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COAL BXPORTBRS AND OBNERAL mBRCHANT5.

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10 MIRGHUT8, MANUF10TURER8, AND SHIPPERS WHOSE ADYRRXUUUUflU
IH THl <« BOARD OF TRADE JOmMlL^'-coiUimmed.



Yif«tabU Coloin- '^

BulL W. Jm * Co^ Ltd;,
AtfL aioye, Hackney, N.B.

CtonfeotioneTs' Vegetable
.Oolom and Fndt Baeenoee
O0.9 Ltd., The, London.
jN*a« ••• ••• ••• ••• •••

Sterenaon k Howell, Ltd.,
96a, Sonthwark Stnel,
London, 8.B* ••• ••• •••



YeitUatoni-

Howoith, Jamea, k Oq^
Famworth, near Bolton ...



Waekert-

Fteiam, Herbert W., Ltd.,
Floodgate -etreet Workt,
Bii *



Waleh and Cloek Manilketvera-

Dent, M. F., ft Co. (to the
Queen), 88 k 84, Oookapnr-
■tieet, London ... • 6



Waterproof ■anaftetutrt-

Harbmg k Tienna Indla-
nibbv Ck)., London, 1.0m.



Water Tape—

Falatino Ingineeiing
Ltd., Liyerpooi



0^^



Weet Indian Hardwood Lnportert—

Hairlaon, A., Ltd., Bimroee-
road, Bootle, LiTsrpool ...



White Lead Wa a ifh et ar e r f

Wilkinion, Haywood Ic Clark,
Ltd., London, B



Wine and Spirit Merchaati— 'aab

Chaplin, W. H^ ft Co, Ltd.,
London, W.C ...

Crawford, Daniel, ft Son,
Ltd., Glasgow

Dailnaine-Talisker DistU-
leriee, Ltd., Head Offioee,
60, Wellington-itreet, Qlaa-
gow (Whisky from solely
pnre Malt) ••• ... .•• ••. 9

DietillefeCo.,Ltd. (The Bdin-
bnrgh "D.CX.^ Whisky
and Gin) •• ...

Morgan ft Co., Hamburg ...



Wire Brash Makere—

Whyte, J. ft B., 68, Pamie
Stroet, Glasgow



WlreCloth-

Whyte, J. ft B., 68, Pamie
Street, Glasgow C

Wire Manifhetirert-

Cradook, G., ft Co., Wake-

n em ... ..• .•• .. ...

Dojmid Bros.. Birmingham
CBraas and Copper).- ... 24

Gneit, Keen ft Vettlef olds,
Lt(L, Birmingham (Wire
Naib, Bods, Bars, Hoops,

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Winohester-straet, London,
B.C.



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Wire Work-

Whyte, J. ft B^ 68,
Street, Glasgow — I



WoodBloek

Gardner, Joee^ ft
Bootle, LiTo^pool

Owen, J^ ft Sous, IM
Stanley MUla, Liferpo^



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Wood

Flaok, Henry,

Jackson, T. 8^ It Boos, Got
Whaif , Malt Street <M
Kent Boad, Lcodon, SX

Wool Importer*—

Hall, John, ft 8oa^ Um\
pool ^, ^ ^ ^ ^



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Thoa, ft



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Bradford



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Cloths iir]

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ton, Glasgow .^. .4 —



STRONGEST MALLEABLE BRONZEa

Yellow Metal, Brass, Dick's Extrud ed Metals, etc

DELTA METAL CO^ LD.p \DELTAJ«ETi

East Grtenwlch, London, 8,L



ADMIRALTY.

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(Aa4 at IIMIINOIUM.) RESISTS CORROSIOM. OwMiMMniik






'VULCAN, BIRMINOHAM."



DUGARD BROS.,

MANUFACTURIRS OF ALL KINDS OF



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. 21, 1907.] THB BOARD 09 TRADl JOUBHAL—^ili^iiemanif. zzy



Guest, KeenJettlefolds,



BIRMINGHAM,

MANUFACTURERS OF

The VatMit Pointed Woodiorewi, OoMh Senws, Store,
■adhine* end Bet Berewa. OelTaniied Booflng Screws, Bolts
end Nuts. Bivets, Ohisel, end PenoU-Pointed Neils. Carriage
Bolte end Nnts. Tyre, Sleii^ end Store Bolts end Nuts. Tyre
Neila, Biyets, end Burrs. Oete Hooks end Byea. Screw Bings,
Sorew Hooks, end Screw Byes of ell kinds. Het end Coet
Books, Cotter Pina. BiTCta of all deaoriptiona. COnnterannk
Gloat Vaila, Tram Cpikaa, Copper Bella, Biveta, te.

AUSO OF

IroB and Steal Wire, Oval and Bonnd Wire Bells, Boot
Biyeta, Pend Pina end Steplsa of all descripti<ma;

AND AT THEIR

STEEL WORKS, NEWPORT, MON.,

Wire Boda, Bonnd, Square, flat, Helf-Bound, Oval, end
Half-Oval Bars end Bods in mid Steel.

Steti Hoops of ell descriptions for Baling end other



FURTHER PARTICULARS AND TERMS CAN
OBTAINED THROUGH THE MERCHANTS.



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THE BOABD OT TRADE JOURNAL.— J^MriiMmeiief. {mn^.^Utf.



W. S. HODGKINSON & CO;,

HAND-MADE PAPER MAKERS,

MILL NO. 366.

ACCOUNT BOOK, WRITING, DRAWING, LOAN,
BANK -NOTE AND PRiNTJNG PAP ERS,

Extra SupeiUno Quality, Watermark "HODCklHSON k Ca."
Superfine Qualltir, Watermark' • • • "R. BarnanL"
Fine Quality, Watermark - - - -^W. S. N. A Ceb**



To *• hati of all 9tatlonorm, and Whol—ml» of th»

WOOKEY HOLE MILLS,



A NO



3, QUEENHITHE, LONDON, E.a

TcLCttRAFHtc AoDRcaa *' PAPER, WELtl, SOMCRSTr."



mm



JOHN DICKINSON & CO.,

Paper Makers and Wholesale Stati
65, OLD BAILEY^ LONDOI

MAMUfACTUEEBS Of THS \CCC\

Celebrated r\VWVI

LION BRAND ,^

PRINTINGS, LieHTHWDLiifi

Writing; Bank; '"*"1!!S!!i.

Card « Paste Boards, a-t/Sts

ENVELOPES. LION BRAND. ,u>«Digini

■ BegistBfed Trade Mtrk, -

MILLS :— CROXLEY, AP8LEY, NASH & HOME PARK, HER

BRANCHES— HAHCHESTEB, BIBKIS&HAM, BRISTOL, aLASOOW, BXLFA8T, CA
M ADBAS, BANGOOtf , NEW TORE, CAPE TOWE, J0HAEEE8BUEG, STBEBT, \

Telcfraphic Address-" COMMILES, LONDON." Telephone-iaii M^pooolp
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tnrA^^rMyt ENGINEERING Co., Ltd.

Inoorporafa with PONTIFEX A WOOD, LTD.,

UNION F0UNDRY,D£RfiY,&176to177,SalisbnryHoiise,Lond(Hif iHKC



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SUPPLEMENT



TO THE



KoatH of IRval^t ^onvnah



NOVEMBER 21st, 1907.



NEW CUSTOMS TARIFF OF THE
DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND.



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XoT. 21, 1907.] SUPPLEMENt^TO TBCB 3^.\3Etl> OF-l'RADE JOURNAL.



DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND.

With reference to the Supplement to the '* Board of Trade
Journal " for 26th September last, giving the

'^^'^Y^Te^t^''' ^^"^ "^^"^'^ proposals of the Dominion of New
Zealand, the Board of Trade have now received,
through the Colonial Office, a copy of the •' Tariff Act, 1907 ''
(No. 15 of 1907), which was assented to on 2Sth September last.

The Act, so far as relates to the raleg of duty,, came into forqe
on I7th July, 1907 (see Sec. 9), and makes rarions amendments in
the proposals originally submitted to Parliament.

In some cases the proposed rates of duty have been reduced (e.g.,
confectionery, cartridge cases, flaked maize, and raw cotton), whilst
various dutiable articles have been added to the free list (notably
cocoanut butter, all surgical instruments, dextrine, magic lantern
slides, certain electrical materials, galvanizing baths, and gas and
water meters).

Preferential treatment is now granted to certain mining
machinery, electrical machinery, motor engines for bicycles,
cast-iron pipes, butter and cheese cloth and cotton cloth
for meat wraps, but, on the other hand, the preference previously
proposed to be accorded various articles has been removed — the
most important of which are aerated waters, watches, flour milling,
oil refining and boring machinery, motor vehicles, pneumatic tyres,
sewing machines, certain classes of paper, artificers' tools, and
some food stnfis.

The abolition or reduction of the duty on certain textile piece-
goods has been deferred from Slst October to 81st December,
1907, whilst the free importation of cream of tartar, paper-
hangings, and window and plate glass, has also been deferred to
the latter date.

The following is the complete text of the new Tariflf Act, the
rates of duty previously in force under the old Tarifi* Acts a^s)
being given in the Schedules for the purposes of comparison : —



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SUPPLEMENT TO THE BOABD OF TRADE JOURNAL.



[Nov. «. MW.



DOMINION OP NEW ZRAUAHI>-cantmued.



NEW ZEALAND TAEIFF ACT, 1907.



ANALYSIS.



title.

1. Short Title.

2. Interpretation.

PART I.

DVTJfiB or CUBTOMS AND EXOISE.

8. ExistiDg duties and exemptions re-
pealedi and new duties imposed.

4. Exemptions from duties of goods in

•Schedule B.

5. Special duties on goods in Schedules

C, D and E if not the produce or
'manufacture of some part of British-
dominions.

6. Certificate to be produced to Ck)l-

'leotor that goods acre the produce or
manufacture of some part of British
Dominions. Forfeiture of goods on
false invoice. 9lc. Onus of proof on

. importer. Regulations* Repeal.

7. Act not to affect duties as fixed in

tpnrsQimce of treaty with South
African colonies.

8. Articles which may be manufactured

ill manufacturing warehouse. Scale
of duties on such articles. Minister
' may revoke appointment of manu-
facturiug warehouse. BepeaL

9. Commencement of Act.

10. Schedules and notes thereto deemed

part of Act.

11. Certain resolutions of House of Repre-

sentatives deemed to have had force
of law.

12. No additional duty because of subse-

quent alteration. Refund of duty
. in excess in certain cases.

13. Provisions where contract for sale of

goods made before 17th July, 1907.

1 4. Act not to apply to Cook Islands until

80 determined by Order in CounciL

15. Goods delivered on security subject to

duties in force at time of delivery.

16. Printing-paper exempt in certain

^ases.



PART II.
Miscellaneous.

1 7. Governor may determine daty to fee
paid when article imported is sub-
stitute for other article. , RepeaL

IB. Duty payable when separate articles
. are imported in mechanical combi-
nation.

1 9. Duty on trade samples, &c., may oe

calculated upon actual quantity or
' weight thereof.

20. Certain articles may be analysed ^or

purpose of ascertaining duty, and
fee for analysis paid by importer.

21. Duty on sroods re-imported into New

Z^land and not the produce or
manufacture of Njbw Zealand. ' Duty
when re-imported goods are produce
or manufflcture of New Zealmd.
Repeal.

22. Medicinal preparations may be other-

wise classified by Minister in certain
cases.

23. Minister to decide dif>putes as to in-

terpretation of Tariff.

24. Section 24 of Customs Laws Consoli-

dation Act, 1882, amended.

25. Refund of part of fee if bonded

warehouse, &c., destroyed*

26. Duty on printed matter to be pi^id

beifore delivery. By whom such
duty payable. Notice by Post-
master. Minister may dispose of
such printed matter if duty mot
paid within six months.

27. Definition of " importer " extended.

28. How value computed of goods liable

to ad valorem duty.

29. Declaration by agent when making

entry.

30. Provisions as to goods delivered under

contract of sale.

31. Act to be incorporated with Customs

Acts.

32. Repeals.

Schedules. t



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Not, 21,- 1W7,3 SUPPLEMEKT TO THE BOARD OF T11AI>E JOURNAL.



DOMINION OP NEW ZBALkHU-eontmued,-'

1907. No. 15. : . \

An Act to impose Duties of Customs and Excise ai*d Tiu«.
to amend the Law relating thereto.

[2bth Sepember, 1907. '

BE IT ENACTED by the General Assembly k .
New Zealand in Parliament assembled, and by the
authority of the same, as follows: —

1. This Act may be cited as the Tariff Act, 1907. ^»^^™*-

2. In this Act the term " Tariff " means the interpretation.
Schedules to this Act setting forth duties of Custoihs '

and exemptions from duties of Customs.

PART I. \

Duties of Customs and Excise. >

3. All duties of Customs, and all exemptions frotn Existing duties and
such duties, as specified in the Schedules to the aJZWdSS^^*
Customs and Excise Duties Act, 1889, the Customs 'rapo**^-

and Excise Duties Act, 1895, the Customs Duties
Amendment Act, 1900,^ and the Preferential and
Reciprocal Trade Act, 1903, and also all duties
imposed by the Governor under section seventeen of
the Customs and Excise Duties Act, 1888, are hereby ;
repealed, and there shall be levied, collected, and
paid to the use of His Majesty on all goods imported
into New Zealand or entered for home consumption
after the coming into operation of this Act the
several duties of Customs mentioned in Schedules
A and B to this Act.

4. Th6 goods mentioned in Schedule B hereto KxAnptiona from-
shall, except as otherwise provided for in th^t ^^raVteB^'*''
Schedule or in Schedule E,* be exempt from duties

of Custonis if imported into New Zealand or entered
for home consumption after the coming into opera-
tion of this Act. /

5. There shall be levied, collected, and paid to tte fJ^lii^srfSdSte.
use of His Majesty on all goods specified, in o, d, and b if not
Schedules C, D, and E hereto,* and not being tlje roan^Jftj5S"of
produce or manufacture of somej part of the Brilji§Lh SimSlJs?' ^'*^****
Dominions, if imported into New Zealand or enterejcl

for home consumption after the respective dates
hereinafter specified in this section, in addition to
the duties (if any) authorised under Schedules A ^
and B hereto, the duties of Customs following, that
is to say: — .\

* The additional duties provided for in Schedules ^1, D and E hale been incorporated
in the rates of dutj shown under Schedules A anc^B.



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SUPPLEMENT TO THE BOARD OF THADE JOtTRNAL. P^o^' 21, IWl.



DOMINION OP NEW ZRAUAHU-eontinu^d.

(a.) On the articles specified in Schedule C,* if
80 imported or entered after the comio}?
into operation of this Act, an amount equal
to the amount payable on these articles
under Schedule A:

(6.) On the articles specified in Schedule D,
Part I,* if so imported or entered after the
coming into operation of this Act, an
amount equal to one-half of the amount
payable on these articles under Schedule A :

(c.) On the articles specified in Schedule D,
Part II,* if so imported or entered after
the thirty-first day of March, nineteen
hundred and eight, an amount equal to
one-half of the amount payable on these
articles under Schedule A :

(d.) On the articles specified in Schedule D,
Part III,* if so imported or entered after the
thirty-first day of March, nineteen hun-
dred and eight, an amoui^ equal to twenty
per centum of the amount payable on these
articles under Schedule A:

{e.) On the articles specified in Schedule E,
Part I,* if so imported or entered after the
eoming into operation of this Act, duties
of Customs equal to twenty per centum of
the value for duty as defined by the Cus-
toms Laws Consolidation Act, 1882, or its
amendments :

(/) On the articles specified in Schedule E,
Part II,* if so imported or entered after the
thirty-first day of March, nineteen hundred
and eight, duties of Customs equal to
twenty per centum of the value for duty as
defined by the Customs Laws Consolidation
Act, 1882, or its amendments :

(jl) On the alrticles specified in Schedule E,
Part III,* if so imported or entered after the
thirty-first day of March, nineteen hundred
and eight, duties of Customs equal to tpn
per centum of the value for duty as defined
by the Customs Laws Consolidation Act,
1882, or its amendments :
(h) On the articles specified in Sjchedule E,
Part IV,* if so imported or entered after the
coming into operation of this Act, duties of
Customs specified in the said Part of the
said Schedule.

^The additional dnties proyided for in Schedales G, D and B hare been incorpoiated
in the rates of dntj shown under Schedules A and B.



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N«Y. 24, 1907.] SUPPLEMENT TO THE BOARD ^T TRADE JOUKXAL.

DOMINION OP NEW ZRAliAHD-continiie£

6. (1.) With regard to all articles mentioned inj^^^*®^^^
Schedule C, D, or E hereto,* the full duty shall te c^w«ctor^atgood»
levied, collected, and paid as if they were not the mLuftiJfcuwS**

froduce or manufacture of any part of the British S^^^^' ^^
)ominions, unless there is produced to the Collector
an invoice of the goods having written or printed
thereon a certificate signed by the sender or con-
signor, in such form as may be prescribed by the
Minister of Customs, stating that the articles are
bona fide the produce or manufacture of some part of
the British Dominions named in the ieertificate. No
such invoice shall relate to any goods other than
those to which the certificate refers.

(2.) On the importation of any articles mentioned
in Schedule C, D, or E hereto,* the importer or his
agent, in addition to the particulars required to b^^
given on the entry of dutiable goods, shall state,
to the best of his knowledge, information, and belief,
the country of which such articles are the produce
or nmnufacture, and shall satisfy the Collector, by
declaration or otherwise, of the truth of such state-
ment.

(3.) If the Collector has reason to believe that any Forfeiture of good*
such articles are not the produce or manufacture ^f <*»^ '^^ ^^«^» *«•
the country mentioned in such invoice, certificate,
or statement, he may detain them for examination ;
and if after due inquiry he is satisfied that such
invoice, certificate, or statement is false, the articles
shall be forfeited and dealt with ad directed by the
Customs Laws Consolidation Act, 1882, in the case
of forfeited goods.

(4.) Every importer, or agent of an importer, who
produces any such invoice or certificate, or makes
any such statement, knowing the same to be false in
any particular is liable to a penalty not exceeding
one hundred pounds, or, at the option of the Minister
of Customs, to a penalty t)f treble the value of the
goods specified in such invoice.

(5.) In any proceedings under this Act the onus onus of proof oa
of proof that any goods are the produce or manufac- ^
ture of some part of the British Dcwninions shall be
on the importer.

(6.) In the case of parcels sent by post or through
a forwarding agency, the Collector may dispense
with the certificate required by this section, if evi-
dence satisfactory to him is produced that the goods



• The additional duties provided for in Scheiules 0, D and B have been incorporated
in the rates of duty shown under Schedules A and B.



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SUPPLEMENT TO THE BOAKD OF TRADE JOURNAL.. [No?. 21, 1907.

I^OMINION OF NEW ZBAUiVLD-e^nUMu^,

^re .the produce or manufacture of the British
>'.. ' Pc^minions. .

Regliuti6;is. : (7.) The Govemor may from time to. time, by

. . - 'Order in Council ^a^etted, make regulations for
carryia^ . into effect the provisions of this section,
and mav impoi^e penalties for the breach of any
sucb regulation not exceedincr one hundred pounds,
and ip" particular may prescribe the classes of goods
which shall be deemed, for the purposes of this Act,
tb> be the produce or manufacture of the British*
Dbminions or of any specified country.

^p^' * (8.) Sections two to eleven of the Preferential and

Jlepiprocal Trade Act, 1903, are hereby repealed.!

Act not to a^; »• 7. K"oihing in this Act shall be so construed, ox*
p^?<uce of t^ty shall: so Operate as to conflict with the schedule of
^tonS!***^^'"*^ Cuistbmfi duties and exemptions contained in the
Order in Council made by the Govemor on the
seventh, day of January, nineteen hundred and seven,
foi* thepifcrpose of carry inff into effect a certain treaty,
therein. referred to, and made between the Govern-
ment of New Zealand and the Governments of cer-
tain colonies in South Africa:
•' ' . • ' * ■ .,*

^ 'JPtovjAed that, notwithstanding anything in the
said ^chedtile, no higher duty shall be levied on an/
g6(id6 the produce or manufacture of the said colonies
tni^n that which would be levied under this Act on
the sa^c goods if they were the produce or manu-
facture of some other part of the British Dominions.

8. (1.) The articles in which spirit is a necessarv
ingredient, permitted to be manufactured in a^y
♦warehouse or place of security approved and
{appointed under section twenty-six of the Customs
I^diWs Consolidation Act, 1882 (hereinafter called a
•maimlacturing warehouse), shall be limited to the
loUct^ing articles when nmde under such conditions,
in such quantities, and according to such formulae
as inav from time to time be approved by the
Minister of Customs, that is to say : Perfumed spirit,
spirituous preparations for the toilet, culinary or
flavouring essences, and medicinal preparations
(excepting medicated wine or wine mixed with food).



Articlcis which may
bo manufactured in
manufacturiog
warehou%.



Scale of duties on
Huch artidcn.



' (2.) Before delivery froln any manufacturing
'Warehouse there shall be paid to and for the use of



t The effect of this repealiof? clause is to only retain the provisions relating to *^ Reciprocal

^ Trade " agreemebt^ with British Dominions and Foreign Conntries. T^e prt* ferentml

provisions of thcAct 6f II 03 arje, with certain tmeudmenhF,' incorporate 1 in this Act.



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^OT. 21, IWr.) ^STTTUTMIErXT TO THK WOABD OF -htADl?: TOXTBCurAlJ.

DOMINION OP NEW XEALAND-^rwtf***^.

ff& "Majesty a duty on such article in aoobrdaice

with the following scale, that is to say: — : ^

On pepfumed spirit ... ... 208j the liquid gal-

Gri toilet preparations which
are subject to Ids. the liquid
gallon on importation ... 1 2s. the liquid. gal.

. On toilet preparations which , . . '

are subject to 25 per centum. , t

duty on importation .... Gs. the liquid gal.

On culinary and flavouring

essences ... ... ... 128. the liquid gal.

On medicinal preparations (ex-
cepting medicatfd wine or . !
wine mixed with food) con-
taining more than 50 per
centum of proof spirit .., 9d. the pound.

Medicinal preparations (except-
ing medicated wine or wine
mixed with food) containing . '

50 per centum of proof spirit
or less ... ... ... Fi'ee.

(3.) The Minister of Customs may prohibit the.
manufacture of any article included under the 'fore-
going headings, if in his judgment such manufac-
ture is detrimental to the revenue derived from the
duty an spirits, ,

(4.) If at anv time the Collector is satisfied that ^^l^^^,.
any article made in a manufacturing warehouse has; <>' manufecturing
not been prepared strictly in accordance with thiej ^^^ °'**'
formula approved by the Minister of Custom^s,' 6t
that any article the manufacture of which has b^en
prohibited by the said ilinister under the authority
of this section has been made in a manufacturing
warehouse, the said Minister may by writing under
his hand revoke the appointment of the warfehoiise
in which such article has been so prepared or made. .

(5.) For the period of two years after such Devoqa-
tion no person who was in occupation of such ware-^
house at the time of the revocation shall be com-
petent to make application for the reappointment
of that warehouse, or for the appointment of any
other warehouse, and if he become, the occupier of
any manufacturing warehouse the Minister of •
Customs may revoke the appointment thereof.



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SUPPLEMENT TO THE BOABD OF TRADE JOURNAL,



[Not. 21, 1907.



Commsncement of
Act.



Schedules and
Qotea thereto
deemed part of Act.



Certain resolutions
of House of Bepre-
sentatiTes deemed
to haye had force of
law.



DOMINION OP NEW ZBAUAHU-i^'UinMed.

Repeal. (6.) Sectioiis niiiQ and eleven of the Customs and

Excise Duties Act, 1895, are hereby repealed.J

9. (1.) This Act snail be deemed to have come
into (^eration on the seventeenth day of July, nine-
teen hundred and seven, and to have been in opera-
tion since the commencement of that day.

(2.) Notwithstanding the last preceding sub-
section, sections seventeen to thirty of this Act shall
be deemed to have come into operation on the
passing of this Act, and not at any earlier date.

10. The several Schedules to this Act, together
with the notes to such Schedules, shall be deemed
to be part of this Act in the same manner as if
they had been contained in the body thereof.

11. (1.) Notwithstanding anything hereinbefore
contained, every resolution of the House of Repre-
sentatives passed on or after the sixteenth day of
July, nineteen hundred and seven, and before the
passing of this Act, purporting to impose any duties
of Customs or excise, or to create any exemptions
from such duties, shall be deemed to have taken
effect and to have had the force of law according
to the tenor of such resolution, and to have so con-
tinued until the passing of this Act, or until altered
or revoked before the passing of this Act by a reso-
lution of the House of Representative?.

(2.) Every such resolution as Is mentioned in the
last preceding subsection shall be deemed to be re-



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