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Sugar Regulations (Amendment)

Authoritative Version
1902 No. 16 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the Sugar Regulations.
Gazetted 12 Sep 1902
Date of repeal 10 Oct 1903
Repealed by Sugar Regulations

Commonwealth of Australia.

             Department of Trade and Customs,

             Melbourne, 11th September, 1902.

NEW SUGAR REGULATION UNDER THE EXCISE
ACT 1901 AND THE EXCISE TARIFF 1902.

HIS Excellency the Acting Governor-General in and over the Commonwealth of Australia, by and with the advice of the Executive Council thereof, in exercise of the powers con­-ferred by the Excise Act 1901 and the Excise Tariff 1902, has been pleased to make the following Regulation.

C. C. KINGSTON,

Minister for Trade and Customs.

NEW SUGAR REGULATION.

38. No cane shall be deemed not to be white grown cane because after the cutting of the cane and its delivery for trans­port to the mill coloured labour is employed by any person other than the grower in relation to such transport, and to this extent the definition of "white grown cane" in Regulation No. 1 of the Sugar Regulations is modified accordingly, and the prescribed form of declaration indorsed on the Rebate Note may when necessary be modified by the addition of the following words:—" except as permitted by Sugar Regulation No. 38."