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SR 1926 No. 96 Regulations as made
Principal Regulations
Gazetted 08 Jul 1926
Date of repeal 06 Aug 1934
Repealed by Repeal of the enabling legislation by Statute Law Revision Act 1934

STATUTORY RULES.

1926. No. 96.

 

REGULATIONS UNDER THE DRIED FRUITS ADVANCES ACT 1924-1926.

I, THE DEPUTY OF THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL in and over the Commonwealth, of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, do hereby make the following Regulations under the Dried Fruits Advances Act 1924-1926, to come into operation forthwith.

Dated this eighth day of July, 1926.

SOMERS,

Deputy of the Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

T. PATERSON,

Minister of State for Markets and Migration.

 

DRIED FRUITS ADVANCES (REPAYMENT) REGULATIONS.

Short title

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Dried Fruits Advances (Repayment) Regulations.

Definitions.

2. In these Regulations unless the contrary intention appears—

“The Act” means the Dried Fruits Advances Act 1924-1926;

“The Board” means the Dried Fruits Advances Repayment Board;

“The Dried Fruits Advances Repayment Board” means the Board appointed under section 10a of the Act.

Application for release from indebtedness.

3. An application for release under section 10j of the Act shall be in accordance with Form A in the Schedule to these Regulations and shall be made to the Chairman of the Board.

Return to accompany application.

4. An applicant for release under section 10j of the Act shall furnish to the Chairman of the Board with his application a return in accordance with Form B in the Schedule to these Regulations in respect of each packing organization or export merchant to which or to whom he has delivered dried currants, dried lexias, or dried sultanas, during the years 1924, 1925 and 1926.

Application and return to be supported by declarations.

5. Each application for release under section 10j of the Act and each return made in pursuance of the last preceding regulation shall be supported by the declaration of the person making the application or return in accordance with the form set out in Form A and Form B, respectively, in the Schedule to these Regulations.

Declaration by packing organization or export merchant.

6. Each return made in pursuance of regulation four of these Regulations shall be supported by a declaration, in accordance with the form set out in Form B in the Schedule to these Regulations, by the Manager or a director of the packing organization or the export merchant, being a company, or by the export merchant to which or to whom the return relates.

Penalty for false statement in application or return.

7. Any person who wilfully makes any false statement in any application or return under these Regulations shall be guilty of an offence against these Regulations.

Penalty: Fifty pounds or imprisonment for three months.

C.9288.—Price 3d.


 

THE SCHEDULE.

No. of Application                                                                                                       Form A.

Commonwealth of Australia.

Dried Fruits Advances Act 1924-1926.

Dried Fruits Advances (Repayment) Regulations.

APPLICATION FOR RELEASE FROM INDEBTEDNESS IN RESPECT OF ADVANCE.

Note.—Any grower who has not received from the proceeds of the sale of his dried fruits produced in the year 1925 an amount sufficient to repay any advance made to him under the “Dried Fruits Advances Act 1924” and provide for the maintenance of himself and family may make application in Form “A” and furnish a return or returns in Form “B” on or before the 1st September, 1926, for release either wholly or in part from his indebtedness in respect of the advance.

The Chairman,

Dried Fruits Advances Repayment Board,

Department of Markets and Migration,

V.C.A. Building, Flinders-street, Melbourne.

* Strike out the word which is inapplicable.

I hereby make application for release wholly*/in part* from my indebtedness in respect of the Advance made to me under the Dried Fruits Advances Act, and furnish the following information in support of my application:—

Personal Particulars (Confidential).

Note.—Regulation 7 of the Dried Fruits Advances (Repayment) Regulations provides as follows:—

“Any person who wilfully makes any false statement in any application or return under these Regulations shall be guilty of an offence against these Regulations.

Penalty: Fifty pounds or imprisonment for three months.

1. Full name of applicant

 

 

2. Postal address of applicant

 

 

3. Age of applicant

 

years.

4. Whether applicant is married, single or widower

 

 

5. The number, age and sex of children living with with

applicant

No of sons

No. of daughters

Ages

Ages

6. The extent (if any) to which those children are dependent on applicant

 

 

7. The ages and relationship to applicant of any other persons dependent on him and the extent to which dependent

 

 

8. Location of any house, land (including orchard) or property owned or shared by the applicant and the full capital value of such house, land or property

 

 

9. Whether such house, land or property or any portion thereof is mortgaged or otherwise encumbered. (If so, state amounts of mortgages or encumbrances and to whom the mortgages or encumbrances have been granted)

 

 

10. Amount of money in any bank, savings bank, building society or other financial institution. (State names and addresses of such institutions and amount of money in each)

 

 

11. Particulars of any money or property not previously disclosed. (The reply must include information as to money in hand, money lent, debentures, stock, bank or mining shares, or any other property)

 

 


 

12. Amount of any advances made to the applicant under any Act of any State (including Crown Lands Acts, Closer Settlement Acts, Discharged Soldiers’ Settlement Acts, and Advances to Settlers Acts) and the conditions under which such advances were made

 

 

 

13. Total net personal income of applicant from all sources during the calendar years 1925 and 1926 to the date of this application. (Income must include net personal returns from orchard or other investments in the form of house or land properties, money in bank, stocks, shares, war pension, annuities or from other sources)

1925 £

 

1926 £

to date of

application

 

14. Names, addresses and occupations of the applicant’s creditors (if any) and amount owing to each, including total amount owing to Packing Organizations or Export Merchants prior to receipt of any proceeds in respect of the 1926 crop

Name and Address of Creditor.

Occupation.

Amount owing.

 

 

£

 

 

Total           ..£

15. The extent to which the applicant desires release from the advances made to him under the Dried Fruits Advances Act

 

 

 

16. Applicant’s estimate of the present actual cost of producing a ton of currants, sultanas and lexias respectively on his orchard, including cartage (if any) to the packing shed

Currants £

Sultanas £

Lexias £

per ton

17. Any other particulars applicant may desire to furnish in support of his application

 

 

 

Separate returns in Form “B” are attached in respect of dried fruits delivered by me to the following Packing Organizations or Export Merchants during the years 1924, 1925 and 1926:—

Signature of applicant

 

Declaration to be made by Applicant.

I hereby declare that the statements made above are true and correct in every particular and that I have disclosed the true position regarding my financial affairs.

Declared at                       the                   day of              1926.

Signature of Declarant.

Before me

Occupation and address of person before whom declaration is made

This declaration may be made before any of the following persons:—

All Managers, Directors and Proprietors of Dried Fruit Packing Establishments; all Ministers of Religion; all Postmasters, Postmistresses and Postal Officials and all other permanent officers of the Public Service of the Commonwealth or of a State; all Magistrates and Justices of the Peace; all Teachers in charge of a School; all members of the Police Force; all legally-qualified Medical Practitioners; all legal Practitioners; all Bank Managers and all Railway Stationmasters.


 

Recommendation of Board on

192   , that

 

Chairman.

 

Member.

 

Member.

Approved by Minister on                                                 192

 

No. of Return                                                                                                              Form B.

Commonwealth of Australia.

Dried Fruits Advances Act 1924—1926.

Dried Fruits Advances (Repayment) Regulations.

RETURN IN CONNEXION WITH APPLICATION FOR RELEASE FROM INDEBTEDNESS IN RESPECT OF ADVANCE.

Note.—Any grower who has not received from the proceeds of the sale of his dried fruits produced in the year 1925 an amount sufficient to repay any advance made to him under the Dried Fruits Advances Act 1924” and provide for the maintenance of himself and family may make application in Form “A” and furnish a return or returns in Form “B” on or before the 1st September, 1926, for release either wholly or in part from his indebtedness in respect of the advance.

If the grower delivered any dried currants or dried lexias or dried sultanas to more than one Packing Organization or Export Merchant during the years 1924, 1925 and 1926, it is necessary for him to complete a separate return in Form “B” in respect to each such Packing Organization or Export Merchant. (Additional copies of Form “B” may be obtained from any packing shed.)

The Chairman,

Dried Fruits Advances Repayment Board,

Department of Markets and Migration,

V.C.A Building, Flinders-street, Melbourne.

* Strike out the word which is inapplicable.

I hereby furnish the following information in connexion with my application (Form “A”) dated                                                1926, for release wholly* from my indebtedness in                                                                                                      in part*               respect of the Advance made to me under the Dried Fruits Advances Act.

Note.—Regulation 7 of the Dried Fruits Advances (Repayment) Regulations provides as follows:—

“Any person who wilfully makes any false statement in any application or return under these Regulations shall be guilty of an offence against these Regulations.

Penalty: Fifty pounds or imprisonment for three months.

† The information asked for in paragraphs (c), (d), and (e) need only be given in one return.

(a) My full name is

(b) My postal address is

† (c) My orchard is situated at                                             and contains                acres.

† (d) The area of each kind of fruit now under cultivation by me is Currants                                 acres, Sultanas                       acres, and Lexias                     acres.

† (e) The total quantities of dried fruits produced (packed weight) on my orchard during the 1924, 1925 and 1926 seasons, respectively were:—

Season.

Dried Currants.

Dried Sultanas.

Dried Lexias.

 

tons cwt. qrs. lb.

tons cwt. qrs. lb.

tons cwt. qrs. lb.

1924....................

 

 

 

1925....................

 

 

 

1926....................

 

 

 


 

(f) The quantities of Dried Fruits delivered by me to the [here state name of Packing Organization or Export Merchant] during the 1924, 1925 and 1926 seasons or any portion thereof for Australian Trade or for export and the net amount realized by me in sweat box on such fruits were:—

Season.

Quantity of Fruit delivered by me to the Packing Organization or Export Merchant.

Percentage of Fruit Sold in the Commonwealth.

Percentage of Fruit Sold in Export Markets.

Net Total Amount realized by me in Sweat Box.

 

tons cwt. qrs. 1b.

 

 

 

Dried Currants.

1924...............

 

 

 

 

1925...............

 

 

 

 

1926...............

 

 

 

 

Dried Sultanas.

1924...............

 

 

 

 

1925...............

 

 

 

 

1926...............

 

 

 

 

Dried Lexias.

1924...............

 

 

 

 

1925...............

 

 

 

 

1926...............

 

 

 

 

(g) The total amounts advanced to me by the Packing Organization or Export Merchant mentioned in this return on my 1924 season’s export quota of Dried Fruits under the Dried Fruits Advances Act were:—

 

 

£

s.

d.

Dried Currants.......................................................................

 

 

 

Dried Sultanas.......................................................................

 

 

 

Dried Lexias..........................................................................

 

 

 

Total.......................................................................... £

 

 

 

(h) My total liability to the Packing Organization or Export Merchant mentioned in this return prior to the receipt of any proceeds of sale in respect of the 1926 crop was £

Signature of Grower

 

Declaration to be made by Grower.

I hereby declare that the statements made above are true and correct in every particular.

Declared at                     the                               day of              1926.

(Signature of Declarant.)

Before me

Occupation and address of person before whom the declaration is made

The declaration may be made before any of the following persons:—

All Managers, Directors and Proprietors of Dried Fruit Packing Establishments; all Ministers of Religion; all Postmasters, Postmistresses, and Postal Officials and all other permanent officers of the Public Service of the Commonwealth or of a State; all Magistrates and Justices of the Peace; all Teachers in charge of a School; all members of the Police Force; all legally-qualified Medical Practitioners; all Bank Managers and all Railway Stationmasters.


 

Declaration to be made by the Packing Organization or Export Merchant to which the Grower Delivered the Dried Fruits mentioned In This Return.

* Strike out if unnecessary.

I,                                         *Manager/*Director of the [here state name and address of Export Merchant or Packing Organization] do hereby declare that the information supplied by the grower in paragraphs (f), (g) and (h) in this return is true and correct in every particular.

Signature

Date                             1926.

Witness

 

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