Transferred Officers Extended Leave Act 1961 No 13

Effective date Publication date Amendments included Notes
17 January 2005 17 January 2005 2004 No 114
21 September 1996 21 September 1996 1996 No 30

This Act has also been amended pursuant to an order under secs 8 (2) and 9 (3) of the Reprints Act 1972 No 48 (previously Acts Reprinting Act 1972). Order dated 6.2.1973, and published in GG No 21 of 9.2.1973, p 406, declaring that the Transferred Officers Extended Leave Act 1961 is an enactment to which sec 8 (2) and sec 9 (3) of the Acts Reprinting Act 1972, apply.

Transferred Officers Extended Leave Act 1961 No 13

Assented to 24.03.1961.

Teaching Services Amendment Act 2004 No 114

Assented to 21.12.2004.

Date of commencement, 17.1.2005, sec 2 and GG No 7 of 14.1.2005, p 97.

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1996 No 30

Assented to 21.06.1996.

Date of commencement of Sch 3, 3 months after assent, sec 2 (3).

Public Sector Management Amendment Act 1995 No 36

Assented to 25.09.1995.

Date of commencement, 13.10.1995, sec 2.

Amending legislation

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No 2) 1995 No 99

Assented to 21.12.1995.

Date of commencement of the provision of Sch 2 relating to the Public Sector Management Amendment Act 1995, assent, sec 2 (2).

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1993 No 46

Assented to 15.06.1993.

Date of commencement of the provision of Sch 2 relating to the Transferred Officers Extended Leave Act 1961, assent, Sch 2.

Technical and Further Education Commission Act 1990 No 118

Assented to 18.12.1990.

Date of commencement, 1.2.1991, sec 2 and GG No 20 of 1.2.1991, p 868.

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No 1) 1987 No 48

Assented to 28.05.1987.

Date of commencement of Sch 32, except as provided by sec 2 (13), 1.9.1987, sec 2 (12) and GG No 136 of 28.8.1987, p 4809.

Miscellaneous Acts (Education Commission) Repeal and Amendment Act 1980 No 24

Assented to 16.04.1980.

Date of commencement of Sch 2, 20.10.1980, sec 2 (2) and GG No 152 of 17.10.1980, p 5395.

Transferred Officers Extended Leave (Amendment) Act 1973 No 33

Assented to 02.05.1973.

Teaching Service Act 1970 No 4

Assented to 13.03.1970.

Date of commencement, except where otherwise provided, 1.1.1971, sec 1 (2) and GG No 93 of 31.7.1970, p 2953.

Transferred Officers Extended Leave (Amendment) Act 1969 No 15

Assented to 26.03.1969.

Transferred Officers Extended Leave (Amendment) Act 1963 No 52

Assented to 13.12.1963.

Date of commencement of sec 2, 24.3.1961, sec 3 (1).

(Declarations under sec 2 (2))

GG No 42 of 7.4.1961:

Commonwealth of Australia

Australian Atomic Energy Commission.
Australian Broadcasting Commission.
Australian Broadcasting Control Board.
Directorate of Civil Defence.
Joint Coal Board.
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.
Commonwealth Hostels Limited.
National Capital Development Commission.
Commonwealth National Library.
Commonwealth and Territories Police Force.
Government Printing Office.
Commonwealth Railways.
River Murray Commission.
Australian Shipbuilding Board.
Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Authority.
Overseas Telecommunication Commission (Australia).
Trans-Australian Airlines.
Australian Universities Commission.

State of Queensland

Department of Railways.
Police Force.
Golden Casket Art Union Office.

State of South Australia

Police Force.
Railways Department.
South Australian Housing Trust.
Electricity Trust of South Australia.
Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science.

State of Tasmania

Police Force
Teaching Staff (appointed under Education Act).
Transport Commission.
Hydro-Electric Commission.
Tasmanian Government Insurance Office.
Tourist and Immigration Bureau.
Legislative Council.
House of Assembly.

State of Victoria

Grain Elevators Board.
Milk Board.
Fair Rents Board.
State Electricity Commission.
Hospitals and Charities Commission.
Country Roads Board.
Geelong Harbour Trust.
Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works.
Melbourne Harbour Trust.
Portland Harbour Trust.
Latrobe Valley Water and Sewerage Board.
Town and Country Planning Board.
Soldier Settlement Commission.
Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board.
Railways Department.
Transport Regulation Board.
Rural Finance Corporation.

State of Western Australia

Education Teaching Service.
Public Library.
Museum and Art Gallery.
State Electricity Commission.
Western Australian Government Railways Commission.
State Building Supplies.
State Shipping Service.
Fremantle Harbour Trust.
State Implement and Engineering Works.
Main Roads.
Legislative Assembly.
Legislative Council.
Western Australian Transport Board.
Metropolitan (Perth) Passenger Transport Trust.
Police Force.

GG No 10 of 2.2.1962:

Police Force of Victoria.

GG No 118 of 23.11.1962:

Australian Commonwealth Shipping Board.

GG No 131 of 27.12.1963:

Civil Construction Corps.

GG No 112 of 25.9.1964:

Australian Stevedoring Industry Authority.

GG No 139 of 2.11.1973:

Snowy Mountains Engineering Corporation.

GG No 141 of 29.10.1976:

Australian Honey Board.

GG No 62 of 18.4.1980:

Australian Wheat Board.

GG No 41 of 13.3.1981:

Law Reform Commission of Australia.
Australian Wool Corporation.

GG No 2 of 7.1.1983:

Commonwealth Teaching Service.
Australian War Memorial.

GG No 93 of 14.6.1985:

Australian Meat and Live-Stock Corporation.

GG No 85 of 23.5.1986:

Australia Council.

GG No 179 of 20.11.1987:

Pipeline Authority.

GG No 88 of 20.5.1988:

Special Broadcasting Service.

GG No 49 of 12.4.1990:

Australian National Museum.
Australian National Gallery.
Albury–Wodonga Development Corporation.

GG No 113 of 14.9.1990:

Northern Territory Power and Water Authority.

GG No 30 of 26.3.1993:

Australian Coastal Shipping Commission
Australian Shipping Commission

(Declarations under sec 2 (2))

GG No 42 of 7.4.1961:

Maritime Services Board.
Water Conservation and Irrigation Commission.
Department of Main Roads.
Metropolitan Water, Sewerage and Drainage Board.
Police Force.
Department of Railways.
Department of Government Transport.
Department of Motor Transport.
Milk Board.
The Legislature.
Metropolitan Meat Industry Board.
Electricity Commission.
Hunter District Water Board.

GG No 127 of 24.11.1961:

Board of Fire Commissioners of New South Wales.
Broken Hill Water Board.

GG No 52 of 1.6.1962:

State Mines Control Authority.

GG No 68 of 20.7.1962:

Grain Elevators Board of New South Wales.

GG No 139 of 29.10.1965:

State Planning Authority of New South Wales.

GG No 136 of 16.10.1970:

The Auburn District Hospital.
The Balmain Hospital.
The Bankstown Hospital.
The Canterbury District Memorial Hospital.
The Eastern Suburbs Hospital.
The Fairfield District Hospital.
The Hornsby and District Hospital.
The Langton Clinic (Moore Park).
The Liverpool District Hospital.
The Manly District Hospital.
The Marrickville District Hospital.
The Mona Vale District Hospital.
The Parramatta District Hospital.
The Prince Henry Hospital.
The Prince of Wales Hospital.
The Rachel Forster Hospital.
The Royal North Shore Hospital of Sydney.
The Royal South Sydney Hospital.
The Ryde District Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital.
The St George Hospital.
The Sutherland Hospital.
The Sydney Hospital.
The Sydney Homoepathic Hospital.
The Sydney Home Nursing Service.
The Western Suburbs Hospital.
The Women’s Hospital (Crown Street).
The Karitane Mothercraft Society in respect of: Karitane Mothercraft Training Centre, Woollahra.
The Australian Red Cross Society in respect of: Blood Transfusion Service; The Graythwaite Red Cross Home, North Sydney; Eleanor Mackinnon Junior Red Cross Home, Cronulla; The Lady Gowrie Red Cross Convalescent Home, Gordon; Berida Junior Red Cross Home; The Bodington Red Cross Hospital.
The Benevolent Society of New South Wales in respect of: The Royal Hospital for Women; Scarba (Bondi).
NSW College of Nursing.
New South Wales Society for Crippled Children in respect of: Margaret Reid Home, St Ives; Cleaveland Hospital and Clinic For Crippled Children (Surry Hills); Beverley Park Home, Campbelltown.
The Carrington Centennial Hospital for Convalescents.
The Royal Ryde Homes.
Royal Society for the Welfare of Mothers and Babies in respect of: The Carpenter Mothercraft Home, Wollstonecraft; The Tresillian Homes at Petersham, Vaucluse, and Willoughby.
United Dental Hospital.
The Adelong Hospital.
The Albury Base Hospital.
The Armidale and New England Hospital, Armidale.
The Ballina District Hospital.
The Balranald District Hospital.
The Bangalow District (War Memorial) Hospital.
The Barham and Koondrook Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital.
The Barraba Hospital.
The Bateman’s Bay District Hospital.
The Bathurst District Hospital.
The Batlow District Hospital.
The Bega District Hospital.
The Bellinger River District Hospital.
The Berrigan War Memorial Hospital.
The Bowral and District Hospital.
The Bingara District Hospital.
The Blacktown District Hospital.
The Blayney District Hospital.
The Blue Mountains District Anzac Memorial Hospital.
The Boggabri District Hospital.
The Bombala District Hospital.
The Boorowa District Hospital.
The Bourke District Hospital.
The Braidwood District Hospital.
The Brentwood Hospital, Muswellbrook.
The Brewarrina District Hospital.
The Broken Hill and District Hospital.
The Bulahdelah District Hospital.
The Bulli District Hospital.
The Byron District Hospital.
The Camden District Hospital.
The Campbell Hospital, Coraki.
The Canowindra Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital.
The Carcoar District Hospital.
The Casino and District Memorial Hospital.
The Cessnock District Hospital.
The Cobar District Hospital.
The Coff’s Harbour and District Hospital.
The Coledale District Hospital.
The Collarenebri District Hospital.
The Condobolin District Hospital.
The Coolah District Hospital.
The Cooma District Hospital.
The Coonabarabran District Hospital.
The Coonamble District Hospital.
The Cootamundra District Hospital.
The Corowa Hospital.
The Cowra District Hospital.
The Crookwell District Hospital.
The Cudal War Memorial Hospital.
The Culcairn District Hospital.
The Delegate District Hospital.
The Deniliquin Hospital.
The Dorrigo Hospital.
The Dubbo Base Hospital.
The Dunedoo War Memorial Hospital.
The Dungog and District Hospital.
The Eugowra Memorial Hospital.
The Finley Hospital.
The Forbes District Hospital.
The Gilgandra District Hospital.
The Glen Innes District Hospital.
The Gloucester Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital.
The Goodooga District Hospital.
The Gosford District Hospital.
The Goulburn Base Hospital.
The Governor Phillip Special Hospital (Penrith).
The Gower Wilson Memorial Hospital, Lord Howe Island
The Grafton Base Hospital.
The Aruma Home (Grafton).
The Grenfell District Hospital.
The Griffith Base Hospital.
The Gulgong District Hospital.
The Gundagai District Hospital.
The Gunnedah District Hospital.
The Guyra District War Memorial Hospital.
The Hastings District Hospital.
The Hawkesbury Benevolent Society and Hospital.
The Hay Hospital.
The Henty District Hospital.
The Hillston District Hospital.
The Holbrook District Hospital.
The Inverell District Hospital.
The Ivanhoe District Hospital.
The Jerilderie District Hospital.
The Junee District Hospital.
The Kiama District Hospital.
The Kyogle Memorial Hospital.
The Kurri Kurri District Hospital.
The Lake Cargelligo District Hospital.
The Leeton District Hospital.
The Lismore Base Hospital.
The Lithgow District Hospital.
The Lockhart and District Hospital.
The McCaughey Memorial Hospital, Urana.
The Macksville and District Hospital.
The Maclean (Lower Clarence) Hospital.
The Macleay District Hospital.
The Maitland Hospital.
The Manilla District Hospital.
The Manning River District Hospital.
The Merriwa District Hospital.
The Milton-Ulladulla Hospital.
The Molong District Hospital.
The Moree District Hospital.
The Moruya District Hospital.
The Mudgee District Hospital.
The Mullumbimby and District War Memorial Hospital.
The Murrumburrah-Harden District Hospital.
The Narrabri District Hospital.
The Narrandera District Hospital.
The Narromine District Hospital.
The Nepean District Hospital.
The Newcastle Western Suburbs Maternity Hospital.
The Nimbin District Memorial Hospital.
The Nyngan District Hospital.
The Oberon District Hospital.
The Old Folk’s Home (Broken Hill).
The Orange Base Hospital.
The Pambula District Hospital.
The Parkes District Hospital.
The Port Kembla District Hospital.
The Portland District Hospital.
The Prince Albert Memorial Hospital (Tenterfield).
The Queanbeyan District Hospital.
The Queen Victoria Memorial Hospitals.
The Quirindi District Hospital.
The Royal Newcastle Hospital.
The Rylstone District Hospital.
The Scott Memorial Hospital (Scone).
The Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital.
The Singleton District Hospital.
The Tamworth Base Hospital.
The Temora and District Hospital.
The Tibooburra District Hospital.
The Tingha District Hospital.
The Tocumwal Hospital.
The Tottenham Hospital.
The Trangie Hospital.
The Tullamore District Hospital.
The Tumbarumba District Hospital.
The Tumut and District Hospital.
The Tweed District Hospital.
The Urbenville and District Hospital.
The Ungarie District Hospital.
The Vegetable Creek Hospital.
The Wagga Wagga Base Hospital.
The Walcha District Hospital.
The Wallsend District Hospital.
The Walgett District Hospital.
The Warialda District Hospital.
The Warren District Hospital.
The Wauchope District Memorial Hospital.
The Wee Waa District Hospital.
The Wellington District Hospital.
The Wentworth District Hospital.
The Werris Creek District Hospital.
The Wilcannia and District Hospital.
The Wilson Memorial Hospital (Murrurundi).
The Wingham and District War Memorial Hospital.
The Wollongong Hospital.
The Wyalong and District Hospital.
The Yass District Hospital.
The Yeoval Hospital.
The Young District Hospital.

GG No 3 of 14.1.1972:

The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
The Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children.
Chatswood District Community Hospital.

GG No 19 of 2.2.1973:

Public Transport Commission of New South Wales.

GG No 93 of 13.7.1973:

New South Wales Ambulance Board.

GG No 139 of 2.11.1973:

Zoological Parks Board of New South Wales.
Health Commission of New South Wales.
Dairy Industry Authority of New South Wales.

GG No 36 of 29.3.1974:

Sydney Cove Redevelopment Authority.

GG No 38 of 21.2.1975:

New South Wales Planning and Environment Commission.

GG No 129 of 3.10.1975:

Metropolitan Waste Disposal Authority.

GG No 104 of 16.9.1977:

Totalizator Agency Board of New South Wales.
New South Wales Retirement Board.
Transport Retirement Board.
New South Wales Fish Marketing Authority.
Greyhound Racing Control Board.

GG No 138 of 11.11.1977:

New South Wales Film Corporation.

GG No 171 of 7.12.1979:

New South Wales Hospitals Planning Advisory Centre.
Trotting Authority of New South Wales.

GG No 31 of 26.2.1982:

Westmead Centre of the Parramatta Hospitals.

GG No 122 of 10.9.1982:

Sydney Farm Produce Market Authority.

GG No 123 of 24.7.1987:

Public Authorities Superannuation Board.

GG No 2 of 13.1.1989:

Independent Commission Against Corruption.

GG No 87 of 4.8.1989:

Judicial Commission of New South Wales.

GG No 94 of 15.9.1989:

ACT Electricity and Water Authority.

GG No 49 of 12.4.1990:

Community Welfare Corporation.

GG No 30 of 26.3.1993:

Home Care Service of New South Wales.
Sydney Electricity.
New South Wales Lotteries.
Government Pricing Tribunal of New South Wales.

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No reference is made to certain amendments made by the Reprints Act 1972, and Schedule 3 (amendments replacing gender-specific language) to the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1996.

Sec 2

Am 1963 No 52, sec 2 (a); 1970 No 4, sec 47 (4) (a); 1973 No 33, sec 3 (a); 1980 No 24, Sch 2; 1990 No 118, Sch 3; 1995 No 36, Sch 6; 2004 No 114, Sch 2.23.

Sec 3

Subst 1963 No 52, sec 2 (b). Am 1970 No 4, sec 47 (4) (b); 1973 No 33, sec 3 (b); 1980 No 24, Sch 2; 1993 No 46, Sch 2.

Sec 4

Subst 1963 No 52, sec 2 (b). Am 1969 No 15, sec 2 (a); 1973 No 33, sec 3 (c).

Sec 5

Ins 1963 No 52, sec 2 (b).

Sec 6

Ins 1969 No 15, sec 2 (b). Subst 1973 No 33, sec 3 (d). Am 1987 No 48, Sch 32.

Transferred Officers Extended Leave Bill 1961

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