Revocation of Marketing Regulations and Orders

1968/125

Revocation of Marketing Regulations and Orders


Note

These regulations are administered in the Department of Agriculture.


PURSUANT to the Agriculture (Emergency Powers) Act 1934 and the Marketing Act 1936, His Excellency the Governor-General, acting by and with the advice and consent of the Executive Council, hereby revokes the regulations and orders specified in the Schedule hereto.


Schedule
Regulations and orders revoked

TitleSerial Number
The Dairy-produce (Special Milk Products) Regulations 19381938/82
The Cool-stored Butter Regulations 19381938/150
The Cool-stored Butter Regulations 1938, Amendment No 11943/167
The Dairy-produce Export Prices Order 19391939/208
The Dairy-produce Export Prices Order 1939, Amendment No 11943/27
The Department of Agriculture (Extension of Powers) Order 19391939/249
The Department of Agriculture (Extension of Powers) Order 1939, Amendment No 41942/48
The Department of Agriculture (Extension of Powers) Order 1939, Amendment No 51948/180
The Meat Marketing Order 19421942/165
The Meat Marketing Order 1942, Amendment No 11943/55
The Meat Marketing Order 1942, Amendment No 41946/123
The Meat Marketing Order 1942, Amendment No 51947/102
The Meat Marketing Order 1942, Amendment No 91952/178
The Meat Marketing Order 1942, Amendment No 101953/29
The Meat Marketing Order 1942, Amendment No 111954/90
The Meat Marketing Order 1942, Amendment No 121954/191
The Purchase of Tallow Order 19401940/80
The Purchase of Tallow Order 1940, Amendment No 51952/61
The Purchase of Tallow Order 1940, Amendment No 61952/106
The Purchase of Scheelite Order 19441944/149
The Purchase of Scheelite Order 1944, Amendment No 11945/94

P. J. BROOKS,

Clerk of the Executive Council.


Explanatory note

This note is not part of the revocation, but is intended to indicate its general effect.

This instrument revokes certain marketing regulations and orders now no longer necessary.


Issued under the authority of the Regulations Act 1936.

Date of notification in Gazette: 18 July 1968.