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SR 1908 No. 85 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the Immigration Restriction Regulations (Provisional).
Gazetted 25 Jul 1908
Date of repeal 29 Oct 1910
Repealed by Immigration Restriction Regulations (Provisional)

STATUTORY RULES.

1908. No. 85.

PROVISIONAL REGULATIONS UNDER THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION ACTS 1901–1905.

I, THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL in and over the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, do hereby certify that, on account of urgency, the attached Schedule “A” should come into immediate operation as a provisional regulation under the Immigration Restriction Acts 1901–5, in lieu of Schedule “A” to the provisional regulations dated 23rd January, 1906, and make such regulation to come into operation forthwith.

Dated this ninth day of July, One thousand nine hundred and eight.

NORTHCOTE,

Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

ALFRED DEAKIN.

 

SCHEDULE “A.”

Commonwealth of Australia.

Immigration Restriction Acts 1901–1905.

Sir,

I beg to apply for a Certificate under the Immigration Restriction Acts 1901–1905, Section 4 (b), and Regulations, and I forward herewith a Statutory Declaration in support of my application.

I wish to visit                                                                                                                    for

months.

I attach                 Certificates of my character, and four unmounted photographs of myself (two full face and two profile).

I undertake and intend not to bring with me or to introduce into the Commonwealth on my return to the Commonwealth any relative who is not possessed of an unexpired or unrevoked certificate excepting him or her from the provisions of paragraph (a) of section 3 of the above Acts, and I also undertake and intend not to be directly or indirectly privy to the bringing to or introduction into the Commonwealth of any such relative.

If my application is granted, please intimate the fact to me at the above address.

I have the honour to be,

Sir,

Your obedient servant,

The Collector H.M. Customs,

Note.—The Statutory Declaration should set out the length of residence in Australia, and should verify all documents accompanying the application, and should be in the form required by the law of the State in which it is made.

 

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

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