, 1919
[7/7159.2] 1920–30 Dubbo Gaol site (30/4267)
[12/1310.1] 1926–30 Crimes (Amendment) Act 1928, submissions re amending Crimes Act with regard to sexual offences (30/5054)
[7/7134.1] 1930 Petition for grant of publican's licence, Maroubra (30/3410)
[12/4594.3] 1904–31 Coonabarabran District Court (31/7708)
[12/1623 pt] 1905–31 Sworn valuations (31/6372)
[5/7782] 1906–31 Promulgation and amendment of the Testators and Family Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act, 1916 (26/15179)
[7/7200.1] 1913–31 Amendment and enforcement of maintenance orders (30/15423)
[12/1356.2] 1927–31 Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Act (M.O.F.F.E. Act) — Reciprocal arrangements, general files
[5/7783.1] 1928–31 Correspondence concerning the Fair Rents Act
[7/7149.1] 1928–31 Inquiry Section 475, Crimes Act — Case of Phillip Standley (31/11313)
[5/7783.2] 1930–31 Remission of fines imposed on miners on Northern Coal Fields
[5/7783.3] 1930–32 Remission of fines and/or sentences imposed on workers for participation in unauthorised processions and meetings at Wollongong
[5/7784.1] 1930–32 Demands by various organisations for the release of Tighes Hill and Bankstown eviction and class war prisoners
[9/4975] 1897–1933 Amendments to Crimes Act and Justices Act (1902) — Suggestions, minutes and correspondence
[7/7181.2] 1913–33 Re-organisation of Supreme Court records (33/9865)
[7/7165.2] 1922–33 Unused government land (33/2706)
[5/7786.2] 1924–33 Maintenance case Lanigan O'Keefe v Lanigan O'Keefe
[7/7231.1] 1924–33 Salary agreement — Stipendiary and Police Magistrates (33/7332)
[7/7157.3] 1931–33 Cowan Creek Prison Camp and utilisation of prison labour on the roads (33/5965)
[7/7182–83], [7/7208.1] 1931–33 Moratorium Act, 1930–31 — Papers
[5/7785.1–7786.1] 1895–1934 Thomas Ernest Rofe — Attempts to have conviction for conspiracy in the Butler divorce case, 1894, quashed, and to be re-admitted to Roll of Solicitors (3 parts)
[5/7784.2] 1913–34 Alterations to Supreme Court premises
[7/7162.1] 1932–34 Fines and Penalties Amendment Act, 1933 (34/13579)
[7/7163.1] 1932–34 Abolition of position of Police Magistrate, Penrith and alterations of magisterial districts (34/7289)
[5/7787.1] 1933–34 Protests by various organisations against Police treatment of demonstrations by unemployed
[7/7138.1] 1923–35 Business Names Act, 1934 (35/4267)
[5/7787.2] 1924–35 Defalcations of H.A.N. Smith, Assistant Accountant, Equity Office, and inquiry into alleged negligence of L.D. Deane, Chief Clerk and Accountant, Equity Office (Defalcations in accounts of Office of Master in Equity)
[12/1350] 1934–35 Papers relating to the office of Chief Justice, Chief Judge in Equity (i.e., appointments, retirements and pensions) (35/823)
[7/7189.1] 1935 Inquiry under Section 475 of Crimes Act — Case of John Walters (35/16475)
[7/7135.1] 1902–36 Service by State for Commonwealth (36/12268)
[5/7788] 1919–36 Basic wage adjustment schedules: 1919–27 [5/7788.1]; 1927–36 [5/7788.2]
[12/1261.1] 1921–36 Applications by Commonwealth prisoners in Papua New Guinea to be discharged to New South Wales on the completion of their prison term (36/20519)
[7/7168.1] 1931–36 Children's Court staff (36/6677)
[7/7180.2] 1934–36 Moratorium Act, 1932 — Papers (36/5887)
[12/1273.2] 1904–37 Abolition of courts at Oxley, Wolumla and Nelligen (sale of court buildings and their contents)
[7/7243.1] 1920–37 Justices Amendment Act (31/10079)
[5/7789.2–7790.1] 1925–37 Suggested amendments to Liquor Act, 1912: 1925–29 [5/7789.2]; 1929–37 [5/7790.1]
[9/4953.1] 1932–37 Correspondence re surrender and cancellation of publican and colonial wine licences
[7/7251–52 1937 Case of Rex v Linden and Nicholls (Sydney Quarter Sessions)
[5/7789.1] 1900–38 Proclamation of Reception Houses as Police Courts for hearing of Lunacy Act cases
[3/3162.2–3163] 1907–38 Child Welfare Bill and Act
[12/4595.1] 1908–38 Crown Prosecutors (38/1776)
[12/1309.2] 1915–38 Representations requesting that the existing procedure in Traffic Court cases be allowed to continue (38/6775)
[7/7146] 1921–38 Conveyancing Trustee and Probate (Amendment) Bill, 1938 (42/9834)
[5/7790.2] 1928–38 Inquiry into affairs of Camden Bulli Colliery Limited
[7/7144.1], [7/7145.1] 1932–38 Landlord and Tenant Act (Pt].II) — Ejectment and postponements (38/9289)
[12/5489.1] 1936–38 Gaming and Betting (Amendment) Act, 1938 (37/1974)
[3/3164.1] 1938 Liquor Act — South Australian legislation
[7/7186], [7/7187.2] 1893–1939 Papers re statute law consolidation and re equity suit of Attorney General v Butterworth & Co. (39/4782)
[3/3165] 1905–39 Papers re shoplifting, the First Offenders (Women) Act, and the Women's Legal Status Bill
[7/7236.2] 1906–39 Wills Probate and Administration Act (39/15637)
[7/7238.1] 1918–39 Defamation Act (37/11047)
[7/7184.2] 1924–39 Matrimonial Causes Act (39/4703)
[5/7791.2] 1928–29, 1939 Proposed amendments to Liquor Act
[7/7147.2] 1932–39 Landlord and Tenant Act (39/164)
[7/7213] 1932–39 Moratorium Act, 1937–39 (39/5562)
[5/7790.3] 1935–39 Suggested legislative amendments proposed by annual conventions of the United Australia Party
[7/7197.2] 1886–1917, 1939–40 Prize Courts and Courts of Admiralty (40/3007)
[3/5947.1] 1889–1940 Administration of Justice Act, 1940
[3/3166], [3/3167.1] 1898–1940 Papers re Bills of Sale (Amendment) Act
[7/7194.1] 1917–40 Abolition and re-establishment of District Courts at Tenterfield, Kiama and Gundagai (40/3260)
[5/7791.3] 1927–40 Control and management of Dacey Garden Suburb
[7/7200.2], [7/7201] 1932–40 Landlord and Tenant Act (40/18116)
[12/1311] 1933–40 Submissions re Crimes (Amendment) Act — Papers before 1941 (AGB 40/4376)
[5/7792.1] 1936–40 Defalcations of C. Howie, C.P.S. Burwood
[5/7792.2] 1936–40 Fair Rents Act papers
[9/4986.1] 1936–40 Return of business transacted at Petty Sessions offices and various Courts in districts of Stipendiary and Police Magistrates
[7/7160.1] 1938–40 Bathurst and Parramatta Gaols — Disturbances (40/3635)
[7/7149.2] 1939–40 Inquiry under Section 475, Crimes Act — Case of W.A. Potter (40/762)
[7/7224.1] n.d., 1940s? Sample forms and examples of commissions
[7/7119–7120.1] 1896–1941 Matters re introduction of legislation requiring licensing of agents, and Business Agents Act, 1935 (41/9017)
[10/42917–18] 1898–1941 Correspondence re appointment of King's Counsels
[7/7244], [7/7245.2] 1900–41 Money-lenders and Infants Loans Act (41/20454)
[7/7117.2] 1906–41 District (Metropolitan) Court Bailiffs (41/53)
[3/3167.2–3168.1] 1914–41 Hire purchase, cash order and time payment papers
[7/7197.1] 1914–41 Papers re maintenance, divorce, trial and libel case – E. and W. Linley (41/1607)
[7/7185.1] 1915–41 Papers re Mrs. Blanch Foster (41/6302)
[7/7204.2] 1919–20, 1939–41 War file (41/2942)
[7/7164.1] 1923–41 Justices (Amendment) Act, 1940 (40/10539)
[7/7187.1] 1923–41 Papers re applications to apply funds to purposes other than for which raised (41/4757)
[7/7222.1] 1924–41 Blank cover reminder book
[7/7241.2] 1934–41 Issue of licences by police (41/17542)
[12/1271.1] 1935–41 Correspondence re the need for the construction of a new Supreme Court in Sydney (60/17823)
[7/7166.2] 1938–41 Transfer of records of indebtedness to Crown on conditional purchases from bound registers to card system (41/13314)
[7/7203.1] 1938–41 Statements of duties (39/10646)
[3/3164.2], [7/7189.2] 1939–41 State War Book: 1939–40 [3/3164.2]; 1939–41 [7/7189.2]
[3/3169] 1941 Inquiry under National Security Regulations 1941, re hire purchase and cash order systems
[9/4986.2] 1941 Military call-up circulars
[7/7234] 1908–42 Garnishee orders — Public servants (42/3639)
[7/7126–7127.1] 1910–42 Jurors and Jury Act (42/5774)
[7/7190.1] 1920–42 Salaries of Supreme Court and District Court Judges (42/2236)
[7/7209] 1921–42 German Verge Trust Scheme (42/1815)
[7/7170.1] 1922–42 Appointment of District Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages at Concord (42/8070)
[7/7198.3] 1922–42 Royal Alexandra Park resumption fund (42/4518)
[7/7172.1] 1928–42 Appointment of chaplains, mainly Salvation Army, to prisons in New South Wales (42/16300)
[7/7124–25] 1934–42 Auctioneers, Stock and Station, and Real Estate Agents Act — Papers (42/3577)
[7/7127.2] 1936–42 Fidelity bonds under Business Agents Act, 1935–41 (42/4800)
[7/7169.1] 1937–42 Rosters of Police and Stipendiary Magistrates – Broken Hill, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Bathurst, Orange; and Clerk of Petty Sessions — Jerilderie, Tocumwal
[7/7133.1] 1938–42 Australian wine licences and industry (42/8353)
[7/7139] 1938–42 Fair Rents Act (42/4370)
[7/7170.2] 1938–42 Economy in printing, and Government publications
[7/7135.2] 1940–42 Trustee and Wills Emergency Provision Bill (42/9257)
[7/7204.1] 1940–42 Militia papers (42/14262)
[7/7217.3] 1940–42 Cost of leave of absence to attend military training (42/6628)
[5/7792.3] 1941–42 Grading of positions under Crown Employees (Clerical) Award
[7/7167.1] 1941–42 National Emergency Service — Staffing of control centres (42/9451)
[7/7199.1] 1895–1943 Employment and payment of interpreters and translators and case of Dr. Monticone, Chief Government Interpreter and Translator
[7/7148.1] 1899–1943 Causes relating to amendment of Fines and Penalties Act, 1901
[7/7134.2] 1914–43 Re Habitual Criminals Act, and medical treatment for prisoners (43/15504)
[7/7233] 1920–43 Garnishee orders (43/1653)
[7/7142.2] 1925–43 Committal of inebriates to institutions (43/87)
[7/7149.3] 1931–43 Maintenance Confinees Bill (43/15344)
[7/7198.2] 1935–43 Re extension of superannuation to Milk Board (43/3058)
[7/7194.2] 1936–43 Matrimonial Causes Act (43/1408)
[7/7168.2] 1939–43 Taking depositions in summary cases (43/13215)
[7/7169.2] 1916–44 Probate Office — Strong room accommodation (44/14850)
[7/7188.2] 1917–44 Visiting surgeons in gaols (44/11009)
[7/7150–51] 1920–44 Prison reform
[3/3168.2] 1930–44 Proposed amendments to Legitimation Act, 1902
[3/3170] 1932–44 Superannuation (Amendment) Act
[7/7188.1] 1934–44 Papers re introduction of legislation to control    lay-by systems (44/15686)
[7/7231.2] 1936–44 Libel law — Defamation and bluff (44/8099)
[12/4595.2] 1936–44 Photographic frauds (44/7906)
[7/7148.2] 1940–44 Co–operation with Commonwealth War effort (44/882)
[7/7123.2] 1941–44 Landlord and Tenant Act regulations (44/9619)
[12/4595.3] 1942–44 G.O. Venables — Inquiry under Section 475 of the Crimes Act (44/9010)
[7/7115.1] 1943–44 Stock Diseases (Tick cases) (44/3898)
[7/7155.1] 1897, 1918–45 Code of instructions re remission of sentences of prisoners and details of individual cases (45/5700)
[7/7145.2] 1907–45 Functions of licensed premises (45/13395)
[7/7137.2] 1910–45 Reports of individual cases where bail is accept]ed outside New South Wales (45/8768)
[7/7203.2] 1911–45 Staff arrangements — Ministerial Office and branches (45/1418)
[7/7227.1] 1932–45 Re J.E. McCulloch, Stipendiary Magistrate (45/2126)
[7/7162.3] 1936–45 Staffing of C.P.S. offices (45/12608)
[7/7168.3] 1940–45 Enforcement of penalties re National Service regulations (45/5658)
[12/1303.3] 1941–45 Abbco Bread Co. — Fines imposed for breaches of the Bread Act, 1901 (45/2762)
[7/7221.1] 1942–45 Payment for work on Public Holidays (45/8813)
[7/7241.1] 1945 Borstal institutions (45/2815)
[7/7136–7137.1] 1906–46 Auctioneers Licensing Acts (46/8799)
[7/7210.2–7211] 1909–46 Deserted Wives and Children Act (46/12592)
[7/7141.1] 1912–46 Christian Science in gaols (46/10577)
[7/7217.1] 1912–46 Contract typists (46/13053)
[7/7167.2] 1914–46 Guardianship of infants — Forms re Marriage Act (46/6354)
[7/7142.3] 1927–46 Poultry and fruit stealing (46/3262)
[7/7235.1] 1929–46 Public Trustee (Amendment) Bill and premises (46/3437)
[3/5952] 1933–46 District Courts Act (Amendments)
[7/7141.2–.4] 1934–46 Returns of business and administrative matters in Petty Sessions offices
[7/7155.2] 1939–46 National Emergency Service — Ministerial Office — Instructions (45/5264)
[7/7195–7196.1] 1939–46 Conditions of granting military leave (46/760)
[12/1269.2] 1941–46 Complaints against insurance companies
[7/7135.3] 1945–46 Hay P.O.W. Camp (45/11989)
[7/7157.1] 1945–46 Tutorial classes for ex-servicemen (46/5212)
[12/4596.1] 1871–1947 Central and other Courts — Establishment (47/8923)
[7/7137.3] 1888–1927, 1947 Amendment to Fines and Forfeited Recognizances Act (47/12048)
[7/7133.2] 1924–47 Corrective training and educational programmes for prisoners (47/13926)
[7/7138.2] 1924–47 Claims for compensation by dispossessed hotel licensees (47/902)
[9/4953.2] 1926–47 Representations concerning hotel trading hours on Anzac Day
[7/7217.2] 1941–47 War expenditure — New South Wales (47/18337)
[12/1281] 1946–47 Case of Major Charles Cousens, charged with high treason for broadcasting while a prisoner of war in Japan (46/4851)
[12/1263.2] 1947 Matters relating to claims against the Government
[7/7246] 1899–1948 Marriage Acts (48/17109)
[7/7172.2] 1925–48 Proposed legislation (48/14911)
[7/7228–7229.1] 1926–48 Trading coupons (48/2386)
[7/7202] 1939–48 English emergency legislation (48/1854)
[12/1312.1] 1939–48 Criminal Justice Bill (Imperial) (AGB 48/3340)
[7/7178.1] 1942–48 Papers re Matrimonial Causes Act (43/4840)
[7/7114.2] 1943–48 Hotels — Accommodation and provision of meals (48/2536)
[3/3171.1] 1945–48 Papers re conference in Melbourne re Fair Rents
[7/7200.3] 1947–48 Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act, 1948 (48/20891)
[9/4984.2] 1948 Transcripts of case No.38 of 1948 — Application for special leave to appeal by Frederick Lincoln McDermott
[7/7160.4] 1928–49 Courthouse, Grenfell (49/16382)
[7/7133.3] 1929–49 Services of Police Magistrate, Goulburn and Canberra (49/22626)
[3/5947.2] 1931–49 Home Endowment Limited
[7/7221.2] 1933–49 Judgments — C.A. Wood, C.P.S., forwarded under blank cover (49/22050)
[7/7154.2] 1934–49 Public Works estimates re post-War reconstruction (49/2617)
[7/7232] 1941–49 Hire Purchase Agreements Bill (49/22)
[7/7247] 1941–49 Auctioneers, Stock and Station, and Real Estate Agents Act, 1941–46 (49/22615)
[7/7184.3] 1949 Crown Employees Awards (49/1989)
[7/7144.2] 1920–50 Justices Amendment Bill, 1940, suggestions (50/8067)
[3/5951.1] 1943–50 Point Clare and Tascot Hall — Declaration of trust
[7/7191.1] 1947–50 Landlord and Tenant Act — Correspondence and returns re tenancy (50/10405)
[7/7210.1] 1947–50 Appliances for prevention of fire (48/4428)
[12/1294.1] 1914–51 Establishment of the District Court at Penrith, and the amendment of the Court's boundaries (57/2876)
[7/7174–7175.1] 1924–51 Legislative and administrative achievements (51/9164)
[7/7220.2] 1924–51 Federal Award — Adjustment of salaries (51/123)
[12/1313.2] 1950–51 Instruments specifically for district in which District Court Judges shall exercise jurisdiction (50/5548)
[7/7190.2] 1951 Requests forwarded through members of Parliament by constituents for increase in value of superannuation pension unit, and claims of railway workers re amendments to Government Railway Act (51/2486)
[7/7212] 1951 Landlord and Tenant Act — Cases (51/5027)
[7/7240.1] 1951 Amendments to Liquor Act (51/9056)
[7/7147.1] 1910–52 Pillaging of cargo (52/7840)
[7/7169.3] 1918–52 Bookkeeping — Uniform receipt cash book system (52/10186)
[3/5948.1] 1923–52 Marital conciliation file
[12/1352.2] 1925–52 Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (to amend the law in relation to actions for the recovery of damages, etc.) (51/2587)
[7/7185.2] 1941–52 Old criminal appeal papers (AGB 49/4966)
[7/7187.3] 1943–52 Matrimonial Causes: Supreme Court rules (52/2713)
[7/7238.2] 1943–52 Statutes, State and Commonwealth rules and regulations (52/5528)
[9/4984.3–4985], [12/1342–45] 1949–52 Royal Commission of Inquiry into the conviction of Frederick Lincoln McDermott for the murder of William Henry Lavers (including exhibits and copies of transcript]s; also file 52/2641)
[7/7191.2–7193], [7/7176] 1950–52 "One brand" petrol stations
[7/7178.2] 1951–52 Papers re illegal use of cars (51/5676)
[9/4965–4967.1] 1952 Royal Commission into the Liquor Trade
[7/7220.1] 1884–1953 Tenancy register
[7/7222.2] 1924–53 Court accommodation for judges (53/6482)
[9/4967.3–4969] 1939–53 Representations, petitions and correspondence concerning club licenses, including night clubs and cabarets: 1939 [9/4967.3]; 1939–46 [9/4968]; 1946–53 [9/4969]
[7/7115.2] 1949–53 Handbook for Petty Sessions Officers (53/15335)
[12/1318] 1949–53 Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act (53/13467)
[7/7230.1] 1919–54 Registrar General building — New wing (54/13167)
[12/1351.1] 1919–54 Correspondence re the treatment of sexual offenders and their victims (54/27520)
[8/1939A.2] 1928, 1946–47, 1952–54 Liquor Amendment Act papers (54/28019)
[9/4954–64] 1930–54 Suggested amendments to the Liquor Act, 1912: 1930–40 [9/4954–57]; 1940–50 [9/4958–60]; 1945–54 [9/4961–62]; 1950–54 [9/4963]; 1954 [9/4964]
[9/4986.3] 1937–54 Duties and functions of officers of the Department (processing officers, magistrates, liquidators, receivers) — Circulars and memos re
[12/5486.3] 1939–54 Crimes (Amendment) Act No.3, 1954 (54/2316)
[7/7128.1] 1940–54 Re mental defectives (54/11495)
[12/5486.2] 1945–54 Crimes Amendment Bill, 1951 (51/1855)
[3/3171.2] 1946–54 Royal Commission on the Press, 1948 — Minutes of evidence and related papers
[7/7243.2] 1946–54 Recognizances under section 556A of the Crimes Act, 1900 (54/22530)
[9/4970–4974.1] 1946–54 Representations for liquor licenses and other matters coming under the Liquor Act, including hotel closing hours: 1946–50 [9/4970]; 1950–54 [9/4971]; 1954 [9/4972–4974.1]
[7/7179.2] 1951–54 General papers re Liquor Act (54/4494)
[7/7239.1] 1952–54 Workings of Metropolitan Courts (54/1064)
[12/1623 pt] 1953–54 District Court Judges' authorities (54/3424)
[9/4967.2] 1954 Report of the Royal Commission on Liquor Laws in New South Wales
[7/7158–7159.1] 1894–1955 Papers re abolished gaols (55/6456)
[7/7163.2] 1920–55 Extensions and alterations of Registry districts – Appointment of N.C. Gardner as Assistant Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages (55/10263)
[7/7230.2] 1927–55 Allowances to acting Clerks of Petty Sessions (55/8261)
[7/7132.1] 1935–55 Business Agents Act — Regulations (55/7468)
[7/7143.1] 1941–55 Disposal of dead bodies of members of armed forces (55/1661)
[7/7235.2] 1949–55 New Australians — Procedure on arrest, etc. (55/9759)
[7/7172.3] 1954–55 Requests from Public Solicitor re assignment of other counsel in absence of Public Defender (55/5918)
[7/7214.1], [7/7215] 1907–56 Payment of monetary extended leave — Deceased officers (56/20009)
[7/7237.1] 1942–56 Money-lenders and Infants Loans Act (56/17912)
[7/7164.2] 1943–56 Work in Petty Sessions Offices for Government Insurance Office (56/9056)
[12/4596.2] 1948–56 Appointment of Court Solicitors in tenancy matters (56/1178)
[12/4597.1] 1952–56 District Courts Act, amendments to — Question of service of District Court processes (56/21161)
[7/7231.3] 1954–56 Papers re Liquor Act (55/4462)
[7/7229.2] 1955–56 Liquor Act — Papers, and applications for transfer of licences (55/23791, 54/28019)
[12/1302.2] 1897–1957 Correspondence re system of serving "Requests to attend Court" for minor offences (66/7594)
[7/7120.2–7122] 1904–57 Matters concerning legislation re licensing of billiards and bagatelle (57/9467)
[9/4976–80] 1905–45, 1950–57 Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Bill, 1906 and Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act, 1948–51 – Minutes, reports and correspondence re: 1905–45 [9/4976]; 1950–51 [9/4977]; 1951–52 [9/4978]; 1952 [9/4979]; 1953–57 [9/4980]
[7/7117.1] 1929–57 Case of Mrs F.E.M. Cahill (57/15258)
[3/5945.2] 1938–57 Matrimonial Causes — Insanity
[7/7242.1], [7/7245.1] 1938–57 Business Agents Act — Fidelity bonds (57/25054)
[12/4597.2] 1940–57 Court of Petty Sessions, Ariah Park (57/25993)
[12/1373] 1941–57 Supreme Court Procedure Bill 1956 (57/6313)
[12/1298.2] 1944–57 Lay-by Sales Bill (57/3159)
[7/7113 –7114.1] 1954–57 Working of Metropolitan Courts — Returns and reports (57/1932)
[12/1289.1] 1957 Correspondence and published leaflets related to 'Pre-Trial' Procedure in the U.S.A. (57/30667)
[7/7132.2] 1906–07, 1931–58 Bail — Fitness of sureties (58/24663)
[7/7130–31] 1926–58 Annual Reports of the Licensing Bench (later Licensing Magistrates) and Licenses Reduction Board (58/10656)
[7/7156] 1932–58 Appeal days (58/6732)
[12/1263.1] 1939–58 Proposals for the establishment of the Press Council
[7/7241.3] 1940–58 Monetary loans to officers (58/18597)
[7/7129.2] 1944–58 Decentralisation — Regional planning in Australia (61/31876)
[12/1299.2] 1951–58 Matrimonial Causes (Amendment Act No.22 of 1958) (58/13685)
[12/4597.3] 1951–58 Conversion of Crown land near Registrar General's Department into parking area (59/15539)
[7/7143.2] 1952–58 Security requirements for visitors to U.S. service establishments (58/4153)
[7/7231.4] 1955–58 Standard of bedding in hotels
[12/1264.2] 1958 Allegations concerning misconduct of members of the Police Force, etc.
[12/4598.1] 1907–59 Government departments and bodies required to pay Court fees (59/27667)
[12/4598.2] 1914–59 Crown Prosecutors (59/10977)
[7/7128.2] 1928–59 Births, Deaths and Marriages Act (59/26823)
[7/7116] 1931–59 Coroners Acts (59/26598)
[7/7170.3] 1935–59 Government records, disposal, storage, retention etc. (59/4847)
[7/7223] 1944–59 Amendment of Auctioneers, Stock and Station, and Real Estate Agents Act (60/23207)
[7/7173] 1948–59 Re supply of information to representatives of foreign governments (57/27308)
[7/7242.2] 1948–59 Case of R.H. McLennan, ex-Petty Sessions Officer, and irregularities in the accounts of C.P.S. Redfern (59/37)
[7/7190.3] 1950–59 Staff turnover statistics — Clerical and professional (60/264)
[12/1278.3] 1956–59 Forms register (59/16119)
[7/7240.2] 1957–59 Manual of instructions to Courts of Petty Sessions and amendments (59/15170)
[12/1315] 1957–59 Working of Metropolitan Courts — Returns and reports (59/2361)
[9/4982.2–4984.1] 1958–59 University of Sydney Finance Committee – Papers of the Hon. R. Downing, Attorney General and Minister for Justice: 1958 [9/4982.2–4983]; 1959 [9/4984.1]
[12/1266.2] 1914–60 Appointment of Registrar General (60/32896)
[12/1267.1] 1914–60 Appointment of Comptroller General and Assistant Comptroller General of Prisons (60/17823)
[7/7218.1] 1936–60 City Morgue (60/5298)
[12/1277.1] 1937–60 Petty Sessions Offices —Moss Vale, Camden, Mittagong, Picton, Campbelltown, Bowral
[12/5492.2] 1937–60 Wills, Probate and Administration Act (60/14205)
[7/7118] 1941–60 Workings of Petty Sessions Offices, including Ardlethan, Barellan, Griffith, Coolamon, Ganmain, Narrandera and Leeton (60/34305)
[7/7206–07] 1942–60 Matters re Superannuation (Amendment) Act (60/10727)
[7/7216] 1945–60 Retention of over-age temporary employees (60/22583)
[7/7208.2] 1950–60 Retention of services of over-age employees (60/404)
[12/4598.3] 1952–60 Employment of Acting Judges
[9/4981–4982.1] 1960 Transcript]s of case no. 690 of 1960 — Clayton and ors v Heffron and ors in the Supreme Court of New South Wales
[12/1303.2] 1960 Transfer of L.J. McGrath, Government Insurance Office (60/17288)
[12/1363–68] 1960 Uniform Hire Purchase Act — up to passing of 1960 Act (Parts I – VI)
1908–61 Case files of prisoners CLOSED
[12/1286] 1910–61 Small Debts Recovery Act, Rules
[12/1314.1] 1912–61 Appropriation of fines — State Acts (61/20910)
[12/4599.1] 1917–61 Court of Petty Sessions, Barmedman (61/11628)
[12/4600.1] 1924–61 Establishment of a District Court at Leeton (61/21632)
[7/7178.3] 1947–61 Divorce statistics of New South Wales (61/6651)
[12/1325.2] 1951–61 Old files
[12/5493] 1951–61 Money-lenders and Infants Loans (Amendment) Bill, 1961 (61/33386)
[12/1304.3] 1957–61 Balmain-Rozelle Anzac Memorial Hall (61/18568)
[12/4599.2] 1959–61 Uniform Companies Act — Correspondence
[14/1082 pt] 1959–61 Commonwealth Joint Committee on Constitutional Review (61/9988)
[12/1372] 1960–61 Deserted Wives and Children Amendment Act
[12/1290.2] 1961 Seminar on the Protection of Human Rights in the Administration of Criminal Justice, Wellington New Zealand (61/26801)
[12/1304.2] 1961 Church of England in Australia Constitution Act, 1961
[7/7123.1] 1919–62 Services of relieving morgue attendant, Newcastle (62/15108)
[12/1361–62] 1921–62 Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Act – Reciprocal arrangements: 1921–58, A–K [12/1361]; 1925–62, L–Z [12/1362]
[7/7196.2] 1925–62 Papers re suspension or variation of statutes (62/18333)
[7/7237.2] 1929–62 Seniority lists (62/22158)
[12/1265.2] 1931–62 Appointment of the Crown Solicitor (62/4876)
[12/1346] 1933–62 Annual Reports of Country Magistrates (62/122): 1933–55 [12/1346.1]; 1955–62 [12/1346.2]
[12/1370–71] 1941–62 Matters relating to monopolies: 1941–54 [12/1370]; 1955–62 [12/1371]
[12/4600.2] 1942–62 Abolition of Courts of Petty Sessions at Quambone, Mount Hope, Sofala and Weabonga (62/7084)
[7/7226], [7/7227.3] 1944–62 Liquor Act — General (61/21345)
[7/7162.2] 1945–62 Courthouse, Bombala — Residential premises (62/10036)
[7/7161] 1948–62 Departmental brochures (62/18949)
[7/7160.2] 1952–62 Courthouse, Gundagai (62/12266)
[7/7177, 7/7178.4] 1954–62 Legal Assistance Act — Enrolment of barristers (62/21182)
[3/5946.1] 1955–62 Case of Todd v Todd (Divorce)
[12/1268–1269.1] 1930–63 Small Debts Recovery Act: 1930–33 [12/1268]; 1933–63 [12/1269.1]
[12/1303.1] 1934–63 Food Relief obtained by false pretences (63/22574)
[12/1275.2] 1946–63 Law Reform Married Persons' Bill
[12/1320.2] 1946–63 Legitimation Act (63/22438)
[12/1374–75] 1948–63 Landlord and Tenant Act — Special premises: 1948–63 [12/1375]; 1959–63 [12/1374]
[12/1349] 1950–63 Applications by prisoners for legal aid to defend a petition in divorce (AGB 63/7114)
[7/7165.1] 1955–63 Courthouse, Redfern (63/2654)
[12/1326.1] 1958–63 Commonwealth Agents and Private Inquiry Agents Act 1961
[12/4602.1] 1958–63 Appointment of Stipendiary Magistrates as prescribed authorities under Section 19A of the Commonwealth Crimes Act (63/30084)
[7/7239.2] 1959–60, 1962–63 Joint Coal Board — Annual Reports (63/30040)
[7/7218.2–7219] 1959–63 Representations re Superannuation Act (63/32926)
[12/1341.3] c.1960–63 Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act 1960 — Papers referred to in Royal Commission and representations subsequent to report (63/30435)
[7/7152–7153.1] 1961–63 Liquor Act, 1912 (63/12459)
[7/7205] 1963 Petitions expressing opposition to extending trading hours (62/22457)
[3/5949–50] 1934–64 Legal Practitioners Act and proposed Solicitors Trust Account regulations
[7/7224.2–7225] 1939–64 Main Roads Act and Local Government Act (64/6412)
[12/4602.2] 1941–64 Superseded salary agreements and awards (S.1068)
[12/1275.1] 1943–64 Churches of Christ in NSW Incorporation Bill
[12/1359–60] 1946–64 Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Act: 1946–62 [12/1359]; 1962–64 [12/1360]
[12/5494.1] 1954–64 Marriage Act (64/9085)
[7/7227.2] 1957–64 Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act, 1948 (64/465)
[12/4601], [12/4603] 1958–64 False affidavits: 1958–63 [12/4601] (62/31084); 1961–64 [12/4603] (64/35565)
[12/1319.1] 1960–64 U.K. Royal Commission on the Police (64/17466)
[12/1298.3] 1961–64 Annual Reports of Territory of Papua New Guinea (64/2313)
[12/1289.2] 1962–64 H.C. Brierly and Council of Auctioneers
[7/7214.2] 1963–64 Liquor Act, Section 67 — Size of beer glasses used in clubs (64/1145)
[12/1354.2] 1963–64 Aerial Crop Spraying Bill (63/14543)
[12/4604.1] 1963–64 Sale of land at Clearwater Estate, Tuggerah (64/16817)
[12/1294.3] 1964 Appointment of Coroner and Deputy Coroner, Wollongong (65/1762)
[12/1292] 1941–65 Roman Catholic Church Communities Lands Act (65/8601)
[12/1278.1] 1946–65 County of Cumberland Planning Scheme (65/1778)
[12/4604.2] 1950–65 Land Lease Bill, Wentworth Chambers, Phillip Street, Sydney (65/9847)
[12/5496.1] 1952–65 Defamation Act, 1958 (59/16169)
[12/1369] 1955–65 Legal Practitioners Act
[3/5951.2] 1956–65 F.J. Woodgate v Monroe & Monroe
[12/5497.4–5498] 1956–65 Liquor (Amendment) Act, 1963(2 parts)
[12/5494.2–5495] 1914–47, 1957–65 Legal Assistance Act (65/7853)(2 parts)
[12/5502.1] 1958–65 Liquor Act — Matters re clubs
[7/7181.1] 1959–65 Auctioneers, Stock and Station, Real Estate and Business Agents (Amendment) Bill (65/23987)
[12/1301.2] 1960–65 Special Report, Adult Probation Service (65/24842)
[12/1351.2] 1961–65 Defalcations of Mr R.E.S. Boyle "Kurri Kurri" (65/23236)
[12/1332] 1963–65 Commonwealth Marriage Act (68/1475)
[12/1295.2] 1964–65 Attachment of Wages Limitations Act
[12/1304.1] 1964–65 "Four Corners" (ABC television programme) —Question of contempt] of Court
[12/1307.2] 1964–65 Cases of Frank Parker and others — Privy Council appeals (65/22997)
[12/5496.2] 1964–65 Superannuation Act 1965 and Superannuation (Decimal Currency) Act 1965 (65/35017)
[12/5505.2] 1964–65 Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act (65/34936)
[12/1300] 1942–66 Conveyancing Act and Companies Reg. 44 (66/9649)
[12/1273.1] 1953–66 Minutes of Fair Rents Board conferences (66/6347)
[12/1307.1] 1953–66 Sheriff's Department — Organisation and methods investigation (66/19896)
[12/5487.1] 1955–66 Crimes (Amendment) Bill, 1961 (66/19117)
[12/1309.1] 1956–66 District Court Rules (66/34452)
[12/4605.2] 1958–66 Canteens, Thiess Bros. P/L (liquor licenses at Snowy Mountains Scheme) (66/34452)
[12/5497.3] 1958–66 Superannuation Act — Appeals under Section 85, R.W.S. Kelly and others (65/32179)
[12/1353] 1961–66 Legislation to protect sub-contractors
[12/4606.1] 1962–66 Appeal to Privy Council — Abel v Rathbone (66/19237)
[12/1327] 1963–66 Commercial Agents and Private Inquiry Agents Act, 1961
[3/5945.1] 1964–66 Monthly returns of Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act of 1948
[12/1354.1], [12/1355], [12/1331.2] 1964–66 Decimal currency changeover — Acts, etc.: 1964 [12/1354.1]; 1964–66 [12/1355]; [12/1331.2] (66/4084)
[12/1622 pt] 1966 Proposed repeal of Inebriates Act and enactment of the Treatment of Addicts Act (66/26637)
[12/4604.3] 1966 Establishment of Court of Petty Sessions, Port Kembla (66/39276)
[12/4605.1] 1966 Decimal currency machines (replacement or conversion) (66/29484)
[12/1262] 1912–67 Unauthorised Documents Act (45/4790)
[3/5946.2] 1938–67 Estate of W.E. Livingstone, South Grafton
[12/1280] 1948–67 Unconvicted and mentally ill persons detained in mental hospitals (67/30655)
[12/4606.3–4607.1] 1948–67 Applications by dam construction companies for permits to establish canteens under Section 13 (4) of the Liquor Act (67/15745 Pt].A & B)
[12/5506.2–5507.1] 1950–67 Discharged Servicemen's Badges Act, 1964 (67/29383) (2 parts)
[12/1290.1] 1958–67 Retirement of the Hon. Mr. Justice S.C. Taylor
[12/1294.2] 1958–67 Landlord and Tenant Act — Activities of C.F. Molton, E.A. Reilly and the Tenants' Association (66/15364)
[12/1299.1] 1962–67 Crimes Act inquiry re Patrick Walsh (67/16313)
[12/1270.2] 1963–67 Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act — Representations from the National Pensioners Association
[12/1308] 1963–67 Auctioneers and Agents (Amendment) Bill 1967 (67/31953)
[12/5499.2–5500.1] 1963–67 Liquor Bill, 1966 (67/7931) (2 parts)
[12/4607.2] 1966–67 Investment policy of the State Superannuation Board (67/31386)
[12/1622 pt] 1967 Ministerial Office — Statement of business (67/3107)
[12/4606.2] 1967 Appointment of additional Crown Prosecutors (67/21385)
[12/5496.3] 1967 Superannuation (Amendment) Act 1967 (67/31698)
[12/4608.2–4609] 1903–68 Jurors' fees [Question of payment of fees to jurors] (68/4815 Pt. A & B)
[12/4610.1] 1912–68 Abolition of Courts at Wollombi and West Wallsend (68/18449)
[12/1295.1] 1926–68 U.N. Convention: Recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards (59/29755)
[12/1335.2] 1936–68 Kogarah and Rockdale, Births, Deaths and Marriages Registry (68/2277)
[12/5508.2–5509.1] 1941–68 Moratorium Act (68/19882) (2 parts)
[12/12698.1 pt] 1942–68 Correspondence Precedent books (86/4085 S/B.C)
[12/1291.2] 1946–68 Latter Day Saints (60/16885)
[12/4610.2] 1947–68 Depositions — Question of supply to persons not party to proceedings (68/12363)
[12/1624] 1950–68 Annual Reports of the Housing Commission (68/14450)
[14/1082 pt] 1950–68 Money–lenders and Infants Loans Act 1941 — Exempt]ions by Inter–Colonial Land and Building Co. Ltd.(68/18866)
[14/1083] 1953–68 Alcohol, driving and breath tests(65/28487)
[12/1357–58] 1955–68 Offshore oil — Petroleum rights and Coral Sea Island (68/6191): 1955–64 [12/1358]; 1965–68 [12/1357]
[12/5499.1] 1955–68 Liquor Act regulations
[12/1293.1] 1956–68 Mitchell and Upper Murray regional development (58/15655)
[12/1273.3] 1958–68 Claims against Department for errors by officers
[12/1333] 1958–68 Corporal punishment (68/14179)
[12/4610.3] 1958–68 "The A.P.I.A. Club" and "Hakoah Soccer Club" — Registration under the Companies Act (58/28013)
[12/1267.2] 1959–68 Landlord and Tenant Act — Exclusion of premises, municipalities, etc.
[12/1291.1] 1959–68 Landlord and Tenant Act — Aston Investments (67/30887)
[12/1348] 1960–68 Coroners Act 1961 (68/1403)
[12/5506.1] 1963–68 Coroners (Amendment) Acts (67/27111)
[12/1376.2–1379], [12/1352.1] 1964–66, 1968 Landlord and Tenant Act: 1964 [12/1377]; 1965 [12/1378]; 1965–66 [12/1352.1]; 1968 [12/1376.2]; [12/1379]
[12/1278.2] 1964–68 Intra-State Airline Dispute — Air Transport Act (68/5815)
[12/1288.3] 1965–68 Annual Reports of the State Planning Authority of NSW (J 1509)
[12/5509.3] 1967–68 H.M.S. Endeavour Trust Act, 1968 (68/23701)
[12/1276] 1968 Warringah Shire Council: Report of investigation
[12/1298.1] 1968 Illawarra Planning Scheme (68/9150)
[12/5497.1] 1968 Superannuation (Amendment) Act 1968 (68/8887)
[12/5509.2] 1916–69 (Commonwealth) Service and Execution of Process Act 1901 — Courts of like jurisdiction (68/6138)
[12/5489.2–5491.1] 1924–69 Administration of Justice Act, 1924: 1924–51 [12/5489.2] (51/4345); 1924–69 [12/5490–5491.1] (A352)
[12/1264.1] 1951–69 Work in the Matrimonial Causes of the Supreme Court
[12/1279] 1960–69 Defalcations by Allan Douglas Jurd, Sheriff's Officer, Gosford (62/6241)
[12/1261.2] 1961–69 Dr J. Macrea-Yeats – Question of re-opening the inquest into his death (A4585)
[12/1296] 1961–69 Case of Mrs N.M. Buss, Marrickville
[12/5511.2] 1961–69 Trustee Companies Act, 1964 (Pt. I) (A4430)
[12/5510–5511.1] 1962–69 Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act — Activities of Peter Clyne (2 parts)
[12/1284.1] 1963–69 Government Insurance Office Annual Reports
[14/1084] 1964–69 Inquiry into case of Alexander McLeod-Lindsay (evidence and exhibits) (72/2258)
[12/1274.1], [12/1272.1] 1965–69 Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act, 1948 — "Wealthy Tenants": 1965–66 [12/1274.1] (66/9462); 1966–69 [12/1272.1]
[12/1284.2] 1965–69 Appeal of Corbishley re G.A. Locke, S. M. (67/25299)
[12/4612] 1965–69 Divorce lists congestion — Judges' reports (67/15281)
[12/12653 pt] 1967–69 Congestion in Courts of Petty Sessions in the Metropolitan areas, 1967 (67/27786 S/B.C)
[12/1277.2] 1968–69 Channel 10 televotes
[12/1282.1] 1968–69 Case of George Gavriloff
[12/4608.1], [12/4611] 1968–69 Decontrol of business premises (from rent control): 1968 [12/4608.1 Pt.1]; (68/24553]); 1969 [12/4611 Pt.2]
[12/5503.1] 1968–69 Liquor Act — Sunday trading and 18 year olds club membership (68/21776)
[12/5503.2–5504.1] 1968–69 Liquor Act — Sunday trading, in favour (J1828) (2 parts)
[12/1320.1] 1969 County of Northumberland Planning Scheme (63/3640)
[12/1356.1] 1969 Offshore oil — The case of the States v the Commonwealth over territorial rights to offshore oil
[12/5502.2] 1969 Liquor (Amendment) Act, 1969 — Representatives re Club membership (J4744)
[14/1082 pt] 1969 European Convention for Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters (A3748)
[12/5512.1] 1876–1939, 1953–70 Jurors' districts (70/8496)
[12/1265.1], [12/1266.1] 1916–70 Achievements of the Government in office (Attorney General's submissions): 1916–55 [12/1265.1]; 1955–70 [12/1266.1]
[12/5512.2] 1949–70 Fines and Forfeited Recognizances Act, 1954 (70/1967)
[12/4613.2] 1951–70 Late attendances, Ministerial Office (67/22631)
[12/1337–1338.1] 1953–70 Motor Traffic Act — Appearances on summonses, etc.: 1953–68 [12/1337]; 1968–70 [12/1338.1]
[12/1347.2] 1956–70 Return of cases referred for the decision of the Attorney General whether or not a bill should be found (66/11538)
[12/1312.2] 1960–70 Auctioneers and Agents Act ("Tossing and not splitting")
[12/12653 pt] 1967–70 Demonstrations etc, legislation (70/2530 S/B.D)
[12/1283] 1968–70 Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act – Prosecutions: 1968–69 [12/1283.1]; 1970 [12/1283.2]
[12/1293.2], [12/1319.2] 1968–70 Gaol (Prison) Returns
[12/5497.2] 1968–70 Superannuation (Amendment) Act, 1969 (70/2450)
[12/5500.2–5501.1] 1968–70 Liquor (Amendment) Act, 1969 (70/4774)(2 parts)
[12/1285] 1969–70 A.N.Z. — E.S.A. Bank merger (70/1089)
[12/1321] 1969–70 Retirement of T.J. Towns, S.M. (P2688)
[12/1376.1] 1969–70 Minors (Property and Contracts) Act 1970
[12/4613.3] 1969–70 Cases of former Sheriff's officers, L. Rees-Jones and J.L. Hogg (70/2648)
[12/1270.1] 1970 Dapto — Abolition of Court of Petty Sessions (subsequent re-establishment)
[12/1272.2] 1970 Intervention by Minister in Fair Rents Board matters and ejectment proceedings; also Public Solicitor's assistance in Fair Rents Board matters (A2344)
[12/4613.1] 1970 Delays in listing matters in Metropolitan Courts of Petty Sessions – 1970 returns from Stipendiary Magistrates for each quarter (70/6511)
[12/1314.2] 1944–71 Publication of proceedings — Children's Courts and Under First Offenders (Women) (71/1400)
[12/1302.1] 1962–71 Hire Purchase Act 1960 — Hire purchase agreement, television repairs, etc. (71/6757)
[12/1306 c.1963–71 Establishment of new Petty Sessions Districts and distribution of maps (71/17478)
[12/1271.2] 1964–71 Building statistics
[14/1089 pt–1090] 1967–71 Courts of Petty Sessions (Civil Claims) Act, 1970 — Early discussions (68/28746)
[14/1085 pt] 1968–71 Commercial Agents and Private Inquiry Agents (Amendment) Bill, 1971 (71/14452)
[14/1082 pt] 1970–71 Justices (Amendment) Act, 1971(71/9128)
[12/1287.1] 1971 Superannuation (Amendment) Act, 1971 (71/6737)
[14/1088 pt] 1913–72 Appointment of Public Trustee (72/6129)
[12/1254–60] 1942–72 Annual Reports under (Public Service) Regulation 32: 1942–50 [12/1254] (52/17776); 1951–58 [12/1255] (60/24530); 1958–60 [12/1256] (60/24530); 1961–63 [12/1257] (63/22439); 1964–66 [12/1258]; 1967–71 [12/1259]; 1972 [12/1260] (73/18275)
[12/5513–5514.1] 1945–72 Land Vendors Act, 1964 (72/10571)(2 parts)
[12/5501.2] 1947–72 Sale of liquor at airports (Mascot and Bankstown terminals, country airports) (72/9416)
[12/5487.2–5488] 1953–72 Crimes Act – Suggestions for the amendment of (67/22114) (2 parts)
[14/1087 pt] 1953–72 Committee to Review Third Party Compulsory Motor Vehicle Insurance (72/8319)
[14/1089 pt] 1958–72 Free copies of depositions on committal for police, witnesses and others (72/13892)
[12/1335.1], [12/1336] 1961–72 Criminal statistics: 1961–69 [12/1335.1]; 1969–72 [12/1336] (73/12916)
[14/1092–1093 pt] 1965–72 Courts of Petty Sessions (Civil Claims) Act, 1970 — Correspondence — Forms and submissions (70/4831)
[14/1087 pt] 1966–72 Low alcohol soft drinks (76/4971)
[12/1313.1] 1967–72 Auctioneers and Agents (Amendment) Act 1973 (73/8089)
[14/1085 pt–1086] 1967–72 Presbyterian, Methodist and Congregational Church Property Trust Acts, 1969; Presbyterian Church of Australia Act, 1971 and Presbyterian Church of Australia (Amendment) Act, 1972 (72/606)
[12/4614] 1968–72 Case of George Romeyko (Divorce Law Reform Association) (72/3201)
[14/1091], [11/16128] 1968–72 Courts of Petty Sessions (Civil Claims) — Miscellaneous papers: 1968–72 [14/1091] (unregistered No.2); 1968 Dept. of Attorney General and Justice Organisation Charts (extracted from 14/1091) [11/16128]
[12/1305.2] 1969–72 National Service registrations (sub–departments)
[12/1347.1] 1969–72 Trading coupons — Group tokens, etc.
[12/1316] 1970–72 Auctioneers and Agents (Amendment) Act 1972 (72/9902)
[14/1088 pt] 1971–72 Justices (Further Amendment) Act, 1971 (71/6630)
[12/12658 pt] 1972 State Secretariat to the Constitutional Convention Delegation (72/14646 S/B.C)
[12/5514.2–5515.1] 1918–54, 1962–73 Jury (Amendment) Act (A2156) (2 parts)
[12/5518–19] 1918–73 Appointment of Court Solicitors: Court Houses A–M [12/5518]; Court Houses N–Z [12/5519]
[14/1097 pt] 1923–73 Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Act, 1923 (70/10524)
[12/1288.2] 1931–73 Regulation 32 Annual Reports, Public Trustee (68/17051)
[12/4615.1] 1942–73 Miss E.M. Donovan of Burwood — Estate of mother (68/20365)
[14/1098–1099 pt] 1944–73 Inadequacy of penalties (73/3171)
[14/1095 pt] 1950–73 Legal Practitioners (Legal Aid) Act, 1970 and Regulations (73/7247)
[14/1093 pt–1094] 1952–73 Supreme Court Acts, 1970–72 (70/16224)
[14/1099 pt–1100] 1958–73 Quashing of inquests (73/1638)
[12/1287.2] 1959–73 Annual returns of business, Courts of Petty Sessions (includes 5 yearly returns 50/6201)
[12/1317.1] 1961–73 Registration of valuers (73/6972)
[14/1096 pt] 1961–73 Trustee Companies (Amendment) Act, 1972 (72/5401)
[12/1288.1] 1967–73 Sir Moses Montefiore Jewish Homes Act
[14/1096 pt] 1968–73 Interpretation (British Subjects) Act, 1970 (73/2175)
[14/1097 pt] 1968–73 Electricity Commission (Superannuation) Amendment Act, 1973 (73/8088)
[12/1330], [12/1334] 1970–73 Gaol (Prison) Returns: 1970–71 [12/1330] (71/168); 1972 [12/1334.1]; 1972–73 [12/1334.2] (71/13563)
[14/1101–1102 pt] 1970–73 NSW Retirement Benefits Bill, 1972 (73/2056)
[12/1305.3] 1971–73 Mock Auctions Act, 1973 (73/18471)
[12/1338.2] 1971–73 Actuaries Report, Triennial Valuations, State Superannuation Fund (73/14763)
[12/4615.2] 1972–73 Miss Violet Davies — Rambling letters (73/10417)
[14/1095 pt] 1972–73 Justices (Amendment) Act, 1973 (72/18943)
[14/1121 pt] 1902–74 Charges for copies of depositions (74/3434)
[14/1110–11] 1934–74 Jury exemptions: 1934–69 [14/1110 pt] (68/1182); 1955–74 [14/1110 pt–1111] (74/18890)
[12/1625] 1938–74 Family Law Division/Divorce Courts (74/7125)
[14/1102 pt–1107] 1941–74 Money-lenders and Infants Loans Act, 1941 — Exemptions: 1941–74 [14/1105 pt–1106] (Pt. C; 72/9803); 1956–74 [14/1104–1105 pt] (Pt .B; 74/945); 1959–74 [14/1102 pt–1103] (Pt .A; 71/14894); 1964–74 [14/1107] (Pt. D; 74/9442)
[12/5515.2] 1943–74 Uniform leave conditions for ministerial employees (73/14577)
[14/1116 pt] 1946–74 Arrangements with Commonwealth over Matrimonial Causes Act (72/4072)
[14/1118 pt] 1948–74 Sydney Rescue Work Society Act, 1974 (74/15432)
[12/1301.1] 1955–74 Annual Reports of the Department of Public Works
[12/12656] 1958–74 Establishment of the Court of Appeal — Appointment of Judges of Court of Appeal (71/8620 S/B.J)
[12/1297] 1961–74 Soldiers' Garden Village, Matraville (74/7305): 1961–65 [12/1297.1]; 1966–74 [12/1297.2]
[14/1113] 1963–74 Evidence (Reproductions) Act, 1967 (73/20142)
[14/1108 pt] 1964–74 Superannuation (Amendment) Act, 1970 (70/3563)
[12/1282.2] 1965–74 Annual Reports of the Prisons Department
[14/1117 pt] 1965–74 Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Regulations under 1973 Act and Conveyancing Act, 1919 (73/19729)
[14/1116 pt] 1966–74 Proposals for Family Courts (74/5267)
[12/1274.2], [12/1339–40] 1968–74 Commercial Transactions (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act: 1968–74 [12/1274.2]; 1970–71 [12/1339] (72/15377); 1971–72 [12/1340] (72/15377)
[14/1119 pt] 1968–74 Appeals to High Court of Privy Council under Section 17(3) of the Legal Assistance Act (72/9198)
[14/1120 pt] 1968–74 Regulations under the Landlord and Tenant Act (74/19581)
[14/1109 pt] 1970–74 Superannuation (Further Amendment) Act, 1974 (74/19036)
[14/1112 1970–74 Defamation Act, 1974 (74/572)
[14/1115 pt] 1970–74 Pyramid and inertia selling (72/3505)
[14/1118 pt] 1970–74 District Court Act, 1973 (73/10912)
[14/1120 pt] 1970–74 Commonwealth Places (Administration of Laws) Act, 1970 and Amendments arising from the Worthing case (72/4261)
[12/12697 pt] 1972–74 Australian Constitutional Convention (86/511 S/B.A)
[14/1109 pt] 1972–74 Superannuation (Amendment) Act, 1974 (74/6124)
[12/1322], [12/1328] 1973–74 Strata Titles Act 1973: 1973 [12/1322] (Pt. B & C; 71/11294); 1973–74 [12/1328.1–.2] (Pt. I & II; 74/8481)
[12/5515.3] 1973–74 Lay-by sales, complaints etc. (74/6008)
[14/1108 pt] 1973–74 Money-lenders and Infants Loans (Amendment) Bill, 1973 (84/9702)
[14/1115 pt] 1973–74 Justices (Amendment) Act, 1974 (74/13335)
[12/5516.2] 1974 Returns for open and closed prisons (from Corrective Services)
[12/12694 pt] 1974 Computers and the law (83/5781 S/B.C)
[14/1117 pt] 1974 Glebe and other Properties (Special Provisions) Act, 1974 (74/18981)
[14/1119 pt] 1974 Houghton and Moore and the Fraud Squad (86/2354)
[14/1123 pt] 1910–75 Conventions on legal proceedings to which Australia is a party (66/7085)
[12/1317.2] 1948–75 Capital punishment
[12/12660 pt] 1956–75 Public Accountants Registration Board (75/3223 S/B.P)
[14/1126 pt], [12/5516.1] 1961–75 Standard Insurance Company Limited and Certain Other Insurance Companies Act, 1963: 1961–75 [14/1126 pt] (75/3891); 1962–64, 1974 [12/5516.1] (64/8441)
[14/1127–1128 pt] 1964–75 Consumer protection, and consumer credit acts and bills 75/9235)
[12/4615.3] 1965–75 Anonymous, unregistered and unofficial papers
[12/5516.3–5517 1967–75 Service of documents for foreign tribunals and letters of request (74/8785) (2 parts)
[14/1124 pt] 1968–75 Metrication of Acts administered by the Department of the Attorney General and of Justice (75/3803)
[14/1122 pt] 1969–75 Justices (Amendment) Act, 1970 (71/9931)
[14/1122 pt] 1970–75 Motor Vehicles Third Party Compulsory Insurance — Representations (75/16043)
[14/1123 pt] 1970–75 Privacy Committee Bill, 1975 (75/3988)
[14/1124 pt] 1970–75 Research into alcoholism and drug dependence (74/18481)
[14/1126 pt] 1970–75 National Compensation Bill (74/10685)
[14/1125 pt] 1971–75 Law Reform Commission — Miscellaneous (75/11593)
[14/1125 pt] 1973–75 District Court (Amendment) Act, 1975 (75/4465)
[12/1326.2] 1974–75 Strata Titles (Amendment) Act, 1974 (75/19064)
[14/1122 pt] 1974–75 Poker machines (J.W. Dickson and payment of secret commissions by poker machine manufacturers) (86/2378)
[14/1122 pt] 1974–75 Parliamentary Papers (Supplementary Provisions) Bill, 1975 (75/14983)
[12/1305.1] 1975 Blood transfusions refused by Jehovah's Witnesses
[14/1121 pt] 1975 Bills for Courts of Petty Sessions (Civil Claims) Amendment Act, 1975; District Court (Further Amendment) Act, 1975; and Money-lending (Amendment) Act, 1975 (74/10445)
[14/1139 pt–1140 pt] 1895–1976 Statute Law Revision Bill, 1976 (73/5818 Pt.1 & 2): 1895–1973 [14/1139 pt]; 1971–76 [14/1140 pt]
[12/5507.2–5508.1], [14/1134 pt] 1924–76 Allocation of acts and functions of departments: 1924–68 [12/5507.2–5508.1] (67/18978); 1966–76 [14/1134 pt] (70/12662)
[14/1129 pt] 1939–76 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (76/8529)
[14/1137 pt] 1948–76 Extradition proceedings (overseas); Bradley – Thorne papers; and Fugitives Offenders Act, 1881 and proposed amendments (75/19065)
[14/1135 pt] 1961–76 Supplying of addresses in Divorce proceedings (76/8917)
[12/1323–24], [12/1319.3] 1962–76 Legal aid applications — General: 1962–69 [12/1323]; 1969–76 [12/1324]; 1973–75 [12/1319.3]
[14/1128 pt] 1962–76 The undertaking business — Funeral funds and lawn cemeteries (75/18771)
[14/1135 pt–1136] 1963–76 False affidavits (70/9451)
[12/12665 pt] 1966–76 Juries — General file (75/18058 S/B.J)
[14/1138 pt] 1967–76 Y.M.C.A. of Sydney Incorporation (Amendment) Bill (76/1703)
[14/1139 pt] 1969–76 Douglas S. Morgan, solicitor — Representations on various subjects (71/11374)
[12/1329.1–.2] 1970–76 Strata Titles Act (Pt .II) (74/14128)
[12/12655] 1970–76 Special Constables (71/8068 S/B.S)
[14/1130 pt] 1970–76 Proclamations under Section 94 of the Superannuation Act (under age 65) (74/16113)
[12/12670] 1972–76 United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (76/7117 S/B.U)
[14/1148 pt–1149] 1972–76 Constitutional Convention Secretariat — Miscellaneous papers including Ministerial submissions, policy issues and proceedings of Hobart Steering Committee (81/8833)
[14/1150] 1972–76 Constitutional Convention Secretariat — Miscellaneous papers including submissions, and Steering Committee papers (81/8834)
[14/1129 pt] 1973–76 District Court (Fees Amendment) — Regulations, 1976 (73/8927)
[14/1132] 1973–76 Inadequacy of penalties for crimes of violence (76/15009)
[14/1133 pt] 1973–76 Legal aid for Aboriginals (73/2484)
[12/12660 pt] 1974–76 Protection of the rights of sub-contractors in the building industry (74/14391 S/B.S)
[14/1129 pt] 1974–76 First Offenders (Women) Repeal Act, 1976 (75/15387)
[14/1130 pt] 1974–76 Racial Discrimination Act, 1975 (Commonwealth) (74/17776)
[14/1131 pt] 1974–76 Proposed amendments to or enactment of Acts under the administration of the Attorney General and Minister of Justice (76/1684)
[14/1131 pt] 1974–76 Review of the Machinery of Government (Corporate Plan) (75/6753)
[14/1133 pt] 1974–76 The Uniting Church relator suit (76/12041)
[14/1137 pt] 1974–76 Divorce delays (75/16540)
[14/1138 pt] 1974–76 Interim report of the Committee on Community Relations (76/526)
[14/1134 pt] 1974–76 South Sydney Junior Rugby League Club Ltd — Court decisions (75/18053)
[14/1151] 1974–76 Constitutional Convention Secretariat – Minutes of Executive Committee meetings (81/8832)
[12/12665 pt] 1976 Productivity review (75/18645 S/B.P)
[12/12672] 1976 Public Prosecutor Inquiry. S.9 Public Service Act — P.A.L. Western Bail case (76/10691 S/B.P)
[14/1129 pt] 1976 Acts Reprinting (Amendment) Bill, 1976 (76/8476)
[14/1130 pt] 1976 Restraints of Trade Act, 1976 (76/10103)
[12/12679 pt] 1950–77 Capital punishment, requests for abolition (77/10443)
[14/1141 pt] 1950–77 Supply of free copies of depositions in other than committal cases (76/17668)
[12/12680 pt] 1955–77 Public servants, arrest of (77/11725 S/B.P)
[14/1145–46] 1955–77 Appointment of an Ombudsman: 1955–73 [14/1145 pt] (73/7333); 1972–77 [14/1145 pt–1146] (73/8287)
[14/1140 pt] 1963–77 Unincorporated associations (70/403)
[14/1164] 1965–77 Abortion — Applications for No Bill in abortion cases (75/4298)
[12/12678 pt] 1966–77 Law Reform Commission reports (77/4605 S/B.L)
[14/1142] 1966–77 Suggested amendments to Small Debts Recovery Act, 1912 and matters for inclusion in Courts of Petty Sessions (Civil Claims) Act, 1970 (70/6421)
[12/12677 pt] 1967–77 Assaults on Sheriff's Officers and Bailiffs (77/1165 S/B.S)
[14/1144] 1967–77 Periodic Detention of Prisoners Act, 1970 (75/5305)
[12/12666–12667 pt] 1968–77 Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research — Establishment (75/18917 S/B.B)
[12/1341.2] 1969–77 Project Score Survey (Survey of Research conducted by Commonwealth Department of Science and Australian Bureau of Statistics) (74/15999)
[14/1143 pt] 1969–77 Legislative programmes; Governor's and Budget speeches; and Electoral issues (75/18897)
[12/12661] 1970–77 Inter-Departmental Committee on Motor Traffic Offences (75/4394 S/B.G)
[12/12652] 1971–77 Vardin International — Case papers (Unregistered S/B.V)
[14/1152–54] 1971–77 Commonwealth/State miscellaneous matters (includes Commonwealth intrusions into State areas of responsibility; Commonwealth Royal Commissions; legislation to protect Visiting Heads of State; Conference on Law of the Sea and many other matters): 1971–77 [14/1152] (74/7301); 1972–76 [14/1153] (75/17236); 1973–77 [14/1154] (77/8563)
[12/1325.1] 1973–77 Child Welfare (Granting of legal aid) (71/11294)
[12/12669 pt] 1973–77 College of Law (76/5476 S/B.C.)
[14/1143 pt] 1973–77 Legal aid — Miscellaneous papers (85/3445)
[14/1147–1148 pt] 1973–77 Constitutional Convention Secretariat — Standing Committee papers: 1973–76 (Committees B and D) [14/1147] (81/8831); 1973–77 (Committees A and D) [14/1148 pt] (81/8836)
[12/1331.1] 1974–77 1976 Anglican Church legislation
[12/12667 pt] 1975–77 Interdepartmental Committee on Fire Safety (76/3731 S/B.T)
[12/12673 pt] 1975–77 Children of God religious sect (77/4 S/B.C)
[12/12681] 1976–77 Establishment of a Criminal Registry (77/13935 S/B.C)
[14/1141 pt] 1976–77 Wills, Probate and Administration (Amendment) Act, 1977 (76/9343)
[12/12676–12677 pt] 1977 Victimless Crime Seminar (77/988 S/B.V Pt 1)
[12/12683] 1977 Allocation of the administration of Acts (78/6 S/B.A)
[12/12658 pt] 1942–78 Appointment of Secretary — Licences Reduction Board etc (72/10851 S/B.L)
[14/1155 pt] 1944–78 Case of Mrs Muriel Power (public housing) (70/6339)
[12/12662] 1945–78 Salaries of senior officers and stipendiary magistrates (75/4964 S/B.S)
[12/12659 pt] 1947–78 Salaries of statutory and other officers — Chief Industrial Magistrate, Public Trustee, President Super. Board, Licensing Magistrates, etc. (73/5676 S/B.S)
[12/12668–12669 pt] 1949–78 Transplant of human organs (76/4972 S/B.T)
[12/12659 pt] 1952–78 Lord Howe Island — Courts of Petty Sessions (73/3105 S/B.L)
[14/1156 pt] 1961–78 Married Women's Property Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1964 (73/16688)
[14/1114, 12/12684] 1965–78 Legal education: 1965–74 [14/1114] (74/7711); 1966–78 [12/12684] (78/3652 S/B.L)
[12/12657 pt], [12/12663 pt] 1968–78 Public Service Board's Annual Report — Material for inclusion in: 1968–78 [12/12657 pt] (71/10841 S/B.P); 1975 [12/12663 pt] (75/7348 S/B.P)
[12/12671 pt] 1969–78 Russian Orthodox Church — Relator suits (76/9105 S/B.R)
[12/12685 pt] 1969–78 Statutory Interest Account (78/4852 S/B.S)
[12/12651] 1970–78 Regulation 32 Reports (Unregistered S/B.R)
[12/12654 pt] 1970–78 Sheriff's Office administration (organization, staffing, training, etc) (70/4033 S/B.S)
[12/12694 pt] 1970–78 Custody of children (83/5865 S/B.C)
[12/12664] 1972–78 Relator suits (75/8647 S/B.R)
[14/1155 pt] 1972–78 Legal Practitioners and Other Acts (Amendment) Act, 1974 (76/13344)
[12/12678 pt] 1975–78 Drug Diversionary Programme — Driver Improvement Programme (77/7934 S/B.D)
[12/12671 pt] 1976–78 Royal Commission into Corrective Services — Payment of Counsel's fees (76/8973 S/B.C)
[12/12680 pt] 1976–78 Penalties, inadequacy of — Representations (77/13094 S/B.P)
[12/12696 pt] 1976–78 Defamation — Australian Law Reform Commission report and related material (84/8685)
[14/1156 pt] 1976–78 District Court (Amendment) Act, 1978 (77/11373)
[12/12685 pt] 1978 Stevenson v Commissioner of Main Roads and Public Transport Commission — Court of Appeal judgment (78/9407 S/B.S)
[12/12696 pt] 1978 Ethnic Affairs Commission — 1978 Report (84/9667 S/B.E)
[12/12688] 1963–79 Crown representation of public servants — Precedent files (79/2030 S/B.C)
[14/1157 pt–1163] 1968–79 Abortion – Representations re proposed new legislation: 1968–70 [14/1157 pt] (70/8764); 1969–70 [14/1158–1159 pt]; 1971–73 [14/1159 pt]; 1974–75 [14/1160]; 1975–76 (includes literature re abortions and abortion legislation) [14/1161]; 1977–78 A–L [14/1162]; 1977–78 M–Z [14/1163 pt]; 1977–79 [14/1163 pt]
[12/12686] 1970–79 Public Prosecutors Office (Clerk of the Peace) — Staffing (79/734 S/B.P)
[12/12690 pt] 1970–79 Immunity for witnesses in abortion and other cases (79/5398 S/B.I)
[12/12673 pt] 1973–79 District Court — Statutory meetings of District Court Judges; Proper amendments to District Court Act (77/871 S/B.D)
[14/1157 pt] 1973–79 Law Foundation of New South Wales (74/2711)
[12/12648 pt] 1974–79 Human Rights papers (Unregistered S/B.H)
[12/12682 pt] 1975–79 Enforcement of money judgments (77/14784 S/B.E)
[12/12691] 1975–79 Relator actions (79/12043 S/B.R)
[12/12692] 1975–79 Child Welfare amendments (80/1802 S/B.C)
[12/12682 pt] 1977–79 Russian Orthodox Church — Affairs of, outside of Russia (77/14870 S/B.R)
[12/12698.1 pt] 1978–79 Co–operative Companies and Securities Scheme — Administrative remedies (88/6906 S/B.C)
[12/12663 pt] 1979 Royal Commission on Crime in Registered Clubs (Judge Moffitt) (75/5343 S/B.R)
[12/12697 pt] 1979 Royal Commission on Criminal procedure, UK — Visit to Australia by (84/9831 S/B.R)
[12/12657 pt] 1951–80 Land and Valuation Courts — Appointment of judges (72/496 S/B.L)
[14/1166 pt] 1962–80 Legal Assistance and Suitors' Fund (Amendment) Bill, 1969 (76/3027)
[12/5504.2–5505.1] 1968–80 Liquor Act — Sunday trading, against (J1206) (2 parts)
[12/12674–75] 1968–80 Traffic (77/901 S/B.T)
[14/1165] 1969–80 Law Reform Commission Report on Commercial Arbitration (77/2886)
[12/12687 pt] 1974–80 The Uniting Church in Australia (79/1111 S/B.U)
[12/12689] 1975–80 Matters relating to various Coroners' inquests (79/2420 S/B.I)
[12/12695 pt] 1976–80 Drugs – Miscellaneous material re penalties (84/8322)
[12/12695 pt] 1979–80 Burns Philp Trustee Co Ltd. — Takeover bid for the Union Fidelity Trustee Co of Australia Ltd. (83/5899)
[12/12693] 1966–81 Delays in hearing of Civil and Criminal matters (81/1940 S/B.D)
[12/12649–50] 1981 Law Foundation of New South Wales — Projects Accreditation Committee Meeting(Unregistered S/B.L)
[12/12654 pt] 1976–82 Civil Liberties Newsletter (71/5680 S/B.C)
[14/1166 pt] 1980–82 Daylight Saving representations (20% random selection)
[12/12687 pt] 1972–83 Reports of Licences Reduction Board – Civilian inspectors (79/1932 S/B.L)
[12/12690 pt] 1976–83 Unauthorized documents (79/7129 S/B.U)
[12/12679 pt] 1971–84 Appointments to Insurance Committee (77/8735 S/B.I)
[12/12648 pt] 1979–84 Legal Education Consultative Committee (Unregistered S/B.L)