STATUTORY RULES.

1925. No. 124.

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REGULATIONS UNDER THE DAIRY PRODUCE EXPORT CONTROL ACT 1924.

WHEREAS by sub-section (1.) of section 14 of the Dairy Produce Export Control Act 1924, it is enacted that for the purpose of enabling the Board effectively to control the export and the sale and distribution after export of Australian Dairy Produce, the Governor-General may by proclamation prohibit the export from the Commonwealth of any dairy produce except in accordance with a licence issued by the Minister subject to such conditions and restrictions as are prescribed after recommendation to the Minister by the Board:

And whereas by sub-section (2.) of section 14 of the said Act, it is enacted that nothing in that section shall apply to the export of dairy produce to any port between the ninetieth and one hundred and eightieth degrees of east longitude and north of the thirtieth parallel of south latitude:

And whereas by proclamation dated the 24th June, 1925, and published in the Gazette of the 27th June, 1925, the Governor-General prohibited the export from the Commonwealth of any dairy produce except in accordance with a licence issued by the Minister subject to such conditions and restrictions as are prescribed after recommendation to the Minister by the Board:

And whereas it was declared by the Governor-General that this proclamation shall not apply to the export of dairy produce to any port between the ninetieth and one hundred and eightieth degrees of east longitude and north of the thirtieth parallel of south latitude:

And whereas the Board has recommended to the Minister that licences for the export from the Commonwealth of dairy produce should be issued subject to the conditions and restrictions prescribed in the Regulations hereunder:

Now therefore I, the Governor-General in and over the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, hereby make the following Regulations under the Dairy Produce Export Control Act 1924, to come into operation on the first day of August, One thousand nine hundred and twenty-five.

Dated this twenty-third day of July, 1925.

FORSTER,

Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

R. V. WILSON,

Minister of State for Markets and Migration.

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DAIRY PRODUCE EXPORT CONTROL (LICENCES) REGULATIONS.

Short title.

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Dairy Produce Export Control (Licences) Regulations.

Definitions.

2. In these Regulations, unless the contrary intention appears—

“Licence” means a licence under section 15 of the Act;

“Secretary” means the Secretary to the Department of Markets and Migration;

“The Act” means the Dairy Produce Export Control Act 1924.

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Licence to export dairy produce.

3. A licence to export dairy produce shall be granted upon and subject to the conditions that—

(a) the licensee shall within seven days after the shipment of any dairy produce furnish a return in duplicate to the Board—

(i) in the case of butter exported on consignment—in accordance with Form B in the Schedule to these Regulations;

(ii) in the case of cheese exported on consignment—in accordance with Form C in the Schedule to these Regulations;

(iii) in the case of butter exported and sold f.o.b. or c.i.f.—in accordance with Form D in the Schedule to these Regulations; and

(iv) in the case of cheese exported and sold f.o.b. or c.i.f.—in accordance with Form E in the Schedule to those Regulations;

(b) the licensee, in the case of dairy produce shipped on consignment shall—

(a) notify the Board; and

(b) arrange for his agent or distributor in the United Kingdom to advise the London agency of the Board, within seven days after the sale has been effected, of the gross price per hundredweight at which each grade of each shipment of dairy produce is sold;

(c) the licensee shall insure each shipment of dairy produce with such company or companies as the Board determines;

(d) the licensee shall ship all dairy produce through such shipping companies as the Board determines;

(e) the licensee shall, after fourteen days’ notice from the Board, withold from shipment such proportion of dairy produce as the Board determines; and

(f) the licensee shall, after fourteen days’ notice in writing by the Board, comply with such other conditions or restrictions as are prescribed after the licence is granted.

Certificate to be issued to licensee.

4. Upon the granting of a licence to export dairy produce, the Secretary or any officer authorized in that behalf by the Secretary, shall issue to the licensee a certificate in accordance with Form A in the Schedule to these Regulations.

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THE SCHEDULE.

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FORM A.

No. of Licence

Commonwealth of Australia.

Dairy Produce Export Control Act 1924.

LICENCE TO EXPORT DAIRY PRODUCE.

This is to certify that in pursuance of section 15 of the Dairy Produce Export Control Act 1924 a licence for the period from                                                        192                                          to                                          192              (both inclusive) has been granted to                                          of                                          to export dairy produce on the following conditions:—

(1) That the licensee shall within seven days after the shipment of any dairy produce furnish a return in duplicate to the Dairy Produce Control Board—

(a) In the case of butter exported on consignment—in accordance with *Form B in the Schedule to the Dairy Produce Export Control (Licences) Regulations;

(b) In the case of cheese exported on consignment—in accordance with *Form C in the Schedule to the Dairy Produce Export Control (Licences) Regulations;

(c) In the case of butter exported and sold f.o.b. or c.i.f.—in accordance with *Form D in the Schedule to the Dairy Produce Export Control (Licences) Regulations; and

(d) In the case of cheese exported and sold f.o.b or c.i.f.—in accordance with *Form E in the Schedule to the Dairy Produce Export Control (Licences) Regulations.

(2) That the licensee, in the case of dairy produce shipped on consignment, shall—

(a) notify the Board; and

(b) arrange for his agent or distributor in the United Kingdom to advise the London Agency of the Board, within seven days after the sale has been effected, of the gross price per hundredweight at which each grade of each shipment of dairy produce is sold.

(3) That the licensee shall insure each shipment of dairy produce with such company or companies as the Board determines;

(4) That the licensee shall ship all dairy produce through such shipping companies as the Board determines;

(5) That the licensee shall, after fourteen days’ notice from the Board, withhold from shipment such proportion of dairy produce as the Board determines; and

(6) That the licensee shall, after fourteen days’ notice in writing by the Board, comply with such other conditions or restrictions as are prescribed after the licence is granted.

Dated this day of 192

Secretary, Department of Markets and Migration.

N.B.—Section 15 (3.) of the Dairy Produce Export Control Act 1924 reads:—

“Where the Minister is satisfied, on report by the Board, that any person to whom a licence under this section has been granted has contravened or failed to comply with any term or condition upon which the licence was granted, the Minister may cancel the licence.”

* Forms B, C, D, and E may be obtained from the Secretary, Department of Markets and Migration, V.C.A. Building, Flinders-street, Melbourne; the Secretary, Dairy Produce Control Board, Aberdeen House, 528 Collins-street, Melbourne; and the Collector of Customs in the capital city in each State with the exception of Victoria or from any other body or person appointed by the Board.


FORM B.

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Commonwealth of Australia.

Dairy Produce Export Control Act 1924.

BUTTER EXPORTED ON CONSIGNMENT.

The Secretary,

Dairy Produce Control Board,

Aberdeen House,

528 Collins-street, Melbourne.

*Here insert full name and address of licensee.

I*    of   holder of Licence No.  granted for the period from                                          192              to export dairy produce, do hereby furnish the following particulars with respect to butter exported on consignment, pursuant to the licence—

(a) The following butter has been shipped pursuant to the licence:—

Name and address of owner.

Name and address of manufacturer.

Brands.

Grades.

Number of boxes shipped under each brand and grade.

Total nett weight.

Name and address of consignee.

 

 

 

 

 

Tons

cwt.

qrs.

lbs.

 

(b) The date on which the butter was shipped is 192

(c) The name of the vessel on which the butter was shipped is

(d) The port from which the butter was shipped is

(e) The ports/port at which the butter will be landed for sale are/is

I declare that the particulars shown herein are true and correct in every detail.

Signature of Licensee

Dated this day of 192

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FORM C.

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Commonwealth of Australia.

Dairy Produce Export Control Act 1924.

CHEESE EXPORTED ON CONSIGNMENT.

The Secretary,

Dairy Produce Control Board,

Aberdeen House,

528 Collins-street, Melbourne.

Here insert full name and address of licensee.

I* of holder of Licence No. granted for the period from              192              to              192              to export dairy produce do hereby


furnish the following particulars with respect to cheese exported on consignment pursuant to the licence;—

(a) The following cheese has been shipped pursuant to the licence—

Name and address of owner.

Name and address of manufacturer.

Brands.

Grades.

Number of boxes shipped under each brand and grade.

Total nett weight.

Name and address of consignee.

 

 

 

 

 

tons

cwt.

qrs.

lbs.

 

(b) The date on which the cheese was shipped is 192

(c) The name of the vessel on which the cheese was shipped is

(d) The port from which the cheese was shipped is

(e) The ports/port at which the cheese will be landed for sale are/is

I declare that the particulars shown herein are true and correct in every detail.

Signature of Licensee

Dated this day of 192

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FORM D.

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Commonwealth of Australia.

Dairy Produce Export Control Act 1924.

BUTTER EXPORTED AND SOLD F.O.B. OR C.I.F.

The Secretary,

Dairy Produce Control Board,

Aberdeen House,

528 Collins-street, Melbourne.

*Here insert full name and address of licensee.

I* of Holder of Licence No. granted for the period from              192              to              192   to export dairy produce do hereby furnish the following particulars with respect to butter exported and sold f.o.b. or c.i.f. pursuant to the licence:—

(a) The following butter has been shipped pursuant to the licence—

Name and address of owner.

Name and address of manufacturer.

Brands.

Grades.

Number of boxes shipped under each brand and grade.

Total nett weight.

Name and address of consignee.

Nett price paid by purchaser (State whether sold f.o.b. or c.i.f.)

 

 

 

 

 

tons.

cwt.

qrs.

lbs.

 

 


(b) The date on which the butter was shipped is 192

(c) The name of the vessel on which the butter was shipped is

(d) The port from which the butter was shipped is

(e) The ports/port at which the butter will be landed are/is

I declare that the particulars shown herein are true and correct in every detail.

Signature of Licensee

Dated this day of 192

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FORM E.

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Commonwealth of Australia.

Dairy Produce Export Control Act 1924.

CHEESE EXPORTED AND SOLD F.O.B. OR C.I.F.

The Secretary,

Dairy Produce Control Board,

Aberdeen House,

528 Collins-street, Melbourne.

*Here insert full name and address of licensee.

I* of holder of Licence No. granted for the period from 192   to              192              to export dairy produce do hereby furnish the following particulars with respect to cheese exported and sold f.o.b. or c.i.f, pursuant to the licence:—

(a) The following cheese has been shipped pursuant to the licence:—

Name and address of owner.

Name and address of manufacturer.

Brands.

Grades.

Number of crates shipped under each brand and grade.

Total nett weight.

Name and address of consignee.

Nett price paid by purchaser (State whether sold f.o.b. or c.i.f.)

 

 

 

 

 

tons.

cwt.

qrs.

lbs.

 

 

(b) The date on which the cheese was shipped is 192

(c) The name of the vessel on which the cheese was shipped is

(d) The port from which the cheese was shipped is

(e) The ports/port at which the cheese will be landed are/is

I declare that the particulars shown herein are true and correct in every detail

Signature of Licensee

Dated this day of 192 

 

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