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Friday, 13 July 1906


Mr HIGGINS (Northern Melbourne) . - I should like to know if the AttorneyGeneral thinks that under the clause as it stands a prohibition applying to the goods introduced by one importer would extend to all similar goods of the same manufacturer, irrespective of the conditions under which they were imported and sold. It seems to me that under paragraph a the determination of the Justice would have the effect df a proclamation under the Customs Act 1901, and would apply to all goods of a certain class. I find, on looking at the interpretation clause, that imported goods include all goods of certain classes, or all parts or ingredients thereof.







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