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Distillation Regulations 1926

Authoritative Version
SR 1926 No. 206 Regulations as amended, taking into account amendments up to SR 2001 No. 223
Administered by: Treasury
Start Date 23 Aug 2001
End Date 01 Jul 2006
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Repealed by Enabling Act repealed by Excise Laws Amendment (Fuel Tax Reform and Other Measures) Act 2006 (Act No. 74, 2006).

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926



Compilation Information

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Distillation Regulations 1926

Statutory Rules 1926 No. 206 as amended
made under the
Distillation Act 1901
This compilation was prepared on 23 August 2001
taking into account amendments up to SR 2001 No. 223
Prepared by the Office of Legislative Drafting,
Attorney-General's Department, Canberra


DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 1
Name of Regulations [see Note 1]

These Regulations are the Distillation Regulations 1926.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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 nil.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.


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(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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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 the distiller 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 or her 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 by an officer under the last preceding subregulation.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.


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DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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,

A graphic exists here.

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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 63
Spirit blending

The spirits in the spirit store may be blended.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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 CEO.


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DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 65
Reduction of spirits

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

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 74
Re-vatting stored spirits

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


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DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 75
Gauging of vats

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

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 79
Casks to be marked

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

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 81
Arrangement of casks

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

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 87
Additives not permitted

Nothing shall be added to spirits in the spirit warehouse.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.


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DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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 nil.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 116
Application for experimenter's licence

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

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 116A
Fee for experimenter's licence application

The annual fee for an experimenter's licence is nil.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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.


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DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 118
Form of experimenter's licence

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

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 119
Number of experimenters' licences

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

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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 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 the 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 the analyst's 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 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 a written authority from the principal for whom the agent 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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 129
Forms and tables

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


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DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

- REG 134
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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

Schedule

Form 1 Application for licence to distil spirits

(regulations 2, 94 and 116)

Commonwealth of Australia
Distillation Act 1901
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 1901 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 1926, authorises the licensee 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 20 , but may be renewed in accordance with section 22 of that Act.
Dated this day of 20 .
Collector

Form 3 Spirit-maker's general licence

(regulation 3)

Commonwealth of Australia
Distillation Act 1901

This licence is issued to upon the condition that the licensee complies with the Distillation Act 1901 and the Regulations thereunder relating to spirit-makers' licences, and authorises the licensee to distil spirits on the licensee's premises situated at .
Unless previously cancelled, this licence shall remain in force until 31st December 20 , but may be renewed in accordance with section 22 of the Distillation Act 1901.
Dated this day of 20 .
Collector

Form 4 Security — spirit maker's general licence

(regulation 4)


COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
Distillation Act 1901
Excise Act 1901
SECURITY
SPIRIT MAKER'S GENERAL LICENCE
BY THIS SECURITY the Subscribers are, pursuant to the Distillation Act 1901 and the Excise Act 1901, bound to the CEO (as defined in those Acts) in the sum of subject only to this

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condition that if who is an applicant for a Spirit-maker's General Licence under the Distillation Act 1901, 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 the applicant holds a Spirit-maker's General Licence thereunder then this security shall be thereby discharged.*
Dated at the day of 20



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

This licence is issued to upon the condition that the licensee complies with the Distillation Act 1901 and the Regulations thereunder relating to wine distillers' licences and authorises the licensee to distil spirits from wine or lees of wine on the licensee's premises situated at
Unless previously cancelled, this licence shall remain in force until 31st December 20 , but may be renewed in accordance with section 22 of the Distillation Act 1901.
Dated this day of 20 .
Collector

Form 6 Security — wine distiller's licence

(regulation 4)


COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
Distillation Act 1901
Excise Act 1901
SECURITY
WINE DISTILLER'S LICENCE
BY THIS SECURITY the Subscribers are, pursuant to the Distillation Act 1901 and the Excise Act 1901, bound to the CEO (as defined in those Acts) 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 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 the applicant holds a Wine Distiller's Licence thereunder then this security shall be thereby discharged.*
Dated at the day of 20 .



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
This licence is issued to upon the
condition that the licensee complies with the Distillation Act 1901 and

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the Regulations thereunder relating to vigneron's licences and authorises the licensee to distil spirits from wine or lees of wine on the licensee's premises situated at for the purpose of fortifying wine.
Unless previously cancelled, this licence shall remain in force until 31st December 20 , but may be renewed in accordance with section 22 of the Distillation Act 1901.
Dated this day of 20 .
Collector

Form 14 Security — vigneron's licence

(regulation 96)


COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
Distillation Act 1901
Excise Act 1901
SECURITY
VIGNERON'S LICENCE
By this Security the Subscribers are, pursuant to the Distillation Act 1901 and the Excise Act 1901, bound to the CEO (as defined in those Acts) 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 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 the applicant holds a Vigneron's Licence thereunder then this security shall be thereby discharged.*
Dated at the day of 20 .


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
(a) hereby authorizes (b)
(whose signature appears below) to sign as its agent forms containing declarations required under the Distillation Regulations 1926.
Dated the day of 20 .
In witness whereof the Common Seal of the (c) was affixed hereto in the presence of
To the Collector
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.

DISTILLATION REGULATIONS 1926

Notes to the Distillation Regulations 1926

Note 1

The Distillation Regulations 1926 (in force under the Distillation Act 1901) as shown in this compilation 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

2001 No. 83
4 May 2001
4 May 2001

2001 No. 223
23 Aug 2001
23 Aug 2001

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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. 1
rs. 2001 No. 83
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; 2001 No. 223
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
R. 13
am. 1954 No. 108

rep. 1969 No. 154
Rr. 14-24
rep. 1954 No. 108
R. 25
rep. 2001 No. 83
R. 25A
ad. 1954 No. 108

rep. 1962 No. 110
Rr. 26-29
rep. 2001 No. 83
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

am. 2001 No. 83
Rr. 32-37
rep. 1946 No. 123
Rr. 38-40
rep. 2001 No. 83
R. 40
rs. 1969 No. 154

rep. 2001 No. 83
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
Heading preceding r. 45
rep. 1981 No. 173
R. 45
rep. 2001 No. 83
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
R. 51
am. 1940 No. 281; 1972 No. 93

rep. 2001 No. 83
Rr. 52, 53
rep. 2001 No. 83
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
R. 64
am. 1972 No. 93; 2001 No. 83
R. 66
rs. 1966 No. 72

rep. 2001 No. 83
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
R. 78
am. 1972 No. 93

rep. 2001 No. 83
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; 2001 No. 223
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
R. 99
rep. 2001 No. 83
R. 100
rs. 1972 No. 93

rep. 2001 No. 83
Rr. 101-103
rep. 2001 No. 83
Rr. 104, 105
rep. 1969 No. 154
Rr. 106-108
rep. 2001 No. 83
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
R. 115
rep. 2001 No. 83
Heading preceding r. 116
rep. 1961 No. 62
R. 116
rep. 1957 No. 14

ad. 1981 No. 173
R. 116A
ad. 2001 No. 223
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
R. 127
am. 2001 No. 83
Heading to r. 128
rep. 1981 No. 173
R. 128
am. 2001 No. 83
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
R. 131
ad. 1947 No. 26

rs. 1962 No. 110

rep. 2001 No. 83
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

rep. 2001 No. 83
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
Heading to Form 1
rs. 2001 No. 83
Form 1
1926 No. 206

rs. 1962 No. 110

am. 1981 No. 173; 2001 No. 83
Form 2
1926 No. 206

rep. 1962 No. 110

ad. 1981 No. 173

am. 2001 No. 83
Form 3
1926 No. 206

rs. 1940 No. 281

am. 2001 No. 83
Form 4
1926 No. 206

am. 2001 No. 83
Form 5
1926 No. 206

rs. 1940 No. 281

am. 2001 No. 83
Form 6
1926 No. 206

am. 2001 No. 83
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

am. 2001 No. 83
Form 14
1926 No. 206

am. 2001 No. 83
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
Form 21
am. 2001 No. 83
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