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Distillation Regulations

SR 1926 No. 206 Regulations as amended, taking into account amendments up to SR 1997 No. 253
Registered 26 Mar 2010
Start Date 24 Sep 1997
End Date 03 May 2001
Date of repeal 01 Jul 2006
Repealed by Enabling Act repealed by Excise Laws Amendment (Fuel Tax Reform and Other Measures) Act 2006 (Act No. 74, 2006).
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1 Citation [see Note 1]
1A Interpretation
2 Application for spirit maker’s licence
3 Fee for spirit maker’s licence application
4 Security — application for spirit maker’s licence
5 Requirements in relation to distilleries licensed under spirit maker’s licence
12 Production of spirits liable to duty
25 Conveyance of wash
26 Direction of flow
27 Conveyance of low wines
28 Conveyance of spirits
29 Re-distillation of spirits
30 Recording of quantity of spirits produced
31 Recording of quantity of beer, wine or wash conveyed to still
38 Products to be kept separate
39 Feints from previous distillation
40 Removal of low wines, feints or spirits from receiver
44 Permit to re-distil spirits
45 Storage of distillery material
47A Interpretation of cask in regulations 48 to 77
48 Spirit store
49 Construction of the spirit store
50 Spirits kept in spirit store
51 Vats
52 Hours of opening spirit store
53 Filling of casks
55 Distillery identification
56 Identification of casks
61 Duty on blended spirits
61A Fortified Australian wine used as flavouring
62 Deficiency of spirits
63 Spirit blending
64 Clarification of cloudy spirits
65 Reduction of spirits
66 Notice to bottle spirits
67 Packaging of spirits
68 Labelling of spirits
69 Fixing labels
70 Calculation of quantity of spirits
73 Filled casks and other vessels
74 Re-vatting stored spirits
75 Gauging of vats
77A Interpretation of cask in regulations 78 to 92
78 Spirit warehouse
79 Casks to be marked
80 Casks to remain unaltered
81 Arrangement of casks
82 Leakage of spirits
87 Additives not permitted
90 Duty paid on spirits
93 Methylated spirits
94 Application for vigneron’s licence
95 Fee for vigneron’s licence application
96 Security — application for vigneron’s licence
97 Granting or renewal of vigneron’s licence
98 Construction of vigneron’s spirit store
99 Approval of construction
100 Capacity of receivers
101 Connection of receivers
102 Maintenance of equipment
103 Notice of distilling time
106 Sampling
107 Deficiencies to be accounted for
108 Approved storage vats or vessels
114 Sale or removal from spirit store
115 Portable still
116 Application for experimenter’s licence
117 Security-application for experimenter’s licence
118 Form of experimenter’s licence
119 Number of experimenters’ licences
127 Dealing with samples
128 Declarations
129 Forms and tables
130 Working days and hours
131 Variation of days and hours
133 Payment for services of officers
Repeal
Schedule

Distillation Regulations

Statutory Rules 1926 No. 206 as amended

made under the

Distillation Act 1901

Consolidated as in force on 1 July 1999

(includes amendments up to SR 1997 No. 253)

Prepared by the Office of Legislative Drafting,
Attorney-General’s Department, Canberra


Distillation Regulations

Statutory Rules 1926 No. 206 as amended

made under the

 

 

 

Contents

Page

                        1  Citation [see Note 1]                                                           5

                      1A  Interpretation                                                                      5

                        2  Application for spirit maker’s licence                                    5

                        3  Fee for spirit maker’s licence application                              5

                        4  Security — application for spirit maker’s licence                   5

                        5  Requirements in relation to distilleries licensed under spirit maker’s licence                6

                       12  Production of spirits liable to duty                                      10

                       25  Conveyance of wash                                                         10

                       26  Direction of flow                                                                11

                       27  Conveyance of low wines                                                   11

                       28  Conveyance of spirits                                                        11

                       29  Re-distillation of spirits                                                      11

                       30  Recording of quantity of spirits produced                             11

                       31  Recording of quantity of beer, wine or wash conveyed to still 11

                       38  Products to be kept separate                                             12

                       39  Feints from previous distillation                                          12

                       40  Removal of low wines, feints or spirits from receiver             12

                       44  Permit to re-distil spirits                                                    13

                       45  Storage of distillery material                                              13

                    47A  Interpretation of cask in regulations 48 to 77                       13

                       48  Spirit store                                                                       13

                       49  Construction of the spirit store                                           13

                       50  Spirits kept in spirit store                                                  14

                       51  Vats                                                                                14

                       52  Hours of opening spirit store                                              14

                       53  Filling of casks                                                                 14

                       55  Distillery identification                                                       15

                       56  Identification of casks                                                       15

                       61  Duty on blended spirits                                                     16

                    61A  Fortified Australian wine used as flavouring                         16

                       62  Deficiency of spirits                                                          16

                       63  Spirit blending                                                                  16

                       64  Clarification of cloudy spirits                                              17

                       65  Reduction of spirits                                                           17

                       66  Notice to bottle spirits                                                       17

                       67  Packaging of spirits                                                          17

                       68  Labelling of spirits                                                             17

                       69  Fixing labels                                                                    18

                       70  Calculation of quantity of spirits                                         18

                       73  Filled casks and other vessels                                           18

                       74  Re-vatting stored spirits                                                     18

                       75  Gauging of vats                                                                18

                    77A  Interpretation of cask in regulations 78 to 92                       18

                       78  Spirit warehouse                                                               19

                       79  Casks to be marked                                                         19

                       80  Casks to remain unaltered                                                 19

                       81  Arrangement of casks                                                       19

                       82  Leakage of spirits                                                             19

                       87  Additives not permitted                                                      20

                       90  Duty paid on spirits                                                           20

                       93  Methylated spirits                                                             20

                       94  Application for vigneron’s licence                                        20

                       95  Fee for vigneron’s licence application                                  20

                       96  Security — application for vigneron’s licence                       20

                       97  Granting or renewal of vigneron’s licence                             21

                       98  Construction of vigneron’s spirit store                                 21

                       99  Approval of construction                                                    21

                     100  Capacity of receivers                                                         21

                     101  Connection of receivers                                                     21

                     102  Maintenance of equipment                                                 22

                     103  Notice of distilling time                                                      22

                     106  Sampling                                                                         22

                     107  Deficiencies to be accounted for                                        22

                     108  Approved storage vats or vessels                                       22

                     114  Sale or removal from spirit store                                         22

                     115  Portable still                                                                     23

                     116  Application for experimenter’s licence                                 23

                     117  Security-application for experimenter’s licence                    23

                     118  Form of experimenter’s licence                                          23

                     119  Number of experimenters’ licences                                     23

                     127  Dealing with samples                                                        23

                     128  Declarations                                                                     24

                     129  Forms and tables                                                             24

                     130  Working days and hours                                                   25

                     131  Variation of days and hours                                               25

                     133  Payment for services of officers                                          26

                Repeal                                                                                         26

Schedule                                                                                                 27

Form 1           Application for a licence to distil spirits                               27

Form 2           Experimenter’s licence                                                     28

Form 3           Spirit-maker’s general licence                                            29

Form No. 4     Spirit-maker’s general licence                                            30

Form 5           Wine distiller’s licence                                                      31

Form No. 6     Wine distiller’s licence                                                      32

Form 13         Vigneron’s licence                                                            33

Form No. 14   Vigneron’s licence                                                            34

Form 21         Authority to agent to sign declarations                               35

Notes                                                                                                       36

 


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1              Citation [see Note 1]

                These regulations may be cited as the Distillation Regulations.

1A           Interpretation

         (1)   In these regulations, the Act means the Distillation Act 1901‑1968.

         (2)   In these regulations:

                (a)    references to the bottling of spirits shall be read as references to the putting-up of spirits into a bottle, flask or can; and

               (b)    references to a bottle of spirits shall, unless the contrary intention appears, be read as references to a bottle, flask or can of spirits.

2              Application for spirit maker’s licence

                An application for a spirit maker’s licence shall be in accordance with Form 1, and shall comply with all the requirements indicated therein.

3              Fee for spirit maker’s licence application

         (1)   A spirit maker’s licence shall be in accordance with Form 3 or Form 5.

         (2)   The annual fee for a spirit maker’s licence is Ten dollars.

4              Security — application for spirit maker’s licence

         (1)   The security required to be given by section 18 of the Act in respect of an application for a spirit maker’s licence shall be in accordance with Form 4 or Form 6.

         (2)   The amount of the security referred to in subregulation (1) shall be such amount, being not less than One thousand dollars and not more than Ten thousand dollars, as the Collector determines.

5              Requirements in relation to distilleries licensed under spirit maker’s licence

                The following requirements must be complied with to the satisfaction of the Collector in relation to every distillery licensed under a Spirit Maker’s licence:

                (a)    The premises must admit of the proper supervision of operations by officers.

               (b)    When required by the Collector the premises must be securely walled or fenced, and furnished with substantial gates, which shall be provided with locks approved by the Collector.

                (c)    There must be on the premises:

                          (i)    A material store or material tank for the reception of material;

                         (ii)    A spirit store for the storing of spirits pending warehousing or for storing of spirits in vats during the process of maturing;

                         (iii)    A warehouse for the warehousing of spirits, provided that this requirement may be waived subject to the approval of the Comptroller.

               (d)    The name of every store-house or room must be painted in oil colours in conspicuous letters on the outside of its door.

                (e)    Except by permission the premises must not be within 90 metres in a direct line from any brewery or from the premises of a cordial manufacturer or from the premises of a seller of spirits.

                        (f)           the still-house must contain:

                          (i)    if the produce of the wash of the still on the first distillation is spirits and feints:

                                   (A)     a wash charger; and

                                   (B)     a feints receiver; and

                                   (C)     a spirit receiver; and

                         (ii)    if the produce of the wash of the still on the first distillation is low wines:

                                   (A)     a low wines receiver; and

                                   (B)     a low wines and feints charger

                (g)    In every fermenting back:

                          (i)    There must be a discharge cock or plug and plughole, through which all wash in the back may be conveyed by a pipe or open trough into the wash charger, or by authority through a close metal pipe direct to the still;

                         (ii)    Except as provided in paragraph (i) and except the pipe admitting the wort and a sewer cock or plug and plughole for carrying off the water with which the back is cleansed, there must be no other pipe or outlet;

Provided that:

                         (iii)    When the conversion of the starch contents and fermentation take place simultaneously, the fermenting vessel may be provided with other necessary apparatus and outlet pipes capable of being securely fastened.

                (h)    Every wash charger:

                          (i)    Must be of a capacity of not less than half that of the largest fermenting back or as approved by the Collector in cases where the capacity of the fermenting backs exceeds 45,500 litres;

                         (ii)    Must be connected:

                                    (1)     With the fermenting backs by one close metal pipe with one end fixed into a pump placed in a pipe or trough communicating with the fermenting back and the other end fixed into the wash charger;

                                    (2)     with the wash stills by one close metal pipe with a branch to each still or to the intermediate still charger;

                                    (3)     with the feints receiver by a close pump or metal pipe;

                                 and so that:

                         (iii)    There must be a cock on each of the connecting pipes.

                 (i)    Every low wines receiver:

                          (i)    Must be connected with the safe at the end of the worm of the wash still by one close metal pipe attached to and leading directly from the safe, so that all low wines running from the safe into the pipe shall immediately be discharged into the receiver;

                         (ii)    Must have fixed in it a pump, or discharge cock, for the conveyance of low wines into the low wines and feints charger.

                (j)    Every feints receiver:

                          (i)    Must be connected with the safe at the end of the worm of the still by one close metal pipe attached to and leading directly from the safe, so that all feints running from the safe into the pipe shall immediately be discharged into the feints receiver;

                         (ii)    Must have fixed in it a pump, or discharge cock, for the conveyance of feints into the low wines and feints charger or wash charger.

               (k)    Every low wines and feints charger:

                          (i)    Must be connected with the still by a close metal pipe with a cock thereon, one end of the pipe being fixed into the bottom of the charger and the other attached to the pump or to the still;

                         (ii)    Must be connected with the low wines receiver and feints receiver by close metal pipes, whereof one end must be fixed into the charger and the other end attached to the pump or discharge cock fixed in each receiver.

                 (l)    Every spirit receiver:

                          (i)    Must be connected with the safe at the end of the worm of the still by one close metal pipe secured with a locked union joint at its junction with the safe, and leading directly from the safe, so that all spirits running from the safe into the pipe shall immediately be discharged into the receiver;

                         (ii)    Must have fixed therein a proper discharge cock or other applicance for drawing off the spirits.

               (m)    Every low wines receiver, feints receiver, low wines and feints charger and spirit receiver:

                          (i)    Must be a closely-covered vessel; and

                         (ii)    Except as already specified, must have no outlet.

                (n)    Unless the Collector by writing under his hand otherwise permits, every vat in which spirits are to be stored must be close-covered and secured with fastenings.

               (o)    The still and the furnace door thereof, and every cock, valve, or pipe conveying steam into or about the still must be provided with fastenings so that they can be securely locked.

                        There must be an air-valve on the still.

                        An enclosed and secure safe must be connected with the end of the worm.

               (p)    A discharge cock must be fixed to every still not more than 1 metre distant from the body of the still, and firmly attached to the still by a close metal pipe, and must be so placed as to be easily accessible to an officer.

               (q)    Every pipe must be so fixed and placed as to be capable of being examined for the whole of its length.

                (r)    The pipes must be painted and kept painted in oil colours as follows:

                        If for the conveyance of:

Wort or wash ................................

Red

Low wines or feints .......................

Blue

Spirits ...........................................

Black

Water ...........................................

White.

                (s)    Every cock and pump must be fitted with fastenings for securing it by a lock being a lock supplied by the Collector at the expense of the distiller or a lock approved by the Collector and provided by the distiller.

                (t)    On the top of every charger and receiver, and of every vat for keeping spirits, there must be a dipping hole at which an officer can conveniently take his dip or gauge of the contents.

                        A metal plate must be fixed at the dipping hole to secure it from being worn or altered.

                        The dipping hole must have a cover and be fitted with a fastening to secure it by lock.

                (u)    The name of every fixed vessel must be painted thereon in oil colours and in conspicuous letters, and where more than one vessel is used for the same purpose, distinctive numbers in arithmetical progression commencing with 1, must also be painted thereon.

12            Production of spirits liable to duty

                No distiller shall, except by authority, begin to use any material for the production of spirits liable to one rate of duty until all spirits produced liable to any other rate of duty have been conveyed into the spirit or feints receiver.

25            Conveyance of wash

                All wash must be conveyed directly into the wash charger and thence into the still for distillation or directly from the back into the still.

26            Direction of flow

                All low wines, feints, and spirits running from the worm of the still must run thence directly through the safe at the end of the worm.

27            Conveyance of low wines

                All low wines shall be conveyed directly from the safe into the low wines receiver and thence directly into the low wines and feints charger and thence directly into the still for re‑distillation.

28            Conveyance of spirits

                All spirits must be conveyed directly from the safe into the feints receiver or spirit receiver.

29            Re-distillation of spirits

                All spirits conveyed into the feints receiver must be conveyed thence into the low wines and feints charger or wash charger or intermediate still charger and thence into the still for re‑distillation unless permission be granted by the Collector for the discharge of the feints direct from the feints receiver into the still.

30            Recording of quantity of spirits produced

                Except by authority no access shall be had to the end of the worm of any still or to any low wines feints or spirits from the time of the extraction or distillation thereof in the still unless the distiller has recorded the quantity of spirits produced.

31            Recording of quantity of beer, wine or wash conveyed to still

         (1)   Where the Collector has directed a distiller to keep any records in respect of beer, wine or wash that is conveyed to a still, the distiller shall not convey any beer, wine or wash to a still:

                (a)    unless he has recorded those particulars; or

               (b)    unless the distiller, or any employee of the distiller, authorized by the distiller for the purpose, has signed his name opposite to or immediately under the entry of those particulars in the records of the distiller.

         (2)   An officer may direct a distiller not to convey beer, wine or wash to a still until the officer has assessed the quantity to be so conveyed.

         (3)   A distiller shall comply with a direction given to him by an officer under the last preceding subregulation.

38            Products to be kept separate

                All wash and produce from wine or beer shall, throughout the whole course of its distillation and until the removal of the spirits to the spirit store, be kept unmixed and separate from all else.

39            Feints from previous distillation

                All feints produced by and remaining from a previous distillation may be mixed with the low wines or feints produced by a subsequent distillation, and the process of re‑distilling feints may be repeated as often as the distiller thinks fit, provided that the mixed feints must be the produce of the same kind of material.

40            Removal of low wines, feints or spirits from receiver

         (1)   A Collector may, by instrument under his hand, grant a distiller permission to remove low wines, feints or spirits from a receiver.

         (2)   The power conferred by the last preceding subregulation may be exercised by granting permission to remove low wines, feints or spirits from a receiver:

                (a)    at any time;

               (b)    on a specified occasion; or

                (c)    in circumstances included in a specified class of circumstances.

         (3)   Without limiting the generality of the last preceding subregulation, a permission may authorize the removal of low wines, feints or spirits only if the distiller complies with specified conditions or restrictions.

         (4)   A distiller shall not remove any low wines, feints or spirits from a receiver except in accordance with permission granted under this regulation that authorizes the removal.

44            Permit to re-distil spirits

         (1)   The Collector may, upon application in writing by a distiller, permit the distiller to re-distil spirits which are in his distillery.

45            Storage of distillery material

                All material in a distillery which is capable of use for distillation or in connexion therewith, shall unless when being so used be kept in the material store.

47A         Interpretation of cask in regulations 48 to 77

                For the purposes of regulations 48 to 77 (inclusive) of these regulations, cask includes drum and any other vessel approved by the Collector.

48            Spirit store

                The spirit store is for the purpose of carrying on therein the flavouring, colouring, blending, and bottling of spirits, and the putting of spirits into casks. Spirits may also be stored in the spirit store during the process of maturing.

49            Construction of the spirit store

                The spirit store must be:

                (a)    Constructed of stone, brick, concrete, or other approved fireproof material.

               (b)    Have all its windows secured with solid iron bars not less than 25 millimetres in diameter so fixed therein that the spacers between the bars and between the bars and the wall do not exceed 155 millimetres in width.

                (c)    Have all its windows covered with close wire netting.

               (d)    Have all its doors strongly constructed and sheeted on the inside with iron.

50            Spirits kept in spirit store

                Only spirits in vats and in vessels approved by the Collector shall be kept in the spirit store. When vat is referred to the reference shall include any approved vessel.

51            Vats

                Each vat must be:

                (a)    Of the capacity in the case of a general distillery of not less than 900 litres, and in the case of a wine distillery of not less than 350 litres:

       Provided that the Collector may permit vessels of smaller capacity to be used for storing vat ullages until such time as the ullages may be conveniently removed to the spirit warehouse or blended with other spirit in the spirit store, but in no case for a longer period than the period (if any) specified by the Collector when granting permission.

               (b)    Unless otherwise permitted by the Collector, erected at least 1 metre from the ground or floor.

                (c)    So placed that the whole exterior surface can without inconvenience be thoroughly inspected.

52            Hours of opening spirit store

                The spirit store shall be opened during such hours only as the Collector may direct.

53            Filling of casks

                No empty cask shall be taken into the spirit store except for the purpose of being immediately filled with spirit from a vat, and when these casks are filled they must not remain in the spirit store more than twenty-four hours except by authority.

55            Distillery identification

                The Collector shall advise each distiller of the letter allotted to his distillery, to be called the distillery letter, and the number representing the State in which the distillery is situated, to be called the State number.

56            Identification of casks

                Every cask brought into the spirit store must be in sound condition and have legibly cut or branded or painted in oil colours the following particulars:

                On the outside of one end of the cask the name of the distiller or of the distillery, the place where the distillery is situated, and the distillery letter placed directly above the State number, thus,

                On the other end of the cask its consecutive number and its weight, and when filled with spirits, the number of litres it contains, and when rates of duty differ according to the material from which the spirits are made a letter denoting the material from which the spirits are made.

                The Collector may, on the application of a purchaser of the spirits, permit the erasure from the casks of the name of the distiller or of the distillery, and of the place where the distillery is situated, and the substitution of the trade name and mark of the purchaser, provided that the distillery letter, State number, and the bond marks are preserved undefaced, and that the words “Made in Australia” are legibly cut, or branded or painted in oil colours on the casks.

61            Duty on blended spirits

                If imported spirits are to be mixed with Australian spirits for exportation only, then no duty shall be charged on the imported spirits, but if imported flavouring spirits are to be mixed with spirits for home consumption, then, if the rate of duty on the imported spirits is greater than the rate of duty payable on the spirits distilled in Australia, the difference between such rates of duty shall be paid on the flavouring spirits before removal from the warehouse licensed under the Customs Act 1901-1968 to the spirit store of the distiller.

61A         Fortified Australian wine used as flavouring

         (1)   The Collector may, on the application of a distiller, grant permission for the removal of fortified Australian wine from a place declared to be an approved place under section 5A of the Excise Act 1901-1968 to the distiller’s spirit store for the purpose of flavouring whisky, brandy or rum.

         (2)   The distiller shall, at the time of the application, submit for the Collector’s approval a sample of the wine intended to be used as flavouring.

         (4)   Fortified Australian wine removed under this regulation shall remain subject to the control of the Customs.

62            Deficiency of spirits

                The dip of any vats containing spirits may at any time be taken by an officer, and if any deficiency of spirits has taken place which cannot be attributed to natural loss, the distiller shall pay duty on the quantity of spirits so found deficient.

63            Spirit blending

                The spirits in the spirit store may be blended.

64            Clarification of cloudy spirits

                The clarification of cloudy spirits may be allowed by the addition thereto of a solution of alum in the proportion of not more than 4 litres of such solution to every 1,000 litres of spirits, or by means of any other treatment approved by the Comptroller.

65            Reduction of spirits

                A distiller may, by adding water thereto, reduce any spirits in the vat in the spirit store.

66            Notice to bottle spirits

                A distiller shall not, except with the approval of the Collector, bottle spirits in his distillery unless he has given not less than twenty-four hours’ notice of his intention so to do.

67            Packaging of spirits

                Where spirits that have been bottled in a distillery are not removed from the distillery immediately after they have been bottled, the distiller shall cause the bottles of spirits to be packed into outer containers each of which contains only bottles of a like capacity.

68            Labelling of spirits

         (1)   A distiller shall label every bottle of spirits with the words “Produce of Australia”, “Made in Australia” or other words approved by the Collector indicating that the spirits have been distilled in Australia and with:

                (a)    the name of the place where the spirits were bottled and the name of:

                          (i)    the distiller who bottled the spirits; or

                         (ii)    the distillery where they were bottled; or

               (b)    the distillery letter and State number of the distillery where the spirits were bottled.

         (2)   A distiller shall paint or brand on each case in which spirits have been packed:

                (a)    the name of the place where the spirits were bottled and the name of:

                          (i)    the distiller who bottled the spirits; or

                         (ii)    the distillery where they were bottled; or

               (b)    the distillery letter and State number of the distillery where the spirits were bottled.

69            Fixing labels

                A distiller shall not cause or permit a label to be affixed to a bottle of spirits unless a label of a like kind has been furnished to the Collector.

70            Calculation of quantity of spirits

                The quantity of spirits in any cask or bottle may be calculated by weight, measure, or gauge, as the Collector may direct.

73            Filled casks and other vessels

                All casks and other vessels when filled with spirits, shall be conveyed to the spirit warehouse of the distiller unless they are to be removed from the distillery forthwith.

74            Re-vatting stored spirits

                A distiller may, by authority, re-vat in his spirit store, any spirits stored in his spirit warehouse.

75            Gauging of vats

                Vats may be gauged by an officer whenever he deems it necessary.

77A         Interpretation of cask in regulations 78 to 92

                For the purposes of regulations 78 to 92 (inclusive) of these regulations, cask includes drum and any other vessel approved by the Collector.

78            Spirit warehouse

                The spirit warehouse must:

                (a)    Be substantially built of stone, brick, concrete, or approved fire-proof material.

               (b)    Have all its windows secured with solid iron bars not less than 25 millimetres in diameter, so fixed therein that the spaces between the bars and between the bars and the wall do not exceed 155 millimetres in width.

                (c)    Have all its windows covered with close wire netting.

               (d)    Have all its doors strongly constructed and sheeted on the inside with iron.

79            Casks to be marked

                A cask shall not be taken into the spirit warehouse unless it is marked as required by regulation 56.

80            Casks to remain unaltered

                None of the particulars on a cask shall be altered in any way whilst in the spirit warehouse, except by permission of the Collector under regulation 56.

81            Arrangement of casks

                Casks must be arranged, stacked, or stowed so that an officer may pass easily between every tier.

82            Leakage of spirits

                Where spirits leak from a cask in a distillery, the distiller shall, as soon as possible after the discovery of the leakage:

                (a)    cause the cask to be repaired so as to prevent further leakage;

               (b)    ascertain the quantity of spirits that has leaked from the cask; and

                (c)    inform the Collector of the occurrence of the leakage and of the quantity of spirits lost.

87            Additives not permitted

                Nothing shall be added to spirits in the spirit warehouse.

90            Duty paid on spirits

                All spirits in the spirit warehouse upon which the duty has been paid must be removed forthwith from the distillery.

93            Methylated spirits

                Spirits may be methylated and entered for home consumption in a distillery as in the case of spirits warehoused under the Customs Act 1901-1925.

94            Application for vigneron’s licence

                The application for a vigneron’s licence shall be in accordance with Form 1, and shall comply with all the requirements indicated therein.

95            Fee for vigneron’s licence application

         (1)   A vigneron’s licence shall be in accordance with Form 13.

         (2)   The annual fee for a vigneron’s licence is Ten dollars.

96            Security — application for vigneron’s licence

         (1)   The security required to be given by section 18 of the Act in respect of an application for a vigneron’s licence shall be in accordance with Form 14.

         (2)   The amount of the security referred to in subregulation (1) shall be such amount, being not less than One thousand dollars and not more than Ten thousand dollars, as the Collector determines.

97            Granting or renewal of vigneron’s licence

                A vigneron’s licence shall only be granted or renewed in respect of:

                (a)    a pot still capable of containing more than 1,100 litres but less than 2,750 litres; or

               (b)    a continuous still capable of exhausting more than 200 litres but less than 700 litres of wine in an hour.

98            Construction of vigneron’s spirit store

                Before a vigneron’s licence shall be granted or renewed there must be erected upon the premises a spirit store which must:

                (a)    Be a building of stone, brick, concrete, or other approved material.

               (b)    Have its windows secured with iron bars, and covered with close wire netting.

                (c)    Have its door strongly constructed, sheeted on the inside with iron, and provided by the vigneron with an approved lock, the key of which shall be kept by him.

99            Approval of construction

                The building, the securing of the windows, and of the door must be to the satisfaction of the Collector.

100         Capacity of receivers

                A feints receiver of not less than 150 litres capacity and a spirit receiver of not less than 270 litres capacity must be kept in the spirit store.

101         Connection of receivers

                The still, the feints receiver, and the spirit receiver must be connected in such manner and be provided with such cocks, pipes, and fittings, as the Collector may direct.

102         Maintenance of equipment

                Every vigneron shall keep his still and the receivers and fittings connected therewith in good repair and in a clean condition.

103         Notice of distilling time

                Every vigneron shall give to the Collector at least three days’ notice of the day and hour when he intends to commence distilling.

106         Sampling

                Any officer may take samples of the wine or lees of wine about to be distilled, and may by distillation ascertain the percentage of spirit contained in the wine or lees of wine.

107         Deficiencies to be accounted for

                If the quantity of spirits produced is less than the quantity of spirits which should have been produced, the vigneron shall pay duty on the deficiency, unless such deficiency is explained to the satisfaction of the Collector, and no distilling operations or mixing of spirits with wine shall be allowed until the duty demanded on any deficiency has been paid, or until such deficiency is accounted for to the satisfaction of the Collector.

108         Approved storage vats or vessels

                All spirits distilled under a vigneron’s licence shall be kept in the spirit store in vats or vessels approved by the Collector, and so placed as to be easily examined, and no spirits shall be kept elsewhere on the premises specified in the licence.

114         Sale or removal from spirit store

                Any vigneron may, by permission, sell any surplus spirits, or remove the same to a place declared to be an approved place under section 5A of the Excise Act 1901-1968.

115         Portable still

                Two or more vignerons having each a vigneron’s licence may, by permission, use a portable still, to be removed from time to time to the licensed premises where its use is required, or a still situated on the premises of one of them.

116         Application for experimenter’s licence

                An application for an experimenter’s licence shall be in accordance with Form 1.

117         Security-application for experimenter’s licence

                The security required to be given by section 18 of the Act in respect of an application for an experimenter’s licence shall be in accordance with the following scale, namely, not less than $10 and not more than $1000 as the Collector determines.

118         Form of experimenter’s licence

                An experimenter’s licence shall be in accordance with Form 2.

119         Number of experimenters’ licences

                The number of experimenters’ licences that may be in force at any one time is 50.

127         Dealing with samples

         (1)   A sample taken or obtained by an officer under the provisions of section 63 or section 71 of the Distillation Act 1901-1925 shall be dealt with in the following manner:

                (a)    The officer taking or obtaining the sample shall, in the presence of the person or the agent or servant of the person from whom the sample is taken or obtained, divide the sample into three equal parts and label or mark and securely seal each part; and

               (b)    the officer shall hand one part to the owner or his agent or servant, deliver for report another part to an analyst approved by the Collector, and retain the third part for further examination, if necessary.

         (2)   Delivery of the part to the analyst may be effected personally or by sending the part by registered post addressed to the analyst at his usual address, or in such other manner as the Collector approves.

         (3)   In the event of any dispute as to the identity of the part received by the analyst the burden of proof shall lie upon the person complaining.

         (4)   The production of a certificate of analysis of the part purporting to be signed by the analyst shall be sufficient evidence of the identity of the part and of the result of the analysis, without proof of the signature of the person purporting to have signed the certificate.

128         Declarations

         (1)   Forms containing declarations may be signed by a duly authorized agent in cases where the principal is legally incapable of making a declaration.

         (2)   Any officer may require from any agent the production of his written authority from the principal for whom he claims to act, and in default of the production of such authority may refuse to recognize the agency.

         (3)   Any declaration made by an agent in pursuance of this regulation shall be held to have been made with the knowledge and consent of the principal, so that in any prosecution in respect of any declaration made by any such agent the principal shall be liable to the pecuniary punishment provided by the Act or these regulations, as if such declaration had been made by the principal.

         (4)   An authority under this regulation may be according to Form 21.

129         Forms and tables

                The forms and tables prescribed by or referred to in these regulations are those in the accompanying Schedule.

130         Working days and hours

         (1)   Subject to regulation 131 of these regulations, all work at Distilleries and Vigneron’s premises shall be performed only on the prescribed working days and during the prescribed working hours.

         (2)   Subject to subregulation (3) of this regulation:

                (a)    the working days shall be all days except Sundays and public holidays; and

               (b)    the working hours shall be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on each day from Monday to Friday, and 8 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturdays.

         (3)   The Collector may approve that the working days shall be Monday to Friday (but not including any public holiday) and that the working hours shall be such hours worked from Monday to Friday in equal daily periods, as the Collector specifies:

Provided that the working hours shall not commence before 7 a.m. on any day.

         (4)   For the purpose of this regulation public holiday means, in relation to a Distillery or Vigneron’s premises, a day observed in the place at which the Distillery or Vigneron’s premises are situated as a holiday under section 76 of the Public Service Act 1922-1960.

131         Variation of days and hours

                The Collector may permit work to be performed on a prescribed working day outside the prescribed working hours or otherwise than on a prescribed working day for such time and, subject to regulation 133 of these regulations, upon such conditions as he thinks fit.

133         Payment for services of officers

         (1)   Where the Collector permits work to be performed otherwise than on a prescribed working day or during the prescribed working hours (except where shift work is performed by direction of the Collector and such work does not involve the payment of overtime) a charge at the rate of $16.75 per hour or part thereof shall be made against the distiller or vigneron for the services of each officer required to be in attendance.

         (2)   The charge shall be calculated from the hour from which the attendance of the officer is necessary and, when the service is not continuous with prescribed working hours, shall include a charge in respect of the time reasonably occupied by the officer in proceeding to and from the place where the attendance is required.

Repeal

                The Distillation Regulations 1913 (Statutory Rules 1913, No. 343, as amended by Statutory Rules 1920, Nos. 41, 184, 214; 1921, No. 38; 1925, Nos. 9, 27, 111, 145) are repealed.


Schedule            

Form 1        Application for a licence to distil spirits

(regulations 2 and 94)

Commonwealth of Australia

Distillation Act 1901-19.

                                           Place

                                           Date

 

I hereby apply for a

Spirit Maker’s General
Wine Distiller’s
Vigneron’s
Experimenter’s

 

licence to distil spirits at premises situated at

 

(State place or town and street)

A ground plan displaying the whole of these premises and showing the name and position on the premises of each building that is to be used for operations subject to the Distillation Act is attached.

Full name of applicant ............................................................

Address ................................................................................

Present occupation ................................................................

........................................................

Signature of Applicant

Form 2        Experimenter’s licence

(regulation 118)

Commonwealth of Australia

Distillation Act 1901

This licence is issued to                      and, subject to the Distillation Act 1901 and to the Distillation Regulations, authorizes him to distil spirits from any material for the purpose of research into the production or use of fuel ethanol (being denatured ethanol for use as a fuel in internal combustion engines), including research relating to the development of technology for such production or use.

Unless previously cancelled, this licence shall remain in force until 31 December 19     , but may be renewed in accordance with section 22 of that Act.

Dated this                                day of                             19    .

Collector of Customs for the State of

Form 3        Spirit-maker’s general licence

(regulation 3)

Commonwealth of Australia

Distillation Act 1901-1934

This licence is issued to                                                    upon the condition that he complies with the Distillation Act 1901-1934 and the Regulations thereunder relating to spirit-makers’ licences, and authorizes him to distil spirits upon his premises situated at                            .

Unless previously cancelled, this licence shall remain in force until 31st December 19    , but may be renewed in accordance with section 22 of the Distillation Act 1901-1934.

Dated this                       day of                             , 19     .

Collector of Customs for the State of

Form No. 4 Spirit-maker’s general licence

(regulation 4)

The Commonwealth of Australia — Security to the Customs

BY THIS SECURITY the Subscribers are, pursuant to the Distillation Act 1901-1925 and the Excise Act 1901-1923, bound to the Customs of the Commonwealth of Australia in the sum of subject only to this condition that if

who is an applicant for a Spirit-maker’s General Licence under the Distillation Act 1901-1925, authorizing the Licensee to distil Spirits from any material, complies with the provisions of that Act and any amendment thereof or any Act passed in substitution therefor and the Regulations for the time being in force thereunder, so long as he holds a Spirit-maker’s General Licence thereunder then this security shall be thereby discharged.*

Dated at                              the               day of                          , 19     .

 



Names and Descriptions of Subscribers

Signatures
of
Subscribers

Signatures
of
Witnesses

 

*Note   If liability is not intended to be joint and several and for the full amount, here state what is intended, as for example, thus: “The liability of the subscribers is joint only”, or “The liability of (mentioning subscribers) is limited to (here state amount of limit of liability or mode of ascertaining limit).”

Form 5        Wine distiller’s licence

(regulation 3)

Commonwealth of Australia

Distillation Act 1901-1934

This licence is issued to                                upon the condition that he complies with the Distillation Act 1901-1934 and the Regulations thereunder relating to wine distillers’ licences and authorizes him to distil spirits from wine or lees of wine only upon his premises situated at

Unless previously cancelled, this licence shall remain in force until 31st December, 19     , but may be renewed in accordance with section 22 of the Distillation Act 1901-1934.

Dated this                                day of                             , 19     .

Collector of Customs for the State of

Form No. 6 Wine distiller’s licence

(regulation 4)

The Commonwealth of Australia — Security to the Customs

BY THIS SECURITY the Subscribers are, pursuant to the Distillation Act 1901-1925 and the Excise Act 1901-1923, bound to the Customs of the Commonwealth of Australia in the sum of                                   
subject only to this condition that if                                                             
who is an applicant for a Wine Distiller’s Licence under the Distillation Act 1901-1925 authorizing the licensee to distil Spirits from wine or lees of wine, complies with that Act and any amendment thereof or any Act passed in substitution therefor and the Regulations for the time being in force thereunder so long as he holds a Wine Distiller’s Licence thereunder then this security shall be thereby discharged.*

Dated at                              the            day of                            , 19     .



Names and Descriptions of Subscribers

Signatures
of
Subscribers

Signatures
of
Witnesses

 

*Note   If liability is not intended to be joint and several and for the full amount, here state what is intended as for example, thus: “The liability of the subscribers is joint only,” or “The liability of (mentioning subscribers) is limited to (here state amount of limit of liability or mode of ascertaining limit)”.

Form 13       Vigneron’s licence

(regulation 95)

Commonwealth of Australia

Distillation Act 1901-1934

This licence is issued to                                                   upon the condition that he complies with the Distillation Act 1901-1934 and the Regulations thereunder relating to vigneron’s licences and authorizes him to distil spirits from wine or lees of wine only upon his premises situated at                                                    for the purpose of fortifying his wine.

Unless previously cancelled, this licence shall remain in force until 31st December, 19     , but may be renewed in accordance with section 22 of the Distillation Act 1901-1934.

Dated this                                day of                             , 19     .

Collector of Customs for the State of

Form No. 14        Vigneron’s licence

(regulation 96)

Commonwealth of Australia — Security to the Customs

By this Security the Subscribers are, pursuant to the Distillation Act 1901-1925 and the Excise Act 1901-1923, bound to the Customs of the Commonwealth of Australia in the sum of                           subject only to this condition that if                                                         who is an applicant for a Vigneron’s Licence under the Distillation Act 1901-1925 authorizing the Licensee to distil spirits from wine or lees of wine for the purpose of fortifying wine, complies with that Act and any amendment thereof or any Act passed in substitution therefor and the Regulations for the time being in force thereunder so long as he holds a Vigneron’s Licence thereunder then this security shall be thereby discharged.*

Dated at                                   the               day of          , 19     .


Names and Descriptions of Subscribers

Signatures
of
Subscribers

Signatures
and Address of Witnesses

 

*Note   If liability is not intended to be joint and several and for the full amount, here state what is intended, as for example, thus: “The liability of the subscribers is joint only,” or, “The liability of (mentioning subscribers) is limited to (here state amount of limit of liability or mode of ascertaining limit)”.

Form 21      Authority to agent to sign declarations

(regulation 128)

Commonwealth of Australia — Distillation Act 1901-1925

(a)                                  hereby authorizes (b)                                          

(whose signature appears below) to sign as its agent forms containing declarations prescribed by the Distillation Regulations 1926 made under the Distillation Act 1901-1925.

          Dated the                                 day of                            , 19     .

          In witness whereof the Common Seal of the (c)

was affixed hereto in the presence of

To the Collector of Customs at

                                      Signature of person authorized

 

(a)        Here insert name of principal.

(b)        Here insert name of person authorized.

(c)        Here insert “Company,” “Corporation,” or as the case may be.


Notes to the Distillation Regulations

Note 1

The Distillation Regulations (in force under the Distillation Act 1901) as shown in this reprint comprise Statutory Rules 1926 No. 206 amended as indicated in the Tables below.

Table of Statutory Rules

Year and
number

Date of notification
in Gazette

Date of
commencement

Application, saving or
transitional provisions

1926 No. 206

22 Dec 1926

23 Dec 1926

 

1927 No. 91

18 Aug 1927

13 Aug 1927

1929 No. 105

19 Sept 1929

13 Sept 1929

1934 No. 71

7 June 1934

7 June 1934

1940 No. 281

12 Dec 1940

12 Dec 1940

1946 No. 34

21 Feb 1946

21 Feb 1946

1946 No. 76

2 May 1946

2 May 1946

1946 No. 123

25 July 1946

25 July 1946

1947 No. 26

28 Feb 1947

28 Feb 1947

1947 No. 84

26 June 1947

1 July 1947

1947 No. 141

7 Oct 1947

7 Oct 1947

1948 No. 96

29 July 1948

29 July 1948

1949 No. 97

25 Nov 1949

25 Nov 1949

1951 No. 80

23 July 1951

23 July 1951

1951 No. 105

18 Sept 1951

18 Sept 1951

1952 No. 98

6 Nov 1952

6 Nov 1952

1954 No. 23

18 Mar 1954

18 Mar 1954

1954 No. 108

28 Oct 1954

28 Oct 1954

1955 No. 64

29 Sept 1955

29 Sept 1955

1956 No. 129

24 Dec 1956

24 Dec 1956

1957 No. 14

28 Mar 1957

28 Mar 1957

1960 No. 28

29 Apr 1960

29 Apr 1960

1961 No. 62

28 Apr 1961

28 Apr 1961

1962 No. 110

13 Dec 1962

13 Dec 1962

1963 No. 148

24 Dec 1963

24 Dec 1963

1965 No. 196

24 Dec 1965

24 Dec 1965

1966 No. 72

31 Mar 1966

31 Mar 1966

1966 No. 175

2 Dec 1966

2 Dec 1966

1969 No. 154

26 Sept 1969

1 Oct 1969 (see r. 1 and Gazette 1969, p. 5771)

1969 No. 188

4 Dec 1969

4 Dec 1969

1969 No. 206

18 Dec 1969

18 Dec 1969

R. 3

1970 No. 115

27 Aug 1970

27 Aug 1970

1971 No. 61

20 May 1971

20 May 1971

1971 No. 172

22 Dec 1971

22 Dec 1971

1972 No. 93

29 June 1972

1 July 1972

1973 No. 259

12 Dec 1973

12 Dec 1973

1980 No. 113

30 May 1980

30 May 1980

1980 No. 375

31 Dec 1980

31 Dec 1980

1981 No. 165

30 June 1981

30 June 1981

1981 No. 173

30 June 1981

30 June 1981

1981 No. 266

24 Sept 1981

24 Sept 1981

1982 No. 139

25 June 1982

25 June 1982

1982 No. 256

1 Oct 1982

1 Oct 1982

1990 No. 219

4 July 1990

4 July 1990

1997 No. 253

24 Sept 1997

24 Sept 1997

Table of Amendments

ad. = added or inserted am. = amended rep. = repealed rs. = repealed and substituted

 

Provision affected

How affected

Heading preceding r.1.........

rep. 1981 No. 173

R. 1A........................................

ad. 1969 No. 154

Heading preceding r. 2........

rep. 1981 No. 173

R. 2..........................................

am. 1962 No. 110; 1981 No. 173

R. 3..........................................

rs. 1962 No. 110

 

am. 1969 No. 206; 1981 No. 173

R. 4..........................................

am. 1947 No. 141; 1969 No. 154; 1981 No. 173

Heading to r. 5.......................

rep. 1981 No. 173

R. 5..........................................

am. 1927 No. 91; 1962 No. 110; 1966 No. 72; 1972 No. 93; 1997 No. 253

Heading preceding r. 5A.....

ad. 1966 No. 72

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 5A........................................

ad. 1966 No. 72

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

Heading preceding r. 6........

rep. 1966 No. 72

R. 6..........................................

am. 1940 No. 281

 

rep. 1966 No. 72

Rr. 7, 8....................................

rep. 1966 No. 72

Heading preceding r. 9........

rep. 1981 No. 173

Rr. 9, 10..................................

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 11........................................

rep. 1954 No. 108

Heading to r. 12....................

rep. 1981 No. 173

R. 12........................................

am. 1954 No. 108

R. 13........................................

am. 1954 No. 108

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

Rr. 14-24................................

rep. 1954 No. 108

R. 25A.....................................

ad. 1954 No. 108

 

rep. 1962 No. 110

R. 30........................................

am. 1966 No. 72; 1969 No. 154

R. 31........................................

am. 1946 No. 123; 1947 No. 141; 1954 No. 108

 

rs. 1962 No. 110; 1966 No. 72; 1969 No. 154

Rr. 32-37................................

rep. 1946 No. 123

R. 40........................................

rs. 1969 No. 154

R. 41........................................

am. 1954 No. 108

 

rs. 1966 No. 72

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 42........................................

am. 1954 No. 108; 1966 No. 72

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 43........................................

am. 1966 No. 72

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

Heading preceding r. 44.....

rep. 1981 No. 173

R. 44........................................

rs. 1954 No. 108

 

am. 1962 No. 110

Heading preceding r. 45.....

rep. 1981 No. 173

Rr. 46, 47................................

rep. 1962 No. 110

Heading preceding r. 47A...

rep. 1981 No. 173

R. 47A.....................................

ad. 1954 No. 108

R. 49........................................

am. 1972 No. 93

R. 51........................................

am. 1940 No. 281; 1972 No. 93

R. 54........................................

am. 1954 No. 108

 

rep. 1957 No. 14

R. 56........................................

am. 1972 No. 93

R. 57........................................

rs. 1969 No. 154

 

rep. 1990 No. 219

R. 58........................................

rep. 1969 No. 154

Rr. 59, 60................................

rs. 1934 No. 71

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 61........................................

rs. 1934 No. 71

 

am. 1969 No. 154

R. 61A.....................................

ad. 1954 No. 108

 

am. 1957 No. 14; 1969 No. 154

R. 64........................................

am. 1972 No. 93

R. 66........................................

rs. 1966 No. 72

R. 67........................................

am. 1966 No. 72

 

rs. 1969 No. 154

R. 68........................................

am. 1940 No. 281

 

rs. 1946 No. 76

 

am. 1954 No. 108

 

rs. 1962 No. 110

 

am. 1969 No. 154

R. 69........................................

am. 1954 No. 108

 

rs. 1969 No. 154

R. 71........................................

am. 1966 No. 72

 

rs. 1969 No. 154

 

rep. 1990 No. 219

R. 72........................................

am. 1934 No. 71; 1966 No. 72

 

rs. 1969 No. 154

 

rep. 1990 No. 219

R. 72A.....................................

ad. 1969 No. 154

 

rep. 1990 No. 219

R. 73........................................

am. 1954 No. 108; 1957 No. 14; 1962 No. 110

R. 76........................................

am. 1954 No. 108

 

rep. 1966 No. 72

R. 77........................................

am. 1966 No. 72

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

Heading preceding r. 77A...

rep. 1981 No. 173

R. 77A.....................................

ad. 1954 No. 108

R. 78........................................

am. 1972 No. 93

R. 79........................................

rs. 1957 No. 14

R. 82........................................

am. 1966 No. 72

 

rs. 1969 No. 154

R. 83........................................

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 84........................................

rep. 1940 No. 281

R. 85........................................

am. 1940 No. 281; 1962 No. 110

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 86........................................

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 88........................................

am. 1966 No. 72

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 89........................................

am. 1940 No. 281

 

rep. 1962 No. 110

R. 91........................................

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 92........................................

rs. 1946 No. 34

 

rep. 1962 No. 110

Heading preceding r. 93.....

rep. 1981 No. 173

Heading preceding r. 94.....

rep. 1981 No. 173

R. 94........................................

am. 1962 No. 110; 1981 No. 173

R. 95........................................

rs. 1962 No. 110

 

am. 1969 No. 206; 1981 No. 173

R. 96........................................

am. 1947 No. 141; 1969 No. 154; 1981 No. 173

R. 97........................................

rs. 1947 No. 141; 1972 No. 93

R. 98........................................

am. 1969 No. 154

R. 100.....................................

rs. 1972 No. 93

Rr. 104, 105...........................

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 109.....................................

rs. 1954 No. 108

 

am. 1966 No. 72

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 110.....................................

am. 1940 No. 281; 1954 No. 108

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 111.....................................

am. 1940 No. 281

 

rep. 1962 No. 110

R. 112.....................................

rep. 1962 No. 110

R. 113.....................................

rep. 1969 No. 154

R. 114.....................................

am. 1969 No. 154

Heading preceding r. 116...

rep. 1961 No. 62

R. 116.....................................

rep. 1957 No. 14

 

ad. 1981 No. 173

Heading preceding r. 117...

rep. 1961 No. 62

Rr. 117-119............................

rep. 1954 No. 108

 

ad. 1981 No. 173

Rr. 120-124............................

rep. 1954 No. 108

Heading preceding r. 125...

ad. 1961 No. 62

 

rep. 1972 No. 93

Rr. 125, 126...........................

rep. 1972 No. 93

Heading to r. 127..................

rep. 1981 No. 173

Heading to r. 128..................

rep. 1981 No. 173

Heading to r. 129..................

rep. 1981 No. 173

Heading preceding r. 130...

ad. 1947 No. 26

 

rep. 1981 No. 173

R. 130.....................................

ad. 1947 No. 26

 

am. 1962 No. 110

R. 131.....................................

ad. 1947 No. 26

 

rs. 1962 No. 110

R. 132.....................................

ad. 1947 No. 26

 

rep. 1962 No. 110

R. 133.....................................

ad. 1947 No. 26

 

am. 1947 No. 84; 1949 No. 97; 1951 No. 80; 1952 No. 98; 1954 No. 23; 1955 No. 64; 1956 No. 129; 1960 No. 28; 1962 No. 110; 1963 No. 148; 1965 No. 196; 1966 No. 175; 1969 No. 188; 1970 No. 115; 1971 Nos. 61 and 172; 1973 No. 259; 1980 Nos. 113 and 372; 1981 Nos. 165 and 266; 1982 Nos. 139 and 256

R. 134.....................................

ad. 1948 No. 96

 

rep. 1962 No. 110

Heading to Repeal...............
regulation

rep. 1981 No. 173

Schedule................................

am. 1929 No. 105; 1940 No. 281; 1946 No. 34; 1951 No. 105; 1954 No. 108; 1957 No. 14; 1961 No. 62; 1962 No. 110; 1966 No. 72; 1969 No. 154; 1972 No. 93; 1981 No. 173

... Form 1.................................

1926 No. 206

 

rs. 1962 No. 110

 

am. 1981 No. 173

... Form 2.................................

1926 No. 206

 

rep. 1962 No. 110

 

ad. 1981 No. 173

... Form 3.................................

1926 No. 206

 

rs. 1940 No. 281

... Form 4.................................

1926 No. 206

... Form 5.................................

1926 No. 206

 

rs. 1940 No. 281

... Form 6.................................

1926 No. 206

... Form 7.................................

1926 No. 206

 

am. 1940 No. 281

 

rs. 1954 No. 108; 1962 No. 110

 

rep. 1966 No. 72

... Form 7A..............................

ad. 1940 No. 281

 

rs. 1962 No. 110

 

rep. 1966 No. 72

... Forms 8, 9..........................

1926 No. 206

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

... Form 10..............................

1926 No. 206

 

rep. 1940 No. 281

... Form 11..............................

1926 No. 206

 

am. 1927 No. 105; 1940 No. 281

 

rs. 1951 No. 105

 

am. 1954 No. 108

 

rs. 1961 No. 62

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

... Form 12..............................

1926 No. 206

 

am. 1946 No. 34

 

rep. 1962 No. 110

... Form 13..............................

1926 No. 206

 

rs. 1940 No. 281

... Form 14..............................

1926 No. 206

... Form 15..............................

1926 No. 206

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

... Form 16..............................

1926 No. 206

 

rep. 1954 No. 108

... Form 17..............................

1926 No. 206

 

rep. 1940 No. 281

... Forms 18-20......................

1926 No. 206

 

rep. 1957 No. 14

... Table A................................

1926 No. 206

 

rep. 1969 No. 154

... Table B................................

1926 No. 206

 

rep. 1954 No. 108

... Tables C, D........................

1926 No. 206

 

rep. 1972 No. 93