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Excise Regulations

SR 1907 No. 52 Regulations as made
Principal Regulations
Date of repeal 19 Dec 1913
Repealed by Excise Regulations 1913

STATUTORY RULES.

1907. No. 52.

 

REGULATIONS under THE EXCISE TARIFF 1906, AND THE EXCISE ACT 1901.

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 Excise Tariff 1906, and the Excise Act 1901, to come into operation forthwith. Such Regulations to supersede the Provisional Regulations (Statutory Rules 1906, No. 116) under the said Acts, made on the 28th day of December, 1906.

Dated this eighth day of May, One thousand nine hundred and seven.

NORTHCOTE,

Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

AUSTIN CHAPMAN.

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REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE MANUFACTURE OF SCENTS AND TOILET PREPARATIONS.

(1) Any manufacturer desiring to use Australian Spirits for the manufacture, from Australian products exclusively, of Scents or Toilet Preparations may make application to the Collector in the following form:—

AUSTRALIAN EXCISE.

Application for Permission to use Australian Spirits for the Manufacture of Scents or Toilet Preparations.

To the Collector of Customs                                            …………………………………..for the State………………………………                                    ……………………………………..19….

I hereby apply for permission to use……………………gallons Australian Spirits contained in………………………………bond mark……………….in the manufacture, from the Australian products specified hereunder exclusively, of Scents or Toilet Preparations, in my premises, situate at…………………………………..

The Spirits, upon payment of duty, are required to be removed from the…….……………(Distillery or Customs Warehouse)…………………………………

Australian products to be used……………………………….

Name in full of manufacturer………………………………...

Occupation…………………………………………………....

Address……………………………………………………….

Approved—

……………………………Collector.

……………………………190          .

…………………………………..

Signature of Manufacturer.

(2)  Upon approval of the application, entry shall be made specifying thereon the purpose for which the Spirits are to be used.

(3)  The manufacturer shall give security in the sum of £200 (with two approved sureties, or approved guarantee company or bank) for compliance with these regulations.

C.4145.—Price 3d.

(4)  Upon the passing of the entry, the Spirits may be delivered to the manufacturer, who shall forthwith by licensed carrier remove such Spirits to the premises in which they are to be used. The spirits shall be mixed with the ingredients, and in the proportions approved by the Collector, under the supervision of a Customs Officer whose services shall be paid for at the rate of 2s. per hour or part thereof. The spirit when mixed with the approved ingredients shall be put up in such sized bottles or packages as the Comptroller-General may from time to time require.

(5)  The quantity of Spirits to be received at any one time by a manufacturer must not, without the Collector’s written permission, exceed 150 gallons, and any previous supply is to be dealt with before a further quantity can be delivered.

(6)  The Spirits shall not be used for any purpose other than in the manufacture, from Australian products exclusively, of Scents or Toilet Preparations.

(7)  The Spirits shall not be received, kept, or used in any premises in which ordinary alcoholic beverages are made or sold.

(8)  Every manufacturer shall keep, in the following form, a book, in which he shall enter from day to day the quantity of Spirits received and used, the nature and quantity of other Australian products used in conjunction with such Spirits, and the quantity of Scents or Toilet Preparations manufactured and removed, and the names and addresses of the persons to whom delivered.

Date.

Spirits.

Australian Products used with Spirits.

Scents and Toilet Preparations.

Received.

Used.

Loss in Operation.

Manufactured.

Deliveries.

Removed.

To whom delivered.

Quantity.

Quantity.

Nature.

Quantity.

Nature.

Quantity.

Nature.

Quantity.

Name.

Address.

 

Galls.

Galls.

Galls.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I declare that the foregoing entries relating to the Month of.......... 19...... , fully set forth all the matters required by law, and that the same are true in every particular.

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(Signature of Manufacturer.)

Declared before me this.......................... day of.............................................. 19............

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J. P. or Officer.

 

(9)  Officers of Customs shall at all times have complete access to any premises in which Scents or Toilet Preparations are manufactured, and may take samples of Spirits or other Australian products, or Scents or Toilet Preparations manufactured or in process of manufacture, and may examine and take copies of or extracts from all books kept in relation to the making or sale of Scents or Toilet Preparations.

(10) Any person guilty of any contravention of these Regulations for which no other penalty is provided shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding £50.

 

By Authority: J. Kemp, Acting Government Printer, Melbourne.