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Motor Industry Bounty Regulations

Authoritative Version
SR 1938 No. 119 Regulations as made
Principal Regulations
Gazetted 22 Dec 1938
Date of repeal 31 Dec 1950
Repealed by Repeal of the enabling legislation by Statute Law Revision Act 1950

STATUTORY RULES.

1938. No. 119.

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REGULATIONS UNDER THE MOTOR INDUSTRY BOUNTY ACT 1938.*

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 Motor Industry Bounty Act 1938.

Dated this seventeenth day of December, 1938.

(SGD.) GOWRIE.

Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

Signature of the Minister of State for Trade and Customs.

Minister of State for Trade and Customs.

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Motor Industry Bounty Regulations.

Citation.

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Motor Industry Bounty Regulations.

Definitions.

2.—(1.) In these Regulations, unless the contrary intention appears—

“authorized agent” means a person appointed in accordance with regulation 3 of these Regulations to be an authorized agent for the purposes of these Regulations;

“bounty” means bounty under the Act;

“the Act” means the Motor Industry Bounty Act 1938, and, if that Act is at any time amended, includes that Act as so amended;

“the Schedule” means the Schedule to these Regulations.

(2.) In these Regulations, any reference to a Form shall be read as a reference to a Form in the Schedule.

Authorized agents.

3.—(1.) A person may appoint, in accordance with Form 1, an authorized agent to execute on his behalf any declaration, certificate or other document required under these Regulations in relation to any claim for bounty by that person and the authorized agent may execute on behalf of his principal any such declaration, certificate or other document accordingly.

(2.) Any declaration, certificate or other document so executed shall be as effective as if executed by the principal.

 

*Notified in the Commonwealth Gazette on                                                                         December, 1938.

7189.—8/13.12.1938.—Price 3d.


 

Notice of intention to claim bounty.

4.—(1.) Subject to this regulation, a person who intends to claim bounty shall, at least thirty days before the claim for bounty is made, furnish to the Collector a notice of intention to claim bounty in accordance with Form 2.

(2.) The Collector may, if so requested by a person who intends to claim bounty, accept a notice of intention to claim bounty as a continuing notice.

(3.) Where the Collector has accepted a notice of intention to claim bounty as a continuing notice, and some other person becomes the owner of the factory specified in the notice, it shall not be necessary for that other person to furnish a notice of intention to claim bounty in respect of goods manufactured by him at that factory.

Form of application for bounty.

5. An application for bounty shall be in accordance with Form 3 and shall be supported by a statutory declaration in accordance with the form contained in that Form.

Time within which applications for bounty are to be made.

6.—(1.) Subject to the next succeeding sub-regulation, an application for bounty on goods the production of which is completed during any month shall be lodged with the Collector within thirty days after the end of that month.

(2.) The Collector may permit applications for bounty in respect of goods the production of which has been completed during the period of three months ending on the last day of September, December, March or June respectively, to be lodged with him within sixty days after the end of that period.

Conditions of manufacture.

7. Australian and imported materials intended for use in the manufacture of the goods shall be stored separately to the satisfaction of the Collector.

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Reg. 2.

THE SCHEDULE.

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Reg. 3.                                     Commonwealth of Australia.                                 Form 1.

Motor Industry Bounty Act 1938.

APPOINTMENT OF AUTHORIZED agent.

(a) Here insert name, address and description of principal.

(b) Here insert name, address and description of agent.

(c) Signature of principal.

(d) Signature and address of witness.

(e) Signature of person authorized

I,/we, (a)                                                               hereby nominate, constitute and we, appoint (b)                                                                                 (a specimen of whose signature appears hereunder) to be my/our agent for the purposes of the Motor Industry Bounty Regulations and to execute on my/our behalf any declaration, certificate or other document required for the purposes of those Regulations.

Dated at                                                    this                                                       day of                                                              19        .

                                                                             (c)

(d)

(e)


 

Reg. 4.                                                 Commonwealth of Australia.                     Form 2.

Motor Industry Bounty Act 1938.

NOTICE BY MANUFACTURER OF INTENTION TO CLAIM BOUNTY.

Note. —This form, when filled in, should be forwarded to the Collector of Customs.

(a) Here insert kind of goods.

To the Collector of Customs,                                                                                                                    State of

I/We hereby give notice that I/we intend to claim bounty in respect of (a)                                                                                   manufactured or to be manufactured in my/our factory situated at

I/*We request that this be accepted as a continuing notice.

Dated at                                                    this                                                       day of                                                              19        .

(b) Insert name of manufacture.

(Signature of Manufacturer or (b)                                                                 per                               Authorized Agent.)

* This paragraph may be omitted if desired.

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Reg. 6.                                     Commonwealth of Australia.                                 Form 3.

Motor Industry Bounty Act 1938.

APPLICATION FOR BOUNTY.

Note. —This form, when filled in, should be forwarded to the Collector of Customs.

(a) Insert name of declarant.

(b) Insert address of declarant.

(c) Strike out whichever inapplicable.

I, (a)                                                         of (b)

hereby apply for bounty in respect of the following goods, the production of which was completed by (c) me/the manufacturer in (c) my/his factory situated at                                                 during the month(s) of                                                             , 19      .

Number and Description of Goods on which Bounty is claimed.

Rate of Bounty.

Percentage of Australian materials contained in the goods.

Amount of Bounty claimed.

 

 

 

£

s.

d.

Total....................

 

 

 

Total (in words)                                                    pounds

shillings                                               pence.


 

Declaration.

(d) Here insert name, address and occupation of person making declaration.

(e) Insert “manufacturer” or “authorized agent of the manufacturer” whichever is applicable.

I (d)                                                                                                          , do solemnly and sincerely declare as follows: —

(1) I am the (e)                                                             of the goods specified in the foregoing application for bounty.

(2) The goods were manufactured in premises appointed by the Minister for Trade and Customs as a factory for the purposes of the Motor Industry Bounty Act 1938.

(3) The description of the goods, and the particulars relating thereto, set out in the foregoing application for bounty, are true and correct in every particular.

(4) The whole of the goods are of good and merchantable quality.

(5) Nothing on my part has been done or omitted to be done, and, to the best of my knowledge and belief, nothing on the part of any other person has been done or omitted to be done, whereby the right to bounty in respect of the goods has been forfeited or taken away.

(6) To the best of my knowledge and belief, no other application for bounty has been made, nor has any bounty been paid, in respect of the goods.

And I make this solemn declaration by virtue of the Statutory Declarations Act 1911-1922 conscientiously believing the statements contained therein to be true in every particular.

(f) Signature of person making declaration.

(g) Signature of person before whom the declaration is made.

(h) Here insert title of person before whom declaration is made.

(f)

Declared before me at                                          this

day of                                                              19

Before me—

(g)

(h)

Note.—Any person who wilfully makes a false statement in a statutory declaration is guilty of an indictable offence, and is liable to imprisonment, with or without hard labour, for four years. This declaration may be made before a Police, Stipendiary or Special Magistrate; Justice of the Peace; Commissioner for Affidavits; Commissioner for Declarations or a Notary Public.

 

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