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SR 1919 No. 184 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the War Precautions (Supplementary) Regulations 1916.
Gazetted 16 Jul 1919
Date of repeal 02 Dec 1920
Repealed by Repeal of the enabling legislation by War Precautions Act Repeal Act 1920

STATUTORY RULES.

1919. No. 184.

 

REGULATIONS UNDER THE WAR PRECAUTIONS ACT 1914-1918.

I, SIR ARTHUR LYULPH STANLEY, Deputy of the Governor-General in and over the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, hereby make the following Regulation under the War Precautions Act 1914-1918, to come into operation forthwith.

 

Dated this sixteenth day of July, 1919.

A. L. STANLEY,

Deputy of the Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

E. J. RUSSELL,

for Minister of State for Defence.

 

Amendment of War Precautions (Supplementary) Regulations 1916 as Amended to this Date.

Alter regulation 54 of the War Precautions (Supplementary) Regulations, the following regulation is inserted:—

Closing of licensed premises on Peace Celebration Day.

“55.—(1) The holder of a licence granted under any State Act or any Ordinance for the sale of intoxicating liquor shall not keep his premises open, or permit his premises to be kept open, for the sale of intoxicating liquor at any time during Peace Celebration Day.

“(2) The holder of any such licence shall not, on Peace Celebration Day, sell any intoxicating liquor or permit any intoxicating liquor to be sold.

“(3) The holder of any such licence shall not permit any intoxicating liquor to be consumed on, or taken from, his licensed premises at any time during Peace Celebration Day.

“(4) For the purposes of this regulation any act of an employee of the holder of a licence, which if done by the employer would amount to a contravention of this regulation, shall be a contravention by the employee and also by the employer.

“(5) Notwithstanding anything in this regulation, this regulation shall not apply to any sale or consumption of intoxicating liquor, or other act or thing, which would be permitted by the law of the State or Territory if the Peace Celebration Day were a Sunday.

“(6) In this regulation ‘Peace Celebration Day’ means the nineteenth day of July, 1919.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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