Culture, Libraries and the Arts (Consequential Provisions) Bill 1998
||The purpose of this Bill is to deal with the amendments that can now be made to the Art Gallery Act 1959 and to the Museum Act 1969 as a result of the process began over a year ago to ensure that the Art Gallery of Western Australia and the Western Australian Museum become service agencies of the new Ministry for Culture and the Arts. The Bill removes the Corporate Status of these statutory authorities and creates two statutory advisory bodies, the Art Gallery Advisory Board and the Museum Council. The Bill also re-establishes the Art Gallery Foundation and creates the Museum Science and Humanities Foundation. Finally, the Bill repeals the Perth Theatre Trust Act 1979 and the Library Board of Western Australia Act 1951.|
||Reinstated to the stage reached in the previous Session
This Act comes into operation on a day fixed by Proclamation
Previous Versions of this Bill
|Legislative Assembly|| ||Date||Note No.||Related Documents|
|Introduced|| ||10/21/1998 || || |
|First Reading|| ||10/21/1998 || || |
|Second Reading|| ||10/27/1998 ||1,2 || |
|Second Reading Speech|| || || |
|Other Procedures|| ||Date||Note No.||Related Links|
|Reinstated to the stage reached in the previous Session || ||08/09/2000 ||4 |
|1. Cognate debate with the Culture, Libraries and the Arts Bill 1998.|
2. Explanatory memorandum provided.
3. Restored from the Second Session of Parliament on 11 August 1999.
4. Restored from the Third Session of Parliament on 9 August 2000.