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Precious Metals Prospecting Regulations

Authoritative Version
SR 1926 No. 52 Regulations as made
Principal Regulations
Gazetted 16 Apr 1926
Date of repeal 31 Dec 1950
Repealed by Repeal of the enabling legislation by Statute Law Revision Act 1950

STATUTORY RULES.

1926. No. 52.

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REGULATIONS UNDER THE PRECIOUS METALS PROSPECTING ACT 1926.

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 Precious Metals Prospecting Act 1926, to come into operation forthwith.

 

Dated the sixteenth day of April, 1926.

STONEHAVEN,

Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

G. F. PEARCE,

Minister of State for Home and Territories.

 

Precious Metals Prospecting Regulations.

 

Short title.

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Precious Metals Prospecting Regulations.

Definitions.

2. In these Regulations, unless the contrary intention appears, “the Act” means the Precious Metals Prospecting Act 1926.

Terms and conditions of advances in States.

3. The terms and conditions upon which advances shall be made by a State out of moneys allocated to it under the Act to assist persons or companies engaged in prospecting for precious metals shall be in accordance with the laws of that State from time to time in force relating to prospecting.

Advances in the Northern Territory.

4. (1) The terms and conditions upon which advances shall be made in the Northern Territory to assist persons or companies engaged in the Territory in prospecting for precious metals shall be in accordance with the laws of the Territory from time to time in force relating to prospecting.

(2) No advance in excess of Three hundred pounds shall be made in the Northern Territory except with the approval of the Minister.

 

 

 

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