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Dried Fruits Export Charges Regulations

Authoritative Version
SR 1938 No. 23 Regulations as made
Principal Regulations; Repeals the former Dried Fruits Export Charges Regulations.
Gazetted 25 Feb 1938
Date of repeal 01 Mar 1955
Repealed by Repealed by Dried Fruits Export Charges Regulations 1954 (SR 1954 No. 127)

STATUTORY RULES.

1938. No. 23.

 

REGULATIONS UNDER THE DRIED FRUITS EXPORT CHARGES ACT 1924-1929.*

WHEREAS by section 4 of the Dried Fruits Export Charges Act 1924-1929 it is provided that the Governor-General may, after report to the Minister by the Dried Fruits Control Board constituted under the Dried Fruits Export Control Act 1924-1937, make regulations prescribing a lower rate of the charge imposed on dried currants, dried sultanas or dried lexias exported from the Commonwealth on or after such date as is specified in the regulations, not being earlier than the first day of March, One thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven:

And whereas the said Dried Fruits Control Board has reported to the Minister that the rate of charge imposed on dried currants, dried sultanas and dried lexias exported from the Commonwealth on or after the first day of March, One thousand nine hundred and thirty-eight should be as prescribed by the regulations hereunder:

Now therefore, 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 Dried Fruits Export Charges Act 1924-1929.

Dated this Twenty-fourth day of February, 1938.

Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

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for Minister of State for Commerce.

 

Dried Fruits Export Charges Regulations.

Citation.

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Dried Fruits Export Charges Regulations.

Commencement.

2. These Regulations shall come into operation on the first day of March, 1938.

Repeal.

3. The Dried Fruits Export Charges Regulations (being Statutory Rules 1927, No. 30, as amended by Statutory Rules 1928, No. 43; 1929, Nos. 24 and 41; 1930, No. 24; 1931, No. 18; 1932, No. 17; 1933, No. 20; 1934, No. 28; 1935, No. 15; 1936, No. 29; and 1937, No. 17) are hereby repealed.

 

 

 

* Notified in the Commonwealth Gazette on                             February, 1938.


 

Rates of charge on certain dried fruits.

4. The charge imposed and to be levied and paid under section 3 of the Dried Fruits Export Charges Act 1924-1929 on dried currants, dried sultanas and dried lexias exported from the Commonwealth on or after the first day of March, 1938, shall be imposed, levied and paid at the following rates:—

(a) the rate in respect of dried currants shall be sixpence for each hundredweight of dried currants exported;

(b) the rate in respect of dried sultanas shall be nine pence for each hundredweight of dried sultanas exported; and

(c) the rate in respect of dried lexias shall be ninepence for each hundredweight of dried lexias exported.

Officers to whom moneys to be paid.

5. Any moneys payable under section 3 of the Dried Fruits Export Charges Act 1924-1929 shall be paid to one of the undermentioned officers:—

New South Wales—Collector of Public Moneys, Department of Commerce, Sydney.

Victoria—Collector of Public Moneys, Department of Commerce, Melbourne.

Queensland—Collector of Public Moneys, Department of Commerce, Brisbane.

South Australia—Collector of Customs, Port Adelaide.

Western Australia—Collector of Customs, Fremantle.

Tasmania—Collector of Customs, Hobart.

 

By Authority: L. F. Johnston, Commonwealth Government Printer, Canberra.