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Bounties Regulations 1908 (Amendment)

  • - C1909L00049
  • No longer in force
SR 1909 No. 49 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the Bounties Regulations.
Date of repeal 09 Sep 1909
Repealed by Bounties Regulations 1908 (Amendment)

STATUTORY RULES.

1909. No. 49.

 

PROVISIONAL REGULATIONS UNDER THE BOUNTIES ACT 1907.

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 Regulations under the Bounties Act 1907 should come into immediate operation, and make the Regulations to come into operation forthwith as Provisional Regulations.

Dated this 15th day of May, One thousand nine hundred and nine.

(Sgd.) DUDLEY,

Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

FRANK G. TUDOR.

 

Regulations 20 to 28 inclusive of the Regulations made under the Bounties Act 1907 (Statutory Rules 1908, No. 69) are hereby cancelled, and the following Regulations substituted in lieu thereof:—

NATURAL PRODUCTS.

20. The claim for bounty shall be made in accordance with the following form and shall be dealt with as shown thereon:—

The Commonwealth of Australia.

[Departmental Registration Number.]

Dr. to

(Insert full Address.)

Financial Year 19                                         State of

Bounties Act 1907.

Item—NATURAL PRODUCTS.

Pursuant to notice of intention to claim, I hereby claim Bounty in respect of white-grown (a)                                 grown by me, and delivered at                         factory                         warehouse                                           wharf, for export to

(a) Here insert name of product.

                  Particulars.

White Plantation situated at—

Place where the (a) was Delivered.

Weight Delivered, and on which Bounty is Claimed.

Date of Delivery or of Export.

Market Value upon which Bounty is Claimed.

Rate of Bounty.

Amount of Bounty Claimed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

£ s. d.

Total—

shillings

Signature of Grower—

 

 

pounds

pence.

£   

 

 

C.5159.—Price 3d.

Officer’s Certificate.

I certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, after due inquiry, the particulars and statements in the above Claim for Bounty are true and correct for the purposes of the Bounties Act 1907, and that the claimant is entitled to Bounty.

Officer of Customs.     Date,    /           /          

I certify that this account is correct within the meaning of Section 34 of the Audit Act 1901.

Certifying Officer.       Date,    /           /          

RECEIVED on the                                    19        , from                                                              Esquire, the sum of                                                                                                 pounds                                     shillings                                   pence, in full payment of the above account.

Witness to the payment

and signature

Declaration to be Indorsed on Claim for Bounty.

I,                                                                                  of                                                                                             , do hereby declare as follows:—

1. The particulars contained in this Claim for Bounty are correct.

2. I am the grower of the (a)                               specified in this Claim for Bounty.

3. The (a)                                   was grown by me on the white plantation described in the Notice of Intention to Claim Bounty given by

4. The (a)                                   has been grown by white labour only, within the meaning of the Bounties Act 1907.

5. The wages paid to the persons, other than members of my family, employed by me on my white plantation, in the production of the (a)                             specified in this Claim for Bounty are as shown hereunder, and such wages were in no case below the standard rate of wages paid in this district for similar white labour engaged in the industry.

6. Nothing on my part has been done or omitted to be done, and to the best of my knowledge and belief nothing on the part of any other person has been done or omitted to be done, whereby my right to Bounty in respect of the (a)                             has been forfeited or taken away.

7. No other Claim for Bounty has been made in respect of the goods specified in this Claim for Bounty.

(a) Here insert name of product.

Employé.

Hours of Labour per Week.

Rate of Wages paid per Week. (State whether with or without keep.)

Remarks.

Name.

Occupation.

 

 

 

 

 

Signature of Grower

Declared before me this                              day of                           19                                                  Officer of Customs or J.P.

Order No. 1.

I hereby authorize the amount of this account to be paid to my account at the                                    Bank of                                   at

Signature of Claimant.


 

Order No. 2.

I hereby direct that an Order authorizing the bearer thereof to receive the amount of this account be transmitted to me.

Signature of Claimant,

Address.

Directions.

If the Claimant is unable to attend in person at the Department, he may obtain payment by signing one of the above Orders.

By filling up and signing Order No. 1, he may direct the amount to be paid to his credit at any bank in the Commonwealth.

By signing Order No. 2, he may obtain an Order Form by registered post which, when signed by him, may be collected by bearer. This Order will be paid by the Department if the signature thereon agrees with the signature of Claimant on this account.

The Claimant may, if he prefer, issue an order in the form of Order No. 3 of the Treasury Regulations.

MANUFACTURES.

21. The claim for bounty in respect of

Fruits dried (except currants and raisins) or candied, and exported and

Combed wool or tops, exported,

shall be made in accordance with the following form and shall be dealt with as shown thereon:—

The Commonwealth of Australia.

[Departmental Registration Number.]

Dr. to

(Insert full Address.)

Financial Year 19                                        State of

Bounties Act 1907.

Items—FRUITS DRIED (EXCEPT CURRANTS AND RAISINS) OR CANDIED, AND EXPORTED

and

COMBED WOOL OR TOPS, EXPORTED.

(a) Here insert name of goods manufactured.

Pursuant to notice of intention to claim, I hereby claim Bounty in respect of (a)                                                          exported.

Particulars.

Name and situation of Factory.

Description of Goods.

Date and Number of Export Entry.

Weight Exported.

Market Value upon which Bounty is Claimed.

Rate of Bounty.

Amount of Bounty Claimed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

£ s. d.

Total—

Signature of Producer—

shillings

 

 

pence.

pounds

£

 


Officer’s Certificate.

I certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, after due inquiry, the particulars in the above Claim for Bounty are true and correct for the purposes of the Bounties Act 1907, and that the claimant is entitled to Bounty.

Officer of Customs.      Date,    /           /          

I certify that this account is correct within the meaning of Section 34 of the Audit Act 1901.

Certifying Officer.        Date,    /           /          

Received on the                             19     , from                             Esquire, the sum of                            pounds                              shillings                   pence, in full payment of the above account.

Witness to the payment

and signature

Declaration to be Indorsed on Claim for Bounty.

I,                                                                   of,                                                                                   , do hereby declare as follows:—

1. The particulars contained in this Claim for Bounty are correct.

2. I am the producer of the (a)                           specified in this Claim for Bounty.

3. The (a)                                               was produced by me at the factory described in the Notice of Intention to Claim Bounty given by

4. The (a)                                   has been produced by white labour only, within the meaning of the Bounties Act 1907.

5. The wages paid to the persons, other than members of my family, employed by me at my factory, in the production of the (a)                                                                                   specified in this Claim for Bounty are as shown hereunder, and such wages were in no case below the standard rate of wages paid in this district for similar white labour engaged in the industry.

6. Nothing on my part has been done or omitted to be done, and to the best of my knowledge and belief nothing on the part of any other person has been done or omitted to be done, whereby my right to Bounty in respect of the (a)                 has been forfeited or taken away.

7. The goods mentioned in this claim have been actually exported, and have not been re-landed, and are not intended to be re-landed in any part of Australia, and I am entitled to the Bounty herein claimed.

8. No other Claim for Bounty has been made in respect of the goods specified in this Claim for Bounty.

(a) Here insert name of product.

Employé.

Hours of Labour per Week.

Rate of Wages paid per Week. (State whether with or without keep.)

Remarks.

Name.

Occupation.

 

 

 

 

 

Signature of Producer

Declared before me this                          day of                                                        19

Officer of Customs or J.P.


 

Order No. 1.

I hereby authorize the amount of this account to be paid to my account at the                        Bank of           at

Signature of Claimant.

Order No. 2.

I hereby direct that an Order authorizing the bearer thereof to receive the amount of this account be transmitted to me.

Signature of Claimant.

Address.

Directions.

If the Claimant is unable to attend in person at the Department, he may obtain payment by signing one of the above Orders.

By filling up and signing Order No. 1, he may direct the amount to be paid to his credit at any bank in the Commonwealth.

By signing Order No. 2, he may obtain an Order Form by registered post which, when signed by him, may be collected by bearer. This Order will be paid by the Department if the signature thereon agrees with the signature of Claimant on this account.

The Claimant may, if he prefer, issue an order in the form of Order No. 3 of the Treasury Regulations.

FISH, PRESERVED.

22. The claim for bounty in respect of Fish Preserved shall be made in accordance with the following form and shall be dealt with as shown thereon: —

The Commonwealth of Australia.

[Departmental Registration Number.]

Dr. to

(Insert full Address.)

Financial Year 19                                           State of

Bounties Act 1907.

Item—FISH, PRESERVED.

Pursuant to notice of intention to claim, I hereby claim Bounty in respect of Fish, Preserved.

Particulars.

Name and Situation of Factory.

Weight of Preserved Fish upon which Bounty is claimed claimed,

Dates within which Fish were preserved.

If Exported, Date and Number of Export Entry.

Rate of Bounty.

Amount of Bounty Claimed.

 

 

 

 

 

£ s. d.

Total—

shillings

pounds

pence

 

Signature of Producer—

 

 

£

 


Officer’s Certificate.

I certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, after due inquiry, the particulars in the above Claim for Bounty are true and correct for the purposes of the Bounties Act 1907, and that the claimant is entitled to Bounty.

Officer of Customs.      Date,    /           /          

I certify that this account is correct within the meaning of Section 34 of the Audit Act 1901.

Certifying Officer.        Date,    /           /          

Received on the                                       19        , from                                                  Esquire, the sum of                                                                                          pounds                         shillings           pence, in full payment of the above account.

Witness to the payment

and signature

Declaration to be Indorsed on Claim for Bounty.

I,                                                                   of                                                            , do hereby declare as follows:—

1. The particulars contained in this Claim for Bounty are correct.

2. I am the producer of the Preserved Fish specified in this Claim for Bounty.

3. The Preserved Fish was preserved by me at the factory described in the Notice of Intention to Claim Bounty given by

4. The Fish has been preserved in my factory by white labour only, within the meaning of the Bounties Act 1907.

5. The wages paid to the persons, other than members of my family, employed by me at my factory, in the production of the Preserved Fish specified in this Claim for Bounty are as shown hereunder, and such wages were in no case below the standard rate of wages paid in this district for similar white labour engaged in the industry.

6. Nothing on my part has been done or omitted to be done, and to the best of my knowledge and belief nothing on the part of any other person has been done or omitted to be done, whereby my right to Bounty in respect of the Preserved Fish has been forfeited or taken away.

7. No other Claim for Bounty has been made in respect of the goods specified in this Claim for Bounty.

Employé.

Hours of Labour per Week.

Rate of Wages paid per Week. (State whether with or without keep.)

Remarks.

Name.

Occupation.

 

 

 

 

 

Signature of Producer

Declared before me this                          day of                                                        19

Officer of Customs or J.P.

Order No. 1.

I hereby authorize the amount of this account to be paid to my account at the                        Bank of                                               at

Signature of Claimant.


 

Order No. 2.

I hereby direct that an Order authorizing the bearer thereof to receive the amount of this account be transmitted to me.

Signature of Claimant.

Address.

Directions.

If the Claimant is unable to attend in person at the Department, he may obtain payment by signing one of the above Orders

By filling up and signing Order No. 1, he may direct the amount to be paid to his credit at any bank in the Commonwealth.

By signing Order No. 2, he may obtain an Order Form by registered post which, when signed by him, may be collected by bearer. This Order will be paid by the Department if the signature thereon agrees with the signature of Claimant on this account.

The Claimant may, if he prefer, issue an order in the form of Order No. 3 of the Treasury Regulations.

 

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