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Sugar Bounty Regulations 1908 (Amendment)

  • - C1909L00043
  • No longer in force
SR 1909 No. 43 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the Sugar Bounty Regulations 1908.
Date of repeal 26 Jul 1913
Repealed by Repeal of the enabling legislation by Sugar Bounty Abolition Act 1912

STATUTORY RULES.

1909. No. 43.

 

PROVISIONAL REGULATION UNDER THE SUGAR BOUNTY ACT 1905.

I, THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL in and over the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, hereby certify that on account of urgency, the following Regulation under the Sugar Bounty Act 1905, should come into immediate operation, and make the Regulation to come into operation forthwith as a Provisional Regulation.

Dated this 23rd day of April, One thousand nine hundred and nine.

DUDLEY,

Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

JOSIAH THOMAS.

 

The Sugar Bounty Regulations (Statutory Rule, No. 53 of 1908) are amended by inserting after regulation 12 the following regulation, 12A:—

Bounty to be paid to Grower only.

12A. (1) Bounty shall be payable to the grower only.

(2) To secure that bounty shall be so payable:—

(a) every claim for bounty, and every bounty note issued in pursuance of a claim for bounty, shall be incapable of assignment;

(b) every bounty note issued in pursuance of a claim for bounty shall be issued to the grower personally, or to some person (approved by the Collector) authorized to receive it on behalf of the grower; and

(c) every bounty note shall be paid only to the grower, or to some bank authorized to receive payment of it on behalf of the grower, or to some person (approved by the Collector) authorized to receive payment of it on behalf of the grower.

(3) Every person (not being the grower or his banker), who receives any money in payment of a bounty note, shall pay such money to the grower personally or to the grower’s credit in a bank to which the grower has authorized him to pay it, and in default of his doing so the grower may recover the amount thereof by action of other appropriate proceeding in any court of competent jurisdiction.

 

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