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Thursday, 22 October 1931

Mr GABB (Angas) .- What will l>e the proof that a man produced grapes for use in the manufacture of wine? Will it be their ultimate use for wine making? If a dealer buys grapes from a grower and sells them to a wine-maker will the grower be fined for not registering?

Mr Crouch - Does the producing of grapes means the growing of grapes?

Mr Forde - Yes.

Mr Crouch - Why not use the word " grow " instead of " produce " ?

Mr GABB - I assume that the purpose of registering a grower is to ensure that he will submit to the department a return of the grapes he sells, so that wine-makers' returns of grapes purchased may be checked. A maximum penalty of £10 for an offence against this clause would be sufficient. I therefore move -

That the word " twenty " be omitted with a view to insert in lieu thereof the word "ten".

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