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Excise Regulations (Amendment)

Authoritative Version
  • - C1922L00013
  • No longer in force
SR 1922 No. 13 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the Excise Regulations 1913.
Gazetted 26 Jan 1922
Date of repeal 31 Oct 1925
Repealed by Excise Regulations 1925

STATUTORY RULES.

1922. No. 13.

 

REGULATIONS UNDER THE EXCISE ACT 1901-1918.

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 Act 1901-1918, to come into operation forthwith.

Dated this twenty-fourth day of January, 1922.

FORSTER,

Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

ARTHUR A. RODGERS,

Minister of State for Trade and Customs

 

Amendment of Excise Regulations 1913.

(Statutory Rules 1913, No. 345, as amended to this date.)

1. Regulations 116 to 119 inclusive of the Excise Regulations 1913 are repealed and the following regulations inserted in their stead:—

“116. (1) Any manufacturer desiring to use Australian Spirits under Excise Tariff Item 2 (L) in the manufacture of Scents and Toilet Preparations may make written application to the Collector.

(2) Before an application under this regulation is granted, the manufacturer shall give security in the sum of £200 (with a bank or approved guarantee company as surety) for compliance with these Regulations.

“117. Australian Spirits for the manufacture of Scents and Toilet Preparations shall not be delivered unless all formulae to be used in the manufacture have been approved by the Comptroller-General.

“117a. (1) All formulae submitted for approval shall disclose:—

(a) The Excise Tariff item (if any) applicable to each ingredient;

(b) The proportion and origin of each ingredient; and

(c) The current wholesale price in Australia of each ingredient.

(2) Before any formulae are approved the invoices and other documents necessary for the verification of values shall be submitted to the Comptroller-General.

‘‘118. Any manufacturer granted permission to use Australian Spirits in the manufacture of Scents and Toilet Preparations shall give notice to the Collector in accordance with Form 14 in the Schedule and make entry specifying thereon the purpose for which the Spirits are to be used.

“119. Upon the passing of the entry, the Spirits may be delivered to the manufacturer, who shall forthwith remove the Spirits to the premises in which they are to be used.

C.18330.—Price 3d.


 

“119a. The Spirits shall be mixed with the ingredients in the proportions specified in the approved formulae under the supervision of an Officer, whose services shall be paid for at the rate of Two shillings and sixpence per hour or part thereof.

“119b. After the ingredients have been thoroughly mixed with the Spirits, samples of the mixture shall be taken by the Officer and the vessel containing the mixture secured to his satisfaction pending analysis of the samples.

“119c. The Spirits, when mixed with the ingredients specified in the approved formulae, shall be put up in such sized bottles or packages as the Comptroller-General from time to time requires.

“119d. (1) Before bottling the Scent or Toilet Preparation, the manufacturer shall give 24 hours’ notice (in accordance with Form 14a in the Schedule) whereupon an Officer shall attend to release the containing vessel.

“(2) All the operations mentioned in the notice shall be completed within seven days; and the manufacturer shall notify the Collector as soon as the bottling is finished, when an Officer shall attend to obtain further samples for comparison with the previous samples drawn from the containing vessel in pursuance of Regulation 119b.”

2. Regulation 121 of the Excise Regulations 1913 is amended by omitting therefrom the words “from Australian products exclusively”.

3. Regulation 123 of the Excise Regulations 1913 is amended by omitting therefrom the word “Australian”.

4. Regulation 124 of the Excise Regulations 1913 is amended by omitting therefrom the word “Australian”.

5. Form 14 in the Schedule to the Excise Regulations 1913 is omitted and the following Form inserted in its stead:—

“Regulation 118.

Form 14.

Australian Excise.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO USE AUSTRALIAN SPIRITS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF SCENTS AND TOILET PREPARATIONS.

To the Collector of Customs

for the State of

Notice is hereby given that it is my intention to use                                  gallons Australian Spirits contained in                         Bond Mark                              in the manufacture of Scents and Toilet Preparations under Excise Tariff Item from the products specified in the formula shown below, at my premises, situate at

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

Formula.

Ingredients.

Quantity or Weight.

Current Wholesale Price.

Country of Origin.

 

 

 

 

Name in full of Manufacturer

Address

Signature


 

6. After Form 14 in the Schedule to the Excise Regulations 1913 the following Form is inserted:—

“Regulation 119d.

Form 14a.

Australian Excise.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BOTTLE SCENTS OR TOILET PREPARATIONS.

To the Collector of Customs

for the State of

I hereby give notice of my intention to bottle                               the manufacture of which has been completed at my factory.

I desire the presence of an Officer on my premises at                                          o’clock on the                          day of                                             , 19      , to release the vessel in which the above mentioned is contained.

The particulars are as follows:—

Marks and No. of vessel

Manufacture—Date of commencement

Manufacture—Date of completion

Quantity in vessel

Description of containers

Name in full of Manufacturer

Address

Signature

Date

7. Form 15 in the Schedule to the Excise Regulations 1913 is omitted and the following Form inserted in its stead:—

“Regulation No. 123.

Form 15.

Australian Excise.

MANUFACTURER’S BOOK—SCENTS AND TOILET PREPARATIONS.

 

Spirits.

Australian Products used with Spirits.

Imported Products used with Spirits.

Scents and Toilet Preparations.

 

Received.

Used.

Loss in Operation.

Manufactured.

Deliveries.

 

Removed.

To Whom Delivered.

Date.

Quantity.

Quantity.

Nature.

Quantity.

Nature

Quantity.

Nature.

Quantity.

Nature.

Quantity.

Name.

Address.

 

Gals.

Gals. Gals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

(Signature of Manufacturer).

Declared before me this                           day of                                      , 19      .

J.P. or Officer”

 

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